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According to sources, Hamas’ tunnels under Gaza extend “a few dozen miles.” Other sources believe these tunnels extend hundreds of miles and rival the underground of a major European city. This has caused some commentators to refer to Hama’s tunnels as the “Gaza metro.” The ‘Gaza metro’: The mysterious subterranean tunnel network used by Hamas | CNN. Whatever their length, they shield fighters from surveillance and allow movement without fear of observation or attack. What if these tunnels could be precisely located? Rather than being safe locations, they would become death traps.
Military denies giving Shifa evacuation order, says doctors asked it to help people leave; fuel arrives in Strip; dozens of Gazans reported killed in Khan Younis, Jabaliya
Patients, staff and displaced people on Saturday left Shifa Hospital, Gaza’s largest medical center, health officials in the Strip said, leaving behind only a skeleton crew to care for those too sick to move and Israeli forces in control of the facility.
The exodus from Shifa Hospital in Gaza City came the same day internet and phone service was restored to the Gaza Strip, ending a telecommunications blackout that forced the United Nations to shut down critical humanitarian aid deliveries because it was unable to coordinate its convoys.
Military says fighter jets hit ‘advanced’ surface-to-air missile system that fired at a drone overnight; report says Israel struck aluminum plant outside Nabatiyeh
Fresh rocket attacks were launched at communities in northern Israel on Saturday, leading Israeli forces to strike back at Hezbollah targets in Lebanon.
There were no reports of injuries in the latest attacks, which came a day after four Israelis were injured by an anti-tank guided missile fired by Hezbollah.
Israel said to reject proposed deal that would separate mothers and children, insists Gaza terror groups release them together; Hamas warns Israel not to drag its feet
The United States has stepped up pressure on Qatar to secure the release of some 240 hostages being held by terror groups in Gaza, amid reports that Israel is balking on an initial, partial deal that would keep some mothers in Gaza while their children went free.
US President Joe Biden held another call Friday with Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani and pressed him on the “urgent need” for the roughly 240 hostages “to be released without further delay,” the White House said, intensifying its rhetoric regarding the urgency of the issue.
A barrage of at least 25 rockets was fired from Lebanon on Saturday morning, according to the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). In response, the Israeli military attacked several Hezbollah positions across the Lebanese-Israeli border. Is the region on the brink of an all-out war?
Tensions between Israel and Hezbollah have been steadily soaring since Tel Aviv launched an all-out operation against Hamas and other Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip in the aftermath of the Islamists' surprise October attack.
The conflict with Hamas will negatively affect GDP in 2023 and 2024, according to the rating agency
Israel’s economy will contract 5% in the fourth quarter of this year amid rising geopolitical and security risks due to the conflict with Palestinian military group Hamas, credit rating agency S&P said in a report this week.
The rating agency cited lower business activity, falling consumer demand, and a “very uncertain” investment environment.
Price growth has been accelerating for half a year, and has passed 7%, Elvira Nabiullina says
Annual inflation in Russia has topped 7%, the head of the central bank, Elvira Nabiullina, has said, stressing that the figure requires more cautiousness from the government.
“Inflation has been rising consistently since June, now exceeding 7%, and in accordance with our target of 4%, this increase cannot be called harmless,” she told the State Duma on Thursday.
NATO Air Command reported that two Russian Tu-160 bombers, two MiG-31 jets, and two Il-78 tankers were intercepted by NATO F-35s.
NATO Air Command reported yesterday that the state-of-the-art aircraft scrambled to meet two Russian Tu-160 bombers, two MiG-31 jets, and two Il-78 tankers flying close to allied airspace.
After the failed "Summer Offensive" by the Ukrainian Army, which saw estimates of Ukrainian losses in excess of 90 thousand, somehow, in spite of these tremendous losses, the Ukrainian lines continue to hold. How is this possible?
One of the main factors is the presence of thousands of foreign mercenaries working in Ukraine. There have been multiple reports of radio intercepts on Ukrainian military frequencies in English, Polish, Arabic and other foreign languages, along with reports from some front line sectors that up to 50% of the enemy forces are foreign mercenaries.
Weapons promised to Kiev should take a week to ship but instead delivery is being delayed for months, a senior official claims
The most senior adviser to Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, Mikhail Podoliak, has said that the delivery of Western weapons to Kiev should be happening much faster than it has been.
In an interview Friday with Ukraine’s 24 Kanal TV, the official noted that long delays in shipping the weapons gives Russia enough time to prepare for strategic defense by the moment they finally arrive.
Joe and Jill Biden “acted like polite people” on meeting the Russian delegation at the APEC summit in San Francisco, Aleksey Overchuk says
US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden greeted visiting Russian dignitaries in full accordance with protocol during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in San Francisco, Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Aleksey Overchuk, who headed Moscow’s delegation at the high-profile event, has said.
Turkey says Sweden must extradite PKK members considered terrorists by Ankara...
After several hours of debate, the Turkish parliament’s foreign affairs committee postponed a vote on Sweden’s membership of NATO on Thursday, 18 months after Stockholm submitted its formal application for membership of the North Atlantic military alliance.
