Monday, September 19, 2016

Daily Misfortune Monday, September 1, 2016

Daily Misfortune Monday, September 1, 2016 --- ===
Monthly Misfortune September 2016 ---

List of incidents of terror which could be accidents, crimes, or terrorist attacks.


    Headlines for September 01, 2016 | Democracy Now!
    1. UIndy evacuates campus due to possible bomb threat  13 WTHR Indianapolis Thursday, September 1, 2016  Indianapolis (WTHR) - The University of Indianapolis has evacuated campus due to a possible bomb threat.  posted on social media about the threat around 4:20 p.m. Thursday. In a pair of tweets, the university  ordered the "immediate" evacuation of campus.
    2. Clergy in Britain Advised Not to Wear Collars in Public To Avoid Being ISIS Target   The advice comes as counter-terror experts in the UK warn that churches are ISIS’ new prime target and that an attack on a church ‘is coming.’  September 1, 2016   Vicars in Britain have now been advised not to wear their collars in public to avoid being targeted by an Islamist terrorist.  The guidelines, issued by National Churchwatch in a 12-page document, say that smaller churches in rural areas have an increased risk.
    3. 2016 Gabonese protests Large explosions and gunfire are reported in the Gabonese capital Libreville as security forces clash with supporters of opposition presidential candidate Jean Ping protesting the election results indicating a narrow victory by President Ali Bongo Ondimba. (Reuters)
    4. In Togo, Africa Military helicopters bomb the headquarters of Union of Forces for Change, according to opposition leader Jean Ping, killing at least two people. Internet is also cut in the capital, Libreville. (BBC) Union of Forces for Change is an opposition political party in Togo. 
    5. Kurdish–Turkish conflict (1978–present) Turkish Armed Forces claims that it has killed three Kurdistan Workers' Party fighters in air strikes in southeastern Turkey near the borders with Iraq. (Reuters via Daily Mail)Disasters and accidents
    6. 2016 Southeast Asian haze A South Korean palm oil company is accused of causing the wildfires in Indonesia. (The Guardian)
    7. A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes during a routine firing test at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. SpaceX say there were no injuries, but that an "anomaly" during the static fire test resulted in the loss of the rocket and the Israeli Amos-6communication satellite it was carrying. (The Telegraph)
    8. South China Sea disputes Iranian-born Australian politician Sam Dastyari pledges his support for China's position in the dispute. (Sydney Morning Herald)
    9. Leaked Memo Tells Democrats Not to Support Black Lives Matters Positions  Democracy Now a leaked memo from 2015 shows a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee staffer instructing Democratic candidates on how to deal with Black Lives Matter activists. The memo calls Black Lives Matter a "radical movement" and tells candidates, "Don’t offer support for concrete policy positions." The memo was posted online by Guccifer 2.0, a hacker


    Aug 31 Yemen: U.S.-Backed, Saudi-Led Airstrike Kills 16 Members of Family SEPTEMBER 01, 2016 Yemen imam house strike In Yemen, a U.S.-backed, Saudi-led airstrike has killed at least 16 people when it struck the home of an imam in Saada Wednesday


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