China Ramping Up Persecution of Christians/Hezbollah commander killed in Iraq/Officials fear largest Ebola outbreak in history could go Global and more sigs of JESUS’ soon return

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Hezbollah commander killed in Iraq

A Hezbollah commander has died during a mission in Iraq, sources familiar with the incident said on Wednesday, indicating the Lebanese group that is already fighting in Syria’s civil war may be involved in a second conflict in the region. Hezbollah, an Iranian-backed Shi’ite Islamist group, has not previously announced any role in the conflict …

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DEVELOPING: Doctor Quarantined In Canada after returning from Africa

A Canadian doctor has put himself in quarantine as a precaution after spending weeks in West Africa treating patients with the deadly Ebola virus alongside an American doctor who is now infected, local media said Tuesday. Azaria Marthyman of Victoria, British Columbia had worked in Liberia, one of four countries hit by an outbreak, with the …

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Officials fear largest Ebola outbreak in history could go Global

Health officials in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong, fearing that the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in West Africa could go global, are quarantining airline passengers from the region who have shown symptoms of the disease. The outbreak — the largest in history — has spread across Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone …

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Woman Spotted Walking Naked Man On Dog Leash Along Road.

A couple from Washington County could be facing charges after a bizarre incident Tuesday morning. According to police, a naked man was allegedly being led around on a dog leash by a fully clothed woman on Route 40 around 9:30 a.m. in Ohio County, W. Va. When police arrived, the man was clothed. Police determined …

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Chikungunya virus gaining traction in U.S.

Chikungunya, a mosquito-borne virus that has swept through the Caribbean in recent months, is making gains in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says. The CDC issued a count this week indicating almost 400 cases have been diagnosed in non-Caribbean areas of the United States this year, all but two of them contracted …

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Man with Ebola Nearly Came to United States

Patrick Sawyer was supposed to be at his kids’ birthday party in a few weeks—but he died of the virus before he could board a flight to Minneapolis. His wife on the epidemic’s toll. Nigeria felt a chill from the hot zone when a 40-year-old man collapsed and died from the dread Ebola virus after flying …

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Who is the mysterious woman in black?

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A social media campaign has gone viral as people try to discover who this mysterious woman in black is and why she has been walking more than 800 kilometres across America. The Facebook campaign started earlier this month as images of the woman walking along highways decked out in black and using a walking pole began to …

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8 in 10 Brits would ditch passwords for biometric security

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Eight in ten (79%) Brits are ready to ditch their passwords in favour of biometric security measures like fingerprint scanners, new research shows. iPhone 5s sales of more than 10 million have helped contribute to a major shift in consumer attitude toward biometrics, as consumers become used to its intuitive Touch ID fingerprint scanner, which is predicted to be …

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Surprise! Large Insurance Companies Are Raking In Cash, Thanks To Obamacare

Top health insurer Aetna reported boosted profits in the second quarter since Obamacare has been in effect as large insurance companies continue to win big from the health-care law. Aetna’s earnings rose 2 percent to $548.8 million this quarter, compared to just $536 million this time last year, before the health-care law forced more Americans …

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U.S. home ownership rate slides to lowest level since 1995

The share of Americans who own their homes slipped again in the second quarter to its lowest level in nearly two decades. Just 64.8% of U.S. homes are owner-occupied, the Commerce Department said Tuesday, down from 65% in the first quarter and the lowest count since the third quarter of 1995. The figures are adjusted to account …

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Driverless cars heading onto British roads in 2015

Driverless cars will start appearing on British roads next year, ministers will announce on Wednesday. The Government wants to change the rules to allow companies to start running trials of cars that do not need a human driver on UK streets, industry sources said. It means the first computer-controlled vehicles will be seen on quiet …

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If the Yellow Stone Super-volcano Erupted, What Could People Do?

The possibility of the volcano under Yellowstone National Park erupting has increasingly caught the attention of people around the United States (and even other parts of the world), and a number of discussions have centered on potential action plans if an eruption does happen. Note that these discussions are purely hypothetical and that most scientists …

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China Ramping Up Persecution of Christians

Chinese authorities are ramping up their persecution of Christian churches in response to what they perceive as an emerging threat to the communist regime, according to reports. Public security officials in recent days forcibly removed crosses from two churches in the southeastern coastal province of Zhejiang, the New York Times reported. Authorities have now issued orders to demolish more …

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‘Big Brother’ airport installs world’s first real-time passenger tracking system

All mobile phones logged into the Wi-Fi network at Helsinki Airport will be monitored by an in-house tracking system that identifies passengers’ real-time movements. The technology has been criticised by privacy advocate groups, but is said to be aimed at monitoring crowds and preventing bottlenecking at the airport, which sees around 15 million passengers a …

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In Leaked Tape, Hostile Obama Tries to Force PM to Accept Truce

Damning evidence has emerged of US President Barack Obama’s dismissal of Israel’s position in favor of supporting the position of Hamas and its allies during ceasefire talks. A “senior US official” leaked an audio recording of a telephone conversation between Obama and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu toChannel One. In it the 35-minute conversation, which took place on …

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Obama Urged to Address LGBT Rights in Africa

The White House will host more than 40 African heads of state for a three-day U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit next week, the first event of its kind and the largest such event any U.S. president has held with African governments. Some 200 African and U.S. CEOs are invited, and numerous faith leaders will gather to discuss their role …

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Billionaire Paul Singer: EMP attack is greatest threat to USA

Billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Singer has issued an unusual warning for investors, calling the threat of a widespread blackout from an electromagnetic surge the “most significant danger” in the world. Called an “electromagnetic pulse” or EMP, the events can occur naturally from solar storms or artificially from a high-altitude explosion of nuclear weapons. “While these pages are typically …

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Today’s earthquake report: Yellowstone one quake, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, ARKANSAS, ARIZONA

 

 

 

 

 

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