Bahraini protesters batter police armored vehicles with petrol bombs/mass die-off: seafood worldwide and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

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Bill Gates 2015 Annual Letter Exposes His Frightening Future of a Cashless Society & Global Citizens

 

 

 

4 Tons of fish die suddenly in fish ponds in Guangzhou, China.

Up to 4 o’clock yesterday afternoon, 8,000 pounds of dead fish have been salvaged, stacked in a fish pond weed. Incident ponds located in Tianhe District, Phoenix Street Fish Chastain, we understand that she has contracted ponds this decade. Sister Xu feel like a fish in its own poison, but a sudden a lot of …

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73,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Kyushu, Japan

Almost 73,000 broiler breeders at a farm in Saga prefecture in the north-west of the island of Kyushu have been culled following the detection of the H5N8 high-path bird flu virus. The veterinary authority sent Follow Up report No.11 dated 20 January to the World Organisation for Animal Health. On 17 January, a broiler breeder farm …

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Iran Promises to ‘Collapse the Zionist Regime’ Following Airstrike

The Iranian military continued to threaten Israel on Thursday, following the assassination of at least one of its senior commanders in Syria during an airstrike over the weekend, in multiple statements issued by leaders of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). Top Iranian military leaders promised to hit Israel with “devastating thunderbolts” vowed to effect …

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Brazil’s worst drought in history prompts protests and blackouts

The taps have run dry and the lights have gone out across swathes of Brazil this week as the worst drought in history spreads from São Paulo to Rio de Janeiro and beyond. More than four million people have been affected by rationing and rolling power cuts as this tropical nation discovers it can no …

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California Measles Outbreak Likely “Imported” to United States

With the Disneyland measles outbreak expected to grow, California hospitals and doctors’ offices are preparing for new cases and a flood of questions from patients worried about getting the disease. So far 68 cases of measles have been reported in California this year, the bulk of them in people who visited — or had contact …

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Violent extremists who are killing children and others in Iraq, Syria, Nigeria and other parts of the world may cite Islam as a justification, but the West should be careful about calling them Islamic radicals, US Secretary of State John Kerry warned Friday at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Speaking at the same forum …

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Millions of GMO mosquitoes could be set loose in Florida Keys

Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs against two extremely painful viral diseases. The Florida Keys Mosquito Control District is waiting to hear if the Food and Drug Administration will allow them to run an experiment in Key West to see …

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‘Potentially Historic’ Snow Storm takes aim at Northeast this week

The entire Northeast coast from New York City to Maine, including all of Connecticut and Rhode Island, is now under a blizzard warning. From New York City to Boston, the worst impacts — heaviest snow, strongest winds – will hit between Monday night and Tuesday afternoon. The National Weather Service has updated their forecast snowfall amounts …

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Bird deaths hit 200 from mystery pollutant in San Francisco Bay

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The toll of dead birds found along the shores of San Francisco Bay has now topped 200. That’s more than double the estimate that was offered Tuesday, as efforts to locate struggling animals (as well as the source of the goo responsible) kicked into high gear. The growing casualties suggests the number will likely continue to …

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New Type of Bird Flu Hits Turkey Farm, 160 Birds Dead

Another type of bird flu has hit the lone turkey farm in the state here. Over 160 birds in the farm died since Sunday and the disease has been identified as Influenza type A. However, the district officer of the Animal Husbandry Department here, Chandraprasad, said that humans would not be infected by the strain …

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School halts Year Bible study for blind kids because of “church-state” issues.

After 10 years, the Maryland School for the Blind suspended a Bible study for blind teenagers, telling a local church leader it was because of “church-state” issues. Fox News’ Todd Starnes sounded off about the decision Friday, urging the school to reinstate the program. “I spoke to the president of the school and he tells …

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Obama skipping 70th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation, Heads of state from France, Germany, Belgium, Austria, others will be present

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew will represent the United States at the 70th anniversary ceremony for the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp on Tuesday—rather than President Barack Obama or Vice President Joe Biden—while other countries are slated to send their heads of state. Tuesday’s ceremony will likely be the last major anniversary where a significant …

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Thousands of Jellyfish wash Ashore in Australia

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Thousands of jellyfish have washed up on Bells Beach north of Brisbane, creating a spectacular vision of Mother Nature in action. Redcliffe local and keen photographer Andrew Saltmarsh snapped these images on Friday afternoon after stopping at Pelican Park at Clontarf on his way home from work. “After a few minutes I noticed that it …

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Large Number of Dead Fish Floating in Waikareao Estuary Remains Mystery

The reason for a large number of dead fish floating about the head of the Waikareao Estuary this week remains unknown. The regional council’s senior pollution prevention officer John Morris assessed storm water outlets upstream and failed to find any sign of discharge from the industrial area that might have killed what looked like horse …

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Thousands of fish dead at Oyster Creek nuclear plant

