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Jerusalem Embassy and Gaza Protests: 43 Palestinians Killed by Israeli Gunfire at Border

Jerusalem Embassy and Gaza Protests: 43 Palestinians Killed by Israeli Gunfire at Border --Over 2238 wounded, over 770 from live gunfire --40,000 protesting at border --Israeli army bombs seven Hamas targets, readies for possible rocket fire from the Strip --U.S. embassy officially opens in Jerusalem | 14 May 2018 | Dozens of Palestinians were killed in clashes with Israel on Monday in Gaza as dignitaries convened in Jerusalem for the highly anticipated official opening of the U.S. embassy. At 4:00 P.M., the opening ceremony of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem began at the American consulate in the Arnona neighborhood, which is now the official U.S. Embassy. Meanwhile, Palestinians throughout the West Bank and Jerusalem were urged to turn out en masse to protest the embassy move and take part in Tuesday's 70th anniversary of the Nakba, or "catastrophe," as Palestinians term Israel's creation. Tens of thousands of Palestinians marched on the border with Gaza.

US will promise N. Korea's Kim Jong-un it will not seek regime change - Pompeo

US will promise N. Korea's Kim Jong-un it will not seek regime change - Pompeo | 14 May 2018 | The US will have to assure North Korea it won't seek to undermine its leader Kim Jong-un, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has implied. That comes after years of slamming him as a dictator and squeezing his country with sanctions. With less than a month left before the hugely-anticipated talks between US President Donald Trump and North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore, the US top diplomat has indicated that any deal paving the way for a nuclear-free Korean peninsula will have to include certain US safeguards allowing Kim to stay in power. "We will have to provide security assurances to be sure. This has been the trade-off that has been pending for 25 years," Pompeo told 'Fox News Sunday.'

How MH370 pilot avoided being detected by radar for HOURS to ensure plane was never found - as aviation experts reveal chilling discoveries about flight's final moments

How MH370 pilot avoided being detected by radar for HOURS to ensure the plane was never found - as aviation experts reveal chilling discoveries about the flight's final moments | 13 May 2018 | World renowned aviation experts say the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was a planned and deliberate criminal act. It's been four years since the flight vanished en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur on March 8, 2014. What happened to the Boeing 777 and 239 people on board, including eight Australians, remains one of the world's greatest aviation mysteries. A panel of internationally renowned aviation experts all agreed that the probability of it being an accident was 'one in a trillion' and that pilot captain Zaharie Amad Shah 'deliberately' brought down the plane...Former Australia Transport Safety Bureau head Martin Dolan said: 'This was planned, this was deliberate, and it was done over an extended period of time.'

Attacker yells 'Allahu Akbar,' stabs five in Paris before police take him down

Attacker yells 'Allahu Akbar,' stabs five in Paris before police take him down | 13 May 2018 | The person who stabbed five people in Paris on Saturday night, killing one, yelled the Arabic phrase "Allahu Akbar," meaning "God is great," during the attack, city prosecutor François Molins told reporters at the scene. Authorities have opened a terrorism investigation, he said. Four people were wounded during the knife attack in the touristy 2nd arrondissement, or district, of Paris. It happened around 9 p.m. (3 p.m. ET) , a time when streets and sidewalks were filled with people.

Paris attacker who stabbed 5 was on police watch list, official says

Paris attacker who stabbed 5 was on police watch list, official says | 13 May 2018 | The knife-wielding attacker who went on a stabbing rampage in Paris, killing one person and wounding four more, was born in Russia's Chechnya region, a judicial source said. The attacker was shot dead by police after stabbing five people in a popular tourist district near the Paris opera house Saturday night, when sidewalks and restaurants were filled with people. During the attack, he yelled the Arabic phrase "Allahu Akbar," meaning "God is great," city prosecutor François Molins told reporters at the scene. He was on a police anti-terror watch list of people suspected of having radicalized views and posing a potential security risk, though had no criminal record, the judicial source said.

