News Highlites

13 Oct 2015


The world economic order is collapsing and this time there seems no way out.

Typhoon Etau Hits Central Japan

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Why Cecil the Lion's Killer Escaped Prosecution

Storms Batter Italy and The Balkans. It's been a very busy week for western and central parts of the Mediterranean. It all began after a cluster of thunderstorms left North Africa and made their way into southern Italy.

This system dumped 25mm of rain over Algiers on Thursday - almost a third of the entire average October rainfall of 79mm.

Syrian army, Russian jets drive back rebels in fiercest clashes for days: monitor

Cops waiting to arrest Assange withdrawn after 3 years

International help arrives to tackle Indonesia fires. JAKARTA: International help to assist Indonesia in combatting forest and agricultural fires cloaking Southeast Asia in haze has begun to arrive on Sumatra island, an official said on Saturday


Mohamed Fahmy Released From Egyptian Prison Last Month Now Back in Canada

Canada's Liberal party within reach of election win going into final stretch

Canadians want to build a wall, too — to keep Americans out

What the NDP needs to do to win. Hit hard on TPP and reframe niqab debate, say political watchers.



Quantitative Frightening: World's vast stockpile of reserves falling are raising fears of dwindling global liquidity


Documents, former players point to Steve Sarkisian's alcohol use at Washington

Canucks vs. Flames result: Johnny Gaudreau scored in overtime for Calgary as the Flames spoiled the Canucks' home opener with a 3-2 victory. Bo Horvat and Jared McCann scored the goals for Vancouver. Listen for sports at :15 and :45.

‘Humiliating’ home defeat means no real chance now of Israel making Euro 2016 tournament

Flyers D-Man Pyett Has Form of Cancer

McDavid, Eichel Heralded as NHL's Next Stars

Bettman Responds to 'Growing' NHL Cocaine Problem

NHL Players React to Report About Increased Cocaine Use

Sharks' Torres Suspended 41 Games for Hit

Reluctant Supeerstar Could Be Next Gretzky

Toronto Blue Jays' Josh Donaldson holds his face in the dugout during the 11th inning of game two in American League Division Series baseball action against Texas Rangers in Toronto on Friday, Oct. 9, 2015. Toronto Blue Jays lose 6-4 to Texas Rangers in extra innings The Toronto Blue Jays have lost their second game of the American League Division Series in the 14th inning, falling to the Texas Rangers 6-4 - Continue


4 Reasons Why Your Brain Gets Foggy – and How to Stop It

Magnesium Warnings and Contraindications

Is Carrageenan Safe? - by Dr. Weil



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Are We Approaching the End of Human History?

University of Adelaide. "Global marine analysis suggests food chain collapse."  ScienceDaily, 12 October 2015

Researchers Want Closer Look At Schizophrenia-Smoking Link

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Homestead Act for Russian Far East – Putin supports free land handout

Mordechai Vanunu Weds Norwegian Professor in Jerusalem


Blasts kill scores at peace rally in Turkey in sign of worsening instability

'Future US President' Turmp Invited to Visit Crimean City of Yalta


Chilean Miners Reflect on Changed Lives 5 Years On


Indigenous Peoples Day and Columbus Day

B.C. chiefs demand Tory MP step aside after remarks on missing, murdered women



Iran's Revolutionary Guard mourns a general killed in Syria

Taliban Withdraw From Kunduz After Days of Fighting

US Airdrops Ammunition to Syria Rebels

Tianjin Explosion: Blast In Warehouse Illegally Storing Chemicals, 2 Months After Deadly Disaster

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In this Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015 photo provided on Monday, Oct. 12, 2015, Russian President Vladimir Putin give an interview focused on Russia's ...

Putin criticizes US efforts in Syria, defends airstrike campaign - Fox News

A Putin craze takes hold in the Middle East, praising his 'personality and charisma' - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Putin: Airstrikes in Syria to help al-Assad - - WISC-TV3

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At least 86 dead after twin blasts in Turkish capital

Two bombs targeting a crowd of peace marchers in Ankara have killed at least 86 people and injured 186 others, according to the Associated Press.

Tensions Rising in Jerusalem




Apple is Having its Worst Year Since the Financial Crisis

The final leaked TPP text is all that we feared

Twitter is planning company-wide layoffs for next week


Margaret Atwood on Climate Change, Her New Book and Why Socialists Are Better With Budgets

Obama calls Putin weak, Russian leader won't return favor

Male engineering student perfectly explains why women aren't equal to men

Let the Palestinians Have Their State. It’s time for Israel to disengage from the disastrous and murderous Palestinian Authority, no matter how high the cost

Why ISIS' reign of fear has worked, and how it can be countered

Independent European Studies Show Promise for Coherence Training in New Areas of Mental Illnesses

10 Ways to Help a Person in Mental Health Crisis

How to react when someone hurts your feelings

The Pope and the Mysteries . This pontiff — and the one before - and what’s left of Rome - By Paul Berman


Actor Randy Quaid to face fugitive charges in Vermont court. Actor Randy Quaid ordered held on $500,000 bail in Vermont

Kanye West - U.S. president and 'American Idol'?

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