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Daily Mail | North Korea has blasted China for ‘stomping on a red line’ in relations and said Kim Jong-un has no plans to give up his nuclear weapons.

Sputnik | Russia will finish off Daesh, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov promised.

AFP | Russia, Iran and Turkey on Thursday signed an agreement on setting up four safe zones in Syria that the United Nations described as a promising step to wind down the brutal six-year war.

Washington Free Beacon | French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen had eggs thrown at her while on the campaign trail in Brittany on Thursday.

Information Liberation | The Washington Post ran a column on Wednesday pushing for the US government to punish Hungary’s right-wing government for trying to kick out George Soros-funded NGOs.

Daily Mail | Bad tempered TV debate with presidential rival Macron who labels her ‘a parasite’ living off of people’s anger.

Breitbart | The German government has launched a 10-point planlaying out the nation’s “leading culture” for migrants, defending “patriots” and insisting Germany is “shaped by Christianity” and “is not the burqa”.

Breitbart | French Presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron this week lashed out at Front National voters, branding them “anti-France” and “true enemies”.

Zero Hedge | Earlier this morning we reported that according to Korea Times, China had allegedly sent North Korea what amount to a final warning over its military provocations.

London Independent | President Ramzan Kadyrov denies homosexuals are being persecuted saying: ‘You cannot detain and persecute people who simply do not exist in the republic’.

AFP | The stakes are high.

Korea Times | The Chinese Embassy in North Korea has advised Korean-Chinese residents to return home amid concern that the North’s military provocations may trigger a U.S. attack on the North, according to a source.

Reuters | North Korea accused the United States on Tuesday of pushing the Korean peninsula to the brink of nuclear war.

CNS News | The monthly tally is still the second smallest this fiscal year.

Sky News | The system, set up on a converted golf course, fuels residents’ fears they will be a target for Pyongyang retaliation.

RT | US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross delivered the controversial comments while speaking at the Milken Institute Global Conference on Monday, according to Variety.

Reuters | The U.S. State Department issued a travel alert for Europe on Monday, saying U.S. citizens should be aware of a continued threat of terrorist attacks throughout the continent.

AFP | North Korea warned Monday that it will carry out a nuclear test “at any time and at any location” set by its leadership, in the latest rhetoric to fuel jitters in the region.

London Independent | The count is far below that of outside monitoring groups.

AP | German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived on Sunday in Saudi Arabia.

Westmonster | The Polish government have hit back at French Presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron’s blatant threats, describing his comments as “unacceptable”.

Mike Shedlock | Recent opinion polls for round two of the French election on May 7 show Emanuel Macron with 59-60% and Marine Le Pen 40-41%.

The Sun | Battalions of female soldiers took part in the nation’s biggest-ever live firing exercise this week.

CNN | Police in London say they have foiled a second active terror plot in 24 hours, after arresting six people in raids across the British capital and southeast England.

Sputnik | With the time ticking for the presidential runoff in France, experts told Sputnik that it is still too hard to say for sure who will have the upper hand on May 7.

Reuters | President Donald Trump complained on Thursday that U.S. ally Saudi Arabia was not treating the United States fairly.

London Independent | Muslim convert declared that he was waging jihad in revenge against Western military action in the Middle East.

Daily Caller | The Syrian government was supposed to relinquish its chemical weapons arsenal in 2014 under a deal promoted by the Obama administration.

Zero Hedge | Israeli strikes have hit an arms depot operated by the Lebanese Hezbollah group near Damascus airport, Syrian opposition sources told Al Jazeera.

RT | A German Army officer arrested on suspicion of plotting an attack had procured a firearm and registered himself as a Syrian refugee, prosecutors said.

Sputnik | Western mainstream media have started vigorously blaming Russia of attempting to orchestrate a cyberattack on Macron’s campaign.

McClatchydc.com | The current defense architecture “is sufficient to protect Hawaii today, but it can be overwhelmed.”

Washington Free Beacon | Senior lawmakers on Tuesday rejected President Donald Trump’s declaration that the United States has “no role” in Libya.

Mac Slavo | Unlike his predecessors, Trump’s latest moves suggest he is prepared to commit U.S. forces to North Korea.

Finian Cunningham | The final head-to-head election next month is shaping up to be a repeat of the 2002 presidential contest.

LA Times | An unarmed intercontinental ballistic missile will be launched Wednesday from Vandenberg Air Force Base to test the weapon’s effectiveness, accuracy and readiness, according to the Air Force Global Strike Command.

Daily Mail | A US warship has been forced to change course and fire warning flares by an Iranian attack boat that raced towards it with its weapons manned.

London Independent | Watchdog director likens move to ‘making an arsonist the town fire chief’.

Reuters | “I think her campaign was too laid-back.”

Reuters | North Korea conducted a big live-fire exercise on Tuesday to mark the foundation of its military.

RT | Four men who punched and tied a mentally ill Iraqi refugee to a tree in Germany last year walked free from court after a judge found them not guilty.

Daily Caller | North Korea’s ballistic missile program has suffered several setbacks in recent weeks. Multiple North Korean missiles have blown up shortly after launch, leading some to suspect sabotage.

Sputnik | She added that the run-off will be “a referendum for or against uncontrolled globalization.”

Reuters | Suspected Taliban insurgents set off a car bomb at a US-operated base in Afghanistan, according to officials.

RT | The French establishment and leading EU politicians, including Francois Hollande and Federica Mogherini, have rushed to praise Emmanuel Macron.

Breitbart | “Mr. Comey’s defenders regard this as one of the untold stories of the Clinton investigation.”

Yonhap | A former Korean-American professor was arrested in North Korea last week, becoming the third U.S. citizen to be detained by the communist country as of late, according to sources Sunday.

Kit Daniels | Upheaval: Establishment parties in France ELIMINATED in first round.

RT | “It’s obvious that false information about the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government is being used.”

RT | “I do not see a role in Libya,” Trump said.

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