The deadliest violence in India's capital for decades leaves 23 people dead and scores injured.
Officer Mario Cerciello Rega was stabbed to death after a drug deal gone wrong in central Rome.
Harvey Weinstein will appeal a guilty verdict in the rape and sexual assault cases against him.
Five years ago a change in the law stopped doctors helping the terminally ill to end their lives.
Three baboons - one on his way to a vasectomy - fled an Australian hospital, stunning onlookers.
Officials hope it will boost spending as the city's economy struggles after a tumultuous year.
Just call me Harry.
That was the message that the man formerly known as Prince Harry seemed keen to telegraph today, as he embarked on the first day of a final round of public engagements as a senior working royal.
“Harry” was the star guest at the Edinburgh launch of Travalyst, a new, environmentally-conscious travel initiative which aims to help travelers manage and take responsibility for their carbon footprint and also to choose destinations and resorts that benefit local communities.
The Foundation Pit, a dystopian novel by the Soviet satirist Andrei Platonov (written in 1930, but not published in the Soviet Union until 1987) is oddly pertinent to the struggles of post-Soviet Russians. A fanciful narrative that captured the absurdities of living in the Stalinist era, the plot concerns a group of workers who become drained of all energy when they’re sucked into a foundation pit of a gigantic house meant to house the entire country’s working class. The absurdist premise is a metaphor for the gap between idealistic rhetoric and authoritarian reality that inspired black humor during those dark times.
A similar hypocrisy is evident in Vladimir Putin’s Russia, a country where gangster capitalism, not state socialism, reigns supreme. Andrey Gryazev’s documentary The Foundation Pit, which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival, opens with a pre-credits sequence of Russian newscasts reporting incidents in which hapless house owners or workers have been injured in accidents involving foundation pits. Tractors, excavators, and even some people are sucked into the black holes of Russian foundation pits. Platonov’s satirical barbs resemble the stuff of everyday life in the land of Putin.
The remainder of Gryazev’s film is entirely comprised of public access YouTube videos in which ordinary Russian citizens, deprived of any other forum to voice their grievances, address President Putin with a litany of complaints. As the Russian journalist Larisa Malyukova notes, Gryazev depicts a “phantasmagorical landscape of a giant country where people try to survive, but can’t.”
On the night of May 22, 2013, 8-year-old Palmdale, California, resident Gabriel Fernandez was rushed to the hospital after his mother Pearl called 911. Paramedics found Gabriel not breathing and seriously hurt, which Pearl claimed was the result of a fall he’d suffered while playing with his older brother. Yet in the minutes, hours and days that followed, the true extent of Gabriel’s injuries would become clear. His throat was burned. His face was covered in bruises and cuts. His eyes were blackened. He had abrasions on the top of his feet. His teeth were knocked out. He had a weird incision above his penis, and ligature marks on his ankles, and cigarette burns all over his body, and a skull fracture, and BB gun pellets lodged in his lung and his groin.
Gabriel, who’d die the next day, was unquestionably the victim of domestic abuse. Moreover, only two people could have done this to him: Pearl and her boyfriend, Isauro Aguirre. Cases don’t come much more open-and-shut than this one, and though additional details would soon emerge about the duo’s monstrousness, their guilt was as obvious as the sun on a cloudless day.
Which begs the question: why, then, does The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez require six episodes to tell its appalling tale?
The carts, called “dead carts,” came to the pits at night piled high with corpses, until the pits could hold no more. They came at the rate of as many as 400 bodies a week. The rule was that once the corpses reached within six feet of the surface a pit should be closed.
And so it went in London through the summer, fall, and winter of 1665 as the Great Plague raged unchecked through the foul and narrow streets. Before it ended in 1666, 100,000 people, almost a quarter of the city’s population, were dead.
One of the pits was at Bone Hill, so named because a century earlier more than 1,000 cartloads of human bones had been dumped there after a charnel house was closed. The plague-ravaged bodies were thrown on top of the dry bones before the pit was closed.
The Canary Wharf office of a US oil company has sent home around 300 British workers after an employee in London reported a flu-like illness. It is claimed the employee had recently returned to the UK.
Dutch officials today are urgently tracking down anyone who came into contact with an infected German man - the Netherlands has yet to report a case.
The FTSE 100 Index in London fell another 0.8 per cent taking the total wiped off UK blue chips to nearly £100 billion since the start of the week.
Public Health England is not advising schools to close but headteachers have taken action after some staff and students came down with 'mild flu-like symptoms' after returning from the Alps.
Like many social media platforms, California-based Facebook has ended up hosting much agitated conversation around the outbreak, alongside a slew of adverts for face masks.
The footage of Javier Romero is thought to have been recorded in a warehouse in Los Angeles, California. He effortlessly glides across the floor as the track No Idea by Don Toliver plays.
The U.S. granted asylum to Guatemala's ex-attorney general after her native country issued a warrant for her arrest over alleged embezzlement.
Two of the world's most famous activists - Malala Yousafzai and Greta Thunberg - met Tuesday at Oxford University.
A locust outbreak that has devastated parts of East Africa and overwhelmed local officials has reached the Congo, according to the U.N.’s Food and Agriculture Organization.
