Prophecy News Watch - April 12, 2019

Around the World
Trump Set to Host Moon for North Korea Talks
U.S. President Donald Trump is hosting South Korean President Moon Jae-in for talks Thursday at the White House focused on the goal of both nations to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula.
Iran Restarts Advanced Nuclear Work
Iranian leaders have authorized and begun spinning a set of advanced nuclear centrifuges to mark the country's Iran National Nuclear Day, which leaders said is in honor 'of all the jihadi efforts of our country's nuclear industrialists.'
Egypt said to withdraw from US-backed anti-Iran ‘Arab NATO’
Egypt has pulled out of a planned Arab defensive alliance intended to unite Sunni Arab nations against Shiite Iran’s influence in the region, a source in Cairo said Thursday.
U.S. charges Assange after London arrest ends seven years in Ecuador embassy
British police dragged WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange out of Ecuador’s embassy on Thursday after his seven-year asylum was revoked, paving the way for his extradition to the United States for one of the biggest ever leaks of classified information.
Baby born using controversial 3-parent IVF technique in medical first, doctors report
Doctors claim they have made medical history after a healthy baby boy was born via a controversial IVF technique that uses the genetic information of three parents. Both the baby, who was born on Tuesday, and his unnamed 32-year-old mother, are reported to be in good health, according to the Spanish and Greek doctors who oversaw their care.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
For Netanyahu, an unprecedented election haul bodes well for political survival
The 2019 elections are over. Officials may yet be recounting votes, but nothing will change the fact that Benjamin Netanyahu has well and truly beaten the generals, the pollsters and the sourpusses. With 1,138,772 votes cast for Likud, Netanyahu’s party is the first in Israel’s history to cross the one-million-ballot threshold.
Pompeo declines to reaffirm Trump commitment to two-state solution
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo refused to endorse a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. During a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Wednesday regarding the State Department 2020 budget request, Pompeo expressed hope that the upcoming peace plan would create the conditions in which Israelis and Palestinians could solve the conflict, but did not provide any specifics.
Kahlon negotiating return to Likud fold, would stay on as finance minister
Following a dismal showing in the polls, Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon is negotiating a return to the Likud party.
Israeli spacecraft crash lands on moon’s surface
An Israeli spacecraft crashed into the moon Thursday just moments before touchdown, failing in an ambitious attempt to make history as the first privately funded lunar landing.

Inside the United States
Blizzard clobbers Plains and Midwest after blanketing the U.S. Rockies
A powerful blizzard slammed the U.S. Plains and Midwest on Thursday with heavy snow and fierce winds that caused power outages and closed highways while raising fears of more flooding in the Midwest after a deluge last month.
Anti-Abortion Bills Appear in 12 State Legislatures after Recent New York Decision To Decriminalize Abortion
Anti-abortion legislation has been proposed in 12 states within the last few weeks, as social conservative lawmakers seek to respond to the Reproductive Health Act that decriminalized abortions in New York last month.
Devin Nunes sends Trump-Russia investigation criminal referral notification to DOJ
Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., submitted a criminal referral notification to the Justice Department on Thursday, targeting individuals tied to the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation.
US Deficit Spikes Again, on Track for $1 Trillion: 'Wasteful Spending Is Unacceptable'
A new report shows the US Government is still spending much more money than it brings in. That means the US is continuing to borrow hundreds of billions of dollars just to keep paying its bills.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signs 'heartbeat' abortion ban
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, a Republican, signed a bill Thursday to ban abortions once a heartbeat is detected, about five to six weeks into pregnancy, making it one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country.
Pelosi seeks up to $2T infrastructure deal with Trump
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she will seek a deal with President Trump to pass legislation that includes at least $1 trillion, but up to $2 trillion, for the nation’s infrastructure projects.