Police Chase Corrupt Chinese Officials in Australia
China has enlisted the help of several Western countries in a far-reaching anti-corruption campaign.
by Phil Mercer
Saudi Arabia warns women not to join protest against ban on driving
Women enjoy few rights in country.
by Reuters

North Korea warns against anti-Pyongyang leaflet drop
DPRK fired machine gun at the balloons carrying anti-government leaflets floated by a South Korean civic group.
by Xinhua
North Korea to bar foreign tourists over Ebola concerns -tour operators
“…[T]ourists from any country, regardless of where they have recently visited, will not be permitted to enter…”
by Reuters

Australian Government Funds Play Called 'Kill Climate Deniers'
Theater production depicts armed siege on Aussie Parliament.
by Paul Joseph Watson
Canadian PM Draws Fire For Reportedly Drinking Wine During Ottawa Shooting Briefing
Why would head of state drink wine during a crisis?
by Kit Daniels

Canada Shooting: Soldier Dead In Parliament Attack
Gunfire prompted security force to take Prime Minister Stephen Harper to a “safe” place.
by ABC News
Censorship: RCMP Asks Public Not to Post Photos, Videos of Ottawa Shooting
Canadian officials attempt to censor press.
by Kit Daniels


Germany Claims Pro-Russian Separatists Downed MH17
Western leaders attempted to pin crash on Putin, Russians.
by Spiegel
North, South Korean Troops Trade Gunfire Across Border
Sunday’s shootout began after North Korea sent soldiers close to the border line.
by Associated Press

North Korea in grip of leadership tension
Senor North Korean leaders may want to move away from total tyranny.
by Joseph R DeTrani
Hurricane Gonzalo scores direct hit on Bermuda
Electrical transformers explode.
by Sam Strangeways

Pakistani Court Upholds Blasphemy Death Sentence Against Christian Woman
Influential Muslims sway judges’ decision.
by Patrick Goodenough
Russian Govt Orders Extra Airport Facilities to Prevent Ebola
Countries step up effort as US ignores proper protocol.
by RT

‘OH HELL NO!’ Outrage meets Obama plan to send Natl. Guard to Liberia to fight Ebola
The president who’s made executive orders a hallmark of his governing style is about to do it again.
by Joe Saunders
Africa Stems Ebola Via Border Closings, Luck
Officials credit tighter border controls.
by Tom Odula and Lynsey Chutel