A member of the British Parliament has apologized after video emerged of him exposing himself to a woman in a pub in 2007 before he was first elected to public office.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was stripped naked twice, handcuffed nearly a dozen times and had his court papers taken away from him following the first day of his extradition hearing, his lawyer complained to a judge Tuesday.
A strong storm created havoc in the Western Australian city of Perth on Tuesday as lighting, heavy rain and flash flooding damaged buildings and caused traffic chaos.
A 60-year-old man has become the first French victim of the coronavirus in the country, the health ministry announced Wednesday.
The new coronavirus epidemic swelled on Wednesday with cases in South Korea surging past 1,000 after deaths soared in Iran and infections appeared in previously untouched countries, prompting dire warnings that the world was not ready to contain it.
US presidential front-runner Bernie Sanders was roundly attacked Tuesday evening in an unusually raucous Democratic debate in South Carolina. The high-stakes event is the final debate before "Super Tuesday" on March 3, when 14 states will hold their primaries.
Egypt will on Wednesday bury its former president Hosni Mubarak, who died at the age of 91, in a military funeral in Cairo.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed for calm on Wednesday after days of clashes between Hindus and minority Muslims over a controversial citizenship law in some of the worst sectarian violence in the capital in decades.
France’s disgraced conservative former prime minister François Fillon goes on trial Wednesday over the fake-jobs scandal dubbed PenelopeGate after his wife, who was paid handsomely for work as her husband’s parliamentary assistant that she allegedly never performed. The scandal sunk Fillon’s 2017 presidential bid.
Coronavirus news: Greece and Brazil confirm first cases as WHO says world not ready for pandemic - live updatesPosted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
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Algeria is not planning to ban public protests or suspend flights to Italy after the country’s first case of the coronavirus was identified in an Italian man, a health ministry official was reported as saying by Reuters on Wednesday.
Speaking at a news conference in Algiers, Djamel Fouar, director of prevention and control of communicable diseases, said authorities were monitoring everyone who had been in touch with the 61-year-old patient.
Irish rugby officials are expected to bow to pressure to cancel a Six Nations game between Ireland and Italy because of the coronavirus outbreak and there is speculation that some St Patrick’s day celebrations will also be cancelled or restricted, Rory Carroll, our Ireland correspondent, writes.
Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) representatives are due to meet the health minister, Simon Harris, at 12.30 on Wednesday to discuss his recommendation to scrap the 7 March game against Italy at Dublin’s Aviva stadium.Continue reading...
Calls for army to be deployed as clashes between Hindu and Muslim groups show no sign of abating
The death toll from the worst religious violence in Delhi in decades has risen to 21, as Muslims fled from their homes and several mosques in the capital smouldered after being attacked by Hindu mobs.
The deathly clashes between Hindu and Muslim groups that began on Sunday showed no sign of abating on the third consecutive day, with reports of early morning looting on some Muslim homes which had been abandoned out of fear.Continue reading...
Six schools and two nurseries reported targets of airstrikes by Assad regime and Russia
Eight school facilities have been bombed in Idlib province, in Syria, in a single day as the battle for control of the country’s last opposition stronghold intensifies.
The attacks came despite warnings that the violence has already led to the worst humanitarian crisis in the Syrian war to date.Continue reading...
Labour leadership: Sadiq Khan backs Starmer, saying he's best person to unite party and defeat Tories - live newsPosted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQs and Michel Barnier’s Brexit speech
Labour is demanding an investigation into claims that the level of rough sleeping in England is five times as high as official figures claim. John Healey, the shadow housing secretary, has been prompted to act by this BBC story, which is based on Freedom of Information requests to councils. The BBC says:
More than 28,000 people in the UK were recorded sleeping rough in 12 months, research by the BBC has suggested.
In England five times as many rough sleepers were seen by councils in the year than reported in official figures, which are a one-night snapshot ...
The government’s own figures, as published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government in the latest publication ‘Rough Sleeping Statistics: Autumn 2018, England’, declare that the total number of people counted or estimated to be sleeping rough was just 4,677. You’ll be aware that this data is gathered each year on a single night in the autumn.
In light of the new figures published today, it is clear that the use of the government’s own figures as the sole official measure of rough sleeping is seriously misleading as it dramatically undercounts the number of people sleeping rough.
Sajid Javid is expected to make a statement to MPs following his resignation as chancellor, and it is likely to come just after PMQs, according to Labour whips.
By convention ministers who resign from cabinet are allowed to make statements to the Commons. In the past some of these interventions (eg, Geoffrey Howe’s) have been devastating, but mostly ex-ministers tend not to make these resignation statements now and, when they do, their content tends to be quite measured.
Immediately following PMQs and before the Coronavirus Statement, we expect a personal statement from @sajidjavidContinue reading...
Candidates bickered and shouted over each other in sharp exchanges in debate before Super Tuesday contests
The Democratic presidential candidates engaged in a series of chaotic and fiery exchanges on Tuesday night, in the final debate before the critical South Carolina presidential primary and Super Tuesday contests that could represent a make-or-break moment.
