TV News LIES

Friday, Feb 23rd

Last update05:20:13 AM GMT

You are here All News At a Glance International Glance

UN warns Gaza has just 10 days of emergency fuel left

UN warns Gaza has 10 days of fuel left

The United Nations has warned that Gaza's emergency fuel supplies will run dry in 10 days unless it receives immediate donor support.

In a statement published on Wednesday, officials said $6.5m was needed to buy generator fuel and stave off the collapse of "critical services".

At least 7.7 million litres of fuel is needed to continue to operate hospital equipment, such as MRIs, CT Scanners, and x-ray machines.

More...


Hotel collapses in Taiwan after major earthquake

Taiwan earthquake 2018A magnitude 6.4 earthquake has hit the coast off eastern Taiwan and the government says a hotel has collapsed.

The US Geological Survey reported the quake was shallow at a depth of 10km and struck at 15:50GMT about 20km off the east coast.

Note: This is breaking news.  Check back for updates.

More...

 

U.S. ivory trade investigator found dead in Kenya

Esmond Bradley Martin found stabbed to death in Kenya One of the United States' leading conservationists and ivory trade investigators was found dead Monday in his home in Nairobi, Kenya.

Police found the body of Esmond Bradley Martin in his house with a stab wounds to neck. His wife found him dead after she returned from a walk.

"We have launched investigations into the murder of the American conservationist who was found dead in his house in Karen," Nairobi Police Chief Japheth Koome told Capital FM news.

Nairobi's Directorate of Criminal Investigations boss, Ireri Kamwende, said the attacker hasn't been identified.

More...

Mexico protesters fear US-owned brewery will drain their land dry

Mexico protesters fear US will drain them dry

Carmelo Gallegos used to sow wheat in the cool winters and cotton in scorching-hot summers of the Mexicali valley. These days, water is so scarce he can only plant one crop a year.

But on top of drought and a sinking water table, the 61-year old farmer now has another preoccupation. A huge brewery is being built in the nearby city of Mexicali, and Gallegos – like many others – fears it will suck up what little water remains to make beer for export to the US.

Read more...

PLO vows 'to start disengaging from Israel'

PLO vows 'to start disengaging' from Israel

The Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) has said it is taking a series of measures to begin "disengaging" from Israel, including seeking action against the latter at the United Nations and the International Criminal Court (ICC).

After a long meeting on Saturday evening, the executive committee of the PLO said it had asked the Palestinian government to "begin devising plans to disengage from the Israeli occupation authorities at the political, security, economic and administrative levels ..."

Read more...

Taking aim at Iran, US hits Hezbollah with new sanctions

Hezbolla funds via Iran by USTaking aim at Iran's global footprint, the Trump administration on Friday hit six people and seven businesses linked to Hezbollah with terror sanctions, calling it "the first wave" in a pressure campaign that will escalate throughout the year.

The sanctions aim to squeeze Hezbollah financier Adham Tabaja, who is already designated by the U.S. as a global terrorist, by freezing out a network of companies in Lebanon, Ghana, Liberia and elsewhere. The Trump administration said companies and their executives act on Tabaja's behalf, forming "conduits" of funding for the Lebanon-based militant group.

More...

Poland Senate passes controversial Holocaust bill

Poland passes Holocaust bill

Poland's Senate has approved a contentious bill that criminalises acts blaming Poland or its citizens for complicity in Nazi war crimes, drawing strong rebuke from its allies and Jewish organisations.

The legislation, which seeks to punish individuals who publicly describes Nazi Germany concentration camps as "Polish death camps", passed overwhelmingly early on Thursday, and is now awaiting the signature of President Andrzej Duda.

Poland's state news agency PAP reported that 57 senators voted for the bill, while 23 voted against with two abstentions.

More...

Page 4 of 144

 
America's # 1 Enemy
Tee Shirt
& Help Support TvNewsLIES.org!
TVNL Tee Shirt
 
TVNL TOTE BAG
Conserve our Planet
& Help Support TvNewsLIES.org!
 
Get your 9/11 & Media
Deception Dollars
& Help Support TvNewsLIES.org!
 
The Loaded Deck
The First & the Best!
The Media & Bush Admin Exposed!