Daily Mail | A woman has died and another person is injured after an man deliberately drove a stolen van into two bus stops during morning rush hour in Marseille, southern France.
Sky News | Pyongyang says US drills with South Korea are “reckless behaviour driving the situation into the uncontrollable phase”.
Sputnik | The business people warned that killer robots could become “weapons of terror.
Zero Hedge | If everything is so awesome over there, why are Chinese authorities cracking down so hard on what seems like utter panic to get cash out of the onshore market?
Zero Hedge | Some of the Chinese soldiers carried iron rods and stones, and in the melee there were minor injuries on both sides.
Sky News | One person was killed and police said they suspected those in the house were “preparing an explosive device”.
Westmonster | Startling revelation that poses further challenges for European security.
Westmonster | Numbers have more than tripled this year.
Michael Snyder | I know that the headline sounds over the top, but this has actually been confirmed by German intelligence and by the mainstream media.
Mcclatchydc.com | Are tensions cooling in the Korean Peninsula?
The Gatestone Institute | Spain is on track to overtake Greece as the second-biggest gateway for migrants entering Europe by sea.
Michael Snyder | On August 21st, approximately 25,000 U.S. troops will join “tens of thousands” from the South Korean military to conduct a “major military exercise”.
Reuters | “Wrong actions have had a large, negative influence on bilateral military ties and mutual trust.”
The Hill | “Until somebody solves the part of the equation that shows me that ten million people in Seoul don’t die in the first 30 minutes from conventional weapons, I don’t know what you’re talking about.”
The Hill | Vows to prove Russia did not leak him documents
Daniel John Sobieski | If there is anything positive about the crisis about North Korea, it is that we don’t have a President Hillary Clinton dealing with it.
Brandon Smith | If war takes place in North Korea then it is likely they will use a nuclear device somewhere in retaliation.
Reuters | Japanese jets conducted air manoeuvres with U.S. bombers southwest of the Korean peninsula on Wednesday.
Sputnik | The US strikes in Syria without investigation prove that Idlib chemical attack was staged, Syrian deputy foreign minister Faisal Mekdad said on Wednesday during a press briefing in Damascus.
Westmonster | Not quite what the ‘economic experts’ predicted a year ago.
Westmonster | More than 600,000 Syrians who fled their home because of war have returned, according to the UN’s International Organisation for Migration (IOM).
Zero Hedge | “The big question is how many they have and whether the Ukrainians are helping them now. I’m very worried.”
ISN Security Watch | Jack Thompson and Oliver Thränert argue that President Trump´s administration is laying the groundwork for the U.S. to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.
Zero Hedge | China will absolutely not sit by and watch.
Daily Mail | Vows to ‘wring the windpipes of the Yankees’ if the US persists in its ‘extremely dangerous reckless action’.
Mac Slavo | According to state run propaganda media, North Korea is on standby to launch a missile at the mainland United States.
Zero Hedge | Between North Korea’s constant nuclear test provocations and the recent “fire and fury” comments by President Trump, concerns about nuclear conflict are re-ignited around the world.
The Strategic Culture Foundation | The former Soviet republic of Moldova may actually become yet another foothold for the US military in Europe.
RT | Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has detained ISIS-linked terrorists who were planning attacks on the Moscow public transport system and other crowded places in Moscow.
Daily Mail | Tensions with the US continue to escalate
Washington Free Beacon | President Donald Trump Thursday said he wanted to thank Russian President Vladimir Putin for reducing his payroll by firing U.S. embassy staff in Moscow.
Breitbart | An Iraqi Christian refugee has warned lawmakers that Islamic asylum seekers want to take over Austrian society and without legal intervention, they could succeed in two decades.
Zero Hedge | “Ready to fight tonight”.
American Mirror | Maxine Waters thinks America should try to meet North Korea’s demands before we resort to war, according to an interview with gossip site TMZ outside a swanky L.A. steakhouse.
Fox News | Fact: The United States and its allies in the Asia-Pacific would demolish North Korea in any conceivable military scenario.
The Sun | Cops detained Renad Bakiev in the southern city of Adana after he was reportedly spotted scouting Incirlik Air Base.
CNN | One official said the employees could have suffered permanent hearing loss as a result.
Breitbart | The Italian government has released photographic evidence which they claim shows the German migrant rescue NGO Jugend Rettet cooperating with people smugglers off the Libyan coast.
Sputnik | The Pentagon has prepared a contingency plan to launch a preemptive strike against North Korea.
Westmonster | Sickening attitudes towards white women.
Washington Free Beacon | “He’s not going to contain the threat. He’s going to stop the threat.”
Sputnik | The US-held Pacific island of Guam is currently not in any danger, the island’s governor, Eddie Baza Calvo, said following North Korea’s statement on possible strikes.
RT | The increase in nuclear submarines means an increased risk of potential nuclear accidents, according to nuclear authorities.
Sky News | The driver is on the run after driving his BMW into troops, injuring six, in what officials say was “an odious act of aggression”.
RT | China has pledged to sacrifice its own economic interests.
SHTFplan.com | People living in the West have given up a lot to satisfy their government’s concerns over terrorism.
Information Liberation | Video out of Italy shows armed military police get swarmed by a gang of angry migrants while attempting to arresting a suspect in Naples.
Washington Free Beacon | The Islamic State has begun posting Syrian children outside of car bomb factories as part of an attempt to stave off U.S.-led coalition airstrikes, according to the Pentagon.
AP | The tower was briefly evacuated.
The Sun | Kim Jong-un demands ‘justice’ for Donald Trump trying to ‘isolate and stifle’ his country.