The Hill | Dark clouds are forming over the Iran nuclear deal as the calendar marches toward a May 12 deadline.
Voice Of Europe | A 32-year-old Syrian has set an apartment block alight in the German town of Leipzig. The man will be charged with arson and murder, Germany’s Bild newspaper reports.
Breitbart | The National Union of Teachers (NUT) has accused the chief of school inspectors of “Islamophobia” after she suggested veiled infants should be asked about why they feel the need to cover at such a young age.
RT | Beijing will not hesitate to take further countermeasures in case Washington decides to impose a new round of tariff hikes against Chinese goods, with China’s ambassador to the US promising a swift and “proportional” response.
Sputnik | “If you want to have an arms race we can do that, but I’ll win,” Trump said.
CNS News | Pope Francis claims that Hell does not exist and that condemned souls just “disappear.”
Daily Mail | No sooner than President Trump had secured his first major trade deal, the U.S. leader said he could hold it up for awhile.
Breitbart | More than three-quarters of EU citizens say that Europe’s external borders should be better protected.
Breitbart | Swedish Education Minister Gustav Fridolin visited Hungary this week telling the Hungarian government and ruling Fidesz party to stop using Sweden as an example of failed mass migration policies.
Zero Hedge | The four images, provided by Planet Labs for Reuters confirms the Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning joined the annual naval war drill earlier this week.
RT | A motorist has attempted to hit soldiers, who were jogging near an army base in southern France, local media reported. The car then fled the scene and authorities launched a manhunt.
Information Liberation | Boris Johnson has been point blank lying about the degree of certainty Porton Down scientists have about the Skripals being poisoned with a Russian “novichok” agent.
Daily Caller | “As the Director of the FBI, I am committed to ensuring that the Bureau is being transparent and responsive to legitimate congressional requests.”
Breitbart | According to the report, the number of fatal violent crimes totalled 113, up from 106 in 2016.
Sputnik | “The behavior of the British authorities raises many questions.”
AFP | British MPs renewed a demand on Tuesday to interview Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg.
Voice Of Europe | Participants of a march against Merkel’s immigration policy in Kandel have been attacked by Antifa counterprotesters.
CNS News | Switzerland hasn’t suffered a mass shooting in the last 17 years, yet, civilian gun ownership is commonplace.
GEFIRA | The speed with which the German population is shrinking seems to be even too much for the statisticians of Destatis, the official German bureau of statistics.
Daily Mail | The EU could step in to force the break-up of Google, the bloc’s competition commissioner warned today.
Breitbart | The Swedish parliament has voted to stop recognising child marriages despite parties from the governing coalition, including the Social Democrats, seeking some exemptions.
Voice Of Europe | The mayor of The Hague, Pauline Krikke, was robbed in her own city earlier this month.
RT | Tragically, some reportedly had left their children unattended in one of the mall’s cinema halls or at the playground.
The Hill | Presidential historian Jon Meacham on Friday said President Trump’s decision to name John Bolton as National Security Adviser “raises the stakes for military action around the world.”
Voice Of Europe | Officially, polygamy is banned in Germany but several cases have already reached the surface.
Mac Slavo | The Chinese military appears to be bracing itself for a major war. The country just unleashed their new unmanned super tanks that are powered by artificial intelligence.
RT | In case pupils in the UK don’t understand the headlines on Russia and its president, a special publication for kids explains how “toxic Putin” is poisoning the West.
Voice Of Europe | German and Austrian intelligence services report that ISIS increasingly focuses on “lone wolves” for deadly attacks in Europe.
Sputnik | The drop in the number of baptisms is seen as part of the overall trend of Swedes leaving the church; immigration hasn’t reversed this trend, as most hail from non-Christian countries.
RT | China is readying itself for a trade war with the US as Washington reportedly plans to announce new measures against Beijing within days.
WSJ | Both countries tout this week’s meetings as reflection of growing ties between Washington and Riyadh.
Breitbart | Four men “of African descent” have been arrested on suspicion of subjecting two Dutch tourists to a “horrifying” three-hour gang rape ordeal, local media reports.
Zero Hedge | Diehl also told lawmakers that the BND considers talks between North and South Korea a positive step.
Sputnik | Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov commented on the situation in Eastern Ghouta and the poisoning of Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal.
Breitbart | Around 80 illegal migrants and far-left activists from the group Coordination des Sans-Papiers (CSP 75) protested the new law holding up banners, Le Parisien reports.
Sputnik | Islamist terrorists in the eastern suburbs of Damascus may stage new chemical attacks in the war-plagued country amid the ongoing ceasefire and the general stabilization of the situation.
Sputnik | “It could be easily determined that it [the poison] was not ‘cooked’ in Russia.”
RT | Incumbent Russian leader Vladimir Putin has secured a landslide victory in the presidential election with over 99% of the ballots counted.
RT | Russian President Vladimir Putin has dismissed allegations that Russia was behind the early March poisoning of former double-agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury.
CNBC | The legislation, known as the Taiwan Travel Act, came into effect Friday after President Donald Trump signed the bill.
Zero Hedge | Germany’s populist, anti-immigrant AfD Party placed third in the recent elections, but judging by some recent by the newly-formed German government, they may as well have won.
Daily Mail | Boris Johnson says Britain believes Putin himself ordered ‘hit’ on ex-spy.
Breitbart | Police officers investigating the Telford grooming gang scandal, possibly the largest in UK history, were sent an internal memo telling them “in most cases the sex is consensual”.
RT | Russian nuclear-powered submarines conducted an exercise near American military bases with the objective of avoiding detection.
Reuters | New Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said Islam does not belong to Germany and set out hardline immigration policies in an interview published on Friday, as he sought to see off rising far-right challengers.
Daily Mail | Military says rocket weighs 200 tonnes and can carry up to 16 nuclear warheads.
Breitbart | The European Union has threatened countries with limiting the issue of work and travel visas if they refuse to take back failed asylum seekers and illegal migrants.
Voice Of Europe | A 27-year-old Belgian mother of two has been stabbed to death in her home in the Belgian city of Herentals.
Westmonster | The child grooming epidemic in Telford is so bad that some people will simply up sticks and leave the area if they have a daughter because they think it’s so likely she’ll be abused.
The Sun | Link between the ‘strangled’ Kremlin critic and the former KGB agent blamed for the Polonium poisoning raise more questions over death.