Thousands took to streets across the world’s cities on Saturday to protest the use of GMO products, with Giant Monsanto being the main target.
Strong winds and heavy rains pounded India’s eastern coastline Saturday, as hundreds of thousands of people took shelter from a massive, powerful cyclone that was expected to reach land in a few hours.
Prime Minister Medvedev told ministers the government needs to check the money Russians channel to private pension funds is safe. To do this, it will seize $7.6 billion from non-state pension funds and put them into the state pension fund.
Ecuador has seized 42.9 tonnes of illicit drugs so far this year, including 37 tonnes of cocaine, National Anti-Narcotics Directorate head Gen. Juan Barragan said Wednesday.
Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan appealed for calm Thursday in his first public comments since he was freed after being abducted by militia gunmen for several hours.
Jacob Hornberger (Founder and president of The Future of Freedom Foundation) on shutting down the National Security State - Carla Gericke (FSP) on Chris Cantwell, and the BEARCAT - Max Kane (FarmMatch.Com) on linking communities with local farmers
Photograph allegedly showing Edward Snowden, the NSA intelligence leaker, shopping is published by Russian news website.
Ireland’s voters had a chance on Friday to accomplish what some American voters, with their government partly shut down, can only dream of: abolishing one house of the nation’s legislature. And the Irish were expected to vote to do so.
Wang Jing, a Chinese telecommunications billionaire, has the rights to build a canal through Nicaragua.
In the pre-dawn witching hours of Saturday morning, a team of Navy SEALs swam ashore at Barawe, a seaside town 110 miles south of the Somali capital Mogadishu.
Amid food shortages, rampant inflation and widespread electricity blackouts, many Venezuelans are wondering if Chavez chose the right heir to his revolution
Russian President Vladimir Putin was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by an advocacy group that credits him with bringing about a peaceful resolution to the Syrian-U.S. dispute over chemical weapons.
The operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant said Tuesday workers had spilled four tonnes of radioactive water, likely contaminating the soil and possibly groundwater.
President Nicolas Maduro announced on Monday the expulsion of the top U.S. diplomat in Venezuela and two other embassy employees for allegedly conspiring with the political opposition to sabotage the economy and power grid.
"The victim's sentence (of NINETY LASHES) was increased because her lawyer had spoken out..."
Not long ago, Peter Szabo left a lucrative telecommunications job in Britain, sold his property and returned to Batya, a riverside village in the Hungarian flatlands south of Budapest, to grow red peppers.
Pepe Escobar (Brazilian investigative journalist and columnist for Asia Times) provides an update on the middle east - Rob Lazzarotto (aka Tonopah Rob) talks about natural farming and his vegetable farm
South American nations are jointly exploring the creation of a communications system to curtail U.S. spying in the region, Ecuadorean Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino said on Wednesday.
Victims of quake that left at least 348 dead struggle to survive as rugged terrain slows down relief efforts.
Last weekend’s hostage-taking — and the murder of at least 61 people — at the Westgate Shopping Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, has its roots in the U.S. government’s intervention in Somalia, which began in the 1990s.
The horrible carnage inflicted by the Somali Al-Shabab Islamist group on a Kenyan shopping mall should cause the U.S. government to reassess its foreign policy of profligate worldwide intervention.
Ecuador’s president has launched a call for people around the world to boycott Chevron products, in rejection of the company’s evasion of responsibility for oil contamination in the Amazon basin.
Some 44 kilograms of gold bars from an overall cargo of 300 kg of precious metal have mysteriously disappeared from a flight bound to Zurich. An insider operation could be to blame for a €1.5 million heist at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport.
What did Vladimir Putin get from the United States for saving President Obama from himself during the Syrian chemical weapons "crisis"? Only criticism and ridicule from a reflexive anti-Russian American news media.
Join us this evening with special Irene Baron to discuss comet ison - with special guest host, GLP's Dr Astro
On September 23, Der Spiegel headlined “Word From Berlin: Triumph Confirms ‘Era of Merkelism.”
The number of Dutch people killed by medical euthanasia has more than doubled in the 10 years since legislation was changed to permit it, rising 13 per cent last year to 4,188.
Bolivian President Evo Morales has announced that his country will file a lawsuit, in solidarity with Venezuela, against the United States for crimes against humanity.
Terrorists Still Hold Hostages in Westgate Mall..