Senator Bernie Sanders, the frontrunner who cruised to victory in Nevada last week, bore the brunt of criticism from a number of his centrist rivals, including the former vice-president Joe Biden, the ex-New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg, and Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana.Continue reading...
Airline which operates some of world’s longest flights is considering ‘Skynest’ sleep pods with pillows, sheets and blankets
Air New Zealand has announced it could have flat beds in economy for some of its long-haul flights, but it will be more than a year before customers could get the chance to sleep in one of the new pod beds.Continue reading...
In a night filled with raised voices and interruptions, the debate stage in Charleston took on the air of a boxing match. Here’s who ducked and weaved, who took a punch, and who tried to stay above the fray.
The Morning Joe panel scores the candidate performances from the debate held Tuesday night in Charleston, South Carolina.
A top adviser to Bernie Sanders said the candidate would reject the offer from Mike Bloomberg to spend heavily on his behalf in the general election if Sanders wins the Democratic nomination. "It’s a hard no," Weaver told NBC News after Tuesday night’s
Democrats talked a lot about issues of racial inequality during the South Carolina debate, but our analysts point out there was a lack of specificity from the candidates of what they would do about it.
NBC News' Shaquille Brewster talks to Bernie Sanders about how the senator feels he did in the latest Democratic Debate ahead of the South Carolina primary and Super Tuesday.
Lawrence O'Donnell explains why arguing over the Senate's filibuster rule doesn't make any sense.
Six other European countries have reported cases, and an American soldier in South Korea became the first member of the U.S. armed forces to be infected.
The death of Hosni Mubarak underscored how Egyptian hopes for democracy following his ouster in 2011 have been crushed under President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
The Syrian government’s assault on a rebel-held province has created one of the worst humanitarian emergencies of a brutal nine-year war.
Their malady has been given a name: ‘acquired political helplessness.’
With defense lawyers and prosecutors giving widely differing accounts of the night in question, a jury will weigh the evidence over the killing of a paramilitary officer in Rome.
The decision came after a group of doctors, patients and proponents sued, arguing that a 2015 law effectively infringed on their constitutional rights.
British tourists in lockdown at a Tenerife hotel over coronavirus fears say they have been given conflicting advice on what to do.
With coronavirus cases confirmed in Italy and Spain, many people are getting anxious about how this could affect their holidays.
The first case of the coronavirus has been confirmed in South America as the outbreak continues to spread around the world.
Irish rugby chiefs are to meet the country's health minister this lunchtime after he called for next month's Six Nations game against Italy to be called off over fears of spreading coronavirus.
A woman arrested on suspicion of murder after her boyfriend's body was found inside a suitcase has reportedly told police he died after a game of hide-and-seek.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called for calm after days of violent sectarian clashes over a controversial new citizenship law left at least 20 people dead.
NASA is asking companies in its commercial lunar landing services program to bid on delivering a NASA rover whose launch has been slightly delayed.
Virgin Galactic executives suggested Feb. 25 that the beginning of commercial flights of its SpaceShipTwo suborbital vehicle might slip again, even as the company starts planning to resume ticket sales.
The Air Force is expected to award a sole-source development contract to Northrop Grumman for GBSD in August.
Australia’s nascent launch industry says it would like to see the country’s government provide more financial and regulatory support to help it get established in the global market.
Lockheed Martin will acquire the satellite technology assets of Vector by default after a bankruptcy court received no qualified bids by a deadline last week.
The guidelines do not recommend curtailing the use of AI but call on DoD personnel and contractors to “exercise appropriate levels of judgment and care."
Italy’s coronavirus outbreak has crossed the Alps and is being linked to a growing number of infections around Europe, prompting countries and companies to enact precautionary measures to reduce travel to and from Italy.
Nearly 17 years after U.S. troops largely pulled up stakes from Saudi Arabia, the U.S. is back, launching F-15 fighter jets and manning Patriot missile batteries at a base southeast of Riyadh, despite extremism that flared last time the kingdom hosted American forces.
The city’s government said it would dole out $15.4 billion in payouts and other stimulus in its annual budget in an attempt to resuscitate an economy reeling from the coronavirus epidemic and months of antigovernment protests.
Egypt’s former President Hosni Mubarak, whose three decades of autocratic rule sparked the popular uprising that would catalyze an era of revolution and war across the Arab world, died Tuesday. He was 91.
President Trump’s diplomatic drop-in was intense and brief, with his host Prime Minister Narendra Modi providing expansive red-carpet treatment, as the two leaders sidestepped trade issues.
As prices for Canada’s brand of heavy crude oil have plunged, more than a quarter of Calgary’s office space sits empty and the unemployment rate is the highest among the country’s largest cities.
