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10 Nov 15
EARTH-DIRECTED CME?
Yesterday,
Nov. 9th, the magnetic canopy of sunspot AR2449 erupted, producing an
M3-class solar flare and a bright CME. Radio emissions from shock waves
in the CME suggest that it blew away from the sun faster than 950 km/s
(2 million mph).  
Deeply Flawed Film Attempt to Disarm Evangelicals With The “Armor of Light”
Liberals,
as a general rule, dislike religion, and in specific, they dislike
Christianity. This fact was made perfectly clear at the 2012 Democrat
Convention in Charlotte, as the crowd literally and loudly denied God
three times.  
Oklahoma world’s No. 1 earthquake area
“We have had 15 (earthquakes) in Medford since 5 o’clock Saturday morning,” he noted. “We’ve got an earthquake issue.”
Skinner said the world is going through a seismic phase.  
12 quakes jolt Andaman & Nicobar islands in 24 hours
The
sea around the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago has witnessed 12
earthquakes in 24 hours, with almost all measuring 5 and more on the
Richter scale, but no tsunami alert has been issued. The region
yesterday saw nine quakes, of these, one was recorded in North Sumatra
region in Indonesia while others have been recorded in and around the
Andaman and Nicobar islands.  
White House: Israeli-Palestinians talks unlikely in Obama’s last 14 months
“I
think we have been quite candid about the fact that given the dynamic
on both sides, it is unlikely that the two state solution will be
reached within the next 14 months,” Earnest said.  
Obama’s immigration action blocked again; Supreme Court only option left
President
Barack Obama’s executive action to shield millions of undocumented
immigrants from deportation suffered a legal setback on Monday with an
appeal to the Supreme Court now the administration’s only option.

The 2-1 decision by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans
to uphold a May injunction deals a blow to Obama’s plan, opposed by
Republicans and challenged by 26 states.  

Navy launches second test missile off Southern California coast
The
U.S. Navy said it launched a second — and final — missile in a
planned exercise Monday afternoon from a submarine off the Southern
California coast.

The second test launch of the Trident II (D5) missile from a ballistic
submarine in the Pacific Ocean took place Monday afternoon, the Navy
said.  

Egypt pyramids scan finds mystery heat spots
An
international team of architects and scientists have observed “thermal
anomalies” in the pyramids of Giza, Egyptian antiquities officials say.

Thermal cameras detected higher temperatures in three adjacent stones at
the bottom of the Great Pyramid.

Officials said possible causes included the existence of empty areas
inside the pyramid, internal air currents, or the use of different
building materials.  

Jordan policeman shoots dead foreign trainers
A
policeman has opened fire at a police training centre in Jordan,
killing two Americans, a South African and two Jordanians, officials
say.

The Jordanian embassy in Washington said the Jordanian assailant also
wounded two Americans and two Jordanians, before being shot dead.

President Barack Obama said the US was taking the attack “very
seriously”.  

EU criticises Turkey over human rights and democracy
The
European Commission has called on Turkey urgently to address
significant failings on human rights and democracy.

A delayed annual report on Turkish prospects for EU membership says
there have been serious setbacks in the past two years on freedom of
expression.

It also says the independence of the judiciary had been undermined and
that new laws run against EU standards.  

David Cameron sets out EU reform goals
David
Cameron has outlined his goals for reforming the UK’s membership of the
EU, saying they will be difficult, but not impossible, to achieve.

He said Britain faced the biggest decision of “our lifetimes” in an
in/out referendum promised before the end of 2017.

But he was confident of getting the reforms he wanted, describing talks
with EU partners “mission possible”.  

Senegal’s President Sall condemns ‘excessive form of Islam’
Senegal’s
President Macky Sall has called for a fight against the “excessive
form” of Islam which has led to the growth of jihadi groups.

Muslim clerics needed to be trained to promote “tolerant Islam”, he
added.

Mr Sall, a Muslim, also called for greater intelligence-sharing between
governments.  

Amnesty International criticizes proposal to halt ICC action against Israel
Amnesty
International on Tuesday criticized a section of New Zealand’s proposed
UN Security Council resolution which calls for a renewal of
negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA), yet
proposes that the Palestinians pause their efforts to bring Israel to
the dock of the International Criminal Court (ICC) at the Hague.

In a statement, Amnesty expressed that it is “deeply concerned” that the
move could damage chances for a lasting peace.  

Starbucks Plain Red Cups Spark Controversy
As
the holiday season approaches, retailers are hauling out their holiday
merchandise. Starbucks is doing the same, but a design change to their
holiday cups has many Christians up in arms.  
Jordanian officer fatally shoots two Americans, South African at security training site
A
Jordanian officer shot dead two U.S. government security contractors, a
South African trainer and two Jordanians at a U.S.-funded police
training facility near Amman on Monday before being killed in a
shootout, Jordanian authorities said.  
Obama, Netanyahu at White House seek to mend U.S.-Israel ties
Israeli
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu assured U.S. President Barack Obama
on Monday that he remained committed to a two-state solution to the
Israeli-Palestinian conflict as they sought to mend ties strained by
acrimony over Middle East diplomacy and Iran.  
Portugal Socialists threaten to topple new government
Portugal’s
parliament is expected to topple the country’s right-of-centre
administration, led by Pedro Passos Coelho of the centre-right Social
Democratic Party (PSD), on Tuesday – just a day after it put forward its
programme for government.  
On climate change, Catholic leaders must believe in miracles
The
bishops want to protect the poor from climate risks, but the risks from
poverty are much greater and more immediate than those from climate
change. For the first time, “Catholic leaders representing all regional
and national bishops conferences” have come together in a “joint
appeal.” According to reporting in the New York Times, Cardinal Oswald
Gracias, archbishop of Mumbai, India, called the October 26 meeting at
the Vatican a “historic occasion.”  
How Obama and Kerry Caused the Stabbing Terror Spree in Israel
Before
the Muslim terror stabbing spree, Netanyahu had made repeated efforts
to meet with the leader of the PLO. And for once, Abbas, the PLO leader,
had not been averse to a meeting.Instead it was Secretary of State John
Kerry who told Abbas not to meet with Netanyahu.Abbas went to the UN
and disavowed the Oslo Accords. The first Muslim stabbings of Jews, with
the encouragement of the PLO, began a few days later  
Pope stumbles in church for second time in three days
ROME
– Pope Francis had to be helped up the steps to an altar at a Rome
basilica on Monday after stumbling in public for the second time in
three days.

Two church officials flanked the 78-year-old pontiff and took him by the
arm as he faltered on his way up the steps during a service in the
Basilica of St. John Lateran. On Saturday, the pope tripped on the steps
of St. Peter’s Basilica, stopping his fall with his outstretched hands,
before two aides helped him back to his feet.  

Europe – and echoes from the past
It
is up to Israel to display the wit and the will to resist this European
pressure, because the Europeans, as with much of what they are doing to
themselves and to us, are simply wrong.  
12 quakes jolt Andaman & Nicobar islands and around in 24 hrs
The
sea around the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago has witnessed 12
earthquakes in 24 hours, with almost all measuring 5 and more on the
Richter scale, but no tsunami alert has been issued.  

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