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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has died at 96: Top Story

Following a summer at Balmoral — the world’s longest reigning monarch has died after a life suited for the history books. According to Bazaar Daily UK, Queen Elizabeth died inside of her beloved Balmoral home after concerns that her health had entered its final stages. The monarch reportedly died surrounded by her most beloved family members. This page will be updated as more information continues to emerge. King Charles III immediately became the new monarch as a result of his mother’s death.
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Brazil ‘s dictator in chief Bolsonaro is going to test democracy this week … the world should pay close attention

Attention because it appears that the world is experiencing collectively the rise of fascism almost regardless of what country we're talking about here. Over the weekend, it emerged that Bolsonaro is attempting to essentially stage a coup within Brazil amid widespread reports that voters are preparing to boot him from office next month. The problem is that Bolsonaro has made it clear in the most Trumpian of ways that he doesn't intend to go quietly presumably because if he loses the election he loses the legal immunity that comes with public office. Immunity that has long protected him from prison and dozens of legal issues over his dictatorship and unlawful moves within Brazil and the Amazon rainforest. Pollster information released on Thursday points to a gain by Bolsonaro bu...
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Mexico has responded to reports that its previous government was far more treacherous than known

Mexico 's government has issued a whopping 83 arrest warrants largely for former members of the previous government over their connection to the disappearance of 43 kids. According to Bazaar Daily UK, the previous Mexican government has been found to be responsible for the disappearance and later likely murder of 43 children that ended up getting caught up in their dirty dealings. The indictments included "20 military commanders and troop personnel from battalions 27 and 41 in the city of Iguala, as well as five administrative and judicial authorities from the state of Guerrero; 26 police officers from Huitzuco; six from Iguala and one from Cocula; plus 11 state police from Guerrero and 14 members of the Guerreros Unidos criminal group," according to a statement per CNN.
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An alleged Picasso painting has been seized in Iran

According to the Iraqi News Agency (state run), a Picasso painting has been discovered in the country after a routine drug raid led to a number of arrests. Authorities say that as part of their ongoing security efforts in the country the painting has managed to turn up. "A painting belonging to the international painter Picasso was seized in their possession, estimated at millions of dollars," said Colonel Bilal Sobhi, director of the anti-narcotics media office, in a statement to the INA. He added: "The drug trade is linked to many crimes, including murder, theft, kidnapping, rape, gang formation, corruption and family disintegration, until it reaches the antiquities trade."
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North Korea ‘s Coronavirus problem is getting much worse than what they’re telling the world

' North Korea's struggle with the Coronavirus is apparently much worse than what Korean officials are admitting to the world. According to NBC News, North Korea has recently despite its own claims otherwise has experienced an explosion in cases and hospitalizations. This is worrying among residents and the like considering North Korea is understood not to have its own vaccine program and may not have access to many if any international vaccine programs. Previous sanctions against the country have made it increasingly difficult for the country to be able to access vital services; test and tracing schemes, and general vaccine availability. NBC also reports that the WHO has made numerous efforts to gain further data from the country about its COVID problem but has largely bee...
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Russia is bringing in the Syrians to fight the war they started

Russia 's dirty war is getting dirtier and it will now involve people who aren't even Russian. According to reports, Vladamir Putin has authorized the Russian government to bring in thousands of Syrians to fight against Ukraine in the Russian-led invasion of the country. Estimates place that more than 16,000 people from the Middle East may join the war in the coming days -- but at what point are international powers going to stop this before it is too late? Critics have pounced on the idea with many wondering why Putin is allowed to haul in non-Russians for a Russian led invasion. The AP reports that the idea is being led by the defense department in Russia and its ministers.
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Africa has detected its first polio case in more than 5 years in young girl who is now paralyzed

