SOMNIA - Spotlight on Military News and International Affairs

Sunday, 26 October 2014

Canadian News

National Post
Public lines Highway of Heroes for a moment of communal grieving - More

BBC News
Cpl. Nathan Cirillo funeral at noon Tuesday

The Chronicle Herald
Halifax vigil honours Cpl. Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent

Maclean’s
Remembering Cpl. Nathan Cirillo - More

Maclean’s
Gordon O’Connor sums up a tragic day in Ottawa

CBC News
The face-to-face encounter that ended the attack on Parliament - More

The Economist
Terror in Canada: Losing your immunity

The Ottawa Citizen
Bagpipes for poppies

The Chronicle Herald
PM’s security detail gets overhaul

CBC News
Town rallies around vandalized Cold Lake Mosque

CBC News
PTSD linked to soldier’s three suicide attempts

The Canadian Press
Attempt begins to recover Northrop Nomad from Lake Muskoka - More

The Chronicle Herald
Angus L. Macdonald and the Fighting 25th Battalion

The Chronicle Herald
First World War love letters from a Hubbards boy to the girl he left behind

The Chronicle Herald
Finding art in Vimy Ridge

Postmedia News
10 Famous Canadians that you didn’t know served in the First World War

CBC News
Another Canadian jihadi slips through the cracks

The Ottawa Citizen
Defence Watch

Ottawa Researchers
On This Day: October 26

Le Devoir
La dépouille du caporal Nathan Cirillo rentre à Hamilton - Plus

La Presse Canadienne
Les funérailles de l’adjudant Vincent auront lieu le 1er novembre à Longueuil

Nouvelles de 45e Nord
Aéronefs et personnel supplémentaires partent dans le cadre de l’opération Impact - Plus

Le Devoir
Gare au « cauchemar sécuritaire »

Le Devoir
Plaidoyers pour une réponse mesurée

Le Devoir
La réponse

La Presse Canadienne
Plus de pouvoirs pour lutter contre le terrorisme au Canada

Nouvelles Radio-Canada
Sécurité et libertés : un équilibre à trouver

Le Devoir
Y a-t-il eu des lacunes dans la sécurité au parlement?

La Presse Canadienne
Une mosquée de Cold Lake est la cible de vandalisme

La Presse Canadienne
Un colis rempli de poudre jaune est livré au consulat canadien en Turquie

Le Droit
C’est arrivé un 26 octobre

Canadian Commentary

Jonathon Gatehouse | Maclean’s
Life during wartime: We’re all witnesses to war

Doug Saunders | The Globe and Mail
When troubled young men turn to terror, is it ideology or pathology?

Margaret Wente | The Globe and Mail
What do we do about the Islamic State fanboys?

Jeffrey Simpson | The Globe and Mail
Harper’s demise is greatly exaggerated

Rex Murphy | National Post
In the shadow of a young corporal’s death, Canada’s greatness shines through

Letters | National Post
‘I wore my uniform with pride’

Shannon Moneo | The Ottawa Citizen
Kevin Vickers, the reserved big brother

Jonathan Kay | National Post
Did one man’s attack on Parliament really change Canada ‘forever’?

Benjamin Perrin | The Globe and Mail
Our laws are up to the homegrown terror threat

Stephen Maher | Postmedia News
Harper Government’s intelligence agenda a cause for worry

Ian Brodie | National Post
There is no reason to turn Parliament Hill into an armed fortress

Editorial | The Globe and Mail
Tougher laws are not the only way to stop radicalization

Haroon Siddiqui | The Toronto Star
Resist the American way of tackling terrorism

International Commentary

Michael Williams | Thomson Reuters News
Sykes-Picot drew lines in the Middle East’s sand that blood is washing away

Paul Fischer | Los Angeles Times
What’s really going on in North Korea

Joe Cirincione | Los Angeles Times
How big a nuclear arsenal do we really need?

Steven Johnson | The New York Times
Ebola’s Information Paradox

Robert Zaretsky | Los Angeles Times
Looking Ebola in the eye, with help from Albert Camus - More - More

Michael Sauga | Der Spiegel
The Zombie System: How Capitalism Has Gone Off the Rails

International News

The Wall Street Journal
Do You Have What It Takes to Go Into Space?

