NY Times | Dizzy, vomiting and struggling to breathe, 11 Iraqi police officers were rushed to a government hospital 50 miles north of the capital last month.
London Guardian | Royal Canadian Mounted Police say passport application brought him to their attention and likely ‘figured prominently in shooter’s motives’.
London Guardian | Comedian refers to ‘interesting’ relationship between Bush and Bin Laden during appearance on BBC2’s Newsnight programme.
Reuters | Mali confirmed its first case of Ebola on Thursday.
Washington Times | Moscow’s military provocations signal return to Cold War-era gamesmanship.
London Independent | South Korean media reports link disappearances to Kim Jong-un.
Reuters | Russian prosecutors have detained four more Moscow airport workers over a plane crash which killed the CEO of French oil company Total.
RIA Novosti | Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, suspected of killing a soldier guarding the National War Memorial in Ottawa, had mental health problems, the suspect’s friend said.
RT | At least 32 civilians, including women and children, have been killed in US-led airstrikes.
RT | Russia will have military control of the entirety of its 6,200 km Arctic coastal zone by the end of 2014.
RT | Swedish Armed forces are ready to use force.
Tony Cartalucci | China is facing increasing pressure along two fronts.
AP | Travelers from the U.S. and Spain will be required to fill a detailed form upon arrival at border entry points.
Sky News | One of two Canadian soldiers hit by a car in an apparent terrorist attack has died of his injuries.
London Independent | Reapers will initially be operating in Syria for surveillance, but will also engage Hellfire missiles in an attack capacity if authorisation is given.
RT | Russian prosecutors claim the driver of the snowplow which crashed with Total CEO Christophe de Margerie’s jet was drunk.
RT | The forces of the Kiev government used cluster munitions in populated areas in the city of Donetsk.
Zero Hedge | “A criminal investigation has been opened.”
RT | Accusations from Turkey’s intelligence agency that she had been “spying.”
Washington Times | ‘Suspension’ is good enough for Tehran.
RT | The Spanish nurse who contracted the Ebola virus while treating infected patients at a Madrid hospital has seemingly beaten the disease.
RT | Ron Paul speaks to Larry King.
RT | The Pentagon has publicly acknowledged an air-drop of lethal aid to Kurdish rebels.
The Hill | The Canadian government will begin shipping an experimental Ebola vaccine to the World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday.
RT | Cuba has been on the frontline of international response to the worst outbreak in the disease’s history.
Reuters | Islamic State fighters attacked Kurdish forces with mortars and car bombs.
UK Daily Mail | To set up military blockades to restrict movement in attempt to stop the virus spreading.
AFP | As US President Barack Obama urged against “hysteria”.
Reuters | U.S-led forces which are bombing Islamic State militants in Syria killed ten civilians in two recent air strikes, a group monitoring the violence said on Saturday.
RT | CIA drones strikes in Pakistan have killed nearly 2,400 people since 2004.
RT | Islamic State militants in Syria are training Iraqi pilots who joined the group to fly in three captured fighter jets, Reuters reported citing witnesses.
London Guardian | UN chief Ban Ki-moon berates international community for contributing only $100,000 into his $1bn global fighting fund.
Mac Slavo | When the leadership of North Korea or Iran suggests a nuclear attack against the United States the threat is usually dismissed as mere posturing by extremist regimes.
Bizpac Review | The president who’s made executive orders a hallmark of his governing style is about to do it again.
AP | Officials credit tighter border controls.
Zero Hedge | The patient, who arrived by plane from Ivory Coast, is suffering high fever and nausea.
Paul Craig Roberts | Vladimir Putin Reminds Obama That Sowing Discord Between Nuclear Powers Can Undermine Strategic Security.
New American | The CIA report “was pretty dour in its conclusions.”
RT | American soldiers discovered more than 4,990 chemical munitions in Iraq.
Zero Hedge | Vladimir Putin slams President Obama for adopting a “hostile” approach.
Paul Joseph Watson | Police resort to tear gas after body of Ebola victim left in street for two days.
Reuters | American-led forces have sharply intensified air strikes in the past two days.
NY Times | American troops gradually found and ultimately suffered from the remnants of long-abandoned programs, built in close collaboration with the West.
Associated Press | Ugly scenes as police beat prominent activist and detain dozens more demostrators who want Beijing to allow democratic election.
RT | Former Vice President Dick Cheney warned that the next terrorist attack on the US will be far worse than 9/11.
Tony Cartalucci | Because it didn’t stop ISIS terrorists in Iraq or Libya. Try Washington instead.
Reuters | Hundreds of Hong Kong police used sledgehammers and chainsaws to dismantle pro-democracy barricades.
Reuters | North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, shown using a cane for support, re-appeared in state media on Tuesday after a lengthy public absence.
BBC News | The man had been working as a UN medical official in Liberia.
London Independent | The savagery of Isis laid bare.