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  • Twelve more Ukrainians have come back from Russian captivity
    12 more Ukrainians have come back from Russian captivity. Twelve Ukrainians were freed from Russian captivity: eight military personnel and three civilians, one of whom was missing.Andriy Yermak, the head of the President's Office, announced this on Telegram.https://telegram.org/js/telegram-widget.js?21"Yet another POW trade. We were able to set 12 of our people free. Four... Read more »
  • Sony claims that Microsoft's true strategy is to make PlayStation like Nintendo
    Sony claims that Microsoft's "true strategy" behind its proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard is for PlayStation to "become like Nintendo" and not compete in the 18-rated shooter space.The comments were made in a newly published response to the decision by UK regulator the Competition and Markets Authority to expand its... Read more »
  • Eight grain ships have left Ukraine ports in the last two days
    Eight grain ships have left Ukrainian ports in the last two days.Over the last two days, eight ships carrying 342,000 tonnes of agricultural products have left Ukraine's Black Sea ports for destinations in Africa, Asia, and Europe.Ukraine's Ministry of Infrastructure stated this in a Telegram message.At this time, four vessels... Read more »
  • Tesla is recalling 300,000 vehicles due to a software glitch in the taillights
    Tesla is recalling 300,000 vehicles due to a software glitch in the taillights.Tesla is recalling over 300,000 vehicles in the United States due to a software fault that can cause taillights to go out intermittently, increasing the risk of a collision.The glitch may affect one or both taillights on certain... Read more »
  • VideoKiriko in Overwatch 2 Receives a Lovely Anime Style Clip
    Overwatch 2 Kiriko Image Credit - Dot SportsOverwatch 2 has released a lovely animated short featuring Kiriko, which depicts the Support hero's early memories as well as childhood.Overwatch 2 has released a stunning anime-style video featuring Kiriko. The 45-second video flashed back to the hero's childhood with her kitsune spirit... Read more »
  • VideoPre-orders for the PlayStation VR2 begin today, and you can now register for an invite
    Pre-orders for the PlayStation VR2 begin today, and you can now register for an invite.Sony has officially started accepting PlayStation VR2 pre-orders, which are currently only available in select regions and by invitation only.Players interested in purchasing the PS VR2 can now register their interest, though doing so does not... Read more »
  • United States will continue to supply Ukraine with air defense systems, according to the White House
    United States will continue to supply Ukraine with air defense systems, according to the White House.US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan has condemned the Russian Federation's massive missile attack on Ukraine today, adding that the US will continue to provide Ukraine with air defense systems.In a statement made public by... Read more »

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  • Spain vs Germany LIVE: World Cup 2022 latest updates
    Spain coach Luis Enrique expecting “open game” against Germany Spain look to continue their winning start to the World Cup as they take on Germany in a critical Group E clash. Luis Enrique’s Spaniards have firm control of the group following their 7-0 demolition of Costa Rica in their opening... Read more »
  • Rioters set blazes and pelt cars with bricks in Brussels after Belgium lose to Morocco at World Cup 
    Belgian riot police fire tear gas and water cannons at violent crowds setting fires and smashing cars in Brussels as world No2 side Belgium LOSE to Morocco 2-0 in another major Qatar World Cup upset Police sealed off parts of the city, deployed water cannons and fired tear gas Dozens... Read more »
  • Feast And Famine For Disney At Thanksgiving Box Office
    Thanksgiving often serves up a feast of new family movies at the box office, but the Walt Disney Co.’s animated offering “Strange World” fizzled with audiences out of the gates. The production, which carried a reported $180 million budget, grossed just $18.6 million in ticket sales in its first five... Read more »
  • Fauci on Covid lab leak theory: ‘I have a completely open mind’
    “Even when there’s nothing to hide, they act in a suspicious, non-transparent way,” Fauci said of the Chinese government. A report this fall from Vanity Fair and ProPublica, which said the Wuhan Institute of Virology dealt with an unspecified emergency at the time Covid-19 began, brought back to the forefront... Read more »
  • Facing virus trifecta, health officials project cautious optimism
    “One bit of good news just in the last week — we’ve seen RSV peaked and maybe turn down,” Jha told host Martha Raddatz. “I’m obviously hopeful that that trend is going to continue.” Anthony Fauci, the retiring head of the NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and... Read more »
  • Medicine Man display: Wellcome Collection museum in London shuts ‘racist and sexist’ medical history exhibition
    A London museum says it is closing one of its key exhibitions for good after admitting the display “perpetuates a version of medical history based on racist, sexist and ableist theories and language”. The Wellcome Collection’s Medicine Man gallery includes objects relating to sex, birth and death, and anatomical models... Read more »
  • U.S. Soccer briefly scrubs emblem from Iranian flag in World Cup posts
    The U.S. Soccer Federation briefly displayed Iran’s national flag on social media without the emblem of the Islamic Republic, saying the move supported protesters in Iran ahead of the two nations’ World Cup match Tuesday. Iran’s government reacted by accusing America of removing the name of God from its national... Read more »

