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Russian Humanitarian Convoy Stuck Amid Doubts From Ukraine

Russian Humanitarian Aid Convoy

A Russian humanitarian convoy is stuck amid doubts from Ukraine that its neighboring country is actually bringing in food and other supplies. The convoy of 280 Russian trucks is allegedly carrying relief goods for civilians, but Ukraine claims it is actually trying to smuggle supplies to pro-Russian rebels. Ukraine’s deputy foreign minister Danylo Lubkivsky is… Read more »

Earthquake In Ecuador Kills 2 Near Equator

2 dead, 8 injured in Quito Ecuador

A moderately sized earthquake rumbled Quito, Ecuador yesterday, leaving at least two dead and eight injured. At 2:58 pm, as the United States Geological Survey (USGS) reports, the ground trembled for just under a minute, causing buildings to sway and rattle as the 5.1 quake caused mudslides and dust clouds. Centered 14 miles northeast of… Read more »

Plane Crash Kills 39 In Iran, Horrific Moment Captured On Camera

Plane Crash

For some people, they are at the right place at the right time to catch a one-in-a-million moment on camera. Here on The Inquisitr, we reported on such rare moments. There are many reports on such things as the brutal beating of a prone man by two cops, an unidentified flying object seen over Italy,… Read more »

Guinea Shuts Borders With West Africa In Bid To Halt Ebola Spread

Guinea shuts borders

In Guinea, where the deadly Ebola outbreak emerged in March, health officials announced Saturday that the country was closing its land borders with some of the West African nations where the virus is spreading rapidly. As a result, the Liberia and Sierra Leone borders have been closed until further notice. Health Minister Remy Lamah told… Read more »

Muslim Brotherhood Banned In Egypt

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The Muslim Brotherhood political party has been banned in Egypt after a court ruling, accord to BBC News. The party, which came to power after the Arab Spring following the ouster of long time Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, is now banned from participating in parliamentary elections in the Spring, the British news agency said. “The… Read more »

Is ISIS Taking A Counter-Clockwise Route To Attacking Israel?

ISIS

Recently, the transgressions of ISIS have been reported to go beyond words and humanity. Here on The Inquisitr, we reported how ISIS is now beheading children, as seen in a decapitated body of a little girl. This travesty, along with the crucifixions, are now making their rounds on the internet, shocking Americans who are reading… Read more »

Malaysia Airlines To Be Taken Over By Government

Malaysia Airlines Government Guyout

Malaysia Airlines will soon be state-owned after the airline admitted to being mired in debt and still reeling from two aircraft disasters this year. Khazanah Nasional, the investment arm of the Malaysian government, formally requested the delisting of the airline in a letter to the country’s stock exchange Friday. The investment arm also offered to… Read more »

China Earthquake Death Toll Rises As Rescue Efforts Continue

death toll rises from quake

The death toll has risen to 589 in southwest China three days after an earthquake devastated Yunnan province on Sunday. According to Chinese news agency Xinhua, the sudden rise in casualties comes as a result of delayed confirmation. This is a mountainous region, and the villages affected by this earthquake are remote and difficult to… Read more »

China Earthquake Kills 398, Injures 1,800 More

398 Dead, More Than 1,800 Injured In Yunnan Province

At 4:30 p.m. local time on Sunday, China suffered a major earthquake, the third to hit Yunnan province in a year. The BBC reports that at least 398 people have died in a 6.1 magnitude earthquake which ripped through the ground under Yunnan province on Sunday. The quake is the strongest to hit the region… Read more »

The Royal Navy Rescues Britons In The Latest Libyan Evacuation

Royal Navy Enterprise

The Royal Navy’s HMS enterprise has been called in to evacuate British nationals caught in the cross fire of the latest Libyan conflict. About 100 people were believed to be evacuated to the Enterprise and are en route to safety in Malta. The rescue operation was the latest in a long string of evacuations as… Read more »

Thai Surrogate Mother: “I Will Always Support Him, My Boy”

Help Is Offered From Around The World

She’s his surrogate mother but she loves him. Her connection to him should have ended at birth, but because he was abandoned by his biological parents, she has taken on the responsibility of caring for another woman’s child. And she’s happy to do so. He is her son in all the ways that it can… Read more »

China Factory Explosion Kills 68 Workers

Explosion Shattered Glass 500 Meters Away

An explosion at a metal products factory in Kunshan, China, has killed at least 68 workers and left nearly 200 more injured with burns over 80 to 90 percent of their bodies. The BBC has reported that the factory, which employs 450 workers, belongs to the Kunshan Zhongrong Metal Products Company, has contracts with large… Read more »

Boko Haram Strapped And Remotely Triggered Explosives On Unsuspecting Kidnapped Schoolgirls Which Were Scoured From A Captured Chinese Factory

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In what could only be deemed as one of the world’s most heinous crimes, the Boko Haram militants have been strapping explosives scoured from a Chinese factory onto little schoolgirls and exploding them via remote controls. Terrorism has been mutating into grotesque forms lately. The Boko Haram faction is perhaps the most dishonorable and cowardly… Read more »

Muslims, Who Are Pro-Israel, Join The Fight Against The Hamas

Pro-Israel Muslims

It was only last month when Jews around the world were inspired by the words and actions of Mohammad Zoabi. He cloaked himself in an Israeli flag in the midst of his bedroom as he spoke into a video camera the following statement: “I am an Israeli and will remain an Israeli. Israel will remain… Read more »

Hadar Goldin: Israeli Soldier Kidnapped As Hamas Breaks Cease Fire

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An Israeli soldier named Hadar Goldin was kidnapped Friday when Hamas broke a cease-fire and launched an attack against soldiers in the war-torn region. Israel and Hamas had agreed to a humanitarian cease fire brokered by the United States and United Nations. It was set take effect on Friday at 8 am, but within two… Read more »