Billionaire Tom Steyer is facing some criticism over his spending in South Carolina, a state where his Democratic presidential campaign is making some legitimate headway.Some people have even accused him of trying to buy votes from the state's African-American voters, which Steyer and many others have adamantly denied, The New York Times reports. One thing that's been particularly scrutinized is the Steyer campaign's rental agreement with a company owned by Jennifer Clyburn Reed, the daughter of Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.), the highest-ranking African American in Congress whose endorsement is considered key in South Carolina. Since October, the Steyer campaign has paid more than $40,000 to the company to rent one of its properties as its state headquarters in Columbia, South Carolina. A California-based bank founded by Steyer, meanwhile, has loaned $1 million to a Columbia-based bank that has one of Clyburn's sons-in-laws on its board.The campaign has brushed off the accusations of trying to procure political favor from the Clyburn family, arguing Steyer is simply committed to hiring local organizers and investing in local businesses to get his grassroots operations running. "The question isn't why Tom is doing this," Steyer spokesman Benjamin Gerdes said in a statement. "The real question is why isn't every other candidate doing it?"The politically-active Reed called the accusations of vote-buying "disturbing" and seemed a bit annoyed that people think she merely serves as a surrogate for her father. "I'm an adult," she told the Times. "There is no connection. My father has his business and I have mine. We do not vote the same way."Besides, it's probably all a moot point — both Reed and Clyburn seem likely to back former Vice President Joe Biden. Read more at The New York Times.More stories from theweek.com Harvard scientist predicts coronavirus will infect up to 70 percent of humanity Children seem remarkably resilient to coronavirus The Trump administration is reportedly fighting over coronavirus spending
In congressional testimony today, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf claimed that the mortality rate for coronavirus is similar to the flu, both at about 2 per cent.In response, Republican Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana asks: “Are you sure of that?”
With new rules taking effect on Monday that disqualify more people from green cards if they use government benefits, droves of immigrants, including citizens and legal residents, have dropped social services they or their children may be entitled to out of fear they will be kicked out of the United States.
An Italian man suffering from frostbite and four other tourists were rescued in the Alaska wilderness after visiting an abandoned bus that has become a lure for adventurers since it was featured in the “Into the Wild” book and movie. Alaska State Troopers say the five Italians were rescued Saturday from a camp they set up after visiting the dilapidated bus on the Stampede Trail near the interior town of Healy. The hikers were found 13 miles from the trailhead, Trooper spokesman Tim DeSpain said.
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Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, Mike Bloomberg, Tom Steyer, and Amy Klobuchar will debate on Tuesday evening in Charleston, South Carolina. CBS News and the Congressional Black Caucus Institute will co-host the debate. Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates. All times eastern.
CBS moderators struggled to control their Democrat debate on Tuesday as candidates tried to get in their last shots against each other before the South Carolina primary.
CNN political commentator and former Obama adviser Van Jones during his network's post-Democratic presidential debate wrap-up acknowledged he was disappointed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) did not reject "authoritarian" socialism during the debate.
Joe Biden promised to nominate a black woman to the Supreme Court if elected president during Tuesday's Democrat debate in Charleston, SC, emphasizing his pledge with two declarations of "Not a joke!
"And insists on it. And insist, insist, insist. I could get that done," Biden said, struggling to describe how he would get China to change its coronavirus policies.
CLAIM: During the South Carolina Democrat debate, former Vice President Joe Biden claimed 150 million Americans have died since 2007 because gun makers cannot be sued.
Never-Trump Republicans are over-represented in the media. There is a perfectly logical reason for this. The liberal media loves conservatives who trash conservatives and President Trump. But it’s enough already. People who support President Trump are tired of constantly seeing these people on TV. Columnist Larry O’Connor has written a great piece about this for […]
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Cuba’s Official Communist Paper Praises Bernie Sanders for Recognizing Castro Regime’s Contributions in Education and HealthPosted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
The official Communist Party newspaper in Cuba on Tuesday published this article thanking fellow traveler Bernie Sanders of promoting their Marxist propaganda on the Castro regime’s record on health and medicine. This was a hybrid endorsement of Bernie Sanders’ campaign and a thank you note from the brutal Marxist regime. The official Communist paper Grandma […]
On Tuesday President Trump’s approval rating hit 52% in the Rasmussen daily tracking poll. President Trump’s approval rating is 5 points HIGHER than Obama at the same point in his presidency. This is also despite national mainstream media reporting negatively on the highly successful President Trump 96% of the time. This comes as President Trump […]
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Top FOX News Host Sean Hannity Defends Julian Assange During his Extradition Trial – Points to Pentagon Papers (Video)Posted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
Sean Hannity ran a segment on Tuesday night defending Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Julian’s attorneys are in court this week fighting his extradition to the United States for trial. Unequal Justice Under the Law– Hannity told his audience, “The US government wants to bring Julian Assange back to the US and face espionage act charges […]
2020 Democrat candidates participated in another debate Tuesday night in Charleston, South Carolina and it turned out to be a total clown show. The Democrats broke out into a screaming match over who can give the most free stuff to illegal aliens and welfare leeches. Biden claimed that nearly half the US population has been […]
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“She’s Corrupt! She’s Out of Control!” – Tucker Carlson Calls for Demon Judge Amy Berman Jackson to be Impeached (VIDEO)Posted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
On Tuesday Roger Stone and his lawyers appeared in court to request a new trial after it was revealed the lead juror was biased and posted tweets attacking Trump and Roger Stone. Stone’s lawyers asked for a new trial after it was revealed jury forewoman Tomeka Hart lied to the Court during her testimony when […]
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Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos slammed the Democrat congresswoman on Twitter.
