Sputnik | The Turkish government’s war against PKK militants in the southwestern part of the country has turned out to be a deadly crackdown.
RT | “Migrants from the third or fourth generation turn openly against our society and have been willing to use violence or to justify it has to do with our policy,”
Fria Tider | A football tournament for unaccompanied asylum seekers in Jamtland culminated Sunday in a giant fight.
London Independent | Conservative MP David Davis also reveals Russia stepped back from bombing over peace talks critcism
Steve Watson | Clinton told Egyptian PM “We know the attack in Libya had nothing to do with the film”.
Speisa | Among job seekers at the Employment Service in Malmö, ISIS has openly tried to enlist Muslims to join the terrorist group.
RT | Some 60 asylum seekers have taken part in a massive fight at a refugee center in the Swedish town of Brannberg. Staff at the center were forced to escape the premises, local police said.
RT | China has accused the US of “sabotaging regional peace”.
UK Express | BRUSSELS has effectively banned Dutch MPs from discussing their country’s historic referendum result because it is exposing the EU’s undemocratic core and boosting calls for a Brexit.
Daily Mail | Passengers on board a flight from Paris to Bilbao were so frightened for their lives during a ‘terrorist scare’ that many phoned home in tears to ‘say goodbye’.
Michael Snyder | This is what ISIS is doing to thousands upon thousands of women in Iraq and Syria, and some of their victims are as young as nine.
Sky News | Germany’s intelligence agency says it has “no information” about claims internet articles about the site were found in a flat.
Fox News | Critics claim the reluctance is a calculated move to hide Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the attacks that killed almost 3,000 people.
Sputnik | The Russian Defense Ministry stated that all Russian flights were completed in accordance with international standards.
Daniel McAdams | They no longer even try to appear logical in their quest to overthrow the Syrian government.
Speisa | The damages will cost DKK 1.3 million to repair.
The Local | First the Air France hostesses didn’t want to wear veils when getting off the plane in Iran, now gay stewards don’t want to go to a country where homosexuals could face the death penalty.
Louder With Crowder | She is being charged with insulting the country and its leaders through verbal assault.
CNBC | Soros also claimed that a humanitarian catastrophe is unfolding in Greece.
RT | Many people have lost trust in “entire institutions, whether national or European,” EU parliament Chief Martin Schulz says.
RT | A Syrian refugee has admitted to setting fire to a German shelter where he was staying.
UK Express | TEACHERS working in predominantly Islamic parts of Brussels have claimed the majority of their students refer to the Paris and Brussels attackers as “heroes”.
Truth Revolt | It’s now the largest ISIS branch outside Iraq and Syria.
Sky News | Just over half of Muslims in Britain think homosexuality should be illegal, a survey has revealed.
London Telegraph | Video has emerged of a Saudi footballer having his hair cut on the pitch mid-game.
RT | Failing to plan for the aftermath of the US-led military intervention in Libya was President Barack Obama’s worst mistake during the eight years in the White House, Obama himself confessed to US media.
UK Express | A MUSLIM extremist group which calls for the deaths of members of a minority sect has allegedly claimed a south London mosque as its overseas base.
London Independent | The terror cell which carried out the Brussels bombings last month had been planning to launch a new attack on Paris, the Belgian prosecutor has said.
RT | Islamic State militants have killed 175 workers who were captured at a cement factory situated to the east of Damascus, Sputnik Arabic reported, citing its sources.
Sputnik | The United States has repeatedly lent indirect support to Daesh in Iraq, according to Iraqi journalist Muntazer al-Zaidi.
Breitbart | Europe is abolishing itself and “it is an illusion” to think the continent can cope with the recent wave of mass migration, the editor of a Swiss magazine has warned.
UK Mirror | Edward Snowden calls on British people to rise up and demand David Cameron quit as Prime Minister.
RT | Washington is behind the recently released offshore revelations known as the Panama Papers, WikiLeaks has claimed, saying that the attack was “produced” to target Russia and President Putin.
UK Express | THE Netherlands has delivered a crushing blow to Brussels in a referendum widely seen as a barometer of feeling towards the EU in the increasingly Eurosceptic country.
Patheos | For the first time this year, and the first time in several months, an atheist has been slaughtered in Bangladesh.
AP | The Mexican army says it has discovered almost an acre (0.37 hectares) of opium poppies growing in the township of Ensenada, near the U.S border.
RT | The EU border agency’s annual risk analysis warns of terrorists using illegal migrant flows to enter Europe.
RT | Secretary of Defense Ash Carter is seeking “practical updates” to the Pentagon’s organizational framework established in the 1970s.
Zero Hedge | There appears to be a war brewing between Wikileaks and ICIJ over what “information” will be released next.
Truth Revolt | “The U.S. would not be able to do a damned thing.”
Daily Mail | In case they are shot by US secret service agents.
Sputnik | German authorities estimate that the number of undocumented migrants currently staying in the country amounts up to 500,000 people, local media reported Tuesday.
Chris Menahan | To the left, victimhood is an asset and serves as an instant claim to fame.
Louder With Crowder | Why would Muslims leaders lose “their status” if they spoke out against violence?
Reuters | Three passenger boats return migrants from Lesbos, Chios.
Sky News | As the first boats arrive in Turkey, migrants are rescued trying to cross the Aegean to Greece – a sign they remain undeterred.
Zero Hedge | One of the more prominent names featured in the Panama Papers disclosure is that of Iceland’s Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson.
New American | The Chinese are hard at work to develop a new battle cruiser.
Inquisitr | Female flight attendants employed by Air France are absolutely furious about new dress code policies that will be enforced when flights resume from Paris to Tehran next month.
The Hill | President Obama on Friday criticized Iranian leaders for undermining the “spirit” of last year’s historic nuclear agreement, even as they stick to the “letter” of the pact.