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  • Geneva Chapter on counter-terrorism raises China blocking UN move to designate global terrorists
    Geneva [Switzerland], November 27 (ANI): The International Centre against Terrorism, Geneva raised the issue of China blocking the United Nations' move to designate global terrorists while paying tribute to the 26/11 victims of the Mumbai terrorist attacks on its 14th anniversary. The group organised an important conference on "Let's raise... Read more »
  • Anti-lockdown protests break out in China
    Footage shows demonstrators in Shanghai, Wuhan and other cities demanding an end to harsh zero-Covid policiesProtests broke out in China this weekend, with demonstrators in Shanghai, Wuhan, Beijing and other locations demanding an end to the government's stringent Covid restrictions. Videos shared on social media purportedly show some protesters calling... Read more »
  • West Bengal: Four injured in bomb blast, BJP hits out at TMC
    North 24 Paraganas (Kolkata) [India], November 27 (ANI): Four people were injured after several bombs exploded at the Jagaddal area in West Bengal's North 24 Parganas district on Saturday, reportedly over the issue of high volume of a loudspeaker, the police said. All injured people who sustained injuries were admitted... Read more »
  • Social innovator Sonam Wangchuk awarded Dr Paulos Mar Gregorios Award
    New Delhi [India], November 27 (ANI): Sonam Wangchuk, the engineer from Ladakh whose life story inspired Bollywood film 3 Idiots, was on Sunday awarded the seventh Dr Paulos Mar Gregorios Award by former Vice President Venkaiah Naidu. Instituted by the Sophia Society of the Malankara (Indian) Orthodox Church, the award... Read more »
  • Terrorism is vote bank for Congress: PM Modi in Gujarat
    Kheda (Gujarat) [India], November 27 (ANI): In the run-up to the Gujarat Assembly polls slated for next month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday attacked the Congress on the issue of terrorism, saying the Congress, which raised questions on the surgical strike, considers terrorism as its vote bank. PM Modi... Read more »
  • "We asked Congress govt to target terrorism, instead they targeted me:" PM Modi in Gujarat
    Kheda (Gujarat) [India], November 27 (ANI): In a scathing attack on the Congress ahead of the Gujarat Assembly election, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said terrorism was at its peak during the Congress rule and the party targeted him instead of terrorists because of vote bank politics. Addressing a... Read more »
  • Russia-Ukraine conflict to blame for fewer migratory birds in Haridwar this winter: Expert
    Haridwar (Uttarakhand) [India], November 27 (ANI): With a harsh winter setting in over the North Pole, migratory birds from Russia have started flocking in to Haridwar in Uttarakhand, thousands of miles away from their original habitat. However, the exotic fowls flying in from far-off lands are a little less in... Read more »

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  • Pakistan Arrests Senator Over Anti-Military Tweets  
    Authorities in Pakistan arrested an opposition senator Sunday for launching what they said was a “highly obnoxious campaign of intimidating tweets” against the country’s outgoing military chief and other officers. Azam Khan Swati, who represents the opposition Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party in the upper house of parliament, was picked up... Read more »
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  • Key US Lawmakers Vow Continuing Ukraine Support 
    Newly empowered U.S. Republican lawmakers set to take leadership roles in the House of Representatives in January promised Sunday that Congress would continue to support Ukraine militarily in its nine-month fight against Russia but said there would be more scrutiny of the aid before it is shipped to Kyiv’s forces.... Read more »
  • 2 Dead in Italian Landslide, 4 Injured,  
    Italian rescue workers are continuing their search for victims of Saturday’s landslide on the island of Ischial. Authorities say at least two people have died in the mud-induced landslide in the town of Casamicciola that also injured four, and displaced 167. There was confusion earlier over the death toll, when... Read more »
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  • Angry About Lockdowns, Chinese Protesters Call for Xi’s Resignation 
    Protesters pushed to the brink by China's strict COVID measures in Shanghai called for the removal of the country's all-powerful leader and clashed with police Sunday as crowds took to the streets in several cities in an astounding challenge to the government. Police forcibly cleared the demonstrators in China's financial... Read more »

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  • Carrefour still sells beef tied to Brazil deforestation: NGO
    Paris (AFP) Nov 25, 2022 French retail giant Carrefour is still selling Brazilian beef products linked to destruction of the Amazon rainforest despite committing to end such sales, the US activist group Mighty Earth said Friday. Carrefour suspended beef supplies from two slaughterhouses owned by the JBS company that were... Read more »
  • Two dead as Saudi storm closes schools, cuts main road to Mecca
    Riyadh (AFP) Nov 24, 2022 At least two people died on Thursday as heavy rains hit western Saudi Arabia, including the coastal city of Jeddah, delaying flights and forcing schools to close, officials said. "Two deaths have been recorded so far, and we call on everyone not to go out... Read more »
  • There's an ocean of difference in our water needs
    Madison WI (SPX) Nov 25, 2022 A new study of thousands of people reveals a wide range in the amount of water people consume around the globe and over their lifespans, definitively spilling the oft-repeated idea that eight, 8-ounce glasses meet the human body's daily needs. "The science has never... Read more »
  • Scientists discover five new species of black corals deep below the pacific off the Great Barrier Reef
    Washington DC (SPX) Nov 25, 2022 The big idea: Using a remote-controlled submarine, my colleagues and I discovered five new species of black corals living as deep as 2,500 feet (760 meters) below the surface in the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea off the coast of Australia. Black corals... Read more »
  • Global wildlife summit approves shark protections
    Panama City (AFP) Nov 25, 2022 Delegates at a global summit on trade in endangered species on Friday approved a plan to protect 54 more shark species, a move that could drastically reduce the lucrative and cruel shark fin trade. Members of the requiem shark and the hammerhead shark families... Read more »
  • 'Where are the mackerel?' Alarm as Bosphorus fish stocks crash
    Istanbul (AFP) Nov 25, 2022 Despondent Sunday anglers watch crestfallen as a trawler winches an enormous net out of the waters of the Bosphorus. "Clear off!" they shout from the shore, impatient to get their hooks back into the depths of the strait that runs through Istanbul. "I have been... Read more »
  • 525-million-year-old fossil defies textbook explanation for brain evolution
    Tucson AZ (SPX) Nov 25, 2022 Fossils of a tiny sea creature that died more than half a billion years ago may compel a science textbook rewrite of how brains evolved. A study published in Science - led by Nicholas Strausfeld, a Regents Professor in the University of Arizona Department... Read more »

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