Federal Police Take Control of 13 Towns in Mexico
Local police are suspected of links to organized crime and possibly to the case of 43 missing students.
by Maria Versa
Libya: From Africa’s Richest State Under Gaddafi, to Failed State After NATO Intervention
Western interventions have produced nothing but colossal failures in Libya, Iraq, and Syria.
by Garikai Chengu

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

Mexico violence flares as fury grows over fate of missing students
Demonstrators attack government building with rocks and Molotov cocktails in protest at alleged abduction by police.
by AP
MPs back Palestinian statehood alongside Israel
“appropriate for the peace process…”
by BBC

North Korea leader reappears in public
State media shows Kim Jong-un using a cane.
by Aljazeera
WHO: Ebola Is Modern Era's Worst Health Emergency
Ebola epidemic has killed more than 4,000 people.
by Jim Gomez

Mexican activist slain during radio broadcast
Leader of a group of about 800 farm families slain.
by AP
Egypt police storm restive universities
Police backed by armoured vehicles storm Cairo University and al-Azhar University to quell student protests.
by Al Jazeera

 Fuel Smugglers Line Up Every Day to Drain Indonesia Economy
“…lucrative business involving soldiers, policemen and violent incidents.”
by Bloomberg
Kim Jong-Un Not First Dictator to Suddenly Disappear
North Korean leader not seen in public since Sept. 3.
by David Brown