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Headline: US threatens to replace UN human rights body over anti-Israel stance

The United States has threatened to supplant the United Nations Human Rights Council with an alternative group of nations, unless the 47-member body halted its anti-Israel bias and underwent a series of reforms. “We are either going to reform this thing and make it reflect what it should be reflecting or we will withdraw our support for it,” US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Wednesday in Washington. Should the US pull out of the UNHRC it would “find other means that we can approach human rights issues on a multi-lateral basis with partners who see it the same way we do,” Tillerson told the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Rep. Francis Rooney (R-FL) asked Tillerson about US funding for international organizations in the fiscal 2018 budget, including the Geneva-based UNHRC. “I wish you would reconsider the $10 million you have in there for the UNHRC. That is on top of the $17.5m. that we have spent in the last few years to try to buy friendship with Israel. I will bet you a steak dinner that it is not going to work,” he said. Tillerson assured that Rooney that his office was examining its engagement with some of those insinuations, specifically the UNHRC, as he issued a number of strong statements about the organization. “We are looking at those one by one and really asking ourselves what is the cost/ benefit here. In some areas we are either going to reform those or we are going to withdraw from them,” Tillerson said.
June 15, 2017

Headline: Palestinians to claim Tomb of Patriarchs on UN World Heritage List

The World Heritage Committee is set to debate inscribing the Old City of Hebron – including its Tomb of the Patriarchs – to the “State of Palestine” when it meets from July 2 to 12 in Krakow, Poland. “This is a new front in the war over the holy places that the Palestinians are trying to ignite as part of their propaganda campaign against Israel and the history of the Jewish people,” Israel’s Ambassador to UNESCO Carmel Shama HaCohen told The Jerusalem Post on Thursday. The World Heritage Committee operates under the auspices of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural organization. For the last three years Israel has waged a stiff battle at UNESCO to prevent the Palestinians from linguistically reclassifying Judaism’s holiest site, the Temple Mount, solely as the Muslim religious site known as al-Haram al-Sharif. “This is a clear continuation of the attacks and hallucinatory outrageous votes in UNESCO regarding Jerusalem, the Temple Mount and the Western Wall,” Shama HaCohen said, drawing a clear link between the two battles for Israel’s Jewish heritage.
June 16, 2017

Headline:  Five Palestinians cities to expand into Area C

Israel notified the Palestinian Authority that five Palestinian cities – Ramallah, Hebron, Tulkarem, Jenin and Kalkilya – would be allowed to expand from Area A into Area C, MK Ahmed Tibi (Joint List) told Army Radio on Thursday night. Tibi spoke prior to the anticipated return of US envoy Jason Greenblatt to the region, who was last here two weeks ago to speak with Israelis and Palestinians about US President Donald Trump’s peace efforts.  The expansion plan fits into the contours of an emerging US effort to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as part of a vision of a wider peace deal that would involve some of the Sunni Arab states. The US wants Israel, the PA and some of the Sunni Arab states to take steps to benefit one of the other sides of this triangle, thereby significantly improving the atmosphere to facilitate the renewal of negotiations. Washington is believed to be pressing Israel to “moderate” settlement construction and enable more Palestinian development in Area C.
June 16, 2017


Headline: 5 wounded in shooting, stabbing attack in Jerusalem; border policewoman critically wounded

Three terrorists armed with semi-automatic weapons and knives struck in two different parts of Jerusalem's Old City, Friday night, critically wounding a 22-year-old border policewoman. All three terrorists, Palestinians from the West Bank, aged 18-19, were shot and killed at the scene by security forces. The critically wounded border policewoman was evacuated to Hadassah Mt. Scopus Hospital for emergency medical treatment. Additionally, four others were moderately and lightly wounded. According to reports from the scene, two terrorists opened fire at a police force near Sultan Suleiman St. while the third terrorist stabbed the border policewoman near the Damascus Gate. Jerusalem district police commander Yoram Halevy described the attack, saying, "At one scene, near Sultan Suleiman St., two terrorists—one armed with a semi-automatic weapon and the other a knife—attacked police. Police responded and killed both attackers at the scene. Several meters away, at the Damascus Gate, an additional terrorist stabbed a border policewoman, critically wounding her. The terrorist was shot by other officers in the area."
June 16, 2017,7340,L-4976838,00.html


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Headline: Yemen rebels fire on UAE ship — coalition

