Hundreds of Top Secret Documents from World’s Spy Agencies Leaked

By: Monday February 23, 2015 5:15 pm

Al Jazeera English and The Guardian have published top secret documents, which are part of a trove of cables, dossiers and other files from some of the world’s major spy agencies that were leaked to Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit. The first set of revelations primarily stem from documents from Mossad and South African intelligence. After [...]


Media’s Inconsiderable Coverage of Bradley Manning’s Hearing on Confinement at Quantico

By: Saturday December 15, 2012 11:20 am

This is the biggest military justice case in the history of the United States. This case is not just about Manning. The manner in which Manning is being prosecuted by the government will have implications for years, if not decades, after his trial is completed.

Kevin Gosztola Discusses Contrast Between Third Party Debate & Obama-Romney Debates on Al Jazeera English (VIDEO)

By: Wednesday October 24, 2012 9:50 am

A nonprofit, Free and Equal, committed to promoting fairness in the US electoral process, hosted a debate last night, which included third party candidates running for president. The debate, held at the Hilton Hotel in Chicago, stood in stark contrast to the Obama-Romney debates put on by the anti-democratic and corrupt Commission on Presidential Debates. I appeared on Al Jazeera English last night to share some thoughts on the presidential debate.

US Suddenly Eager for Libya No-Fly Zone – and More?

By: Thursday March 17, 2011 6:00 am

The Obama administration has apparently decided to support a “No-Fly Zone” in Libya – but then went even further. So, does anyone out there have a clue what’s going on here?

Interim Libyan Government Says No to “Foreign Intervention”

By: Monday February 28, 2011 6:01 am

At the same time Obama is publicly supporting the King of Bahrain, there’s word the White House is considering military actions in support of Libyan revolutionaries – but there’s a problem. The revolutionaries don’t want it.

New Attack on Protesters in Bahrain, Many Shot by Army Live Fire

By: Friday February 18, 2011 8:49 am

Al Jazeera English is broadcasting a call from a Dr. Ghassan of the Salmaniya hospital who calls desperately for help saying the hospital is full and overwhelmed, “almost impossible to cope,” that the number of casualties is “uncountable” and that it is “as if we are in a war.” A second doctor reported that ambulances are blocked from entering the area to help the wounded and that there are many, many there.

Breaking: Gunfire, Deaths in Tahrir Square; State Dept Warns Americans to Leave Immediately

By: Wednesday February 2, 2011 7:44 pm

The situation surrounding Tahrir Square has deteriorated steadily throughout the day, with escalation moving from shouting, to fighting with sticks and stones, then to charges with horses and camels, next to Molotov cocktails and finally now confirmed gunfire and deaths.

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