RT | Major military-related groups addressed Nobel Committee with request to evaluate inhumane statements made by US president.
New American | The U.S. government is now working on a scheme to train Libyan “troops” and “security forces.”
Al-Jazeera | Country widens crackdowns on those using social media.
Daniel McAdams | The media is full of revelation after revelation of the latest “evil-doing” of embattled Toronto mayor Rob Ford.
Ynet | The Mossad is currently working with Saudi Arabian officials on contingency plans for a possible attack on Iranian nuclear facilities, the Sunday Times reported.
Gregg Carlstrom | Once vilified, Russia is now gaining popularity in the Middle East.
London Guardian | Communist leaders making decisions based on “economic” rather than human cost.
AFP | Pope “extremely calm” regarding the alleged threat.
New American | As the end of 2013 approaches, so does President Obama’s deadline for approving the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
Irish Independent | Afghanistan’s opium production surged to record levels this year.
news.yahoo.com | Country’s most unpopular president on record battling to contain a rising tide of social discontent.
Reuters | Protest organized by students who have chained shut the doors of the Balkan country’s biggest university since Monday.
National Post | … after man faced three years in jail for posing with firearm
UPI | First reported mass executions in the Kim Jong Un regime.
BBC | If successful, a nationwide pilot could be rolled out in England next year.
ENENews | Strange things happening — Medications don’t seem to work — Rare diseases increasing dramatically.
Kurt Nimmo | Protesters called Hollande a “socialist dictator” and demanded he step down immediately.
Kurt Nimmo | Socialism. You gotta love it.
news.oneindia.in | As locals take to the streets with guns, there is speculation that President Benigno Aquino may have to declare martial law.
Global Voices | War on journalism continues.
Independent.co.uk | 10,000 people were allegedly forced to attend one of the group executions
The Australian | FEDERAL cabinet has ruled that Australia will not sign up to any new contributions, taxes or charges at this week’s global summit on climate change.
Telegraph.co.uk | Unmasked 1,000 alleged paedophiles willing to pay the child to engage in sexual acts in front of her webcam.
BBC | Found dead in his car on Thursday.
Reuters | Reports of high casualties began to emerge.
Daily Mail | BBC has 70% market share for news, squeezing out alternatives.
The Gateway Pundit | Charges Obama of being accessory to Muslim Brotherhood, which incited widespread violence in Egypt both before and after the June 30 revolution.
Al Jazeera | Weather expert warns of catastrophic impact as more than 700,000 people are evacuated from storm’s path.
AFP | Husband said she could not be found in the Russian prison colony where authorities reportedly sent her in October.
AFP | A PLO official on Thursday called for an international inquiry into “the killing” of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, a day after Swiss scientists said he probably died from polonium poisoning.
USA Today | The typhoon has winds of 175 mph and should make landfall Friday.
The Guardian | Fireworks thrown and Nelson’s Column and Victoria Memorial damaged as anti-austerity campaigners protest in London.
RIA Novosti | Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed on Tuesday that the government use smart cameras to identify immigrants.
UK Daily Mail | A floating island of debris the size of Texas has slowly but been crossing the vast Pacific to California shores since a devastating tsunami inundated Japan in 2011 says a new study.
RT | Protesters wearing Guy Fawkes masks to mark their support of the Anonymous hactivist movement are staging protests all around the world on Tuesday.
Kurt Nimmo | Fresh blood for the ongoing move to pilfer Africa’s resources.
reuters.com | British authorities claimed the domestic partner of reporter Glenn Greenwald was involved in “terrorism.”
Lew Rockwell Blog | This marks at least the fifth time in 2013 that the Israeli military has, in clear violation of international law, launched military attacks against neighboring Syria.
businessinsider.com | German lawmaker said he met Edward Snowden in Moscow on Thursday.
Paul Joseph Watson | Unprecedented development showcases Beijing’s increasing military confidence.
RT | NATO and Russia announced Wednesday that they have achieved the ability to target and locate bombs planted in large crowds, such as commuter hubs and sporting events.
Sydney Morning Herald | NSA monitored the telephone calls of many bishops and cardinals at the Vatican in the lead-up to the conclave, according to Italian newspaper.
BBC | Inmates claimed they had been subjected to electric shocks and forced injections.
Ron Paul | Last week it was reported that Saudi Arabia decided to make a “major shift” away from its 80 years of close cooperation with the United States.
Washington’s Blog | Radiation Levels Will Concentrate in Pockets at Certain West Coast Locations.
BBC News | Abe says China is changing status quo by force, rather than by rule of law.
Daily Mail | Judge said social workers’ behaviour was ‘deplorable’ and ‘symptomatic of a deeply rooted culture in family courts’.
Washington Post | Facing charges of abetting terrorism for reporting on an al-Qaida video.
Quartz | Happy times are ahead for Venezuela.
Kurt Nimmo | Audience responds with applause.