From Breitbart Texas, two members of MS-13 have been arrested in Maryland for their roles in an alleged gang-related murder. (Yes, it may seem strange that the Texas division of Breitbart covers a story in Maryland, but I guess that's how they work.)
From Breitbart London, the party led by the "Czech Trump" appears to have done very well in the Czech elections. (If the London division of Breitbart, which is based in the United Kingdom, can cover a story in other European countries, then the Texas division reporting on Maryland wouldn't be all that odd.)
From The Guardian, the Iraqi army has taken Kirkuk from the Kurds. (via the Assyrian International News Agency)
From the Sunday Express, a British jihadi who joined ISIS is believed to have been killed by ISIS. (It's Saturday here in the U.S. as I write this, but it's already Sunday over in the U.K.)
From The Telegraph, during the Brexit campaign, the BBC invited one third more Pro-E.U. speakers than Eurosceptic speakers. (In other words, one British outlet criticizes another.)
From Townhall, John Hawkins takes on the "diversity is our strength" maxim.
From ZeroHedge, French President Emmanuel Macron acknowledges an obvious truth.
From Russia Today, in Greece, anti-fascists (as they call themselves) protest against the rightwing party Golden Dawn.
From the Daily Mail, 200 migrants arrive at Piraeus, Greece, the port for Athens.
From Gatestone Institute, Germany has implemented censorship.
From The Sherbrooke Times, a Muslim on trial in France refuses to recognize man-made law.
From The Express-Tribune, a morgue in Peshawar, Pakistan refuses to keep the body of a murdered transgender.
From Sky News, in Germany, a man has been arrested in connection with a knife attack in Munich.
From The Sun, Harvey Weinstein's former chauffeur tells some tales.
And from The New York Times, President Trump will release thousands of currently classified documents relating the assassination of President Kennedy.