Reuters | Hackers could post documents, some of which might be falsified, that are designed to create public perceptions of widespread voter fraud, the officials said.
Paul Joseph Watson | Claims Moscow plans to march into Baltic states.
The Sun | Jihadis are caught on the run disguised in women’s clothing.
Gatestoneinstitute.org | A growing number of Germans are abandoning neighborhoods in which they have lived all their lives.
NY Post | “We have real pictures of children being harmed, but this one specifically is a forged one,” Assad said.
Christian Post | Persecution watchdog group Open Doors has found that at least 743 Christian refugees living in camps in Germany were attacked by Muslim refugees in 2016.
Louder With Crowder | Most people can agree Pakistan doesn’t know how to do things – like be a successful nation. The terrorism and third world country-ness gives it away.
Zero Hedge | “In this venue, your honours, in this venue, I announce my separation from the United States,” Duterte told Chinese and Philippine business people.
UK Express | GERMAN migrants are hitting out at Angela Merkel’s open door immigration policy and the influx of NEW migrants saying it has wrecked their standard of living.
UK Express | DISABLED people in Britain are put through “inhumane” “degrading” tests just to get vital funds to live on – while basic checks on even the ages of foreign migrants are ruled out as “intrusive”.
RT | “She doesn’t like Putin because Putin has outsmarted her at every step of the way.”
Daily Sheeple | So the lines are drawn. Will the US and NATO attack Syria or its President and start a war? We will all know within two weeks.
Information Liberation | The shameless propaganda is real.
Daily Mail | Facial recognition software suggests some may be THIRTY EIGHT years old.
Daily Caller | The Clinton Foundation invited the prime minister of Kosovo to the 2011 Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting knowing full well that he had been implicated in a human organ trafficking scheme.
The Sun | Royal Navy prepares to scramble fleet.
UK Express | A SWEDISH council wants to give ISIS fighters state-financed driving licenses and housing grants to stop them from committing acts of terrorism.
AP | WikiLeaks said unspecified “contingency plans” were in place and its Twitter account was still active Tuesday.
RT | A Danish newspaper has deleted a post claiming that migrants kidnap Danish girls for sex after the story became one of the most viral in local media.
London Telegraph | The Home Office has no way of verifying the age of child refugees being brought to the UK, it has emerged amid concerns that adults are posing as minors to gain access to Britain.
UK Express | GERMAN police have arrested a 19-year-old Moroccan migrant on suspicion of raping a 90-year-old woman who had been attending a church service.
Daily Mail | Turkey has warned the world will be plunged into a global conflict with America and Russia on opposing sides if the war in Syria cannot be resolved.
Daily Mail | Brother of Syrian ISIS bomb plotter found hanged in German jail vows to come to Europe as a refugee to avenge his sibling.
Zero Hedge | As election day looms in America, it appears the writing that Vladimir Putin drew on the wall just a few short months ago is coming to fruition.
Michael Snyder | Between right now and January 20th, 2017 is a real “pressure point” for U.S. relations with Israel.
UK Express | TERRIFIED students have barricaded themselves in their classrooms after dozens of German schools were threatened with warnings of mass-shootings.
Daily Mail | Tensions between the US and Russia are escalating to their worst levels since the Cold War as it was suggested that both sides are preparing for conflict.
Reuters | One set of options includes direct U.S. military action such as air strikes on Syrian military bases.
Sky News | President Assad compares the involvement of Russian and Western allies in the Syrian conflict to the Cold War.
RT | Human Rights Watch has accused the Saudi-led coalition of war crimes following an airstrike on a funeral in Yemen, which left at least 110 dead and over 600 wounded.
AFP | State television threatens the West with nuclear weapons, the Kremlin halts a disarmament treaty, the army warns of shooting down US jets.
Information Liberation | Video out of Germany shows an African migrant threaten to murder a ticket inspector for questioning whether he has a legitimate boarding pass.
CNN | It’s not a new Cold War. It’s not even a deep chill. It’s an outright conflict.
Sputnik | Clinton used to voice positive wordings in regard to Russia and its President Vladimir Putin in 2013-2014.
Mac Slavo | Got nuclear war?
Daily Mail | French president Francois Hollande has admitted the country ‘has a problem with Islam’ and warned France’s national symbol will one day by a woman in a burka.
Michael Krieger | There’s an ongoing humanitarian disaster happening in one of the poorest countries on earth — Yemen.
RT | International efforts to help Haiti following the 2010 earthquake have come under scrutiny recently, specifically those involving the Clinton Foundation.
Zero Hedge | The Russian government is concerned about the optics of having children of the Russian political elite being educated abroad.
Fox News | Clinton’s State Department — tried and failed to make him the scapegoat for a 2011 covert weapons program to arm Libyan rebels that spun out of control.
Breitbart | Some criminals are seeing violent extremism as a form of redemption for their crimes.
Sputnik | Despite Swedes’ reputation as a peaceful and mild-mannered people, confiscations of batons at Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport have exploded in 2016, Swedish state broadcaster SVT revealed.
RT | The pictures of the US jets were posted by a Canadian journalist last week on his Twitter account.
RT | France has no-go zones where police can’t intervene and work safely, police unions say, adding that criminals are under no law there and can attack citizens.
Zero Hedge | “We need to renew dialogue.”
Daily Caller | Clinton sent the email on August 17, 2014 to Podesta.
AFP | Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev warned on Monday that the world has reached a “dangerous point” as tensions between Russia and the United States spike over the Syria conflict.
Sputnik | A Pentagon spokesman speaking to Reuters suggested that the attack came from territory controlled by Houthi militants.
Michael Snyder | While most Americans are focused on the endless circus surrounding Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, a drama of earth-shattering importance is playing out behind the scenes.
Louder With Crowder | Apparently Tim “Creepy Uncle” Kaine should have prepared better.