Friday, February 06, 2015

2/6/15


ISIS Claims American Hostage Killed in Coalition Airstrike ISIS claims a female American hostage was killed in an airstrike in Syria. American officials: There's no proof.

NATO involvement in Ukraine is "destructive" - Russian envoy to alliance NATO weapons deliveries to Ukraine are unacceptable and could lead to dangerous and unpredictable consequences, says Moscow√Ę€™s NATO envoy.

PHOTO GALLERY: Seething with anger, Jordanians rally around king after ISIS murder of pilot Crowds massed near the main Husseini mosque, then marched chanting "Death to Daesh."

US has little faith in Hollande-Merkel trip to Russia US vice president Joe Biden has indicated he has little faith France and Germany will persuade Russia to halt its offensive in Ukraine.

Iran: The "Americans are begging us for a deal" A top Iranian military leader claims that U.S. officials have been "begging us" to sign a nuclear deal during closed door negotiations with Tehran over its contested nuclear program, according to recent comments made to the Iranian state-controlled media.

Report: EU building hundreds of illegal structures for Palestinians in Area C of West Bank Right-wing organization says EU trying to establish "facts on the ground;" EU says it is providing "humanitarian assistance."

Yemen crisis: Houthi rebels 'announce takeover' Yemen's Shia Houthi rebel movement has announced it is taking over the government and dissolving parliament.

Ukraine crisis: Hollande and Merkel set for Putin talks German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande are meeting Russia's Vladimir Putin to try to end escalating fighting in Ukraine.

Al Azhar "freely" promotes slaughter of Christians and infidels Egypt's Al Azhar University - seen by many as Sunni Islam's most authoritative voice - continues to incite enmity for and violence against non-Muslim "infidels."

N.Korea 'Staging Biochemical Warfare Drills' North Korea has boosted biochemical warfare drills as part of its regular winter exercises, intelligence agencies here believe.