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Bibi1581 Blog For 07/09/2018: Morning Edition 

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1…………> In The Footsteps Of IS Evil: Mosul 


With an estimated death toll of between 10,000 and 40,000 people killed during the Islamic State occupation of Mosul, Iraq, UN experts believe it will take decades to clear the city from the explosives littered rubble of crushed and partially molten cars, landmines boobytraps and other deadly hazards left from one of the bloodiest streets to street battles since WW2.

The Old Town on the western banks of the Tigris was the last IS stronghold in Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city, and gain worldwide infamy when the IS self-proclaimed Emir Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi proclaimed his evil caliphate in a city that at the time had an estimated population of two million people. 

Now hundreds of thousands of displaced refugees are slowly returning to their town, trying to rebuild their homes and sense of sanity.





2…………> China Polluting: CFC 


A recent spike in emissions of the CFC gas, clearly visible on the infra-red scan of our planet, and known factor in the destroyer of ozone has been blamed on a relentless use by China’s plastic foam industry, according to a green campaign group.

 The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) said 18 factories in 10 Chinese provinces admitted to using chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), despite it being banned in 2010, and the discovery of an ozone hole as large as North America set off a global alarm, prompting countries to sign the Montreal Protocol in 1987 that banned the use of CFCs.





3…………> Out Of The Cave: Thailand


Three more people have been rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand’s north, leaving six members of the Wild Boars soccer team inside, as rescuers are working underground as the operation to get the team and their coach continues for the second day.

Authorities say four members of the soccer team are out of the cave on Sunday and rushed to the nearby hospital in Chiang Rai, where they were are doing well, but were hungry and requested pad krapow (Thai basil pork and rice).





4…………> No More Paperboys: A History Moment


Millions of news readers have been concentrating their attention on the nearly two-year fight between President Trump, and the New World Disorder controlled “Fake News” media, while hundreds of local US newspapers have closed or merged. Who will fill up the empty gap left the ever vanishing paper news?

One simple answer is that new Internet news sites like will deliver news that is not pushed by billionaires fat cats, political operatives, and assorted retail ads charlatans. The only thing most Americans must do is to become more proficient in computer literacy and find a new home website that will treat them with respect, deliver correct and unbiased news without ads, and never offend American values, Institutions, and our beloved traditions.





5…………> “No More Vodka”: Boris Johnson Resigns 

“This afternoon, the Prime Minister accepted the resignation of Boris Johnson as foreign secretary. His replacement will be announced shortly,”  a 10 Downing Street spokesman said. 

The Islamic Mays’dom PM told the House of Commons that and Mr. Johnson had made important contributions to Britain: 

“We do not agree about the best way of delivering our shared commitment to honoring the result of the referendum,” Ayatolin May said. 


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