Source: GhanaMIRROR.com - This story is like a bomb-shell for European countries, where masses of so called refugees turn to! Germany, Hungary, Czech and Slovakia have closed their border and increase border controls. Railway connections are interrupted. Hungary finished building a border defense to Serbia, and is working on a similar defense to Romania. Germany alone expects now 1.000.000 MILLION refugees to cross over to Germany, this year. (A population of the city of Hamburg!)
Source: RT.com - The US president has reportedly authorized the Air Force to protect Syrian rebels trained by Washington to fight against Islamic State by bombing any force attacking them, including Syrian regular troops.
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Thus the US may become involved in the Syrian civil war on the rebel side.
The change was first reported by US officials speaking on condition of anonymity with the Wall Street Journal Sunday. The first airstrikes to protect American trainees in Syria have already taken place on Friday, July 31, when the US Air Force bombed unidentified militants who attacked the compound of the US-trained rebels.
So far the fighter jets of the anti-Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) US-led coalition have been bombing jihadist targets in Syria’s north and the national air defense units were turning a blind eye to foreign military aircraft in their airspace.
Source: mathaba.net - Todd Wood, the author of the book “Currency,” explains why the US economy is on the verge of collapse and why Russia, which keeps increasing its gold reserves, might become the next major economic power.
The fact that Russia bought another 30 tons of gold earlier this week, bringing its total gold reserves to 1,238 metric tons should make the United States worried, ...
Source: RT.com - The sanctions imposed by the EU against Russia and Moscow's retaliation would cost Europeans 100 billion euros in economic development and jeopardize up to 2.5 million jobs, a new study said.
The EU imposed the sanctions against Russia over the Ukrainian political crisis, targeting access to foreign credits and oil and gas industry. Moscow responded with countersanctions that hit European food producers. The toll the conflict takes on the EU economy is higher than Brussels initially anticipated, according to a new study by the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO).
"Our hypothesis, from last autumn, of a worsening decline in exports has become a reality,” said Oliver Fritz, one of
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