ISIS claims responsibility for deadly Paris knife attack

ISIS claims responsibility for deadly Paris knife attack | 12 May 2018 | A knife-wielding terrorist killed one person and wounded four others on a tourist-crowded Paris street before police shot him dead Saturday as he shouted "Allah Akbar!" Four people were wounded, two of whom were hospitalized in serious condition. ISIS said one of its "soldiers" carried out the attack...the BBC said. The ISIS-linked Amaq News Agency said the assailant acted in response to calls for attacks on ­anti-ISIS coalition countries.

North Korea to publicly close nuclear test site on May 23-25, invites journalists

North Korea to publicly close nuclear test site on May 23-25, invites journalists | 12 May 2018 | North Korea will openly dismantle its nuclear test site around May 23-25, state media said. Pyongyang has invited foreign journalists, including those from the US, to cover the event. The dismantling will involve collapsing all tunnels with explosions and blocking their entrances. All observation facilities, research buildings, and security posts will be removed, KCNA reported. Notably, journalists from other nations, including China, Russia, South Korea, the UK and the US, will be invited to cover the event.

North Korea pledges to dismantle nuclear site in May ceremony

North Korea pledges to dismantle nuclear site in May ceremony | 12 May 2018 | North Korea says it will begin dismantling its nuclear test site in less than two weeks in a ceremony attended by foreign journalists. Pyongyang said it was taking "technical measures" to carry out the process between 23-25 May, North Korean state news agency KCNA reported on Saturday...The move is due to take place three weeks before US President Donald Trump meets North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. In April, South Korean officials said Mr Kim had stated he "would carry out the closing of the nuclear test site in May", adding that nuclear experts from South Korea and the US would be invited to watch.

Hawaii braces for major volcano eruption, prepares for possible evacuation of 2,000

Hawaii braces for major volcano eruption, prepares for possible evacuation of 2,000 | 12 May 2018 | With scientists warning that a steam-driven volcanic eruption could occur virtually without warning, the Hawaii National Guard is prepared to use ground convoys and even helicopters if necessary to pluck hundreds of residents from an isolated southeast corner of Hawaii's Big Island. The danger comes from the lava level that is dropping inside the volcano. If it falls below the water table, water will pour onto the lava, generating steam that will likely explode from the summit in a shower or rocks, ash and sulfur dioxide gases. Hawaii Civil Defense officials says boulders as big as refrigerators could be tossed a half mile, and ash plumes could sore as high as 20,000, spread over a 12-mile area.

Federal court wants to know who, if anyone, is spying on Guantánamo defense attorneys

Federal court wants to know who, if anyone, is spying on Guantánamo defense attorneys | 11 May 2018 | In a sweeping order, a federal court has instructed the Justice Department to submit top-secret information about suspected eavesdropping on attorney-client meetings at Guantánamo in an appeal of the now stalled USS Cole death-penalty case. It is not immediately clear what the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit can do with the information. It is also not immediately clear what would happen if the U.S. government refused to furnish the information, invoking national security privilege. The next stop could be the U.S. Supreme Court.

WHO preparing for worst-case Ebola scenario, planning to use unlicensed vaccine in response

WHO preparing for worst-case Ebola scenario, planning to use unlicensed vaccine in response | 11 May 2018 | The World Health Organization is preparing for the "worst-case scenario" as it continues to respond to the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Peter Salama, deputy director-general of emergency preparedness and response at the WHO, said in Geneva, Switzerland, on Friday that it's "going to be tough and it's going to be costly to stamp out this outbreak." There have been 34 cases of Ebola virus disease reported during the past five weeks, the WHO said Friday... If they are needed, "WHO is in discussions with the government and, if pertinent, will seek approval from the national regulatory authority and the Ethics Review committee to use vaccines against Ebola as part of the response," spokesman Tarik Jasarevik said. The current vaccine against [sic] Ebola is experimental and not a licensed product. [Sounds like a Fort Detrick-born pandemic-for-profit, to be spread via an experimental vaccine.]

Package explosion outside a Texas church sparks fears of another serial bomber

Package explosion outside a Texas church sparks fears of another serial bomber [Or, maybe the first serial bomber *wasn't* the serial bomber.] | 12 May 2018 | Federal and local investigators are on alert for a possible serial bomber after a package left at the front door of a Southeast Texas church exploded - the second such incident in the last two weeks. The bomb, which caused minor damage, marked the second time in two weeks that a device has been found in the city of Beaumont. The overnight blast broke windows and caused other damage to St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Beaumont's West End, the Rev. Steven Balke told KFDM-TV on Thursday.

