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Typhoon Nuri Could Challenge All-Time Record

Typhoon Nuri has already had a remarkable run on this Earth. The Capital Weather Gang explains that for 24 hours over the weekend, Nuri was a category 5 monster storm with maximum sustained winds of 180 mph, tying with Typhoon Vongfong as the strongest cyclone of the season. But Nuri may actually make a name …

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Russia Is Moving Short-Range Ballistic Missiles Towards Eastern Ukraine

Russia is sending additional military forces toward the border with eastern Ukraine, including units equipped with ballistic missiles, as part of Moscow’s ongoing destabilization effort in support of pro-Russian rebels. US officials with access to intelligence reports said one Russian military unit equipped with short-range ballistic missiles was detected this week near eastern Ukraine, where …

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U.S Military Losing Tech Superiority to China.

During the first Gulf War in the early 1990s, the U.S. military used a new generation of technological weapons that left the rest of the world far behind. But according the Frank Kendall, the Pentagon’s undersecretary of defense for acquisitions, technology, and logistics, that advantage is evaporating. Speaking at a breakfast at the Navy League in Arlington, …

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NATO F-16 Jets Intercept Russian Spy Plane, Latvia Says

NATO fighter jets intercepted a Russian military aircraft over the Baltic Sea, the latest in a spate of similar incidents that have grown in frequency during the conflict in Ukraine. F-16s based in the Baltic region intercepted a Russian IL-20 surveillance plane, Latvia’s army said today on its Twitter account. The encounter took place near …

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Christian bakery ordered to recant over Bert and Ernie gay marriage cake or face court

A Christian bakery firm which refused to make a cake supporting gay marriage with a picture of the Sesame Street characters Bert and Ernie has been warned it will be taken to court unless it apologises and pays immediate compensation. Ashers Baking Co, based in Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland, was told by a Government equalities agency …

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Precious metals fall on US dollar gains

GOLD and silver prices have sunk to four-and-a-half-year lows, weighed down by a soaring US dollar and expectations of more stimulus from the world’s largest economies. GOLD for December delivery, the most actively traded contract, on Wednesday closed down 1.9 per cent to $US 1145.70 a troy ounce, its lowest level since April 22, 2010. …

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Active volcano prompts concern in central mountains of Costa Rica

The U.S. Embassy advises tourists to use caution while traveling near the Turrialba volcano, in the country’s central mountain range, about 15 miles from the city of Turrialba. Because of ongoing volcanic and seismic activity, authorities raised the alert level for the volcano to yellow, the second-highest on a three-level alert system. Access above La …

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Former Russian secret service chief accuses West of MH17 ‘cover-up’

Western secret services were today accused of a cover-up over the shooting down of flight MH17 by a retired chief in Vladimir Putin’s military intelligence agency. Retired Lt. Gen. Nikolai Pushkarev – formerly a senior official Russia’s notorious secret service, GRU – implied that the aircraft was shot out of the sky by Ukrainian forces. The conspiratorial …

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President Obama has assured Americans that none of the nearly 4,000 U.S. troops heading to Liberia will treat Ebola patients, but 70 uniformed officers of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps will. The corps, part of the Department of Health and Human Services, will open a clinic outside the Liberian capital, Monrovia, this weekend …

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Venezuela in grip of severe tropical disease outbreak

Venezuela is in the grip of one of the worst outbreaks of tropical diseases in decades, and the response by public health authorities has been slow and inefficient, two non-governmental groups reported Tuesday. In 2014, Venezuela had over 150,000 recorded cases of dengue, malaria, and Chikungunya, the report said. The country also had 1.2 million …

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Number of People Under ‘Active Monitoring’ for Ebola in NYC Triples.

The number of people under “active monitoring” for Ebola symptoms has increased from 117 on Monday to 357 people Wednesday, health officials said. The vast majority of those being monitored arrived in New York City within the past 21 days from the three Ebola-affected countries, the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation said in a …

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