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Pepe Escobar | U.S. will be progressively squeezed out of Eurasia.

Fox News | France’s deadliest attack in decades.

CNN | French authorities “lost interest” in radical Islamic militants, according to CNN.

Washington’s Blog | Ukraine completely torn apart.

RT | Another enormous march to take place in Paris on Sunday.

L.A. Times | Police say she may have helped in taking hostages.

RT | Blogger called for an end of religion domination over public life.

Washington’s Blog | Stakes are too high not to negotiate peace.

NBC News | Denmark’s other major newspapers have all republished cartoons.

Washington Times | Majority of recent jihadi attacks perpetrated by ‘lone wolves’ on easy prey.

New York Times | Britain and the United States have been campaigning publicly against pressure to rein in their surveillance operations.

Reuters | MI5 boss warns strike on United Kingdom highly likely.

Tina Nguyen | May have traveled to the Middle East to train with terrorist cells.

Associated Press | Blogger hit with massive fines, violence and jail time.

Xinhau | Boko Haram continues reign of terror throughout the region.

The Independent | Stunt follows yesterday’s ‘terrorist attack’ at French satirical magazine.

Reuters | “Europe needs to wake up and recognize that it is under attack from Russia.”

Sputnik | Suspect said that at the time of the attack he was in lycée in Charleville-Mezieres.

Associated Press | Children were out collecting wood for fire.

BBC | Two men seen getting out of minibus and walking away shortly before it exploded.

New York Times | Critics say WHO chief let governments around the world steer the agency to fit their own needs.

RT.com | “The ritual ranged from dismembering people they intended to kill to sometimes serving up the heart…”

Prison Planet.com | Bomb threat arrives after Paris attack.

Malay Mail | Charges related to “propaganda for a terrorist organization”

Zero Hedge | This weekend saw another “mysterious” bombing raid.

Wtop | Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula is warning Americans that they’ve been working long and hard on a new tool to attack the U.S.

London Guardian | American threats to retaliate for Russian development of new cruise missile take tensions to new level.

RT | The chilling slogans and a flagrant demonstration of nationalist symbols during the neo-Nazi march in Kiev reminded the Czech President Milos Zeman of Hitler’s Germany.

New American | U.S. military engagements in the decades since World War II have often been characterized by their expansive nature, a development commonly called “mission creep.”

Zero Hedge | Slowly but surely Europe is figuring out that as a result of the western economic and financial blockade of Russian, it is Europe itself that is suffering the most.

Sputnik | Buckingham palace denied on Monday the reports suggesting that Queen Elizabeth II met Virginia Roberts.

BBC News | North Korea has described new sanctions imposed in response to a major cyber-attack against Sony Pictures as part of a hostile and inflammatory US policy.

Washington’s Blog | We’re In the Longest Continuous Period of War In U.S. History.

Financial Times | Deaths outnumbered births in Japan last year by the widest margin on record.

New American | How the Anti-ISIS Alliance Built ISIS.

CNBC | The U.S. government tightened sanctions on North Korea in retaliation for the devastating cyberattacks against Sony, the White House said Friday.

RT | The bodies of 30 victims of the AirAsia Flight QZ8501 plane crash have been recovered.

RT | Madrid’s Atocha train station has been evacuated after a man threated to blow up himself. Atocha is the biggest train station in Madrid and the primary railway station for commuter trains for the city.

London Independent | Only eight bodies have been recovered from the crash.

RT | Saudi Arabia’s national airline carrier is planning to introduce gender segregation aboard its flights following complaints from passengers.

Mashable | Islamic State militants in Mosul have reportedly contracted Ebola.

Sputnik | Kim Jong Un said the North-South relations needed a “big change”.

Zero Hedge | It was a good year for those long ‘beheadings’.

Sputnik | “The body was not wearing a lifejacket.”

Sputnik | A body from the AirAsia crash which was recovered by an Indonesian search and rescue team was found wearing a life jacket.

RT | The armed coup in Kiev is painfully similar to CIA operations to oust unwanted foreign leaders in Iran, Chile and Venezuela, said the US filmmaker.

NY Post | A barbaric, bear trap-like device called a “biter” was used by ISIS to torture a breastfeeding mother in Syria, a report said Tuesday.

BNO News | It’s the region’s worst episode of mass murder in more than 135 years.

Daily Mail | Rescue workers searching for the doomed AirAsia flight 8501 have recovered six bodies from the Java Sea.

London Independent | The patients, who have not been identified, are being tested as a precaution.

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