Thursday, November 23, 2017

Aliens in the Area 51

We may have Tang thanks to the space program, but who gave us such innovations as the Stealth fighter and Kevlar? Aliens, of course. Conspiracy theorists believe that the remains of crashed UFO spacecrafts are stored at Area 51, an Air Force base about 150...

9/11 Cover-Up

Not since the JFK assassination has there been a national tragedy so heavily imprinted in American minds — or that has given rise to quite as many alternative explanations. While videos and photographs of the two planes striking the World Trade Center towers are...

The JFK Assassination

This much we can stipulate: President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963, struck by two bullets — one in the head, one in the neck — while riding in an open-topped limo through Dealey Plaza in Dallas. Lee Harvey Oswald was charged...

Jordan Azraq camp — The first and only solar-powered refugee camp in the world

A group of about 20,000 Syrian refugees living outdoors have access to electricity as of Wednesday thanks to a newly constructed solar plant in the Azraq refugee camp in Jordan. It’s the first and only solar-powered refugee camp in the world. “Each family can now...

United States and Britain making money from Saudi war on Yemen

Chris McGrane, an activist and political commentator, says the United States and Britain are "very adamant to carry on this massive sale of arms to Saudi Arabia because the more bombs Saudi Arabia drops and those weapons need to replace in, more money...

Marijuana can really help people with pain management even treating drug addiction

Cannabis Nasal Spray Stops Childrens’ Seizures Immediately
Harm reduction is a strategy for treating addiction that begins with acceptance. A friendlier, less disciplined sister of abstinence, this philosophy aims to reduce the overall level of drug use among people who are unable or simply unwilling to stop. What should naturally follow is...

Sun stayed up for more than five days at the South Pole

Sun doesn't set for five days at the South Pole. Watch a time-lapse video of the sun that stayed up for more than 120 consecutive hours! Polar explorers in Antarctica captured a fantastic phenomenon between March 8-13: the sun stayed up for five days. It...

115 bodies in the Central African Republic’s town of Bangassou — Red Cross

Red Cross on Wednesday said its workers had found 115 bodies in the Central African Republic's (CAR) border town of Bangassou after several days of militia attacks, raising by more than four times a previously reported death toll. Antoine Mbao Bogo, the president of the...

Saudi-led war on and embargo against Yemen behind a cholera epidemic

International organizations, including the United Nations (UN) and the Red Cross, say the Saudi-led war on and embargo against Yemen are behind a cholera epidemic that has claimed the lives of more than 180 people in the impoverished country so far. The International Committee of...

CIA gave us al-Qaada, al-Nusra, al-Baghdadi, Pinochet, the Shah and Saudi — Assange

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has described the CIA as “dangerously incompetent,” in response to the US agency branding him a “friend of terrorists.” The war of words started after RT asked the CIA to comment on reports of its hacking exploits. CIA is world’s most...

4 million kids orphaned in Congo

More than 4 million children have lost at least one parent in Congo over the past two decades, the silent victims of continuous cycles of violence. And more than 26 million orphans live in West and Central Africa, where Congo is located — the second...

Venezuelan security officials accused of crimes against humanity

Venezuela's armed forces and the National Guard are responsible for the violence against anti-government demonstrations in the country. This is stated in the statement of the Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro on the situation in the Bolivarian Republic. ...

17-year-old boy and two men died in Venezuela bringing death toll climb to 42

A 17-year-old boy and two men died in Venezuela after being shot during anti-government protests, prosecutors said Tuesday, bringing to 42 the number of people killed in six weeks of unrest. The latest deaths made the recent wave of clashes almost as deadly as the...

Russia sent 5 tons of humanitarian aid to 1400 Syrian civilians, in 24 hours

Russian servicemen delivered nearly 5 tons of humanitarian aid to more than 1400 Syrian civilians in the past 24 hours, the Russian Defense Ministry said Sunday. "Within last 24 hours, the Russian Center for reconciliation of opposing sides has held 10 humanitarian actions... Total weight...

North Korea-linked Lazarus Group behind the global cyber attack — reports

Cyber security firms Symantec Corp and Kaspersky are looking into clues suggesting North Korea-linked Lazarus Group may be behind the global cyber attack, according to reports. Around 300,000 computers across 150 countries were targeted as part of the attack. One in five NHS trusts were hit...

Yemen: 7.6 million people live in areas at high risk of cholera — UN warns

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said that an estimated 7.6 million people live in areas at high risk of cholera transmission in Yemen, UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters here Monday. "Inadequate sanitation infrastructure, coupled with displacement, overcrowded shelters and...

Mars has metal in its atmosphere

NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) orbiter has spotted iron, magnesium and sodium ions — electrically charged atoms — high up in the Red Planet's atmosphere over the past two years, a new study reports. "MAVEN has made the first direct detection of the...

Bin Laden’s son to become Al Qaeda leader — He vows revenge for dad’s death

Usama bin Laden’s son reportedly seeks to avenge his father’s death and is poised to become the new leader of Al Qaeda. Personal letters seized in the raid that killed bin Laden show that his son, Hamza, is set on continuing his father's legacy, Ali...

North Korea test-fired a KN-17 medium-range ballistic missile — first successful test in four attempts

The U.S. military believes North Korea test-fired a KN-17 medium-range ballistic missile Sunday — the first successful test in four attempts for the Pyongyang regime, officials told Fox News Sunday. North Korea made three attempts last month to launch the KN-17, but failed each...

Pope Francis says Vatican has a 2,000-case backlog in processing clerical sex abuse cases

Pope Francis acknowledged Saturday that the Vatican has a 2,000-case backlog in processing clerical sex abuse cases and says criticism of the slow pace was justified. But he says more staff are being added and insists the Vatican is "on the right path." Francis was...

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