1. Terror raids stop plot to bring down aircraft
Australian PM Turnbull assures that the plot was “very real”:
2. Expat Iranian: Germany turned into the same country she fled over 30 years ago
3. Muslim gang “urge paedophile footballer Adam Johnson to convert to Islam because they are the only inmates who will protect him in prison”
Convicted sex offender Adam Johnson has been urged to convert to Islam by Muslim criminals, it has been claimed.
The former Sunderland player was offered protection by Islamic inmates after several other convicts threatened to slash his throat.
Subsequently, the convicts said the 30-year-old must convert to Islam as part of the protection deal.
4. REVEALED: TWO Lebanese-Australian father and son teams arrested "over Islamic extremist cell's plot to blow up a flight to Dubai with a homemade bomb using kitchenware"
A family of alleged extremists are accused of planning to bring down a passenger plane in an 'Islamic-inspired' terror attack in Australia.
Two Lebanese-Australian father and son duos are reportedly the four men arrested over the alleged plot after dramatic raids across Sydney on Saturday night.
While the full extent of the alleged conspiracy is not yet known, the men may have planned to detonate a homemade bomb on a flight from Sydney to the Middle East, possibly Dubai, Seven News reported.
There are also reports they had allegedly plotted to gas passengers aboard an international flight, in a plan orchestrated by ISIS militants in Syria, according to The Australian.
5. African Union troops ambushed in Somalia; al Shabaab says 39 dead
Somalia's al Shabaab insurgents and troops from the African Union peacekeeping mission clashed on Sunday, a senior military officer said, while the group said it had killed 39 soldiers.
The incident took place in Bulamareer district in Lower Shabelle region about 140 km southwest of Mogadishu.
The al Shabaab fighters ambushed a convoy carrying troops from the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), Col. Hassan Mohamed told Reuters.
"The ambush turned into a fierce fight between al Shabaab and AMISOM. We understand fighting is still going on but we do not have the figure of casualties," he told Reuters.
6. Women’s rights march in Turkey
“We will not obey, be silenced, be afraid. We will win through resistance,' the crowds chanted, holding up posters and LGBT rainbow flags.
Hundreds of Turkish women marched in the country's biggest city Istanbul on Saturday to protest against the violence and animosity they face from men demanding they dress more conservatively.
The march, dubbed "Don't Mess With My Outfit", started in the Kadikoy district on the Asian side of the city. Women chanted slogans and carried denim shorts on hangers as examples of the type of clothing some men say they find unacceptable.
"We will not obey, be silenced, be afraid. We will win through resistance," the crowds chanted, holding up posters and LGBT rainbow flags.
7. Countries boycotting Qatar have conclusive evidence that Doha is financing extremist organizations in the region
UAE Ambassador to Washington Yousef al-Otaiba revealed that the four countries (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt) have conclusive evidence to indict Doha for its support of armed militias in Syria, Libya and Somalia, in addition to supporting al-Qaeda in Syria, the Muslim Brotherhood, and many others including Hamas and the Taliban.
Otaiba told US TV channel PBS that Doha has the right to continue to do what it wants and support who it wants. The four countries in return have the right to continue their boycott and to take the measures that safeguard their rights and security as they wish.
He pointed out that the Washington-led international coalition against ISIS could triumph, but that would not be possible without putting an end to funding terrorism from foreign parties.
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9. African Migrant Stabs Bus Driver in the Chest, Attacks Police
The Italian news agency ANSA says an apparently drunken 19-year-old asylum seeker from Ivory Coast has stabbed a public transit bus driver in the Tuscan city of Siena, causing a serious injury.
ANSA said the police, alerted by passengers waiting for the bus at midday Saturday, shot the man in the leg after he turned his attack on them, first heaving a large glass bottle at them and then attacking them with a knife.
10. Muslims in Turkey attack “idolatrous” statue of Attaturk