Sochi officials order stray dogs killed ahead of Olympics 

Thousands of stray dogs are roaming the streets of Sochi, Sorokin said, and some of them are "biting children."

Ukraine on brink as turmoil hits currency 

Ukraine is on the brink of economic disaster as its currency plunges to a four-year low amid political turmoil and a tug-of-war between Russia and the European Union.

Ukraine government resigns 

krainian President Viktor Yanukovych accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Mykola Azarov and his government Tuesday, amid a political crisis fired by violent protests on the country's streets.


Iraq and Iran plot oil revolution in challenge to Saudi Arabia 

Iraq is poised to flood the oil market by tripling its capacity to pump crude by 2020 and is collaborating with Iran on strategy in a move that will challenge Saudi Arabia's grip on the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries. 


Shocker: Leaked Top Secret Documents Implicate Obama 

National Security Threat hocking documents by Egyptian security forces monitoring the movements of Malik Obama’s Islamic Da’wa Organization (IDO) and the father (Essam el-Haddad) of a former Clinton employee (Gehad El-Haddad) sheds further light on the nefarious dealings of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. 


Thai government declares state of emergency as protests drag on 

The decree, which covers Bangkok and surrounding provinces, allows security agencies to impose curfews, detain suspects without charge, censor media, ban political gatherings of more than five people and declare areas off-limits. 


UN Agenda 21: The Feds and UN Coming for Your Water Rights 

According to a press release by small ranchers and property owners in Montana, “Circuit Court Judge Cameron Wogan in Klamath Falls, Oregon, refused ranchers’ requests for a temporary restraining order to allow their cattle and horses access to drinking water.” Their main water tributaries were shut off in June of this year after tribal demands on rivers and streams feeding Klamath Lake turned 100,000 head of cattle into herds of animals dying from thirst.

Russia warns Ukraine 'out of control' after new violence 

Russia on Tuesday warned the situation in Ukraine was spiralling out of control after a second night of violent clashes between pro-EU protesters and security forces in the centre of Kiev.  

Eyes gouged out, electrocuted, strangled: Sickening dossier of 55,000 torture pictures 'smuggled out of Syria

 WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Witness said he was tasked to record deaths in custody from 2011 to 2013 There are 55,000 photos which lawyers say are evidence of extreme torture