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Reptiloids at the helm of the UN? Twitter split after CGI dinosaur lectures humans on downsides of extinction

A CGI dinosaur talking with the voice of fan-favorite actor Jack Black took center stage at the UN’s General Assembly chamber to tell politicians to stop subsidizing fossil fuels and do more to tackle climate change. Read Full Article at

EU migrant crisis: Top French official accuses Belarus’ President Lukashenko & his family of organizing ‘human trafficking’

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko and his family are organizing a human trafficking ring and bringing migrants into the EU in an attempt to weaken the Union, France’s Secretary of State for European Affairs has claimed. Read Full Article at

India tests nuclear-capable missile with range of up to 5,000 km following Beijing’s hypersonic rocket trials (VIDEOS)

India has test-fired a nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile which can reach almost all of China, just weeks after it was reported that Beijing undertook a successful hypersonic missile test this summer. Read Full Article at

Comparing Soviet Union to Hitler’s Nazi Germany could land Russians in jail under new plans put forward by country’s ruling party

Equating the leadership of the Soviet Union with Adolf Hitler’s wartime regime could lead to arrests and hefty fines in Russia, under new plans currrently being drawn up by the country’s parliament to protect historical memory. Read Full Article at

‘This is so awful’: US women’s team captain Megan Rapinoe slams bill banning transgender girls from competing as ‘beyond words’

Women's football superstar Megan Rapinoe has expressed her disgust at the passing of a bill in Texas banning transgender girls from participating in female sports at school. Read Full Article at

Australian farmers would have had to gun down their cattle if government imposed methane-emission limits by 2030, deputy PM says

Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has said the country’s farmers would have to “grab a rifle” and shoot their cattle to curb methane emissions if the government’s ‘Net Zero’ plan did not have a livestock exclusion. Read Full Articl

Beijing says it ‘firmly opposes’ US-Taiwan military contact, after Taipei admits presence of US troops

Beijing has warned the US against military contact with Taipei and “interference in China’s internal affairs,” after the island’s leader confirmed that a small number of US troops are stationed in Taiwan. Read Full Article at

Palantir co-founder condemned after calling men who take paternity leave ‘losers’

Joe Lonsdale, the co-founder of controversial analytics company Palantir, is facing heavy backlash after calling men who take time off work to look after their newborn children “losers.” Read Full Article at

Man who organized flight that killed star Sala convicted of endangering safety of an aircraft as group condemns ‘unlawful’ journey

Emiliano Sala's family have welcomed a guilty verdict on the organizer of his tragic final fight, with a jury ruling that the businessman endangered the safety of the aircraft that crashed into the English channel in January 2019. Read Full Article at

UK teenager sentenced to 35 years in prison for killing two sisters in demonic 'sacrifice' to enable him to win the lottery

A teenager in the UK has been sentenced to at least 35 years in prison for murdering two sisters in a brutal stabbing that, a court heard, was part of a «contract» he'd made to offer a sacrifice to a demon to secure a lottery win. Read Full Articl

European energy crisis caused by impulsive transition from fossil fuels – Rosneft boss Sechin

Rising fuel costs in Europe highlight the serious risks of impulsive energy transition and negligent attitude towards traditional energy, according to Igor Sechin, head of Russian state-run oil giant Rosneft. Read Full Article at

‘I am not a racist’: South African cricket star De Kock relents over refusal to take a knee, apologizes to teammates

South African cricketer Quinton de Kock has reversed his decision not to take a knee prior to games in the ongoing T20 World Cup after a mini media storm was ignited within the sport when he initially defied team orders to do so. Read Full Article at

There’s magic in space you can’t even imagine let alone recreate, Russian movie director who was first to shoot in orbit tells RT

Klim Shipenko has insisted that going to space to shoot footage for a feature film was a transformational experience. There are some ideas you simply cannot come up with down on Earth, according to the pioneering Russian director. Read Full Article at

Eyeing the rise of identity and gender politics in the West, Putin’s new vision for Russia is as Europe’s last conservative nation

