Day: December 29, 2021

World News

Sale of Weston ambient bakery business closes

Weston finishes $ 375M to sell the bakery business Original Article reposted fromSource link Disclaimer: The website autopost contents from credible news sources and we are not the original creators. If we Have added some content that belongs to you or your organization by mistake, We are sorry for that. We apologize for that and […]

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Russia and Belarus to hold joint war games early next year

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced on Wednesday that Russia and Belarus would play a key role in a joint war early next year. Speaking at a meeting with Lukashenko in St Petersburg, he added that the military had consolidated information. Original Article reposted fromSource link Disclaimer: The website autopost contents from credible news sources and […]

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Gadget

Others must be held accountable – Maxwell accusers give reaction to verdict

Ghislaine’s oppressive opponents Maxwell said “some should be held accountable” after being found guilty of trafficking young girls in order for Jeffrey Epstein to abuse them. Virginia Roberts, also known as Virginia Giuffre, said she had “experienced the horrors of Maxwell’s violence” and praised the four women who testified against the 60-year-old during her trial […]

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Denver ‘shooter’ Lyndon McLeod ranted about wanting to ‘go out and wreak havoc’ before ‘killing 5 in rampage’

GUN gunman Lyndon McLeod spoke of wanting to “get out of the abyss” years before the shooting that killed five people. A 47-year-old boy has been sitting was identified by police as a suspect in a the explosion of death in Denver and Lakewood, Colorado Monday. 5 Lyndon McLeod who is thought to be a […]

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Federal government silently 'gave up' on COVID Alert app months ago due to low uptake

Breadcrumb Trail links Canadian politics The revelation from Newfoundland by the Ministry of Health in Labrador comes as the country grapples with a growing number of new COVID-19 infections led by the Omicron brand. Reporter: Christopher Nardi Date of publication: Dec 29, 2021 • 3 hours ago • 3 minutes reading • 60 Comments The […]

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Tech

Massachusetts Supreme Court Tackles Law Enforcement Use Of Cell Tower Dumps

from collect-all dept After many years they have been a go to the tool to bring lawmakers back to the suspects, the Massachusetts Supreme Court upholds cell towers disappear. Loss of mobile towers can often be done by subpoena alone. Gives researchers access to all the phones that were in the platform area at times. […]

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Miami’s Big Orange Won’t Rise For NYE Countdown After Assembly Team Contracts COVID-19

raquel harris December 29, 2021 Stories Miami famous Great Orange it will not be rising in the coming new year after the conference team was found with COVID-19. Tuesday, Miami Officials have announced that Big Orange will be in place instead of waking up to the New Year’s resolution. Each year traditionally, Big Orange passes […]

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How the title race stands now…

Lucky for Man City at the end of 2021 – but where are Chelsea and Liverpool after the recent Premier League games? In the middle of the week, when Liverpool lost to Leicester and Chelsea were reclaimed by Brighton’s final goal, Manchester City outscored eight points at the top of the table with a 1-0 […]

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Brentford 0-1 Manchester City: Pep Guardiola says title race not over despite eight-point lead

City have scored 113 goals in the Premier League in 2021 and are the highest-scoring teams in a year since 1960. Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says Premier League competition is a long way off despite his team ending in 2021 with eight points above the table after defeating Brentford. When Chelsea were drawn 1-1 […]

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Meghan Markle latest news – Prince Harry & Meg ‘may not get full £18m Spotify payment’ after making just ONE podcast

MEGHAN & Harry may not get their full fee from Spotify after the couple made just ONE 35 minute podcast since signing with the giant in December 2020. Media lawyer Ian Penman, who specialises in music streaming contracts, has suggested the Duke and Duchess’ podcasts are likely to have been less popular than Spotify expected. […]

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