Palestinians gain observer status at ICC/Russian scientist spies mountain-sized asteroid heading our way and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

Egypt’s Largest Military Maneuver ‘Meant for Israel’

Egypt held its “Badr 2014″ military maneuver between October 11 and November 6, its largest exercise since 1996 which was only half the size – according to a senior security expert the Nile state has its sights on Israel, despite the peace treaty. Col. (res.) Dr. Shaul Shay, former deputy head of the Israel National …

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Risks of nuclear war rising because of global tensions and insecure stockpiles, warn experts

Urgent action is needed to minimise the risk of a nuclear war, more than 120 senior military, political and diplomatic figures from across the world have warned. Ahead of the Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons, which starts today, the experts wrote in a letter that the danger of such a conflict …

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Palestinians gain observer status at ICC

The International Criminal Court officially recognized the Palestinians as observers on Monday, a symbolic move which inches them closer to membership in the organization. Today, the State of #Palestine was invited to participate at the #ASP13 of the #ICC as an observer State under rule 94 for the first time! The President of the Assembly of State Parties …

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Chinese government suspends Hepatitis B vaccines after 8 horrific infant deaths

The Chinese government has temporarily halted the administration of a sexually-transmitted disease (STD) vaccine for newborn babies following the horrific deaths of eight infants over the past several months. Reports out of Shanghai indicate that millions of doses of hepatitis B vaccine produced by the Chinese pharmaceutical company Shenzhen Kangtai Biological have been suspended while …

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Whooping cough outbreak at Massachusetts high school affected only vaccinated students

Unvaccinated children are supposedly the cause, according to state health officials, of a recent whooping cough outbreak that occurred in the posh Cape Cod area of Massachusetts. But as reported by CBS Boston, all of the children affected by the outbreak were already vaccinated, proving once again that vaccines don’t really work. Some 15 children at …

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‘Family Guy’ Christmas Episode Portrays Jesus as a Lying, Sex-Crazed Adulterer

“Family Guy,” an edgy cartoon known for pushing boundaries, aired a Christmas-inspired episode Sunday night about Jesus that has some viewers angry and others praising the show for its purported “bravery.” NewsBusters, for one, said that the episode went “above and beyond the usual sacrilege.” Titled, “The 2,000-Year-Old Virgin,” it surrounds character Peter Griffin, among …

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Iran Warns “We Will Get The Bomb”!

The Islamic Republic’s senior strategist revealed last week on his blog that Iran has no intention of reaching a settlement over its illicit nuclear program. Alireza Forghani wrote that instead, the regime has adopted a policy of “elongation” with the 5+1 nations in which it strings along the United States, France, Britain, Russia, China and …

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Russia Says US House Resolution ‘One Step’ Closer to ‘All-Out War’

An editorial from state-run broadcaster is saying that US House members have “brought the nation one step closer to all-out war with Russia” by passing House Resolution 758, which is now sitting on the Senate floor. House Resolution 758 didn’t get much media attention when it was passed Dec. 4, but in short, it …

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What you need to know about collapsing Oil Prices

Are much lower oil prices good news for the U.S. economy? Only if you like collapsing capital expenditures, rising unemployment and a potential financial implosion on Wall Street. Yes, lower gasoline prices are good news for the middle class. I certainly would rather pay two dollars for a gallon of gas than four dollars. But …

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Is America Careening Towards Civil War

Author and journalist James Howard Kunstler warns that America is careening towards “a new and different kind of civil war” as a result of “guilt-tripped white political culture,” oppositional black culture and militarized police. Kunstler, who writes for The Atlantic Monthly and Rolling Stone, warns in his latest piece that the aftermath of Ferguson represents …

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Beloit Police Want to Search Homes for Guns Without Warrants

A police boss in Wisconsin expects residents to allow gun searches by police without a court issued warrant. Police Chief Norm Jacobs of Beloit believes the searches will turn up firearms residents didn’t know they had and guns linked to crimes. “Maybe we’ll find a toy gun that’s been altered by a youngster in the …

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Major morale crisis in U.S. military

For many of the war-weary troops who deployed to combat zones over and over again for 13 years, the end of an era of war in Iraq and Afghanistan is good news. But for Marine Sgt. Zack Cantu and other service members, it’s a total morale killer. For many of them, particularly the young grunts …

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Today, the Family Research Council expressed opposition to the Final Rule issued by the Department of Labor to implement Executive Order 13672, which requires all federal contractors to add “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” as protected categories. President Obama signed the Executive Order on July 21, 2014. Peter Sprigg, FRC’s Senior Fellow for Policy Studies, made …

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US stocks fall as energy sector drops sharply

U.S. stocks fell on Monday as oil prices turned sharply lower and spooked investors into dumping shares of drillers and other energy-service companies. The drop in oil weighed on stocks from the start of trading. Weak trade figures out of China and news that Japan’s recession is deeper than initially thought suggested demand for crude …

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Samsung virtual reality headset goes on sale…


Consumer virtual reality is kind of, sort of, almost a reality. It’s basically a reality today, actually, as Samsung’s virtual reality headset — “Gear VR” — is available for purchase online. As previously reported, the headset will set you back $200 and it requires a Note 4 smartphone to act as its screen. The device …

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China Takes Nuclear Weapons Undersea Where Prying Eyes Can’t See

China is preparing to arm its stealthiest submarines with nuclear missiles that could reach the U.S., cloaking its arsenal with the invisibility needed to retaliate in the event of an enemy strike. Fifty years after China carried out its first nuclear test, patrols by the almost impossible-to-detect JIN class submarines armed with nuclear JL–2 ballistic …

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Russian scientist spies mountain-sized asteroid heading our way

A Russian astrophysicist says his team has located a huge, mountain-sized asteroid whose orbit crosses the Earth’s every three years. Even though experts say the giant object, known as 2014 UR116, poses no immediate threat of collision, its unexpected discovery underscores how little is still known about asteroids and their unpredictable orbits. Vladimir Lipunov, a …

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Massive Inferno Is Engulfing Downtown Los Angeles, Protests becoming More Violent?

