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Blast Targets Benghazi On Anniversary Of US Consulate Attack

Blast Benghazi No Casualties

A massive blast hit Benghazi on Wednesday morning, just one year after the US Consulate was attacked by al Qaeda militants. Four Americans died in the attack. The blast was the result of a car bomb, which exploded outside a Foreign Ministry building in the Libyan city, according to state media. There were no casualties… Read more »

Neo-Nazi Model Airplane Bomb Seized In Germany

Neo-Nazi model airplane bomb seized in Germany

A neo-Nazi model airplane bomb was seized in Germany. German police have seized several model airplanes, one of which was revealed to be a fully functional bomb. The seizure happened at a neo-Nazi meeting place in Southwestern Germany where the plan was apparently to use the model airplanes with bombs in them against left-wing activists,… Read more »

Dennis Rodman Reveals Name Of Kim Jong-Un’s Daughter

Dennis Rodman Ju-ae

Dennis Rodman’s latest visit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has led to a new bit of information — the name of the leader’s daughter. Kim’s wife, Ri Sol-Ju, appeared to be pregnant in several pictures last year and disappeared from public view for months. But despite the somewhat obvious pregnancy, North Korea made no… Read more »

Syria ‘Welcomes’ Idea To Give Up Chemical Weapons

Syria Surrender Chemical Weapons

Syria “welcomes” the idea of giving up its chemical weapons, according to the country’s foreign minister, Walid Moallem. The proposal for Syria to give up its chemical weapons came from Russia as countries seek a diplomatic solution after a reported chemical weapons attack last month. Moallem met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Moscow… Read more »

Man Missing For Four Months In Andes Mountains Found Alive

Man missing for four months in Andes mountains found alive

A Uruguayan man who went missing four months ago in the Andes mountains of South America has been found alive. Raul Fernando Gomez Circunegui, 58, survived in the unforgiving conditions by eating rats and raisins. Argentinian officials found Circunegui in a shelter located at 2,840 metres (9,318 feet) above sea level while recording snow fall… Read more »

Princess Diana Film Is: ‘Atrocious and Intrusive’, Critics Say

Princess Diana

Princess Diana was known as the People’s Princess and was much loved by the British public as well as those further afield. The new film, Diana, starring Naomi Watts in the lead role, has drawn a lot of criticism and some horrible reviews from UK film critics. The Mirror called it “cheap and cheerless”. The… Read more »

Camp 22 Inmates Disappear In North Korea

North Korea Camp 22 Inmates

North Korea’s Camp 22 inmates have disappeared. The establishment is a reportedly shuttered labor camp that used to be larger than Los Angeles, housing between 30,000 and 50,000 prisoners. The majority of those held in Camp 22 were suspected of either being disloyal to the regime or were related to people who were disloyal. A… Read more »

Dalga, Egypt Torched By Muslims, Christians Threatened With Death

Dalga, Egypt Torched By Muslims, Christians Threatened With Death

Dalga, Egypt – Muslims favoring Morsi took over the town of Dalga in Egypt after ex-President Mohammed Morsi was removed from power. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Egypt ousted Mohammed Morsi with the help of the military, an action that was popular with the majority of the Egyptian people. Mohammed Morsi will stand trial… Read more »

Venezuela Paper Shortage Forces Newspapers To Shut Down

First it was the toilet paper shortage, now its a printing paper shortage which has forced newspapers to shut down.

First it was the toilet paper shortage; now its’ a printing paper shortage which has forced newspapers to shut down. ABC News reported that at least five regional newspapers have stopped circulating at some point in the past month due to the lack of printing paper, and nearly 25 more are depleting their last reserves…. Read more »

Sheppey Crossing Crash Leaves Dozens Hurt After 130 Car Accident

130 Car Pile Up During Sheppey Crossing Crash

Miraculously no one was killed when more than 130 vehicles crashed into each other on a British highway Thursday morning. According to BBC News, One witness said visibility had been very poor at the time of the crash, but drivers were approaching the crossing with no lights. Others at the scene described a mass of… Read more »

Japan Building ‘Ice Wall’ To Contain Fukushima Radiation

Japan Announces Ice Wall Fukushima

Japan will build an expensive “ice wall” to contain radiation-contaminated water at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. The plant has leaked 300 tons of radioactive water per day since it was hit by an earthquake and tsunami in March 2011. In an effort to protect the surrounding area, the Japanese government announced the… Read more »

Dennis Rodman Re-Visits North Korea For ‘A Good Time’

North Korea Dennis Rodman Visit

North Korea’s tattooed fanboy has returned for a visit. Former NBA star Dennis Rodman has touched down in the communist country for “a good time” with best buddy Kim Jong-Un. Rodman landed on Tuesday in the capital of Pyongyang, North Korea. You might recall that in February Rodman attended a Harlem Globetrotters match in the… Read more »

Walkie Talkie Building Is Melting Cars In London [Video]

walkie talkie

You don’t need to travel into the future to witness the unbearable horrors of a death ray. You just have to get to London. A 37-story skyscraper in London known as the Walkie Talkie building is reportedly melting cars in the city’s financial district. Several people reported that the bright glare from the Walkie Talkie… Read more »

Number Of Syrians Displaced By Civil War Tops Seven Million

Seven Million Syrians Displaced

The number of Syrian residents displaced by the civil war has hit a new number of seven million. The number is equal to almost one-third of the nation’s population, according to the United Nations. The latest figures come from the UN, which is also seeking to determine if a chemical weapons attack happened in Syria… Read more »

Mohamed Morsi Will Stand Trial For ‘Incitement To Murder’

Morsi Charged Murder

Egypt’s ousted President Mohamed Morsi will stand trial for “incitement to murder” along with 14 other members of the Muslim Brotherhood political party. Morsi was ousted by protesters and the Egyptian military on July 3 and has been detained ever since, though his location is not known at this time. The move underscores another massive… Read more »