For centuries, there’s been talk of Russia converging on the West, emulating it. Now, though, divergence is the new name of the game, and, as Vladimir Putin said last week, the West is moving in a direction Moscow won’t follow. Read Full Article at

‘The fake always get exposed’: Boxing bad-boy Jake Paul eviscerates Claressa Shields after her first ever pro combat sports loss

Novice boxer Jake Paul has slammed multiple-weight world champion Claressa Shields after the two-time Olympic gold medalist was defeated in her second-ever MMA bout as part of a PFL event on Wednesday night. Read Full Article at

European Parliament to require that lawmakers and staff show valid Covid pass before entering – reports

The EU's Directorate General for Personnel has informed lawmakers and staff they will have to show a Covid pass to enter parliamentary buildings in Brussels, Luxembourg or Strasbourg from November 3, according to media reports. Read Full Article at

40,000 cases, 1,159 deaths: Russia sets Covid-19 daily record as Moscow shuts down hospitality & retail for first time since 2020

Russia's coronavirus headquarters reported a record number of pandemic deaths and cases on Thursday, the same day as Moscow shut down restaurants and retail in an attempt to curb the spread of Covid-19 throughout the capital. Read Full Article at

Forests have become net carbon emitters, researchers say, blaming human activity and climate change in UNESCO sites study

Forests situated within at least 10 UNESCO World Heritage sites have become net carbon sources over the past 20 years due to pressures from human activity and climate change, according to a recently published study. Read Full Article at

Better pronoun usage won’t help US counter hypersonic missiles, congressman says, urging intelligence to focus on security threats

The US intelligence community’s focus on “woke obsessions” like “pronoun etiquette” and “white rage” has affected its ability to effectively tackle national security challenges, congressman Devin Nunes (R-California) warned. Read Full Article a

Daily Mail scrubs fake claim black actress was removed from Dune posters in China, but other MSM outlets still run with it

A demonstrably false claim that Dune posters in China had a black character removed – presumably to appeal to racist audiences – had spread across the Western mainstream media like fire. Read Full Article at

France detains UK trawler in English Channel as row over fishing licenses heats up

The French authorities have detained a UK boat amid a dispute over fisheries. Paris warned it would sanction the UK next week if London doesn't grant French trawlers more licenses to operate in its waters. Read Full Article at

NYC firefighter union boss calls on members to DEFY city’s vaccine mandate & ‘report for duty’ regardless of vax status

A major firefighter’s union in New York City has urged its members to show up for work even if they are unvaccinated, effectively asking them to defy the Big Apple’s controversial new Covid vaccine mandate for public employees. Read Full Article at

Brink of history: Vladimir Putin congratulates Dina Averina after gymnastics great becomes world champion for a 15th time (VIDEO)

Dina Averina is close to becoming the most successful rhythmic gymnast in the history of the World Championships in individual events, earning recognition from Russian president Vladimir Putin after securing a 15th world title. Read Full Article at

US states placing orders to begin vaccinating children, White House says, as regulators poised to approve Pfizer jab for kids 5-11

Several US states have already put in orders for Covid-19 vaccine doses in preparation to immunize millions of children, the White House said, as the FDA is expected to greenlight the Pfizer formulation for kids as young as five. Read Full Article at

‘You are helping us move forward’: Barca ace Pique praises Josh Cavallo as Aussie becomes first male pro to ‘come out’ as gay

Adelaide United star Josh Cavallo has received the unanimous backing of several major figures in the football world after the Aussie became the first male professional player in the world to announce that he is gay. Read Full Article at

Taiwanese leader has ‘faith’ US will defend them from China, says some American troops are on island

Taiwan’s president Tsai Ing-wen said she had faith the Biden administration would ride to Taipei’s defense in case of an attack from the mainland, and even confirmed US troops had a presence on the island, albeit a small one. Read Full Article at

Gone-ald Koeman: Barcelona sack boss less than 2 months after he claimed he had saved club... and fans want Xavi to replace him

Barcelona fans have called for club legend Xavi to step in after beleaguered boss Ronald Koeman was unceremoniously axed following another away defeat in a dismal season on the road in the wake of Lionel Messi's shock departure. Read Full Article at