Yemeni rebels have fired a missile at an Emirati ship near the Bab Al Mandab Strait, injuring a crewman, the Saudi-led coalition said Thursday, marking the latest incident in the strategic waters. The coalition, which intervened against Yemen’s Houthi rebels and their allies more than two years ago, did not name the vessel or say whether it was civilian or military. It was leaving the port of Mokha, in Yemen’s southwest, when the attack occurred but the ship itself was not damaged, the coalition said.In a statement on their press agency the rebels claimed the attack against the “warship” and said it took place on Tuesday evening. An international naval coalition, the Combined Maritime Forces, on Monday warned that “there are still risks” to ships transiting Bab al-Mandab.
June 16, 2017


Headline: Egyptians take to the streets to protest the transfer of 2 Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia

Clashes erupted between police and protesters staging a sit-in at the headquarters of the Egyptian Press Syndicate in Cairo on Tuesday, shortly after the Egyptian parliament approved a deal paving the way to transfer two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia’s control. Protesters were inside the building as well as outside chanting against Egyptian President Abdul Fattah el-Sisi on the steps by the Journalists’ Union. Former presidential candidate and leftist activist Hamdeen Sabahi said that people “think that these islands will not go to Saudi Arabia but to Israel, and this deal is part of a mysterious arrangement in the region”. El-Badeel newspaper editor in chief, Khaled el-Balshi called said it was “an illegal agreement, especially after the court refused it. This means that the parliament has lost its legitimacy”. The contested islands of Tiran and Sanafir sit at the narrow entrance to the Gulf of Aqaba which leads to Jordan and Israel. Courts originally struck down the agreement, first signed in April 2016, but a year later another court upheld it.
June 14, 2017

Headline: Russia questions US Himars missile deployment in Syria

The Russian defence ministry has raised concerns about US multiple-rocket launchers being deployed at a base in eastern Syria. It said it was not impossible the two Himars launchers being set up in al-Tanf would be used against troops fighting so-called Islamic State. The launchers were reportedly brought in from Jordan to Tanf, which is used by rebels and Western special forces. US aircraft bombed a government convoy in the area last month. Syrian- and Iranian-backed militiamen had reportedly been moving towards the base, located in a sparsely populated desert region. Russia is the Syrian government's main military ally. "It's not impossible that similar attacks on Syrian forces will be continued in the future – this time, using Himars," the Russian defence ministry said. The Syrian government said this week it had regained territory in the Tanf area.
June 15, 2017

Headline: The UN Just Accused The US Of Killing 300 Civilians Since Last Week In Raqqa

According to a U.N. Commission of Inquiry tasked with investigating violations of international war crimes and crimes against humanity in Syria, the intensification of airstrikes by the U.S.-led coalition has led to a “staggering loss of civilian life,” the Guardian reports. The U.N. war crimes investigators found that since the acceleration of airstrikes in the Syrian city of Raqqa commenced last week, 300 civilians have already died. This statistic arguably makes Bashar al-Assad pale in comparison; Assad’s regime reportedly kills approximately 20-50 people in any given week. “We note in particular that the intensification of air strikes, which have paved the ground for an SDF advance in Raqqa, has resulted not only in staggering loss of civilian life, but has also led to 160,000 civilians fleeing their homes and becoming internally displaced,” Paulo Pinheiro, the chairman of the U.N. Commission of Inquiry told the human rights council in Geneva. According to Karen Abuzayd, an American commissioner on the independent panel, the figure of 300 is based only on deaths caused by airstrikes. Therefore, the figure of civilian deaths caused by troops on the ground may ultimately higher. As the Guardian also notes, speculation that the coalition has been using white phosphorous has already drawn strong condemnation.
June 15, 2017


Headline: ISIS launches surprise attack on Syrian army at Deir ez-Zor

DEBKAfile’s military sources disclose that the Islamic State took advantage of the Syrian-Hizballah-Shiite militias’ preoccupation with seizing the Syrian-Iraqi border to launch a large-scale surprise attack Thursday on the big Syrian air base at Deir ez-Zor. This is the second ISIS attack on the eastern Syrian town in the last 48 hours. This time, the jihadists formed a wedge between the air base and the town and forced the Syrian defenders, the 137th Brigade, to retreat.
June 15, 2017

Headline:ISIL recaptures key military base in west Raqqa

For the second time in two weeks, the Islamic State (ISIL) terror organization has recaptured the strategic Division 17 Base in western Al-Raqqa. The Islamic State fighters managed to recapture the Division 17 Base, following a heated battle with the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) at the western axis of Raqqa City. ISIL will likely lose this site in the coming days, as they lack the firepower to hold the base against the US-backed forces.
June 16, 2017


