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Washington Free Beacon | Monarch tied to anti-Semitic Muslim clerics, funding of jihad.

Breitbart | “Caught by surprise, unprepared” in the latest Ebola outbreak.

Tech Dirt | The UK legislators, law enforcement agencies and intelligence services looking to expand the government’s surveillance programs got a big boost from the attack on Charlie Hebdo.

Associated Press | Rand Paul is demonstrating how he could disrupt the Republican presidential field.

RT | Some 17,000 supporters of the controversial movement PEGIDA joined the weekly Sunday March at its stronghold Dresden, Germany.

RT | Taken aback by the fulsome praise that the recently deceased King Abdullah has garnered from world leaders, RT has decided to assess whether his record stands up to scrutiny.

Truth Revolt | “…or make exchanges, or pay ransoms.”

Sputnik | The North Korean Foreign Ministry commented on Sunday on a Youtube interview of US President Barack Obama, according to The Korea Herald.

Washington Post | Obama, who was to arrive in India on Sunday morning to attend Republic Day celebrations, will drop plans to visit the Taj Mahal and make a detour Tuesday to Riyadh.

Reuters | The United States has halted some counter-terrorism operations against al Qaeda militants in Yemen.

London Telegraph | The former prime minister thanked Gaddafi for the ‘excellent co-operation’ between the two countries and apologised for failing to deport the tyrant’s enemies.

London Independent | The iconic PM led Britain to victory against Hitler’s Nazi Germany. But the wartime hero had a darker side.

New York Times | The death of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia early Friday is unlikely to deter the desert kingdom from maintaining a high level of oil production.

RT | “We are facing a number of challenges from entities like Russia Today…”

London Guardian | Medical assessment shows Badawi – who received 50 lashings on 9 January – unfit to face punishment.

Sputnik News | US President Barack Obama stated that current political regime in North Korea will eventually collapse.

Zero Hedge | The ongoing ‘isolation’ of Russia took another turn for the un-isolated-er today.

Mac Slavo | Former U.S. intelligence linguist and national security veteran Scott Rickard accused American intelligence of looking the other way to enable the Hebdo Charlie terrorist attacks in Paris.

Press TV | The ISIL militants caught the ill-fated youths in the city of Mosul.

Defense News | Also Will Begin Shipment of US-funded Armored Vehicles.

London Telegraph | Duke of York to break his silence over allegations that he “sexually abused” 17-year-old Virginia Roberts, who has made her first sworn statement of the claims.

London Guardian | Conflicting reports of who was responsible for mortar attack that killed at least eight in separatist stronghold.

RT | Fighting in Syria and Iraq.

TIME | Days after many celebrated the end of the decades-old tradition.

AFP | The woman alleges she was “forced to have sexual relations” with Prince Andrew.

Mac Slavo | The powers that be have all-but-officially designated the American people as their enemy in a foggy battleground.

DailyMail.co.uk | Closed-door talks will focus on migration issues.

International Business Times | A person has reportedly been beheaded at a shopping mall in Yan’an, China.

Moscow Times | Officials to scrutinize retailers’ pricing policies and act against unjustified markups.

Al Jazeera | Ukrainian soldiers allegedly assaulted after hundreds of Russian troops crossed into country in violation of truce deal.

Newsmax | Badawi received 50 lashes on Jan. 9 in the first of 20 weekly sets of public whippings.

Kit Daniels | NATO ally shipping missiles to al-Qaeda in Syria.

WND | Obama runs guns to terrorists.

AFP | Had accused President Cristina Kirchner of obstructing a probe into a 1994 Jewish center bombing…

Washington Post | Only one thing missing from this state-of-the-art Ebola treatment center: Ebola patients.

Bloomberg | Crude prices to rise gradually in the second half of 2015…

Press Trust of India | Part of measures to counter terrorism and improve security…

Sputnik | “We are not Charlie, we are Kouachi,” screamed the protesters in reference to the two brothers.

Reuters | Unrest continues as globalists split country apart.

AFP | Police said “concrete threat” called for would-be “assassins to mingle among the protesters…”

The Guardian | Duke of York understood to be deciding on whether to make speech at Davos forum over alleged ‘sexual relations’ with 17-year-old linked to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Reuters | “…around 30 adults, most of them herders, and 50 young girls and boys aged between 10 and 15 years were abducted.”

The Daily Beast | ISIS “has not any lost any key terrain,” according to analysts

Judicial Watch | Gitmo alum who once led a Taliban unit has established the first Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) base in Afghanistan.

RT.com | Data prompts red alert over possible attacks, including in NATO and the West, by so-called “sleeper cells.”

Daily Mail.co.uk | Farmer had lost a ‘large amount’ of earnings after land was taken.

AP | Concerns that the grave could become a shrine for extremists…

The Guardian | Protection stepped up across Europe – with UK police on highest alert level ever – in wake of series of terrorist incidents.

Sputnik | Muslims compromise 2% of Italian population.

South China Morning Post | The interweaving of problems concerning graft and politics has seriously undermined communist rule and the ruling party’s unity, says a People’s Daily commentary.

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