Day: March 5, 2021

biden-faces-new-challenge-as-world’s-two-largest-countries-face-off-in-cyber-feud
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Mar
2021

Biden Faces New Challenge As World’s Two Largest Countries Face Off In Cyber FeudBiden Faces New Challenge As World’s Two Largest Countries Face Off In Cyber Feud

China appears to have targeted India’s power grid in a cybercampaign last year that could further inflame tensions between the two countries and pose yet another challenge for the Biden administration in the Indo-Pacific. During a power outage that struck Mumbai in October 2020, trains shut down and the stock market closed as the city […]

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police-officers-reassigned-after-allegedly-posing,-giggling-near-a-dead-body
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Mar
2021

Police Officers Reassigned After Allegedly Posing, Giggling Near A Dead BodyPolice Officers Reassigned After Allegedly Posing, Giggling Near A Dead Body

Two Canadian police officers who were seen taking photos in front of a dead body have been reassigned while an investigation continues, according to CBC. The two officers were allegedly caught on Feb. 24 by a videographer, Zachary Ratcliffe, who witnessed the duo laughing and taking photos with a dead man on a Vancouver Beach, according to […]

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the-pope’s-visit-to-iraq-inspires-hope-for-the-country’s-christians,-but-without-security,-they-could-become-extinct
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Mar
2021

The Pope’s Visit To Iraq Inspires Hope For The Country’s Christians, But Without Security, They Could Become ExtinctThe Pope’s Visit To Iraq Inspires Hope For The Country’s Christians, But Without Security, They Could Become Extinct

Pope Francis’ upcoming visit to Iraq will happen amid a pandemic and recent rocket attacks targeting air bases in the country, making it an especially dangerous trip. The long-awaited historic visit has been eagerly anticipated by the country’s dwindling Christian population, the future of which could be greatly impacted by the Pope’s activities in the […]

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Mar
2021

Apple App Store Investigated For Allegedly Violating UK Competition LawApple App Store Investigated For Allegedly Violating UK Competition Law

The U.K.’s competition watchdog opened an investigation into Apple’s App Store for potentially stifling competition in violation of British antitrust law. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) initiated the probe after receiving complaints that its terms for app developers are anti-competitive, the watchdog announced Thursday. The CMA said it will investigate whether Apple has a […]

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‘that’s-so-outrageous’:-benjamin-netanyahu-slams-snl’s-michael-che-for-saying-israel-only-vaccinates-jewish-people
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Mar
2021

‘That’s So Outrageous’: Benjamin Netanyahu Slams SNL’s Michael Che For Saying Israel Only Vaccinates Jewish People‘That’s So Outrageous’: Benjamin Netanyahu Slams SNL’s Michael Che For Saying Israel Only Vaccinates Jewish People

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday that a recent monologue by Saturday Night Live (SNL) comedian Michael Che, in which he joked that Israel is only providing the COVID-19 vaccine to Jewish people, was “outrageous.” WATCH: “That’s outrageous,” Netanyahu told “Fox & Friends.” “That’s so outrageous. In fact, I brought vaccines and went especially […]

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Mar
2021

Father Arrested In India After He Was Seen Carrying His Daughter’s Severed Head Father Arrested In India After He Was Seen Carrying His Daughter’s Severed Head 

A man was arrested in India after allegedly beheading his 17-year-old daughter in what appears to be an honor killing, numerous sources reported. Sarvesh Kumar was reportedly captured in a video by police walking toward a police station in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, carrying his daughter’s severed head, the BBC reported.  #UttarPradesh man […]

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Mar
2021

Security Forces Kill 38 Protesters As Anti-Coup Demonstrations Continue In Myanmar: ReportSecurity Forces Kill 38 Protesters As Anti-Coup Demonstrations Continue In Myanmar: Report

Security forces fatally shot 38 anti-coup protesters and severely beat several others in Myanmar Wednesday, the Associated Press reported. People returned to continue demonstrations against the Feb. 1 military coup Thursday, the AP reported. More than 50 civilian protesters have been killed by security forces during largely peaceful demonstrations since Wednesday, U.N. Special Envoy for […]

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Mar
2021

31 Fishermen Rescued Off Sinking Ship, Authorities Say31 Fishermen Rescued Off Sinking Ship, Authorities Say

Authorities rescued 31 fishermen Tuesday night from a sinking vessel 130 miles off the Canadian coastline, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. The Joint Rescue Coordination Center in Halifax, Nova Scotia, notified authorities at approximately 7:05 p.m. Tuesday night at the Coast Guard First District Command Center that the Atlantic Disney, a 143-foot vessel, was […]

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Mar
2021

Archdiocese Addresses $2 Million Given To Retired Cardinal For ‘Ministry Activities’Archdiocese Addresses $2 Million Given To Retired Cardinal For ‘Ministry Activities’

The Archdiocese of Washington addressed $2 million given to retired Cardinal Donald Wuerl for “ministry activities” in a Thursday statement.  The 80-year-old cardinal resigned from his position in October 2018 after evidence of complicity in sexual abuse cover-ups in Pennsylvania. The Daily Caller News Foundation repeatedly asked the Archdiocese of Washington on Wednesday and Thursday […]

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