Sunday, August 16, 2015

Daily Misfortune Sunday, August 16, 2015

Daily Misfortune Sunday, August 16, 2015 ---
Month Misfortune August 2015 ---

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*Today

Headlines:
  1. Biden [but not Obama] calls Chattanooga gunman a 'perverted jihadist' | Fox News
  2. YouTube bans channel with black-on-white violence
  3. 2015 Douma market air strikesSyrian Civil War More than 110 people have been killed and hundreds injured following a series of air-raids by the Syrian Arab Air Force on the rebel-held market town of Douma according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights(BBC) (IBT) (Reuters) (Xinhua) (Al Jazeera English Online)
  4. 2014–15 India–Pakistan border skirmishesKashmir conflict Eight people have been killed in the past week as India and Pakistan trade gunfire over the border in the disputed area of Kashmir(AP via Fox News)
  5. Turkey–PKK conflict A Turkish Army soldier and three PKK militants are killed in a clash in Turkey's Kars Province(Daily Star via Reuters)
  6. Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant ISIL militants reportedly execute 15 women in Mosul(Al-Manar)
  7. 2015 Tianjin explosions The death toll from the explosions rises to 112 with 95 people missing including 85 fire fighters. (Reuters) (Al Jazeera English Online)
  8. An Indonesian plane (Trigana Air Service Flight 257) with 54 people on board goes missing in Papua. There are later reports that the remains of the aircraft have been found in the Oksibil district. (BBC)(AFP via Yahoo!)
  9. North Korea–South Korea relation South Korea establishes a surveillance center on its northernmost island of Baengnyeongdo to better deter North Korean threats. (Korea Times)(Yonhap)
Detail:

  1. Biden [but not Obama] calls Chattanooga gunman a 'perverted jihadist' | Fox News
  2. YouTube bans proof of black-on-white violence WND Colin Flaherty, who chronicles racially motivated violence by blacks against whites, awoke Thursday to find YouTube had terminated his account. author of “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It.” 
  3. 2015 Douma market air strikes, Syrian Civil War More than 110 people have been killed and hundreds injured following a series of air-raids by the Syrian Arab Air Force on the rebel-held market town of Douma according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. (BBC) (IBT) (Reuters) (Xinhua) (Al Jazeera English Online)
  4. 2014–15 India–Pakistan border skirmishes, Kashmir conflict Eight people have been killed in the past week as India and Pakistan trade gunfire over the border in the disputed area of Kashmir. (AP via Fox News)
  5. Turkey–PKK conflict A Turkish Army soldier and three PKK militants are killed in a clash in Turkey's Kars Province. (Daily Star via Reuters)
  6. Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant ISIL militants reportedly execute 15 women in Mosul. (Al-Manar)
  7. 2015 Tianjin explosions The death toll from the explosions rises to 112 with 95 people missing including 85 fire fighters. (Reuters) (Al Jazeera English Online)
  8. An Indonesian plane (Trigana Air Service Flight 257) with 54 people on board goes missing in Papua. There are later reports that the remains of the aircraft have been found in the Oksibil district. (BBC), (AFP via Yahoo!)
  9. North Korea–South Korea relation South Korea establishes a surveillance center on its northernmost island of Baengnyeongdo to better deter North Korean threats. (Korea Times)(Yonhap)
*Timeline

May 9, 2015 [Hands Up Don't Shoot Liar] Witness to Michael Brown Shooting Charged with Assault, Resisting Arrest : People.com Mobile  in statements later contradicted by other witnesses and physical evidence, according to a federal inquiry of the incident, Johnson had accused the officer of shooting Brown without provocation,
  1. Aug 15 CNN: A computer problem at a Virginia air traffic control center led to significant flight delays today at airports in the Washington and New York City areas, the Federal Aviation Administration said. The FAA "is diagnosing an automation problem at an air traffic control center in Leesburg, Virginia," 


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