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Explosive found in checked luggage at Pennsylvania airport, man in custody ☞ ABC News

“The bag also had ‘a can of butane, a lighter, a pipe with white powder residue, a wireless drill with cordless batteries, and two GFCI outlets taped together with black tape,’ the complaint said. Sources familiar with the investigation told ABC News that based on a preliminary assessment, the device contained flammable, explosive components but was not operational and not constructed to go off in flight”

Bola Tinubu declared winner of Nigeria election ☞ CBC News – Canada

“The parties now have three weeks to appeal results, but an election can be invalidated only if it’s proven the national electoral body largely didn’t follow the law and acted in ways that could have changed the result. The Supreme Court of Nigeria has never overturned a presidential election, though court challenges are common.”

Russian Man Arrested for Daughter’s Anti-War Drawing ☞ The Moscow Times

“Following his arrest Wednesday, Moskalev was taken to the Yefremov Investigative Committee headquarters, OVD-Info reported, citing a local volunteer. His daughter, who was left home alone after her father’s arrest, was taken to a foster care facility in Yefremov, according to the watchdog.”

Putin signs bill to suspend last nuclear arms pact with US ☞ ABC News

“Putin had declared a week ago in his state-of-the-nation address that Moscow was suspending its participation in the 2010 New START treaty. He had charged that Russia can’t accept U.S. inspections of its nuclear sites under the pact at a time when Washington and its NATO allies have openly declared Russia’s defeat in Ukraine as their goal. Both houses of parliament quickly ratified Putin’s bill on the pact’s suspension last week. On Tuesday, Putin signed it into law, effective immediately.”

Finland starts construction of Russia border fence – BBC News

“Finland shares the longest European Union border with Russia, at 1,340km (832 miles). At present, Finland’s borders are secured primarily by light wooden fences. Finland decided to build the fence due to a rise in Russians seeking to escape conscription to fight in Ukraine.”

Sunlight reflection (solar geoengineering) must be studied: scientists ☞ CNBC

“More than sixty scientists from prominent institutions are advocating for rigorous study into reflecting sunlight away from the Earth to mitigate the effects of climate change. None of the scientists are endorsing the strategy, which is sometimes referred to as “solar geoengineering” and could have significant negative side effects.”

China Accuses U.S. of ‘Smearing’ the Country After COVID Lab Leak Report Goes Public ☞ RedState

“A laboratory origin of the pandemic was considered to be extremely unlikely’ is a science-based, authoritative conclusion reached by the experts of the WHO-China joint mission after field trips to the lab in Wuhan and in-depth communication with researchers. It was accurately recorded in the mission’s report and has received extensive recognition from the international community.”

Passenger who allegedly stormed plane cockpit gets charge dropped ☞ New York Post

“After the exchange with the flight attendant, Miles said, she got up and walked toward the lavatory, which was in the direction of the cockpit. The passenger said the crew stopped her as she walked toward the lavatory. She said two crew members stopped her and a passenger tried to calm her down before she was allowed to return to her seat. Pilots notified air traffic control that she tried to breach the cockpit as the crew used zip ties to restrain her, WRAL reported.”

‘An Absurdity’: Experts Slam WHO’s Excusal of Misconduct ☞ VOA

“Their review found there were at least 83 perpetrators of abuse who worked for WHO and partners, including complaints of rape, forced abortions and the sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl, in the biggest known sex abuse scandal in the U.N. health agency’s history.”

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