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How Russia and Germany may save Europe from war

The air defense missile system “Patriot” Are the US, NATO and Russia on a mad spiral leading to war in Europe?

Life may be found under frozen surface of Jupiter’s moon

Digitally re-mastered image of Jupiter’s moon Europa. There may exist life under the frozen surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa, says the US space agency.

Bulgaria Charges Seven with Promoting Islamic State, Propagating War

DANS Chairman Vladimir Pisanchev (R), Bulgaria’s Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov (C) and Deputy Chief Prosecutor Borislav Sarafov (L) announce results of operation against promoting Islamic State at a briefing in Sofia, 26 November 2014.

Turkey bans media coverage of ex-ministers corruption investigation

Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan leaves an official ceremony to mark Republic Day at the new Presidential Palace in Ankara October 29, 2014.

Russian battleships training in the English Channel

Large antisubmarine ship “North Sea” at the pier in the port of Severomorsk. Russia’s Northern Fleet has been conducting naval training near Dover.

Russian vandal fined $25,000 in Rome for scratching the Colosseum

A Russian tourist has been fined €20,000 ($25,000) after he carved a giant letter ‘K’ onto the wall of the best-known structure in all of Italy, the ancient Colosseum in Rome.

Ferguson trial eye-witness found dead, burned and head shot in his car

DeAndre Joshua who was found dead in Ferguson, Missouri. Police confirmed that he had been shot in the head and had accelerant poured on his body.

Professor Says Mike Brown Sacrificed to Racist God

According to the Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, Anthea Butler, robbery suspect gentle giant Mike Brown was sacrificed to the “god of white supremacy.” Butler imbues her diatribe against a racist white America with religious overtones: No one should be surprised that Darren Wilson was not indicted by the grand jury.

Complex jobs may benefit brain function

Complex jobs may benefit brain function, a new study says. Researchers have identified an association between complexity of main lifetime occupation and cognitive performance in later life.

Airlines cancel hundreds of flights on Thanksgiving as snow storm rips through Northeast

Airlines in the United States have cancelled nearly 300 flights thus far Wednesday given rain and snow along the East Coast and Appalachians.

Ebola epidemic slows down in Sierra Leone

A health worker is disinfected in an Ebola treatment center in Hastings, Sierra Leone on November 11, 2014.

Pope Francis calls Europe ‘old infertile granny’, wants its population replaced with immigrants

Pope Satan does it AGAIN! After a series of recent evil declarations such as support for the divorce of families and homosexuality, now the Pope is calling for “old infertile” Europeans to accept their dying fate and welcome immigrants coming in mass mostly through Italy, the hell’s gate of Europe.

Female Rapper Upset About Ferguson Verdict Wants To Kill “Straight White Men”

Twitchy is reporting on tweets from a rapper named Azealia Banks who reportedly stated that she “might have to kill one of these crackers in their sleep.” Banks tweeted several offensive statements before apologizing.

Elderly beaten with his oxygen tank and run over with his car by protesters in Ferguson

An elderly white man was run over after two black people stole his car in Ferguson during Monday night’s disturbances.

Activists call on Swiss parliament to outlaw pet consumption

Dog’s dinner: Although human consumption of dog meat is mostly associated with Asian countries such as China, pictured, Swiss farmers confessed to breeding dogs for their meat.

Rare black seadevil Anglerfish caught on video

A nightmare-inducing sea creature made famous in ‘Finding Nemo’ was caught on video in the depths of the ocean for the first time.

British NHS staff stage mass protest

Britain’s National Health Service workers have staged a mass walkout over a pay dispute with the government.

Why the Grand Jury Didn’t Indict Darren Wilson

Newly released pictures of Darren Wilson’s injuries, presented to Ferguson grand jury. Photo of Officer Darren Wilson released tonight as part of the evidence presented to the Ferguson grand jury.

Madagascar officials raise bubonic plague death toll to 47

The Anosibe slum area is seen in the Malagasy capital Antananarivo. Malagasy officials have raised the death toll from a recent bubonic plague outbreak to 47 as the bacterial disease spreads through the country.

US Defense Secretary Hagel resigns over disagreements with White House

US President Barack Obama and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel embrace during a press conference to announce Hagel’s departure at the White House on Nov.