NRA sues New York governor, regulator for 'blacklisting campaign'

NRA sues New York governor, regulator for 'blacklisting campaign' | 11 May 2018 | The National Rifle Association on Friday sued New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and the state's financial regulator for engaging in what it said was a "blacklisting campaign" aimed at swaying banks and insurers to stop doing business with the gun advocacy group, according to a complaint. Cuomo and the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) aimed to deprive the NRA of its right to "speak freely about gun-related issues and defend the Second Amendment," the group said in the suit, referring to part of the U.S. Constitution that protects the right of Americans to bear arms.

Israeli-made weapons among arms handed over by militants in Damascus

Israeli-made weapons among arms handed over by militants in Damascus | 12 May 2018 | Israeli-made landmines were found in a large trove of medium and heavy weapons handed over by rebels in southern Damascus, Syria's state media reported. Damascus has repeatedly accused Tel Aviv of aiding militants...As part of the deal with the Syrian authorities, militants are leaving behind medium and heavy weapons. Ahead of the evacuation in the towns of Yelda, Babila and Beit Sahem, militants relinquished hundreds of weapons and munitions, including mortar launchers, machine guns, rocket and mortar shells, gunpowder, precursors for home-made explosives, as well as Israeli-made landmines, SANA, which posted a video of the armaments, reported.

Trump administration set to tighten oversight of student, exchange visas

Trump administration set to tighten oversight of student, exchange visas | 11 May 2018 | The Trump administration announced Friday that it will tighten the rules on enforcing visa overstays as part of an attempt to further crack down on unlawful immigration. A press release from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) states that the agency will change the policy for calculating the length of a visa overstay, which previously was counted in days starting from when the violation was first reported. Under the new policy, USCIS will instead count each day since a visa holder's status lapses when determining how long someone has been "unlawfully present" in the U.S.

US to help N Korea's economy if it abandons nuclear weapons

US to help N Korea's economy if it abandons nuclear weapons | 11 May 2018 | The US will assist North Korea with its economy if Pyongyang gets rid of its nuclear weapons, its secretary of state has said. "If North Korea takes bold action to quickly denuclearise, the United States is prepared to work with North Korea to achieve prosperity on par with our South Korean friends," said Mike Pompeo. Mr Pompeo said there would need to be "complete" and "robust verification" of denuclearisation, suggesting it would involve inspections to ensure the North's compliance.

Connecticut school calls police after a student made a gun out of LEGOS and pointed it at classmates

Connecticut school calls police after a student made a gun out of LEGOS and pointed it at classmates | 11 May 2018 | A Connecticut school called the cops on a student who built a gun out of Legos and pointed it at other classmates. Police were called to Jepsen Magnet School in New Haven this week because an unidentified child was pointing the gun made out of colorful toy blocks at other students. Very few details have been released by the school which serves students from pre-K to eighth grade.

'Get your guns if you try to impeach President Trump' - Southern Maryland sign causes controversy

'Get your guns if you try to impeach President Trump' - Southern Maryland sign causes controversy | 08 May 2018 | A roadside sign in Southern Maryland challenging "liberals" to "get their guns" if they try to impeach President Donald Trump has drawn widespread attention, but the Calvert County Sheriff's Office said the sign won't stay up for long. The sign, which reads "Hey liberals, better get your guns if you try to impeach Trump. From all of your deplorables in Calvert County," was erected near the intersection of Route 4, or Solomons Island Road, and Bowie Shop Road near Huntingtown in Calvert County, and has likely been there for a couple of weeks, according to Captain Dave Payne.

