American-born London mayor refuses to pay US taxes, threatens to renounce citizenship
Mayor hasn’t lived in U.S. since the age of five.
by RT
Hong Kong's People Have Spoken - End the Protests
Will Hong Kong’s “pro-democracy” movement heed the voice of the people and leave the streets indefinitely? Or remain there, revealing their true, self-serving agenda?
by Tony Cartalucci

Father claims police covered up son’s murder by Westminster paedophile ring
Vishambar Mehrotra, whose eight-year-old son was killed in 1981, says police ignored tipoff from male prostitute.
by Josh Halliday

Chelyabinsk meteor #2? Massive flash over Russia’s Urals stuns locals & scientists
An extraordinary bright orange flash has lit up the sky in Russia’s Sverdlovsk region in the Urals.
by RT
Female Indonesian police recruits forced to undergo ‘virginity tests’
Two-finger examination that leaves women traumatised, humiliated and in pain is listed as requirement to join force.
by Kate Hodal

Russia deports several diplomats, warns it will defend separatists in Ukraine
Tit-for-tat expulsions have accompanied mounting tensions between Russia and European governments over Ukraine crisis.
by Andrew Roth
Is This a Joke? British Police Push for Ban on Pointy Knives
It’s not a joke anymore.
by Joshua Krause 


China offers ASEAN friendship, loans as South China Sea tension bubbles
South China Sea dispute continues.
by Simon Webb and Paul Mooney
Protesters Burn Mexico Government Building Over Missing Students
Protests over the apparent massacre of 43 students by corrupt police and thugs from drug gangs…
by Reuters

Egypt rocked by metro bombing, gun attacks
“Sound bomb” had been placed inside a bag, leading to panic on the train during rush hour…
by Sydney Morning Herald
French parliament to vote on Palestinian state
Follows similar British vote and Swedish declaration to acknowledge statehood.
by AFP

Russia to build Iran nuclear reactors
Moscow signs deal with Tehran to build two reactors, likely to be followed by another six.
by AlJazeera
NATO says Russian troops crossed border
Russia has consistently denied sending troops into eastern Ukraine.
by BBC

India mass sterilisation: women were ‘forced’ into camps, say relatives
Brother-in-law of one victim says women were ‘herded like cattle’ after 12 die and scores injured following botched operations
by London Guardian
Spain: No Negotiation on Catalonia Independence
Spain continues to dismiss secession.
by Euronews