Trusting a machine to scan aerial imagery in search of targets is a legal and ethical minefield
DOW down 879 points as virus slows global economy
NASA estimates 500,000 human-made fragments, from the size of a speck of paint to a whole school bus, orbit Earth today
Coronavirus spreads to Germany, Switzerland, Croatia, Iraq, Spain, Algeria, Austria and Brazil while cases explode in Italy by 45% in one dayPosted on Tuesday February 25, 2020
(Natural News) Over the last 36 hours or so, the coronavirus spread has now been confirmed in a slew of new countries, including Germany, Switzerland, Croatia, Iraq, Spain, Algeria and Austria. Cases are already confirmed in Belgium, Lebanon, Finland, Sweden, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Israel, Cambodia, Nepal, Afghanistan, Russia and many other countries. An infection is...
The state of California has tested ZERO people for coronavirus... all testing done by the CDC, which has so far tested fewer than 200 Californians IN TOTALPosted on Tuesday February 25, 2020
(Natural News) On the “Immunization Branch” page of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) website, the admission is made that a total of zero people have actually been tested for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) because all of the testing is being done at the federal level by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
(Natural News) At least 325 people in the state of Michigan are being monitored for the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) after having recently returned from travel to mainland China. Joining the hundreds of other potentially infected people also being monitored in California and several other states, these people in Michigan all took trips to communist China...
(Natural News) Phosphorus is a mineral that the body needs to perform important functions, such as repairing tissues and filtering waste. It is the second most plentiful mineral in the body – next to calcium – and it is used to keep the bones strong and healthy. However, as an essential mineral, phosphorus cannot be...
Even couch potatoes can benefit from physical activity: It's never too late to start exercising, say researchersPosted on Tuesday February 25, 2020
(Natural News) Engaging in exercise is, without a doubt, good for your overall health. Numerous studies have shown that exercising can lower the risk of developing chronic diseases like cardiovascular disease, cancer and even diabetes. But can you actually miss out on the benefits of exercise if you start working out much later in life?...
(Natural News) MADRID — Numerous scientists and experts have argued that the alarmists peddling hysteria about the man-made global-warming hypothesis are behaving as members of a religious cult while claiming to be acting on the basis of science. Instead of rejecting or revising their earlier dire warnings of climate catastrophe based on the growing body...
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This is Sibel Edmonds, reporting on the ground from Turkey. Last year I began publishing back-to-back reports on Iran based on increased covert and overt activities in the region. My reports were all based on my travels in the region, my first-hand sources, extensive research and analyses. In this episode I provide the overview of […]
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A worker wearing protective gear sprays disinfectant as part of preventive measures against the spread of the novel coronavirus at a railway station in Daegu, South Korea, on Feb. 26, 2020. (Jung Yeon-je/AFP via Getty Images)
People ride motorcycles along a flooded street in Bekasi, near Jakarta, Indonesia, on Feb. 25, 2020. (Antara Foto/Fahkri Hermansyah/ via Reuters)
Passengers arrive at Sydney International Airport in Sydney, Australia on Jan. 23, 2020. (Don Arnold/Stringer/Getty Images)
Disinfection professionals wearing protective gear spray anti-septic solution against the coronavirus at a traditional market in Seoul on Feb. 26, 2020. (Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
Brazilian citizens coming from the Chinese city of Wuhan land and disembark at the Air Force base of Anapolis, State of Goias, Brazil, on Feb. 9, 2020. (Andressa Anholete / Getty Images)
People buy face masks at a retail store in Daegu, South Korea, on Feb. 25, 2020. (Jung Yeon-je/AFP via Getty Images)
'Tigers' and 'wolves' duke it out in court: Russian armored car maker sues biker association leader over trademarkPosted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
AMZ, the defense contractor that makes the Tigr, Russia's only modern armored car, can't call their latest project 'Wolf' because Russia's largest biker club, the 'Night Wolves' owns the trademark. So AMZ is taking them to court.
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Day three of the Julian Assange extradition hearing is focusing on whether the allegations against Assange amount to “political offenses.” If so, it would likely be outside of the judge’s jurisdiction to approve extradition.
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‘We’re the hosts there’: Erdogan says Turkey won’t step back in Idlib, gives Assad ultimatum to retreatPosted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
Reiterating his usual rhetoric on Syria, the Turkish leader has ruled out withdrawal from Idlib, where his forces back rebels fighting the government. He also gave Damascus some time to retreat beyond Turkey’s observation posts.
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Pakistan PM Khan calls on world to stop 'Nazi-inspired ideology' in India amid Kashmir & Citizenship Act unrestPosted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
India has embraced racist beliefs tantamount to the views espoused by Nazi Germany, and the world must take action to stop the country's Muslim minority from being 'targeted,' Pakistan's Imran Khan has argued.
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Islamabad has repaid Moscow the $93.5 million (Rs 1,442 billion) debt pending since the collapse of the Soviet Union. The issue was a major hurdle in boosting the country's trade ties with Russia.
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Running scared: Justin Gaethje manager denies Conor McGregor fight talks, says Irishman 'had that opportunity already'Posted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
MMA manager Ali Abdelaziz has denied that Justin Gaethje is in discussions to fight Conor McGregor this summer, saying that the Irish fighter has already had his chance to take on the hard-hitting lightweight.
