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Drexel professor reprimanded for 'White Genocide' tweet claims it was satire

Drexel professor reprimanded for 'White Genocide' tweet claims it was satire | 26 Dec 2016 | "All I Want for Christmas is White Genocide," associate professor of politics and global studies George Ciccariello-Maher wrote on Christmas Eve.

A professor called Trump's election an 'act of terrorism.' Then she became the victim of terror.

OMG. A professor called Trump's election an 'act of terrorism.' Then she became the victim of terror. | 27 Dec 2016 | For weeks now, nightmares have been jolting Olga Perez Stable Cox awake several hours before sunrise. Sometimes she's able to fall back asleep, but more often she finds herself lying in the dark, body tossing and thoughts racing, until she's reduced to tears.

President Obama says he could have beaten Trump - Trump says 'NO WAY!'

President Obama says he could have beaten Trump - Trump says 'NO WAY!'| 26 Dec 2016 | [In an obvious dig at Hillary Clinton] President Obama said in an interview released Monday that he could have beaten Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump "if I had run again." In his most pointed critique yet, Obama said Hillary Clinton's campaign acted too cautiously out of a mistaken belief that victory was all but cert

Defying U.N., Israel Prepares to Build More Settlements

Defying U.N., Israel Prepares to Build More Settlements | 26 Dec 2016 | Undeterred by a resounding defeat at the United Nations, Israel's government said Monday that it would move ahead with thousands of new homes in disputed areas and warned nations against further action, declaring that Israel does not "turn the other cheek." Just a few days after the United Nations Security Council voted to condemn Israeli settlements, Jeru

Bryn Mawr student drops out to escape anti-Trump harassment

Bryn Mawr student drops out to escape anti-Trump harassment | 26 Dec 2016 | A student has withdrawn from Bryn Mawr College after being harassed by classmates for openly supporting President-elect Donald Trump. Andi Moritz, a freshman, claimed that the harassment began after she posted in a school ride-sharing Facebook page asking for another student to join her to canvass for Donald Trump.

Australian fur seal weighing 200kg wanders down Tasmanian street, squashes car

Australian fur seal weighing 200kg wanders down Tasmanian street, squashes car | 26 Dec 2016 | A massive Australian fur seal that turned up on a suburban street in Tasmania, 50 kilometres from the ocean, and sat on a parked car is on its way back to the wild. Dubbed "Lou-seal" by police, the wayward animal wandered into Penquite Road in the Launceston suburb of Newstead in the early hours of Boxing Day.

Terror attack not ruled out in fatal Russian military plane crash

Terror attack not ruled out in fatal Russian military plane crash | 25 Dec 2016 | All possible causes for the crash of a military jet which plunged into the Black Sea are being considered, including a terror attack, according to Russia's transport minister. All 92 people on board the Russian military Tu-154 died after it came down shortly after take-off near the resort town of Sochi.

Welfare jihad: Dozens of Danish ISIS fighters received state unemployment benefits

Welfare jihad: Dozens of Danish ISIS fighters received state unemployment benefits | 24 Dec 2016 | Denmark has discovered that dozens of its citizens fighting for Islamic State have continued to receive cash benefits. According to local media the government somehow expects jihadists to pay the improperly distributed funds back.

US 'protects' Nusra terrorists, 'punishes' Moscow for Assad support - Russian FM

US 'protects' Nusra terrorists, 'punishes' Moscow for Assad support - Russian FM | 24 Dec 2016 | Washington has Jabhat al-Nusra's back and is ready to help "any destructive forces" to achieve regime change in Syria, while Moscow is being punished for helping the country's legitimate government, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

92 feared dead as Russian plane with military band crashes en route to Syria

92 feared dead as Russian plane with military band crashes en route to Syria --Tupolev transport plane had 92 people on board, including 84 passengers and eight crew members - preliminary reports | 25 Dec 2016 | Rescue helicopters have discovered debris in the Black Sea from a Russian military transport plane which went off radar en route to Syria.

