1. Is the US in a proxy war with NATO member Turkey?
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2. Bulgarian citizens march against migrants
Around 100 nationalists from the National Resistance movement, marched against minorities and refugees on the streets of Sofia on Monday. The march took place under the motto "Bulgaria for the Bulgarians; Social parasites out!"
The protesters exhibited numerous national flags and symbols while marching through the capital, before reaching a small church, where one protester - Blagovest Asenov - held a speech.
3. Last message left by Westminster attacker Khalid Masood uncovered by security agencies
In the message, sent just minutes before he began the rampage in which five people died and 50 were injured, the 52-year-old Muslim convert had declared that he was waging jihad in revenge against Western military action in Muslim countries in the Middle East.
4. FBI translator marries Islamic State terrorist
“‘It’s a stunning embarrassment for the FBI, no doubt about it,’ said John Kirby, a former State Department official. He said he suspects Greene’s entry into Syria required the approval of top ISIS leaders. Most outsiders trying to get into an ISIS region in Syria risk ‘getting their heads cut off,’ said Kirby, now a CNN commentator on national security matters. ‘So for her to be able to get in as an American, as a woman, as an FBI employee, and to be able to take up residence with a known ISIS leader, that all had to be coordinated.’”
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5. EXCLUSIVE: "I swear to Allah, no bra": Sydney sheikh "took sneaky images" of women at airport
An Islamic sheikh in Sydney's west allegedly took invasive pictures of random women at an airport before uploading them to social media with mocking and sleazy comments.
Sheikh Zaid Alsalami, a Shia imam who has previously travelled to Iran for religious instruction, shared an image of a woman in a low-cut top, taken from behind, on WhatsApp.
'I arrived. This was her. Walahi. No bra,' he said, using the Arabic term for 'I swear to Allah'.
However, the sheikh declined to say if he or someone else took the images, even though the WhatsApp messages featured his mobile number.
'I don't really know if I took that or not. What's wrong with someone taking a picture like that? I don't understand,' he told Daily Mail Australia.
Below, a video of the same Sheikh Alsalami, lecturing everyone about morally correct sexual conduct: