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Bill to Declassify All Intelligence on Origin of COVID-19 Flies Through Senate, Passes by Unanimous Consent ☞ Independent Journal Review

“’The Director of National Intelligence should declassify and make available to the public as much information as possible about the origin of COVID–19.’ The legislation also requires the DNI to ‘declassify any and all information relating to potential links between the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the origin of the Coronavirus Disease 2019,’ including activities performed by the institute on behalf of communist China’s People’s Liberation Army.”

Alex Murdaugh Convicted of Murder in Shootings of Wife, Son ☞

“Among the state’s strongest evidence was Murdaugh’s admission from the stand last week that he’d lied about his whereabouts on the night of the killings, telling investigators he wasn’t at the dog kennels before the murders. Murdaugh changed his account after the jury listened to audio evidence placing him at the crime scene minutes before it occurred.”

Iran: nearly 100 people executed in first two months of this year ☞ Amnesty International UK

“The figures show an escalating use of the death penalty against persecuted ethnic minorities, with 28 people from Iran’s minority groups among those executed so far this year. Of the minority group members executed so far in 2023, 19 were convicted of drug-related offences, seven of murder, and two of the overly-broad and vaguely-worded charges of ‘spreading corruption on earth’ and ‘enmity against God’, neither of which meet the principle of legality.”

Gazprombank bankers in Switzerland charged with hiding Rusing President Vladimir Putin’s millions ☞ Financial Review

“Accounts opened in Switzerland by the bankers indicated Mr Roldugin had assets of at least $US50 million ($74 million) and planned to funnel more than $US10 million into the country annually through a complex waterfall of shell companies and accounts. “The declared assets were in general in no way plausible as Roldugin’s own assets,” prosecutors state.”

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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.”

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