01 Feb 15
4.0 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Grant County
An earthquake was recorded near the town of Caldwell, KS., in Grant County Sunday afternoon. The 4.0 magnitude quake struck at approximately 12:06 p.m.
Japanese PM: We Will Never Forgive Terrorists
A visibly upset Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has vowed to "never forgive terrorists" after the Islamic State (ISIS) released a video purportedly showing the beheading of Japanese hostage Kenji Goto. "I am extremely angry about these heinous and despicable terrorist acts. We will never forgive terrorists," Abe told reporters in Tokyo on Sunday morning (local time), according to the AFP news agency.
Neo-Nazis Plan Rally in London Jewish Neighborhood
The racist group, calling itself "Liberate Stamford Hill," says the rally is to oppose the "Jewification" of the UK, and particularly to protest Stamford Hill's local "Shomrim" neighborhood watch initiative.
Netanyahu: No Terrorist is Immune to Israeli Strikes
"Over the weekend we witnessed how terrorist elements operate beyond our southern border in Sinai and we have also seen Iran's attempts to open another front against us on the Golan Heights, in addition to the front it is operating against us in southern Lebanon."
The hidden US message to Israel behind the leaked reports of the Mughniyeh assassination
Whoever leaked the details of the 2008 joint Mossad-CIA assassination of Hezbollah operational chief Imad Mughniyeh to two US newspapers, and certainly to a paper like The Washington Post, (the second one was Newsweek), did not do so capriciously. Most likely someone wanted to send the following message to the people of Israel and also to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: You need us.
Lieberman: Third Lebanon war is inevitable
"A fourth operation in the Gaza Strip is inevitable, just as a third Lebanon war is inevitable" because of indecisiveness in Israel's response to the Hezbollah attack in Mt. Dov, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman told Ynet on Sunday morning.
The foreign minister said Israel's deterrence has been compromised following the Hezbollah attack last week...and what he considered to be an insufficient response from Israel.
Anoka-Hennepin Schools May Start Depression Screenings
Minnesota’s largest school district is discussing screening high school students for depression and anxiety in the classroom.
As part of a state grant to improve mental health services, Anoka-Hennepin schools could offer a screening as soon as next fall.
New Boko Haram attack on Nigerian city of Maiduguri
Boko Haram Islamist militants have launched a fresh assault on the strategically important Nigerian city of Maiduguri, eyewitnesses say.
Gunfire was reported on the streets of the northern city after an attack that began in the early hours of Sunday.
It comes a week after Boko Haram's last attempt to capture the capital of Borno state was repelled by the Nigerian army with heavy loss of life.
Canada gives spy agency new anti-terror powers
Canada's spy agency will be granted new powers in legislation unveiled Friday to thwart terror plots in a national security overhaul precipitated by twin jihadist attacks three months ago.
Spain rally: Podemos holds Madrid mass 'March for Change'
Tens of thousands of people have massed in central Madrid for a rally organised by radical Spanish leftists Podemos.
The "March for Change" is one of the party's first outdoor mass rallies, as it looks to build on the recent victory of its close allies Syriza in Greece.
Egyptian leader warns of ‘long battle’ against jihadists
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said on Saturday the battle against jihadist insurgents in the Sinai Peninsula would be a long and hard one, as violence there continues unabated.
Sisi spoke following a meeting with his top brass two days after militants killed more than two dozen people, mostly soldiers, in the latest attacks in the largely lawless North Sinai.
Chile's President Bachelet proposes end to total abortion ban
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet has announced plans to end a total ban on abortions in the predominantly Roman Catholic country.
Angela Merkel rules out Greece debt cuts as Syriza refuses to cooperate with troika
he German chancellor Angela Merkel has ruled out debt cuts for Greece, saying Athens had already been forgiven billions of euros by private creditors and banks.
The left-wing party Syriza emerged victorious from last week’s elections after vowing to halve Greece's debt. Greece's new government insists it will honour pre-election promises to cut the country's rescue loans and scrap painful budget measures that were demanded by the troika - the European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund - in exchange for the bailout.
Chad army says kills 120 Boko Haram militants in Cameroon
Chadian forces have killed 120 militants from Boko Haram in a battle in the north of neighboring Cameroon that began when the insurgents attacked its troops, the army said in a statement on Saturday, adding that three of its soldiers were killed.
