Kurds Accuse Turkey of Backing IS Militants
Could jeopardize a truce that Kurdish rebels in Turkey began in March 2013.
by Associated Press
World Bank Slashes Forecast for Russian Economy
Globalist money creators move in on Russia.
by Fox Business

Red Cross Team Attacked While Burying Ebola Dead
One Red Cross worker wounded.
by Associated Press
US Aggression Drags World into Age of Global Anarchy
Allied with barbaric regional regimes who gestated “Islamic State,” Washington’s attack on Syria sets dangerous new precedent.
by Tony Cartalucci

Russia Holds Massive Military Drill: 155,000 Troops, 4,000 Tanks, 632 Aircraft, 84 Ships
To “demonstrate that the degree of combat preparedness in Russian troops has risen.”
by Zero Hedge
President Obama Explains Why He "Did Not Request Permission" To Invade Syria
State Department has just confirmed that they did not give advance warning to the Syrian regime.
by Zero Hedge

Hong Kong students step up resistance to Communist China rule
Student chant “reject fake elections”
by Washington Times
World Bank Says Ebola’s Spread May Have Catastrophic Cost
Virus may cost Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone as much as $809 million…
by Matthew Hill and Elena Popina

ISIS Calls For Radicalized Americans To Go To Homes Of U.S. Soldiers, 'Slaughter Them'
Militants in Syria have also been using Twitter to “[encourage] Muslims in the West to target soldiers.
by AWR Hawkins

Call your Rep TODAY: Vote ‘NO’ on Military Aid to Syrian ‘Rebels’
It is now beyond dispute that the U.S. and its allies have armed ISIS and its allies.
by Washington's Blog

Russia: ‘Free Syrian Army No Longer Exists’; Rebels Are Coordinating With Terrorists
Russia on Tuesday accused the West of ignoring its warnings about the growing terrorist threat in Syria.
by Patrick Goodenough
Is It Wise For Obama To Send Thousands Of U.S. Troops Into The Ebola Death Zone?
Barack Obama loves to show that he is “doing something” by sending troops to the affected area.
by Michael Snyder

Gaza war set to reverse Palestinian economic growth
Gaza would see a contraction of as much as 15%.
by Reuters
Declining Majority Still Supports “Active” U.S. Role in World Affairs
Nearly two-thirds of respondents support current defense spending.
by Jim Lobe