200 red-winged blackbirds fall from the sky and die in New Jersey

200 red-winged blackbirds fall from the sky and die in New Jersey

No one knows why more than 200 red-winged blackbirds fell from the sky in South Jersey. Just ahead of Thanksgiving, scores of dead birds rained down on Cumberland County. It was the second time in less than a month that...
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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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150 buildings damaged or destroyed in Tennessee wildfires

150 buildings damaged or destroyed in Tennessee wildfires

150 buildings damaged or destroyed in Sevier County Source: https://twitter.com/3onyourside/status/803633845262127104 As flames and choking smoke driven by high winds continued to bear down on the Great Smoky Mountain region of Tennessee, emergency officials ...
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The great wall of New Zealand: Incredible aftermath of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that has created 15ft high natural barriers across the landscape

The great wall of New Zealand: Incredible aftermath of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that has created 15ft high natural barriers across the landscape

The earthquake hit Kaikoura around 600 miles north of Christchurch on New Zealand’s South Island For the first time since the natural disaster on November 14, scientists have been allowed to the area They discovered a Hadrian’s Wall-like rock forma...
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Hundreds of millions of trees are dying in North America

Hundreds of millions of trees are dying in North America

(NaturalNews) In addition to the mass death of bees throughout the United States, there is another potentially life-ending death epidemic occurring as well: the death of millions of oxygen-producing trees. As noted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. F...
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Al-Qaeda linked Palestinian militant group ‘claims responsibility’ for devastating Haifa fires which have cost thousands of Israeli families everything

Al-Qaeda linked Palestinian militant group ‘claims responsibility’ for devastating Haifa fires which have cost thousands of Israeli families everything

Palestinian Salafist group Ma’sadat al-Mujahideen has claimed that it was behind the blazes  Blazes have spread to villages near Jerusalem and have destroyed properties leaving families with nothing Police say 12 people have been arrested as Israeli PM labe...
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Popocatepetl volcano erupts strongly sending ash plume 5 kilometers in the air

Popocatepetl volcano erupts strongly sending ash plume 5 kilometers in the air

The Popocatepetl volcano in Mexico is entering an new phase of enhanced activity. After several explosions at night, the volcano had a strong eruption ejecting ash and gas 5 km above the crater.   At night, seven explosions happened at 00:14,...
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Israel On Fire: Where’s the Coverage?

Israel On Fire: Where’s the Coverage?

The State of Israel is currently besieged with a massive eruption of wild fires. In Haifa, Israel’s third-largest city, 75,000 people — 25% of the population – have been evacuated from their homes. Blazes are endangering communities in dozens of....
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Otto weakens to tropical storm as it moves across Nicaragua

Otto weakens to tropical storm as it moves across Nicaragua

MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) – Hurricane Otto weakened rapidly as it moved across southern Nicaragua on Thursday after making landfall on that country’s Caribbean coast as a dangerous Category 2 storm. It was the southernmost hurricane on record to hit ...
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Officials say evidence of widespread arson unclear as fires burn overnight in many parts of Israel

Officials say evidence of widespread arson unclear as fires burn overnight in many parts of Israel

Israeli security officials warned against jumping to conclusions about the cause of the wave of fires that has struck Israel in recent days, Channel 10 reported late Thursday. The fires have cut a path of destruction across several of the...
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SpaceX Wants to Launch Over 4,000 Satellites Into Orbit

SpaceX Wants to Launch Over 4,000 Satellites Into Orbit

SpaceX has filed an application with the FCC to launch a total of 4,425 satellites into space. These satellites would be used to bring high-speed internet access to the entire world. Elon Musk first announced this internet plan back in...
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Iran Has Violated Nuclear Deal Again, Says UN Watchdog

Iran Has Violated Nuclear Deal Again, Says UN Watchdog

Last week, Iran exceeded its limit on heavy water for the second time since the agreement concerning its nuclear program was signed last January, the UN nuclear watchdog organization International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reported. The Joint Comprehensive P...
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Global Warming Alarmists Redefine What A Hurricane Is So We’ll Have More Of Them

Global Warming Alarmists Redefine What A Hurricane Is So We’ll Have More Of Them

Whether they admit it out loud or not, many global warming alarmists want more destructive weather events to validate their assumptions. But what happens when they can’t get their “dirty weather,” as Al Gore calls it? Then they’ll just ...
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EPA plans for unlimited dumping of fracking wastewater in the Gulf

EPA plans for unlimited dumping of fracking wastewater in the Gulf

If you think that there are rules in place limiting the amount of toxic chemicals that can be released into the nation’s waters, the Center for Biological Diversity has some bad news for you: the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) plans...
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City mayors create ‘global parliament’ to manage urbanisation

City mayors create ‘global parliament’ to manage urbanisation

QUITO, Ecuador (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – More than 60 mayors from around the world have joined forces to create an alliance dubbed a ‘global parliament’ to demand a more powerful role in the management of city growth and urbanisation. Sp...
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Nuke plant has been hacked, says Atomic Energy Agency director

Nuke plant has been hacked, says Atomic Energy Agency director

The director of the International Atomic Energy Agency has said he’s aware of a successful hack of a nuclear power plant. And as if that isn’t bad enough, he also knows of an attempt to steal enriched uranium. Yukiya Amano...
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Volcano erupts in southern Japan, no injuries reported

Volcano erupts in southern Japan, no injuries reported

Mount Aso’s explosive eruption occurs for 1st time in 36 years Ash falling as far as 320 km away-media Power company says no impact on Sendai nuclear plant Mount Aso in southern Japan has sent huge plumes of grey smoke 11...
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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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Violent eruption of Mexico’s ‘Volcano of Fire’ forces evacuations

Violent eruption of Mexico’s ‘Volcano of Fire’ forces evacuations

Streams of lava and large plumes of ash emitted in a dramatic volcanic eruption has forced residents in the state of Colima, Mexico to leave their homes. One of the most active volcanoes in North America, the Colima volcano has been...
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Bayer confirms $66bn Monsanto takeover

Bayer confirms $66bn Monsanto takeover

German chemicals giant Bayer has confirmed its record-breaking $66bn takeover of GM seeds business Monsanto – a deal that would create the world’s biggest seeds and pesticides company. The offer, a record cash takeover, values Monsanto shares at $1...
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