Former Libyan premier, Ali Zeidan. The Libyan parliament has ousted Prime Minister Ali Zeidan, after military forces failed to prevent the escape of a North Korea-flagged tanker laden with crude oil.
Meteorologist Jeff Tilly recently did an interview with CBS News explaining how his cloud seeding rain generator would be equipped on drones by the end of 2014 Tilly maintains his invention will eliminate some of the current drought issues farmers have been experiencing in recent months.
Jordanian lawyers protest outside the Justice Ministry on March 12, 2014. Jordan says Israel was fully responsible for the fatal shooting of a Palestinian-Jordanian judge at the country’s border crossing with the occupied West Bank.
Washington’s decision to provide financial aid to the coup-appointed government of Ukraine goes against the US laws, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said, urging American politicians to think about the consequences of supporting the radicals in Kiev.
A stunning Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) report circulating in the Kremlin today says the President Putin’s outright rejection of a US proposal to resolve the dispute over Ukraine that had been put forward by Secretary of State John Kerry was due to the Russian leaders “fury” over a secret report given to Moscow this past weekend by Saudi Arabia which effectively branded the Obama regime as a “terrorist organization.” According to this report, Putin requested from Saudi Arabia their complete classified file explaining their reason(s) for last week labeling the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization in a move that increases pressure on Qatar whose backing for this group has sparked a row with its fellow Gulf monarchies.
NASA’s latest test vehicle may not survive in its current form going forward, but its ability to hover like a helicopter and land on tough terrain could prove integral to future missions to Mars and other interplanetary locations.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has said that it will deploy Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) reconnaissance planes in Poland and Romania to monitor the spiraling crisis in Ukraine.
Former Senior Counselor at the World Bank Karen Hudes has spent the last several years of her life working closely with whistle blowers from around the world to shed light on what she calls a “global conspiracy.” While working for the World Bank as a member of their legal team Hudes uncovered so much corruption that she could no longer keep quiet.
Russian Ambassador to the United Nations Vitaly Churkin has called on the UN Security Council to launch an investigation into all events that led to the “forcible change of power” in Ukraine.
Artists impression of gas cloud G2 falling onto Sag A* As gas cloud G2 speeds towards Sagittarius A*, a supermassive black hole at our galaxy’s center, astronomers are getting ready to have some of their questions answered.
Russia has defended a decision by Ukraine’s Crimean authorities to hold a referendum as the standoff between Moscow and the West over the crisis-hit Eastern European country continues.
National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden answered questions before the European Parliament on Friday, saying that the United States spy agency pressures its allies to take steps towards further enabling widespread and indiscriminate surveillance.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt admitted on Friday that government attacks from China and the US forced his company to enhance security protocols.
Russia’s envoy to NATO has criticized the Western military alliance after it announced a full review of cooperation with Moscow over the Ukraine crisis.
Bill Nye, in his debate with Ken Ham, alleged that science does not support belief in creation. Nye is wrong.
F-16 jets from the US Air Force fly at the Krzesiny airport near Poznan, western Poland. The United States has beefed up its military presence in Europe amid tensions in the region over the current crisis in Ukraine.
A participant in a rally in support of Ukraine’s integration with the EU, on Kiev’s Independence Square.
Participants in the “We Are Together” rally and concert to support the residents of the Crimea, at Vasilyevsky Slope, Moscow on March 7, 2014.
A group of eleven politicians and academics who traveled in December 2013 to Syria as part of an Australian delegation team are back on home turf to raise awareness about the real events that are unfolding in Syria since the unrest began in 2011.
As yet another testament to the West’s rapid slide into decadence, the House of Commons recently voted to approve a bill legalizing same-sex marriage in Britain.