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New Delhi (Sputnik): Last Sunday China issued a strong statement accusing India of prohibiting the export of essential medical products which are in short supply in the coronavirus-hit nation. The flight to send medical aid to China was delayed for 10 days as New Delhi claimed that Beijing had failed to grant permission to fly the jet on time.
Veteran of the American hip-hop scene, Talib Kweli Greene, known for his collaborations with the world's most recognised rappers and his eight solo albums, had a few rough days after he traded insults with Russian musicians on Twitter, accusing them of racist views. Fans don't forget this kind of offence.
KABUL (Sputnik) - A motorcycle bomb explosion took place in the Afghan capital of Kabul on Wednesday, a source stated.
New Delhi (Sputnik): As security forces and the government in New Delhi are battling to curb the worst communal violence in decades in the northeastern parts of the Indian capital, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has tried to take aim at his country's arch-rival India, saying 200 million Muslims in India are being targeted.
New Delhi (Sputnik): US President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania, and his daughter Ivanka were on a two-day visit to India that ended on 25 February. From experiencing a warm welcome at Ahmedabad, and witnessing the beauty of the Taj Mahal to flaunting the finest Indian designer creations, they made the news.
Washington has of late been grappling with Huawei’s leverage in a promising chunk of the big tech market - 5G networks. Following Britain’s okaying some Huawei equipment at home, the US has gone to great lengths to exert pressure on its allies.
Inquiry into Westminster child sexual abuse says police and politicians 'turned blind eye' - UPDATE: Lord Steel QUITSPosted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
Political parties, police and prosecutors "turned a blind eye" to allegations of child sexual abuse connected to Westminster, ignored victims and showed excessive "deference" to MPs and ministers fighting to clear their reputations, an investigation has found. The long-awaited report by the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse into the most politically sensitive section of its work, however, dismisses claims of any conspiracy involving an "organised Westminster paedophile network". The 173-page review, following hearings over the past two years, names several prominent MPs, including the Liberal MP Sir Cyril Smith and the Conservative Sir Peter Morrison, as being "known to be active in their sexual interest in children" but who escaped prosecution. "The police paid little regard to the welfare of sexually exploited children," the report says. "Political parties showed themselves, even very recently, to be more concerned about political fallout than safeguarding; and in some...
On Monday Julian Assange's defense team told a London court that the United States plotted to assassinate the WikiLeaks founder. After describing US intelligence attempts to plant "intrusive and sophisticated" secret surveillance devices in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where Assange had been living under asylum for seven years, Assange's attorney Edward Fitzgerald told the court according to an explosive Daily Mail report published Tuesday: "There were conversations about whether there should be more extreme measures contemplated, such as kidnapping or poisoning Julian Assange in the embassy."
Ukrainian polar station in the Antarctic has turned into a horror movie set after the snow around it turned a bloody red. But scientists appear unfazed, offering an explanation for the strange phenomenon. Photos from the Vernadsky research base were posted on Facebook by the Ukrainian Ministry of Education and Science, which said that the snow had been like this for the past two weeks. However, the ministry assured its followers that there was no reason for concern over the wellbeing of the station's inhabitants, and mentioned no bad omens either.
The latest act in the comedy began Friday, just before voting opened in the Nevada Democratic caucus. The Washington Post ran a story — sourced, I'm not joking, to "people familiar with the matter" — explaining that Bernie Sanders had been briefed that "Russia is attempting to help his presidential campaign as part of an effort to interfere with the Democratic contest." Sanders was quick to see through the gambit. "I'll let you guess about one day before the Nevada caucus," he said. "Why do you think it came out?" He pointed to a Post reporter: "It was The Washington Post? Good friends." The Post, after all, has spent years dumping on Sanders, a fervent critic of the paper's billionaire creep of an owner, Jeff Bezos. Intelligence officials and pundits have been screeching for years that patriotism demands voters reject the foreign agent Donald Trump and the Russian asset Bernie Sanders, and support a conventional establishment politician. Voters responded by moving toward Trump in...
CNN has failed a basic geography test, putting Germany much closer to Italy than it actually is, during a report on how the EU is combatting the novel coronavirus. Netizens showed no mercy to the network's online team. News that Germany isn't raising the alarm due to the 2019-nCoV outbreak in Italy prompted many established media to report on it, with CNN being no exception. The broadcaster's actual report cited a German foreign ministry spokeswoman who said Berlin wasn't issuing a travel warning for Italy at the moment, but their Twitter publication wasn't as accurate. Now, you have to read carefully to spot the blunder. "Germany is currently not considering closing the country's borders with Italy due to the coronavirus outbreak, its foreign ministry said," it reads.
Greek police used tear gas to disperse hundreds of angry residents who attempted to halt the construction of a migrant detention center on the island of Lesbos. The clashes came amid growing anger over Athens' immigration policy. Around 500 people attempted to block the unloading of heavy machinery and police reinforcements on the island, which will house a new migrant camp. Locals set fires and brawled with riot cops as police attempted to restore order, according to local media. Photographs taken at the scene show demonstrators armed with large sticks skirmishing with police. Other photos show protesters fleeing as the police fired tear gas.