The Official White House Terrorist Identification Chart
The Official White House Terrorist Identification Chart
OPEC Sees Oil Prices Exploding to $200 a Barrel
Right now the oil market is totally focused on finding a bottom for oil prices. However, according to OPEC's Secretary-General Abdulla al-Badri we've already hit bottom. Not only that, but he sees a real possibility that oil prices could explode higher to upwards of $200 per barrel in the future. He's far from the only one that sees a return of triple-digit oil prices.
31 Jan 15
Likud Press Conference to Expose Obama-Labor Link
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Congressman Lee Zeldin, R-NY-1, have sent a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry asking for information regarding V15, in which they stated that “given the overtly partisan nature of this particular case, we are deeply concerned by the relationship that also exists between OneVoice and the U.S. Department of State. OneVoice lists the State Department as a partner on its website.
Egypt Designates Hamas a Terrorist Organization
Egypt has officially banned Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood-affiliate that operates in the Gaza Strip, and named it a terrorist organization.
ISIS Beheads Kenji Goto
ISIS released a video showing the beheading of Japanese hostage Kenji Goto.
Goto, 47, was a freelance TV journalist. He went to Syria to try and free his friend Haruna Yukawa, who was beheaded by ISIS last week.
The “Falling Away” – Has It Happened?
for Christians, there is one prophecy that is at the top of the list.It tells us that prior to the Tribulation, something called “a falling away” must come. In the light of many other prophetic developments, this event seems to be in the process of happening at the present time.
Nothing off limits for new Christian prophecy show
Horn describes SkyWatch as a combination of ABC’s “20/20″ and the popular “Unsolved Mysteries” series, but presented through the lens of an evangelical Christian worldview.
Ebola virus mutating but will not become airborne, scientists say
The Ebola virus that has claimed nearly 9,000 lives across West Africa is gradually mutating but will not become airborne, scientists said on Thursday.
Compulsory income tax on Christians drives Germans away from Protestant and Catholic churches
Hundreds of thousands of German Christians are formally renouncing their faith and leaving the church in order to escape a controversial change in the tax laws.
...Church members in Germany are required by law to pay tax to fund church activities, which is collected by the government.
Obama has agreed to 80 percent of Iran's demands in nuclear talks, Israeli officials tell Ch. 10
Israeli officials told Channel 10 on Friday that they are convinced the Obama administration has already agreed to most of Iran’s demands in the P5+1 negotiations over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.
According to unnamed officials, Washington “has given the Iranians 80 percent of what they want” out of the negotiations, Channel 10 is reporting.
Egypt's Sisi cuts short visit over Sinai attacks
Egyptian President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has cut short a visit to an African Union summit to deal with an upsurge of attacks in the Sinai peninsula.
Militants targeted military and police in North Sinai late on Thursday, which officials say killed at least 32 and wounded many more.
The group Sinai Province, which has pledged allegiance to Islamic State (IS), said it carried out the attacks.
US, UK condemn latest Israeli plan for settler housing as 'illegal, illegitimate'
The United States and the United Kingdom on Friday both condemned the Israeli government’s plan to issue new tenders for housing units in the West Bank.
Israel published tenders on Friday for the construction of 450 new housing units in occupied Palestinian territory, a move that critics denounced as a political gesture ahead of a March general election.
Islamic State seizes oil facility in north Iraq, 15 workers missing
Islamic State insurgents on Saturday seized a small crude oil station near the northern Iraqi city Kirkuk where 15 employees were working, and explosions in and around the capital Baghdad killed at least nine people.
Two officials from the state-run North Oil Co confirmed the militants seized a crude oil separation unit in Khabbaz and said 15 oil workers were missing after the company lost contact with them.
Dozens dead in bombing of mosque in Pakistan
An explosion ripped through a Shia mosque in southern Pakistan during weekly prayers yesterday, killing more than 40 people and wounding at least 50 in an apparent suicide attack, hospital officials said. The bombing, in Shikarpur, about 480km north of Karachi, was the country’s worst sectarian attack in months.
Mitt Romney will not run in 2016 election
Mitt Romney, the Republican beaten by President Obama in the US 2012 election, has decided he will not run for president again.
Mr Romney, 67, said he had decided it was "best to give other leaders in the party the opportunity to become our next nominee".
IS chemical weapons expert killed, says US military
A chemical weapons expert with the Islamic State (IS) militant group in Iraq has been killed in a coalition airstrike, the US military has said.
Abu Malik's training provided IS with "expertise to pursue a chemical weapons capability", a statement said.