Thousands of homes without mains water in west London

Thousands of homes without mains water in west London | 25 Dec 2016 | Thousands of households in west London battled a Christmas morning without water after a broken Thames Water pump shut down a mains supply in the Twickenham area. At least five postcode areas, including Twickenham, Hounslow and Hampton had their service disrupted for several hours on Christmas Day.

Bird flu forces cull of 22 million poultry

Bird flu forces cull of 22 million poultry | 24 Dec 2016 | South Korean authorities have culled more than 22.5 million poultry this winter, according to an official, as part of intense efforts to contain its worst bird flu epidemic in recent history that has affected farms across the country. The total number slaughtered since November 18 accounts for about 15 percent of the country's poultry stock.

Russian military plane disappears from radar near Sochi

Russian military plane disappears from radar near Sochi | 25 Dec 2016 | A Russian military plane has disappeared from radar just minutes after take-off from the Black Sea resort of Sochi. The defence ministry said its Tu-154 aircraft had 91 people onboard, including service personnel, a military music band and reporters. The plane disappeared from radar 20 minutes after taking off from Sochi's Adler airport at 05:20 (02:20 GMT).

Police foil Christmas Day terror bomb plots including plan to destroy St Paul's Cathedral

Police foil Christmas Day terror bomb plots including plan to destroy St Paul's Cathedral | 23 Dec 2016 | Police said today they had foiled a plot to attack prominent sites in the city of Melbourne with a series of bombs on Christmas Day that authorities described as "an imminent terrorist event" inspired by Islamic State.

Berlin terror attack: Horrifying dashcam video shows truck speeding into Christmas market

Berlin terror attack: Horrifying dashcam video shows truck speeding into Christmas market | 23 Dc 2016 | Video has emerged from a car-mounted dashcam appearing to show the moment a truck drove into the Berlin Christmas market on Monday in an attack that killed 12 people. The video, obtained by Reuters, was taken by a taxi driver who was waiting for customers just outside the Christmas market at the Kaiser Wilhelm memorial church.

FBI, Homeland Security Warn About ISIS Christmas Church Threat List

FBI, Homeland Security Warn About ISIS Christmas Church Threat List | 23 Dec 2016 | Federal authorities warned Friday that the list of churches published by the Islamic State (ISIS) to attack on "Christian New Year" is a legitimate threat to holiday gatherings.

Donald Trump receives 'very nice' Christmas letter from Vladimir Putin, says his thoughts 'so correct'

Donald Trump receives 'very nice' Christmas letter from Vladimir Putin, says his thoughts 'so correct' | 24 Dec 2016 | United States President-elect Donald Trump has shared a "very nice" letter from Russian President Vladimir Putin, sending his "warmest Christmas and New Year greetings".

Justifying terrorism must be treated as actual attacks - Russian senators

Justifying terrorism must be treated as actual attacks - Russian senators | 23 Dec 2016 | The Russian parliament is preparing a message to other parliaments around the world, calling on them to officially recognize any "information support" of terrorism, such as justifying their actions in the media, as "passive terrorism." The head of the Russian Upper House Commission for Information Policy, Senator Aleksey Pushkov, first made this proposal as the Federation Council was

Germany had monitored Berlin truck attack suspect for months

Germany had monitored Berlin truck attack suspect for months --Amri is suspected in the attack that left 12 people dead and 48 injured Monday evening in Berlin.

Berlin truck attacker Anis Amri killed in Milan

Berlin truck attacker Anis Amri killed in Milan | 23 Dec 2016 | The Berlin market attacker, Anis Amri, has been shot dead by police in Milan. The Tunisian criminal fired on police who asked him for ID during a routine patrol in the Sesto San Giovanni area in the early hours of Friday. German authorities say fingerprints they provided have confirmed the dead man is Amri. They are trying to find out if he had accomplices.

