Prophecy News Watch - November 15, 2022

Around the World
Ukraine’s President Visits Recaptured Kherson As US, Russia Talk (Worthy News Radio)
Ukraine’s president has toured the city of Kherson, which was recaptured from Russian forces after accusing Moscow of war crimes. Volodymyr Zelensky’s visit came while the intelligence chiefs of the United States and Russia discussed how to prevent the armed conflict from escalating into nuclear warfare.
CIA chief meets Russian counterpart in Turkey, warns of consequences if Putin uses nukes in Ukraine
CIA Director William Burns on Monday met with Russian President Vladimir Putin‘s top intelligence official in Turkey to convey a message from the Biden administration about the consequences that would occur if Moscow uses nuclear weapons in Ukraine.
President Biden To Meet China’s Leader To Ease Tensions
U.S. President Joe Biden and Xi Jinping, China’s top leader, will meet face to face Monday in Indonesia — their first meeting since Biden took office.
Iran Sentences Protester To Death
Iran has sentenced a protester to death in the first known use of capital punishment by Islamic authorities seeking to suppress nearly two-month-old antigovernment demonstrations.
Ukraine Facing Challenges After Capturing Kherson Amid US Warnings (Worthy News Radio)
The former U.S. army general and CIA director David Petraeus has warned that the war in Ukraine is far from over despite Ukraine capturing the strategic Kherson city.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
‘400 seconds’ to Tel Aviv: Iranian media publishes Hebrew hypersonic missile threat
Iran’s Sobh-e-Sadegh newspaper published a threat in Hebrew on its front page on Monday, warning that a new Iranian hypersonic missile could reach Israel in 400 seconds.
Israel abstains from UN vote on Russia-Ukraine reparations
Israel abstained from voting at the UNGA on Monday after the UN said Russia should be required to pay reparations to Ukraine for war-related damages.

Inside the United States
Biden says Democrats will not have enough Congressional seats to codify Roe v Wade
President Biden said Monday that, following last week’s midterm elections, he does not believe Democrats will have enough votes in Congress to codify Roe v Wade and create federal rights to abortion, Axios reports. Sending the issue of abortion back to individual states for consideration, the US Supreme Court reversed Roe through its June 24 ruling in the case of Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization.
40 states settle Google location-tracking charges for $392M
Search giant Google has agreed to a $391.5 million settlement with 40 states to resolve an investigation into how the company tracked users’ locations, state attorneys general announced Monday.
GOP Flips House Seat in Deep-Blue Oregon, Bringing Party Closer to House Majority
Republican Lori Chavez-DeRemer flipped a long-held Democratic seat in Oregon, putting the GOP one step closer to a majority in the House of Representatives.

Christian News
Laos: Pastor murdered on his way to Christian event
A Christian pastor in Laos was tortured before being murdered last month in an attack police was likely on account of his faith, Morning Star News (MSN) reports.
Nigeria: At least 4,000 Christians killed by Islamic extremists in 2022 alone
At least 4,000 Christians in Nigeria have been murdered by Islamic jihadists this year alone, the International Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law attested this week, the Christian Post reports. Rights groups have estimated 50,000-80,000 Christians in Nigeria have been murdered by Islamic militants in the last two decades, as the Nigerian government and international community stand by and do nothing of substance to stop the slaughter.

Worthy Watch
Biological Male Wins Women’s Elite Division Of Cycling Race
A biological male won the women’s elite division of a cycling race in Massachusetts on Saturday.
Biological Male Wins Local Miss America Pageant
For the first time in the history of the Miss America organization, a transgender teenager in New Hampshire won a local pageant qualifying him to compete in the state pageant and ultimately for the Miss America national crown.