Announcing the decision, committee chairman Fuat Oktay said that all committee members needed to be fully convinced of Sweden’s credentials and warned that this could take time. He assured that the issue could be put back on the agenda in the near future but did not specify a date for the vote, and revealed that Sweden’s ambassador in Ankara could be invited to the committee meeting to speed up ratification.
More than 40,000 hours of Jan. 6 Capitol Police security video will be made public on a dedicated website starting immediately and ramping up in the coming months, House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-Louisiana) announced on Nov. 17.
However, individual video clips released to media or other requesters will have the faces of identifiable individuals blurred, a senior congressional aide told The Epoch Times. That restriction drew immediate fire from some Jan. 6 criminal case defendants.
If the Chinese spy balloon incident wasn’t enough, the Biden administration has now to offered China and Russia a VIP tour of the US National Nuclear Security Administration nuclear testing site.
What could possibly go wrong? GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) was so angry at the Biden administration’s decision, she is now demanding answers as to why Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm offered foreign adversaries access to a sensitive US nuclear testing site.
Endgame Martial Law: Order Out Of Chaos Agenda In Play As Violence Hits America Streets And Campuses Leading To A Hot Civil War Which Will Allow The Biden Regime To Lock Down America
Some very strange and bizarre events have been happening, online and offline, some that appear to have nothing to do with each other, yet looking at everything together leaves one with the feeling that all hell is about to break loose.
Aside from being in a midst of World War III, with the U.S. inserting itself in both the Russia/Ukraine and Hamas/Israel wars, with nuclear capable countries taking sides, we are seeing in-country sides being taken in these wars, that frankly have nothing to do with the people bitterly arguing over them.
A top deputy to Dr. Anthony Fauci indicated in a newly uncovered email that he purposefully did not keep records that he knew would be sought by the public and congressional investigators.
"I have retained very few emails or documents on these matters, and continue to request that correspondence on sensitive issues be sent to me at my gmail [sic] address," Dr. David Morens, the deputy, wrote in the June 17, 2021, missive.
Last week the United Nations Development Program officially launched their new initiative promoting “Digital Public Infrastructure” (DPI) around the world.
The “50in5” program – so-called because it aims to introduce DPI in fifty countries in the next five years – began with a live-streamed event on November 8th.
For those of you unsure what “Digital Public Infrastructure” is, the 50in5 website is quite clear: Digital public infrastructure (DPI) – which refers to a secure and interoperable network of components that include digital payments, ID, and data exchange systems.
DEVELOPING: Experts sound the alarm over deadly and fatal “mystery illness” impacting dogs across America
Cases of a fatal respiratory condition in dogs have appeared in Oregon, Indiana, Illinois, Washington, Idaho, California, Nevada and throughout the Northeast as veterinarians scramble to determine what is causing the mysterious illness.
The first symptom, experts say, is a pervasive cough that can last for several weeks and is resistant to traditional antibiotic treatments.
DEVELOPING: At least 450 hospital patients in Massachusetts could have been exposed to hepatitis and HIV
Nearly 450 patients treated at Salem Hospital in Massachusetts could have been exposed to hepatitis and HIV due to improperly administered IV drugs.
“Earlier this year, Salem Hospital was made aware of an isolated practice involving a small portion of endoscopy patients who were potentially exposed to infection due to the administration of their intravenous medication in a manner not consistent with our best practice,” according to a statement from Mass General Brigham (MGB), the health care system Salem Hospital belongs to. (Endoscopies involve a doctor inserting a tubelike instrument into a patient’s body to capture images of specific tissues.)
A new review of existing studies on insecticides has found “sufficient evidence” that exposure to high levels of insecticides is associated with lower sperm concentration in men. The review focused on organophosphate (OP) and N-methyl carbamate (NMC) insecticides. The researchers said their systematic review and meta-analysis are the most comprehensive on this topic to date.
The paper, “Adult Organophosphate and Carbamate Insecticide Exposure and Sperm Concentration: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the Epidemiological Evidence,” was published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives. It sought to answer the question, “What is the association between adult exposure to OP and NMC insecticides and sperm concentration?”
Iceland is deploying one of the largest bulldozers around – the $1.5M, 104-ton Caterpillar D11, in an attempt to disrupt potential lava flows by excavating three-mile-long trenches.
This operation, underway amid fears of an eruption from the Fagradalsfjall volcano, is a precautionary measure to minimize the potential strain on infrastructure. Fagradalsfjall is located in the southwest of the country, near the capital of Reykjavík.
The Smithsonian Institute’s Global Volcanism Program reported this week that at least 19 volcanoes are currently erupting around the world. The organization was unconcerned about the wave of eruptions.
“The number of volcanoes erupting right now is normal,” Global Volcanism Program Director Ben Andrews told Newsweek. “There are currently 46 ongoing eruptions, and over the past 30 years there have generally been about 40-50 eruptions happening at any given time. Since 1991, there have been between 56 and 88 eruptions each year; 67 eruptions have happened thus far this year, and there were 85 in 2022.”
Similar to Andrew Dawson, TikToker James Goble was driving on Quartzville Drive in Oregon and claimed to see a giant appear out of a stone door. This is being referred to as the Quartzille giant and the Quartzville giant door as well as the Oregon Giant. Its a pretty interesting mystery.