Headline: Massive convoy of pro-government reinforcements arrives at Syria-Iraq border

A huge convoy of reinforcements from Harakat Al-Nujaba (Iraqi paramilitary) arrived at Iraq-Syria border on Wednesday. Earlier, Hezbollah and Syrian Army established a military base in the area in a step aimed at preventing the U.S. and their proxy islamist forces from trying to advance towards Deir Ezzor province. At the same time, Syrian Army and allies continue their preparations for a major offensive towards Abu Kamal town in southeastern Deir Ezzor countryside which is strategically located near the Iraqi border. The aforementioned convoy of Harakat Al-Nujaba fighters is intended to reinforce the pro-government military contingent in the area ahead of future operation which is expected to begin in the coming weeks.
June 15, 2017










Headline: Turkey's prime minister slams protest by opposition leader

Turkey's prime minister on Friday slammed a protest march led by the leader of the country's main opposition party following a 25-year prison sentence handed down to a party lawmaker. Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said Kemal Kilicdaroglu, as the head of the secular Republican People's Party, should respect the judiciary's decision. "You cannot seek justice on the streets, and Turkey is a state of law … it's not nice to complain about our country to the whole world by taking to the street." On Wednesday, a Turkish court convicted parliamentarian Enis Berberoglu for revealing state secrets. He was accused of giving journalists footage of a search on Syria-bound trucks, leading to Cumhuriyet newspaper's 2015 coverage suggesting Turkey's intelligence service had smuggled weapons to Islamist rebels in Syria. Kilicdaroglu called the verdict "unjust" and alleged the judiciary was influenced by the government. Along with supporters, he launched a 265-mile (426-kilometer) "march for justice" Thursday from the capital, Ankara, to an Istanbul prison where Berberoglu is being held.
June 16, 2017


Headline: From Tehran to Beirut: Shia militias aim to firm up Iran's arc of influence

Iranian plans to secure ground routes across Iraq and Syria and being shored up by proxies driving Isis from the region. The town of Ba’aj is deserted and broken. Its streets are blocked by overturned cars, its shops are shuttered and the iron gates of its ravaged homes groan in a scorching wind. Ba’aj is now a foundation point of an Iranian plan to secure ground routes across Iraq and Syria and into Lebanon, cementing its influence over lands its proxies have conquered. “From Mosul to Ba’aj, thank you Suleimani,” read one message painted on the town roundabout in tribute to the Iranian general Qassem Suleimani, who helped lead units of the Popular Mobilisation Front (PMF) as they swept through Ba’aj toward the Syrian border. Flags of various Shia units were planted like poppies. The transformation of Ba’aj, from an out-of-bounds haven for Isis leaders to a focal point for Iran’s efforts to change the regional dynamic, is taking place rapidly, even before hundreds of booby-trapped homes have been cleared. “It’s important,” said the PMF member. “We will do a lot from here.” In early May, PMF leaders told their senior members a land corridor that would give Iran a supply line across Iraq and Syria and into Lebanon, had been rerouted south of Mt Sinjar, 25 miles to the north. Ba’aj was to be the first main hub, and from there the road was to cross into Syria through the city of Deir Azzour and town of Mayedin, both of which remain under Isis control.
June 16, 2017


Headline: 4,000 more US troops to go to Afghanistan

The Pentagon will send almost 4,000 additional American forces to Afghanistan, a Trump administration official said Thursday, hoping to break a stalemate in a war that has now passed to a third U.S. commander in chief. The deployment will be the largest of American manpower under Donald Trump's young presidency. The decision by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis could be announced as early as next week, the official said. It follows Trump's move to give Mattis the authority to set troop levels and seeks to address assertions by the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan that he doesn't have enough forces to help Afghanistan's army against a resurgent Taliban insurgency. The rising threat posed by Islamic State extremists, evidenced in a rash of deadly attacks in the capital city of Kabul, has only fueled calls for a stronger U.S. presence, as have several recent American combat deaths.
June 16, 2017,7340,L-4976804,00.html

