Washington Post | Russia took a shot at the Obama administration for what he called “double standards.”
Daily Caller | It took Turkish police more than two weeks to find the suspect.
Zero Hedge | Introducing the DroneGun.
London Independent | Outgoing president persuades Oman to take quarter of remaining prisoners.
Washington Examiner | President-elect Trump believes more countries are going to leave the European Union and thinks the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is now obsolete, he said in an interview with German newspaper Bild.
Breitbart | “The World Economic Forum is listening to Donald Trump.”
London Independent | Dozens of people have been arrested so far in connection to Istanbul shooting claimed by Isis, but suspect remains at large.
Breitbart | Paris attacker Salah Abdeslam has said he’s “not ashamed” of himself, and receives love letters in prison from women “who want to carry his child”.
Sputnik | In the early hours of Friday morning, the Syrian Army reported that Israel had carried out missile strikes.
RT | Russia and China will be taking further “unspecified” countermeasures to the US plan to deploy an anti-missile system in South Korea, according to Chinese news agency, Xinhua.
London Independent | Far-right French leader has praised Donald Trump but President-elect’s team says he has no plans to meet her.
Daily Mail | WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will agree to be extradited to the United States to face possible espionage charges if President Obama grants clemency to military document leaker Chelsea Manning.
Sputnik | “The authors of this information operation try to make people think that it is Russia which prevents the resolution of the Syrian conflict.”
RT | “When you see the situation in Washington, I think they are not willing, those who lost the election, to accept the new president whose name is Trump.”
Reuters | Divided societies, rising populism and fears for the world’s climate top the list of risks facing politicians, central bankers and business leaders gathering in Davos next week.
RT | The biggest risks to doing business worldwide do not involve Brexit, terrorism or populism, according to the latest report released by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
RT | “Russia more than anything wants to establish its role in the global world order,” said Tillerson.
Michael Snyder | A draft of the summary statement that will be released at the conclusion of the 70 nation conference in Paris on Sunday has been leaked.
TheAntiMedia.org | “The next five years will see rising tensions within and between countries,” said the report.
Bloomberg | Hungary plans to crack down on non-governmental organizations linked to billionaire George Soros now that Donald Trump will occupy the White House, according to the deputy head of Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s party.
Reuters | “There are no circumstances…not even the best possible trade deal, investments, support which would justify taking a step that would violate the dignity of Mexicans to such an extent.”
The Gatestone Institute | A significant part of the British Muslim community is becoming a separate “nation within a nation.”
RT | More than 20 civilians were killed in a B-52 strike carried out by the US on the Idlib province in Syria on January 3, according to Russian Chief of the General Staff Valery Gerasimov.
Daily Caller | Iranian-supplied rockets killed as many as 15 U.S. troops per month in Iraq in the summer of 2011, and Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis had a plan to retaliate.
RT | The move comes as Russia begins reducing its military presence in Syria.
RT | We are living in society’s twilight years.
Sputnik | It seems that Washington is coming to terms with the fact that Donald Trump managed to win the 2016 US presidential election all by himself.
London Independent | The intelligence community is expected to release a declassified report to the public on Monday.
UK Express | SEX ATTACKERS who openly assaulted scores of women in Germany wanted to give Europeans the message they “cannot protect” women, it has been claimed.
Breitbart | The events of the night were described as “quiet” by police in a statement, and as “normal” by a spokesman for the city government.
RT | Austrian authorities are investigating an unprecedented number of sexual assaults.
London Telegraph | Vandals in France torched 945 parked cars on New Year’s Eve in an arson rampage that has become a sinister annual “tradition”.
UK Mirror | Almost 20 women claim a group of 10 men were grabbing the breasts and groins of the victims in the main square of Innsbruck.
London Guardian | Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu says authorities know the identity of man suspected of killing 39 people in New Year’s Day attack.
Sputnik | Last month, the brutal four year battle for Aleppo ended, and the Syrian government began the enormous task of rebuilding the city.
Zero Hedge | Turkish jets have carried out a number of airstrikes against suspected ISIS group positions in Syria.
Information Liberation | It really doesn’t get any clearer that this mass migration is in fact a hostile invasion, one which is likely to end in civil war.
RT | The two were taken into custody at the airport’s international flights terminal.
CNS News | “North Korea just stated that it is in the final stages of developing a nuclear weapon capable of reaching parts of the U.S.,” Trump tweeted.
Sputnik | Turkish state media on Tuesday revealed a video of the suspected perpetrator of the deadly terrorist attack at Istanbul’s Reina nightclub.
Michael Snyder | When Barack Obama betrayed Israel at the United Nations, that put a curse on our nation.
American Mirror | The boy’s name is Trump Hassan Jamil, to be exact.
Breitbart | Across Germany, migrants from North Africa have been setting ‘traps’ for staff in prisons by “greasing” doors handles, floors, and other surfaces.
Information Liberation | A Muslim migrant of Tunisian origin was arrested on New Year’s Eve with a shotgun, bomb making materials and a collection of fake IDs in his car, but the German media has chosen to ignore the story.
RT | A special commission in the northern German city of Braunschweig will investigate over 300 cases of fraud committed by asylum applicants.
Zero Hedge | The absence of a deployed U.S. Navy aircraft carrier, long seen as a symbol of American power projection, is noteworthy.
London Independent | Police chief defended detention of 650 North African men saying ‘their characteristics were such that potential crimes could indeed be expected’.
London Independent | ‘They are trying to create chaos, demoralise our people, and destabilise our country with abominable attacks that target civilians,’ says the Turkish leader.
Reuters | Monitors and rebels reported almost immediate clashes, and violence appeared to escalate later on Friday.
Reuters | “We believe these steps are important because Russia is not going to stop.”