The virus is everywhere now!!
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Iran’s Deputy Health Minister Infected With Coronavirus Seen Looking Feverish During Press ConferencePosted on Tuesday February 25, 2020
He does not look well...
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If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
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Very important information is being hidden from you!
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And so as one narrative ends, the narrative that the virus emerged in the Wuhan Institute of Virology officially begins.
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What is Trump doing in India?! The MSM doesn't want you to know.
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"We're full, our system's full, our country's full!" That was President Donald Trump last year at our southern border. "Every decision on trade, on taxes, on immigration, on foreign affairs, will be made to benefit American workers and American families." That was Trump in January 2017 at his inaugural address. "The influx of foreign workers…
(AP) -- CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Democrats unleashed a roaring assault against Bernie Sanders’ electability and seized on Mike Bloomberg’s past with women in the workplace in a raucous debate Tuesday night that tested the strength of the two men leading their party’s presidential nomination fight. Sanders, his status as the Democratic front-runner undeniable, faced the…
(THE GUARDIAN) -- A German teenager dubbed the “anti-Greta” – climate sceptics’ answer to the schoolgirl activist Greta Thunberg – is set to address the biggest annual gathering of US grassroots conservatives. Greta Thunberg and Malala Yousafzai meet at Oxford University Read more Naomi Seibt, 19, who styles herself as a “climate sceptic” or “climate…
(WLBT) -- JACKSON, Miss. -- The Mississippi Republican Party is welcoming some new members and all of them were elected public offices as Democrats or Independents in this most recent election cycle. The Mississippi Republican Party Chairman says he doesn’t expect this will be the last time they are welcoming new members to the GOP.…
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A small crew of good Samaritans is being praised for rescuing a woman who was trapped inside her sinking SUV in Boca Raton, Florida, on Sunday. According to NBC's "Today," the woman, who was alone in her SUV, suffered a seizure while driving. She lost control of the SUV, which plunged into a canal and…
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In a letter to Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez, four former Cuban political prisoners condemned presidential candidate Bernie Sanders for praising the late dictator Fidel Castro. Sanders told "60 Minutes" in an interview Sunday and in subsequent remarks Monday that it was "unfair" to categorically condemn Castro's rule of Cuba, saying he ran a…
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Vice President Mike Pence abruptly cancelled a scheduled event in New Hampshire and flew back to the White House. Penceâs spokeswoman Alyssa Farah said, âSomething came...
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 America has been great for decades, and is becoming even greater. President Donald Trump has directed OUR Federal Government and Military to celebrate our...
In this thread I will put up people who are convinced the mainstream evolution theory is real to the test. This thread is not about whether God exists or not because I know he...
They want a horse race. The polls were showing Biden too much ahead of Trump and the liberal and mercenary MSM wants a horse race so they advanced the Hillary-like Kamala Harris so...
This looks too good to be true (please feel free to debunk). Its a recently purported leak: Real UFO footage was leaked by a former Pentagon employee named Miss X. What you...
A kenyan dude has stowed away in the gear of a jet headed to london and the result is to be as expected. There are little details....BUT, odds are dude was frozen solid. Apparently...
By Will Banyan (Copyright © 21 February 2020) TRUMP: Look, Putin…… from everything I see, has no respect for this person. CLINTON: Well, that’s because he’d rather have a puppet as president of the...
NB: Superscripted endnotes are my own, while parenthesized footnotes (when encountered) are from the original editors of the collection, c. 1786/87. – Terry Melanson [p. 12] VI Statutes of the Illuminati As the Society...
NB: Superscripted endnotes are my own, while the parenthesized footnotes (when encountered) are from the original editors of the collection, c. 1786/87. – Terry Melanson Some Original Writings Of The Order of the Illuminati...
by Terry Melanson, Dec. 27, 2019 I’m not sure what impact my previous investigation on the life and times of Frank Bruno Gigliotti has made in the relatively closed community of deep politics (or...
By Will Banyan, Copyright © 29 October 2019 “In the area of foreign policy, our editorial point of view is based on avoiding foreign entanglements and going to war only when necessary to defend...
By Will Banyan (Copyright © 27 September 2019) “Foreign Affairs…will tolerate wide differences of opinion. Its articles will not represent any consensus of beliefs.” Foreign Affairs Editorial Policy Much to the amusement of some...
Covid-19/42 COUNTRIES!/TENERIFE:1000 Q-TINED +ITALY 323 P3926/1ST ALGERIA +2 GER P3934/AUSTRIA P3937/1 MADRID P3950/ US SOLDIER(S)? S-KOREA P3988 (Pinned)Posted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
Travelers from China are being screened at US airports for a mysterious new virus that's killed 2 and sickened dozens Passengers from China arriving...
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Is Marshall law coming?
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I wont delete a damn thing! Have at it :ohyeah:
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Ron Paul Blasts Trump's Betrayal Of Julian Assange "Donald Trump upset the Washington apple cart as presidential candidate and in so doing he...
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Billed as a tough but necessary measure to halt the spread of the virus, Italy threw up dozens of roadblocks in the wealthy Lombardy region on Monday after...