Headline: Four killed in attack on mosque in Kabul

Two gunmen and a suicide bomber killed at least four people and wounded eight more in an attack at a mosque in the Afghan capital of Kabul on Thursday, the Interior Ministry said. The three suspected attackers tried to enter the Al Zahra mosque, used by Kabul's Shi'ite minority, but were blocked by police, setting off a gun battle, ministry spokesman Najib Danish said. The attackers then took refuge in a kitchen, where one detonated a bomb while the other two were killed by security forces, he said. The attack came as mosques around the city were crowded for a night of religious observances as part of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. Kabul's Shi'ite minority have been targeted by suicide bombings in the past. An attack on a Shi'ite mosque in November killed more than 30 people. Islamic State militants claimed responsibility for that attack, as well as an attack last July that killed more than 80 people at a mostly Shi'ite demonstration.
June 16, 2017


Headline: Protests in northern Morocco swell with calls for royal intervention

Under the banner of the People's Movement, Moroccans have just staged the country's biggest political protest since the "Arab Spring" and some now say that only intervention by their king can defuse a deepening crisis. For months, demonstrators have taken to the streets in Rif region around the northern city of Al-Hoceima to vent their frustrations over the economic, social and political problems of a kingdom that presents itself as a beacon of stability in a turbulent region. Authorities have responded by arresting as many as 100 leaders and members of the movement, called Hirak al Chaabi in Arabic, since the end of May. Undaunted, tens of thousands marched through Rabat on Sunday, the greatest number to join a demonstration since a wave of rallies in 2011 forced King Mohamed VI to allow some democratic reforms. So far, the palace has remained silent despite activists' calls for a royal intervention. The government spokesman declined comment on the issue, saying only: "All the steps and initiatives taken by the government with regards to Al-Hoceima were under direct instruction from King Mohammed VI." Following a meeting with the king on Wednesday, French President Emmanuel Macron told reporters in Rabat that Mohammed VI is eager to "calm the situation in the Rif region by responding to the demands of this movement".
June 15, 2017 

Headline: Russia claims it killed ISIS leader al-Baghdadi

Russia said Friday that it killed ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and other leaders in a strike in late May. The ISIS leader is considered the world’s most wanted man. The report could not be immediately confirmed by Fox News. In an e-mailed statement, Army Col. Ryan Dillon said: "We cannot confirm these reports at this time." The Russian ministry said Friday that al-Baghdadi was killed in a Russian strike in late May along with other senior group commanders. It said the air raid on May 28 that targeted an IS meeting held on the southern outskirts of Raqqa in Syria also killed about 30 mid-level militant leaders and about 300 other fighters. The ministry said the strike came as IS leaders gathered to discuss the group's withdrawal from Raqqa, the group's de facto capital.
June 16, 2017


Headline: Gunman dead after attacking congressmen at Virginia baseball field

Headline: Mainstream Media Incitement of Violence Against Republicans Leads to Shooting of U.S. Congressman

Headline: ‘1 down, 216 to go’: GOP congresswoman receives threatening email after Virginia shooting

A gunman who sprayed bullets at Republican lawmakers during baseball practice in a Washington DC suburb has died, US President Donald Trump said. House of Representatives Majority Whip Steve Scalise was one of five injured in the early morning ambush at a park in Alexandria, Virginia. The attacker, identified as Illinois native James T Hodgkinson, 66, was killed after a firefight with police. The injured included two officers with non-life-threatening wounds. Hodgkinson was self-employed until recently and worked as a home inspector. He had campaigned for former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. A Facebook account that appears to belong to Hodgkinson is filled with anti-Republican and anti-Trump posts.
June 16, 2017

Headline: Venezuela mobs kick, burn thieves in lynching epidemic

Swearing in fury, the crowd strips the man naked and stomps on his head as he sprawls on the ground. "You want things that come easy? Then take this, you bastard." In Venezuela, this is what robbers get when they are caught by passers-by. It is not just the country's economy and political system that are sick, but society itself, experts say. An epidemic of lynchings is one of the most gruesome symptoms.the Venezuelan Social Conflict Observatory (OVCS). The body says some 60 people were recorded as killed in lynchings in the first five months of this year alone. Last year there were 126 such killings — a surge from the 20 reported in the previous year, coinciding with the worsening of political tensions and economic chaos. "In lynchings, citizens let out their anger in the face of a state that is not defending their right to justice," says Ponce. "They think they are dispensing justice, and they do so with anger, so they go as far as killing the person."Venezuela has one of the highest annual murder rates in the world — 70 for every 100,000 inhabitants in 2016, according to the state prosecution service. Yet only about six crimes out of every 100 here result in a sentence, says criminologist Fermin Marmol. Ponce sees the rise of lynchings as a sign of a "social breakdown" in Venezuela.
June 16, 2017

