New threat from Sony Pictures hackers: “Remember the 11th of September 2001”
At Fusion, a copy of a threat posted on Pastebin by Guardians of Peace (GOP), the group that hacked Sony Pictures. WarningWe will clearly show it to you at the very time and places “The Interview” be shown, including the premiere, how bitter fate those who seek fun in terror should be doomed to. Soon all […]
by Xeni Jardin
Death penalty for smuggling Bibles?
Saudi Arabia reportedly executes man over Bibles.
by Leo Hohmann

The "Shape-Shifting Sheik" and the "Sydney Siege"
Suspect had multiple aliases, granted political asylum by Australian government.
by Tony Cartalucci
The Old Feudal Spirit
Don’t be mistaken: this isn’t mere stardom.
by Michael Warren Davis

Who Created Cartoon Character "Man Haron Monis" Behind "Sydney Siege" Circus?
Previously an outspoken critic of Iranian government, was interviewed by Australian media in 2001, loved Western society…
by Tony Cartalucci
Siege at Sydney’s Lindt cafe: Martin Place long identified as a terrorist target
A Sydney court heard details of an alleged terror plot to be carried out in Martin Place in September.
by News Corp Australia

China bans national anthem at weddings, funerals
People who break rules will be “criticized and corrected.”
by BBC
Haiti rocked by anti-government protests
Unrest followed a demonstration in which UN peacekeeping troops opened fire on a crowd marching through the capital.
by Al Jazeera

Hong Kong Official to Protestors: Disperse Within 20 Hours
Law enforcement will take action against anyone who opposes.
by Sputnik
Countries vow to resettle more than 100,000 Syrian refugees
“The international community needs to step up to the plate.”
by AFP

LeBron James touches Kate Middleton, causes uproar
Protocol “prohibits anyone from touching or kissing members of the royal family.”
by Tony Hicks
CIA Paid Millions to Company for Developing Interrogation Techniques
Company established by two psychologists with no background on interrogation made millions.
by Sputnik

China Takes Weapons Underwater Where Prying Eyes Can't See
Nuclear-powered subs will probably conduct initial patrols with the missiles by the end of this year.
by David Tweed
Canada sends military police to Ukraine to boost security
Purpose is to help Ukraine government and security forces protect country’s “territorial integrity.”
by RT

India taxi rape allegation: Uber booking service banned in Delhi
Transport department official said the company had been “blacklisted” for “misleading customers.”
by BBC
How impoverished North Korea built elite 'secret war' hacker unit
Bureau 121 unit comprises about 1,800 cyber-warriors, and is considered the elite of the military.
by Ju-min Park & James Pearson