* Kim Jong-nam killing: 'VX nerve agent' found on his face Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korea's leader, was killed by a highly toxic nerve agent, says Malaysia.
* General McMaster and That 'Perverted Interpretation of Religion Used To Justify Violence' President Trump has chosen Lt. General William McMaster as his new National Security Adviser.
* Terror Bio-Plague Could Kill 30 Million in Fulfillment of Zechariah End-of-Days Prophecy It is a 'reasonable probability' that terrorists will use biological weapons to create a pandemic that would kill tens of millions, Bill Gates told an international security conference last Saturday.
* Iraq hits ISIS in Syria - with Russia, without US The Iraqi air force Friday, Feb. 24, conducted its first ever bombardment of the Islamic State in Syria.
* Star's seven Earth-sized worlds set record Astronomers have detected a record seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a single star.
* Saudi foreign minister makes landmark visit to Iraq The Saudi foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir has met Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi - the first such visit by a Saudi foreign minister since 1990.
* Kim Jong-nam: Who in North Korea could organise a VX murder? The mysterious killing of Kim Jong-nam has raised questions about who exactly could have orchestrated his murder.
* Pro-Palestinian Protesters Depict Netanyahu As Hitler In Sydney Rally Hundreds of anti-Israel demonstrators take to the streets in Australian city as PM makes historic visit Down Under.
* Starbucks Brand Crashes After Announcement of Plan to Hire 10,000 Muslim 'Refugees' The Starbucks Coffee brand has taken a major hit since the company's announcement that it would hire 10,000 Muslim 'refugees‚' in response to President Donald Trump's temporary travel moratorium in January.
* Extremist Muslims' One-Way Street President Donald Trump's executive order of January 27, 2017, temporarily limiting entry from seven majority-Muslim countries - Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen -- for 90 days, until vetting procedures can be put in place -- has caused international controversy, sparking protests both in the Western and Islamic worlds, including in increasingly Islamist Turkey.