Prophecy News Watch - November 21, 2022

Around the World
G20 Wants Worldwide Vaccination Passport (Worthy News In-Depth)
The leaders from the Group of 20 (G20) have agreed to adopt global vaccine passports to “facilitate” all international travel, a move that critics say will increase government control over people’s lives.
UN Atomic Agency chief says urgent action required to prevent nuclear accident in Ukraine following new blasts near nuclear plant
UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi issued a blistering statement on the urgent need to prevent a nuclear accident in Ukraine after shelling again took place extremely close to the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in the south-eastern part of the country on Sunday, UN News reports.
37 countries declare there is no international “right” to abortion
A total of 37 countries have now signed a 2020 consensus document asserting that there is no international right to abortion, the Christian Post (CP) reports.
Indonesia Quake Kills 162; Hundreds Injured
A powerful earthquake shook Indonesia’s main island of Java on Monday, killing at least 56 people and injuring hundreds more, authorities said.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Israel: Iran at Brink of Enriching Uranium at 90 Percent Level
Gen. Aharon Haliva, the head of Israeli military intelligence, warned Monday that Iran could soon approach the 90% uranium enrichment level necessary to build a nuclear weapon, Axios reported.
IDF Chief of Staff meets US National Security Advisor
IDF Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi, who is on a visit to Washington, met on Monday with US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan.

Inside the United States
ICE arrests 138 sex offenders who entered the US illegally
The U.S. Immigration Customs and Enforcement agency apprehended 138 sex offenders who entered the country illegally as part of a recent nationwide operation.
New Trump special prosecutor overturned by Supreme Court, tied to IRS scandal
The special counsel named by the Biden administration to investigate Donald Trump oversaw a Justice Department unit rebuked by the Supreme Court for its prosecution of a prominent Republican and was linked by Congress to the IRS scandal that targeted conservative groups.
Gunman Kills 5 In US Gay Nightclub
A 22-year-old gunman has opened fire in a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, killing five people and injuring 18, authorities say.

Christian News
Eritrea: 98 Christians remain in prison for their faith
The Eritrean government is still holding in detention 98 Christians who were arrested on account of their faith in September, Christian Today (CT) reports.
Political divisions in church can drive pastors to burnout, poll shows
A new study by conservative Christian polling group Bana reveals that many pastors are so stressed out by political divisions and excessive identification with political parties in their congregations that they have considered leaving the ministry over it, the Christian Post (CP) reports.

Worthy Watch
Elbit’s micro-suicide drone swarms can hunt enemies in urban combat
A new drone from Israel’s Elbit Systems called Lanius combines a number of technologies that put it at the forefront of how drones are transforming war.
As Turkey gears up for Syria, Iraq invasion, can the US stop them? – analysis
Turkey is gearing up for a new invasion of Syria and possibly expanded campaigns in Iraq, claiming it is a fight against terrorism. A recent bombing in Ankara was blamed on Kurdish groups in Syria, but it appears Ankara arrested a perpetrator who is not linked to any Kurdish group.
A new tick-borne disease is killing cattle in the US
In the spring of 2021, Cynthia and John Grano, who own a cattle operation and sell performance horses in Culpeper County, Virginia, started noticing some of their cows slowing down and acting “spacey.” They figured the animals were suffering from anaplasmosis, a common infectious disease that causes anemia in cattle. But Melinda McCall, their veterinarian, had warned them that another disease carried by a parasite was spreading rapidly in the area.