ISIS Releases video of execution of 200 captured Syrian Troops/Liberian troops fire on protesters, as West Africa’s Ebola death toll hits 1,427/Russian and Ukraine Troops battle in South and more signs of JESUS’ soon return




More Than 1,000 Russian Troops Operating Inside Ukraine


NATO believes well over 1,000 Russian troops are operating inside Ukraine, a NATO military officer said on Thursday. The officer, briefing reporters on condition of anonymity, referred to the Russian actions as “incursions” rather than an invasion. “We assess well over 1,000 Russian troops are now operating inside Ukraine,” he said at NATO’s military headquarters …

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Hamas Using GPS-Guided Mortars From Russia


In the week leading up to Tuesday’s cease-fire announcement, Hamas deployed an alarming new weapon: Russian-manufactured mortars with accurate GPS capabilities. Senior Egyptian security officials say Hamas purchased the precision mortars from rebels who looted Muammar Gadhafi’s reserves after the Libyan strongman was toppled by a U.S.-NATO campaign in 2011. The rebels also reportedly acquired …

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Fighting between the Ukrainian military and what Ukrainian and Western officials say are Russian troops worsened early Thursday, prompting fears in Ukraine that a Russian invasion of their territory has begun. Ukrainian officials say Ukrainian troops are continuing to battle combined Russian and separatist forces on a new southern front around the border town of …

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Liberian troops fire on protesters, as West Africa’s Ebola death toll hits 1,427


Security forces in the Liberian capital fired live rounds and tear gas on Wednesday to disperse a stone-throwing crowd trying to break an Ebola quarantine imposed on their neighborhood, as the death toll from the epidemic in West Africa hit 1,427. In the sprawling oceanfront West Point neighborhood of Monrovia, at least four people were …

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The number of Ebola cases could eventually reach 20,000


The Ebola outbreak in West Africa eventually could exceed 20,000 cases, more than six times as many as doctors know about now, the World Health Organization said Thursday. A new plan to stop Ebola by the U.N. health agency also assumes that in many hard-hit areas, the actual number of cases may be two to …

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According to the Washington Times Gay military service personnel may now serve openly, and now former top Pentagon officials believe that another group should be afforded the same treatment: transgendered Americans. A report issued Tuesday by retired Maj. Gen. Gale S. Pollock, former acting surgeon general of the Army; Brig. Gen. Clara Adams-Ender, former chief …

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Ebola outbreak ‘going to get worse’ – top medic


A leading American health official has warned that the Ebola outbreak sweeping West Africa will get worse. The disease has already killed more than 1400 people in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone, and Doctors Without Borders warned the tremendous influx of patients in Liberia, in particular, is overwhelming their treatment centers there.  “I wish …

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Quakes jolt Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcano, spread to second volcano


Two earthquakes measuring more than magnitude 5 hit Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcano overnight and another quake shook a nearby volcano, with overall seismic activity staying high, the country’s Meteorological Office said on Wednesday. The rumblings at Iceland’s largest volcano system have raised worries of an eruption that could spell trouble for air travel. In 2010, an …

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ISIS Releases video of execution of 200 captured Syrian Troops


The Islamic State has released pictures it claims shows the execution of 200 Syrian soldiers after the capture of a key military air base earlier this week. The unconfirmed reports, which contain pictures and video footage of hundreds of soldiers being led into the desert dressed only in their underwear, were circulated on social media by …

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‘Up to 100′ Russian military vehicles cross into Ukraine, On Brink of War


A group of Russian soldiers has crossed the Ukrainian border in armoured infantry carriers and trucks and entered the eastern town of Amvrosiyivka, according to a Ukrainian military spokesman. A convoy of “up to 100″ tanks, armoured vehicles and rocket launchers was seen travelling on a road toward Telmanove, a town about 80 kilometres south …

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Al Qaeda magazine hints of looming attack; urges bombing of Vegas, military targets


A new English-language Al Qaeda magazine features a how-to article on making car bombs and suggests terror targets in the United States, including casinos in Las Vegas, oil tankers and military colleges, and implies that an attack is imminent. The online publication, called “Palestine-Betrayal of the Guilty Conscience Al-Malahem” and put out by the media …

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Hurricane Marie Brings 25-foot Waves to Southern California Beaches


Smashing! That pretty much sums up the waves coming to Southern California this week. And depending on whom you ask — weather forecasters or surfers — that word means either life-threatening peril or enlivening fun. Far offshore, Hurricane Marie is driving some of the tallest breakers in years to crest at Los Angeles-area beaches. The …

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Ebola continues to spread, Liberia quarantines entire slum and begins deadly crackdown on protesters


As the Ebola virus spreads throughout West Africa, governments there are becoming more and more authoritarian in how they are dealing with it — actions that are born of fear as much as pragmatism. For instance, in Liberia in recent days, soldiers and police officers donning riot gear have blocked roads, cordoned off areas and …

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Venezuela Will Begin Fingerprinting Grocery Shoppers To Control How Much Food They Buy


FEDERALJACK)   Venezuela’s food shortage is so bad the country is mandating that people scan their fingerprints at grocery stores in order to keep people from buying too much of a single item.

President Nicolas Maduro says a mandatory fingerprinting system is being implemented at grocery stores to combat food shortages. He calls it an “anti-fraud system” like the fingerprint scan the country uses for voting. cont



















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