Real Clear | The incident highlights the lawlessness in Libya since the 2011 uprising that ousted dictator Moamer Kadhafi.
CNS News | Al-qaeda desecrated two Christian churches in Northern Syria late last month.
presstv.ir | 3.5 million people in Europe are receiving food aid by the Red Cross.
Democracy Now! | Within a span of 36 hours, more than 1,000 peaceful protesters, journalists, human rights monitors were arrested and placed in detention.
AFP | Greenwald: “We are undertaking high-risk journalism. We shall continue doing so until we publish the last document I have.”
Al Jazeera | Prime Minister Ali Zeidan is expected to give an account later Thursday of his six hours in captivity.
Natural News | A substantial number of Japanese have suddenly begun suffering nosebleeds.
Mac Slavo | You would think that nuclear regulators and operators would have taken the threat of unforeseen accidents seriously.
Los Angeles Times | Court ordered opposition activist to be sent to mental institution for compulsory treatment.
BBC | England is 22nd for literacy and 21st for numeracy out of 24 countries.
IB Times | As night fell, a few dozen anti-establishment “black bloc” anarchists violently smashed City Hall gates and broke into banks.
Paul Joseph Watson | Former Ambassador labels video “stunning fakery”.
Ron Paul | It is probably a good sign that a phone call has infuriated the neoconservatives at home, the pro-war faction in Israel, and the hard-liners in Iran.
Wall Street Journal | Surprise, surprise.
Herald Sun | Photographs of a British SAS sniper lying on a Welsh bridge with his long-range rifle have prompted a fresh investigation into a Princess Diana assassination theory.
Daily Star | Royal author John Morgan believes a squad of Special Forces soldiers disguised as press photographers had trailed her.
BBC | Monitors search for messages critical of the state.
The Canadian Press | Entire ship charged with piracy.
reuters.com | Marches were the most ambitious attempt by the Brotherhood to press its demands since August 14.
CTV News | She says she’d also refuse to hand over a single penny in fines since that would amount to an admission of guilt.
RT | Embassy in Tripoli under fire, in addition to attempts to get into Russia’s diplomatic compound, says Russia’s Foreign Ministry.
worldnews.nbcnews.com | Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced the expulsion of U.S. charge d’affaires.
Ron Paul Institute | Since when does a human rights organization take to arguing the case for a military attack that will kill scores of innocent civilians?
Fox News | Nearly two decades after Nelson Mandela swept to power South Africa is among the most unequal countries in the world.
Zero Hedge | “an unwitting vehicle for money laundering and other illicit finances.”
BBC | Monday’s blasts struck during Baghdad’s morning rush hour, with reports of 13 bombs, most of them in Shia neighbourhoods.
BBC | Up to 50 students were shot dead as they slept on Sunday.
Telegraph.co.uk | Former Sun journalist under Scotland Yard investigation into allegations of computer hacking and other privacy breaches.
ynet news | The Shin Bet said Sunday it arrested Mansouri three weeks ago at the airport.
News Sky | The Department for Transport says CCTV should be used only when it is impractical to use traffic wardens.
Paul Joseph Watson | NIS officials told family members not to visit shopping mall.
RIA Novosti | Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in an interview with a US newspaper published Thursday that homemade sarin nerve agent was used in a chemical weapons attack.
Richard Lightbown | Inconvenient truths have not stopped the HRW juggernaut.
AFP | There were “13, 14 accusations” that “have to be investigated”.
AFP | The first boat had 398 Syrians on board, the second had 111 whose nationality was yet to be determined.
Paul Craig Roberts | The attack on the shopping mall was Obama’s fault.
Reuters | “Meddling in such a manner in the lives and affairs of other countries is a breach of international law.”
Michael Snyder | Over the past couple of days, we have witnessed some absolutely horrific examples of Islamic terror groups specifically targeting Christians.
New American | It’s being described as “ClimateGate II”.
Reuters | Poland is the only country with a domestic criminal investigation running into allegations it hosted a CIA “black site.”
Paul Joseph Watson | Journalist who exposed how rebels were behind August 21st attack faces intimidation.
Weather.com | Usagi made landfall as a typhoon in China’s Guangdong Province in the city of Shanwei.
Bloomberg | Angela Merkel won an overwhelming endorsement from German voters.
Daily Mail | Solider N was due to be interviewed by Scotland Yard for new investigation.
L.A. Times | Two explosions outside a crowded church in northwest Pakistan just as Sunday services ended.
Telegraph.co.uk | The protest was timed to coincide with a busy day on the canal.
Times of IsraelSlow-moving, weak radar signal given off by the birds led to concern.
Free Beacon | China has formulated an “optimal jamming strategy.”
Reuters | Iran says Israel’s nuclear activities “threaten regional peace and security.”
Steve Watson | When there is no more room in Hell, the dead will walk the Earth.