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UKIP: Strip Islamic State militants of their British citizenship

Britain’s right-wing party UKIP have formally called for the British government to block the return of UK nationals who left British shores to fight alongside Islamic State militants in the Middle East.

EU blames Russia for violating Ukraine border

The European Union has blamed Moscow for the “clear violation” of Ukraine’s border after a Russian aid convoy crossed into the Ukrainian territory.

Black cop kills unarmed innocent white man, media hides it

A Salt Lake City police officer shot and killed 20-year-old Dillon Taylor outside a convenience store Aug.

Islamic State terrorists already on US soil – Texas Governor

Texas Governor Rick Perry has raised the alarm that terrorists from the ISIL Takfiri group and other extremist militants may have already entered the US soil via the Mexican border.

Russian convoy enters Ukraine without Kiev’s permission

Several dozen trucks in the Russian humanitarian convoy have crossed the Ukrainian border and started moving in the direction of Lugansk, after Moscow ordered the convoy to proceed, without waiting for further permission from Kiev.

China halts GMO production

In a surprise U-turn, China’s Ministry of Agriculture has decided not to continue with a program which developed genetically-modified rice and corn.

Over 400,000 flee homes in east Ukraine

Ukrainian people sit inside a makeshift shelter in the town of Makiyivka on August 19, 2014. The UN refugee agency says over 400,000 people have fled their homes due to the fighting in eastern Ukraine.

US Congressman stonewalled by the CDC

As I get ready to post this article, I have a reply to a request I made to Florida Congressman Bill Posey.

Australian students rally against education budget cuts

Hundreds of Australian students and union members have held nationwide protests against the government’s proposed plans to cut higher education budget.

Clashes erupt in Liberia as government instates Ebola quarantine

Liberian security forces stand in front of protesters after clashes at West Point neighbourhood in Monrovia August 20, 2014.

Russian Government Approves Fines for Improper GMO Labeling

The Russian cabinet has approved the bill introducing heavy fines for businessmen who violate the rules on obligatory marking of foodstuffs containing genetically-modified products.

Israeli citizens hold key US government positions

Many top US officials hold Israeli citizenship. Press TV has learned that a long list of senior US government officials and legislators hold dual US-Israeli citizenship, proving Tel Aviv’s powerful influence over Washington’s decision-making process.

America loses and denounces itself in an anti-Russian frenzy

Washington dictates to its citizens, how to treat Russia. US officials want business and culture figures not to stand out from the political course of the United States.

34 civilians and 9 soldiers killed in new East Ukraine clashes

At least 34 civilians have been killed in clashes between the Ukrainian army troops and pro-Russia forces in the country’s restive eastern Donetsk Province over the past 24 hours, local officials say.

​Australia becomes first developed country to abolish carbon tax

The Australian Senate has voted to scrap the controversial two-year old carbon emission tax, signaling a major victory for Prime Minister Tony Abbott.

Completion of Australia’s largest solar plant at risk

Mildura Solar Power Station Silex Systems, the company constructing Australia’s biggest solar plant, has suspended its funding following reports the national Renewable Energy Target (RET) could be scaled back or done away with altogether.

US threatens Russia with military action over Ukraine

US Air Force Gen. Philip Breedlove has threatened Russia with military response should Moscow secretly send forces with or without military uniform into Ukraine.

Morning After Pills Affects Eyesight

More than half of teens use the morning-after pill indiscriminately. The habit can increase the risk of glaucoma and other serious eye diseases, an expert warns.

Ebola death toll rises to 1229 in West Africa

The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that the number of deaths from the Ebola outbreak in four West African nations has climbed to 1,229.

Red Cross takes over Russia’s humanitarian aid for Ukraine

Russian humanitarian aid trucks will cross the Ukrainian border in small batches of several dozen vehicles and only after a thorough examination by border guards, Kiev says, following an official acknowledgment of 280 trucks carrying crisis-relief cargo.