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Georgia: opposition promises “mass hunger strike” until Saakashvili’s release

Thousands of people marched through Tbilisi to demand the release of jailed opposition leader Mikheil Saakashvili. Waving Georgia’s five-cross flag and holding banners that read “Free Saakashvili!” Protesters marched through the Georgian capital before gathering in front of parliament for the rally which coincides with the politician’s 54th birthday. Protesters …

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Huizar refused to tone down suspicion of casino corruption – Daily News

By FRED SHUSTER, City News Service Jose Huizar was reportedly escorted out of a Las Vegas casino while serving as a Los Angeles city councilor after being identified by employees as an elected official and a “politically exposed person” and refusing to certify the source of his money of gambling, …

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Should electrographic crises be treated in newborns?

Treatment of both clinical and electrographic seizures in neonates did not lead to better 2-year survival or neurodevelopment results compared to treating only clinically detected seizures, a randomized trial showed. The odds of death or severe disability were not significantly different between the electrographic seizure group – in which seizures …

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Judge suspends prosecution of man accused of attempting to spy on behalf of China

OTTAWA – A judge has stayed criminal charges against a man accused of breaking Canada’s secrets law because of an unreasonable delay in bringing the case to court. Ontario Superior Court Judge Michael Dambrot delivered the decision in a brief hearing Wednesday, ending Qing Quentin Huang’s long-standing case unless the …

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Afghan health system “on the verge of collapse due to Taliban sanctions” | Global development

Large parts of the Afghan health system are on the verge of collapse due to Western sanctions against the Taliban, international experts have warned, as the country faces epidemics and a growing malnutrition crisis. As the country has experienced a worsening humanitarian crisis since the Taliban took power in August …

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The freedom to simply live your life | Canberra weather

If you are like me, you are desperate to leave your home and go somewhere, especially with the opening of borders and a new phase of freedom. Maybe you want to go on a road trip, go camping, or maybe planning Christmas with your extended family. But with these rediscovered …

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Why Nicaraguan bishops can speak out against a dictator

ROME – In a process widely described as a “joke” and “dubious” by members of the international community, Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega was re-elected last month after jailing his main electoral opponents. Even before the tally was announced, US President Joe Biden said Ortega and his wife, Rosario, the country’s …

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32 Karen Super Titles

* Try to sue people for calling them “Karens”. * I’m willing to bet that we have all, in our lives, have dealt with a Karen. Nickelodeon ESPECIALLY if you have worked in service or retail. Dealing with a Karen is completely maddening – but my God, does it feel …

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Colorado drug seizure, DA calls for tougher fentanyl laws

DENVER – Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid designed to treat severe pain. The United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) estimates that it is 100 times more potent than morphine. Illicit fentanyl is mixed with counterfeit prescription pills, killing Coloradans at an alarming rate. Following a drug seizure in Colorado this …

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Jury makes recommendations in inquest into 2015 death of Iqaluit man in Ontario prison

This week, a jury delivered its verdict and 19 recommendations in the inquest into the death of Mark King Jeffrey, a Nunavut man who died while incarcerated at Beaver Creek Institution in Gravenhurst, Ont. (Submitted by the Office of the Chief Coroner of Ontario – image credit) Mark King Jeffrey …

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