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Source: From the Internet, Monday October 7th 2019

5,000-year-old NYC style metropolis uncovered in northern Israel
The ruins of a 5,000-year-old megalopolis were uncovered in northern Israel, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced on Sunday. The ruins were exposed in a major excavation project in the Ein Assur site near Harish. According to the IAA, the city was the largest and central one in the area at the time during the Bronze Age. According to the archeologists, about 6,000 inhabited it, a huge number for the time.

Hong Kong protest march descends into violence
Anti-government marches in Hong Kong have ended in rioting, with attacks on government offices, a metro station and businesses with ties to mainland China. Police used water cannon, tear gas and truncheons, reportedly removing masks from demonstrators they arrested, and a number of people were injured. Tens of thousands of protesters had turned out in the rain, spurred to act by a ban on wearing masks at rallies.

Egypt says ‘deadlock’ in Nile dam talks with Ethiopia
Egypt has said that talks with Sudan and Ethiopia over the operation of a $4bn hydropower dam that Ethiopia is constructing on the Nile have reached a deadlock. Egypt blamed Ethiopia for the impasse and called for international mediation. The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD)…is designed to be the…country’s bid to become the continent’s biggest power exporter, generating more than 6,000 megawatts.

Saudi Arabia, Iran take steps towards indirect talks: Report
Saudi Arabia and Iran have taken steps towards indirect talks to defuse tensions in the Middle East, with Riyadh asking Iraq and Pakistan to speak with the Iranian leadership about de-escalation… In a report on Saturday, the Times said Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) asked the leaders of Iraq and Pakistan to intervene in the wake of the attacks on two Saudi oil facilities on September 14.

Republican Lawmakers Push New Bill Requiring States Report All Babies Born Alive After Failed Abortions
Severe drought is affecting Namibia, causing deaths of more than 41 000 cattle over a period of ten months, reports showed on October 3, 2019. Officials describe it as the worst drought in 90 years.

Worst drought in 90 years hits Namibia, over 61 000 cattle and other livestock perish
Severe drought is affecting Namibia, causing deaths of more than 41 000 cattle over a period of ten months, reports showed on October 3, 2019. Officials describe it as the worst drought in 90 years.

Four out of five French citizens say Islam not compatible with their values and there are too many Muslims in their country
Look for new sharia-speech laws to quell the conquered and crush dissent. In a separate question some 78 percent of French people are of the view that Islam “seeks to impose its way of life on others”. Everybody knows.

Japanese PM tells the United Nations to shove it, will not take in any Muslim ‘refugees’
Japan’s prime minister said Tuesday that his nation needs to attend to its own demographic challenges posed by falling birth rates and an aging population before opening its doors to refugees.

MAJOR oil discovery in northern Israel fulfills the blessing that Moses gave to the Tribe of Asher
Moses’ blessing to the tribe of Asher regarding oil in the allotment of land is continuing to come to fruition, as Zion Oil & Gas announced Tuesday that it has definitely found oil and it is nearing testing the well for commerciality.

Tropical storm developing near Guam, potential to become major typhoon near Okinawa
There’s a high chance of a new tropical storm in the next 24 hours east of Guam, Pacific Ocean. In the long-range, this storm could become a major typhoon east of Okinawa, Japan.

4 500 people displaced, 6 killed as widespread floods hit Senegal
Widespread floods affected nearly 9 000 people in Senegal over the past 20 days. 4 500 were displaced, 6 killed and 49 injured, IFRC reports. Extensive damage was reported in Rufisque and Guédiawaye departments in Dakar Region and Kaolack department in Kaolack Region.

Soros’s New PAC Drops $350,000 into Virginia Ahead of Pivotal Elections
A new political action committee launched by liberal billionaire George Soros has given $350,000 to Planned Parenthood Virginia, its largest outside contribution ever, ahead of the state’s November elections, records show.

Israel Is Right Now Negotiating ‘Historic Pact’ With Arab Gulf States That Will Provide ‘Peace And Safety’ In Unprecedented End Times Alliance
While Israel seeks to widen its diplomatic relations with states in the region beyond its two full peace partners Egypt and Jordan, the non-aggression pact initiative stems from Israel’s recognition that full relations with the Gulf states may not be possible unless or until the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is resolved, the TV report noted.

The government can now activate your phone camera to stream live video of whatever you are seeing
A New Jersey police department recently implemented new technology that allows 911 operators in the area to stream live video from callers’ smartphones with the touch of a button.