The New York Times
Parachuting Google exec sets record 135,890-foot fall

The New York Times
Attacker With Hatchet Is Said to Have Grown Radical on His Own - More

Thomson Reuters News
Ebola medical worker quarantined in New Jersey tests negative for virus

BBC News
US nurse angry over Ebola quarantine

The Economist
Cybersecurity: Ghosts in the machine language

The Observer
ISIS threatens to kill British jihadis wanting to come home

The Telegraph
Portsmouth private school jihadi killed in Syria - More

The Telegraph
Scavengers loot wrecks of celebrated British warships

Aviation Week and Space Technology
Memorial to 1,100 lost Royal Welsh Fusiliers

The New York Times
Sweden ends submarine search, closing book on intrigue-tinged episode

The Telegraph
Ukraine war hero fights election from Russian psychiatric ward

Der Spiegel
A Fractured Ukraine, United in Uncertainty

Atlantic Council
Moscow Keeps Military Options in Ukraine

BBC News
Russian clocks fall back for last time

Thomson Reuters News
Attacks in Egypt’s Sinai kill 33 security personnel - More

Agence France-Presse
Egypt declares state of emergency in Sinai after checkpoint bombing

BBC News
President Sisi says jihadists threaten Egypt’s existence

Thomson Reuters News
Blast injures three U.N. peacekeepers in northern Mali

The Wall Street Journal
CDC Responds Rapidly to New York Ebola Case

The Washington Post
The real worry isn’t Ebola in New York. It’s Ebola in Mali. - More

The Associated Press
Number of Ebola cases tops 10,000, WHO reports

The New York Times
Ebola Quarantines Seen as Barrier to Volunteers

Thomson Reuters News
Suspicious powder sent to western consulates in Istanbul

Der Spiegel
As the World Watches, Turkey Looks Away

Thomson Reuters News
Kurds reject Erdogan report of deal with Syrian rebels to aid besieged Kobani

The Washington Post
The death toll in U.S. airstrikes in Syria, broken down

The Guardian
Kurds fear ISIS use of chemical weapon in Kobani

The Observer
ISIS exploits tribal fault lines to control its territory

The Guardian
Life in Aleppo’s ruins - Photos

The Economist
Thousands of Syrians could become stateless

The New York Times News Service
What Islamic State hostages endured before beheadings

The Telegraph
ISIL hostages were waterboarded for trying to escape

Thomson Reuters News
Lebanese army fights gunmen in Tripoli, six soldiers killed

Thomson Reuters News
U.S. says Palestinian-American killed by Israeli forces

Der Spiegel
One Yazidi Family's War on Islamic State

Thomson Reuters News
Iraqi security forces and Kurds gain ground against Islamic State

Thomson Reuters News
Al-Qaeda militants push back Shi’ite rebels’ advance on central Yemen stronghold

Thomson Reuters News
Iran hangs woman convicted of killing alleged rapist - More

Agence France-Presse
Co-accused acquitted in Daniel Pearl murder case

Thomson Reuters News
India picks Israel’s Spike anti-tank missile over U.S. Javelin

The New York Times
Stars Backing Hong Kong Protests Pay Price on Mainland

The New York Times
U.S. Commander Sees Key Nuclear Step by North Korea

Thomson Reuters News
U.S. general says he believes N. Korea can build nuclear warhead - More

Thomson Reuters News
South Koreans trying to launch anti-North leaflets clash with border residents - More

The New York Times
On This Day: October 26

Agence France-Presse
Attaque à la hachette à New York : un acte terroriste selon la police

Le Point
Le pingouin fétiche de l’as de l’aviation Adolphe Pégoud

Belga News
Décès en France de l’ex-militante des Black Panthers Jean Mc Nair

Agence France-Presse
L’Ukraine retient son souffle à la veille des législatives anticipées

Agence France-Presse
Ukraine : la corruption, ennemi intérieur du pays en guerre

Agence France-Presse
La Tunisie à la veille d’élections cruciales

Agence France-Presse
Le Mali promet de tout faire pour éviter une propagation d’Ebola

Agence France-Presse
L’épidémie d’Ebola dépasse les 10.000 cas

Agence France-Presse
Yémen : combats meurtriers entre rebelles chiites et tribus sunnites alliées à Al-Qaïda

Agence France-Presse
Une Iranienne pendue pour meurtre malgré une mobilisation internationale

Journal Sud Ouest
L’éphéméride du 26 octobre

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