International News


NY Times turns Islamic terrorism story into a police shooting story

Friday in France, a terrorist beheaded a teacher in the street. The New York Times headline chose to focus on the fact that police shot him.

Celine Ryan

BREAKING: Man beheaded by suspected Islamist terrorist in France

A suspected terrorist in France was shot dead by police after beheading a man in Conflans Sainte-Honorine, a suburb of Paris.

Noah David Alter

YouTube follows Facebook and Twitter in targeting QAnon

YouTube has taken a page from recent actions by social media giants Facebook and Twitter in going after the QAnon accounts.

James Anthony

Trump administration secures release of two hostages from Yemen

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday that US President Donald Trump has managed to get two American hostages being held in Yemen released.

James Anthony

BREAKING: Twitter goes down in major outage, returns after an hour

By 5:45 PM Eastern time, the platform went dark.

The Post Millennial

China claims that US presence in Taiwan Strait creates regional instability

China denounced the sailing of the Destroyer class battleship the USS Barry through the international waters of the Taiwan Strait on Wednesday.

Leonardo Briceno

China censors French Genghis Khan exhibit, object to mentions of Mongolian Empire

They objected the use of the terms "Mongol," "empire," and even "Genghis Khan," and demanded control over brochures, legends, maps, and more.

Noah David Alter

Netherlands expected to legalize euthanasia for children under 12

Existing laws allow those with terminal illnesses over the age of 16 to consent to assisted suicide, and allows 12-to-16-year-olds to do so with the additional "consent" of their parents.

Noah David Alter

WHO suddenly concerned about 'poverty', tells leaders to stop lockdowns

After issuing guidance largely responsible for the lockdowns that have crippled economies and individuals since early 2020, the World Health Organization is now saying that such lockdowns are in fact harmful, especially to poor people.

Celine Ryan

Disney says 'authenticity' drove decision to film Mulan in region accused of throwing Muslims in concentration camps

Disney is doubling down on its Decision to film its live-action Mulan reboot in an area of China where that has been widely accused of putting Muslims in concentration camps.

Celine Ryan

Greta Thunberg endorses Biden

Greta Thunberg, a teen activist and social media idol from Sweden, has publicly announced her endorsement of US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

James Anthony

Case of detransitioner suing gender clinic reaches London's Royal Courts of Justice

Three times, a judge asked the defendant the question "Does a ten year old girl get told that she won’t be able to be a mother?" No answer was forthcoming.

Erin Perse

Nobel Peace Prize goes to World Food Programme—an arm of the United Nations

The 2020 Nobel Peace Prize has been given to the World Food Programme (WFP), with the award committee stating that "the need for international solidarity and multilateral cooperation is more conspicuous than ever."

Collin Jones

Pence's answers on China censored by CCP during vice-presidential debate

The Vice President's comments on Chinese-American relations were replaced by the words "NO SIGNAL PLEASE STAND BY."

Noah David Alter

Global health experts oppose lockdown restrictions

Nearly 6,000 health experts around the world have now come out in support of the anti-lockdown orders that have kept people from resuming their lives amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Collin Jones