XKEYSCORE: NSA’s Google for the World’s Private Communications
Snowden docs reveal details of massive spy program.
by The Intercept
UK weighs more action against ISIS in Syria after Tunisia attack
Government taking “another look at its overall strategy in the region.”
by Reuters

Clarion Project Claims 42 Million Muslims Support ISIS
Says terror group is only a “fraction of what it could potentially become.”
by Kurt Nimmo
Bomb blast near police station kills 3 in Egypt
Explosion came as Egypt was reeling from the assassination of the country’s top judicial official.
by Associated Press

Al-Shabab Ramadan 2015 Threat: Militants Pledge To Kill 'Non-Believers' During Holy Month
“We are planning to give Kenyan non-believers a true taste of Jihad…”
by Eben Blake
ISIS Burns CIA Opium Fields in Afghanistan
Illicit drug trade has floated Wall Street for years.
by Kurt Nimmo

ISIS lays mines on Syrian-Turkish borders
Erdogan’s Regime continues offering all kind of support to terrorist organizations in Syria.
by Sana
Islamist Extremists Linked To Al Qaeda Launch Offensive In Southern Mali
“The government of the republic of Mali strongly condemns these barbaric attacks…”
by Erin Banco

ISIS fighters dead in failed attack on Syria Alawite town: activists
“At least 19 Islamic State members were killed… along with three National Defense Force fighters…”
by Agence France Presse
Saudi-led warplanes bomb rebels across Yemen
Targets included the Iran-backed Houthis as well as troops loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh.
by Agence France Presse

NYT Wants Underwear Bomber's FBI Interviews
Underwear bomber coached by known CIA asset.
by Adam Klasfeld
Syrian Kurds victory over ISIL could stir up problems
Kurds deal with corruption from both sides.
by Lucy Kafanov

ISIS urges followers to escalate attacks during Ramadan
“Be keen to conquer in this holy month and to become exposed to martyrdom.”
by Reuters
Majority Around the World Say U.S. Torture Methods 'Not Justified'
Techniques included waterboarding, mock executions, prolonged sleep deprivation, threat of sexual abuse and threats against family members.
by Sputnik

State Dept. Warns: Same Shi'ite Militias Fighting ISIS 'May Present Threat to U.S. Citizens'
Destabilization rampant as US funds both sides.
by Patrick Goodenough
Egypt security forces kill 22 suspected militants in North Sinai: sources
Militants planted two bombs in two adjacent houses, both inhabited by police, the sources said.
by Reuters