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“Let the Headlines Speak”
by From the Internet   
April 14th, 2016

Provocations, Defections Multiply as North Korean Party Congress Approaches
For North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the congress will be a watershed moment. It is anticipated that personnel changes and shifts in both domestic and foreign policy will be announced at the congress. What happens after the congress, the specialists said, could dictate whether or not the Kim family’s rule of the country—and the country itself—continues.  

Now the battle for Britain begins: Crusade to quit EU takes huge leap forward
THE crusade for an EU exit took a historic step forward last night as Eurosceptic campaigners pledged to work together in the battle to free Britain from Brussels rule. Competing Brexit groups promised to put their differences aside and build a mass movement to quit in the run up to the in-or-out referendum on June 23.  

Anne Graham Lotz: God Is Hiding From America, His Anger and Judgment Are Coming
Anne Graham Lotz, has warned that God might be purposefully hiding himself from America in preparation for a coming judgment on the nation. "Our nation is in a mess. Why? Could it be because America is losing God's blessing? His favor. Could our sin be provoking His judgment?  

Powerful earthquake hits southern Japan
A powerful earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.4 has struck southern Japan.  

Strong mag. 6.5 earthquake - Vanuatu Islands on Wednesday, 6 April 2016
Date & time: Wed, 6 Apr 06:58:49 UTC Magnitude: 6.7 Depth: 30.0 km Epicenter latitude / longitude: 14.15°S / 166.73°E [Map]  

The plot of 'Planet X' thickens:
A group of physicists in France then looked at their own models, along with data from the Cassini spacecraft, to narrow down the search for the giant stellar body. Nasa scientists have dismissed claims that an unexplained object is 'tugging' on the spacecraft - and added that even if it did, the tugs would not be caused by a planet. But the researchers involved have told MailOnline the Nasa scientists are incorrect in their dismissal of the paper.  

Putin: Ankara 'not so much fights radicals as cooperates with them,' civil war underway in Turkey
The Turkish authorities are not so much fighting with the radicals, but working side by side with them instead, Russian President Vladimir Putin said during his annual Q&A session, noting that there is a civil war going on in southern Turkey.  

Sick of ISIS Persecution, Mid-East Christians Form Biblical Brigades
Some Christians in the region are unwilling to go like lambs to the slaughter, however, and have begun forming militias to fight back. One such group is the Babylon Brigade, some 500 to 1,000 Christian fighters who mobilized after ISIS took control of their hometown in Mosul, Iraq in 2014. As King Solomon wrote in Ecclesiastes, there is a time for peace, but there is also a time for war.  

EU approves airline passenger records directive
The European Parliament has approved a joint system for police and justice officials to access airline passenger data on all flights to and from the EU. The measure was passed by 461 votes to 179 against. Counter-terrorism officials have lobbied for years for the introduction of Passenger Name Records (PNR), arguing that sharing data will help them trace suspicious itineraries.  

US reveals rare joint navy patrols with Philippines
The United States Navy is conducting joint patrols with the Philippines in the South China Sea, US officials say. The US rarely conducts joint patrols with its partners in the region. Defence Secretary Ash Carter said the US would also increase rotations of its forces and military support in the Philippines.  

‘Friday of rage’ demonstrations to take place in Egypt following Saudi islands deal
Egyptian social media activists called on all Egyptians to take to the streets on Friday to protest Cairo’s ceding of the Red Sea islands of Tiran and Sanafir to Saudi Arabia... The mass demonstrations, organized by a group named "January 2011 Revolution," were being held under the banner, "The land is the honor," rejecting the decision of the Egyptian regime to "sell part of Egypt" to the Saudi kingdom.  

Is Obama planning his revenge on Netanyahu?
"During his final year in the White House, US President Barack Obama is preparing a metaphorical roadside IED for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu...." Several officials have said that Obama has grown so frustrated with trying to revive Middle East peace talks that he may lay down his own outline for an Israeli-Palestinian two-state solution, in the form of a resolution in the United Nations Security Council...  

Israeli Arab MK to Palestinians: We must keep Jews off Temple Mount 'in any way possible'
A day after he returned from a two-month suspension from the Knesset, Israeli Arab MK Jamal Zahalka (Joint List) made a call to the Palestinians to prevent Jews from visiting the Temple Mount complex "in any way possible." "In light of the daily increase of (Jewish) ascent to the Aksa Mosque, it is up to us to stop it in any way possible,"...  

As Syrians go to polls, official rules out Assad departure
A top Syrian official urged the opposition to let go of its dream of easing President Bashar Assad out of power in a transitional government, complicating peace talks that resumed Wednesday in Geneva on ending the five-year civil war.  

Zika virus definitely causes birth defects, CDC says
The Zika virus causes microcephaly and other birth defects, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday.  

Panicked Elite Buying Bomb-Proof Survival Bunkers
Panicked members of the elite are buying luxury bomb-proof underground survival bunkers because they fear mass civil unrest might be on the horizon.  

Shoe Company: Obama Admin Pressured Us to Stay Quiet on TPP
The Boston Globe is reporting that U.S.-based shoe manufacturer New Balance has come out hard against the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal. The odd thing, though, is that "the Boston company had gone quiet [on TPP] last year."  

Leading global coal miner Peabody files for bankruptcy
Leading global coal producer Peabody Energy Corp (BTU.N) filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection on Wednesday after a sharp drop in coal prices left it unable to service debt of $10.1 billion, much of it incurred for an expansion into Australia.  

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