Germany is blackmailing Greece on taken on more refugees if they want more bailout money. Job openings are shrinking. 12 cities seeing a rise in housing foreclosures. Global trade has collapsd and India’s imports and exports are declining rapidly. Russia will build a gas pipeline in Pakistan. Russia and Iran are moving to corner the oil market in the middle east, which will allow other countries to purchase oil not using the dollar. Another healthcare exchange collapsed because of Obamacare. US tanks rolled into the hospital in Afghanistan destroying evidence. Turkey shot down a drone. US pulls out all aircraft carries in the Mediterranean. Russia has the capability of hitting all targets in the middle east with its weapons. US ready to drop more weapons in Syria, Syria had a spy in the FSA for many years. US Government officials are now warning that ISIS is cyber attacking the power grid.
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Current News – 10.16.2015
- The European Commission will release €2 billion to Greece in the coming days to help the country manage the current migration crisis, German Government is considering ‘helping’ Greece more financially – but only if Athens is more involved in the refugee crisis.
- U.S. employers advertised fewer job openings in August
- The Labor Department reported Friday that job openings slid
- According to the real-estate information company RealtyTrac, foreclosures rose in the third quarter from this time last year, and many states are seeing significant increases.
Foreclosure rate: 1 in 385
11. North Carolina
Foreclosure rate: 1 in 378
Foreclosure rate: 1 in 353
Foreclosure rate: 1 in 337
Foreclosure rate: 1 in 334
- 7. New Mexico
- Foreclosure rate: 1 in 322
- 6. South Carolina
- Foreclosure rate: 1 in 311
- 5. Illinois
- Foreclosure rate: 1 in 281
- 4. Maryland
- Foreclosure rate: 1 in 220
- 3. Nevada
- Foreclosure rate: 1 in 194
- 2. Florida
- Foreclosure rate: 1 in 186
1. New Jersey
- Foreclosure rate: 1 in 171
- India’s exports of goods shrank by nearly a quarter in September from a year ago, falling for a 10th straight month and threatening Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s goal of boosting economic growth through manufacturing.
Imports fell 25.42 percent in September from a year earlier to $32.32 billion.
“We see no signs of revival in exports in the near future,”
- Russia and Pakistan have signed an agreement to construct the North-South gas pipeline, according to the Russian Energy Ministry.
- A 1,100 kilometer gas pipeline with an annual capacity of 12.4 billion cubic meters will connect liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi with Lahore in the country’s northeast.
- Colorado’s largest nonprofit health insurer and participant in that state’s insurance exchange Colorado HealthOP is abruptly shutting down, forcing 80,000 Coloradans to find a new insurer for 2016, “The Colorado announcement makes the co-op at least the fifth in the nation to collapse.
- A US tank has forced its way into the shell of the Afghanistan hospital destroyed in an airstrike 11 days ago, prompting warnings that the US military may have destroyed evidence in a potential war crimes investigation
- “Their unannounced and forced entry damaged property, destroyed potential evidence and caused stress and fear,” MSF said.
- The Pentagon did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the reported intrusion, which came as new evidence emerged that US forces operating in the area at the time of the attack knew that the facility was a hospital.
- RUSSIA SAYS DRONES IN SYRIA FUNCTIONING NORMALLY: RIA
- RUSSIA SAYS ALL PLANES IN SYRIA RETURNED TO BASE: RIA
- Russia’s Defense Ministry said that it will soon sign an agreement on flight safety over Syria with Pentagon after the sides agreed on all the necessary technical issues.
- “All technical matters have already been agreed upon, with Russian and US lawyers now cross checking the text of the document,“ Obama says agreement has not been made with Russia
- the current distribution of U.S. naval assets, reveals something that has almost never happened at any time in the past decade:
- CVN 71 Theodore Roosevelt is currently on its way out of the Persian Gulf, leaving just the LHD-2 Essex Amphibious Warfare ship group to defend the Persian Gulf and more importantly, leaving the hotly contested middle east without U.S. carrier-based air support for the first time in years. The official said that’s because the Navy has to schedule needed maintenance after years of extended deployments and because of reduced spending due to mandatory budget cuts.
- Russia can now also reach the all important global “choke point” of the Suez Canal within minutes, not to mention Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Baghdad, and – if propertly equppped – Bahrain, the headquarters of the U.S. Fifth fleet.
- Growing numbers of Islamic State militants in Syria have become discontent with their command and deserted the ranks of the militant group
- Source: rt.com
- Iran has dismissed reports claiming that Tehran has dispatched ground troops to Syria.
- The official said the claim by foreign officials and media about the presence of Iranian troops on the ground in Syria is aimed at distorting realities about the events that unfold inside Syria in the battle against terrorist groups.
- Iran’s advisory presence in Syria is aimed at helping the Arab country in the fight against terrorism,
- The US response to Russia’s new Syrian military campaign in support of the Assad regime has struck a pose of moral superiority by arguing that the Russians have not been targeting the Islamic State but rather the non-ISIS Syrian opposition to the Assad regime.
- That US response is deliberately misleading. Russia is focusing on other terrorists aligned with al-Qaeda’s that pose the most immediate threat to the very existence of the Assad regime.
- The U.S. military is poised to boost its supply runs to rebels fighting ISIS militants in northern Syria, a U.S. official said Thursday
- Pentagon today issued a statement insisting the “Arab groups” they targeted successfully got all of the aid, and hadn’t shared it with anyone.
- The statement was directed at media reports that the Kurdish YPG, the largest faction in Hasakeh and a US ally, had recovered some of the gear, and the Pentagon seems to be trying to reassure Turkey,
- A former Syrian Army officer that defected to the Free Syrian Army (FSA) in Dara’a province in 2012 has returned to Damascus after completing his three-year long espionage mission for the Syrian Military Intelligence.
- Lt. Ahmad’s espionage mission proved invaluable to the Syrian Armed Forces protecting the provincial capital of Dara’a, as they were provided with vital detailed intel about offensives and those participating in the attacks.
- Islamic State (IS) terrorist organization’s recruitment of US citizens is widespread and goes on “24 hours a day”, FBI Director James Comey
- Hundreds of people are “consuming” social media efforts to either draw them overseas to join the extremists “or if you can’t come, kill where you are,” Comey said. “So we have investigations in all 50 states to try to identify, among hundreds of people who are consuming this poison, where are they on the stages from consuming to acting, and how do we stop them from acting,” he added.
- U.S. law enforcement officials revealed the hack attempts .
- “ISIL is beginning to perpetrate cyberattacks,” Caitlin Durkovich, assistant secretary for infrastructure protection at the Department of Homeland Security, told company executives.
- Investigators would not reveal any details
- Sooner or later, someone — or something — is going to do serious damage to America’s electrical grid system.
- But they did say the attacks by the Islamic State have been unsuccessful. Terrorists are not currently using the most sophisticated hacking tools to break into computer systems and turn off or blow up machines.
- “But the concern is that they’ll buy that capability