More than 5,000 fish have died in a discharge canal at the Oyster Creek nuclear plant in Lacey Township.  State officials say the menhaden may be drawn to the canal’s warm water or are scared of a predator. But officials say there’s little they can do. Environmental Protection Department spokesman Larry Ragonese tells the Asbury …

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10,000 Dead Fish Found in the Lujan River in Argentina

It happened in the Luján River, where would pour their waste factories in the region. “It is very clear that it is the mouth of the Industrial Park, because upstream no dead fish,” said Graciela capodoglio, head of the Natural Reserve. In Pilar, were thousands dead on the bed of Luján River fish motif by …

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Dead Fish Appearing in Padre Island Canals Due to Cold Weather

Dead fish have been floating to the surface of local waters this past week, leaving Padre Island residents wondering what caused their deaths. 3News was alerted to the situation Thursday and called out to a canal located off the 13000 block of SPID on Padre Island. According to the Parks and Wildlife Department, the dead …

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Small Earthquake rattles Alabama for 3rd time since November

A small earthquake rattled western Alabama for the third time on Thursday in as many months. The U.S. Geological Survey reports that a magnitude 2.7 earthquake occurred about 10 miles southeast of Aliceville around 4 a.m. Thursday. No damage is being reported, and the agency says it’s unclear exactly how deep the quake happened under the Earth’s …

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Georgia Sheriff’s Deputy Says He Was Fired for Hosting Bible Study for Former Inmates

A sheriff’s deputy who served at the Hall County jail in Georgia states that he was fired this week for hosting a Bible study off site to help change the lives of former inmates. “It was to help rehabilitate spiritually the guys who are pretty much coming out of jail,” Josh McCuen told reporters. McCuen …

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New York Times Says Government Should Block ISIS Websites

Martin London, counsel to the law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, who has litigated on First Amendment issues, says the federal government “should move decisively to block Inspire on the web.” Inspire, an online English language magazine, is said to be published by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). “The online magazine proclaims …

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Homeless encampments growing and multiplying in L.A. neighborhoods.

Evicted four months ago from their Highland Park apartment, Louis Morales and his 18-year-old stepson, Arthur Valenzuela, live half-hidden by brush along the nearby Arroyo Seco riverbed. Morales, 49, keeps a framed bible verse and a stuffed monkey in his tent. Water hauled by bike from a park heats up on the camp stove. Next …

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‘It will be hard to trust Netanyahu’ after latest bust-up, US officials reportedly say

The public spat between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government and US President Barack Obama’s administration escalated further Friday evening, with US officials reportedly charging that it will be “hard to trust” Netanyahu again, following the fallout from the announcement Wednesday that the PM would address Congress in two months, a move he failed to coordinate …

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Judge Strikes Down Alabama’s Gay Marriage Ban

A federal judge ruled Friday that Alabama’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. The judge, U.S. District Judge Callie V.S. Granade, ruled that Alabama’s constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, known as the Sanctity of Marriage Amendment, violates the 14th Amendment’s due process and equal protection clauses. “If anything, Alabama’s prohibition of same-sex marriage detracts from …

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Nearly 50 million Americans now on food stamps as middle class plummets into poverty

Fifty years after President Lyndon B. Johnson declared a “war on poverty,” and five years after President Obama’s administration declared the “Great Recession” over, a record number of Americans remain on taxpayer-supported federal and state assistance programs. According to the most recent government figures, as reported by CNSNews.com, more than 46 million Americans are not …

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CDC lies: Measles outbreaks confirmed among children already vaccinated

Maybe Mickey Mouse is responsible for spreading measles to children at Disneyland? This is a more likely hypothesis than health department claims that unvaccinated children are to blame for a recent outbreak that occurred at “the happiest place on Earth,” in which 39 people — and counting — from at least four states, according to …

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U.S. teams up with rebels taking over Yemen

As the Iranian-backed Shiite Houthis take over the Yemeni capital, there are indications the U.S. and the Houthis may be teaming up to battle a common foe, al-Qaida in the Arab Peninsula, or AQAP.  Senior U.S. intelligence official Michael Vickers has indicated that despite the political unrest in Yemen, the U.S. has developed an intelligence …

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DEVELOPING – FBI investigating ‘credible’ bomb threats at Atlanta airport

Bomb threats are causing delays at Atlanta’s Hartsfield Jackson International Airport. Channel 2’s Mark Winne learned that NORAD fighter jets escorted two airline flights into the airport due to credible threats of bombs on board. The Atlanta airport told Winne that Delta flight 1156 from Portland, Oregon, and Southwest flight 2492 from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, were …

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Disney Measles outbreak spreads to 6 More U.S states and Mexico

A measles outbreak centered around Disneyland in California has spread to six more US states and Mexico, and an international visitor to the theme park likely sparked the health alert, officials said Friday. Fifty-one confirmed cases of measles have been reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention since late December, the US government …

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