Category: World News

7.3 magnitude earthquake strikes Iran-Iraq border

A 7.3 magnitude earthquake has struck Iraq, southeast of the city of As-Sulaymaniyah on the border with Iran. Six people have been killed, according to Iranian state TV. Dozens more were reportedly injured.


Challenge: Atheist Ethics Are Better Because Atheists Do Good ‘For Nothing’

Most non-believers think we’re trying to be good so we can get to heaven. That would be true of some religions, but not Christianity. Christianity teaches that it’s not our goodness that gains us life, but the grace of God in Jesus Christ. Eternal life is about being in relationship with God through belief in Him, not works. That’s what John 3:16 is about.

School to students: Have a very Quran Christmas (TDI-note: Matthew 24:10-12 ‘And then many will fall away and betray one another and hate one another. And many false prophets will arise and lead many astray. And because lawlessness will be increased, the love of many will grow cold.’)

Students in Norway, a nation with a 1,000-year-old Christian heritage, are being treated this year to a very Quran Christmas as educators seek “to create respect and understanding between different religions.”

3 explosions rattle Popocatepetl volcano sending column of ash and gas 3 km high

On November 10, 2017, the Popocatépetl volcano exploded 3 times and 432 low-intensity exhalations along with emissions of steam and gas and ash were registered. The first and most important explosion was at 07:34 am and generated a column that rose 3 km in the air. The two subsequent eruptions occurred at 07:53 am and 09:02 am. Additionally, a volcanotectonic M1.8 earthquake was recorded at 10:23 am.

Report: Saudi “Deep State” Prince Bandar Among Those Arrested In Purge

According to a new report by Middle East Eye, Prince Bandar bin Sultan – Saudi Arabia’s most famous arms dealer, longtime former ambassador to the US, and recent head of Saudi intelligence – was among those detained as part of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s (MBS) so-called “corruption purge” that started with the initial arrests of up to a dozen princes and other top officials last weekend.