After spending nearly two years in orbit on a secret mission, the U.S. Air Force’s mysterious X-37B space plane landed today (Oct. 17) at Vandenberg Air Force Base in More…
Russian consumer-safety regulators are conducting inspections at more than 200 McDonald’s Corp. (MCD) restaurants around the country.
Russian courts have temporarily closed nine restaurants, the Oak Brook, Illinois-based company said in a statement on its Russian corporate website. McDonald’s said it disagreed with the decisions and that it will
Make no mistake about it the claim of a West African Ebola outbreak which has made it to the Western world is a fake and a hoax. The photographic evidence does not support the existence of a real outbreak and, rather, demonstrates the degree of the fraud.
Editors Note: Yes, the claim that
A Hamas-affiliated website revealed on Sunday that the movement’s armed wing was continuing to dig tunnels, even after Operation Protective Edge.
Hamas Members Inside Gaza Tunnel. These tunnels are one of the major reasons that Recently provoked Israel to to Bomb Gaza back to the stone age and killing thousands, but to spite this,
Former Cuban President Fidel Castro offered the United States today his country’s cooperation in the fight against Ebola, despite the rivalry that has kept the two countries at odds for more than half a century, reported dpa news.
Fidel Castro Back in the Day
“We gladly cooperate with American personnel in this task (the
KARACHI: A recent research by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism found that only 12% of drone victims in Pakistan have been identified as militants. Moreover, the research also stated that fewer than 4% of the people killed have been identified as members of al Qaeda.
The research contradicts US Secretary of State John
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Nina Pham, one of two Dallas nurses who contracted Ebola at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, was moved to a National Institutes of Health facility in Bethesda, Md., Thursday evening. Before Pham was discharged, a doctor recorded a video of his conversation with her.
In the footage, which Pham asked the hospital to share, the
A Taliban sniper managed to get a non-fatal head-shot on a Marine’s helmet while the Marines were conducting a joint helicopter raid in the Now Zad district, Helmand Province in 2013.
The shot occurs right around 45 seconds into the video.
A community college rejects students from countries with ‘confirmed Ebola cases,’ even if that means cutting students with little to no risk of contracting the disease. “Navarro College is not accepting international students from countries with confirmed Ebola cases.”It was with shock that 33-year-old Nigerian-American academic Idris Bello read this sentence, signaling the rejection of
Chemical Weapons Iraq
Numerous US troops found and were exposed to chemical weapons while serving in Iraq after the 2003 invasion of the country, and they were plagued by not only the terrible after-effects, but by substandard medical care and little recognition after the military attempted to keep the discovery of the munitions a
London: As Islamic State’s brutality grows each passing day, the terror organisation is now under attack from guerrillas itself, it has been reported.
This is just one example of what ultimately caused the white shroud assassination group to be formed
Small groups of Syrians are hunting down the ISIS militants in their stronghold
According to a recent report published in the journal Middle East Review of International Affairs, or MERIA, militants of the Islamic State group used chemical weapons, including mustard gas, against Kurdish fighters in the Syrian border town of Kobani during their first attempt to capture the town in July.
Clandestine Navy directorate’s officers go on trial over secret weapons program
Trials are set to begin this month for two men accused of conspiring to manufacture untraceable automatic-rifle silencers for a clandestine Navy office. The directorate is suspected of running a secret weapons program.
A little-known Navy intelligence office at the Pentagon called the Directorate
A U.S. national was shot dead and another wounded in Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh on Tuesday, police said, in what appeared to be the first killing of a Westerner in years in a gun attack in the kingdom.
Police later shot and wounded an assailant and then arrested him, said the
UN agency says fatality rate at 70% and that ‘a lot more people will die’ unless world steps up its response to crisis.
A woman crawls towards the body of her sister as Ebola burial team members take her sister Mekie Nagbe, for cremation in Monrovia, Liberia. Photograph:
A woman crawls towards the body
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has made his first public appearance since 3 September, the country’s official news agency says.
The KCNA agency said on Tuesday that Mr Kim “gave field guidance” at a newly built scientists’ residential district.
Rodong Sinmun daily newspaper carried several photographs of Mr Kim using a walking stick
Russian hackers used a bug in Microsoft Windows to spy on several Western governments, NATO and the Ukrainian government, according to a report released Tuesday by iSight Partners, a computer security firm in Dallas.
The targets also included European energy and
Iraq’s military abandoned a strategically important base in Anbar province after heavy fighting with ISIS militants, provincial security force sources told CNN on Monday.
Action From an ISIS Held Position while undergoing U.S. Air Assault
The base outside the city of Hit was one of the Shiite-led government’s few remaining military outposts in Anbar,
Russia’s ruble touched a new all-time low against the euro of over 51.20 rubles per euro on Monday.
The ruble hit a low of 51.2050 against the euro and by 0820 GMT was trading at 51.2025 rubles per euro. It last approached the level of 51.20 rubles per euro in March.