From Voice Of Europe, western Europeans are finding refuge in Hungary. (From what, dare I ask, are they fleeing?)
From Al-Monitor, Christians in Basra, Iraq fear that they might go extinct. (via Assyrian International News Agency)
From Süddeutsche Zeitung, there's a tax scandal in Europe.
From ANF News, Germany and Interpol are talking on how to protect Turkish refugees.
From the Sunday Express, Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel has one day left to form a coalition government.
From Russia Today, police use tear gas against anti-slavery protesters in front of the Libyan embassy in Paris, who were protesting against slave auctions in Libya.
From The Straits Times, Muslims in Johor, Malaysia "tilt toward conservative Islam". (Is "conservative" Islam a sect which promotes limited government, low taxes and strong national defense? Just wondering.)
From One India, ISIS claims to have launched an attack in Kashmir.
From Gatestone Institute, is Europe being destroyed by indifference?
From Reuters, the Algerian coast guard picks up 286 illegal migrants in the Mediterranean. (I've asked this before, and I'll ask it again. From whom are these migrants getting their boats?)
From BBC News, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is sacked by his political party.
From The Guardian, Mugabe has until tomorrow to either resign of face impeachment.
From the Star Tribune, Senator Al Franken (D-MN) faces questions about whether he can do his job, but won't resign. (via Breitbart's Big Government)
From Townhall, "It's different when it's our guy."
From Fox News, Nebraska regulators will announce their decision about a proposed route for the Keystone XL pipeline as it goes through their state.
And from the Tennessean, country singer Mel Tillis, RIP.