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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Friday October 3, 2014.
The first suspected casualty of the war against ISIS has occurred. A US Marine serving aboard a Marine Corps aircraft was forced to into the water when the aircraft lost power. Efforts to recover him have been unsuccessful, and the military has concluded their search, which means that the soldier is presumed lost at sea.
Up to 100 Dallas area residents are now under observation over concern that they may have contracted the Ebola virus, and more in Dallas are worried because the clean up procedures have not proceeded smoothly.
Thus far, the CDC and American hospitals are not handling the Ebola threat well. So now the CDC is moving to alert hospitals of proper protocols and procedures.
Vladimir Putin says that the sanctions being placed upon Russia by the West is no big deal… but they are driving Russia and China into more intimate relations. Seems like both a shrug and a warning for western nations from the Russian dictator.
Fox studios is really talking up their new blockbuster Exodus: God and Kings which details the story of Moses. Some are even comparing it to Charlton Heston’s Ben-Hur! However, many conservative and Christian audiences are not holding their breathes after watching the travesty that was Noah earlier this year.
Oh boy. Don’t eat any meat when travelling through Vietnam… just don’t.
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