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And still cities in America are embracing the worst idea to come out of Ferguson

Earlier this week, Missouri governor Jay Nixon ended the curfew imposed on the community of Ferguson over the weekend. Residents had been required to be indoors between midnight and 5 am. 761 more words

U.S. Supports Japan's Sanctions Against Russia

Honour guards carry flag-draped coffins containing the bodies of Ukrainian servicemen killed in action in eastern Ukraine, upon their arrival at the airport in Lviv, August 19, 2014.   162 more words

Alexander Bilecki: Ukrainian peace is a common task

Kiev can not conquer Donbass and Donbass does not want to overthrow the Kiev regime. Donbass still naively wants just peace for itself, if not like in Crimea, then at least like in Transdniestria. 465 more words


Chinese, Russian Media Turn Criticisms Back on U.S.

(BEIJING) — Chinese and Russian state media have seized on the U.S. police shooting of an unarmed black 18-year-old and ensuing protests to fire back at Washington’s criticisms of their own governments, portraying the United States as a land of inequality and brutal police tactics. 911 more words

A visit to the embassy

Pictures represent the South Korean, Spanish and U.S. Embassies in Stockholm.  Guess which one is the U.S.?

Last week we went to the U.S. Embassy in Stockholm to renew our son’s passports.  319 more words


A Patient Is Being Tested for Ebola at a California Hospital

An unnamed patient has been admitted to a hospital in Sacramento over possible exposure to the Ebola virus, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

“We are working with the Sacramento County Division of Public Health regarding a patient admitted to the Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center who may have been exposed to the Ebola virus,” Dr. 170 more words

WoW ! ISIS claims to have beheaded U.S Journalist as retaliation for U.S airstrike

Islamic State insurgents released a video yesterday Tuesday August 19th purportedly showing the beheading of U.S. journalist James Foley (pictured
above), who had gone missing in Syria nearly two years ago, and images of another U.S. 647 more words