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2020 Jul 9 - 3:04pm
Transcripts of body camera videos reveal that the officer who pressed his knee against George Floyd’s neck was dismissive of the man’s pleas for help. One cop charged in the incident has petitioned the court to dismiss his case. The footage, taken from body cameras worn by officers Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng, reportedly shows Floyd pleading for his life in the minutes before he...
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2020 Jul 9 - 2:56pm
There is no need to reintroduce a state of emergency, Japan’s top government spokesman has said, after a record one-day rise in Tokyo coronavirus cases. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said there were 224 new cases of novel coronavirus infection in Tokyo on Thursday. That marked a new daily record in Japan’s capital since the crisis began. About 80 percent of the new coronavirus cases reported on...
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2020 Jul 9 - 2:44pm
Vikas Dubey, a notorious gangster behind a string of murders, kidnappings, and extortions, was arrested by Madhya Pradesh Police after massacring 8 cops in an ambush and spending days on the run. Dubey was apprehended after visiting a temple in Madhya Pradesh on Thursday. A shopkeeper happened to recognize the most-wanted man – who was peacefully buying prayer offerings – and...
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2020 Jul 9 - 1:17pm
A search and rescue operation has been launched after former ‘Glee’ star Naya Rivera reportedly went missing while swimming in a lake in Ventura County, California with her son. It’s feared that she may have drowned. The Ventura County sheriff’s department said that a search is underway at Lake Piru. A video posted by the department shows a helicopter hovering over the lake as it...
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2020 Jul 9 - 11:49am
Professors at prestigious Princeton University have assailed the school for its alleged “anti-Black racism,” issuing a lengthy list of demands including bribing departments to hire minorities (and punishing those that don’t). Over 350 Princeton faculty members have signed on to an open letter demanding the university prioritize the fight against “anti-Black racism,” which the...
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2020 Jul 9 - 9:11am
Federal Security Service agents have detained the governor of Russia’s Khabarovsk Region, Sergey Furgal, on suspicion of organizing a criminal group linked to a series of murders of entrepreneurs over a decade ago. The politician is suspected of organizing a criminal gang and ordering “a series of murders and assassination attempts” back in 2004-2005. Russia’s...
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2020 Jul 9 - 8:06am
A grand jury indictment of a Virginia man whose company allegedly sold Chinese-made helmets and body armor to the government is challenging President Donald Trump’s claim the Pentagon gets only the best American-made goods. Surveillance Equipment Group Inc. (SEG) CEO Arthur Morgan was charged with two counts of federal wire fraud this week, over some $660,000 worth of ballistic vests,...
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2020 Jul 9 - 6:58am
Facebook has banned dozens of pages allegedly linked to ex-Trump adviser and Republican operative Roger Stone, as well as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, in its relentless battle against political ‘misinformation networks’. The 100-account network said to be linked to Stone, a Florida resident, was discovered in the course of an investigation into the right-wing group Proud Boys,...
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2020 Jul 9 - 6:52am
Thousands of people gathered in Belgrade and other major cities to protest the Serbian government’s intent to reimpose coronavirus lockdowns. Stones and teargas flew as they clashed with riot police long into the night. Police in Belgrade have reportedly dispersed the bulk of the demonstrators by midnight local time on Wednesday, after nearly five hours of standoffs and clashes with a...
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2020 Jul 9 - 4:34am
A London judge has ordered former British spy Christopher Steele to pay thousands of pounds in damages for not verifying the claims he included in his scandalous Russian dossier, which alleged Donald Trump’s ties with Moscow. Steele was taken to court by Mikhail Fridman and Petr Aven, Russian bankers from Alfa Group, who contested one of the key allegations in the paper – that they...
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2020 Jul 9 - 4:25am
If pregnancy is God’s will, so is erectile dysfunction, argued critics of the new US Supreme Court ruling that allowed employers to exclude birth control from health insurance plans on religious or moral grounds. On Wednesday, the court upheld a Trump administration rule which allows employers to opt out of an Obamacare mandate to cover birth control in their insurance plans. Amid an...
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2020 Jul 9 - 4:16am
Federal agents in hazmat suits raided a church in Florida, and confiscated 22 gallons of a toxic concoction the church was marketing as a cure for Covid-19. The ‘Miracle Mineral Solution’ is in fact a potent industrial bleach. Agents raided the church on Wednesday, making off with a sizable haul of industrial chemicals. According to ABC7 News, local and federal crews found 50 gallons of...
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