Muslim Press Claims Saudi King Hospitalized for Dementia
Thought to have Alzheimer’s or dementia.
by Ahlulbayt News Agency
Russian missiles 'hit IS in Syria from Caspian Sea'
Syrian ground troops have launched an offensive under Russian air cover.
by BBC

Bishop escaped abuse charges after MPs and a royal backed him, court told
Peter Ball was first accused in 1993 by a vulnerable young man of sexual exploitation.
by Sandra Laville
Report: Vatican Gay Lobby Stages "Coming Out" of Senior Priest
Gay lobby clashes with Marxist Jesuits for control of Catholic church.
by Leo Zagami

Brzezinski: Obama Should Retaliate if Russia Doesn't Stop Attacking U.S. Assets
“In these rapidly unfolding circumstances the U.S. has only one real option if it is to protect its wider stakes in the region…”
by Nick Gass
No Borders Activist Gang Raped By Migrants
Reporting the crime would set back their struggle for a borderless world.
by Liam Deacon

TPP Will Restrict Internet, Punish Whistleblowers
Provisions will stop journalists from reporting crimes exposed by whistleblowers.
by Kurt Nimmo
A Useful Prep-Sheet on Syria for Media Propagandists
“We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality.”
by Gary Leupp

Russian Jets Strike IS Command Centre In Syria
Moscow releases new footage of a warplane attack, as the Defence Ministry says 18 airstrikes have been conducted since last night.
by Sky News

Documentary Asks: What’s So Hard to Believe About China Harvesting the Organs of Living People?
First sustained examination of Chinese communist regime’s practice of organ harvesting.
by Larry Ong
Russian Foreign Minister: Western Strikes in Syria are Illegal Under UN Charter
Russia conducting military action in Syria at request of Syrian President

Russian Air Force in Syria deploying over 50 planes & choppers – Defense Ministry
The airstrikes on Wednesday night targeted four Islamic State facilities, Russian official says.
by RT
U.S. Death Squad Boss Criticizes Russia’s Effort to Eliminate ISIS in Syria
So-called “rebels” in Syria are indistinguishable from ISIS.
by Kurt Nimmo

China Limits Overseas Cash Withdrawals For Its Citizens
Latest attempt to stop money flooding out of the country.
by CNN Money
Puerto Rico Vows to Fight Corrupt Cops as Frustration Grows
10 police officers arrested Tuesday for allegedly stealing drugs and cash, planting evidence and taking bribes.
by AP