Headline: Somalia: Suicide car bomber targets Mogadishu restaurant

A combined suicide bomb and gun attack at two restaurants in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, has killed at least 20 people. The attack started on Wednesday evening as Muslims were breaking their daily fast during Ramadan. A Syrian chef at the Pizza House restaurant, a modern venue popular with young Somalis, was among the victims. Militants from the al-Shabab group held hostages during a shoot-out with police, which has now ended. All five attackers are said to have been killed. The al-Qaeda affiliated group admitted carrying out the attack.
June 15, 2017

Headline: 6 police killed in rebel ambush in Indian-controlled Kashmir

Six police were killed Friday when rebels fighting against Indian rule ambushed a police vehicle in Indian-controlled Kashmir, while two civilians were killed and several others injured in clashes that erupted during a gunbattle between rebels and government forces in the disputed region, officials and witnesses said. Senior police officer S.P. Pani said militants sprayed gunfire at the police vehicle in the southern Achabal area. All six officers onboard were killed, he said. No other details were immediately available.
June 16, 2017,7340,L-4976829,00.html


Headline: TSA begins testing biometric fingerprint screening at 2 airports

Forget fumbling for your photo ID and boarding pass at the airport. Soon, certain passengers will be free to move through the airport and check into their flights using only their fingerprints, thanks to the TSA’s latest, more intrusive, innovation. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced Tuesday that it will be assessing new biometric authentication technology (BAT), which allows travelers to go from the curb to the gate using only their fingerprints as their form of identification, and a boarding pass.  Starting this week, the technology will be unveiled at a TSA PreCheck lane in Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport and a lane in Denver International Airport. The TSA will conduct a voluntary pilot program to gather data about the technology from the two airports. After analyzing the data, the TSA will decide whether to deploy more BAT lanes later this year. Passengers who choose to participate will still need to go through the standard process of showing their boarding pass and ID. On Tuesday, the agency posted a video to their Instagram page, demonstrating how the technology works.
June 14, 2017


Headline: Could Illinois be the first state to file for bankruptcy?

Illinois residents may feel some solidarity with the likes of Puerto Rico and Detroit. A financial crunch is spiraling into a serious problem for Illinois lawmakers, prompting some observers to wonder if the state might make history by becoming the first to go bankrupt. At the moment, it's impossible for a state to file for bankruptcy protection, which is only afforded to counties and municipalities like Detroit.  Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection could be extended to states if Congress took up the issue, although Stanford Law School professor Michael McConnell noted in an article last year that he believed the precedents are iffy for extending the option to states. Nevertheless, Illinois is in a serious financial pickle, which is why radical options such as bankruptcy are being floated as potential solutions.  Ratings agency Moody's Investor Service earlier this month downgraded Illinois' general obligation bonds to its lowest investment grade rating, citing the state's growing pile of unpaid bills and its mounting pension deficit. Illinois, by the way, has the lowest credit rating of any state. Lower ratings mean higher borrowing costs, since lenders view such borrowers as riskier bets.
June 16, 2017


Headline: Why are half of NJ's honeybees dying each year?

Nearly half the honeybees in New Jersey die off each year, significantly outpacing the national average and perplexing scientists, who worry the losses could impact the state's agricultural industry. While bee populations have been in rapid decline throughout North America, losses in New Jersey surged ahead a few years ago and commercial as well as amateur beekeepers have been struggling with the losses. There could be many reasons for the deaths, but the consensus is that a parasite that is deadly to honeybees, the varroa destructor, has spread like wildfire throughout the state. Such problems can spread easily in New Jersey, beekeepers say, because the state’s 20,000 colonies are relatively close together in what is nation’s most densely populated state. State officials say backyard beekeepers need to take better care fighting the parasites. More than 48 percent of the bees died in 2013 and more than 53 percent were lost in 2016. This year, 41 percent died, according to a recent national survey. Nationwide, honeybee deaths average 33 percent a year. “We don’t have all the answers as to why one state is significantly higher than others,” said Dennis vanEngelsdorp survey director for the Bee Informed Partnership, a consortium of scientists and beekeepers. “It’s something that we have to look at much closer.”
June 16, 2017


***On April 25, 2017 I posted my video at this site entitled: "The Dying Continue". That video  can be seen below. In that video I asked you to watch for coming news reports which report on person to person transmission of the Avian Influenza.  I did this because the Lord warned us in the last days many would die as a result of plagues.  For years I have telling you diseases such as the Bird Flu and Avian Influenza would continue to mutate and at the end of the day these types of diseases would begin to be passed on from human to human not just from the birds to humans.  As you will see below the Chinese Medical Journal on May 10, 2017 has report on what may be the first case the disease being passed on from person to person.  This may be only one case but in Christ's warning He told us the last days signs would come as labor pains. I have no doubt as we get closer to the second coming of our Lord there will be many reports of person to person transmission of such diseases.

