Prophecy News Watch - July 21, 2022

Around the World
EU Warns Of Gas Shortages As Russia Expands Attacks In Ukraine
The European Union’s executive European Commission has urged countries across the bloc to cut their natural gas use as fighting raged in Ukraine, where Russia planned to capture more territory.
More Unrest In Budapest After New Law
A massive police force cleared a key bridge in Hungary’s capital on Monday as social unrest mounted against government-imposed tax reforms that will impact hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs and their families.
Down Syndrome Child Among Dozens Killed In Russian Missile Strike
Liza Dmytriyeva, a 4-year-old with Down syndrome, is among at least 23 people killed in a Russian missile strike on the historic city of Vinnytsya in central Ukraine, authorities confirmed this weekend. "Sunny Flower," as locals called the toddler, proudly pushed her baby carriage through a Ukraine park. She had just returned from the nearby speech therapy center, where she learned her first words. She liked to clean the corridor and helped to organize the toys there. She always seemed happy till a rocket took her life.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Alongside Abbas, Macron calls for resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks
French President Emmanuel Macron calls for a return to Israeli-Palestinian peace talks in a press conference alongside visiting Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.

Inside the United States
Webb space telescope suffers ‘significant uncorrectable’ hit from tiny asteroid
The James Webb Space Telescope suffered "significant" and "uncorrectable" damage due to the impact of a "micrometeroid" at its location a million miles away from Earth, NASA revealed this month.
House GOP calls for probe into Biden’s ‘mismanagement’ of oil reserves after overseas sales
House Republicans want to haul in Department of Energy officials to examine the Biden administration’s handling of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) and recent overseas sales of domestic stocks despite near-record U.S. gasoline prices.
US kills two Al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorists in Somalia
The US military killed two members of the Al Qaeda-affiliated terror group Al Shabaab in Somalia on Monday, American Military News reports.
Circuit court blocks W. Virginia anti-abortion law
A court in West Virginia on Monday temporarily blocked a 100-year-old anti-abortion law from taking effect in the state following the US Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v Wade last month, Axios reports. The circuit court issued an injunction on the law at the request of Women's Health Center of West Virginia, the state’s only abortion clinic.
Hoover Dam Explosion Investigated
U.S. authorities were investigating an explosion Tuesday that rocked a transformer at the Hoover Dam, one of the nation's largest hydroelectric facilities, but caused no causalities.

Christian News
68 Christians Killed In Nigeria State
At least 68 Christians were killed and more kidnapped or displaced by Islamist fighters over the last two months in Central Nigeria’s Benue State, a Catholic charity confirmed Wednesday.
UK: Charges dismissed against elderly woman arrested for praying outside abortion clinic
A 76 year-old woman who was arrested in Liverpool, England for praying silently near an abortion clinic has had the charges against her dismissed, CBN News reports.
Over 100 Florida churches file suit against United Methodist Church over LGBTQ stance
The United Methodist Church (UMC) is being sued by 106 Florida churches that want to leave the denomination because of its progressive stance on LGBTQ marriage and clergy but do not want to pay the exit payment requested to take their properties with them, CBN News reports.
One Of Two Kidnapped Priests Found Dead
Catholic leaders say a Nigerian priest abducted last week was found murdered Tuesday while his colleague escaped from his kidnappers in Nigeria’s northern state of Kaduna.

Worthy Watch
House Democrats Block Republican Resolution Condemning Violence at Churches, Pregnancy Centers
House Democrats on Tuesday blocked a Republican resolution that would have condemned the violence seen by radical pro-abortion activists at churches and pro-life pregnancy centers in recent months.
Mystery solved: DOJ secretly thwarted release of Russia documents declassified by Trump
In the final hours of the Trump presidency, the U.S. Justice Department raised privacy concerns to thwart the release of hundreds of pages of documents that Donald Trump had declassified to expose FBI abuses during the Russia collusion probe, and the agency then defied a subsequent order to release the materials after redactions were made, according to interviews and documents.

Worthy Insights
Elon Musk’s Neuralink brain computer startup is beat again. This time a competitor implanted its device into its first U.S. patient
Elon Musk’s Neuralink brain computing startup has yet to receive approval from the Federal Drug Administration to implant its technology in humans. However, Neuralink’s competitor, Synchron, has implanted its first device into the brain of a U.S. patient — in this case one with ALS, a neurodegenerative disease that’s affected the patient’s ability to move and speak, as reported by Bloomberg.
World Economic Forum Promotes Plan To Block The Sun’s Rays With ‘Space Bubbles’
The World Economic Forum (WEF) is promoting a plan to block the Sun using “space bubbles,” supposedly to combat “climate change.” Blocking the sun is a major globalist plot that Bill Gates has been involved in. If the globalists manage to block or dim the Sun’s rays, how will humanity be affected? This is the question that America’s empty-suit quisling political leaders do not seem to be asking with any kind of urgency. Meanwhile, Klaus Schwab’s WEF and other globalist entities seem determined to block the Sun, which cartoon villain Mr. Burns unsuccessfully tried to do on The Simpsons.