If Zelensky launches a full-scale war in Donbass, Russia will intervene & it will mean the ‘end of Ukraine’, warns key Putin aide

Russia will be forced to protect the residents of Donbass if Ukraine launches full-scale hostilities against the region. That’s according to Dmitry Kozak, President Vladimir Putin’s deputy chief of staff, who is himself Ukrainian. Speaking on Thursday, Kozak claimed that a ramping-up of the conflict would lead to the end of Ukraine, with the Kremlin […]

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Judge rules nude photos of ex-congresswoman Katie Hill, who resigned after sex scandal, are ‘matter of public concern’

A judge has tossed a lawsuit by former representative Katie Hill, ruling that her nude photos that were leaked to the media amid claims she had affairs with staffers were not revenge porn, but covered by the freedom of speech. Los Angeles Judge Yolanda Orozco sided with the Daily Mail as she ruled on Wednesday […]

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Jailed Navalny Losing Sensation in Hands – Lawyer – The Moscow Times

The health of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is deteriorating as he keeps up his hunger strike in prison, his lawyers said Wednesday, with U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration saying it is “disturbed” by the reports. Last Wednesday President Vladimir Putin’s most prominent opponent, who is serving two and a half years on embezzlement charges, launched […]

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Who is Mukhtar Ansari? | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Uttar Pradesh police on Tuesday took custody of Mukhtar Ansari, leaving with him from Punjab’s Rupnagar jail in a convoy headed 900 km away for a prison in Banda where security has been tightened to hold the gangster-turned-politician. The transfer of dreaded gangster and Bahujan Samaj Party MLA Mukhtar Ansari comes after […]

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Death toll from Bangladesh ferry capsize rises to 34 – Times of India

DHAKA (Bangladesh): The death toll from a weekend ferry capsize in Bangladesh rose to 34 on Tuesday after rescuers and villagers recovered nine more bodies from waters outside the nation’s capital, an official said. Local chief government administrator Nahida Barik said the additional bodies were found from Sunday’s capsize of the passenger ferry ML Rabit […]

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Japan's powerful patriarchy often sidelines women. Fixing that won't be easy

Experts say some men of that generation carry beliefs that women are best left at home, or should attend meetings but remain silent. But Momoko Nojo, a Tokyo-based economics student, says those views have driven a generational wedge between the political gerontocracy and young people born in the 1990s, an era of economic stagnation dubbed […]

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Phylicia Rashād on the legacy of the AKAs highlighted in ‘Twenty Pearls’

“When you pledge a fraternity or a sorority, you learn the names of the founders and the year in which it was founded,” she told CNN. “But the detailed history that’s in this documentary, we did not learn that as pledgees.” “Twenty Pearls” tells the story of the first Black sorority, which was founded in […]

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WATCH new footage from inside BURNING HOSPITAL showing heroic doctors carrying on with open heart surgery despite blaze

One of the Russian doctors who took part in an epic surgical procedure that required the medical team to ignore a developing fire at the hospital has published several videos detailing his experience. The procedure was performed on Friday in the city of Blagoveshchensk in Russia’s Far East. An otherwise fairly routine coronary artery bypass […]

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