Missile threat alert for Hawaii a false alarm; officials blame employee who pushed ‘wrong button’

January 16, 2018

… it wasn’t out of the realm of possibility that a nuclear war could start by accident if proper safeguards aren’t taken. “The risk of accidental nuclear war is not hypothetical — accidents have happened in the past, and humans will err again,” tweeted Perry, who served under former President Bill Clinton. “When the lives of millions are at risk, we must do more than just hope that mistakes won’t happen.” What will state officials do now? State …

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North Korea Accidentally Bombed One Of Their Own Cities, New Report Claims

January 16, 2018

… missile is alarming close to both residential and commercial buildings. Even more alarmingly is the fact that any of the missiles North Korea continue to test have the potential to fail and land in highly populated areas, meaning that the country’s people are at grave risk as Kim Jong-un continues to try and flex his nuclear muscles. In addition, the people of Japan are also in the danger zone after North Korea began to launch its missiles over Japanese territory in August 2017. This …

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Donald Trump scraps UK February visit

January 14, 2018

… Khan (@SadiqKhan) January 12, 2018 However, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson accused Mr Khan and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn of putting the UK’s “crucial relationship” with the US at risk by opposing the visit. Skip Twitter post by @BorisJohnson The US is the biggest single investor in the UK – yet Khan & Corbyn seem determined to put this crucial relationship at risk. We will not allow US-UK relations to be endangered by some puffed up pompous popinjay in …

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Boiled Bats Are Falling From The Sky In Heatwave-Stricken Australia

January 14, 2018

… this due to heat,” Help Save the Wildlife and Bushlands in Campbelltown added in their own statement. “This colony needs more canopy cover and shaded areas to help with our ever rising hot summers because this episode will surely not be the last.” Experts warn that anything over 30°C (86°F) can be detrimental to young bats and over 40°C (104°F) poses a risk to life for adults. Sadly, as temperatures continue to rise, this incredibly depressing story …

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