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SEATTLE, WA, – A street preacher was repeatedly punched in the head and kicked by two men at Seattle’s Pridefest this past Sunday – and the entire confrontation was caught on camera.  In disturbing video footage uploaded on Youtube and reported by Seattle’s KOMO news, two Christian street preachers can be seen standing on a grassy area. One of the preachers holds a sign that says “Jesus saves and heals,” and “Repent or else,” while the other holds a Bible.  At the beginning of the video a large man approaches the two preachers angrily, while another woman repeatedly shoves the man carrying the Bible and demands that the two men leave. The situation continues to heat up, until at one point a number of people attempt to snatch the sign away from the sign-wielding preacher.  When one man succeeds, a melee ensues in which the angry man seen at the beginning of the video runs at and punches the preacher in the head several times while another kicks him repeatedly. Others attempted to break up the fight.  Police arrested 36-year-old Jason Queree, who is suspected of being the main attacker. Quereereportedly has a long history of arrests and convictions for a wide variety of criminal behavior. A second suspect was also arrested. WARNING: The video is full of profanity and shows disturbing violence. Viewer discretion advised. The extreme violence commences at 2:35 into the video. More

Quebec forest fire causes widespread blackouts for a 2nd day

July 5, 2013 – CANADA – Half a million Hydro-Québec customers were without power at rush hour for the second straight day, as widespread outages caused by forest fires in northern Quebec affected transmission lines. The utility said Montreal and other parts of southern Quebec were affected. By 7:30 p.m. most customers had their power restored, and Hydro-Québec tweeted that its three major transmission lines shut down by heat and smoke from forest fires in northern Quebec were operational once again. The blackouts occurred nearly exactly 24 hours after a similar power failure caused by the forest fires, despite the utility’s best efforts to protect the network. “The re-establishment of the lines was fairly fast,” said Quebec Natural Resources Minister Martine Ouellet in an interview on CBC’s French-language news network RDI. “The heat, the smoke, the particles [from the fire] all interacted with the hydro lines, causing ionization,” Ouellet explained. “That tripped the lines’ safety mechanism. It’s a good thing, as that protected the lines.” She said Hydro-Québec informed her it is spraying other equipment with foam to protect it from the heat of the fires. The latest blackouts hit several municipalities in Greater Montreal and struck as far away as the Quebec City suburb of Ste-Foy, as well as parts of the Laurentians and the Lanaudière region. The blackouts began at almost precisely the same time as they did yesterday, during the commuter rush hour, affecting traffic lights at many intersections and the lane designation lights on the Champlain Bridge. Earlier today, Hydro-Québec’s chief executive officer Thierry Vandal said the utility had taken steps to try to ensure there would not be a repeat of yesterday’s outage, which shut down Montreal’s Metro system and affected hospitals and shopping centers. Wednesday’s outage forced the Notre-Dame pavilion of University of Montreal’s hospital network (CHUM) to cancel operations and left people trapped on stalled roller-coasters and other rides at LaRonde, the amusement park on Montreal’s Île Ste-Hélène. –CBC

Eruption from Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano grounds US flights

July 5, 2013 – MEXICO – Four U.S. airlines temporarily suspended flights to and from Mexico City on Thursday after a volcano 50 miles from the capital spewed ash, a spokesman for the city’s international airport said. Three to eight flights on American Airlines, U.S. Airways, Delta Air Lines and Alaska Air Group have been postponed so far, Richard Jimenez, a representative for Mexico City’s international airport told Reuters. “The decision not to fly from Mexico City has been made by these airlines, but the airport is in operable conditions,” Andres Gomez, another airport representative, said on local television. No Mexican airlines have halted operations, Gomez said. Mexico’s leading airline AeroMexico suspended flights briefly Thursday morning, but resumed operations less than an hour later. The volcano Popocatepetl in the central state of Puebla has been more active this year, prompting officials to raise warning levels but have so far ordered no evacuations. Officials have kept the volcano’s risk level on hold at “yellow,” the second highest on the four-color spectrum, indicating that there is more activity than usual but no threat of eruption, national emergency services coordinator Luis Felipe said on Twitter. On Thursday, ash fell on communities adjacent to the volcano, nicknamed Don Goyo, and reached southern neighborhoods of Mexico City. There is no evidence of volcanic ash in the airport’s immediate vicinity, it announced through its Twitter account. Volcanic ash can damage jet engines. Mexico City’s airport serves more than 29 million people a year and oversaw 174,511 takeoffs and landings between January and June. -NBC
London man dies of MERS-CoV virus: fourth death reported in two days
July 4, 2013 – LONDON – A man infected with a SARS-like respiratory illness has died in London, officials said. The Qatari man, who was being treated in an intensive care unit at St Thomas’s hospital in central London, had contracted the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus – or MERS-CoV. Hospital officials said that the man, who was 49 when he was admitted, died after his condition deteriorated. The patient, who was suffering from acute respiratory syndrome and renal failure, was admitted to an intensive care unit in Doha, Qatar, on 7 September last year. The man, who has not been named by officials, was transferred to the UK by air ambulance on 11 September. Before he became ill he had travelled to Saudi Arabia, officials said. Despite doctors’ efforts to keep him alive, including connecting him to an artificial lung, he died on Friday last week. A hospital spokeswoman said: “Guy’s and St Thomas’s can confirm that the patient with severe respiratory illness due to novel coronavirus  … sadly died on Friday 28 June, after his condition deteriorated despite every effort and full supportive treatment.” In May, the World Health Organization (WHO) said that MERS-CoV – is a “threat to the entire world” and experts have raised concerns that the disease is “emerging faster than our understanding.” Latest figures from the WHO, published before the latest UK death, show that since September last year there have been 77 laboratory confirmed cases across nine countries, which have resulted in 40 deaths. British health officials have been advised to be vigilant for severe unexplained respiratory illness in anyone who has recently travelled in the Middle East, as well as any unexplained clusters of such illness. Coronaviruses cause most common colds but can also cause SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome). In 2003, hundreds of people died after a SARS outbreak in Asia. –Guardian

Evangelista Anita Fuentes

Harvest Army


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