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Thousands of Thai students held a protest against the country's military junta after the banning of a popular opposition party. Footage shows youngsters from the Chiang Mai University in the north of the country staging a peaceful demonstration yesterday (February 25) evening. The rally was part of a nationwide series of protests by students angry at the country's ruling military party led by General Prayut Chan-o-cha. The establishment party has been criticised over a court ruling last Friday which disbanded the popular insurgent Future Forward Party. The party, lead by Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, had strong support from the country's young for its progressive, liberal policies and posed a threat to the country's status quo after coming third in recent elections. In Bangkok at the prestigious Chulalongkorn and Kasetsart Universities, students listened to speeches and wrote messages denouncing the dissolution of Future Forward Party. "They called us keyboard trolls, only good at typing keyboards. Today, we have come out to show our strength," one speaker said. Another protest at Kasetsart University in northern Bangkok attracted around 1,000 students and supporters where speakers criticised the absence of justice and democracy in the country. Thailand's military junta banned street protests shortly after it came to power in 2014 and it has criticised the recent gatherings, claiming they could spread the coronavirus.
Tear-jerking moment a kidnapped journalist is reunited with his family after a dramatic rescue operation by Mexican forces. Prosecutors in the central Mexican state of Morelos said that journalist Adrian Fernandez Guerra had been kidnapped by an armed group while dining in a restaurant in the city of Cuernavaca. Full Story - https://ananova.news/teary-moment-kidnapped-journo-reunited-with-family/ Full Story - https://fourthestateproject.com/teary-moment-kidnapped-journo-reunited-with-family/
Arab school bully. Got rekt by a nice comeback
Areas of Milan appear to be deserted as parts of northern Italy have been put into lockdown as coronavirus hits the region of Lombardy. Filmed by a Law student on February 25, footage shows the areas of Sempione and Certosa with minimal traffic and residents. Italy has had more than 300 cases of coronavirus and 11 deaths as a result.
A collective of female activists have converged outside the gates of parliament in Cape Town on Wednesday (February 26) to ask that the budget be drawn up with females in mind.
This Hibachi chef flips and spins an egg on his spatula 11 times, and then separates the egg yolk and bounces it 14 times before cooking. His incredible skill was captured on February 3 at a Japanese restaurant in Mexico.
Trump claims vaccine is 'very close' amid coronavirus outbreak — but White House says he was talking about EbolaPosted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
Amnesty International @amnesty: USA must drop the charges against Julian Assange #DontExtraditeAssange https://www.amnesty.org/en/get-involved/take-action/julian-assange-usa-justice/ …Posted on Friday February 21, 2020
Amnesty International @amnesty: USA must drop the charges against Julian Assange #DontExtraditeAssange https://www.amnesty.org/en/get-involved/take-action/julian-assange-usa-justice/ …
FULL DOC: Read defence submissions that Julian #Assange's extradition is unlawful as his alleged offences are political offences https://dontextraditeassange.com/defence_submissions_on_political_offences.pdf … #AssangeCasePosted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
FULL DOC: Read defence submissions that Julian #Assange's extradition is unlawful as his alleged offences are political offences https://dontextraditeassange.com/defence_submissions_on_political_offences.pdf … #AssangeCase
Martyr for truth, conscience, and freedom of press, #JulianAssange, going into hearing this week for extradition from #London to #US, is being robbed of human rights in the name of criminality. Let’s all pray, petition, and meditate for his release. http://bit.ly/2SUJRyrPosted on Tuesday February 25, 2020
Martyr for truth, conscience, and freedom of press, #JulianAssange, going into hearing this week for extradition from #London to #US, is being robbed of human rights in the name of criminality. Let’s all pray, petition, and meditate for his release. http://bit.ly/2SUJRyr
#AssangeCase @TimDawsn is attending the Assange trial on behalf of the @NUJofficial and the IFJ. You can read here his reporting #FreeAssange https://www.nuj.org.uk/news/attending-the-assange-trial-day-two/ …Posted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
#AssangeCase @TimDawsn is attending the Assange trial on behalf of the @NUJofficial and the IFJ. You can read here his reporting #FreeAssange https://www.nuj.org.uk/news/attending-the-assange-trial-day-two/ …
Skeleton arguments for today's arguments on the political offence exception in the UK-US Extradition Treaty: Defense submission: https://bridgesforfreedom.media/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/AsangeDefenceSkeletonArgument.pdf … Prosecution submission: https://bridgesforfreedom.media/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/SkeletonArgumentUS.pdf … Defense response: https://bridgesforfreedom.media/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/AssangeDefenceReply.pdf …Posted on Wednesday February 26, 2020
Skeleton arguments for today's arguments on the political offence exception in the UK-US Extradition Treaty: Defense submission: https://bridgesforfreedom.media/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/AsangeDefenceSkeletonArgument.pdf … Prosecution submission: https://bridgesforfreedom.media/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/SkeletonArgumentUS.pdf … Defense response: https://bridgesforfreedom.media/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/AssangeDefenceReply.pdf …
Follow Day 3 here: https://twitter.com/couragefound/status/1232606201323696129 …
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