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US to host largest-ever Satanic gathering
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The Satanic Temple group has announced on social media that SatanCon 2023 will take place at the end of April in Boston, Massachusetts. Dubbed the “largest Satanic gathering in history,” this year’s convention will celebrate the Temple’s tenth anniversary. Those who show up to the ‘Hexennacht in Boston’ on April 28, will have to wear “an N-95, KN-95, or disposable surgical mask,”according to the convention website. Other details, such as the exact venue in the “historic downtown,” the schedule of events, or names of speakers, have yet to be provided. After holding the first-ever SatanCon last year in Arizona, The Satanic Temple (TST) is moving the event closer to its international headquarte
Women’s rights group urges UFC boss to step down
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The California Legislative Women’s Caucus rights group has called for UFC president Dana White’s resignation in an open letteraddressed to UFC parent company Endeavor after the release of a video which showed him striking his wife at a nightclub in Mexico on New Year’s Eve. The letter, which is directed to Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel, calls for the “immediate removal of Mr. White as President of the UFC” and is co-signed by 18 state senators and 33 assemblywomen who comprise the political women’s advocacy group. “The head of a major sporting organization cannot claim to be for the safety of women while a video of him striking his wife continues to circulate online without a response from you,”
US making Europeans suffer – de Gaulle’s grandson
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  Washington is profiteering from the “economic war” against Moscow, Pierre de Gaulle has said By fueling the Ukraine conflict and waging a pre-planned economic war against Russia, the US is making Europeans suffer, Pierre de Gaulle, the grandson of former French President Charles de Gaulle, has said. After leading the French resistance against Nazi occupation during World War II, Charles de Gaulle founded the modern French political system and served as president from 1959 to 1969. His grandson, a strategy and corporate finance consultant, said he believes that the Ukraine conflict was incited by the West. “I revolt and protest this intellectual dishonesty in the Ukraine crisis
Ukraine running out of time – former US officials
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Former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and former Defense Secretary Robert Gates have admitted that Ukraine’s economy and military are almost completely reliant on bailouts from the West, and barring a dramatic turnaround, its chances of victory are slipping away. Ukraine’s “economy is in a shambles,” the ex-diplomat and former Pentagon chief wrote in the Washington Post on Saturday. The country’s “military capability and economy are now dependent almost entirely on lifelines from the West,” they continued, arguing that should Ukraine fail to mount a successful offensive in the near future, President Vladimir Zelensky will be pressured by the West to negotiate a ceasefire with Russian
Ronaldo in awkward blunder at Saudi unveiling (VIDEO)
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Cristiano Ronaldo made a slip of the tongue as he was presented to the media by new team Al Nassr, saying he was in South Africa rather than Saudi Arabia.   Ronaldo was unveiled at a glitzy ceremony in Riyadh on Tuesday, where he dismissed claims that heading to the Saudi league was a significant decline for a man who has insisted he is still capable of playing at the very top level.    But while defending his Saudi move, Ronaldo appeared to confuse where he had landed, mistakenly telling the media: “It’s not the end of my career to come to South Africa.” Apart from the geographical mishap, Ronaldo argued that he was as motivated as ever to be joining Al Nassr on a “unique” deal    “In Europ
Morocco, EU Look Forward to Improving Partnership in 2023
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Rabat - Morocco’s Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita met the EU’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell on Thursday, as the two affirmed their intentions to up cooperation in 2023. “This is a visit that paves the way for a year of very dense, very rich cooperation between Morocco and the European Union,” Bourita said during a joint press conference. Morocco received a large number of EU officials throughout 2022, indicating that Rabat and Brussels have strengthened their agreements in all sectors, especially immigration and economic development. Bourita described the EU as a “first choice” strategic partner for Morocco, adding that his discussion with Borrell
Ukraine pressures Israel to ‘take the right side’
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Mikhail Podoliak, the top aide to Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, has urged Israel to overtly side with Kiev after the new foreign minister said he would “talk less” about the conflict and held a phone call with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov. “You can talk less, but the main thing is to take the right side,” Podoliak told Israeli outlet i24on Thursday, insisting that Russia “started the war on its own initiative and without provocation.” “We need to talk a lot about this kind of war, because it is a genocidal war,” Podoliak also said, seemingly contradicting his own argument. Zelensky’s outspoken adviser was reacting to remarks by Eli Cohen, Israel’s new foreign minister, who
Ukraine pressures Israel to ‘take the right side’
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Mikhail Podoliak, the top aide to Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, has urged Israel to overtly side with Kiev after the new foreign minister said he would “talk less” about the conflict and held a phone call with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov. “You can talk less, but the main thing is to take the right side,” Podoliak told Israeli outlet i24on Thursday, insisting that Russia “started the war on its own initiative and without provocation.” “We need to talk a lot about this kind of war, because it is a genocidal war,” Podoliak also said, seemingly contradicting his own argument. Zelensky’s outspoken adviser was reacting to remarks by Eli Cohen, Israel’s new foreign minister, who
Hillary Clinton gets new job
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Former secretary of state and failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has been hired as a professor at Columbia University in New York, where she will instruct students on public affairs and global politics following a long career in government.  The university’s president, Lee C. Bollinger, announced the decision on Thursday, saying the former politician would be appointed “professor of practice” at Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs beginning in February.  Her work will cover “a variety of major initiatives, especially those focusing on global politics and policy and on supporting female leaders,” Bollinger added, also noting she will serve as a presidential fellow
Convicted rapist released after marrying his victim – media
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A convicted rapist in Pakistan has reportedly gotten out of a prison sentence by agreeing to marry the 36-year-old deaf woman whom he assaulted and impregnated in 2020. The Peshawar High Court on Monday rescinded its life prison sentence against Daulat Khan, 23, after he wed the woman whom he was convicted of raping, CNN reported on Thursday, citing the man’s lawyer. The wedding followed an out-of-court settlement that was made through a jirga, a council of local leaders that make decisions based on Islamic law.    Khan also had been ordered to pay a fine of 100,000 rupees ($1,200) over the sexual assault, which occurred in northern Pakistan’s Swat district. The victim, who is reportedly bot
Biden signs $1.7 trillion spending bill
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US President Joe Biden has signed a massive $1.7 trillion spending bill into law, averting a government shutdown after weeks of partisan debate. In addition to funding federal agencies, the legislation contains measures barring TikTok on government devices and around $45 billion in aid to Ukraine. Biden announced the move in a social media post on Thursday night while still on vacation in the US Virgin Islands, saying the bill would cap off a “year of historic progress.”   “It’ll invest in medical research, safety, veteran health care, disaster recovery, [Violence Against Women Act] funding – and gets crucial assistance to Ukraine,” he said. The bill sets aside $773 billion for non-defense d
US storm deaths rise
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The winter storm that hammered more than half of the US over Christmas weekend has killed at least 49 people, according to a tally by the Associated Press. 27 of these deaths occurred in western New York alone. The storm, caused by the collision of warm, moist air from the south with cold, dry air from the north, hit the US east coast from the Great Lakes near Canada to the Rio Grande along the US-Mexico border, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). Out West, an atmospheric river event – caused by a plume of moisture coming inland from the Pacific Ocean – brought heavy rain and snow from Washington down through Oregon and into California on Monday. Some 49 people were killed natio