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It’s All But Guaranteed That 2015 Will Be The Hottest Year On Record

October heat recordShockingly high temperatures in October all but guarantee that 2015 will be the world's hottest year ever recorded.

Last month was the warmest October ever recorded -- and the sixth straight month to set record temperatures. It also was the first month to surpass the average temperature by more than 1 degree Celsius, new NASA data revealed Tuesday.


Dozens killed in Nigeria market bombing

Nigerian blast kills dozensAt least 32 people have been killed and dozens more wounded in a blast at a market in the northeastern Nigerian city of Yola, the Red Cross and National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) said.

The explosion occurred at a fruit and vegetable market beside a main road in the Jimeta area of Adamawa's state capital on Tuesday night.

The area, also housing a live stock market, was crowded with shoppers.


Islamic State claims Norwegian, Chinese captives executed

ISIS claims Norwegian and Chinese captives executedIslamic State said in its magazine on Wednesday that it had killed a Chinese and a Norwegian captive, showing what appeared to be pictures of the dead men with a banner reading "executed."

In its previous issue of Dabiq, it had said the two captives were "for sale."


Maryland college closed for second day while FBI searches for armed, 'despondent' student

Washington College shut downA Maryland college was evacuated and closed for the second straight day Tuesday while authorities searched for a student who may be armed and "despondent."

Washington College was locked down early Tuesday as law enforcement officials ramped up their search for Jacob Marberger, a student who has been missing for the last two days. His parents had notified police to communicate serious concerns.


Anonymous says it took down 5,550 Islamic State Twitter accounts

AnonymousHacker group Anonymous said it has taken down 5,500 Twitter accounts linked to the Islamic State days after declaring war on the militant group.

The loose collective of hackers said "OpParis," or Operation Paris, the team that launched the digital assault on the IS, is collecting the details from the accounts, verifying them through a "trusted individual" and will be turning over the information to authorities.


Israel approves 454 new settlement homes in East Jerusalem

East JerusalemIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has approved the marketing of land for the construction of 454 homes in two settlements in occupied East Jerusalem, a government official said on Tuesday. The announcement, seen as a provocation by Palestinians, comes amid weeks of escalating violence between Palestinians and Israeli forces, which began in early October over increasing visits by Jews to the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, also known as Temple Mount, in Jerusalem.

The building of 436 of the housing units, in the settlement of Ramat Shlomo on land Israel occupied in a 1967 war, was approved in 2012. But the project was later frozen after criticism from Washington and the European Union. In 2010, when the construction plans for Ramat Shlomo were first announced, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden publicly scolded Israel while he was visiting Jerusalem.


Opaque military justice system shields child sex abuse cases

Military shields sex abuse casesChild sex offenders are the largest category of inmates in U.S. military prisons, yet a full accounting of their crimes and how much time they're actually locked up for is shielded by an opaque system of justice, an Associated Press investigation has found.

Of the 1,233 inmates confined in the military's prison network, 61 percent were convicted of sex crimes, according to the latest available data, obtained through the federal open records law. Children were the victims in over half of those cases.


2 dead, 7 arrested in raid targeting Paris attack mastermind

French SWAT teamsAmid gunfire and explosions, police raided a suburban Paris apartment where the suspected mastermind of last week's attacks was believed to be holed up Wednesday. The siege ended with two deaths and seven arrests but no clear information on the fugitive's fate.

The dead were a woman who blew herself up with an explosive vest and a man hit by projectiles and grenades, the Paris prosecutor said at the end of the seven-hour siege in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis.


Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal ends presidential campaign: 'This is not my time'

Jindal quits raceAnother one bites the dust.

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal announced Tuesday that he is dropping out of the presidential race. A day after joining a list of governors who would close the door to Syrian refugees, Jindal said he was going back to the sidelines.

"I am suspending my campaign for president of the United States," Jindal told Fox News' Bret Baier.


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