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Cyclone Phailin Nears India As Thousands Flee To Safety

Massive Cyclone Aiming For India

Cyclone Phailin closed in on India on Saturday as thousands of people in low-lying coastal areas fled to safety. The massive cyclone is bigger than the United States’ Hurricane Katrina and is estimated to be half the size of India. Tens of thousands of villagers in coastal areas were ordered to evacuate their homes and… Read more »

Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan Kidnapped By Gunmen

Ali Zeidan Kidnapped

Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan was kidnapped by gunman while at a hotel in Tripoli before dawn on Thursday. The abduction was reportedly a response to a US operation in Libya over the weekend, which resulted in the capture of an al Qaeda operative, Abu Anas al-Liby. The Libyan government confirmed Zeidan’s kidnapping in a… Read more »

MI5 Chief Warns Of Increased UK Terror Threat

MI5 chief warns of incresed uk terror threat

The MI5 chief, Andrew Parker is warning the UK is facing an increased threat from terrorists. MI5 is the British Security Service, the equivalent of the CIA in England, and its new boss has some sobering words regarding the threats the country faces on a daily basis. Parker was elected to the post in April… Read more »

North Korea Threatens ‘Horrible Disaster,’ Puts Army On Alert

North Korea Warns Of 'Horrible Disaster'

North Korea threatened the United States with a “horrible disaster” on Tuesday, adding that its military was placed on high alert and told to be ready to launch operations. The latest rhetoric from North Korea comes after weeks of threats against the United States and South Korea. Hostile threats from the reclusive nation aren’t unusual,… Read more »

Cristina Fernandez: Surgery Drilled Into Skull But Argentina’s President Is ‘Evolving Favorably’

Cristina Fernandez: Surgery Drilled Into Skull But Argentina's President Is 'Evolving Favorably'

Cristina Fernandez’s surgery drilled into the Argentina President’s skull and sucked out some fluid. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Cristina Fernandez was once rumored to have thyroid cancer, but apparently the reports were false. Unfortunately, these reports about Argentine’s President are not false. Cristina Fernandez’s surgery was necessary after suffering a head injury which… Read more »

Al Qaeda Most Wanted Captured In Libya During US Raids

Al Qaeda msot wanted captured by US in daring raids

One of the most wanted Al Qaeda terrorists was captured in Tripoli, Libya on Saturday according to reports from officials. Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai, known as Anas al-Libi is suspected in the 1998 African embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. A three car convoy of US special forces grabbed Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai outside his home in… Read more »

Identical Triplets Born Against Odds In UK

UK Identical Triplets Born

Identical triplets, born against odds, are doing well eight weeks after they were born. Ffion, Madison, and Page Gilbert were conceived naturally from one egg. Their parents, Karen and Ian, were offered a termination during the pregnancy due to a high risk to both mom and babies. However, they rejected the option. The Gilberts discovered… Read more »

Female Saudis Driving Cars Will Get Ovary Damage, Cleric Claims

Female Saudis Driving Risk Damage To Their Ovaries, Cleric Says

A well-known conservative cleric, Sheikh Saleh bin Saad al-Lohaidan, says that women Saudis driving could lead to reproductive health problems. That’s right — women who get behind the wheel are putting the safety of their ovaries at risk. At least, that’s what the radical cleric from Saudi Arabia told local news in a recent interview…. Read more »

Amanda Knox Trial: Second Appeals Hearing Begins Without Defendant

Knox Interview

American student Amanda Knox’s second appeals trial is underway after Italy’s highest court ordered a new trial for Knox and her ex-boyfriend. The court’s decision overturned acquittals in the 2007 slaying of Meredith Kercher. In the ruling, the court offered a harsh assessment of an appeals court acquittal in 2011. The Court of Cassation said… Read more »

Mumbai Building Collapse Kills 13, Dozens May Be Trapped [Video]

13 Dead Mumbai Building Collapse

Mumbai, India — A building collapsed in Mumbai on Friday morning, killing at least 13 people and injuring dozens more. Rescuers worked through the day to free more people from the rubble. Sitaram Junte, head of the city government, stated that rescue workers recovered 52 people, some dead, from the building by Friday evening. The… Read more »

Killer Hornets Sting 28 People To Death

Hornets Kill 28

Killer hornets are terrorizing Southern China. The large insects are responsible for stinging 600 people and killing 28. The attacks have reportedly increased in the last three months. Authorities in China are warning residents to avoided forests and open fields. They suspect people are being attacked by the giant Asian hornet. The aggressive insects are… Read more »

Kenya Mall Attack Torture Claims Begin To Emerge

Kenya Mall Torture Reports

The Kenya mall attack left many dead, and more terrified as the al-Shabab terrorists ran through not only looking to kill, but according to new evidence, to torture and mutilate their victims. According to USA Today, the terrorists who seized the Kenyan shopping mall for four days tortured, maimed and mutilated some of their 67… Read more »