NWO: Vatican Aligns With UN/Muslims migrants throw 12 Christians Overboard and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

6.5 magnitude earthquake strikes sea-floor near Fiji

There is no tsunami threat to Hawaii after a 6.5 (preliminary magnitude 6.8) earthquake reported at 5:53 a.m. HST on Friday, April 17, 2015 in the Fiji Region, according to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center. The USGS reports that the quake was located: 87 miles SSW of Sigave, Wallis and Futuna; 148 miles ENE of …

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US government allows powerful corporations to sell California water with no permits or reporting during drought

With water being our most precious commodity, you would think that government officials would be keeping very close tabs on its usage, especially in states like California where drought conditions are now entering their fourth year. However, Governor Jerry Brown is just now cracking down on state municipalities, attempting to get them to cut back …

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Senate ‘just rewrote’ Constitution to give Obama more power

The bill that would enable Congress to review any nuclear deal with Iran is coming under fire for allegedly altering the Constitution’s requirements for treaties. One prominent talk-radio host even is accusing the U.S. Senate of rewriting the Constitution to allow approval of a treaty with only one-third of the Senate, plus one. WND has …

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24 new HIV cases reported in Indiana county, 130 Total

Indiana health officials say there are two dozen new HIV cases in southeastern Indiana, bringing the outbreak’s total cases to 130. The Indiana State Department of Health said Friday there are now 120 confirmed HIV cases and 10 preliminary positive cases. That’s up from 106 last week. Those infected either live in Scott County or …

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April Blizzard Causes 70-Vehicle Pile-Up in Wyoming

As many as 70 vehicles piled up in one spot of a Wyoming interstate Thursday after a heavy April storm dropped almost 10 inches of snow on the area, authorities said. An almost 150-mile-long stretch of Interstate 80 remained closed in both directions Thursday afternoon between Cheyenne in southeast Wyoming and Rawlins in the central …

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Mystery surrounds spate of huge dust storms around world

This year has seen a rash of massive dust storms around the world that have led to travel chaos and blocked out sunlight – but experts cannot pinpoint the reason behind the spate. This week incredible footage showed the moment an unusual ‘apocalyptic’ dust storm, known in Arabic as a haboob, struck Belarus, turning day …

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USA Fading as Economic Leader

As world leaders converge here for their semiannual trek to the capital of what is still the world’s most powerful economy, concern is rising in many quarters that the United States is retreating from global economic leadership just when it is needed most. The spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank have …

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Train Hauls in Military Equipment For Town ‘Troop Training’

A large-scale military exercise set to run from July 15 to November 15 has sparked rampant conspiracy theories involving everything from Walmart to martial law. The Special Operations mission, called Jade Helm 15, is just another training opportunity to “practice core special warfare tasks,” according to United States Army representatives. “The size and scope of …

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Iris Scanner Identifies Person 40 Feet Away

Police traffic stops are in the news again, tragically, sparking a new round of discussion on whether and how to outfit police with cameras and other technology. For several years now, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University’s CyLab Biometrics Center have been testing an iris recognition system that can be used to identify subjects at a …

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Billions of jellyfish appearing off the British coastline after two weeks of warm weather

This week’s warm weather may have tempted you to take a dip in the UK’s usually chilly waters. And if you had, you wouldn’t have been the only one swimming around the coastline. Billions of jellyfish have appeared in our waters, apparently attracted by the higher sea temperatures. Hundreds of the barrel jellyfish – each …

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Mexico’s ‘Volcano of Fire’ in Colima spews colossal column of ash over neighboring Ciudad Guzman

Mexico’s Colima volcano has spewed a giant 3.5-kilometre-high column of ash that rained down on a nearby city, authorities say. The Jalisco state civil protection agency said a “moderate” quantity of ash fell on Ciudad Guzman, a town near the western state of Colima, where the volcano is located. A civil protection official said there …

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Iran poses growing cyber threat to US

Iran poses a growing threat to America’s computer networks and has launched increasingly sophisticated digital attacks and spying on US targets, according to a new report released Thursday.Iran’s far-reaching hacking efforts indicate the regime is searching for vulnerable infrastructure that could be hit in future cyber assaults, said the study by private cyber security company …

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NATO Simulating War Against Russia During Drills

During its military drills, NATO is increasingly often simulating the war with a conditional enemy understood as Russia instead of practicing anti-terror activities, Russian General Staff head Valery Gerasimov said Thursday. Russian General Staff head said that the number of NATO exercises had almost doubled in 2014. “While in previous years the issues of crisis …

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One Million People Pre-Order The Apple Watch On First Day

ANALYSTS PREDICT THAT APPLE WILL RAMP UP PRODUCTION OF THE APPLE WATCH AFTER PRE-ORDERS TOTALED MORE THAN 1 MILLION ON FRIDAY ALONE, PUSHING WAIT TIMES WELL INTO THE SUMMER FOR SOME MODELS. “And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or …

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Mystery blob in the Pacific messes up US weather and ecosystems

An unusual threat is looming off the Pacific coast of North America from Juneau in Alaska to Baja California. Now roughly 2000 kilometres wide and 100 metres deep, a mass of warm water that scientists are calling “the blob” has lingered off the coast for a year and a half and has set temperature records, …

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