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Sunday, 23 March 2014

March 23, 2014: News Updates

 World’s Richest Gain $26 Billion as Sanctions Hit Russia

The 300 wealthiest people on Earth added $25.6 billion to their collective net worth this week as the U.S. government imposed economic sanctions on several Russian billionaires.

How China Imported A Record $70 Billion In Physical Gold Without Sending The Price Of Gold Soaring

How (& Why) JPMorgan & COMEX Should Be Sued For Precious Metals Manipulation

 Korea Exchange Seeks Cut of $3 Billion Illegal Gold Trade

By Heesu Lee Mar 23, 2014
South Korea’s equity exchange will start offering physical gold trades for the first time today, as the government seeks to curb as much as $3 billion of black-market transactions.

Putin prompted states to arm to teeth: Harper

The Canadian prime minister says Russia’s decision to incorporate and send troops into the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea prompts world nations to "arm themselves to the teeth."

Visa, Mastercard block US-sanctioned Russian banks

Military Airbus breaks down with Queen Sofía on board: fourth mechanical failure this year

By: thinkSPAIN , Sunday, March 23, 2014
A PLANE carrying Queen Sofía from Guatemala to Spain suffered a breakdown during a 'technical' stop in the Dominican Republic – the fourth mechanical failure of an aircraft carrying a Spanish statesperson in as many months.

March 23, 2014, 8:59 AM

Report: Germans seize cocaine on its way to Vatican

CIA orchestrating breakup scenario: Dr. Tarpley

“The CIA is promoting the breakup of national states. The policy is mini states, macro states, failed sates, partitioned studies and so forth,” said Dr. Webster Griffin Tarpley in a Saturday interview with Press TV.

Venice votes to split from Italy as 89% of the city's residents opt to form a new independent state

Insider Selling Reaches 25-year High as Smart Money Dumps Stocks Before The Coming Crash

Turkish military shoots down Syrian warplane

Israel closes embassies all over the world as diplomats go on indefinite strike

Above 6,000 German companies to be hit by sanctions on Russia- export body

Mass march for political reform in Chile ends in clashes (PHOTOS)

 Anti-austerity protesters march in Spain

Thousands of protesters from across Spain called for an end to austerity measures amid the country's economic crisis.
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 Twitter ban sparks outrage in Turkey

Turkey's president, the opposition and the EU criticise the ban, introduced just days before crucial local elections.

 Protesters Storm Taiwan Cabinet Office on China Trade Pact Anger

Bill Clinton identified in lawsuit against his former friend and pedophile Jeffrey Epstein who had 'regular' orgies at his Caribbean compound that the former president visited multiple times

Are UFO experts being murdered? New book to investigate 'pattern' of deaths