Posts Tagged ‘october’

2 suspects charged with October murder of Kafr Qara man

Two men were charged on Sunday over the late October killing of a man in the Arab city of Kafr Qara in the north of Israel. Cousins Ahmad Masri, 20, and Mohammed Zahalka, 27, are accused of fatally shooting Qassem Jawi, 37, outside his home, in front of his wife, children, and nephew on October […]

Iraq: The October Revolution of 2019 and the Iran-US Conflict

The revolts that have swept over Iraq since 1 October 2019 come at a critical moment of increasing tensions between Iran and the United States, both allies of the Iraqi government. Rivalry between the US and Iran increases On August 29, 2019, the International Crisis Group published a report calling for the US-Iran conflict not […]

Durable Goods Orders Rebound Bigly In October, CapEx Proxy Surges

After unexpectedly sliding in September, Durable Goods New Orders were expected to contract further in preliminary October data but instead surprised bigly to the upside, rising 0.6% MoM (-0.9% exp) after a downward-revised 1.4% drop in September. Notably, however, Durable Goods Orders remain down 0.9% YoY… Source: Bloomberg Additionally, the proxy for capital expenditures, Capital […]

Housing Starts, Permits Rebound In October Despite Slump In Buying Climate

After last month’s surprising plunge in both Housing starts and permits, expectations are for a rebound (or slowdown in the collapse) and they did. Housing Starts disappointed, rising 3.8% MoM (+5.1% exp) against an upwardly revised 7.9% drop in September. Building Permits beat expectations of 0.5% decline, surging 5.0% MoM against an upwardly revised 2.4% […]

Iran ‘Will Respond’ to October attack on tanker ‘At Appropriate Time And Place’

Radio Farda – Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said on November 9 in Moscow that Iran will respond to the attack on one of its tankers off Saudi Arabia’s coast in October. Araqchi who was taking part in the Moscow Non-Proliferation Conference, said, “we have had a lot of attacks and incidents. The latest […]

102 Years Ago, The October Revolution, November 7, 1917: History of the Russian Revolutions and Civil War

First published on November 7, 2015 Related: The Roots of Russia: From the Early East Slavs to the Grand Duchy of Moscow (part 1); A Superpower Rises: Foundation of the Russian Empire (part 2), The Road to the Revolutions (part 3) Introduction Part 3 of this series set out the political, economic and intellectual context […]

102 Years Ago, The October Revolution: “Ten Days that Shook the World”

Next week, November 7, 2017 is the 100 years anniversary of the October Revolution, November 7, 1917. We bring to the attention of our readers Sergei Eisenstein‘s masterpiece: “Ten Days that Shook the World” (1928) In documentary style, events in Petrograd are re-enacted from the end of the monarchy in February of 1917 to the […]

Weekly report on israel’s terrorism on Palestinians (31 October – 06 November)

Weekly Report On Israeli Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (31 October – 06 November) Israeli violations of human rights in the occupied Palestinian territory 31 October – 06 November 2019 Palestinian civilian killed and another wounded in an Israeli airstrike on Khan Younis as IOF carried out dozens of airstrikes across the […]

Huge October Payrolls Beat: 128K Jobs Added As Black Unemployment Rate Hits All Time Low

With Wall Street expecting the first double-digit payrolls report since May, largely as a result of over 40K GM jobs not accounted for due to the strike, and with some whispers even hinting at a negative print, moments ago the BLS surprised once again, reporting that in October, the US added 128K jobs, a huge […]

October snow falling on Mauna Kea summit in Hawaii

   Building instability and moisture are resulting in extensive fog, ice and high humidity at the summit, forecasters say. Ice and snow can already be seen on observatory webcams. Ice is starting to cover the summit of Mauna Kea on Tuesday afternoon. Observatory webcams show snow and fog surrounding the telescopes at the 13,000 ft […]

Hot diggity dog, Baghdadi is gone: 7 things to know for October 28

1. Call of duty: The killing of Islamic State terror leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is carrying the news agenda in Israel. “No. 1 terrorist ASSASSINATED,” “Settling the score,” read the front page headlines in the country’s two main wide-circulation tabloids, Yedioth Ahronoth and Israel Hayom, respectively. US President Donald Trump’s pronouncement that Baghdadi “died like […]

Bombs over Baghdadi: 7 things to know for October 27

1. Jumping the gun: According to several US-based news outlets, as of this writing, Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi may have been killed during a special raid in Syria overnight. The news is indeed big, as US President Donald Trump noted excitedly before various reports on the raid began filtering out. And in Israel, […]

The Religion of Greta Thunberg October 23, 2019/ E. Michael Jones

The Religion of Greta Thunberg October 23, 2019/ E. Michael Jones Source Article from Hits: 22

US peace envoy Greenblatt said set to leave post at end of October

US Middle East peace envoy Jason Greenblatt, who last month announced his resignation from the Trump administration, appeared to confirm late Saturday he would be stepping down at the end of October and would not stay on until the long-awaited Israeli-Palestinian peace plan is released. The White House said on September 5 that Greenblatt would […]

FFWN: Gordon Duff on “The Scramble of October 2019, a New World”

Click HERE for links to the stories we covered VT Senior Editor Gordon Duff joins me on False Flag Weekly News to break down last week’s events—some of which may have world-historical significance. Will the scramble for northern Syria create a whole new world? Is Erdogan holding US nukes hostage? How much credit does Trump […]

Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano erupts on October 18

   A breathtaking view of Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano with steam coming from its crater was taken from an airplane, Friday, October 18. Popocatepetl is 5,426 meters tall, and is the second highest mountain in Mexico, and the fifth highest in North America. Source: Reuters Source Article from Hits: 16

Truly, Madly, Deeply: Astrology Forecast October 20th – 27th, 2019

October 21st, 2019 By Lorna Bevan Contributing Writer for Wake Up World Do you remember the Buddhist phrase:” Wherever you go, there you are”, meaning that you can’t change your insides by changing the outsides? That it doesn’t matter how many new clothes, cars, trips, relationships you distract yourself with, there’s no escape from yourself […]

This is Not A Movie, It’s October 1st, 2019 In Hong Kong

The Facts: Amid pressure from scientists and physicians, Al Sharpton cancels vaccine forum event aimed at educating the public about potential vaccine dangers. But the event is still on in a new location! Reflect On: Why such a concerted effort from the establishment to shut down public events aimed at educating people about safety concerns […]


South Front On October 16, units of the Syrian Army entered the city of Raqqah for the first time since 2014. The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) has controlled the city since 2017, when they with help from the United States seized it from ISIS. The Syrian Army reportedly established several observation posts in the […]

Storm watch: 7 things to know for October 16

1. Bolt of terror: A lightning strike out of the clear blue sky hit a family during an outing at the beach and left a 13-year-old boy in critical condition Tuesday. The extremely rare incident came as the country has experienced an-also rare spate of tropical thunderstorms, which almost never strike this time of year. […]

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