Fauci hammered by Beagle Freedom Project, threatened with lawsuit over gruesome dog experiments

Top White House medical adviser Anthony Fauci has come under fire by another animal rights group over reports of inhumane experiments on dogs. The Beagle Freedom Project hinted it would seek to make such experiments illegal. Read Full Article at

Nuclear arms race ‘stupid,’ Beijing will make sure it can destroy US just ‘ONCE’ – Chinese media boss

Matching the number of nuclear weapons with Washington is a fool’s errand, when all it takes for a successful deterrent is having enough to obliterate the US once, said the editor-in-chief of China’s state-run Global Times daily. Read Full Article at RT.c

Iran agrees to return to nuclear deal talks by end of November – deputy FM

Tehran has agreed to return to the negotiating table in Vienna after months of stalled talks with world powers on its nuclear program. The decision was announced by Iran's deputy foreign minister, but no date was set. Read Full Article at

Hollywood cameraman arrested over Matt Gaetz death threats, as CNN distances itself from former ‘freelancer’

A veteran camera operator was arrested for alleged death threats against Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Florida) and his family, and critics are now highlighting the man’s work history, which included CNN. Read Full Article at

‘Resign in disgrace!’: Republicans eviscerate AG Garland as they accuse him of sending FBI after parents protesting school boards

Republican lawmakers have savaged Attorney General Merrick Garland for doubling down on a memo pitting the federal government against parents criticizing school boards. The GOP accused Garland of waging “political retribution” Read Full Article at

Denying port entry & tightened checks: France unveils list of potential sanctions against UK over fishing licenses row

France has published a list of sanctions it could impose from November 2 unless progress is made in an ongoing post-Brexit fishing row with the UK. The measures include closing ports to British vessels, and tighter border checks. Read Full Article at

Illinois Senate votes to repeal law informing parents of child's abortion in apparent reaction to Texas crackdown

The Democrat-led Illinois Senate has voted to repeal a law requiring a parent to be notified at least 48 hours before their child has an abortion. The bill heads to the House for passage, and Governor JB Pritzker also approves. Read Full Article at

Amid gas supply shortages & surging prices, Putin directs Gazprom to fill EU storage units once Russian domestic demand satisfied

To secure sufficient winter gas supplies for all of Europe, Russian energy giant Gazprom must start increasing volumes in its EU storage units, once it satisfies domestic demand, President Vladimir Putin ordered on Wednesday. Read Full Article at

White man fired from hospital in diversity initiative WINS $10 MILLION discrimination lawsuit

A white senior hospital executive who lost his job in a push to diversify its leadership team has won a $10 million lawsuit, with a federal jury agreeing that his employers fired him based on his race. Read Full Article at

Russia advises countries bordering Afghanistan to shut out NATO forces from region after Taliban takes control after US withdrawal

Moscow has called on Central Asian nations to reject any plans for NATO troops to be stationed in the region around Afghanistan, following the US-led bloc's hurried withdrawal from Kabul and the fall of the city to the Taliban. Read Full Article at

Putin directs Gazprom to fill its gas storage units inside EU once Russian ones are full

To secure gas supply for Europe, Russia's Gazprom is to start increasing the volume of gas in its EU storage units, once it finishes filling those on home soil, Russian President Vladimir Putin told the head of the energy giant. Read Full Article at

‘I’m going to be sick’: Fan horror as fighter screams in pain after excruciating kneebar from Russian star heading for UFC (VIDEO)

An MMA fighter made his opponent scream in agony with a gruesome first-round kneebar submission on UFC president Dana White's Contender Series, earning himself a contract with the world's most high-profile promotion. Read Full Article at

‘Other live rounds’ suspected on Baldwin set, sheriff says, but ‘too early’ to comment on potential charges over fatal shooting

Santa Fe County Sheriff Adan Mendoza has said there were likely “other live rounds” on the ‘Rust’ movie set, where actor Alec Baldwin shot and killed a cinematographer during filming. Read Full Article at
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