Service door to Argentinian prosecutor’s home not fully locked
New findings raise questions over death of Alberto Nisman, who was found shot dead after alleging terrorist attack ‘cover up.’
by AP
Israeli Mossad Goes Rogue, Warns U.S. on Iran Sanctions
Mossad says new Iran sanctions bill would tank Iran nuclear negotiations.
by Josh Rogin, Eli Lake

Cuba and US open historic talks in Havana
Closed-door talks will focus on migration issues.
by AFP
China beheading: Two dead in brutal knife attack at Yan'an city shopping mall
A person has reportedly been beheaded at a shopping mall in Yan’an, China.
by Lewis Dean

Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo: We intend to sue Fox News
“When we’re insulted, and when we’ve had an image, then I think we’ll have to sue…”
by Gregory Wallace, Brian Stelter
U.S. Senators Demand Saudi King Halt Flogging of Blogger
Badawi received 50 lashes on Jan. 9 in the first of 20 weekly sets of public whippings.
by James Morrison

Russians Held Over Alleged French Attack Plot
Suspects all from the Caucasus region – as were the Boston bombing patsies.
by Sky News
 Australia raises terror threat level against police to 'high'
“…the terrorism threat level against police is assessed as high…,” say Australian Federal Police.
by Matt Siegel


Saudi Arabia Building 600-Mile-Long Wall Along Iraqi Border
Meanwhile Obama opens the borders for everyone.
by Sputnik

Pope Advocates Violence in Response to Free Speech, But That's How Jesus Died
Jesus Christ was crucified for stating he was the Son of God.
by Kit Daniels
Report: Three dead in anti-terrorism raid in Belgium
Anti-terror police operation in Verviers leaves three dead, day after Belgium man with ties to Paris kosher supermarket terrorist turns himself in to authorities.
by YnetNews.com

Pope Francis Defends Freedom of Speech, but Urges Not to Make Fun of Faith
Francis insisted that it was an “aberration” to kill in the name of God.
by Sputnik
Charlie Hebdo Founder Says He's 'Upset' With Slain Editor Charb
“For years, decades even, we have been provoking” and feared it would come back to haunt them.
by NBC News

54 arrested in France for 'hate speech'
France declares war on free speech.
by Associated Press
Charlie Hebdo attacks raise fears of a European Patriot Act
Rights groups fear expanded surveillance as French prime minister calls for ‘exceptional’ responses to terrorist attack.
by Amar Toor