4 More Officials Charged With Felonies in Flint Water Crisis Debacle

4 More Officials Charged With Felonies in Flint Water Crisis Debacle --Thus far, 13 state and local officials have been charged in connection with the Flint water crisis, including the four charged today. | 20 Dec 2016 | Today the Michigan attorney general filed felony charges against four former officials, including two emergency managers for Flint, Michigan, over their alleged roles in the water crisis in the city.

Brussels Terror Alert: Bomb squad swoops in after EXPLOSIVE DEVICE discovered

Brussels Terror Alert: Bomb squad swoops in after EXPLOSIVE DEVICE discovered | 23 Dec 2016 | A Brussels street is on lockdown after an explosive device was found and surrounded by bomb squad. Officers were alerted to the suspicious package found near the Turkish Federation of Belgium building in Schaerbeek. The bag, discovered in Rue Josaphat, sparked a mass police response as a robot was been drafted in to assess the item.

FBI warns of possible Islamic State-inspired attacks in U.S.

FBI warns of possible Islamic State-inspired attacks in U.S. | 23 Dec 2016 | U.S. federal authorities cautioned local law enforcement on Friday to be aware that supporters of Islamic State have been calling for their sympathizers to attack holiday gatherings in the United States, including churches, a law enforcement official said. The warning, issued in a bulletin to local law enforcement, said there were no known specific, credible threats.

UN demands end to Israeli settlements after US abstains

UN demands end to Israeli settlements after US abstains | 24 Dec 2016 | The UN Security Council demanded that Israel halt settlements in Palestinian territory, after the United States refrained from vetoing a resolution condemning its closest Middle East ally. In a rare and momentous step, the United States instead abstained, enabling the adoption of the first UN resolution since 1979 to condemn Israel over its settlement policy.

Putin says only Russia knew Trump would win

Putin says only Russia knew Trump would win | 23 Dec 2016 | Russian President Vladimir Putin praised Donald Trump for understanding the mood of American voters, claimed that only Russia knew the businessman would win the election -- and blamed Democrats for being sore losers. "The losing side always tries to pass the buck," Putin said at his year-end press conference Friday in Moscow.

US abstains as UN demands end to Israeli settlements

US abstains as UN demands end to Israeli settlements --The resolution passed with 14 votes in favor and the US's abstention | 23 Dec 2016 | The United States on Friday allowed a UN Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlement construction to be adopted, defying extraordinary pressure from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government in alliance with President-elect Donald Trump.

Erie hospital to pay, rehire ex-workers who refused flu shots

Erie hospital to pay, rehire ex-workers who refused flu shots --Saint Vincent settles federal lawsuit filed by workers who claimed religious discrimination. | 22 Dec 2016 | (PA) Saint Vincent Hospital has agreed to rehire six former employees it fired after they refused to get flu shots in late 2013 and early 2014 due to their religious beliefs.

7,000 terrorist suspects on loose in Germany - former MI6 chief

7,000 terrorist suspects on loose in Germany - former MI6 chief | 22 Dec 2016 | Thousands of terrorism suspects are on the loose in Germany and there is no way to track them down, says the former head of counterterrorism for MI6, Richard Barrett. His intervention comes as it was revealed the Berlin truck attack suspect Anis Amri was known to security services and police as a criminal with proven extremist leanings.

Melbourne terrorist plot: Seven held over alleged 'explosive' Christmas Day attack plan

Melbourne terrorist plot: Seven held over alleged 'explosive' Christmas Day attack plan | 23 Dec 2016 | Police have disrupted a terrorist plot to detonate improvised explosive devices at locations in central Melbourne, possibly on Christmas Day, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says.

Ivanka Trump, family rushed off JetBlue plane and transferred to private jet after being accosted by crazed Brooklyn lawyer

Ivanka Trump and her family are rushed off JetBlue plane and transferred to private jet in San Francisco layover after they were accosted by crazed Brooklyn lawyer | 22 Dec 2016 | After being accosted while boarding a JetBlue flight Thursday morning, Ivanka Trump and her family made sure they didn't have the same experience exiting the pl

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