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by From the Internet   
April 12th, 2016

House Republicans Finally Receive Huma Abedin, Susan Rice Benghazi Files
The new yield of documents include work-related emails from the “personal email accounts” of Cheryl Mills, Huma Abedin, and others, which the State Department had in its possession since the summer of 2015. The email exchanges between Clinton’s chief of staff with Huma Abedin, a long-time associate of Hillary Clinton (Politico described her as Hillary’s “shadow”) and the wife of disgraced NY Congressman Anthony Weiner,  

Rev. Graham to Bruce Springsteen: 'A Nation Embracing Sin' And 'Political Correctness Is Not Progress'
Reverend Franklin Graham criticized rocker Bruce Springsteen for canceling a concert in North Carolina because he opposes the new state law there that prohibits biological males from using women's locker rooms, showers, and bathrooms, stating that Springsteen's pro-homosexual views are not progressive, but conducive to "embracing sin" and worshipping "godless secularism and political correctness."  

Ex-DOJ official: Obama signaling FBI to back off Hillary
Obama tried to downplay the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server for handling some of the government’s most sensitive information, but a former top Justice Department official says Obama’s comments ignore the law and are an obvious attempt to convince the FBI not to recommend charges against Clinton.  

ISIS in control of 80%-90% of Palestinian refugee camp
According to sources in Syria, ISIS controls 90% of the Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp on the outskirts of Damascus. The camp is a major base for the PFLP-GC, a Palestinian terror group with close ties to the Assad regime.  

EU parliament chief warns of bloc’s 'implosion,' says people lost trust in 'entire institutions'
"Europe has been on a sliding slope for some time now. Many people's trust in institutions, whether national or European, has gone," Schulz said in an interview with the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper. “Hardly any of the governments is fighting to reach the hearts of the people,"  

Greece expects first asylum decisions under EU deal in two weeks
Greece said authorities would start ruling on asylum applications from hundreds of migrants in the next two weeks, in a major test of a new deal to try and control the flow of people trying to reach Europe.  

Rivlin to meet with spiritual leaders of all faiths, call to maintain calm at Temple Mount
Renewed pilgrimages to the Temple Mount have brought about fear that, as the Passover holiday approaches, a violent upsurge will break out.  

Moderate earthquake strikes near Alaska’s Kiska Volcano
An earthquake with preliminary magnitude of 5.6 has been recorded near Kiska Volcano, Alaska on 11 April 2016 20:10:35. The earthquake epicenter was located at precisely 109km SW of Kiska Volcano, Alaska and at a depth of approximately 28 km. A provisional tsunami alert has been issued  

Astronomers in South Africa discover mysterious alignment of black holes
The new result is the discovery – for the first time – of an alignment of the jets of galaxies over a large volume of space, a finding made possible by a three-year deep radio imaging survey of the radio waves coming from a region called ELAIS-N1 using the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT) in India.  

Poll: Race Relations Tension Hits 15-Year High
In a new Gallup survey, it was revealed that 35 percent of Americans are worried a “great deal” about racial tension, up from 17 percent in 2014.  

Earthquake In Taiwan Measures 5.5 Magnitude: Local Weather Bureau
An earthquake measuring 5.5 magnitude struck off the northeast coast of Taiwan today, the island's Central Weather Bureau said, shaking buildings in the capital Taipei, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.  

Palestinian leader tightens grip with new decree
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has quietly established a constitutional court that...concentrates more power in his hands and may allow him to sideline the Islamist group Hamas in the event of a succession struggle. The nine-member body, which will have supremacy over all lower courts, was created without fanfare...and will be inaugurated once its ninth member is sworn in at a ceremony on Monday, officials said.  

Iraq: UN fears hunger in besieged Iraqi city of Fallujah
Food shortages faced by 60,000 civilians in the besieged Iraqi city of Fallujah are extremely worrying and are likely to get worse, the UN has warned. The World Food Programme says that food prices remain too high, while stocks are dwindling in shops and homes. Government forces trying to recapture the city from so-called Islamic State (IS) militants have cut supply routes, and IS is stopping people from leaving.  

EU to make big firms come clean on tax
Plans to force the largest companies to disclose more about their tax affairs will be unveiled by the European Union on Tuesday. The rules will affect multinational firms with more than €750m in sales. They will have to detail how much tax they pay in which EU countries as well as any activities carried out in specific tax havens.  

Ukraine: Support grows for Volodymyr Groysman as new PM
Parliament in Ukraine is set to vote for a new prime minister as support grows for Speaker Volodymyr Groysman, an ally of President Petro Poroshenko. The incumbent, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, announced on Sunday he was quitting, with the government facing accusations of inactivity and corruption. There have been reported disputes over cabinet positions behind the scenes.  

China voices anger at G7 comments on disputed islands
China has said G7 nations should "stop making irresponsible remarks" after foreign ministers released a statement on maritime territorial disputes. The ministers, meeting in Japan, said they opposed "any intimidating coercive or provocative unilateral actions" that could increase tension. China claims almost all the South China Sea and areas of the East China Sea, angering neighbours who have competing claims.  

Boko Haram crisis: 'Huge rise' in child suicide bombers
Boko Haram's use of child bombers has increased over the last year with one in five suicide attacks now done by children, the UN's child agency says. Girls, who are often drugged, were behind three-quarters of such attacks committed by the militant Islamist group in Cameroon, Nigeria and Chad. It is an 11-fold increase with four attacks in 2014 compared to 44 the next year, including January 2016.  

Bible makes list of books most challenged at libraries, public schools
On the latest list of books most objected to at public schools and libraries, one title has been targeted nationwide, at times for the sex and violence it contains, but mostly for the legal issues it raises. The Bible.  

BOMBSHELL REPORT: Berlin ‘Lost To Arab Clans’ Now Recruiting ‘Physically Strong Young Migrants’
Berlin’s criminal underworld has been “lost to Arab clans” according to a new report published by the mainstream German newspaper Die Welt.  

Assad has taken Russia 'hostage,' and what comes next could be 'the worst this war has seen'
Syrian President Bashar Assad is growing only more defiant as negotiators prepare to descend on Geneva once again in an attempt to broker the terms of a political transition and end the five-year civil war.  

Former IMF Chief Economist Admits Japan's "Endgame" Scenario Is Now In Play
Japan is heading for a full-blown solvency crisis as the country runs out of local investors and may ultimately be forced to inflate away its debt in a desperate end-game, one of the world’s most influential economists has warned.  

Brazil congressional committee votes in favor of impeachment
A congressional committee voted Monday to recommend that the impeachment process against President Dilma Rousseff move forward, bringing the possible ouster of the embattled leader a step closer.  

U.S. Worries About Race Relations Reach a New High
More than a third (35%) of Americans now say they are worried "a great deal" about race relations in the U.S. -- which is higher than at any time since Gallup first asked the question in 2001. The percentage who are worried a great deal rose seven percentage points in the past year and has more than doubled in the past two years.  

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