Japan’s PM ‘Fighting Against Time’ to Free Hostages
“We’ll make an all-out effort and use every diplomatic route that we have developed to win the release of the two.”
by Elaine Kurtenbach
First Book Written in Gitmo Unveils Bare Truth Behind Notorious Prison
Men held for years at Gitmo without charges.
by Sputnik

​British jihadist stabs man who insulted Prophet, boasts of escape to Syria
“Anyone who insults Mohammed deserves death.”
by RT
$200M ransom demand a sign of ISIS' financial desperation, say experts
“They set themselves up to run a government.”
by Cristina Corbin

1st Charlie Hebdo issue since Paris attacks sells out in NY
“We’re trying to get more, but I don’t know how many or even if we’ll get more.”
by Verena Dobnik
Report: Turkey's Prime Minister Caught Arming al-Qaeda, ISIS
NATO ally shipping missiles to al-Qaeda in Syria.
by Kit Daniels

Generals Conclude Obama Backed al-Qaeda
Obama runs guns to terrorists.
by Jerome Corsi
ISIS poised at Lebanon border threatening an attack from Syria
Hundreds of rebel fighters join terrorist group.
by The Independent

Group says satellite images show destruction of Nigeria villages by Boko Haram
Globalist NGO lays groundwork for Africom invasion.
by Fox News
Individual Questioning Of Possible Boston Bombing Jurors To Begin
Latest phase of jury selection in the trial of cccused marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
by Mike Hayes

Neocon Falls for Press TV Misattribution, Attacks Ron Paul
Sloppy journalism by Iranian news service gets Weekly Standard in a lather.
by Kurt Nimmo
Ohio Man Arrested for Alleged ISIS-Inspired Plot on US Capitol, FBI Claims
FBI “informant” notified the agency that Cornell was allegedly voicing support for violent “jihad” on Twitter accounts.
by Pierre Thomas, Jack Date, Mike Levine and Jack Cloherty

Boko Haram terrorists gaining strength in Nigeria
Nigerian troops have complained about inadequate weapons and supplies.
by Christopher Snyder
Robo-wings: Military drones that mimic hawks and insects
A defense agency is working on a surveillance robotic hawk that could fly through an urban combat jungle at 45mph.
by Peter Shadbolt

ISIS release new footage claiming to show a child executing two Russian 'spies'
Lack of evidence of injuries shown in the video suggests the execution may be staged.
by Sara Malm
Radical cleric Choudary calls Charlie Hebdo cover ‘act of war’
Cleric says Muslims do “not believe in freedom of speech.”
by RT