Reuters | Israel warned the Syrian government Tuesday that it “would suffer the consequences” if it continued to press attacks, hours after Syrian and Israeli troops exchanged fire.
BBC | Israel and Syria have recently exchanged fire in Golan several times.
stripes.com | Robots are adept at making stark choices in places such as the Korean demilitarized zone.
BBC | More than 60 people have been killed and dozens hurt in several bomb attacks.
The Guardian | Senior Obama officials tell the US Senate: the ‘war’, in limitless form, will continue for ‘at least’ another decade – or two.
New York Times | Israeli official: “Israel is determined to continue to prevent the transfer of advanced weapons to Hezbollah.”
Infowars.com | WARNING: Graphic content. Viewer discretion advised. Aimed only at documenting crimes by FSA terrorists in Syria.
allgov.com | KBR was responsible for aiding virtually all American military support operations.
bbc.co.uk | Barack Obama said such a body would be the goal of a meeting in Geneva in “the coming weeks”.
Reuters | Turkish Prime Minister declares, “Whoever targets Turkey will sooner or later pay the price.”
edition.cnn.com | Turkey has detained nine of its citizens in connection with twin car bombings.
RT | Kerry announced the new aid during his visit to Rome on Thursday.
rt.com | Country’s current cyber endeavors involves offensive operations launched with intent of causing harm on computers of adversaries.
Washington’s Blog | Both Parties Are Trying to Sweep the Bigger Story Under the Rug.
guardian.co.uk | The best-equipped, financed and motivated force fighting Bashar al-Assad’s regime.
Press TV | According to Reuters, a militant group operating in Syria issued a statement on Tuesday saying it was holding the four peacekeepers.
Washington’s Blog | Who Should You Believe … The UN Investigator or the U.S.?
Glenn Greenwald | No universally applied principle justifies the Israeli attack on Damascus. Only self-flattering tribalism does that.
jpost.com | Area where Iran carries out missile research and storage.
Washington’s Blog | UN: Rebels – Not Syrian Government – Used Chemical Weapons.
Michael Snyder | War is a horrible thing. Just ask anyone that has ever been in the middle of it.
RT | Karzai denies CIA money was used to buy the support of warlords who could tip the country into another civil war.
AFP | NATO confirmed troops died in an improvised explosive device (IED) attack.
Washington Times | Russia’s strategic nuclear forces are undergoing a major modernization, according to U.S. officials.
washingtonpost.com | Pentagon has deployed a small number of troops to Mali to support allied forces fighting there.
Pepe Escobar | This eminently Bushist Obama “red line” business, applied to Syria, Iran or both, is becoming a tad ridiculous.
reuters.com | Only 10 percent of those surveyed in the online poll said the United States should intervene in the fighting.
Infowars.com | Former Rep. Ron Paul, (R-Texas), on how the U.S. should deal with Syria on Fox Business’ Cavuto.
Daniel McAdams | “Nowhere in rebel-controlled Syria is there a secular fighting force to speak of.”
japantimes.co.jp | U.S. commanders have laid out a range of possible options for military involvement in Syria.
arabnews.com | Yemeni court yesterday sentenced 11 convicted Al-Qaeda militants to up to 10 years in prison for forming armed gangs.
Press TV | South Korea has threatened its neighbor with “grave measures” if Pyongyang turns down its offer of talks.
Washington Times | In case of attack, Congress has plans to relocate to military base.
Haaretz | Le Figaro said that only a restricted group of Western intelligence sources were aware of the Jordanian decision.
Wall Street Journal | Iraq’s security forces killed at least 38 mostly Sunni protesters and gunmen in the northern city of Hawija on Tuesday.
BBC | Intense fighting between the military and Islamist militants in north Nigeria is reported to have killed at least 185 civilians and destroyed 2,000 homes.
Daniel Denvir | If you thought you knew all there was to know about the Vietnam War, you were wrong.
Tony Cartalucci | Massive US arms/aid deliveries prop up Al Qaeda in Syria, while US troops stage in Jordan to defend terrorists they spent last decade fighting.
AAP | Troops deploying “because of ‘the deteriorating situation’ in war-torn Syria.”
Barbara Starr | Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is ordering the deployment of up to 200 troops to Jordan.
usnews.nbcnews.com | Indisputable that the United States engaged in the practice of torture.
ynetnews.com | Foreign Relations Committee of the US Senate votes in favor of resolution.
Politico | “…it was very difficult for a woman who was wearing the standard-issue vest to raise her arm properly in order to properly fire a rifle.”
David Kenner | Brotherhood linked Boston attack to French war in Mali, destruction in Syria and Iraq, and faltering rapprochement between Turkish government and Kurdish rebels.
news.sky.com | US military helicopter taking part in a joint South Korea-US drill has crashed near the North Korean border.
Lew Rockwell Blog | While Obama demands justice in the Boston bombing, he is silent about his own role in setting off bombs in overseas countries.
presstv.com | Iran’s Ambassador to France Ali Ahani has warned against any military attack.
zeenews.india.com | Washington did not believe North Korea had the capability to deploy a nuclear-armed missile.
Mike Adams | A classified Defense Intelligence Agency report described in testimony on Capitol Hill yesterday reveals that “North Korea now has nuclear weapons capable of delivery by ballistic missiles.”
TheStar.com | Tensions rise in the Korean Peninsula after S. Korea’s foreign minister warns that N. Korea is expected to conduct a missile launch as early as Thursday.