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Oct. 27, 2017- Plague warning has spread to NINE countries


 1coverThe Last Chronicles of Planet Earth October 26, 2017 Edition written by Frank DiMora

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Headline: Hamas leader blames Israel for assassination attempt on security commander

While Gaza sources say ISIS attempted to assasinate Hamas’s internal security forces commander, Tawfiq Abu Naim, as revenge for arresting ISIS militants and supporters, it didn’t stop Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh from accusing Israel of the botched hit, claiming it did so in an attempt to sabotage their reconciliation with Fatah. “Through these crimes, Israel is trying to dissuade Hamas from its ways and its adherence to the rights and struggle of the Palestinian people,” Haniyeh said while visiting Abu Naim at the Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza. Meanwhile, sources in the Gaza Strip contradicted Haniyeh, saying the main assesment in the strip is that the Islamic State is responsible for the attack. According to sources in Gaza, ISIS wanted revenge on Hamas, and on Abu Naim in particular, over a wave of arrests of ISIS affiliated militants directed by the Gaza terror group and led by the internal security commander. However, at least on the declarative level, other Hamas officials also said that they view Israel as responsible for the assasination attempt, claiming that it sought to derail the reconciliation agreement reached between Hamas and Fatah.
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Saudi Arabia

Headline: Yemen army advance towards Saada after clashes with Houthi militias

“All roads lead to Saada” was the slogan the Yemeni army raised as they continue to make advances at the border governorate of al-Jawf, a Houthi stronghold. Military sources confirmed that the recent advances made by the Yemeni army against the Houthi militias will enable them to join the front in Saada. This will further tighten the grip on the Houthis who left the province towards Sanaa to control the capital with their ally, ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Since taking control of the capital, the Houthis and their allies lost large areas that were under their control in Yemen.
Oct. 27, 2017


In that day there will be a highway from Egypt to Assyria, and the Assyrian will come into Egypt and the Egyptian into Assyria, and the Egyptians will serve with the Assyrians.” (Isaiah 19:23)

***Reading the above definition of Assyria on the Psalm 83 photo and viewing the map below….going through Saudi Arabia maybe a possible way this prophecy will come to pass

Headline: Planned bridge to connect Saudi Arabia with Egypt

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman announced Tuesday his intention to create a new high-tech mega city in western Saudi Arabia, called NEOM, for a cost of $500 billion. According to the plans, the Saudi kingdom intends to erect a bridge passing over the Red Sea and linking NEOM to Egypt, reported American news site Bloomberg, a project Israel may have to assent to for it to go forward. The creation of the bridge, set to span 10 kilometers and allow passage for both cars and a train, was made possible after Egypt transferred ownership of the Sanafir and Tiran islands of the Red Sea to Saudi Arabia. The bridge, much ballyhooed in the past, now returned to world headlines following Prince bin Salman’s announcement f the impending construction of NEOM. “This is a project administered by Mohammad bin Salman, the strongest man in Saudi Arabia. He’s spearheading a plan that’s looking many, many years ahead into the future. It contains economic development that goes beyond merely oil. It’s a 500 billion dollar investment, and only a country like Saudi Arabia can afford it,” explained Meital.
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Headline: Iraq launches new offensives against Kurds

Headline: Iraq sets deadline for Kurds to quit Turkey border post

At 6 a.m. on Thursday, Iraqi armored vehicles and artillery, backed by infantry and Iranian- backed Shi’ite militias, launched an attack on Kurdish Peshmerga in northern Iraq near the border with Syria and Turkey. The attack is aimed at capturing this strategic area from the Kurdistan Regional Government. There have also been reports of clashes and shelling on the road from Erbil to Kirkuk where Iraqi forces face off against Kurdish Peshmerga 45 km. south of the KRG’s capital. The battles come after a momentous 10 days in Iraq that saw Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) take over large swaths of territory as Peshmerga withdrew from Kirkuk and Sinjar. Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has been on a marathon series of meetings in Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Turkey and Iran, beginning on October 22.On Wednesday, the Kurdistan Regional Government offered to freeze the results of the September 25 independence referendum, which had angered Baghdad and Western allies. The KRG called for dialogue with Baghdad. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert welcomed the statement, noting “calm and dialogue are steps forward.” However less than 24 hours later, the Kurdistan Region Security Council said it was “alarmed by intelligence signaling an imminent attack by Iraqi forces and Iranian-backed Popular Mobilization Forces in Northwest of Mosul.” The council pointed at Iranian forces leaders Hadi al-Ameri and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis as the instigators of planned “unprovoked attacks.”
Oct. 27, 2017


Headline: 10 Dead in Ethiopia After Security Forces Fire on Protesters

At least 10 people have been killed and 20 others wounded during violent protests Thursday in the town of Ambo, in Ethiopia’s Oromia region, after federal security forces fired on the demonstrators. The latest protest — which follows on more than a year of deadly protests in the region between November 2015 and December 2016 — was triggered by recent shortages of sugar. The local head of communications, Gadisa Desalenge, told VOA that the federal and special elite “Agazi” forces, who were deployed to the area early Thursday, were responsible for the deaths. Desalenge also told VOA that some of the protesters, “infuriated by the killings,” set several trucks on fire. VOA Horn of Africa service contacted the Ethiopian government for comment, but so far has not received a reply.
Oct. 26, 2017

Headline: Bomb attack kills one Bahraini policeman, wounds eight

Militants attacked a Bahraini police bus near the Jidhafs area outside the capital Manama, killing one policeman and wounding eight others, the interior ministry said on Friday. The attack targeted the bus on the Khalifa bin Salman highway, the ministry said, adding that the militant group used a handmade bomb. “Investigations are underway to determine the circumstances of this premeditated terrorist attack and arrest the group involved,” the ministry said in a statement on its website. The incident was the latest in a series of attacks targeting policemen in the country where the US Fifth Fleet is based. The government blames the attacks on Shi‘ite militants it says are backed by Iran to destabilize the country, a charge Tehran denies.
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Headline: Catalans declare independence as Madrid imposes direct rule

Headline: Spain’s Prime Minister Fires the Whole Catalan Government

The Catalan regional parliament has voted to declare independence from Spain, while the Spanish parliament has approved direct rule over the region. Catalan MPs easily approved the move amid an opposition boycott. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy had told senators direct rule was needed to return “law, democracy and stability” to Catalonia. The crisis began earlier this month when Catalonia held a controversial referendum on independence.The Catalan regional parliament has voted to declare independence from Spain, while the Spanish parliament has approved direct rule over the region. Catalan MPs easily approved the move amid an opposition boycott. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy had told senators direct rule was needed to return “law, democracy and stability” to Catalonia. The crisis began earlier this month when Catalonia held a controversial referendum on independence.
Oct. 27, 2017


Headline: Plague warning in NINE countries amid fears BLACK DEATH could spread on flights from Madagascar

PLAGUE warnings have been issued for NINE countries surrounding Madagascar amid fears the disease could spread via sea trade and flight routes. The outbreak is considered a much bigger threat to the region than in previous years because it has taken on its pneumonic form – meaning it is airborne and spread by sneezing and coughing.And experts say the epidemic could still worsen as the death tolls hits 124 and more than 1,300 are left infected. The medieval disease famously wiped out ONE THIRD of Europe’s population in the 13th and 14th centuries in one of the most devastating pandemics in human history known as the Black Death.Dr Ashok Chopra, a professor of microbiology and immunology at the University of Texas, told The Sun Online the crisis in Madagascar had yet to peak. He warned it was possible for the deadly plague to move further into the region given the regular flights going in and out of the country.
Oct. 27, 2017


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