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Nigeria Closes Schools Due to Ebola Outbreak

Nigeria closed all schools until October 13 due to Ebola. The measure is to prevent the deadly disease from spreading. Students were due back on Monday. Aug 27, 2014 10:48 AM PT

Women Volunteer for Sexual Jihad with Islamic State

Records show that Australian, British, and Malaysian women travel to Iraq and Syria to participate in jihad al-nikah, or sexual jihad, for the Islamic State (ISIS) terrorists. They intend to become comfort women for the jihadists as the men continue to establish a Caliphate in Iraq and Syria. Aug 27, 2014 9:38 AM PT

56-Year-Old Woman in India Slays Leopard

A leopard attacked Kamla Devi, 56, when she gathered water in the Uttarakhand province in India. The leopard did not survive the attack because Devi, armed with an axe and a sickle, fought back. Aug 27, 2014 8:52 AM PT

Reward for Missing Gnomes

There are 400 missing garden gnomes in Vorarlberg. These are not regular garden gnomes, though. The Social Democrat Party used these garden gnomes in a political campaign for an election on September 21. Aug 25, 2014 11:12 AM PT

Egyptian Feminist Poops, Menstruates on Islamic State Flag

Egyptian feminist Aliaa Magda Elmahdy, 23, challenges the strict nature of Islam on her blog and Facebook pages. She went a step further in her protest against the Islamic State (IS) with a photo of Elmahdy and a veiled woman pooping and menstruating on the black IS flag. Aug 25, 2014 7:27 AM PT

'Donetsk Died:' Rebels Parade Ukrainian POWs on Independence Day

August 24 should be a special day for all of Ukraine. The separatists in east Ukraine, especially in Donetsk, decided to celebrate Independence Day with a parade of Ukrainian POWs and stolen Ukraine military equipment through the city center on Lenin Street. Aug 24, 2014 5:35 PM PT

Sierra Leone Outlaws Hiding Ebola Patients from Treatment

In a step to prevent the deadly disease from spreading, the Sierra Leone government amended its health act to make it illegal for anyone in the country to hide people infected with Ebola. A person faces two years in prison if caught hiding an Ebola patient. Aug 24, 2014 4:47 PM PT

Ukraine Celebrates 23 Years of Independence

On August 24, 1991, Ukraine’s parliament adopted The Act of Declaration of Independence, thus freeing the country from the USSR. Twenty-three years later, Ukraine is still fighting against Russia, but the war in the east and tensions with Russia did not stop Ukrainians all over the world from celebrating their independence. Aug 24, 2014 12:39 PM PT

2014 US Open Preview: All Eyes on Roger Federer & Serena Williams

The weather is warm. The air drips with humidity. It must be late August with the US Open, the last Grand Slam for tennis, around the corner. Question is, will the tournament award the usual suspects or will the next generation step up? Aug 24, 2014 11:55 AM PT

Islamic State Surrounds Amerli in Iraq, Threatens Turkmen Minority

The Islamic State (IS) reached Amerli, 100 miles north of Baghdad, two months ago, but the terrorist group is attempting to tighten control of the town. The residents alerted officials in Baghdad just hours after suicide bombs and a mosque massacre left almost 100 people dead. The jihadists “mined its roads and posted snipers on its outskirts so that no one could leave.” Aug 23, 2014 1:21 PM PT

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