Media Narrative: Witnessing Boston’s Mass Casualty Event By James F. Tracy

2 April 2014 — Global Research

bostonmanhunt4In recent developments, US Attorney General Eric Holder has announced that federal authorities will “seek the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev if he is found guilty of the Boston Marathon bombing last April.”

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Street Violence and the Political Destabilization of Venezuela. US Sponsored “Color Revolution” By Franck Gaudichaud

2 April 2014 —

an interview with Franck Gaudichaud

chavez3Venezuela is torn between the destabilising attempts of the right-wing, the limits of the Bolivarian process and the possibility the working class and the popular movements will advance the revolutionary project, but not without tensions and contradictions.

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CIA’s lies on Libya: Benghazi protest never happened

2 April 2014 — Voice of

A CIA Libya Station Chief has admitted that the government agency has lied about Libya, as the Benghazi protest never took place. Before the Benghazi news buzzed around the world, the station chief for the CIA reported to his superiors located in Washington that no type of spontaneous protest ever happened.

The Boston Bombing Web of Lies: Selected Articles By Julie Lévesque

2 April 2014 — Global Research

In recent developments,  United States Attorney General Eric Holder has announced that “federal authorities will seek the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev if he is found guilty of the Boston Marathon bombing last April.” Below is a GR’s Julie Levesque’s analysis and selection of GR articles published in the immediate wake of the April 2013 bombings

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VTJP Occupied Palestine and Israel: News and Articles 1 April 2014: What the bones remember: Israeli doctors talk torture

1 April 2014 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

Kerry Leaves Middle East Without Meeting Abbas
IMEMC – [Tuesday, April 1, 2014] Unites States Secretary of State, John Kerry, left the Middle East following his meeting with Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, but did not meet President Mahmoud Abbas. …
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Paradoxes of Georgian-Abkhazian Relations, Self-Determination, Ukraine By Henry Kamen

2 April 2014 — New Eastern Outlook

34535“If tomorrow Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Georgia want to be together again, no matter what form of living together they choose, the Russian Federation will not interfere in this process.”-  Vitali Naumkin – professor, the head of the Institute of Oriental Studies RAS.

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Media Lens: The Neverending ‘Wakeup Call’ By David Cromwell and David Edwards

2 April 2014 — Media Lens

The new report by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is clear that the impacts of climate change are likely to be ‘severe, pervasive and irreversible’. Impacts include droughts, floods, heat waves, endangered species, crop failure, food insecurity, famine and even war.

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