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Mohamed Abrini

A man suspected of driving the Paris terrorists and assisting the Brussels terrorists has been arrested in Belgium. Mohamed Abrini may be the “man in the hat” who is suspected of being a radical Islamic terrorist.
Palestinian Woman Knife Attack

One moment, you’re having a conversation with a 22-year-old woman. The next moment, she pulls a large knife from her purse and tries to kill you. That’s the situation in a nutshell in Israel. Meanwhile, mainstream media and world governments continue to call for a two-state solution that is completely

A disturbing announcement was made by the IAEA where it states that money given to the agency to monitor Iran is running out. The funds for the Joint Plan of Action, which is a pact signed by Iran and the P5+1 that began in January 2014, will be exhausted by

Most had no idea that FIFA was under investigation. Now, we’re finding out that an investigation has been ongoing for years, even decades. The preeminent soccer organization that controls the fates and viewership of millions around the world has been accused of severe corruption. Seven were arrested. “As unfortunate as
Alexis Tsipras

Greece will not be able to pay the International Monetary Fund its June payment unless the European country can come up with agreements with its creditors, Yahoo reported Sunday. This is bad enough as a single payment of 750 million euros ($845 million) could go unpaid. What’s worse is that
FDA and WHO warn people to avoid fake Ebola cures

On Thursday, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) posted a bulletin on its official website that warned Americans not to fall for advertisements that promote fake cures for the deadly Ebola virus that is sweeping through West Africa. The World Health Organization (WHO) has joined the FDA in
Canada is donating its own Ebola vaccines to the WHO for use in Africa

Canada Health Minister, Rona Ambrose, has announced that the country will be donating up to 1,000 doses of an experimental Ebola vaccine to the World Health Organization (WHO) for use in West Africa in order to help fight the deadly disease. This announcement comes shortly after the WHO announced that
Amazonian tribe makes first contact with the outside world

The Brazilian government has announced that it made a rare contact with members of a rare, isolated tribe in the Amazon, not far from the border with Peru. The indigenous tribe has reportedly suffered violent attack recently, as well as exposure to disease. The Amazon region, especially the Brazil parts
Playing Cricket

For a sport that is so unknown in the United States, it’s amazing to learn that cricket is the 2nd biggest sport in the world. It seems a little like baseball, a little like hockey… or at least that’s how the images of the sport make it look. Truth be