Erupting Hawaii volcano could next spew 10-ton boulders from its summit, scientists say

Erupting Hawaii volcano could next spew 10-ton boulders from its summit, scientists say | 10 May 2018 | The ongoing surge in volcanic activity on Hawaii’s Big Island soon could cause a massive explosion from the volcano's summit, scientists and Hawaii officials warned Wednesday. Kilauea, the longest-erupting volcano on the planet, has displaced some 1,700 people and destroyed 36 structures since a shifting flow of underground magma last week burst through the surface in a residential neighborhood about 40 miles from the top of the volcano, unleashing torrents of molten rock and toxic gases. Scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey's Hawaiian Volcano Observatory said Wednesday that the movement of magma from the summit...has caused the lava lake at the top of the volcano to drop in elevation. When that lava lake meets the ground water level -- which they think is most likely to happen sometime in the next few weeks -- it could lead to a series of powerful steam explosions that could shower the surrounding area in 10-ton molten rocks and spew ash as far as 20 miles downwind, the scientists said during a conference call with reporters.

FBI Secretly Planted Spy in Trump Campaign

FBI Secretly Planted Spy in Trump Campaign --Did the FBI engage in outright spying against the 2016 Trump campaign? | 10 May 2018 | The Department of Justice lost its latest battle with Congress Thursday when it allowed House Intelligence Committee members to view classified documents about a top-secret intelligence source that was part of the FBI's investigation of the Trump campaign. Even without official confirmation of that source's name, the news so far holds some stunning implications. Among them is that the Justice Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation outright hid critical information from a congressional investigation...Thanks to the Washington Post's unnamed law-enforcement leakers, we know [Intelligence Chairman] Devin Nunes's request deals with a "top secret intelligence source" of the FBI and CIA, who is a U.S. citizen and who was involved in the Russia collusion probe. When government agencies refer to sources, they mean people who appear to be average citizens but use their profession or contacts to spy for the agency. Ergo, we might take this to mean that the FBI secretly had a person on the payroll who used his or her non-FBI credentials to interact in some capacity with the Trump campaign.

Pentagon delivers new guidelines on transferring detainees to Guantanamo

Pentagon delivers new guidelines on transferring detainees to Guantánamo | 02 May 2018 | Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has given the White House its new policy guidance on transferring detainees to the U.S. Navy base at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, a critical report intended to outline whether the Pentagon backs promises President Donald Trump made on the campaign trail to fill the prison with "bad dudes." "This policy provides our warfighters guidance on nominating detainees for transfer to Guantánamo detention should that person present a continuing, significant threat to the security of the United States," Pentagon spokeswoman Cmdr. Sarah Higgins said. The report was not made public.

Fermi 2 Nuclear Plant in Michigan Back Online After Repairs

Fermi 2 Nuclear Plant in Michigan Back Online After Repairs | 08 May 2018 | (Frenchtown Township, MI) A nuclear power plant in southeastern Michigan is back online after being shut down for a series of repairs. DTE Energy spokesman Stephen Tait tells the Monroe News that Fermi 2 in Monroe County was restarted on Sunday. The plant was offline initially beginning in mid-April following the malfunction of a transformer. The utility had completed its investigation into the transformer malfunction but it stayed offline after an inspection found an issue with a valve on the reactor recirculation system.

First Ebola death, 11 additional cases confirmed in Congo

First Ebola death, 11 additional cases confirmed in Congo | 10 May 2018 | One death of Ebola hemorrhagic fever and 11 new cases have been confirmed in the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Minister of Health Dr. Oly Ilunga said Thursday in Kinshasa. Ebola virus disease...is caused by one of five Ebola viruses. The World Health Organization reported Thursday that 27 total cases of fever with hemorrhagic symptoms were recorded in the Bikoro region between April 4 and May 5, including 17 deaths. Of these total cases, two tested positive for Ebola virus disease, according to the WHO.

Spy agency NSA triples collection of U.S. phone records - official report

Spy agency NSA triples collection of U.S. phone records - official report | 10 May 2018 | The U.S. National Security Agency collected 534 million records of phone calls and text messages of Americans last year, more than triple gathered in 2016, a U.S. intelligence agency report released on Friday said. The sharp increase from 151 million occurred during the second full year of a new surveillance system established at the spy agency after U.S. lawmakers passed a law in 2015 that sought pretended to limit its ability to collect such records in bulk. The spike in collection of call records coincided with an increase reported on Friday across other surveillance methods, raising questions from some privacy advocates who are concerned about potential government overreach and intrusion into the lives of U.S. citizens.

Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un to meet in Singapore on 12 June

Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un to meet in Singapore on 12 June | 10 May 2018 | Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un will meet for their historic summit on 12 June, the President has confirmed. In a tweet, Mr Trump wrote: "The highly anticipated meeting between Kim Jong Un and myself will take place in Singapore on June 12th. We will both try to make it a very special moment for World Peace." Earlier in the week, the US President had ruled out meeting Mr Kim at the demilitarised zone which separates North and South Korea. He had said he favoured holding the meeting at the heavily fortified border, but Singapore was preferred by most of his advisers.

28 Israeli jets fired about 60 rockets in overnight strikes on Syria - Russian MoD

28 Israeli jets fired about 60 rockets in overnight strikes on Syria - Russian MoD | 10 May 2018 | Some 28 Israeli aircraft fired around 60 air-to-surface rockets in a massive overnight strike in Syria, according to the Russian Defense Ministry. Syrian air-defense systems managed to intercept more than half of the missiles. A total of 70 projectiles, including 60 air-to-surface rockets and more than 10 surface-to-surface missiles, hit Iranian military targets and Syrian air-defense systems near Damascus and in the south of the country on Thursday morning, the Russian military said in a statement.

Giuliani resigns from law firm due to 'pressing demands' of Mueller probe

Giuliani resigns from law firm due to 'pressing demands' of Mueller probe | 10 May 2018 | Rudy Giuliani is leaving his job at a powerhouse law firm, citing the "pressing demands" of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's role in the 2016 presidential election. Giuliani took a temporary leave of absence from the firm Greenberg Traurig when he joined President Trump's legal team last month. But in a statement on Thursday, the former New York City mayor said he intended to permanently resign from the firm. Richard Rosenbaum, the firm's executive chairman, said Giuliani's resignation went into effect on Wednesday.

Detained Americans released from North Korea arrive at Andrews Air Force Base

Detained Americans released from North Korea arrive at Andrews Air Force Base | 09 May 2018 | After more than a year in prison, the three Americans detained in North Korea arrived at Andrews Air Force Base to a welcoming party of the President and First Lady, Vice President Pence and his wife and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Their plane landed in Alaska just before 4 p.m. (PST) and landed just before midnight (PST) at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. Shortly after they touched down on American soil in Alaska -- for a refueling stop Wednesday afternoon -- the State Department released a statement from the freed men.

Canadian zoo faces charges after taking bear out for ice cream at Dairy Queen

Canadian zoo faces charges after taking bear out for ice cream at Dairy Queen | 09 May 2018 | A private zoo in the Canadian province of Alberta is facing charges after a bear from the facility was taken through a drive-thru Dairy Queen in a pickup truck and hand-fed ice cream through the vehicle's window. News of the outing emerged earlier this year after Discovery Wildlife Park, located about 70 miles north of Calgary in the town of Innisfail, posted a video on social media showing a captive Kodiak bear sitting in the passenger seat of a truck. The video later showed the one-year-old bear, known as Berkley, leaning out of the truck's window, enthusiastically licking an ice cream cone held by the owner of a local Dairy Queen. Amid widespread criticism [?!], the video -- along with a second one showing Berkley licking frosting off an ice cream cake -- was taken down. At the time, the zoo said the drive-thru run had posed no danger to the public, as it had taken place before the Dairy Queen had opened for the day and that the bear had been secured by a chain throughout the entire outing. [Bears love ice cream - let them enjoy it!]

Trump: 3 American Detainees Held In North Korea Returning Home With Pompeo

Trump: 3 American Detainees Held In North Korea Returning Home With Pompeo | 09 May 2018 | Three American detainees who were being held in North Korea are now on their way home with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. A jet carrying the trio and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo refueled in Japan this morning. After the plane left North Korea, President Donald Trump made the announcement Wednesday morning on Twitter. In another Tweet, Trump said Pompeo and his "guests" will be landing at Andrews Air Force Base at 2 a.m. Thursday.

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