Selected Articles: ISIS, Fukushima, TPP, Burkina Faso

Screen Shot 2015-09-29 at 19.04.39The Russia-Iran-Iraq-Syria Joint “Information Center” against America’s ISIS Foot Soldiers

By Global Research News, September 29 2015

Russia has taken the initiative in the Middle East. Russia, Iran, Iraq and Syria have made an agreement to set a joint information center to coordinate their operations against ISIS. The center will be based in Baghdad. The main goal of the center will be gathering, processing and analyzing current information about the situation in the Middle East – primarily for fighting IS. The Iraqi army’s joint operations command confirmed the agreement on Saturday.

terror jihad mi5 copsChina Joins the Fight Against ISIS?

By Stephen Lendman, September 29 2015

A Russian, Chinese, Iranian, Iraqi, Syrian alliance against ISIS perhaps may encourage other countries to join it – a possibility likely terrifying Obama officials and their war-mongering partners.

fukushima-radiationThe Human Consequences of the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant Accidents

By Eiichiro Ochiai, September 29 2015

When a very strong earthquake (magnitude 9.0) hit the Pacific ocean side of the northeastern part of the main island of Japan on March 11th (3.11) 2011, the accompanying huge tsunami wiped out many communities along the coast. Close to 20,000 people lost their lives, mainly due to the tsunami. Many who were stripped of their homes and livelihood continue to struggle to recover their ways of life.

tppThe TPP and Canada: Playing the Fool

By Binoy Kampmark, September 29 2015

Fundamentally, the TPP is an American dominated program which, paradoxically, hollows out the partners it seeks to bring along, even as it hopes to retain ascendancy. It is a form of plunder by stealth, featuring an imposition of controls, be it internet access or the use of patents and generic drugs. Free it may well be, but that will be primarily a matter for US corporate elites.

Flag_of_Burkina_FasoBurkina Faso Coup Makers Refusing to Disarm

By Abayomi Azikiwe, September 29 2015

Can the popular movement push ahead with the Sankaraist revolutionary program? Gen. Gilbert Diendere, a former intelligence chief for the President Security Regiment (RSP), was forced to release interim President Michel Kafando and Prime Minister Isaac Zida by the last full week of September.

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