A major health update for Africa. According to the World Health Organization, a polio outbreak has been declared in Malawi this week after a case was detected in a local young girl. The unidentified girl reportedly had recently returned from the country of Pakistan where it is understood she actually contracted the virus from. The case is understood to have been detected in the Capital city of Lilongwe. Scientists believe that after recent lab tests that the strain in the area matches the one currently going around in Pakistan which is still fighting it off in the endemic stages. 'As an imported case from Pakistan, this detection does not affect the African region's wild poliovirus-free certification status,' WHO regional director for Africa, Dr Matshidiso Moeti said according to...
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Remains found in Florida nature reserve are in fact that of Brian Laundrie: Reports

As it turns out it does in fact appear that suspected killer Brian Laundrie has been found dead. According to FBI officials in Florida, the remains found earlier this week in a nearby nature reserve not far from the Laundrie home --- the suspected killer behind Gabby Petito 's homicide is understood to have died inside the reserve. Officials say that dental records were used to make the identification given that it would've taken an extensive amount of time to make a formal identification any other way. https://twitter.com/FBIDenver/status/1451302161690898435?s=20
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Staff at Wuhan lab allegedly got sick earlier than world knew, leading to questions over the origins of COVID-19

In another major setback for China in its efforts to dispel rumours that it is responsible for COVID-19, a new intel report paints a bleak picture otherwise. According to the Associated Press, a new intel report out this week revealed that staff at the alleged Wuhan lab (where it has long been rumoured that COVID may have originated from) actually got sick dating back as far as November 2019. The new report comes from a previously undisclosed report provided to the Wall Street Journal -- which confirmed that the health officials came down with severe COVID like symptoms (but the report falls short of saying COVID outright.) You can view a non paywall story about this report by clicking here. Though intel officials are warning that the origins may never be fully known even ag...
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Israel ‘s criminal PM Bibi declares attacks on Gaza will go on as long as necessary

A man who should be in jail for multiple crimes is leading the supposed war against a group his government has declared to be terrorists. According to The Guardian, Bibi has declared that the attacks against the Palestine’s will go on as long as necessary. Necessary only in the eyes of a government who dislikes them just to dislike them. On Saturday, ?? Security Council was due to meet in an emergency meeting but diplomacy has largely failed. Netanyahu’s actions should be considered what they are: crimes against humanity. The White House said Biden had “reaffirmed his strong support for Israel” to defend itself and also “raised concerns about the safety and security of journalists”. But they’ve made little mention of the innocent Palestinian lives lost to Israel’s reign of ...
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China is watching you if you’ve flown into their airport

SHANGHAI — A bombshell revelation from the New York Post is causing quite the stir. According to the Post, Chinese officials quietly created a massive list of Americans who have flown through their airports. Yes that allegedly includes both ordinary people and celebrities including randomly Ashanti. The wide ranging list appears to also contain business and government heavyweights along with others. It is unclear as to why China created the list although suspicions are reportedly abound. Neither the Chinese nor the American government is believed to have acknowledged the report though it is pretty extensive.
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Multiple injuries reported following stabbing at a Canadian library, here’s what you need to know

North Vancouver, Canada -- The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have confirmed this morning that a weekend stabbing is under investigation that occurred at a local library. Police say that at least 1 person is dead with multiple other injured after a random stabbing attack at the library. The violence reportedly happened at the Lynn Valley library branch per a police spokesperson. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has since confirmed that at least 6 people were transported to nearby hospitals.
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Why Indian farmers are so angry about the Modi government’s agricultural reforms

Bhavani Shankar, University of Sheffield India’s farmers have been protesting since the autumn, with a growing intensity that culminated in a violent breaching of barriers in the Red Fort in Delhi during India’s Republic Day celebrations on January 26. The protests were spurred by the passing of a set of agricultural reform bills in parliament in September 2020 that aimed to fundamentally transform the way in which farm produce is marketed in the country. India’s farming population of more than 100 million is comprised largely of small farmers who fear that the reforms will add considerable uncertainty to their already meagre livelihoods. India has historically had a strongly regulated marketing system for agricultural produce, originally devised to enable farmers to sell to ...
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