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Abayomi Azikiwe

Abayomi Azikiwe is a Detroit organizer of the Workers World Party and editor of the Pan-African Newswire.

 

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Adam Garrie

Managing editor at http://www.theduran.com

 

Adeyinka Makinde

 

Alex Gorka

 

Alex Hopkins

 

Alex Lantier

 

Alexander Mezyaev

 

Alexander Mercouris

 

Alexander Vuving

 

Ali Abunimah

 

Andre Vltcheck

 

Andrei Akulov

 

Andrew Korybko

 

Ann Garrison

 

Anna Jaunger

 

Anne Gearan

 

Arabi Souri

 

Areeb Ullah

 

Arnie Gundersen

 

Arno Maierbrugger

 

Asa Winstanley

 

Asraa Mustufa

 

Atilio A. Boron

 

Barry Grey

 

Bernie V. Lopez

 

Bertil Lintner

 

Bill Van Auken

 

Milko Pejovic

 

Bradley K. Martin

 

Bram Wispelwey

 

Brandon Turbeville

 

Brett Haverstick

 

Brian Becker

 

Brian Cloughley

 

Bruce Cummings

 

Budour Youseff Hassan

 

Bullion Star

 

Carlos Aznárez

 

Carmen Elena Dorobăț

 

Caroline Silver

 

Catherine Shakdam

 

Charlie Hinton

 

Charlotte Silver

 

Chris Hedges

 

Chris Tomson

 

Christopher Black

 

Civilization 3000

 

Claire Robinson

 

Claudius

 

Colin Todhunter

 

Craig Berry

 

Dady Chery

 

Dale Wozny

 

Dan Goodin

 

Daniel Lazare

 

Daniel McAdams

 

Daniel Newton

 

Dave Majumdar

 

Dean R. Owen

 

Dennis J Bernstein

 

Dmitri Bokarev

 

Dr. Binoy Kampmark

 

Dr. Gary G. Kohls

 

Kiyul Chung

 

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

 

Dr Ramzy Baroudr

 

Dr. Theodore Postol

 

Emma Graham-Garrison

 

Eresh Omar Jamal

 

Eric Toussaint

 

Eric Zuesse

 

Etienne Masozera

 

F William Engdahl

 

Fars News Agency

 

Finian Cunningham

 

Forest Peoples Programme

 

Francis Dubois

 

Fred Donner

 

Gabriel Schivone

 

Gar Smith

 

Gareth Porter

 

Gary Kohls

 

Global Research

 

Gordon Duff Veterans Today

 

Grant Newsham

 

Greg Guma

 

Gregory Barrett

 

Grete Mautner

 

Haggai Matar

 

Hamza Abu Eltarabesh

 

Hasan Diab Support Committee

 

Horizon Admin

 

Helle C. Dale

 

Indroneil Biswas

 

Ingo Schmidt

 

Inside Syria Media Center

 

International Solidarity Movement

 

Izar Charkatli

 

Jack Rasmus

 

James A. Lucas

 

James Cogan

 

James D. Durso

 

Jane McIntosh

 

Jasper Finkeldey

 

Jayant Bhandari

 

Jennifer Berkshire

 

Jeremy R. Hammond

 

Jerry Nelson

 

Jim Dean

 

Joachim Hagopian

 

Joe Lauria

 

Joe Ware

 

Johannes Stern Stern

 

John Pilger

 

John W. Whitehead

 

John Wight

 

Jonathan Cook

 

Jonathan Marshall

 

José A. Delgado

 

Joseph Thomas

 

Josh Alvarez

 

Joshua Frank

 

Joyce Chediac

 

Katherine Paul

 

Keith Jones

 

Koos Jansen

 

Kurt Hollander

 

La Prensa Latina

 

Lawrence Davidson

 

Leandro Albani

 

Leith Fadel

 

Liberation News

 

Luke Jones

 

Mac Salvo

 

Marchagainstsyngenta.ch

 

Margaret Kimberley

 

Marguerite Dabaie

 

Marion Deschamps

 

Marjorie Cohn

 

Mark Taliano

 

Martin Berger

 

Martin Khor

 

Masud Wadan

 

Matt Agorist

 

Matthew Jamison

 

Mehmet Ersoy

 

Melvin Goodman

 

Michael F. Brown

 

Michael Hudson

 

Michael Schaeffer Omer-Man

 

Michael Snyder

 

Michael Werbowski

 

Middle East Eye

 

Middle East Monitor

 

Mike Cernovich

 

Mike Head

 

Mike Krieger

 

Mike Whitney

 

Miko Peled

 

Mint Press News

 

