iHLS Worldwide News – Keeping You In the Loop

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  • iHLS Keeping you in the Loop Isis is trying to develop biological  weapons. Foreign Policy quotes information found on a laptop computer seized from an ISIS  operative in the Irbil province of Syria.
  • Two wildfires sparked by lightening 3 weeks ago were still growing, threatening 250 homes in Northern California, due to low humidity and warm weather.
  • Francesco Rocca, Deputy President of the world Red Cross and President of Italy’s Red Cross, visited Magen David  Adom and expressed deep appreciation to Israel’s MDA, staff and volunteers. Rocca watched MDA ambulances transporting 33 wounded Gaza residents from Erez to BG Airport, where they boarded a Turkish A/C for further medical treatment in Turkey.
  • Germany’s intelligence chief expects Islamic terrorists who travelled to Syria and Iraq,  to return home and commit terror attacks in Germany. Hans Georg Maassen spoke on a radio interview. At least 400 people left Germany to join Jihadists in Syria and Iraq.

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  • At least three people have been killed and several more are trapped after an explosion in a four-storey building in Paris. Sniffer dogs are being used to search for at least six people missing in the residential complex in Rosny-sous-Bois, an eastern suburb of the French capital.
  • Ebola outbreak: A hospital in the Swedish capital is investigating a possible case of Ebola.  A man who travelled to a ‘risk area’ for the virus is isolated after suffering from a fever