BREAKING NEWS TOTAL CEO Christophe de Margerie dies in jet crashes at Moscow’s Vnukovo airport

BREAKING NEWS Business jet crashes at Moscow’s Vnukovo airport French citizen & 3 crewmembers have reportedly been killed in small plane crash at Vnukovo Airport in Moscow Moscow’s Vnukovo …

Breaking News: A Memoir


Kurdish female fighters ready to send ISIS to hell

Kurdish women are taking part in military drills close to Kobani, after signing up to fight for the Kurdish Peoples’ Protection Unit (YPG) against the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS, formally…

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria: The History of ISIS/ISIL


*Includes pictures
*Explains the formation, influences, ideology, and goals of the group
*Includes footnotes and a bibliography for further reading

Also known as ISIS, Da’esh, al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI), and a host of other names, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has increasingly gained attention over the years for its brutal tactics and seemingly blatant disregard for human rights, but it has recently dominated the global media spotlight and made headlines when it attacked and seized control of Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq, and drove out an Iraqi army force that was more than five times its size in June 2014. It has since laid claim to various territories throughout Iraq and the Levant, and it has established operational control and maintained administrative structures on both sides of the Iraqi-Syrian border. Most recently, it declared the restoration of a caliphate and renamed itself the Islamic State.

The ever-deteriorating crises in Iraq and Syria have continued to highlight the prolific activities of ISIS, but as a unified organization, ISIS is believed to consist of only a few thousand militants led by a shadowy and secretive leader named Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Nonetheless, despite its relatively small size, the group has taken on and at times successfully battled U.S. and Coalition forces, the Iraqi army, and other rival Iraqi and Syrian militant groups. The ferocity and fanaticism with which it fights, and the absolute commitment it has to the jihad in Iraq and the Levant, continue to set ISIS apart from other known terrorist organizations in the region.

One of the reasons ISIS has gone by so many different names is because it has rebranded itself numerous times in the past. After starting as an al-Qaeda-inspired Sunni Islamist brigade that emerged from the ashes of the jihadist struggle against foreign forces in Iraq, the group grew into a full-fledged al-Qaeda branch, then evolved into a religiously motivated army, then finally separated from al-Qaeda to become the organization it is today. The frequent name changes are hardly cosmetic; they represent the multiple transformations the group has undergone and symbolize its flexibility and adaptability, which is also how the ISIL has not only survived for over a decade but even flourished as one of the most influential groups in the region. Today, the group attracts fighters who wish to join its ranks not just from across Iraq and the region but from all over the world.

The group has also experienced many periods of withdrawal and reemergence, further confounding the true nature and structure of the organization, which has been littered with in-fighting, rivalries, and leadership shuffles. But the group’s terrorism and violent capabilities have been made quite clear in the Syrian civil war, the fighting in Iraq, and even attacks into other countries within the region. Operatives have claimed bombings and attacks in Lebanon and Jordan, and there are known recruiting cells in places as far away as Egypt, Morocco, and the U.K.

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria: The History of ISIS/ISIL chronicles the birth and growth of the group, including the key figures and events that impacted its formation, as well as the ideology of the group and the historical context and environment that strengthened it. This book also looks at the various tactics and strategies the group has employed to achieve its goals and further its ideology, especially its notorious terrorist attacks. Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about ISIS like never before, in no time at all.

Kangaroo fighting….. MUST watch

Kangaroo fighting….. MUST watch !!!

22. La rivoluzione di Google sulle News! + #7Formazione

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Fighting the 2014 Ebola Virus Outbreak Street by Street | The New York Times

Some ambulance workers in Monrovia have been infected with Ebola, while others have been attacked for not getting to patients in time. A week on the road as Liberia’s capital dips deeper…

