CNS News | The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) on Monday praised the man responsible for a 17-hour siege at a café in Sydney.
New American | The United States now finds itself allied with Iran in the battle to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Sky News | A Scottish nurse who has contracted Ebola after working in Sierra Leone is taken to London’s Royal Free Hospital.
RT | Western powers want to find common ground with Russia and end their confrontational approach over Ukraine.
Reuters | The U.S.-led coalition launched 18 air strikes against Islamic State on Monday, including 12 in Syria and six in Iraq, the Combined Joint Task Force said in a statement.
Business Insider | Looking especially tasteless in light of the airline’s own recent tragedy.
London Independent | Prime Minister calls for the truth as electrical fault revives memories of Chernobyl.
Zero Hedge | ISIS has taken to social media to ask how the first captured Jordanian pilot should die.
Truth Revolt | Iran on Saturday claimed it has deployed a “suicide drone” for the first time.
RT | US and coalition airstrikes against the Islamic State in Syria have killed nearly 1,200 people ‒ including 52 civilians.
Maram Susli | US supplied TOW anti-tank missiles have ended up in the hands of Jabhat Al Nusra, Syria’s branch of Al Qaeda.
Pamela Gellar | Stabbing Christians is not all Muslims were busy with in Germany.
Reuters | The five injured people were taken to hospital for treatment of injuries ranging from smoke inhalation to lacerations.
Sputnik | The vice defense ministers of the United States, South Korea and Japan are going to sign a trilateral deal.
RT | Japanese prosecutors are expected again not to indict senior executives.
RT | Currently, there is hardly any information available about the new missile system because it was developed in secrecy.
Reuters | Russia said on Wednesday NATO was turning Ukraine into a “frontline of confrontation”.
BBC News | France is to step up police and military patrols in areas frequented by the public following recent attacks, Prime Minister Manuel Valls has said.
Daily Caller | White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest is the one keeping them secret.
RT | The investigators used a polygraph during the interview, which showed no evidence of the witness lying.
Reuters | South Korea boosted cyber security at the country’s nuclear power plants on Tuesday.
BBC News | Ukraine’s parliament has voted to drop the country’s non-aligned status and work towards Nato membership.
Sputnik | A Ukrainian jet took off carrying air-to-air missiles and returned without them on the day MH17 crashed.
RT | Russia’s Investigative Committee is to investigate a Russian newspaper report.
Reuters | Russia’s government has pushed the country into an economic crisis by not tackling its financial problems fast enough.
London Telegraph | Claims emerge of a complex web of child abuse at the heart of government, as leading MP in campaign for justice hands list of 22 names to police.
BBC News | South Korea’s nuclear plant operator is to conduct drills testing its ability to withstand a cyber-attack, after a data leak and threats from a hacker.
RT | N. Korea has demanded an apology from the US for “recklessly” circulating an unsubstantiated rumor.
Sky News | At least 11 people are injured after an attacker, described as “unbalanced”, repeatedly drives into passers-by.
Reuters | North Korea has said U.S. accusations that it was involved in a cyberattack on Sony Pictures were “groundless slander.”
The Hill | Russia on Saturday mocked the latest round of U.S. sanctions imposed over its interference in Ukraine.
RT | US President Barack Obama has authorized sanctions against individuals and entities operating in Russia’s Crimean peninsula, according to the White House statement.
RT | The White House is considering relisting North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism.
UK Daily Mail | Chilling questions raised over secretive island as more disturbing allegations emerge over UK’s role in CIA torture.
Gateway Pundit | ISIS has found a new way to fund their jihad.
Sputnik | The United States plotted the coup which took place in Ukraine in February 2014 in response to Russia’s policy in Syria.
RT | A bankrupt businessman has driven a car containing gas cylinders into the headquarters of Spain’s ruling People’s Party (PP), which he blames for his misfortune.
Washington’s Blog | Obama Knew Drone Strikes Were Counter-Productive, But Did It Anyway.
Bill Gertz | Five commando units trained for strikes, sabotage.
Sputnik | Eight children, aged between 18 months and 15 years were found stabbed to death on Friday in Cairns, Australia.
Washington Free Beacon | China carried out a long-range missile flight test on Saturday.
Ron Paul | I have a better suggestion if the US truly wants Cuba to become a free and prosperous country…
NY Times | American officials have concluded that North Korea was “centrally involved” in the hacking of Sony Pictures computers.
RT | Western nations want to chain “the Russian bear,” pull out its teeth and ultimately have it stuffed, Russian President Vladimir Putin warned.
AP | ‘Isolation has not worked,’ Obama said in remarks from the White House. ‘It’s time for a new approach.’
Tony Cartalucci | Hundreds of trucks a day carrying billions of dollars in supplies, flowing into Syria and directly into the hands of the so-called “Islamic State” (ISIS).
Eric Zuesse | The world is more nervous about the drift toward nuclear war between the U.S. and Russia than at any time since 1962’s Cuban Missile Crisis.
Zero Hedge | Islamic State militants are launching bombs containing live scorpions as the latest terror weapon in Iraq.
RT | No end seems to be in sight for the plight of the Russian ruble.
Variety | The Sony hackers have threatened a 9/11-like attack on movie theaters that screen Seth Rogen and James Franco’s North Korean comedy.