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U.N. says 103,000 Migrant Landings in Europe to Date – Update

By: Some 103,000 migrants have crossed the Mediterranean to land in Europe to date this year, more than half of those arriving in Italy, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said Tuesday. That includes about 54,000 in Italy and another 48,000 in Greece, said the UNHCR. Most migrants landing in Italy have left […]

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Pics from the Fall of Ramadi

By: Wait till the United States does a emergency resupply… then walk in and take the gear from the Iraqi military. Continue reading article and see all pictures – HERE

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State to “Anti-Vaxxers”: No Vaccination, No Child Support

By: When United Torah Judaism inked its coalition agreement with Likud on April 29, party members triumphantly hailed the reversal of a slew of legislative measures implemented by arch-nemesis Yair Lapid, including an increase in monthly child allowances — but it came with one caveat. Under the terms of the coalition deal, which appointed […]

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Chile’s Calbuco Volcano Erupts for Third Time in 8 Days

By: Chile’s Calbuco Volcano erupted again Thursday, marking the third time since last week, the National Service of Geology and Mining said. Gregorio Billikopf lives across Lake Llanquihue from the volcano has been photographing and videotaping the three eruptions and described Thursday’s event as spectacular but not as severe as the two prior ones. […]

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Wichita, Kansas Schools Floundering; 81 Languages Spoken in the School District

By: Red states turn blue as towns are colonized across the heartland! If your community is considering “welcoming” refugees, please pay attention! Spartanburg are you listening! Once you open a resettlement office in your town, the flow will NOT end! I tell every group I speak to that the schools will be the first […]

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Chile’s Calbuco Volcano Wakes Up from 54-Year Slumber

By: Santiago: Volcano Calbuco in southern Chile has erupted for the first time in more than five decades on Wednesday, sending a thick plume of ash and smoke nearly 20 kilometres into the sky. Chile’s Onemi emergency office declared a red alert following the sudden eruption at around 6pm local time, about 1000 kilometres […]

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Update: Mexico Scrambles to Find Stolen Radioactive Material

By: Laurent Thomet of Authorities appealed for help among Mexico’s population on Thursday to locate stolen radioactive material, the latest theft of such dangerous substances in the country. The interior ministry issued an alert in five southern and eastern states late Wednesday, two days after a toolbox-sized container carrying the Iridium-192 source was snatched […]

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Fukushima Radiation Has Reached North American Shores

By: Tracy Leow of Seaborne radiation from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear disaster has reached North America. Scientists at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution detected small amounts of cesium-134 and cesium-137 in a sample of seawater taken in February from a dock on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. It’s the first time radioactivity from the March 2011 […]

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INVASION! DHS Launches “Family Reunification,” Refugee Program for Central Americans

By: To facilitate the often treacherous process of entering the United States illegally through the southern border, the Obama administration is offering free transportation from three Central American countries and a special refugee/parole program with “resettlement assistance” and permanent residency. Under the new initiative the administration has rebranded the official name it originally assigned […]

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Ukraine’s Largest Nuclear Power Plant Suffers 2nd Emergency Shutdown in 3 Weeks

By: Following a reported “minor” accident three weeks ago, Ukraine’s Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, Europe’s largest and the 5th biggest in the world, was shutdown. The ‘glitch’ it appears has reoccurred as RT reports, one of the reactors at the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant has automatically shut down. Causes are still being investigated. *UKRAINE’S […]

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Australian Court to Penalize Homeopaths for Claiming Vaccine Alternative

By: John Timmer of The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has convinced a court that a company that offers homeopathic remedies was “misleading and deceptive” when it tried to argue that said remedies provide a viable alternative to the pertussis vaccine. The case dates back to early 2013. The company, Homeopathy Plus, posted a […]

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China Prepares to Bailout Russia

By: Earlier this evening China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange’s (SAFE) Wang Yungui noted “the impact of the Russian Ruble depreciation was unclear yet, and, as Bloomberg reported, “SAFE is closely watching Ruble’s depreciation and encouraging companies to hedge Ruble risks.” His comments also echoed the ongoing FX reform agenda aimed at increasing Yuan […]

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Western Banks Cut Off Liquidity to Russian Entities

By: Tyler Durden of As Zero Hedge first reported today, shortly before noon one (and subsequently more) FX brokers advised clients that any existing Ruble positions would be forcibly closed out because “western banks have stopped pricing USDRUB“, over concerns of Russian capital controls. Ironically, it was this forced liquidation of mostly short RUB […]

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Newly-Released Documents Show NSA Claiming an Email Address Is a ‘Facility,’ Skirting Probable Cause Requirements

By: Tim Cushing of If it’s late Friday afternoon and the public’s attention is focused elsewhere, it must mean it’s time for another document release from James Clapper’s office (ODNI). The heavily-redacted documents dumped by the ODNI deal with the precursors to the FISA Amendments Act (FAA): the Terrorist Surveillance Program (TSP) and 2007’s […]

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Islamic Jihad Down Under

By: Leon Pittard of Approx 9.45am Monday 15th December a lone gunman entered the Lindt cafe in the CBD of Sydney and has taken an unknown number of people hostage. The siege has lasted 14 hours as I write, with five hostages escaping? Or being released? from the cafe. In a nation that has […]

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