Ebola


IT STRIKES WITHOUT WARNING–A HORRIFYING, LETHAL DISEASE WITH NO NAME. AND NO CURE. . . .
Now, from the molten center of the “hot zone,” comes a terrifying, completely authentic novel of medical suspense by William T. Close, M.D., the American physician who lived in Zaire for sixteen years, and who worked desperately to contain the first outbreak of the virus in 1976. Haunted by the images from this wrenching time, and unable to forget the people he knew and lost, Dr. Close was compelled to tell their story. EBOLA, inspired by his personal experience and based upon extensive research, is an unforgettable portrait of this devastating drama, which all began with an invisible, unknown killer . . . .
EBOLA
At a Catholic mission in Yambuku, a remote area of Zaire, Mabalo Lokela, a local teacher, visits the clinic with a raging fever. Sister Lucie, a Flemish nun and nurse, gives him a shot of an anti-malarial drug, wipes off the syringe, and awaits her next patient. Within days, Mabolo is dead. Soon after, others become ill and die. Less than three weeks later, Sister Lucie, too, is dead. As panic erupts and the villagers flee from the sickness . . . as the roads leading out of Yambuku are blocked and the dying are turned away . . . as the single radio connecting the village to the outside world brings only bad news, the valiant nuns and medical personnel left behind at the mission can only pray and wonder: will the world ever hear their plea for help?
And always there is the virus, from which there is no escape . . . .

October 20 2014 Breaking News USA deployed military Ebola in Africa serious health risks

October 20 2014 Breaking News The USA deployed military Ebola in Africa serious health risks American troops will encounter in heading to the epicenter of the deadly outbreak …

Breaking News!


Chopping limbs, electric shock & chemical burning – just some ISIS atrocities

American warplanes have carried out a new series of airstrikes on jihadists in the battle for the Kurdish town of Kobani in Syria. After months of fierce fighting, the defenders of the town…

ISIS Taking Over the Middle East: The Rise of Middle Eastern Supremacy-ISIS/ISIL


-Explains the formation, effects, beliefs, and objectives of the group The world has been rocked with news of the rise of a new power in the Middle East. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) (also known as the Islamic State of Levant (ISIL) and Da’ish) currently controls up to 16 provinces (waliyah) in Iraq and Syria. This Sunni jihadist group – an offshoot of Al Qaeda – has been distinguished by its hard-line ideology, which, much like that of its predecessor, promotes religious extremism, has an unmistakable anti-western stance and condones the use of violence. The group has since relayed its plans of creating an Islamic state in Iraq, Syria and the entire Levant region; governed by Sharia (Islamic law). Although ISIL has insisted that its ideology is Salafist (fundamental Islamist) at its roots, many critics have questioned this claim. The main point of difference between Da‘ish and other Islamic militant groups such as Al Qaeda and the Taliban, however, has been that the group has targeted the Shiite community with similar violent tactics used against the government and supposed foreign enemies.

Kangaroos take their fight to Suburban Street Down Under

Boomers punch and kick in a street brawl in Australia… Caught on camera and put to music… See the link to this video… visit us at: www.faceboobnews.com.

English Google Webmaster Central AND Google News office-hours hangout

Join us for a *Google Webmaster Central office hours hangout* :) We’ll have a special guest from the *Google News* team. Add your Google News-specific questions to this event page and vote…

NewsHog: News & Weather


Ebola : Inside the Deadly Outbreak (Documentary 2014)

Ebola : Inside the Deadly Outbreak. ABC News’ Dr. Richard Besser travels into the hot zone – where thousands of Africans are dying of Ebola, and doctors risk their own lives to save them….

Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic

“Science writing as detective story at its best.” —Jennifer Ouellette, Scientific American

A New York Times Notable Book of the Year, a Scientific American Best Book of the Year, and a Finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award.

Ebola, SARS, Hendra, AIDS, and countless other deadly viruses all have one thing in common: the bugs that transmit these diseases all originate in wild animals and pass to humans by a process called spillover. In this gripping account, David Quammen takes the reader along on this astonishing quest to learn how, where from, and why these diseases emerge and asks the terrifying question: What might the next big one be?

18 October 2014 breaking news NO BOOTS ON GROUND OBAMA tell that to the deployed soldiers families

18 October 2014 breaking news NO BOOTS ON GROUND OBAMA tell that to the deployed soldiers and their families!!! USA ground troops boots are already on the ground in Iraq – When the President.

