Prophecy News Watch - August 22, 2022

Around the World
Ukraine Steps Up Attacks As Russia Threatens Europe’s Largest Nuclear Plant
Ukrainian forces stepped up attacks against targets in the Russian-occupied Crimean peninsula as Moscow threatened to disconnect Europe’s largest nuclear power plant amid fears of an atomic disaster.
Daughter Putin Ally Killed In Bomb Blast
The daughter of a prominent ultra-nationalist philosopher and ally of Russia's President Vladimir Putin has been killed in a car bombing near Moscow, investigators said Sunday.
Myanmar Church Leader Warns Of Military Crackdown
Myanmar’s prominent Catholic official has warned that Myanmar’s ruling military step up the persecution of critics and others after former democratically leader Aung San Suu Kyi was sentenced to another six years in prison.
Serbia Threatens To Enter Kosovo Amid Balkans War Fears
Europe faced a potential new war in the Balkans as Serbia’s president threatened to move into neighboring Kosovo if the NATO military alliance failed to “do their job.”
World Economic Forum: ‘Rational Reasons’ to Microchip Kids
Implanting tracking chips in one's children is the latest policy the World Economic Forum has rolled out in an apparent attempt to normalize the behavior.
US, S. Korea open biggest drills in years amid North threats
The United States and South Korea began their biggest combined military training in years Monday as they heighten their defense posture against the growing North Korean nuclear threat.
At least 20 die in Somalia capital Mogadishu in hotel attack claimed by al Shabaab
Somali forces claim to have ended the deadly siege at a hotel in the capital Mogadishu after armed Islamic militants stormed the building on Friday.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
‘We hope the situation is reversible,’ says Israeli official as Iran deal seems imminent
Israeli officials have expressed their concerns to the U.S. as a deal aimed at lifting sanctions on Iran in exchange for the country curbing its nuclear development program appears imminent.

Inside the United States
Federal Judge Orders Protection for US Marines with Religious Objections to COVID Vaccine Mandate
A federal judge in Florida ordered class action relief and granted a classwide preliminary injunction Wednesday against the federal government's COVID shot mandate for all U.S. Marines whether they are active or in reserve service.
Judge says Utah’s transgender law likely violates constitution
Biological males identifying as transgender girls in Utah will have an opportunity to play sports after a district court judge issued a preliminary injunction that prohibits the law banning them from doing so from taking effect.

Worthy Insights
Sex between men driving monkeypox spread, not skin contact, studies show
Recent scientific evidence suggests that sexual interactions between men are driving the spread of monkeypox rather than skin contact, as previously thought.
80-Year-Old Lady Protests Trans Person in YMCA Women’s Shower, Gets Banned from Pool and Heckled by Activists
An elderly Washington state woman who was permanently banned from her local YMCA pool after telling a transgender employee to leave the women's locker room was harassed by transgender activists at a rally Monday night.

Worthy Insights
World Economic Forum Pushing For Digital ID Systems Around The World
The World Economic Forum (WEF) is pushing for "digital ecosystems" around the world, starting with Digital ID. The organization stated it would be the first step to building "digital trust."