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Friday, February 23, 2018

Elephants in Nepal rescue 500 Tourists after Floods

Elephants in Nepal helped rescue hundreds of tourists trapped in the Sauraha district of Chitwan, after four days of Monsoon rains have been pounding the area with overloads of water. The flooding started...

Greece Wildfires burn Lands and Houses in the Coastal areas near Athens

Greece has reported some 91 fires over the past 24-hours. Officials have warned that the risk of more blazes remains high as strong winds and high temperatures normally cause such problems @ this...

Portugal Wildfires Blazing out of Hand

Over 6.000 firefighters are struggling to put out forest fires across Portugal during the weekend. Lisbon has requested assistance from Europe to tackle the blaze that threatens to spread with more hot weather...

Cancer is Caused by Chemicals and Radiation

The American Anti-Cancer Institute has confirmed that "Cancer is Caused by Chemicals and Radiation". The different type of chemicals in our food that we put into our body and radiation of...

Afghanistan is the World biggest Drugs Dealer thanks to Opioid epidemic in USA

Afghanistan has become the world's biggest drugs dealer, thanks to the opioid epidemic in the United States, caused by US Pharmaceuticals and doctors over prescribing the addictive opiate to the American people. As...

Saudi Arabia building Tourism Attractions on 50 islands in the Red Sea

Saudi Arabia started a huge development program aimed @ turning 50 islands and other locations on the Red Sea into luxury resorts, as part of attempts to diversify the...

Agricultural pesticide, Endosulfan kills 13 young Children in Bangladesh

The death of 13 children in Bangladesh has been linked to the use of a pesticide known as Endosulfan, which was routinely applied in a nearby "Lychee Tree" orchard. Officials attributed the deaths to lychee...

Aurora Borealis viewed over Canada and USA

People living in parts of northern USA & Canada experienced a rare overnight view of the aurora borealis during the weekend. Bright ribbons of light in the skies above Vermont,...

Germany comes with Zero-Emission alternative for 4.000 Diesel Trains

German technology is about to introduce the first hydrogen-powered train to transport passenger over long distances. The zero-emission train only emits steam and will be opened up...

Africa conflict organized to steal away their Gold, Oil & Diamonds

Johannesburg : The Western demolition tactics serve Imperialist nations that economically want to explore and own the entire world resources, especially gold, oil, gas and diamonds. Countries that try...

India Rains and Floods displaced some 2 million people

Indian authorities told Reuters, that torrential rains, floods and landslides in northeastern India have left at least 93 people dead in the states of Assam, Manipur, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh. Assam is the worst hit, with 53 lives lost so far...

Aral Sea Lake destroyed by capitalist Cotton Industry

Formerly one of the four largest lakes of the world with an area of 68.000 km2, the Aral Sea has been steadily shrinking since the...

Alamo Wildfire doubles in size striking California

High temperatures and low humidity spurred to double the size of the Alamo wildfire and reach the size of nearly 6.000 acres this weekend, as firefighters attempted to combat the...

Grapes & Apples have become the Most Poisonous Fruits on the Planet

Chemical pesticides are designed to kill things, most of which are very toxic and not good for you! In developing children, pesticides have been found to create neurological problems, which may...