Thirty-nine people found dead in back of transport truck east of London, England
On Wednesday, October 23, Essex Police discovered a transport truck containing the dead bodies of 39 people believed to be from Bulgaria. 38 have been identified as adults, while 1 was a teen. All 39 were pronounced dead on site.
Biological male beats women in cycling world championship, calls them “losers”
“I have yet to meet a real champion who has a problem with trans women. Real champions want stronger competition. If you win because bigotry got your competition banned… you’re a loser,” said McKinnon.
UN investigating alleged use of chemical weapons against Kurds
The UN is investigating allegations that Turkey used chemical weapons against civilians in Northern Syria.
London commuters drag eco-radicals off train cars after subways delayed
London commuters sick and tired of disruptions to critical infrastructure by Extinction Rebellion protestors took matters into their own hands when the subways were brought to a halt by protestors who climbed several train cars.
Calgary man was asked to plot ISIS terror attack in North America
Safraz Ali, who was a former University of Calgary student moved to live in the occupied Islamic State with his wife, but he claims he was not a member of the group.
Thousands subjected to 72 different horrific torture methods in Syria
According to the poll around eight percent of the death tolls in prisons can be attributed to these horrific causes. WANRING: Disturbing content.
Turkey refuses ceasefire talks with Kurds, risks mass ISIS escape
“Nobody can stop us until we reach 30 to 35 kilometres” (19 to 22 miles) inside Syria, he said.
China angry over Stephen Harper’s visit to Taiwan
China has issued an angry statement over Stephen Harper’s recent visit to Taipei, the capital of Taiwan. His visit makes him the first former Prime Minister to step foot in the province/country and he publicly praised Taiwan’s democratic process, while giving a thinly veiled critique of Communist China.