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Islamists Throw Children Off A Roof In Egypt [Graphic Video]

Egypt Protests

Amid reports of gang rapes and violence on the streets of Egypt a chilling video has surfaced showing Islamist supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi throwing two children off the roof a building during protests in the coastal city of Alexandria. The supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood have been getting increasingly violent as the… Read more »

Quebec Train Explodes, Town Center Reportedly Destroyed [Video]

Quebec train explodes

A freight train reportedly carrying crude oil or other petroleum products exploded in the center of Lac-Megantic, Quebec, Canada at around 1 AM on Saturday morning. The aerial photo above taken by province police shows the extend of the devastation, which occurred after the train derailed — causing four of the train’s 73 cars to… Read more »

Egypt Troops Fire On Pro-Morsi Crowd, Several Dead

Egypt Troops Fire On Crowds, Kill At Least Three

Egypt troops have fired at a crowd of pro-Morsi protesters outside of the Republican Guard military barracks Friday. Three people have died so far in the clash. Crowds had gathered at the barracks to protest the military’s take-over of the Egyptian government and removal of President Morsi, who is believed to be imprisoned there. Marching… Read more »

Egypt Swears In Mansour As Interim Leader After Coup

Egypt swears in Mansour

A day after a military coup ousted Egyptian president Morsi, an interim leader, Mahmud Mansour has been sworn in. Mohammed Morsi was Egypt’s first freely elected leader in decades after Hosni Mubarak was toppled in the so called, Spring Uprising during the revolution of 2011. Mansour said new elections are the only way forward, but… Read more »

Egyptian Princess Fawzia Dies At 92

Princess Fawzia of Egypt dies

Princess Fawzia Fuad, a member of Egypt’s last royal family and the first wife of the deposed Shah of Iran, has died at 92, Iranian opposition groups said. Fawzia died Tuesday in Alexandria, but the cause of death was not immediately known. The eldest daughter of King Fuad I and his second wife, Nazli Sabri,… Read more »

Doku Umarov Calls For Islamists To Attack Sochi Winter Games

Doku Umarov Calls For Islamists To Attack Sochi Winter Games

An online video featuring Islamist Doku Umarov has urged terrorists to attack the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. In the video, Umarov said an order not to attack Russian targets outside of the North Caucasus had been cancelled. Doku Umarov called hosting the Olympic Games in the Black Sea city the equivalent to performing “Satanic… Read more »

Royal Baby Condoms: Kate Middleton’s Baby Gift From Finland

Royal baby condoms

  Royal baby condoms might be gag gift, or it might be straight-up trolling from the Finnish government. Either way, that’s what they chose to send Kate Middleton on the eve of the Royal Baby’s birth as a present. The strange “gift basket” from Finland’s social security service Kela contains a snowsuit for the baby,… Read more »

Millions Of Honeybees Found Dead [Report]

millions honeybees dead

Millions of honeybees are dead in a new colony collapse disorder crisis being reported from Ontario, Canada. And that’s on a single farm in Elmwood, Canada. Depending on the reports you read, 30 million, 37 million, or even 40 million honeybees may already be dead — a reflection of the expanding numbers as the crisis… Read more »

Two Charged In Canada Day Bomb Plot

2 Arrested In Canada Day Bomb PlotCanada Day Bomb Plot

A British Columbia man and woman have been charged with conspiring to carry out a terrorist attack. Police say explosive devices were placed outside the province’s legislature on Canada Day, where thousands were gathered for the national holiday according to CTV News. Amanda Marie Korody, 30, and John Stewart Nuttall, 39 — both of Surrey,… Read more »

Sumatra Earthquake Death Toll Estimates Rising In Indonesia

Sumatra Earthquake Death Toll Estimates Rising In Indonesia

The Sumatra earthquake rattled the northern tip of Indonesia’s islands. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Indonesia has been suffering from a haze blamed on forest fires. The haze even caused an economic hit. Now the Sumatra earthquake in Indonesia is just making things worse for the country. The US Geological Survey (USGS) says the… Read more »

Autistic Toddler Wows The World With Her Paintings

autistic toddler iris grace painting

An autistic toddler in the UK has captured worldwide interest creating beautiful paintings far beyond her years. Three-year-old Iris Grace Halmshaw – who is autistic and cannot speak – lives with mom Arabella Carter-Johnson and dad Peter-Jon Halmshaw and has been painting as a part of her therapy sessions. At the age of two, the little girl was… Read more »

BBC Calls Nelson Mandela ‘Black’, Faces Odd Backlash From Journalist

Nelson Mandela First Black President of Africa

Media giant BBC has come under fire after describing former President of Africa Nelson Mandela as the country’s “first black president.” In a letter to The Hindu former veteran Indian journalist M.S. Prabhakara writes: “It is disgusting, but not surprising, that the BBC in its online world news bulletin should consistently describe Nelson Mandela, lying critically ill in a Pretoria… Read more »