Officials say a massive fire in downtown Los Angeles closed down portions of two major freeways and is visible for miles. Is this the result of protests becoming more violent? Are we leading up to the David Wilkerson Vision of “Fires in the Streets of America”? More

Minnesota School Board Allows ‘Transgender’ Males to Play on Girls’ Teams

A Minnesota high school sports league’s decision to allow male students who ‘identify’ as females to participate in girls’ sports has elicited concern from many parents and Christians. On Thursday, the Minnesota State High School League Board of Directors approved a controversial “transgender” student policy. Once the policy goes into effect next year, male high …

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Does Pope Francis Believe Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?

At the famous Blue Mosque during a papal visit to Istanbul, Pope Francis stood beside the grand mufti of Istanbul and prayed for two minutes, bowing his head, closing his eyes. At the end of his prayer, the grand mufti whispered aloud: “May God accept it.” One can’t help wondering: Did the grand mufti doubt that …

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China and US climate deal delivers $4.5 trillion blow to Big Oil and Coal

Citigroup says the impact of the China-US climate deal signed earlier this month could total $US3.9 trillion ($A4.5 trillion) – that’s the loss in revenue for Big Oil and Big Coal over the next 15 years from the joint undertaking on greenhouse gas emissions by the world’s two biggest economies. And in a stinging rebuke to …

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Dead Banker List Grows to 36

The 52-year-old private banker from Haaltert was described as flawless, sporty, sleek and successful. The 52-year-old Geert Tack on 5 November left from his home in Haaltert to his work, but he never arrived. A detection message was distributed and there was a search location near the Zwin, which was found his abandoned car. On …

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California’s ‘Hot Drought’ Ranks Worst in at Least 1,200 Years

Record rains fell in California this week. They’re not enough to change the course of what scientists are now calling the region’s worst drought in at least 1,200 years. Just how bad has California’s drought been? Modern measurements already showed it’s been drier than the 1930s dustbowl, worse than the historic droughts of the 1970s and …

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Detroit now resembling third-world nation as power grid fails and lights go out

During the 1950s and 1960s, the city of Detroit became the automobile manufacturing capital of the world. Growing to become America’s fourth-largest city, it was a model of modernity and American production capacity. Between 1910 and 1950, the PBS program “The Rundown” reports, “few cities grew faster, were wealthier, were more attractive to those seeking …

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After conducting serveral clinical trials on patients with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, researchers believe that nivolumab is the new weapon against cancer.  Experts report a breakthrough regarding Hodgkin’s Lymphoma after conducting a clinical trial on patients with resistant forms of the disease. This new compound used in the clinical trial, allows the immune system to efficiently recognize …

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Fast-Food Strikes Span 190 U.S. Cities

Fast-food workers went on strike Thursday in close to 200 cities, the most widespread walkouts the industry has seen to date. And for the first time, convenience and dollar store workers joined them. The number of strikers (“thousands,” the campaign said yesterday) was no doubt a tiny fraction of the mammoth fast-food industry. But the …

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Scientists Have Discovered Possible Evidence Of Life And Biological Activity On Mars

For centuries, scientists and researchers have argued over the possibility of existence of life on Mars. Several theories and speculations have emerged, contributing to the debate. And now a new study of a meteorite from Mars is said to contain evidence of alien life on the red planet. According to Universe Today, recently a paper appeared …

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Health law impacts primary care doctor shortage

When Olivia Papa signed up for a new health plan last year, her insurance company assigned her to a primary care doctor. The relatively healthy 61-year-old didn’t try to see the doctor until last month, when she and her husband both needed authorization to see separate specialists. She called the doctor’s office several times without …

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Russia wants Israeli explanation for ‘aggressive actions’ in Syria

The Kremlin is seeking clarifications from Israel regarding the air strikes that hit Syria on Sunday reportedly destroying Russian-made arms bound for Hezbollah, the DPA news agency is reporting on Monday. Israel has not officially acknowledged carrying out the attack, though that did not stop Iran and Syria from placing blame on Jerusalem. “Moscow is deeply worried …

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Iran, Syria condemn Israel for ‘lifting morale of terrorists’ with Damascus airstrikes

Iran and Syria on Monday condemned Israel for the airstrikes that hit near Damascus on Sunday. The foreign ministers from both countries held a joint news conference during which they charged that the attack proves that Israel was making common cause with “terrorists” in Syria fighting the regime of President Bashar Assad. Israel has not officially acknowledged …

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Typhoon Hagupit pummels Philippines, killing at least two

Typhoon Hagupit lost some strength as it spiraled northwest through the Philippines on Sunday, but its hulking presence threatened more damage and evoked frightening memories, 13 months after deadly Typhoon Haiyan blasted the same region. “Last year, many people were asking, ‘Is it the will of God, or the wrath of God?’ But now, they just …

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Mountain-sized asteroid heading our way:Russian Scientist Warns

Hague-based ICC accepts Palestine’s status


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