(Videos) Man risks life to save drowning cat..
Bali rocked after 7.0M earthquake strikes, tsunami alert issued..
Melted roads, shoes for dogs: Europe wilts in heat..
A truck leaf spring smashes through a car windshield..
Weather chaos: Man risks his life to rescue a drowning cat after extreme hailstorms inundate parts of Saudi Arabia in frozen waters
A Yemeni expatriate living in Saudi Arabia risked his life, wading through frozen water after an extreme hailstorm in south-western Saudi Arabia, to rescue a cat that was about to drown.…
An old-time propeller plane operated by a company offering panoramic flights has crashed in the Swiss Alps. Ju-Air, which offers tours in classic Junkers Ju-52 planes said Saturday that one of its aircraft had been involved in an accident on the Piz Segnas mountain above the Swiss Alpine resort of Flims. Police on Sunday confirmed that all 20 people aboard the WWII-era aircraft died in the crash….
The United States Government Formally Recognizes the Genocide Against Christians
Over the last several years Christians across the world have faced persecution, oppression, and now according to the United States government genocide.
The State Department released its annual official International Religious Freedom Report for 2016, in which, Christian genocide is formally recognized. However, the media, at large, has remained silent on the fact that Islamic terrorists are causing genocide against Christians in the Middle East.
139 farms targeted for expropriation without compensation
The ANC has targeted 139 selected farms that they plan to expropriate without compensation in the coming weeks as it moves to make good on its commitment to test out section 25 of the Constitution.
The governing party emerged from a two-day lekgotla of its highest decision-making body, the national executive committee (NEC), with the resolve to make an amendment to the constitution which will explicitly allow for the conditional expropriation of land without compensation.
City Press has learnt that the NEC has given the green light to its deployees in government, specifically the department of rural development and land affairs, to forge ahead with the process at the Land Claims Court, in which the state will for the first time refuse to pay market value for identified land portions in various parts of the country.
The controversial land debate has also formed the backdrop to a subtle tug-of-war between two dominant lines of thought in the ANC.
ANC NEC member and the head of presidency, Zizi Kodwa, would not divulge details of the farms, but was at pains to emphasise that the move was necessary for the long-term stability of the country.
“Both domestic and international investors must appreciate that long-term investment is tied [to] ownership of land by the majority of people. In other words, if you are talking about sustainable long-term certainty, it is tied to addressing the injustices of the past,” Kodwa said….
33 reported dead in Congo Ebola outbreak
The Ebola virus outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has killed 33 people, the World Health Organization said Sunday.
An additional 43 suspected cases of Ebola were reported, including 13 confirmed by lab testing, according to WHO.
All the prophecies the bible said will happen in end times, are happening or almost complete at present