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“Let the Headlines Speak”
by From the Internet   
October 10th, 2015

Russian air strikes hit militant command centers in Syria
Russian air strikes in Syria have targeted command and communications centers, weapons depots and training centers used by "militants" and "terrorists", Russian news agencies reported on Saturday, citing a defense ministry representative.  

Russian jet SHOT DOWN by Turkey after it flew into their airspace, according to reports
According to reports, eyewitnesses saw a large explosion in Huraytan, northern Syria, while three fighter jets were hovering above. One journalist tweeted that three Turkish planes were responding to "mysterious" lock-ons from Mig-29 jets, which are used by Putin's forces. Express.co.uk has contacted the Turkish government and the Russian military but neither could be reached for comment.  

4.4 Magnitude Earthquake Recorded In Grant County
GRANT COUNTY, Oklahoma - Many residents felt a significant jolt early Saturday morning, after a 4.4 magnitude earthquake was recorded near Medford.  

West and Russia jockey for position in eastern Europe as details of Washington and Warsaw deal emerge
Tensions between the West and Russia over eastern Europe escalated on Friday as details emerged of a deal between Washington and Warsaw to permanently deploy US heavy military hardware to Poland by next year. The American deployment, aimed at assuaging concern over the threat posed by Russia to Polish and regional security, came as EU diplomats attempted to lure...Belarus...by agreeing to drop sanctions against its president...  

Ankara explosion: 30 dead at rally in Turkish capital
Two explosions at a peace rally in the Turkish capital Ankara have killed at least 30 people and injured 126, the interior ministry says. TV footage shows scenes of panic and people lying on the ground covered in blood, amid protest banners. The blasts took place near the city's central train station as people gathered for a march organised by leftist groups.  

Tanzania closing hydropower plants
All hydropower plants in Tanzania are being switched off because a lack of rain has led to low water levels in the country's dams. Hydro-electricity generation has fallen to 20% of capacity, making it difficult for the dams to operate. It is the first time the East African nation has closed all hydro plants, which generate 35% of its electricity.  

Iron Dome battery deployed in Beersheba
The defense establishment deployed an Iron Dome missile defense system battery in the southern city of Beersheba on Saturday. On Friday, terrorists in the Gaza Strip fired a rocket at southern Israel. The projectile's remains were located in the Eshkol Regional Council.  

Clashes erupt after Shuafat funeral; firebomb-wielding Palestinian shot, wounded
Palestinian rioters clashed Saturday afternoon with Israeli Border Police at the Shuafat Refugee Camp in east Jerusalem, following the funeral of a Palestinian who was shot by security forces in response to his initial fire. Security forces shot in the leg and wounded a Palestinian who approached them with a firebomb during Saturday's clashes. The man was evacuated to a hospital in Ramallah for medical treatment.  

Another Petro-State Throws In The Towel: The Last Nail In The Petrodollar Coffin
According to the proposed budget submitted by the current ‘blue-blue’ government the Norwegian deficit will reach another record high in 2016. Mainland taxes are expected to bring in 1,008 billion NOKs, while expenditures are estimated at 1,215 billion NOKs. In other words, 2016 will be another year of record mainland deficit which need to be covered by the offshore sector and its 6,900 bn NOK sovereign wealth fund (SWF).  

Israel struggles to contain wave of stabbing attacks
Unrest that erupted several weeks ago at Jerusalem's most sensitive holy site spread Friday to Gaza in the form of deadly border clashes with Palestinian protesters, as Israeli security forces struggled to contain a wave of Palestinian stabbing attacks against civilians and soldiers.  

Iran Revolutionary Guards commander killed in Syria
Islamic State group jihadists have killed a senior commander in Iran's Revolutionary Guards in Syria, the elite branch of the Iranian military said Friday.  

Bernie Sanders is raising more money than every Republican candidate
Bernie Sanders, the self-described socialist and most left-leaning presidential candidate, is surprising the whole field with unexpected fundraising prowess. Sanders’s campaign says it raised $26 million from July through September, which would be more than every single Republican candidate raised during the same period.  

POPE: When Devil Numbs Your Conscience, He Has Won
Pope Francis returned to one of his favorite topics Friday morning, telling his hearers that the devil seeks above all to become master of their consciences, so they no longer can tell right from wrong.  

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