Monday, September 25, 2017

Over 45.000 patients cured of cancer with this natural drink

Over 45.000 Patients Cured Of Cancer With This Natural Drink - Cure Cancer Photo
An Austrian doctor became world wide famous because of his specific drink that has cured a lot of people afflicted from serious diseases. People call it the “Breuss Total Cancer Treatment” and this method already benefited a lot of people. The doctor Rudolf Breuss dedicated...

EXCLUSIVE: Great Shots of Inside Chemtrail Airplanes !!!

Officialy CIA Director Admits Government Is Using Chemtrails - CIA Director Admits Chemtrails Photo 2
Inside shot of a Chemtrail Airplane? Chemtrail Tanks?  Some argue they are simply “Ballast Barrells”, yet they are clearly tanks and hardly represent the inner seating struture of a commercial passenger aircraft, though it is obviously one, though been converted. Okay, so let’s give them the...

Forget Mars — Here are some amazing alien-like places here on Earth

Do you dream of traveling to space? If you lament the fact that you can’t hop in a rocket and travel the solar system, you may want to plan a shorter jaunt to one of these incredible destinations on planet Earth. ______ We live in a...

Who built the Egyptian pyramids?

I can remember standing in the desert near Cairo and gazing across the Sphinx to the Great Pyramid of Giza, one of the most impressive structures on Earth, and counting myself extremely fortunate to be there. The pyramid carries some impressive statistics. It stands 450...

$30 BILLION cost to end world hunger — $737 BILLION U.S. spends per year on defense

The cost to end world hunger… — $30 billion per year is needed to end world hunger — $737 billion per year is the amount Congress spends on Defense How much does it cost to solve world hunger? World hunger can be eradicated. A price has been set and...

The 7 most exclusive secret societies in history

Freemasons reportedly have a number of secret handshakes that they employ when meeting fellow travelers. Thumbs are pressed against knuckles or wrists in various permutations depending on the greeters' position within the society. Members of the Illuminati might be seen declaring their affiliation with hand...

Moscow hopes Iran won’t quit nuclear deal, expects US to fulfill obligations, Lavrov

Moscow hopes that Tehran will not quit the nuclear program agreement and that Washington will not violate its obligations under that document, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Wednesday. “As for Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s statement to the effect Iran might quit the Joint Comprehensive...

Qatar to return its envoy to Iran

The Qatari ambassador to Iran is set to return to Tehran more than one and a half years after he was withdrawn, the Qatari Foreign Ministry announced Wednesday. "The State of Qatar announced today that its ambassador to Tehran will return to exercise its diplomatic...

US sanctions 16 entities, individuals over North Korea’s nuclear program

The United States on Tuesday announced new sanctions on 16 entities and individuals, mainly from China and Russia, for their alleged ties to North Korea's nuclear weapons program. The designations are in line with a recent U.N. Security Council resolution sanctioning North Korea for its...

US helicopters transfer Daesh members from eastern Syria, monitor

The US has airlifted a number of Daesh Takfiri terrorists near the eastern Syrian city of Dayr al-Zawr, where Syrian troops are closing in on the Takfiri terrorists, the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says. The London-based group said two US helicopters conducted the...

Catalan parliament to hold an independence referendum at October 1

In spite of protests from Madrid, the Catalan parliament has passed a law to hold an independence referendum at the beginning of October. The referendum will ask Catalonians whether or not they want the Spanish province to become "an independent country in the form of...

Russian navy fires cruise missiles at ISIL targets near Syria’s Dayr al-Zawr

Russian navy fires cruise missiles at Daesh targets near Syria's Dayr al-Zawr, according to reports -- A Russian Black Sea Fleet warship launched strikes with cruise missiles on Daesh targets in Syria as part of the operation to free Deir ez-Zor from Daesh terrorists,...

5 people confirmed dead, 8 injured in Kabul suicide attack

Five people were confirmed dead and eight others injured as a suicide bomber blew himself up in Kabul city on Tuesday, Interior Ministry's spokesman Najib Danish said. In talks with reporters, Danish said that a terrorist blew himself up next to a branch of New...

Red Cross says staff member killed in South Sudan

Red Cross says staff member killed in South Sudan ambush, reported Reuters on Saturday. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Saturday one of its drivers was shot dead when a convoy of their vehicles was ambushed in South Sudan's Western...

US-led coalition planes leave surveillance of ISIS convoy

At the request of Russia, Coalition surveillance aircraft have left the area where they were monitoring the movements of an ISIS convoy in the Syrian desert. Russia made the request as part of deconfliction as Syrian forces on the ground continue to advance on...

Destructive Irma powers towards Florida, leaving behind path of death, destruction

Irma powers toward Florida, leaving behind path of death, destruction told Reuters on Friday -- Hurricane Irma, one of the most powerful Atlantic storms in a century, drove toward Florida on Friday as it lashed the Caribbean with devastating winds and torrential rain, leaving behind...

WHO rises alarm over DR Congo cholera epidemic

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Saturday sounded the alarm over a cholera outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo which has already claimed 528 lives and reached "worrying proportions". The UN says cholera is a major public health problem in the country with millions...

Microplastic contamination found in tap water around the world

Microplastic contamination has been found in tap water in countries around the world, leading to calls from scientists for urgent research on the implications for health. Scores of tap water samples from more than a dozen nations were analysed by scientists for an investigation by...

528 people died by Cholera after it spread to 20 of DR Congo’s 26 provinces, WHO

More than 500 people have died so far in a cholera epidemic that is sweeping Congo, the World Health Organization (WHO) said. https://twitter.com/VOPnewsroom/status/906632713838280704 Outbreaks of the water-borne disease occur regularly in Congo, mainly due to poor sanitation and a lack of access to clean drinking water. But...

Syrian army, allies retake control over Dayr al-Zawr power station

Syrian army soldiers, backed by allied fighters from popular defense groups, have managed to regain full control over a power station in Dayr al-Zawr as they push to drive the Daesh Takfiri terrorists out of the strategic eastern city. Syrian government forces and their allies...

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