NBC News has learned that ISIS is using a web-savvy new tactic to expand its global operational footprint -- a 24-hour Jihadi Help Desk to help its foot soldiers spread its message worldwide, recruit followers and launch more attacks on foreign soil.
According to a report from Droid Life this week, Verizon will so bring back the dreaded activation fee when you sign up for service from the carrier. Starting on November 15th, which is the same date the price hike for unlimited plans goes into effect, Verizon will charge customers adding a new line of service a one-time $20 fee for doing so. The fee applies to customers that sign up for Verizon's device payment plans, though it's not clear if the carrier will charge you if you pay for a device in full upfront or bring your own.
The lives of children and other vulnerable groups in the Donbass region is under threat because of the onset of cold weather. This was announced by the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF). "The lives of some 700,000 children and other groups of people will be at risk unless the water-supply network is repaired in the affected regions, " UNICEF said in a statement.
DETROIT (AP) — Several U.S. governors have threatened to stop accepting Syrian refugees following last week's attacks in Paris, even as experts counter they lack legal authority to block the relocations.
We are sorry to relay the message that reports of medical, integrated and alternative doctors who meet untimely and tragic deaths are still trickling in after a swarm of them started in late June, 2015. Recently, a lovely integrated doctor (both M.D. and holistic) named Jamie Zimmerman tragically died in Hawaii while vacationing. A freak accident is said to have…
Moscow says it does not consider Hezbollah as a terrorist organization and will continue relations with the Lebanese resistance movement.
“Some say Hezbollah is a terrorist organization. We maintain contacts and relations with them because we do not consider them a terrorist organization,” Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov was quoted as saying on Sunday by Reuters.
"I stand firmly with President Obama who said [Monday] morning," Jay Inslee said regarding Obama's pledge to accept thousands of Syrian refugees in the next year. "'We do not close our hearts to these victims of such violence and somehow start equating the issue of refugees with the issue of terrorism.'"