Zero Hedge | Meet Daphne Caruana Galizia, the journalist who led the Panama Papers investigation into corruption in Malta.
Breitbart | The European Union funded project “Respect Words” has released guidelines for journalists telling them not to talk to “extremists” about illegal mass migration.
The Last Refuge | Had this been any other president and this would be leading the nightly news.
Paul Joseph Watson | Oasis icon repudiates political correctness.
Paul Joseph Watson | Calm before the storm?
Daily Mail | Wildfires have killed at least 35 people.
Zero Hedge | Austria’s young conservative star, Sebastian Kurz, is now assured of becoming the country’s next leader.
American Mirror | Boos could be heard coming from on-lookers.
Daily Mail | ISIS fighters have released a new propaganda photo featuring the bullet-ridden faces of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin on shooting targets.
RT | An investigation by CNN has discovered that suspected Russian actors allegedly used the popular augmented-reality game Pokemon Go to sow discord and fuel racial tensions.
Zero Hedge | It is expected to arrive in region in the coming weeks amid fears North Korea is about to test another missile or nuclear weapon.
Truth Revolt | Chancellor Merkel sticks to her open doors policy and offers “shelter to those who deserve it.”
Breitbart | Czech president Miloš Zeman has said Europeans should “have the courage to invest in our own guns” in order to guard against international terrorism, like millions of U.S. citizens have.
Truth Revolt | Merkel’s cabinet minister “ready to discuss” Islamic holidays in Muslim-dominant regions.
Mac Slavo | Russia’s new combat suit is getting a major upgrade
Reuters | The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday threw out an appeals court ruling that struck down President Donald Trump’s previous temporary travel ban.
Breitbart | A Muslim woman jailed over the 2008 London tube bomb plot was subsequently given a high-flying job with a local council and even featured on the authority’s magazine front cover.
Bloomberg | North Korea is preparing to fire multiple short-range rockets around the opening of the Chinese Communist Party’s twice-a-decade congress on Oct. 18, a South Korean daily newspaper reported.
Nigel Farage | Theresa May is now the EU’s Stepford Wife: subservient and submissive to their every whim.
BBC News | Hackers from North Korea are reported to have stolen a large cache of military documents from South Korea, including a plan to assassinate North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un.
Zero Hedge | Spain’s D-Day is here.
Information Liberation | President Donald Trump’s wild man talk on North Korea is purely strategic, according to a report from Axios last week.
Breitbart | Migrants of a “non-Western origin” are massively overrepresented in Denmark’s benefits system, according to new figures from the Ministry of Employment.
AFP | Moscow warned on Monday there would be “negative consequences” if US President Donald Trump fails to uphold the landmark Iran nuclear deal negotiated by his predecessor.
Daily Wire | The “soldiers of Allah” who promised to be martyrs aren’t being fed or paid.
RT | “We are hopeful that the United States does not make this strategic mistake.”
RT | After hours of discussion, Angela Merkel’s CDU and its Bavarian CSU sister party have made a breakthrough in the fight over the refugee ceiling issue, agreeing to cap Germany’s intake of asylum seekers at 200,000 a year.
Daily Mail | ISIS is still saying it carried out the Las Vegas massacre after making a new claim that gunman Stephen Paddock converted to Islam six months ago.
Breitbart | A “crude” petrol bomb has been discovered planted beneath a lorry belonging to a French-Swiss cement firm.
Information Liberation | Japanese economics commentator Takaaki Mitsuhashi warns his fellow countrymen not to follow in the footsteps of Sweden and open their borders, lest it lead to their destruction.
Sputnik | “I’m going to screw all you people, I’ll even screw your mother later on. I live in your country and I’m going to screw it,”
London Metro | Police and prosecutors are at the scene, according to a source close to the investigation.
CNS News | Russian President Vladimir Putin in a surprise admission Wednesday said that in the early 2000s, then-North Korean leader Kim Jong-il told him personally that his regime had an atomic bomb.
Breitbart | A Premier Inn in Hemel Hempstead put out a job advertisement this week which specified applicants were required to speak Romanian.
Information Liberation | “Not only has he never been convicted of corruption — his name isn’t even brought up in any graft scandal.”
RT | A global strike to disarm North Korea would be possible, yet its outcome uncertain, as it is a “closed state,” Russian President Vladimir Putin stated.
Speisa | Feminist artist and writer Ulla Lundegård can not understand why it is so outrageous that Muslim men bring several wives when they come to Sweden.
RT | The president of Catalonia has said he will put the results of the independence referendum, deemed illegal by Madrid, into effect by next week.
Reuters | ISIS continues to claim that Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock is linked to their organisation, despite explicit denials from the FBI.
RT | An explosive device was found and deactivated, according to a judicial official.
Zero Hedge | The Catalan rebellion escalated on Tuesday.
London Guardian | Panicked commuters force open doors and spill on to tracks after man wearing rucksack recites Bible verses.
RT | Spanish authorities prevented people from voting in a very hostile manner, but not only people who want independence, but also those who wanted to vote ‘No’.
London Telegraph | Catalonia’s government said 90 percent of those who voted in an unauthorised independence referendum chose to split from Spain.
NDTV | A knifeman killed two women at the main train station in the French Mediterranean city of Marseille on Sunday in an attack claimed by the ISIS, before being shot dead by soldiers on patrol.
Westmonster | A Somalian refugee has been charged with five counts of attempted murder after a man with a ISIS flag in a car in Edmonton, Canada drove at pedestrians and stabbed a police officer.
London Independent | Move follows intense international pressure on China to act to rein-in its neighbour.
Sputnik | Russia is developing radio-electronic weapons, which use a powerful UHF impulse capable of destroying all electronic equipment miles away and even changing the course of a war.
UK Express | THE prospect of World War three between the US and North Korea is now a “real possibility” and Britain would have to act immediately, experts have warned.
Information Liberation | A hugely popular pro-gun, pro-family, “far-right” traditionalist and nationalist may become Brazil’s next president.