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North Korea on lockdown, bans all travelers from anywhere due to Ebola fears

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Foreign tourists with any travel history are now not welcome in North Korea – concerns about Ebola made Pyongyang bar any tours from entering the country. At least this is what North Korean specialized travel agencies tell media. “We have just received official news from our partners in the DPRK that, as of tomorrow, tourists from any country, regardless of where they have recently visited,... 

Russia Goes On Full EMP Alert After Mars-Sun “Battle”

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A new report prepared by Aerospace Defence Forces (ADF) circulating in the Kremlin today states that the reason behind their ordering an immediate full-scale electromagnetic pulse (EMP) alert this past weekend was due to an astonishing, and as yet unexplained, 228 million kilometer (142 million mile) “plasma/electrical discharge” between the Sun and Mars [photo top left] on 19 October. According... 

Russia Classifies CIA Assassination Of Top French Oil CEO

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An ominous Federal Security Service (FSB) bulletin issued to all Ministries within the past hour has ordered that all information relating to the crash of the Dassault Falcon 50 business jet at Vnukovo International Airport (VKO) that killed Christophe de Margerie [photo top right], CEO of French oil giant Total [the world's 13th biggest oil producer and Europe's 2nd largest], earlier today has now... 

Canada to ship experimental Ebola vaccine to WHO

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Canada has planned to ship 800 vials of its Ebola vaccine to the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva to curb the outbreak of the disease. The experimental vaccines will be distributed by WHO in the countries most affected by the disease, the Public Health Agency of Canada announced. “The vaccine is undergoing clinical trials on humans at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in the United... 

Thousands of Italians hold massive protests against immigration

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Saturday witnessed gigantic rallies in support of the Italian Northern Secessionist and anti-immigration party “Lega Nord”, as thousands took to the streets of Milan to call for an end to the African and Muslim conquest of their ancestral homeland. A sea of Italians, with many being angered and disenchanted youth, chanted “Stop the Invasion”, and urged the masses of Italy to stand up in solidarity... 

Leading U.S. scientist warns Ebola is already changing to become more contagious

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A Liberian Red Cross burial team out on suits as they go to collect a suspected Ebola victim in Monrovia. A scientists has now warned that the virus could be getting even more contagious. The deadly Ebola virus could be mutating to become even more contagious, a leading U.S scientist has warned. The disease has killed nearly 4,000 people, infecting in excess of 8,000, the majority in the West African... 

TEPCO finally prepares for removing Fukushima nuclear fuel rods

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The protective dome over the defunct Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant’s Reactor 1 is being dismantled to prepare for the removal of nuclear fuel rods, one of the most difficult and dangerous tasks in the entire decommissioning process. The canopy was installed by TEPCO, the plant’s operator, in 2011 to mitigate the damage done to the plant in the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, which led to... 

Study links soft drinks to Cell Aging, Diabetes, Heart Disease and Cancer

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The regular consumption of fizzy drinks accelerates cellular aging of tissues, according to a new study by American scientists. People who enjoy daily carbonated sodas experience DNA changes, aging their cells by four years. After studying over 5,300 “healthy adults” in the US, aged between 20 and 65 years old, who had no history of diabetes or cardiovascular disease, the researchers found... 

Crowd of Democrats walks out on Obama

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The magic that President Obama once enjoyed at political rallies appears to have vanished into thin air, as a crowd of spectators walked out on the president during a speech for Democrats Sunday in Maryland. During an appearance for Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown, who is running for governor of Maryland, “early departures of crowd members while he spoke underscored his continuing unpopularity,”... 

72% of Norwegians say immigrants cause more crime

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A survey conducted by the Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD) has found that 72% of Norwegians surveyed believe immigrants cause more crime than native Norwegians, with just 11% disagreeing. However, 50% agreed with the statement “immigrants improve society with their ideas and cultures”, and only 22% disagreed. A similar survey from 2000 found that 50% believed immigrants caused more... 

Georgia planning to host NATO training center

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Georgia says it will allow the opening of a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) training center on its soil despite pressure from Russia, Press TV reports. Georgia’s Defense Minister Irakli Alasania said opposition from Moscow would not alter its plans to increase ties with Western countries. “This center will be jointly operated by NATO and Georgia and it’s going to be an additional layer... 

NSA used undercover agents in foreign companies

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To infiltrate foreign networks and gain access to sensitive systems, the NSA has been using the tactics of “physical subversion” – deploying undercover agents in Chinese, German, South Korean and possibly even American companies, The Intercept reports. Past reports on the National Security Agency (NSA) have typically depicted a government organ that hacks other systems or works with private... 

Three facts you did not know about the Moon

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It may seem that we know a lot more about the Moon than we do about any other celestial body. However, our natural satellite still hides many mysteries. There was time on Earth, when there was no Moon in the sky In the V century BC, Greek philosopher and astronomer Anaxagoras of Clazomenae wrote that according to his sources, the Moon appeared after the Earth was born. In the III century BC, Apollonius... 

Caribbean countries announce Ebola travel bans

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A group of Caribbean countries have announced bans on entry to foreigners who have travelled through the three West African countries most affected by Ebola. Jamaica said it would not accept travellers from Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone for the time being. Guyana, the island of St Lucia, Haiti and Colombia also introduced a ban. In the United States, President Barack Obama has resisted pressure... 

German citizens encouraged to move immigrants into their homes

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A German politician has called for a new law to be put in place which would allow German citizens to give immigrants free lodging in their own homes, rather than the German government building new homes. Martin Patzelt, a lawmaker and member of the Christian Democratic Union, said moving immigrants (claiming to be refugees) into private homes, would mean immigrants cost the state less money, with... 
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