1. UK: After police issue blurred photo of attacker, victim releases clear one
A woman beaten up in a savage late-night assault says she is doing the police's job for them by issuing crystal-clear pictures of her alleged attacker.
Micha Birgitta, 31, had her nose smashed in the brutal attack while the thug knocked out her male friend in London's East End.
Police hunting the crazed brute - thought to be high on drugs or drunk - put out blurred and grainy CCTV images of him that 'could have been anybody'.
But now Ms Birgitta has sent dramatic stills from footage shot on her friend's mobile straight to her local paper the Hackney Gazette in an attempt to catch him.
2. Homosexuals are trash: Moroccan human rights minister
The Moroccan minister for human rights has said in front of journalists that he feels homosexuals are ''trash'' and then wrote on his Facebook page that ''homosexuality is a crime and is not acceptable within our society''. Marrakesh will on Thursday open a museum dedicated to the homosexual fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent.
3. TERROR WARNING: Trump security chief reveals ISIS plotting 9/11 style attack
Elaine Duke, the acting secretary in charge of defending the US from terror attacks, warned small scale knife and vehicle attacks were only a means to gain funding from supporters and keep followers engaged in their unholy war.
It comes as MI5 boss Andrew Parker warns the UK is facing an unprecedented threat from terrorists.
Speaking at the US embassy in London, Ms Duke said: 'The terrorist organisations, be it ISIS or others, want to have the big explosion like they did on 9/11. They want to take down aircraft, the intelligence is clear on that.
'However, in the interim, they need to keep their finances flowing and they need to keep their visibility high and they need to keep their members engaged, so they are using small plots and they are happy to have small plots.'
4. Germany: Migrant lies down in road, hits helpers with stick
PI News in Germany has a little more on this odd event.
5. Washington, DC: Muslims protest President Trump's travel ban