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Ukrainian opposition leader and Putin alliance under house arrest.

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) – Ukraine’s top opposition politician with close links to Russian President Vladimir Putin was under house arrest on Thursday, days after being charged with treason. Viktor Medvedchuk, the leader of the Opposition Platform for Life party, the largest opposition force in Congress, denied the allegations filed against him last week and said they had political motives. Medvedchuk, …

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Israel’s “change group” collapses, leaving Netanyahu in charge.

In a dramatic shift amid the fighting in the Gaza Strip and clashes between Jewish and Arab citizens in Israel, right-wing authority Naftali Bennett has announced he will not seek another government to oust Prime Minister Benjamin. Minnetanyahu, longer. Why is this important: Bennett was close to a power-sharing deal with Yair Lapid, the centrist opposition leader, that would make …

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How California Police Handled the alleged Tree Cutting ‘Serial Killer’ Ryan Scott Blinston Mid-Murder

Five days after Ryan Scott Blinston pruned the trees at the home of Loreen and Homer Severs in California in May, the 37-year-old decided to return to taking care of the unfinished business. After forcing him into an elderly couple’s home in Los Molinos, just outside Sacramento, about two hours, Blinnston cut off the couple’s throat – killing 88-year-old Lauren, …

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How India’s vaccinations go horribly wrong

Another setback, according to All India Drug Action Network meeting Malini Aisola, was the decision not to enforce India’s extensive manufacturing capacities such as biological plants, which could be put back into production lines. Vaccine Source link

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Israel attacks Gaza as the violence intensifies.

Tel Aviv – After four nights of devastating air strikes, the Israeli army said Thursday it was hitting the Gaza Strip. The announcement comes amid a conflict that has killed more than 100 Palestinians and 8 Israelis. The Israeli Defense Forces tweeted on Thursday that “Right now, air and ground forces are attacking in the Gaza Strip,” CBS and other …

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Asian cities face biggest environmental risk: study

Traffic jams in Jakarta, Indonesia Bay Ismoyo | AFP | Getty Images Asian cities face the greatest risk from environmental hazards, including extreme heat, climate change and natural disasters, according to a new report by Verisk Maplecroft. Of the 100 most vulnerable cities, 99 are in Asia, with 37 in China and 43 in India. The global report found that …

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Colombian protesters: ‘we are not afraid anymore’

By Manuel RuedaBogota Colombia The anti-government protests in Colombia enter the third week on Wednesday. The protests stem from government proposals to raise taxes as millions of people see their revenues drop due to COVID. But they kept going for days, even if the government withdrew the proposed tax plan. Protest leaders say their needs go much further and include …

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Police investigate the shooting in Lake Brandt Place.

One person died after the shooting in Greensboro Thursday afternoon.Police said the incident took place in 2400 blocks of Lake Brandt Place near Lake Brandt Road.Authorities found a man injured after someone was injured. Reported shooting The police were at the scene investigating the shooting. Public information officer Ron Glenn said the man was shot outside, no suspect information at …

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David Cameron’s payday preceded the fall of Greensill Capital.

Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron is looking to continue serving after leaving office under the shadow of the 2016 Brexit vote.He found this on Greensill Capital. He flies around the world in private jets of special finance companies, lobbies, corporate executives and government officials. He receives an annual salary, bonus and shares, bringing him millions of dollars together, said …

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