Y Net News | Times of London quotes Israeli and Russian sources as saying that Syrian leader has been helped by North Korea and Iran.
Prison Planet.com | Joel Skousen breaks down why North Korea is being allowed to maintain its present totalitarian regime.
London Guardian | GCHQ technicians watched as journalists took angle grinders and drills to computers after weeks of tense negotiations.
Irina Yarovaya | People who attempt to “whitewash Nazism” will face fines and long prison sentences under legislation put forward Friday by Russia’s ruling party.
London Independent | The Sellafield nuclear site in Cumbria has been shut to all but essential staff following “the detection of elevated levels of radioactivity”.
RT | Teaming up with NSA.
RT | Intelligence reports say there is a threat of a terrorist attack on US soil by an Al-Qaida-linked group based in Syria.
RT | Top-secret documentation collected by Pakistani field officers gives detailed information on 330 US drone strikes that have occurred in Pakistan since 2006.
RIA Novosti | Russia plans to create special cyber-defense units to protect the country against online warfare in the coming years, a senior military commander said Thursday.
London Guardian | No indication of how long Viktor Yanukovych will be on leave after statement on presidential website.
RT | The US National Security Agency spied on the communications conducted by other governments before and during the 2009 United Nations climate negotiations conference.
The Diplomat | Mearsheimer says a war between the US and China will be more likely than a US-Soviet one was during the Cold War.
London Guardian | Leonid Kravchuk urges deputies to act with ‘great responsibility’ before parliament vote on granting amnesty to protesters.
Want China Times | China has the ability to wipe Japan from the face of the Earth in ten years’ time.
London Guardian | Russian president dismisses EU decision to send envoy to Kiev: ‘The more intermediaries there are, the more problems there are’.
Jerusalem Post | Petraeus says that while Americans are wary of military interventions abroad, US is willing to use force to protect its interests.
RT | The operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant is erecting an underground wall of frozen soil.
Bill Gertz | Hypersonic strike vehicle test is high-tech arms breakthrough that will be difficult for missile defenses to counter.
Agence France-Presse | ‘Liberate’ them, then sell them weapons.
RT | Ukrainian Prime Minister Nikolay Azarov has submitted his resignation, according to his government’s website.
RT | Congressional lawmakers have quietly authorized sending small arms, an assorted variety of rockets, and financial backing to so-called “moderate” rebels.
Michael Snyder | Did you see Katy Perry’s performance at the Grammys? It was essentially an Illuminati-themed occult ritual.
YNet | Large blast strikes western Syrian port city according to Lebanese news websites. Palestiniain sources claim Israel behind attack.
Agence France-Presse | The US military launched a missile strike in Somalia on Sunday targeting a suspected Shebab militant leader, defense officials said.
Bill Gertz | Caucasus Emirate says Sochi strikes will include chemical weapons attacks.
Reuters | Public broadcaster ARD airs interview in which whistleblower says National Security Agency is involved in industrial espionage.
RIA Novosti | Ukraine’s justice minister has threatened to have a state of emergency declared in the country.
Business Insider | South Korea’s state news agency is reporting that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has ordered the execution of his uncle’s entire family, including children.
Zero Hedge | After the worst week for the market in over a year, the US knows the drill.
Daily Caller | “Know that a direct conflict with America is the strongest dream of the faithful and revolutionary men around the world.”
Xinhua | At least 49 people were killed and 247 others injured on Saturday during clashes.
Xinhua | UN mediator Lakhdar Brahimi confirmed Friday that neither the Syrian government nor the opposition is going to compromise.
Prisonplanet.com | David Knight uncovers what’s really behind the Ukraine riots.
The Telegraph | The Ukip leader says the ban on the guns was a “kneejerk” reaction and should be lifted.
Daily Caller | Developing countries like China and India will still use coal power.
RT | Three blasts hit Cairo on Friday, targeting police HQ, a metro station and a police station.
Zero Hedge | Washington’s treat obligations to its ally Japan mean it could be sucked into a conflict.
RT | Hackers claiming to be from the Syrian Electronic Army broke into CNN’s Twitter and Facebook accounts and one of the news channel’s blogs on Thursday.
RIA Novosti | Protecting Russia from potential missile attacks launched from the Arctic should be a key goal of increased Russian military presence in the region.
RIA Novosti | Police have been accused of using excessive force, while rioters have been seen throwing flaming Molotov cocktails at police lines.
RT | For three days in April 2013, two elite teams of 12 men each from the US Special Operations Forces carried out simulated missions into North Korea.
RT | A tense ceasefire was announced in Kiev on the fifth day of violence.
Brandon Smith | The rise of Mexican citizen militias in the Western state of Michoacan.
YouTube | RT’s correspondent Peter Oliver got caught in the middle of Kiev’s violent meltdown.
RT | Geneva 2 quickly descended into a war of words.
RT | An Al-Qaeda-linked group has issued new decrees restricting the personal freedoms of the Syrians in the areas under its control in Raqqa province.
Reuters | Former spy agency contractor tells magazine that attempt to link him to FSB are ‘absurd’.
RT | “It will keep people from forgetting he is a war criminal,” the bartender said.
RT | The UN has withdrawn an invitation for Iran to the January 22 Geneva 2 peace conference.
Zero Hedge | Time for yet another update of the complete “military and security developments involving the people’s republic of China”.