Zurich Cops Won't Report on Criminals' Ethnicity
Leftist politicians who let illegals into country don’t want to sound “racist.”
by Caroline Bishop
French Train Gunman Known by Security Services, Traveled to Syria
Familiar pattern, links to US trained and Gulf Emirate financed terror groups.
by Kurt Nimmo

'AK47-Armed' Man Opens Fire on Train, Gets Overpowered by U.S. Soldiers
Jihadi attacker was apprehended by soldiers traveling on the same train.
by RT
Israel Bombs Syria. Is This A Prelude towards a Full Scale War?
Israel said the IDF “targeted 14 Syrian military posts in the Syrian Golan Heights.”
by Stephen Lendman

UK Police Target Schoolchildren as Young as Four with Tax Payer Funded, Transgender Propaganda
“Empowering teachers to encourage and support” transgenderism in schools at the “earliest stages.”
by Liam Deacon
N. Korea's Kim Puts Troops on War Footing with South
No sense of public panic in Seoul despite the dire threats.
by Park Chan-Kyong

Bilderberg China: Communist Secret Meet to Plot World Domination
Welcome to the beach resort where the Chinese Communist Party’s major players convene each year to set the country’s geopolitical and domestic agendas.
by Brendon Hong
Greek PM Tsipras Announces Resignation, Calls for Snap Election
Proposed elections on September 20.
by Newsmax


US Savagery Visited Upon Libya, Syria, Ukraine, Now Visits Bangkok
US ambassador’s appointment portended deadly attack.
by Tony Cartalucci
Anti-Government Protesters Take to Streets Across Brazil
President accused of corruption and accepting bribes.
by Associated Press

Obama Warns China on Agents in US Pressuring Fugitives to Return
US says agents involved are from the Ministry of Public Security and are not in the country on official government business.
by Victor Beattie
Volcanic Activity in Ecuador Prompts President to Declare Emergency
Cotopaxi volcano has been erupting since Friday, covering roads and homes with powder as hundreds are evacuated and ash reaches capital of Quito.
by Associated Press

Indonesian Plane with 54 on Board Crashes in Papua Region - Officials
Aircraft was carrying 44 adult passengers, five children and five crew members…
by RT.com
Tons of Cyanide Found at Tianjin Blast Site
Chemical explosions have left at least 112 dead.
by News.com.au

North Korea Threatens to Attack U.S.
N. Korea threatens U.S. with attack if military exercises are conducted as planned.
by Kevin Conlon
Italy: At Least 40 Migrants Dead at Sea, 320 Others Rescued
“The dead were found in the hold… it appears to be from inhaling exhaust fumes.”
by Associated Press