Boko Haram kils 1000 Christians in Nigeria, chop and cook them up/Kurdish forces make gains near Mosul dam and more signs of JESUS’ soon return




DAYS OF LOT – Corpus Christi, Controversial Documentary Displays “Gay” Jesus


What if Jesus was gay? This is the premise of Terrence McNally’s controversial play, “Corpus Christi,” that originally appeared at the Manhattan Theatre Club in 1998. The play’s premiere was met with massive protests and outrage from the religious right, sparking an intense journey for all of those involved in its production. Now, the experiences …

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CDC Scientist Kept Quiet About Bird Flu Blunder


A government scientist who accidently mixed a deadly strain of bird flu with a tamer strain and sent the mix to other labs kept silent about the potentially dangerous lab blunder, according to an internal investigation. The accident happened in January at the headquarters of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. No …

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UFOs Caught By Canadian News Crew During Forest Fire Coverage


A video shot outside of Vancouver, British Columbia, during a forest fire unexpectedly captured a lot more than firefighting efforts. On July 17, 2014,, a news organization in Western Canada, posted a video shot in West Kelowna — northeast of Vancouver — featuring efforts to stop the Smith Creek Wildfire. “In the news piece, a …

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The Spread Of Ebola In West Africa Is Deeply Troubling For The Region And The World


In Eastern Sierra Leone the roads are unusually quiet. Checkpoints manned by heavily armed soldiers have blocked all movement to and from the districts of Kailahun and Kenema.  The main road to Freetown, the capital, is travelled by just a few motorbikes and cars carrying supplies. In Kenema, a usually heaving taxi rank is all but …

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U.S. warplanes, Kurdish forces pound ISIS targets in bid to retake Iraqi dam


Kurdish forces fired mortars and explosives at extremist militants Sunday as the battle to retake a strategic dam in northern Iraq raged on. Smoke rose from the horizon, buildings were ablaze and the sound of massive explosions filled the air near Mosul Dam. By Sunday evening, the Kurdish forces — known as the Peshmerga — …

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Liberia creates “plague villages” in Ebola epicenter – potential refugee nightmare


To try to control the Ebola epidemic spreading through West Africa, Liberia has quarantined remote villages at the epicenter of the virus, evoking the “plague villages” of medieval Europe that were shut off from the outside world. With few food and medical supplies getting in, many abandoned villagers face a stark choice: stay where they are …

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Bárdarbunga volcano (Iceland) shaken by hundreds of earthquakes


An intense earthquake swarm started yesterday under Bárðarbunga volcano, located under the northwestern part of the Vatnajökull ice cap. It is continuing at the moment and accompanied by elevated harmonic tremor. This might indicate a sub-glacial eruption at the volcano, but this needs yet to be confirmed. The last eruption of Bárðarbunga volcano was in …

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Chaos in Ferguson as dozens defy curfew, protest descends into violence


Police fired smoke and tear gas canisters early Sunday in an effort to disperse several dozen protesters who defied a curfew in a St. Louis suburb where a black teenager was fatally shot by a white police officer last week.  The Missouri Highway Patrol said that seven people were arrested and one man had been …

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Kenya closes borders to travelers from Ebola countries – 3 suspected of Ebola quarantined in India


Kenyan officials say the country is closing its borders to travelers from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone in response to the deadly Ebola outbreak. Kenya’s health secretary said Kenyans and medical workers flying in from those states would still be allowed in. Kenyan Airways says it will stop flights to Liberia and Sierra Leone when …

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Lockdown: using a tactic unseen in a century, countries cordon off Ebola-racked areas


The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is so out of control that governments there have revived a disease-fighting tactic not used in nearly a century: the “cordon sanitaire,” in which a line is drawn around the infected area and no one is allowed out. Cordons, common in the medieval era of the Black Death, have …

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Ebola Clinic Is Looted In Liberian Capital’s Largest Slum


Liberian officials fear Ebola could soon spread through the capital’s largest slum after residents raided a quarantine center for suspected patients and took items including blood-stained sheets and mattresses. The violence in the West Point slum occurred late Saturday and was led by residents angry that patients were brought from other parts of the capital …

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Ebola patients flee attack on Liberia isolation clinic


Seventeen patients infected with Ebola were unaccounted for on Sunday after they fled an armed raid on a quarantine centre in Monrovia by men who claimed the epidemic is a fiction. “They broke down the door and looted the place. The patients have all gone,” said Rebecca Wesseh, who witnessed the attack out the outskirts of …

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New mosquito-borne virus now in Louisiana


Chikungunya fever, which has been recognized in Asia and Africa for more than 60 years, was seen for the first time in the Western Hemisphere last December when it showed up in the Caribbean, said LSU AgCenter entomologist Kristen Healy. “We know of eight cases of chikungunya fever so far in the state of Louisiana,” …

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‘We Will Raise the Flag of Allah at the White House’


One thing the brutal, cruel and utterly inhumane march of ISIS through Iraq has made clear is that Islam is at war with the West. The equation is now plain: It’s America vs. Islam, God vs. Satan, good vs. evil. This will be a war to the death. This very day ISIS has warned the …

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Israel charity banned from Christian festival


Christian Friends of Israel says it’s ‘shocked and saddened’ after an offer to exhibit at the festival Momentum was withdrawn. The event run by church group Soul Survivor is due to take place later this month in Shepton Mallet, Somerset. Thousands who attend will hear from a range of speakers and worship leaders and also …

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