Prophecy News Watch - January 10, 2022

Around the World
U.S. softens position on Iranian sanctions threat, opting to impose them only at 90% enrichment
The United States reportedly wants to apply "snapback sanctions" to deter Iran from continuing to enrich weapons-grade-uranium, a strategy that was part of the original JCPOA established in 2015.
UN fingers Iranian port as key weapons conduit for Yemen rebels
The United Nations found thousands of weapons recently seized in the Arabian Sea likely came from a single port in Iran, evidence Tehran is exporting arms to Yemen and elsewhere, The Wall Street Journal reported Saturday.
Iran Revolutionary Guard commander says ‘revenge’ coming for Soleimani strike from ‘within’ US
The leader of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps has warned that revenge for Lt. Gen. Qassem Soleimani’s death will come for the United States from "within" the country itself.
Sec. Blinken gives Russia two choices ahead of talks in Geneva: ‘Massive consequences’
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken took a hardline stance against Russia ahead of talks in Geneva by declaring the nation needed to choose between "dialogue" and "confrontation."
China, Russia, North Korea reportedly have successful hypersonic missile tests on heels of America’s failure
North Korea announced the completion of a successful hypersonic weapons test, adding to the list of agitators that continue to advance while America has stumbled in an area that has fast become the most important indicator of modern military capability.
Kazakhstan Cities Lacking Food, Fuel After Unrest Kills 164 (Worthy News In-Depth)
Kazakhstan’s health ministry said Sunday, at least 164 people had been killed in protests that have rocked the nation over the past week, leading to food and fuel shortages.
Pakistan Snow Storm Kills Dozens
At least 10 children were among the dead Saturday after a snowstorm hit a Pakistani resort town, and there were indications the death toll might climb here and in snow-stricken parts of neighboring Afghanistan.
Several Dead As Giant Rock Hit Brazil Tourists
Screams reverberated throughout a scenic canyon in southern Brazil Saturday as a giant rock dislodged and smashed into three boats, killing at least six people, with many more still missing.
Kazakhstan President Orders Troops To Shoot At Protesters
Kazakhstan’s authoritarian president has ordered troops to shoot at protesters without warning as unrest sparked by fuel prices threatened to escalate into civil war.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Majority of Israelis agree to harshly restrict lives of unvaccinated
Some 61% of Israelis said they believe harsh restrictions should be imposed on the unvaccinated, according to a poll conducted by Panels Politics’ Menachem Lazar and presented by 103FM’s Golan Yochpaz and Anat Davidov on Sunday.
Lapid speaks to Macron, calls for pressure on Iran as Vienna nuclear talks continue
Foreign Minister Yair Lapid spoke with French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday about the ongoing nuclear talks in Vienna between world powers and Iran.

Inside the United States
Biden’s Vaccine Mandates Face Hurdles
The future of U.S. President Joe Biden’s COVID vaccine and testing mandates remained uncertain Sunday after his top health official admitted that assertions about COVID-19 suffering children were exaggerated.
BLS: Unemployment Drops (3.9%), Labor Force Participation Increases (61.9%)
The Labor Department's final employment report of 2021, released on Friday morning, shows steady improvement since January a year ago.
New York Apartment Complex Fire Kills 19; Hundreds Injured
Nineteen people, including nine children, have been killed from a massive blaze raging through an apartment complex in the Bronx borough in New York City, authorities confirmed Sunday.
New Jersey to pay families of veterans who died of COVID-19 in nursing homes $53 million settlement
The state of New Jersey has agreed to pay close to $53 million to the families of the 119 residents who died after contracting COVID-19 at the beginning of the pandemic at the Menlo Park Veterans Memorial Home, in Edison, and a second state-run veterans home in Paramus.
NYC: New law allows noncitizens to vote
More than 800,000 noncitizens and “Dreamers” in New York City will have access to the ballot box - and could vote in municipal elections as early as next year - after Mayor Eric Adams allowed legislation to automatically become law Sunday.
US Court: ‘Publish Pfizer Jab Data Fast’
A U.S. federal judge in Texas has ordered the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to publish all data used to approve Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine within eight months.

Christian News
India Charges Five Over Attacks At Christian School
Indian authorities have charged five suspects over the vandalism near a Christian school in central India during protests against the alleged conversion of Hindus to Christianity, rights activists confirmed Friday.