ABC.net.au | Police in Stockholm called in reinforcements after rioters set cars and a school ablaze in a fifth night of rioting.
Mac Slavo | In April of this year researches studying the H7N9 bird flu virus in China advised global governments to get prepared for the worst case scenario.
RT | Youth gang riots in the Swedish capital Stockholm have entered fifth straight night.
Reuters | Witnesses said heavy handed policing made the situation worse. Locals in Husby said they were taunted by police who shouted “ape”.
Daily Mail | Lagarde questioned by magistrates over claims that she had squandered €403 million of taxpayers’ money in an illegal deal.
Paul Joseph Watson | London attack boosts “clash of civilizations” narrative.
bbc.co.uk | Police in the deprived, largely immigrant suburb of Husby shot a man dead last week.
csmonitor.com | Russia’s new tone of leadership on Syria is driven by momentum on the battlefield for Bashir al-Assad’s forces.
Paul Joseph Watson | Footage of Pontiff causes controversy.
Global Research News | Vehicle’s licence plate corresponds to that of the Israeli military.
Wall Street Journal | Rioting was caused by anger over fatal police shooting of an elderly man in the area.
Daily Mail | It is not known when they were arrested or where a trial took place.
Paul Joseph Watson | White House openly seeking to arm terrorists in Syria.
Reuters | Police fired teargas and shots into the air to disperse some 500 stone-throwing protesters, some of whom set fire to cars.
Haaretz | The Syrian army is deploying advanced surface-to-surface missiles aiming at Israel in the aftermath of the alleged Israeli strikes, The Sunday Times reports.
US News & World Report | Last publicly reported drone strike was one month ago.
Al Jazeera | Twin bombings strike mosques in Malakand district of northern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province killing at least 12.
News.com.au | South African police said they had launched a series of murder inquiries after 23 males died
RIA Novosti | According to colleague, he was once a star intern for a prominent Middle East expert at a top Washington think tank.
CNS News | Both CIA and State Department officials pressed for the removal of all references to al-Qaeda and previous terror activity in Libya.
Reporters Without Borders | At the same time, the website of the ruling Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE) continues to be fully accessible.
Bloomberg | “…we should be spending the next period improving the EU and improving our relations with the EU and putting that to the British public in a referendum.”
bbc.co.uk | Briefly detained in Moscow for allegedly trying to recruit a Russian intelligence officer.
Gulf News | Expected to form government without alliance with rivals.
kyodonews.jp | Incident prompted Japan to telephone China’s minister to Japan to lodge a protest,
debka.com | Ground forces moving along the Golan border with Syria.
Daniel McAdams | It appears that two powerful car bombs have gone off in Reyhanli.
Want China Times | Set to be used by the PLA Air Force and Navy Air Force for combat missions, but also for tracking and reconnaissance purposes.
Reuters | Two Dutch citizens suspected of involvement in a $45 million global cyber heist.
Express.co.uk | In the wake of the Savile sex abuse scandal, Lawyer Barbara Hewson says search for pedophiles is a “grotesque spectacle.”
Douglas J. Hagmann | What we are seeing is both deadly serious and under-appreciated by most Westerners.
Paul Joseph Watson | Fighters being treated in field hospitals and sent back to front lines.
The Washington Examiner | Gregory Hicks told Congress today that a State Department official began criticizing his job performance, and he was ultimately demoted.
online.wsj.com | Shift comes after Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel’s trip last month to the Middle East.
The Telegraph | Will soon become reality for all European Union countries whether inside or outside the euro…
dailymail.co.uk | Plan for the UK to authorize the Europe for Citizens scheme which aims to ‘develop understanding of the EU’.
telegraph.co.uk | Confidential paper sets out case for two “options” allowing Britain and France to start arm official Syrian opposition.
Paul Joseph Watson | “The next three, four months, we probably have the capability to do it”.
Paul Craig Roberts | The new president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, is cast in Chavez’s mold. On May 4, he called US president Obama the “grand chief of devils.”
Xinhua | Suspected Boko Haram sect attacked security formations in the Nigeria troubled northeast Borno State.
thehill.com | Senate Foreign Relations Chairman introduced bill that would provide arms to vetted rebel groups.
Lew Rockwell Blog | The interventionists for some reason never suffer criticism or loss of reputation when their lies are exposed.
AFP | Police said only 6,000 were present at the start.
Paul Joseph Watson | Firebrand radio host plans to attend protest, but will UK government let him in?
Jurriaan Maessen | Press-secretary of newly appointed head of the Swedish social-democratic party admitted to a UK-based Bilderberg in early June.
Tony Cartalucci | So-called “red line” both drawn and then crossed by US-Saudi-Israeli axis and their terrorist proxies.
AFP | Security service said the incident was not political in nature.
zerohedge.com | Incident should permanently put to rest the debate as to whether Assad’s air defense is capable of standing up to external threats.
BBC | Up to half a million protesters gathered in the city, where rioters set fire to shops and vehicles as police fought to contain them.
Sky News | Nigel Farage claims a “sea of change in British politics” as his UK Independence Party marks its strongest electoral performance.