The Sentinel | Our goal is to empower local Haitians to think differently about their surroundings and potential.
KGW.COM | “The district has now given permission to have guns on campus.”
RT | For the first time in its history, the US Congress is to hear directly from a family of survivors of an American drone strike in Pakistan
The Telegraph | Smith was the first person to be charged under Operation Yewtree, the national investigation prompted after claims were made against disgraced TV presenter Savile.
RT | Prominent blogger ‘Brown Moses’, allegedly shows Syrian rebels using chemical weapons.
21WIRE | Like a wild river, the debate over man-made environmental crisis’s rages on.
Metro News | Edward Snowden has been in Russia since the beginning of August, still looking over his shoulder.
New York Post | The two officers who opened fire are rookies, with 18 months and three years on the job.
Daily News | Accused of abusing his own daughter and his girlfriend’s daughter, man will be sentenced 10 years to life in prison.
Associated Press | Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff announced Tuesday that she was putting off a state visit to the U.S. next month to protest an American spy program.
Mox News | spying programs go far beyond phone calls and Emails.
The Telegraph | Parliamentary officials said they were not aware of any problem of cocaine abuse among staff but clearly, someone is on the gear.
The Sun | Undercover reporters found traces of cocaine in 9 different government toilets frequented by Tory, Lib Dem and Labour MPs.
AP | Earlier in the day she had appeared in court wearing a dark blue jail jumpsuit to answer to one felony charge of human trafficking.
Independent | Britain is set to become the first country in the world to allow a controversial IVF technique that produces embryos with DNA from three people in an attempt to rid some affected families of serious genetic disorders.
Huff Post | Anyone who thinks Obama and Bush are somehow different should really look again…
RT | At least 5 ministers resigned amid anti-government protests which were joined by millions, with the military promising to deploy on Tahrir square to guard the demonstrators.
RT | “We’ll get Bush in the US”, sats the world’s top war crimes prosecutor…
RT | The Sri Lankan Defense Secretary lends support to monks: “It is the monks who protect this country, religion and race”.
RT | Egypt’s protest movement has given the president an ultimatum to step down by Tuesday or face a mass rebellion.