‘9 people were killed and 64 wounded when a bomb blast hit a police station in the city of Cizre in the southeast of Turkey, according to hospital sources, as cited by Reuters.
Unconfirmed reports say that at least three police officers have been “martyred” in the attack.
Photos and videos coming from the southeastern city in Turkey’s Sirnak Province show destroyed buildings and ambulances rushing to the scene. The police station was completely destroyed by the blast, NTV broadcaster reported.’
‘The Israeli military on Wednesday cleared its forces of wrongdoing in three deadly incidents that took place during the 2014 Gaza war — including an airstrike that killed 15 members of a single family.
Israel’s investigative process is at the heart of a Palestinian case to press for war crimes charges against Israel at the International Criminal Court in the Hague. The Palestinians say that Israel has a poor record of prosecuting wrongdoing in its ranks. Wednesday’s announcement was likely to add to those claims.
In a statement Wednesday, the military said it had closed a total of seven investigations without filing charges after a special team collected testimony from Gaza residents and Israeli officers.’
Heavily armed police have been stopping motorists around Manchester Airport at security checkpoints in the run up to the Bank Holiday getaway.
Officers with machine guns and armoured vehicles, stopped holidaymakers and passengers to be quizzed on roads leading into the airport amid heightened secuity.
David Icke – It’s 1984 – The Police State
‘Tensions are running high in Bolivia, where striking mineworkers apparently kidnapped and then killed Deputy Interior Minister, Rodolfo Illanes, who went out to negotiate with the protesters. The 56-year-old official’s demise has been confirmed by the government.
“All signs indicate that our Deputy Minister #RodolfoIllanes was cowardly assassinated,” Bolivian Minister of Government, Carlos Romero, was quoted as saying on official Twitter account of the Ministry of Communications.’
‘The UN human rights office says the Saudi military is using cluster bombs against residential areas in Yemen in violation of international law, blaming the Riyadh regime for most of the civilian casualties in its impoverished southern neighbor.
On Thursday, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Zeid al-Hussein called for the creation of an independent international body to investigate cases of human rights violations in conflict-ridden Yemen.
“Civilians in Yemen have suffered unbearably over the years from the effects of a number of simultaneous and overlapping armed conflicts,” Hussein said in a statement, adding that “they continue to suffer…while those responsible for the violations and abuses against them enjoy impunity.”’
‘Critics of globalism and the climate change narrative have been warning us for some time that things are not what they seem, and that the true globalist agenda involves a plan which includes depopulation as one of its central goals.
Now, the global elitists are beginning to publicly play their hand by introducing the concept of taxing childbirth. In short, they have disguised their global depopulation scheme as being a necessary action in the effort to fight climate change.
A recent NPR broadcast documents the unveiling of the depopulation/taxation scheme as envisioned by Travis Rieder, a “philosopher” with the Berman Institute of Bioethics at Johns Hopkins University, who claims that not having children is a “moral duty.”‘
‘Burkinis must be banned throughout France, ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy said Thursday at his first campaign rally for the 2017 presidential election.
Hundreds of supporters waving French flags chanted his name and applauded as Sarkozy, who led France from 2007 to 2012 before losing an election to Socialist Francois Hollande, promised to protect the French people.
“I will be the president that re-establishes the authority of the state,” Sarkozy told supporters packing a sports hall in Chateaurenard, a Provence town where Sarkozy’s Les Republicains just beat the far-right National Front in regional elections last year.’