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G7 Official Says Ukraine War Could Last for Seven More Years
The US and its allies are preparing to support a long war
As British Schools Crumble
As the summer holidays ended in England and Wales, the Department for Education ordered over 100 school buildings to be fully or partially closed due to the dangers caused by a collapse-prone form of concrete
The "Planet-Wrecker in Chief"
Planned fossil fuel expansion in the U.S. accounts for more than a third of new oil and gas extraction projects through 2050, according to Oil Change International
A Very British Arms Fair
While the Defence and Security Equipment International expo is underway this week in London. Entrenched relationship between the British state and arms companies and the violation of U.K. export controls
9/11: Why Americans Are Never Told Why
When Western media discusses terrorism against the West, such as 9/11, the motive is almost always left out, even when the terrorists state they are avenging longstanding Western violence in the Muslim world
Putin Accuses UK of Being Behind Plot Against Russian Nuclear Plant
The Russian leader claimed a group of saboteurs were detained and said they were trained by the British
Is the UK Parliament also trying to replicate the "balloon incident"?
A 28-year-old young British man was arrested in March on suspicion of breaking the UK Official Secrets Act
UK set to station US nuclear bombs on British soil, 15 years after their removal
The UK is again on the verge of stationing US nuclear weapons on its soil, at the strategic east coast air force base, RAF (Royal Air Force) Lakenheath
MI6 Secretly Helped Pinochet
As the regime murdered political opponents, a U.K. propaganda unit passed material to Chile’s military intelligence and MI6 connived with a key orchestrator of the coup, newly declassified files show
US Justice Dept’s Next Victim
Daniel Duggan is facing the same extreme tactics applied to Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning, Daniel Hale and others caught in Washington’s “national security” dragnet
Australian Lawmakers to Visit Washington to Lobby for Julian Assange’s Freedom
The delegation includes MPs across the political spectrum who all agree the US needs to drop its case against Assange
What’s Behind Talk of a Possible Plea Deal for Assange?
Top U.S. officials are speaking at cross purposes when it comes to Julian Assange. What is really going on?
What Happened to the UN’s Ability to Mediate?
People living in conflict-ridden countries are increasingly viewing the U.N. as promoting the interests of the West and the powerful. This wasn’t always the case.
Craig Murray: Destitution Capitalism
Ordinary U.K. citizens have been propagandised out of the belief that the state should in any way regulate economic activity for the greater good
British Museum Must Return Chinese Cultural Relics for Free
Global Times editorial
The Big Players and Their Small Modular Reactor: A Road to Nowhere?
Small modular reactors can be mass-produced in a factory, which guarantees a low price and quick construction. Unfortunately, subjective human reasons have hampered their success
US Ambassador to Australia Hints at Plea Deal for Julian Assange
Caroline Kennedy says "there is a way to resolve it"
Six asylum seekers drowned in Channel due to criminal actions of UK and France
The horrific sinking of a boat full of refugees and asylum seekers in the English Channel has taken at least six lives
The Silence on Imran Khan
Pakistan has imposed a media blackout over the deposed prime minister and thousands of new political prisoners incarcerated in appalling conditions. Condemnation in the U.K. and U.S. has been non-existent
UK Tory government launches fascistic campaign against asylum seekers
The British government has launched a fascistic campaign against migrants and refugees
ECOWAS to Hold Second Emergency Summit on Niger
US Sending Marines, More Warships to Middle East Over Iran Tensions
On Horseradish & Nuclear War
Borrell and his likes should avoid leading Europe into a ditch
Tarantino Turns 60
US Banks Sitting on Billions of Losses
The Gas Industry In The Grip Of (Non-)Market Passions
China to Join Vostok-2022 Russia with Other Countries
One Year After Kabul Debacle, US Attempts to Sustain Hegemony at Cost of the Whole World
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