Exclusive: ISIS Puts Out Holiday Attack List Of U.S. Churches

Exclusive: ISIS Puts Out Holiday Attack List Of U.S. Churches

The terror group threatened “bloody celebrations in the Christian New Year”. The Islamic State published the names and addresses of thousands of churches in the United States and called on its adherents to attack them during the holiday season, according to...
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Fires Are Finally Out, But Tallies Are Devastating

Fires Are Finally Out, But Tallies Are Devastating

The blazing brush fires which consumed Israel in the past week have finally been quenched, but the damage done is staggering, officials say. While Israel downgraded its state of emergency and sent most of its firefighters back to regular duty...
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French government offers refugees and migrants €2,500 to ‘voluntarily’ deport themselves

French government offers refugees and migrants €2,500 to ‘voluntarily’ deport themselves

‘Simply offering a sum of money will not convince people to go back. It’s futile,’ says refugee charity worker. The French government is offering €2,500 to refugees who “voluntarily” leave and return to their own countries if they do so be...
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Russian state TV: “brazen behavior toward Russia may have nuclear consequences”

Russian state TV: “brazen behavior toward Russia may have nuclear consequences”

on Sunday state TV channel “Russia 1” showed a 20-minute story that prepares viewers for war with the United States in the airspace over Syria. “brazen behavior toward Russia may have nuclear consequences,” – said a leading Dmitry...
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President Hollande has admitted ‘France has a problem with Islam’

President Hollande has admitted ‘France has a problem with Islam’

French president Francois Hollande has admitted the country ‘has a problem with Islam’ and warned France’s national symbol will one day by a woman in a burka. Hollande also branded ethnic minority football stars as ‘guys from the estate...
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French leader may snub Putin over Syria “war crimes”

French leader may snub Putin over Syria “war crimes”

Ayrault also told the radio network that President Francois Hollande would take the Aleppo bombardment into consideration when decided whether to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin, as scheduled, when he visits Paris on Oct. 19. “If the President decides ...
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Paris climate agreement to take effect Nov. 4

Paris climate agreement to take effect Nov. 4

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The landmark Paris agreement on climate change will enter into force on Nov. 4, after a coalition of the world’s largest polluters and small island nations threatened by rising seas pushed it past a key threshold...
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Bulgaria approves nation-wide ban on Hijab

Bulgaria approves nation-wide ban on Hijab

Bulgaria has passed a law banning “clothing that partially or completely covers the face” including hijab and niqab, according to reports. Women violating the law can be fined from 200 leva (₹7,650) to 1,500 leva (₹57,400) for repeat offenders....
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Israeli UN Envoy: Jew-Hatred At ‘Highest Level of Our Lifetimes’

Israeli UN Envoy: Jew-Hatred At ‘Highest Level of Our Lifetimes’

TEL AVIV – Jew hatred and demonization of Israel are at “the highest level of our lifetimes,” Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations said at a high-level forum on anti-Semitism held on Wednesday at the UN’s headquarters in New York. “Over 1/3....
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‘Threat is real’: France to deploy 3k troops, prepare students for terror attacks on schools

‘Threat is real’: France to deploy 3k troops, prepare students for terror attacks on schools

France will deploy around 3,000 reserve troops to provide security to schools, education and security ministers have announced. Anti-terror drills aimed at preparing students for potential attacks will also be ramped up. Around 12 million French students are p...
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Praying protester knocks out passerby during ‘peaceful’ church demonstration (VIDEO)

Praying protester knocks out passerby during ‘peaceful’ church demonstration (VIDEO)

A group of Catholic fundamentalists recently gathered outside St. Rita’s Church in Paris, France, to protest the church’s longstanding closure. However, attendees weren’t quite the bastion of holiness themselves: One delivered a knockout punch to a bysta...
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Ukraine: Soros Hack Reveals Media Manipulation

Aside from Europe’s refugee crisis, the data leak provides other important glimpses in Soros’ influence of global affairs. One memo, which is an overview of the “Ukraine Media Project”  exposes how Soros influences media coverage of ev...
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Train crashes in southern France, at least 12 injured – reports

Train crashes in southern France, at least 12 injured – reports

At least 12 people have been injured in a train crash in southern France, France Bleu Radio reports. The incident occurred on a railway line between the towns of Nimes and Montpellier. The train collided with a tree that had...
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U.S. accepts more Syrian refugees than all of EU: 8,000 vs. 6,000

U.S. accepts more Syrian refugees than all of EU: 8,000 vs. 6,000

Despite promises of European Union member states to take in 160,000 refugees, a new report shows that they’ve accepted a fraction, 6,000, while the United States has embraced 8,000 of a planned 10,000 this year. As President Obama, backed by...
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