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HEADLINES FROM 26TH APRIL, 2017

Here is a sampling of headlines appearing around the world that reveal some of these Signs Of The Times in today’s news reports. We try to choose stories your nightly newscasters aren’t covering but that show the direction the world is heading. 79 more words

PROPHECY IN HEADLINES

Nuclear material stolen in Mexico could produce dirty bomb with disastrous consequences

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Summary

The article, “Mexico on HIGH ALERT after radioactive material ‘capable of creating DIRTY BOMB’ is stolen,” published by the Daily Express on April 25, 2017 signals a potentially dangerous situation. 1,399 more words

South Korea's second presidential debate

The five leading presidential candidates faced one another in their second TV debate last Wednesday, hosted by Korean Broadcasting System. The event drew nationwide attention as it was… 525 more words

Politics

HOMILY TIME

AGAIN

so make the most of it.

And remember that greatest of all homilies—

“Those turkeys who don’t remember the lessons of the past are condemned to repeat them”* 298 more words

ARGUS

The scandalous deficiency of the health scheme in Fukushima

Taro Yamamoto of the Liberal Party, member of the House of Councilors, accused the double standard of the the public radioprotection policy during his questions at the Special Commission of Reconstruction of the House of Deputies on March 21, 2017. 2,244 more words

Japan

Tests to start on radioactive soil for use in reconstruction

Bags of radioactive soil in a temporary storage site in Iitate, Fukushima Prefecture, will eventually be transported to an interim storage facility.

MINAMI-SOMA, Fukushima Prefecture–The Environment Ministry is exploring the idea of reusing tons of radioactive soil as gravel to rebuild infrastructure in this disaster-stricken prefecture and beyond. 331 more words

Japan

'Voluntary' evacuees torn by decision to flee from Fukushima

Those who fled Fukushima Prefecture and those who stayed after the nuclear disaster get together at a community center in the Sasaya district of the prefectural capital of Fukushima last month. 867 more words

Japan