Breaking News


Despite ABS News producer Bill Ramey’s distaste for seamy news stories, he pursues evidence that links Senator Gerald Smith to the disappearance of a beautiful blond coed. Nothing is as it appears and soon Bill uncovers dark secrets that someone would kill to protect. As the news story unfolds Bill Ramey and Senator Smith are swept into the funnel of a media tornado that neither of them can control. Though Bill tries to hang on to his integrity, he becomes one of the players in a dangerous game of media manipulation.

10 Things You Need To Know About ISIS

10 Things You Need to Know About Islamic State With terrifying news reports coming in every week it’s time to learn more about ISIS. Watch the clip to discov…

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria: The History of ISIS/ISIL


*Includes pictures
*Explains the formation, influences, ideology, and goals of the group
*Includes footnotes and a bibliography for further reading

Also known as ISIS, Da’esh, al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI), and a host of other names, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has increasingly gained attention over the years for its brutal tactics and seemingly blatant disregard for human rights, but it has recently dominated the global media spotlight and made headlines when it attacked and seized control of Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq, and drove out an Iraqi army force that was more than five times its size in June 2014. It has since laid claim to various territories throughout Iraq and the Levant, and it has established operational control and maintained administrative structures on both sides of the Iraqi-Syrian border. Most recently, it declared the restoration of a caliphate and renamed itself the Islamic State.

The ever-deteriorating crises in Iraq and Syria have continued to highlight the prolific activities of ISIS, but as a unified organization, ISIS is believed to consist of only a few thousand militants led by a shadowy and secretive leader named Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Nonetheless, despite its relatively small size, the group has taken on and at times successfully battled U.S. and Coalition forces, the Iraqi army, and other rival Iraqi and Syrian militant groups. The ferocity and fanaticism with which it fights, and the absolute commitment it has to the jihad in Iraq and the Levant, continue to set ISIS apart from other known terrorist organizations in the region.

One of the reasons ISIS has gone by so many different names is because it has rebranded itself numerous times in the past. After starting as an al-Qaeda-inspired Sunni Islamist brigade that emerged from the ashes of the jihadist struggle against foreign forces in Iraq, the group grew into a full-fledged al-Qaeda branch, then evolved into a religiously motivated army, then finally separated from al-Qaeda to become the organization it is today. The frequent name changes are hardly cosmetic; they represent the multiple transformations the group has undergone and symbolize its flexibility and adaptability, which is also how the ISIL has not only survived for over a decade but even flourished as one of the most influential groups in the region. Today, the group attracts fighters who wish to join its ranks not just from across Iraq and the region but from all over the world.

The group has also experienced many periods of withdrawal and reemergence, further confounding the true nature and structure of the organization, which has been littered with in-fighting, rivalries, and leadership shuffles. But the group’s terrorism and violent capabilities have been made quite clear in the Syrian civil war, the fighting in Iraq, and even attacks into other countries within the region. Operatives have claimed bombings and attacks in Lebanon and Jordan, and there are known recruiting cells in places as far away as Egypt, Morocco, and the U.K.

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria: The History of ISIS/ISIL chronicles the birth and growth of the group, including the key figures and events that impacted its formation, as well as the ideology of the group and the historical context and environment that strengthened it. This book also looks at the various tactics and strategies the group has employed to achieve its goals and further its ideology, especially its notorious terrorist attacks. Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about ISIS like never before, in no time at all.

Only In Australia: Wild Kangaroos Fighting In The Street! (Video)

Kangaroos jab and kick in a street brawl. CNN’s Jeanne Moos reports on two boomers coming to blows down under. Kangaroos jab and kick in a street brawl. CNN’…

Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Dr. Google, Super-Akkus & Co. | News #3

News zu Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Apple-Event und mehr! Abonniere uns kostenlos auf YouTube: http://goo.gl/QCr3xy Folge uns auf Facebook: http://fb.com/TechStageDe Instagram: …

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