Mir Suhail

 

Mision Verdad

 

Mitchell Plitnick

 

Mohamed Mohamed

 

Moon of Alabama

 

Natasha Roth

 

Nauman Sadiq

 

Neve Gordon

 

Nicholas J S Davies

 

Nick Beams

 

Nino Brown

 

Nomi Prins

 

Norbert Haering

 

Omar Karmi

 

The Palestinian BDS National Committee (BNC)

 

Palestinian Centre for Human Rights

 

Patrick Cockburn

 

Patrick Henningsen

 

Patrick J. Buchanan

 

Patrick Martin

 

Paul Buccheit

 

Paul Craig Roberts

 

Paul R. Pillar

 

Pen America

 

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Pepe Escobar

Pepe Escobar (born 1954) is a Brazilian journalist. He writes a column – The Roving Eye – for Asia Times Online, and works as an analyst for RT, Sputnik News, and Press TV as well as formerly for Al Jazeera.[1] Escobar has focused on Central Asia and the Middle East, and has covered Iran on a continuous basis since the late 1990s.[2] Escobar has reported extensively from Afghanistan. In August 2000, Escobar and two other journalists were arrested by the Taliban, and accused of photographing a soccer match.[3] The following year, he interviewed Ahmad Shah Masoud, the military leader of the anti-Taliban Northern Alliance, shortly before Masoud was assassinated.[4] On television, Escobar has commented on Russia's RT network, Iran's PressTV, and Qatar's Al Jazeera's The Stream. On radio, he has been a guest on Sibel Edmonds' Boiling Frogs Show, The Peter B. Collins Show, Anti-War Radio with Scott Horton, What Really Happened Show, Corbett Report, The Voice of Russia's Burning Point, and Ernest Hancock's FreedomPhoenix.com.

 

Peter Koenig

 

Peter Korzun

 

Peter Symonds

 

Phil Butler

 

Philip Giraldi

 

Pratap Antony

 

Prensa Latina

 

Press TV

 

Prof. Alun Ben-Meir

 

James Petras

 

Karl Grossman

 

Prof. Michel Chossudovsky

 

Prof. Tahir Abbas

 

Propublica

 

Ralph Nader

 

Ray McGovern

 

Rich Scheck

 

Richard Falk

 

Richard Silverstein

 

Rick Sterling

 

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

 

Robert Fisk

 

Robert J. Burrowes

 

Robert Parry

 

Brett Redmayne-Titley

Brett Redmayne-Titley has been reporting on-scene for a decade in an effort to provide better quality reporting from current events of geo-political, environmental and moral importance. Having visited over fifty countries he is a world citizen and life-long activist, political commentator and world citizen. The author has published over one hundred in-depth articles, many of them multi-part exposes, which have been re-published and translated internationally. He can be reached at: live-on-scene@gmx.com

 

Russia Insider

 

Russia Today; RT.com

 

Salvatore Babones

 

Sami Moubaved

 

Sarah V. Schweig

 

Satya Sagar

 

Scilla Elworthy

 

Scott Ritter

 

Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich

 

Shawn Helton

 

Shenali D Waduge

 

Shlomo Swirski

 

Slavko Nissl

 

Socialist Project

 

Sophie Mangal

 

South Front

 

Sputnik

 

Stephen Gowans

 

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Stephen Lendman

Stephen Lendman was born in 1934 in Boston, MA. In 1956, he received a BA from Harvard University. Two years of US Army service followed, then an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 1960. After working seven years as a marketing research analyst, he joined the Lendman Group family business in 1967. He remained there until retiring at year end 1999. Writing on major world and national issues began in summer 2005. In early 2007, radio hosting followed. Lendman now hosts the Progressive Radio News Hour on the Progressive Radio Network three times weekly. Distinguished guests are featured. Listen live or achived. Major world and national issues are discussed. Lendman is a 2008 Project Censored winner and 2011 Mexican Journalists Club international journalism award recipient.

 

Steven Chovanec

 

Steven Starr

 

Tasnim News

 

TeleSur

 

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism

 

The Dawn

 

The New Arab

 

The New Dawn

 

The Saker

 

Tim Hayward

 

Tony Cartalucci

 

Tyler Durden

 

Ulson Gunnar

 

Umoya

 

UN Watch

 

Vinay Kaura

 

Washingtons Blog

 

Wayne Madsen

 

Whitney Webb

 

William Craddick

 

Wolf Richter

 

World Socialist Website

 

Yael Marom

 

Yoichi Shimatsu

 

Yonathan Mizrachi

 

Yvonne Ridley

 

Zero Hedge

 

Zoom in Korea

 

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