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Weekly News Wrap Up: 4 January 2016

Here is a list of interesting articles we have uncovered in the last week that we wished to share with the community.

Israel discovers enormous oil deposit in occupied Golan Heights, Syria
Israeli oil prospectors have discovered a large oil deposit in the Golan Heights, a Syrian territory which it has occupied since 1967.

Euro New Year: Sex Crimes, Arson, and Terror
Nonwhite invaders in Europe welcomed in the New Year with over 800 vehicles torched in Paris, mass sexual assaults in Cologne, and terror alerts in at least five major European cities.

So much for tolerance: Israel bans Arab-Jewish romance novel for promoting interracial relationships
While Israeli anti-miscegenation groups threaten Arabs for relationships with Jews, books are banned in school

Muslims Rampage in Brussels
Muslims rampaged through the majority nonwhite city of Brussels, Belgium, on New Year’s eve, setting fire to at least one Christmas tree while shouting “Allahu Akbar.”

Somalia: Three Killed As Al Shabaab Attacks Police Station in Mogadishu
A police officer says at least three people, including Al Shabaab fighters were killed in an overnight attack on a police station in Somali capital, Mogadishu.

India: 6 dead after gunmen storm Pathankot air base
At least six people died after gunmen launched an attack on an air force base in the Indian state of Punjab. A security official told the AFP news agency the gunmen were likely from the Kashmir-based Jaish-e-Mohammed Islamist group.

Britain offers feeble condemnation expressing 'disappointment' at mass Saudi executions
The UK has finally condemned Saudi Arabia amid growing international outrage over its mass execution of 47 prisoners.

In a Russian Wildlife Preserve Siberian Tiger and a Goat Are Inseparable Friends
A Siberian tiger was delivered a goat by his human caretakers for lunch - but struck up an unlikey friendship instead

Oregon Occupation About Unconstitutional Federal Land Grab
Corporate media coverage of the impending standoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon will downplay the underlying issue—the federal government’s claimed ownership in the name of the “people” of nearly 650 million acres of land, almost 30 percent of the area of the United States.

Donbass Rebels Advance on Major City, Thousands of Ukraine Troops Risk Encirclement
esterday, DNR (Donetsk People's Republic) president Alexander Zakharchenko issued this statement on a ceasefire:

"There will no longer be any attempts to speak about a ceasefire from our side. We will now see how Kiev reacts. Kiev doesn’t currently understand that we can advance in three directions simultaneously".

Anti-vaxxers face ‘no jab, no play’ laws taking effect within days
The new “no jab, no play” laws — which give childcare providers the right to request a child’s vaccination records and to exclude a child from their centre if those vaccinations are not up to date — come into effect on January 1.

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