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UPDATED: Heavy Explosion, Many Casualties In North Iran

The Iranian news agency reported a heavy explosion Tuesday in the northern city of Qazvin. The agency said many casualties are expected. The city of around 1.1 million people was once an ancient capital of Persia. It is located about 100 miles northwest of Tehran. We will keep you updated on any further information. Source UPDATE: The blast may be related to nuclear development in Iran, according to the Los Angeles Times. Iranian officials in the past have strongly denied claims by Mujahedin Khalq Organization, or MKO, a cult-like Iranian exile...

BREAKING: Russia Jets Fly To California Coast In Show Of Force Over Ukraine

WASHINGTON — The commander of U.S. air forces in the Pacific has reported a significant increase in activities by Russian planes and ships in the region. Gen. Herbert Carlisle linked the uptick in Russian traffic to the situation in Ukraine. He said Russia was demonstrating its capabilities and gathering intelligence on U.S. military exercises. Carlisle said there had been long-range Russian air patrols to the coast of California and a circumnavigation of the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam. He said a U.S. F-15 fighter jet intercepted a Russian...

Widespread Airplane Grounding Was Due To U-2 Spy Plane Flyover “Overloading” Air Traffic Computers

One of the more peculiar news from last week was the grounding of all flights for several hours at numerous airports in the Southwestern United States and the grounding of planes bound for the region from other parts of the country. As so often happens when there is no specific reason at the time, the error was blamed on a computer “glitch” – the computer problem at a Federal Aviation Administration center slowed the journeys of tens of thousands of arriving and departing passengers at LAX. Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California,...

First Case Of Deadly Middle East Virus Emerges In U.S.

The first confirmed case of a deadly virus from the Middle East has surfaced in the United States, brought here from Saudi Arabia by an unnamed health-care provider who is hospitalized in Indiana for treatment of the respiratory ailment, health officials reported Friday. The unnamed person, who had been providing health care in a Riyadh facility and probably picked up the virus there, is in stable condition but requires oxygen to help with the symptoms of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, a virulent and relatively new condition first reported in...

Ebola Has Hit The USA, Hidden As A “Unknown” Virus

Editor’s Note: We are still trying to confirm this information, but we felt it should be passed along. Below is the video report by FreedomFighters2127, in this video you will see that there is a very strong possibility that Ebola has hit the USA. For those who don’t know Ebola is in Italy and has affected roughly 400 people and can not be contained, and there is no cure for this monstrous virus which has a death ratio of up to 90%.   Suspicious Case in California A good friend of mine, was just going about his normal business, and...

China To Conduct Naval Drills With Russia In East China Sea

China said on Wednesday it would conduct joint naval drills with Russia in the East China Sea off Shanghai in late May, in what it called a bid to deepen military cooperation. China’s defense ministry did not give an exact location in the East China Sea, where Beijing is locked in an increasingly bitter dispute with Japan over the ownership of a group of uninhabited islets. “These drills are regular exercises held by China and Russia’s navies, and the purpose is to deepen practical cooperation between the two militaries, to raise...

State warns on EMP: ‘There’s no help coming’

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has signed legislation to require the state’s Department of Emergency and Military Affairs to prepare materials outlining what citizens need to know to deal with either a natural or man-made electromagnetic pulse event that could knock out the vulnerable electrical grid system over a wide geographical region. The legislation, SB 1476, was introduced by Sen. David Farnsworth, R-Mesa. It includes the type and quantity of food, water and medical supplies that each person should stockpile in case an EMP occurs over the U.S. The...