Headline: 'Pandemic' Possible with H7N9 Virus, Study Finds

A study published by a prestigious international medical journal has warned that mutations in the bird flu H7N9 virus could lead to a "pandemic" that could cause sickness and death around the world. The study, led by Yu Hongjie and fellow researchers at Fudan University's Public Health Institute in Shanghai, is based on information from all lab-confirmed human cases of H7N9 reported in the Chinese mainland as of late February. The findings were published in Lancet Infectious Diseases this month. A surge in human infections with the latest outbreak in China has prompted pandemic concerns. The study aimed to describe the epidemiological traits of the virus and to estimate the risks, according to Dr Yu. In the study, virus samples collected in February from two human cases in Guangdong province were confirmed to have the mutation that made the virus capable of causing sickness and death in infected poultry as well.
June 15, 2017

Headline: Is a new flu pandemic just three mutations away?

"Just three mutations are needed to make bird flu a potential pandemic strain that could kill millions," is the alarming headline from the Mail Online. However, the chance of all three mutations occurring has been described as "relatively low". Bird flu hit the headlines in 1997 when it was found that a strain of flu virus was spreading from poultry to humans in Hong Kong. The good news is that this strain didn't spread quickly between humans and therefore didn't spark a global pandemic in the same way as swine flu in 2009-10. In a new study researchers analysed a strain of bird flu (H7N9) to see whether a particular surface protein on the virus could bind to human tissue. If it could, this would make human-to-human transmission of the H7N9 flu virus more likely. The researchers found that three mutations of amino acids helped the virus bind specifically to human tissue and, in theory, could allow a human-to-human type transmission.
June 16, 2017


Headline: Terror of swine flu, four deaths in five days  (This report was translated for you).

June 16, 2017

Rajkot | Swine flu is spreading in the city. Four people died due to swine flu due to administration's negligence. Swine flu is becoming uncontrollable and the Health Department is watching the death scene.

In the city of Rajkot, swine flu infection has become uncontrollable for many years. Claims of healthcare are being proved to be futile. Every day four to five people are coming in its grip. A 66-year-old man living in New Jagannath area of ​​the city was undergoing treatment for swine flu. He died in a private hospital today.


Besides, 27-year-old woman suffering from swine flu infection of Sutrapada tahsil of Gir Somnath district is undergoing treatment at a private hospital located at Rajkot. After 9 days of treatment, there was no relief but after the last night the girl died. On the other hand, 70-year-old elderly son of Uplata in Rajkot Civil Hospital died due to swine flu disease two days earlier.


Within 39 hours of this incident, the 39-year-old woman from Manavadar tehsil of Junagadh died. While Sutrapada's maiden died during Swine Flu treatment at the city's private hospital. Four people died from swine flu in the last five days. In front of the rising panic of uncontrollable swine flu, the Health Department remains a silent spectator.


According to sources, 25 people have died from swine from Rajkot since January. In the last six months, four people die every month from swine flu. The Health Department is just a death knell. The cases of swine flu positive are continuously increasing. Both of them are being treated at Rajkot after the 29-year-old woman of Mangrol and 75-year-old of Ranchodnagar in Junagadh comes positive.


Headline: Niger floods: Nine children killed as homes collapse

At least nine children are reported to have died as houses in Niger's capital, Niamey, collapsed following heavy rain. The rain has caused floods and extensive damage, including to one of the main markets in the city centre. Homes collapsed in several parts of the city, trapping or killing those inside, AFP reported Zourkaleini Maiga, secretary general of the local authority, as saying. Last month, the UN warned that 106,000 people in Niger were at risk of floods.Two television channels, Tele-Sahel and Tal-TV, had their programming interrupted on Tuesday evening when their studios flooded, AFP reported company officials as saying. Reports in Nigerian newspapers have also spoken of transport links with northern Nigeria being cut in the past few days, as two road bridges on key routes were washed away in the Mokwa area and a railway line was severed.
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