Decent sites and web-resources

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An excellent site with a wonderful interface for general browsing: www.bbc.co.uk/ahistoryoftheworld

Online Medieval and Classical Library: http://omacl.org

Alternative News: http://cryptogon.com

Excellent analysis and reporting of major events in anywhere from the Middle East to Japan: www.atimes.com

Excellent explanations of how the world economy actually works: www.henryckliu.com

Website owner and veteran journalist Thierry Meyssan has close links with the French intelligence community who hand him the odd tip now and then. He was the first journalist to launch an international campaign questioning the official version of the 9/11 attacks. The current scoop is on Morgellon's Disease,the story of a military microbe no novelist could possibly invent,however drunk and creative for however long: www.voltairenet.org/en

The finest news,analysis,culture online weekly the Middle East has so far produced: http://weekly.ahram.org.eg

Website owner Sorcha Faal's prose and taste in desktop publishing are almost insufferable but she comes up with interesting theories every now and then: www.whatdoesitmean.com

Official online translation dictionary of the European Union: http://iate.europa.eu

The first Iranian international news network,broadcasting in English on a round-the-clock basis with correspondents in major cities worldwide: www.presstv.ir/about.html

Find out what's happening in China from one of the country's leading national dailies: http://english.peopledaily.com.cn

As above,but for Cuba: www.granma.cu/ingles/index.html

Truly independent political analysis of key world issues: www.globalresearch.ca

As above,but Japan based: http://japanfocus.org

Not overly Washington-centric views,analysis,tutorials and updates on the world arms scene: www.fas.org
 
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