France Train Shooting: Video Shows Mayhem Inside Train Carriage During 'Terrorist' Take Down
“The three of us beat him until he was unconscious.”
by London Independent
Russia supplies Syria with weapons, to put squeeze on US over Assad
Turkish mass media reported that Russia delivered MiG aircraft to Syria.
by Pravda

IS Destroys Ancient Catholic Monastery in Syria
Militants demolished monastery “on the pretext that it was used for worshipping others than God.”
by AFP
Pope's New Message Invites ISIS to US
Pope Francis supports ISIS-NWO agenda.
by Leo Lyon Zagami

ISIS Claims Responsibility for Cairo Car Bombing
Bomb was a reprisal for the execution of six of its members.
by Newsweek
Defense Secretary: We're Looking at U.S. Sites for Gitmo Detainees
Top two sites are in Kansas and South Carolina…
by Tom Vanden Brook, Ray Locker

Insouciance Rules The West
Europe is being overrun by refugees from Washington’s, and Israel’s, hegemonic policies in the Middle East and North Africa.
by Paul Craig Roberts
ISIS Beheads Leading Syrian Antiquities Scholar in Palmyra
Sunni extremist group believes ancient relics promote idolatry.
by Associated Press


Family Says American Woman Held Hostage by Islamic State Group Repeatedly Raped Before Dying
Say they were told by American officials their daughter was repeatedly forced to have sex with leader of Islamic State group.
by US News & World Report
Suspected Bangladeshi Muslim militants arrested in killing of secular blogger
Ansar-al-Islam, believed to be affiliated with al-Qaida, sent email to media claiming responsibility for killing.
by Julhas Alam

Naval Academy Increasing Security After Deadly Shootout In Tenn.
Staying very tight lipped about the extent of the security changes…
by CBS Baltimore
'Top secret' Clinton emails include discussion of US drone operation
The two emails were marked classified after consultations with the CIA.
by Associated Press

U.S. begins manned airstrikes from Turkey targeting ISIS
U.S. military hasn’t put any of its troops in combat roles.
by Jason Hanna, Greg Botelho and Nick Paton Walsh
ISIS Attacks Syrian Border as Some Question Turkey’s Commitment in War on Terror
White House believes Turkey is committed to fighting the Islamic State.
by Frances Martel

Departing US Army Chief Says Iraq May Have to be Partitioned
“It’s becoming more difficult by the day” to reach reconciliation between Shiites and Sunnis, Odierno said.
by AFP
ISIS Execution Of Croatian Hostage? Sinai Province Beheads Tomislav Salopek, Group Linked To Islamic State Says
ISIS-loyal group Sinai Province claimed Wednesday to have executed a Croatian hostage.
by Julia Glum