The 1965 Mass Killings in Indonesia: CIA Blames the Victims For Being Murdered

Global Research | 24 July 2016 Foreign Service Officer Richard Cabot Howland, who was stationed in Jakarta from 1965 to 1966 at the Embassy in Indonesia, in 1970 published an article in the classified internal journal of the Central Intelligence Agency, Studies in Intelligence (“The Lessons of the September 30 Affair,” Vol. 14, Fall 1970: pp.13–28). The article…

South China Sea ruling will ‘intensify conflict’ – Chinese envoy

Reuters | 13 July 2016 An international tribunal’s ruling denying China‘s claims in the South China Sea will “intensify conflict and even confrontation,” Beijing’s ambassador to the United States said on Tuesday. The ambassador, Cui Tiankai, also told an international forum in Washington that Beijing remains committed to negotiations with other parties in disputes over…

At least 3 newborns dead after vaccination in Bago

Myanmar Times | 14 March 2016 At least three newborns have died and another two dozen are reacting poorly after a round of hepatitis B vaccinations last week at Bago General Hospital. Health officials are scrambling to determine what went wrong during what should have been a routine procedure. Between March 4 and 7, 28…

US, UK rubbished India’s ‘evidence’ against Pakistan in Mumbai attacks, says Wikileaks

The News | 9 Jan 2016 ISLAMABAD: Following Pathankot attack, the Indian media and government authorities have been referring to Mumbai attack as Pakistan’s work despite the fact that the Wikileaks had shown both the US and the British authorities trashing Indian so-called evidence against Pakistan. Publicly both Washington and London have been shy to…