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London Independent | The Foreign Office is “urgently” investigating the reports.

London Guardian | The Department for International Development would be a more appropriate agency to help provide emergency medical aid.

Reuters | Islamic State fighters have seized more than a third of the Syrian border town of Kobani.

Michael Snyder | There are some who believe that the next great financial crash will not begin in the United States.

London Guardian | Jim Kim demands $20bn fund and says ‘we failed miserably’ as cases in Spain and US fuel fear of western pandemic.

RIA Novosti | The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has been flying its planes over Iraq since Sunday but has not participated in an armed airstrike so far.

London Independent | The likely fall of Kobani to the Islamic militants has huge implications for Turkey, which has ignored its Kurdish minority’s pleas to help fellow Kurds in Syria.

London Independent | Four people in Spain are in hospital after a nurse tested positive for the virus on Monday.

Michael Krieger | Leon Panetta is pretty much the epitome of a status quo insider.

RT | Kurdish forces are readying for battle.

Tony Cartalucci | As usual with reports from the Western press, the deception can manifest itself just as much from what is omitted as from what is actually said.

Jerusalem Post | The incident occurred at the Parchin military compound, not far from the Iranian capital, according to the Iranian Students News Agency.

Tony Cartalucci | Iran as a Documented Precedent.

Reuters | Called for people to use the name he has taken since converting to Islam, Abdul-Rahman Kassig.

RT | Syrian Kurds have echoed the warning of a British military official, claiming that airstrikes against ISIS are not enough to defeat it.

London Guardian | Isis fighters have pushed to the edge of Kobani and evade western strikes, says spokesman for Kurdish fighters.

RT | An alleged policy plan of the Islamic State outlines some chilling, if unrealistic, plots of the would-be terrorist state.

Ron Paul | After 13 years of war in Afghanistan – the longest in US history – the US government has achieved no victory.

London Guardian | Turkey orders troops to border but refuses to intervene to repel brutal jihadist advance as refugees report atrocities.

London Guardian | Demonstrators say they will stay put as Monday deadline approaches, but offer to open access lanes.

London Telegraph | Government urged to put pressure on Gulf leaders into tackling extremism by strangling the funding of terrorist networks and the religious ideology that fuels them.

UK Daily Mail | The brother-in-law of murdered hostage Alan Henning rounded on the Government yesterday, saying they could have done more to save the aid worker.

Prison Planet.com | ISIS Beheads British hostage Alan Henning – Promises to Behead American Peter Kassig.

Prison Planet.com | Paul Joseph Watson talks with Syrian Girl about what has actually been happening in Syria with regards to ISIS and the airstrikes.

Reuters | Journalists will need official permission to cover many aspects of the Ebola outbreak in Liberia, under new rules that the government said aimed at protecting patient privacy.

The Hill | “We are seeing them change their posture.”

Michael Thomas | They care not about democracy … nor freedom from oppression … nor gaining independence from tyranny.

Tony Cartalucci | This latest turmoil is but one part of a greater ongoing campaign by the United States to contain and co-opt the nation of China.

Weekly Standard | After freelance crew member tests positive for Ebola.

Prison Planet.com | Paul Joseph Watson talks with Gerald Celente about the current geopolitical climate and the current ISIS situation.

Tony Cartalucci | The US State Department through a myriad of organizations and NGOs is behind the so-called “Occupy Central” protests in Hong Kong.

Tony Cartalucci | The goal of the US in Hong Kong is clear – to turn the island into an epicenter of foreign-funded subversion with which to infect China’s mainland more directly.

New American | The Obama administration is boosting its collaboration with the self-styled “law enforcement” partner of the United Nations known as Interpol.

NY Times | Nearly 40 years ago, Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger mapped out secret contingency plans to launch airstrikes against Havana and “smash Cuba.”

CNS News | “We do not really know what is happening, all we know is that people are very afraid.”

USA Today | Without more specialized troops, he said, the U.S. mission against the Islamic State will fail.

Washington’s Blog | Top Muslim Leaders Worldwide Say ISIS Is Not Really Islamic.

Washington’s Blog | Has the U.S. Egged On the Protests?

London Independent | The Iraqi army, plagued by corruption, absenteeism and supply failures, has little chance against Islamist fanatics.

Prison Planet.com | Does not see any reason why they shouldn’t send in Saudi ground troops if necessary.

RT | Obama in an interview with CBS called the country a “ground zero” for international jihadists.

New American | Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Army General Martin Dempsey said “a large ground force” might be needed to defeat ISIL.

Reuters | A Twitter account run by an Qaeda member said the leader of the al Qaeda-linked Khorasan group was killed in a U.S. air strike in Syria.

Zero Hedge | A treasure trove of black oil.

The Hill | Prime Minister David Cameron says strikes in Syria would be lawful on the basis of protecting neighboring Iraq.

UK Daily Mail | Taliban fighters have beheaded 15 civilians in battles for control of a key district near Kabul in a chilling echo of the brutality meted out by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

Reuters | Air strikes, believed to have been carried out by U.S.-led forces, hit Islamic State and other Islamist groups in eastern Syria early on Saturday, a monitoring group said.

The Hill | The FBI and the Pentagon said on Thursday that they did not know exactly how close the Khorasan group was to an attack on the U.S.

The Hill | The U.S. military is carrying out an average of five strikes a day against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) since the campaign began in August, according to the Pentagon.

RT | The FBI believes it has identified the masked Islamic State militant responsible for beheading Westerners in ISIS videos.

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