RT | The US military is sending F-15 fighter jets to Finland for the first-ever joint exercises in the country due to perceived increased military activity by Russia, according to the Air Force Command Finland.
RT | Turkish PM Ahmet Davutoglu pledged to return a “historical debt” to Turkey’s “Aleppo brothers”.
Pamela Geller | What powerful testimony.
Lew Rockwell Blog | Does this sound like an intelligent idea?
Breitbart | German police have searched two homes in a rural village after a television channel interviewed a suspected Islamic State commander living there as a refugee.
Sputnik | The Damascus-led army and Russian aerial forces are apparently close to freeing Syria’s largest city of Aleppo.
Sky News | Rescuers pull around 500 people from the wreckage of two trains which crashed head-on in the country’s south.
NBC News | A suspect in the death of American nanny Lauren Mann has been arrested at a Swiss refugee center, officials told NBC News on Monday.
London Independent | Parts of the wreckage were spotted floating on the Thames.
Bizpac Review | A week after a conservative German politician suggested that refugees should be shot at the border, more than one-fourth of the population agrees with her.
CNS News | The number of Syrian refugees being resettled in the United States continues to climb slowly, but of the 576 admitted since last November’s Paris terrorist attack, only two (0.3 percent) are Christians.
Pamela Geller | The yearly Mainz carnival parade has been cancelled. The official reason was expected stormy weather conditions. Right. Stormy with a chance of jihad terror.
Flandersnews.be | Police in Bruges have detained a man after he issued threats at a local supermarket. The 36-year-old Tunisian involved is said to have become “radicalised” in the tourist Mecca.
Sputnik | Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem said Saturday that any ground operation in Syria without Damascus’ approval is an “act of aggression.”
London Independent | Move comes after the wife of an American killed by Isis blamed Twitter for his death.
Gateway Pundit | A 14 year-old Muslim boy recorded himself and 6 other “Migrants” gang raping a passed out girl in Belgium.
AFP | Speaking in Athens, the ministers warned again of a real “danger” of Europe’s Schengen border-free zone collapsing.
Washington Times | Speaker Paul D. Ryan said Thursday he is concerned about Libya, after receiving classified intelligence briefings.
Daily Caller | A group of 51 refugees were brutally assaulted outside a night club in Murmansk, Russia, after they groped and molested women at a night club Saturday.
Sputnik | Assange will be arrested if he tries to leave the Ecuadorian embassy, the UK said.
RT | Japan’s Sakurajima volcano, situated about 50km from the Sendai nuclear station, has erupted.
The Week | Some of President Obama’s national security aides are urging him to approve increased U.S. military action in Libya.
RT | More than four in five Germans believe Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government isn’t controlling the refugee crisis.
RT | A woman in the audience shouted, “it’s you who created Daesh!”
Sputnik | A UN working panel has decided in Wikileaks’ founder Julian Assange’s favor, BBC reported Thursday.
Business Insider | With current force deployments, Russia could steamroll NATO forces in the Baltic states.
Tony Cartalucci | Up to 6,000 troops are being sent to invade and occupy Libya, seizing oilfields allegedly threatened by terrorists NATO armed and put into power in 2011.
Sky News | The proposed satellite launch heightens tensions, but Pyongyang claims to a sovereign right to pursue a space programme.
Sputnik | Vladimir Putin is meeting with Henry Kissinger in Moscow on Wednesday, the Kremlin confirmed.
Business Insider | UKIP leader Nigel Farage has just slammed David Cameron’sproposed renegotiation deal with the EU at a debate in the European Parliament.
Truth Revolt | And as it turns out, the “teen refugee” might actually be a grown man.
CNS News | “We have extracted extensive information from their laptops and cell phones.”
Zero Hedge | It’s now been nearly a year since the world woke up to what Beijing was doing in the South China Sea.
RT | The top US commander for military operations in Iraq and Syria said there is a “good potential” that more American and coalition forces will be needed to fight the Islamic State.
Mac Slavo | Despite what official government mouthpieces may be spouting, the people are not going to put up with violent behavior and assault from any so-called refugees, hailing from Syria or anywhere else.
RT | Two elderly Germans had moments earlier come to the defense of a young woman harassed by the same group.
CNS News | “So it’s not always us–the policemen of the world.”
Zero Hedge | Tensions are running high in Sweden, the country with the highest per capita rate of sheltered asylum seekers.
RT | “Whoever wants to deploy such methods clearly wants to suspend the rule of law,” German police union GdP Jörg Radek, said.
Pamela Geller | Ceding the field to the newly importing jihad army. What choice do these girls have? Their government has sacrificed them to their Islamic masters, and their men are MIA.
Gateway Pundit | The ISIS Jayvee team claimed they shot down a US drone today.
Gateway Pundit | Staff members were forced to lock themselves in a room for protection.
Media Post | Matt Drudge has 8.5 billion combined page views.
Breitbart | Officials from the abortion giant Planned Parenthood are taking advantage of fears surrounding the Brazilian Zika crisis.
RT | Islamic State cells led by Chechen recruiter Akhmed Chetayev are planning terrorist attacks in Russia and Europe, Moscow’s National Anti-Terrorist Committee reported.
Sky News | The health ministry’s announcement comes after the World Health Organisation warns the virus is “spreading explosively”.
RT | Forty percent of Germans are apparently not satisfied with Chancellor Angela Merkel’s refugee policy and want her to resign, according to a recent poll.
AP | “It was just luck” the device did not explode and nobody was harmed.
RT | FedEx staff at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris have complained about security drills.
Sputnik | A 19-year-old Australian teenager was planning an attack on police with a kangaroo packed with explosives and painted with a Daesh symbol, local media reported on Thursday.