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Information Liberation| Hans was haunted by the memory of “watching packs of predators hunt helpless prey”.

Information Liberation | Israel may have tried to trick Syria into shooting down two civilian airplanes with their latest airstrike.

Sputnik | “The sin of congratulating and greeting the non-Muslims on their false festivals.”

Zero Hedge | At least 281 people have died and more than 1,000 people are still missing.

Voice Of Europe | A nativity scene in Ilford has been “destroyed by idiots”.

Daily Mirror | Police rushed to Brussels’ La Parisienne restaurant on Avenue Louise after three bullets were fired through the window – and have launched a manhunt for the gunman.

CNBC | Police say they had 67 reports of drone sightings, calling them credible, and had also recovered a damaged drone near the perimeter fence of the airport.

American Mirror | Everything seemed fine — until the giant wave crashed into a tent holding dozens of people and a band playing pop music.

Craig Murray | The secret to ending the strength of ISIS in Syria is not the continued presence of American troops.

Breitbart | The Danish parliament has given its approval to a new policy that will see criminal migrants placed on an uninhabited island before their deportation.

RT | Danish lawmakers have approved a government-backed proposal to make citizenship applicants shake hands with the official conducting the naturalization ceremony.

Sputnik | Police authorities in Morocco, Norway and Denmark are collaborating to establish the authenticity of a video clip of the suspects in the brutal slaying of the two female Scandinavian hikers swearing allegiance to Daesh*.

RT | Vladimir Putin thinks the US is right to withdraw its troops from Syria, but has expressed uncertainty about Washington’s announcement, noting that the US military has remained in Afghanistan for seventeen years.

CNBC | Putin has warned that the threat of a nuclear war should not be discounted and criticized the U.S.’ move to withdraw from an international nuclear treaty.

AFP | Islamists are suspected to have carried out the murder of two young Scandinavian women trekking in southern Morocco, one of whom was beheaded, a source close to the probe said Wednesday.

The Last Refuge | What the recording reveals is substantive.

Deutsche Welle | Authorities raided several buildings in the German capital as part of a larger terrorism probe. One imam is suspected of sending money to an Islamist fighter in Syria in order to carry out “terrorist criminal acts.”

Breitbart | Half of Sweden’s 300 Islamic State fighters have returned from the Middle East, but a survey has revealed several municipalities have little idea who among their residents are former fighters.

Zero Hedge | “Just because you put on a seat belt, doesn’t mean you have to crash the car.”

RT | A Swedish government agency for fighting social inequality has officially (and ironically) declared the feminist-oriented Statement Festival’s stated policy of barring entrance to “cis-men” to be an act of gender discrimination.

CTV | Originally starting in France, yellow vest protests have moved to Canada.

Breitbart | Migration Watch UK has suggested “immigration-driven population growth” is to blame for London’s status as the second-most gridlocked city in Europe after Moscow.

Sputnik | French intelligence services have not found any signs of Russia’s alleged involvement in the dissemination of false information related to the protests that are currently taking place in the country.

Zero Hedge | Fidesz remains incredibly popular in Hungary, and won an overwhelming parliamentary victory in elections earlier this year.

Zero Hedge | Poroshenko has continued to signal to the West that Russia could invade at any moment. 

Daily Mail | Tony Blair renewed his argument for calling a second Brexit referendum today.

Voice Of Europe | According to a recent Ifop poll, Marine Le Pen holds a large lead over Emmanuel Macron.

Sputnik | The recent grooming scandal in northern Finland involving migrant gangs has spurred a debate on harsher penalties for non-Finnish sex criminals, with the Interior Ministry proposing a crackdown referring to the “Finnish sense of justice”.

CNBC | President Donald Trump is facing pushback for saying he may intervene in a legal case involving the chief financial official of Huawei Technologies — if such a move would help Washington secure a trade deal with Beijing.

Paul Joseph Watson | Open letter says French citizens have another reason to “revolt”.

Voice Of Europe | Political leaders in Czech Republic have previously condemned Islam in strong terms.

CNBC | May won the leadership challenge by 200 votes to 117 votes against her.

Times Of Israel | Hundreds of security personnel join search for suspected gunman Cherif Chekatt, who may have crossed into Germany.

Daily Mail | No group has claimed responsibility but ISIS supporters have celebrated online.

Zero Hedge | Deutsche Bank analysts published an extremely timely update to its projected Brexit outcome odds that featured a decidedly bearish tilt.

Zero Hedge | Iranian media has quoted a senior Revolutionary Guards commander on Tuesday as confirming Iran had recently carried out a ballistic missile test.

RT | I believe that Act 5 of the citizen revolution in our country will be a moment of great mobilization.

Zero Hedge | European leaders are standing firm regarding their insistence that the deal on the table is the ‘best possible deal’ and won’t be open to renegotiation.

Breitbart | The Belgian government has split apart after Prime Minister Charles Michel ignored the objections of his ruling coalition’s biggest party and insisted he would sign the UN migration pact.

Voice Of Europe | UN Human Rights Chief Michelle Bachelet criticises the Danish government’s plan to place criminal migrants on a deserted island.

RT | Police have responded to a break-in at the Vancouver house said to belong to the husband of Meng Wanzhou, the detained Huawei CFO who says she is suffering from health problems in Canadian jail.

RT | Citing two sources, the BBC added that the word on the street is that the vote will be cancelled – though that has yet to be officially confirmed.

Zero Hedge | With only two days of debate left before Theresa May’s planned vote on her supremely unpopular Brexit plan, May’s government has never looked more vulnerable.

Breitbart | The French government expects the Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vest) protests in Paris this weekend could be more violent than ever, despite President Emmanuel Macron buckling on fuel tax hikes.

RT | Photos and videos of armored vehicles allegedly approaching Paris to be deployed during Saturday’s protests have appeared on Twitter.

Zero Hedge | In addition to the closure of the Eiffel Tower on Saturday, several Paris museums have announced that they won’t be open this weekend. 

Mike Shedlock | Congratulations are in order. France just topped Denmark as the most taxed nation.

Fox News | Macron has canceled a planned fuel tax increase after three weeks of nationwide protests.

RT | The ploy sparked a police probe and was likened to Nazi practices.

Sputnik | “Sometimes it feels like nothing can shock you, but this case certainly does.”

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