Washington Times | Emergency responders said it began with an “involuntary” explosion of shells.
BBC | Security forces arrived within minutes of vehicle exploding at the UN office.
Washington’s Blog | Americans, Britons, French, Turks Oppose War Against Syria.
Reuters | Largest protest in Brazil in 20 years.
Global News | Couple finds a 400-year-old skeleton and authorities charge them for assessment.
London Guardian | Leaked documents reveal Russian president was spied on during visit, as questions are raised over use of US base in Britain.
USA Today | Iran has more than 50 million eligible voters, and turnout in Friday’s election was believed to be high.
BBC | There was a major security presence for an anti-G8 protest in Belfast.
AFP | William and his wife the Duchess of Cambridge, who are expecting their first child in July, are yet to visit India.
RIA Novosti | US government report concluding Syria has used chemical weapons against rebels is a fabrication, a senior Russian lawmaker said.
Paul Joseph Watson | President has violated section 1021 of act he signed into law.
Lew Rockwell Blog | A light at the end of the tunnel has appeared for the Obama regime: his old friend war!
RT | Alternative media brings a platform to disillusioned voters around the world.
Hartford Courant | Checkpoint lasted for six hours.
Natural News | Fast food chain remained for a decade, despite losses every year.
Reuters | Protester: “We have no democracy here, we have what Putin calls sovereign democracy. That means there is democracy for them, not for us.”
Business Insider | Snowden estimated there were hundreds of targets in Hong Kong and mainland China.
The Guardian | More than 100 officers involved in the stand-off.
Wall Street Journal | Protesters continue resistance against authoritarian government.
AFP | Hundreds of police stormed the Istanbul’s Taksim Square and bulldozed makeshift barriers erected by demonstrators.
VOA News | Violence in Iraq has escalated in recent weeks, raising concern of a return to widespread sectarian attacks.
RT | The exercises will last for 12 days and will also involve some 3,000 Jordanian and 500 British troops.
Daily Caller | Canada has its own Big Brother.
New York Daily News | Long pattern of killings by the Taliban of young people.
nytimes.com | North Korea appears to step back from the hard stance it took towards South Korea earlier this year.
The Guardian | Top-secret directive steps up offensive cyber capabilities to ‘advance US objectives around the world.’
rian.ru | Officials in Moscow push for drug tests while accusing coalition forces in Afghanistan of sustaining drug trade.
foxnews.com | EU pledges more big brother behavior.
independent.co.uk | Image of tyranny is now viral.
BBC | No arrests have been made but police have set up roadblocks and are searching for the suspects.
Reuters | Fire engulfed a chicken processing plant in rural northeast China.
jpost.com | Turkish protestors resisting tyranny in fifth day of violent government suppression.
CBC News | Brad Wall keen to pick Henry Kissinger’s brain on China.
mirror.co.uk | Protests against the authoritarian Turkish government.
dailymail.co.uk | School say student should have abandoned unarmed teenager and found an authority figure.
Daily Mail | Protests erupted again today against Turkey’s conservative government.
The Indian Express | Britain’s cash-for-questions row on Sunday got murkier as it claimed the scalp of three peers who were accused of carrying out parliamentary work for money offered by undercover reporters.
National Post | New change to Criminal Code makes it illegal to wear a mask at a protest likely to be challenged in courts as limiting freedom of expression, experts say.
bilderbergfringefestival.co.uk | Keynote speakers David Icke and Alex Jones to address crowds in front of Bilderberg Conference venue.
VOA News | Witnesses say thousands of demonstrators flooded the site as police lifted barricades around the park.
Metro.co.uk | Catalonia firefighters were starting fires rather than putting them out this week during a demonstration held in Barcelona.
Telegraph.co.uk | British citizens will pay for Bildeberg security
Syria Report | A shocking report from pan-Arab TV station Al-Jadeed reveals America’s Republican Senator, John McCain, visited kidnappers of Lebanese pilgrims.
foxnews.com | A staggering 100,000 Christians are killed annually because of their faith.
Infowars.com | Singapore expanding media censorship to on-line news sites.
Associated Press | IMF supports managing director under criminal investigation.
Paul Joseph Watson | Senator meets with America-hating, Al-Qaeda terrorists.
BBC | Raises fears of a return to the levels of sectarian violence seen in 2006 and 2007, in which thousands died.
cnn.com | Fears were growing in Britain Monday of a surge in Islamophobia.
bbc.co.uk | Defence Minister Jean Yves Le Drian told reporters that he had been targeted because of his profession.