Prophecy News Watch - June 14, 2022

Around the World
Ukraine Fearful As Russia Pushes For Victory In East
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned late Monday that the battle for Ukraine’s eastern Donbas would go down as one of the most brutal in European history as Russian forces pushed for victory in the region.
France’s President May Lose Parliament Majority
French President Emmanuel Macron faced a setback Monday, with official results showing he may lose his outright majority in Parliament following a left-wing challenge in Sunday’s elections.
World nuclear arsenal expected to increase, “a worrying trend”
A leading international think-tank has warned it expects the world’s nuclear weapons arsenal to grow for the first time in decades, the Guardian reports. The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (Sipri) gave its warning just as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has increased the risk that an atomic bomb may soon be used.
Iran to turn off 27 UN nuclear surveillance cameras, “tense situation”
The head of the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) stated Thursday that Iran is removing 27 surveillance cameras from its nuclear sites, in a move that may kill off all hope of reviving the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the Times of Israel (TOI) reports.
Strange Military Deaths In Iran As Tensions Rise
Iran has announced the deaths of two military aerospace workers, the latest in a series of mysterious deaths in the strict Islamic nation underscoring mounting internal turmoil.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Gantz launches process to choose new IDF chief, naming three generals
Launching the process earlier than expected, Defense Minister Benny Gantz on Monday notified three senior Israeli generals that they are candidates to be the next commander of the Israel Defense Forces.
Abbas tells US he aims to “get rid of the occupation”
Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas has told the US that his goal is to “get rid of the occupation,” and that East Jerusalem is and always will be the capital of the State of Palestine, Israel Hayom reports. Abbas made his declarations Saturday while hosting a delegation of US officials led by Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs Barbara Leaf.

Inside the United States
Trump Calls Capitol Inquiry ‘Kangaroo Court’
Former U.S. President Donald Trump has condemned the congressional inquiry into last year’s attack on the Capitol, saying it resembled a "Kangaroo Court" and “a mockery of justice.”
Fed likely to boost interest rates by three-quarters of a point this week
Markets are beginning to anticipate an even faster pace of interest rate hikes, and Federal Reserve officials apparently are contemplating the possibility as well.
Idaho Satanic Temple drops out of ‘family-friendly’ Pride Month event after offering ‘unbaptisms’
The Idaho chapter of The Satanic Temple (TST) withdrew from a Pride Month event for families and children after other sponsors dropped out following local news reports on the temple's intention to offer renunciations of Christian baptisms.
Nevada lithium mine pits Biden green agenda against radical environmentalists
A northern Nevada mine that is the largest-known source of lithium in the United States for electric car batteries is facing resistance from a radical environmental group and some of its Native American supporters.
US Admits Funding 46 Biolabs In Ukraine (Worthy News Investigation)
The United States has supported at least 46 biological laboratories in Ukraine over the last two decades, the Pentagon confirmed, despite fears Russia’s military may target these sites.

Christian News
Iran: Pastor and two Christian women jailed for leading house churches
A pastor and two Christian women in Iran have been sentenced to jail terms ranging from 6 to 10 years because they are leaders of house churches, Article 18 reports. Iran’s Islamic regime considers Christianity a threat to its power, and has had Christian leaders imprisoned on false charges of violating national security and of disseminating anti-government propaganda.

Worthy Watch
Protests Outside Supreme Court Building
Two groups of abortion rights advocates took to the streets in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington Monday and blockaded nearby intersections ahead of the court’s expected historic ruling that will likely overturn Roe v. Wade.

Worthy Insights
Is the Shroud of Turin the Authentic Burial Cloth of Christ? New Scientific Evidence Sheds Light on Centuries-Old Mystery
A new scientific procedure dates fabric from the Shroud to roughly 2,000 years ago. That Italian study is just the latest in a long series of scientific testing, including studies of pollen plucked from the Shroud with a scientific tape dispenser.
Person Supposedly Interviewed in Recent Mainstream Media Article Has Been Dead for Years
On Thursday, a mainstream media outlet published an article detailing efforts from democrats to purchase Spanish-language radio stations in Florida. However, one of the sources it claimed to interview reportedly died two years ago.