AFP | The woman alleges she was “forced to have sexual relations” with Prince Andrew.
Mac Slavo | The powers that be have all-but-officially designated the American people as their enemy in a foggy battleground.
DailyMail.co.uk | Closed-door talks will focus on migration issues.
International Business Times | A person has reportedly been beheaded at a shopping mall in Yan’an, China.
Moscow Times | Officials to scrutinize retailers’ pricing policies and act against unjustified markups.
Al Jazeera | Ukrainian soldiers allegedly assaulted after hundreds of Russian troops crossed into country in violation of truce deal.
Newsmax | Badawi received 50 lashes on Jan. 9 in the first of 20 weekly sets of public whippings.
Kit Daniels | NATO ally shipping missiles to al-Qaeda in Syria.
WND | Obama runs guns to terrorists.
AFP | Had accused President Cristina Kirchner of obstructing a probe into a 1994 Jewish center bombing…
Washington Post | Only one thing missing from this state-of-the-art Ebola treatment center: Ebola patients.
Bloomberg | Crude prices to rise gradually in the second half of 2015…
Press Trust of India | Part of measures to counter terrorism and improve security…
Sputnik | “We are not Charlie, we are Kouachi,” screamed the protesters in reference to the two brothers.
Reuters | Unrest continues as globalists split country apart.
AFP | Police said “concrete threat” called for would-be “assassins to mingle among the protesters…”
The Guardian | Duke of York understood to be deciding on whether to make speech at Davos forum over alleged ‘sexual relations’ with 17-year-old linked to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Reuters | “…around 30 adults, most of them herders, and 50 young girls and boys aged between 10 and 15 years were abducted.”
The Daily Beast | ISIS “has not any lost any key terrain,” according to analysts
Judicial Watch | Gitmo alum who once led a Taliban unit has established the first Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) base in Afghanistan.
RT.com | Data prompts red alert over possible attacks, including in NATO and the West, by so-called “sleeper cells.”
Daily Mail.co.uk | Farmer had lost a ‘large amount’ of earnings after land was taken.
AP | Concerns that the grave could become a shrine for extremists…
The Guardian | Protection stepped up across Europe – with UK police on highest alert level ever – in wake of series of terrorist incidents.
Sputnik | Muslims compromise 2% of Italian population.
South China Morning Post | The interweaving of problems concerning graft and politics has seriously undermined communist rule and the ruling party’s unity, says a People’s Daily commentary.
Reuters | Soldiers to train jihadist Syrian rebels to fight jihadist Islamic State.
Sputnik | Meanwhile Obama opens the borders for everyone.
Financial Times | Oil price plunge has stoked worries over global growth.
AFP | 1,400 Syrians sought refuge in Brazil last year.
Fox News | Globalist NGO lays groundwork for Africom invasion.
Adam Kredo | Top Jewish org petitions EU to permit Jews to carry guns.
Sputnik | Lawmaker fuels new Cold War.
Kyodo News | Poison gas was brought into Okinawa in 1962 under President Kennedy.
The Verge | Rights groups fear expanded surveillance as French prime minister calls for ‘exceptional’ responses to terrorist attack.
Japan Times | “genuine calls are dwindling and response to such calls have been swift…”
Channel News Asia | Bodies discovered floating in shallow tributary of India’s Ganges near cremation area.
Sputnik | Newspaper received “it’s your turn” threat.
Korea Times | Sanctions typically hurt the public more than the targeted government.
RT | We are in a new Cold War.
Sputnik | Saudi Arabia lowering oil prices to bankrupt Russia.
South China Morning Post | Mainland regulators say people will be able to have nicknames – they will just have to register them with website administrators first.
RT | Rating group to rival Moody’s, S&P and Fitch.
The Wall Street Journal | Problem, reaction, solution.
Voice of America | The art of drawing can simplify a complicated world.
The Telegraph | Was the attack perpetrated by the government?
Prison Planet.com | Evidence reveals CIA, FBI complicit in allowing Paris shooting to happen.
Reuters | To build a snowman was to create an image of a human being, an action considered sinful under strict interpretation of Sunni Islam…
International Business Times | Yanukovych fled Ukraine as violence broke out in Kiev’s Independence.
AFP | Crossed into Syria on January 8, according to phone records.