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Biden condemns replacement theory, grievances with families in Buffalo
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Biden condemns replacement theory, grievances with families in Buffalo

WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden said "white supremacy is a poison" and vowed "hate will not prevail" during a Tuesday trip to Buffalo, New York, where he grieved with family members of 10 victims killed Saturday in a racially motivated mass shooting at a supermarket."What happened here is simple, straightforward terrorism," Biden said. "Domestic terrorism inflicted in the service of hate and a vicious thirst for power that defines one group of people being inherently inferior."Biden and first lady Jill Biden met with families of the shooting victims, who ranged from 32 to 86 years old. Most were Black, either shopping or working at a Tops Friendly Market in one of Buffalo's highest concentrated African American neighborhoods. The slain included a civil rights advocate, a deacon and ...
Jake Daniels must find a balance between being a footballer and a role model |  Soccer
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Jake Daniels must find a balance between being a footballer and a role model | Soccer

I've often been asked how long it would take for a current English male professional footballer to come out as gay. Would it be a famous international player? Or someone at the very start of his professional career, such as Jake Daniels, who plays for Blackpool in the Championship? That Jake is the first is a huge step forward, but the fact it's such big news is also something the media needs to reflect on. We all play a big part in that.My immediate reaction was that he needs support. Because coming out is such a personal decision, a life-changing experience, and you have to understand when is the right moment. For Jake, it's at the age of 17; for me it was at 31, shortly after retiring.The idea of ​​coming out while still playing went through my mind. I tried to prepare for it...
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What are Elon Musk’s options in the Twitter takeover deal? | Twitter

Elon Musk has said his $44bn (£35bn) planned takeover of Twitter cannot progress until the microblogging platform proves that fewer than 5% of its users are fake or spam accounts. There is a strong chance the world's richest person could try to walk away from the deal or to negotiate a lower price than the agreed $54.20 a share.This raises questions about what actions Musk can take under the terms of the deal. I have signed last month with Twitterwhich experts say gives the Tesla chief executive limited room for manoeuvre. Is the deal legally binding?Yes it is, and it is very detailed. For all the talk from Musk of putting the deal on hold or negotiating a lower price, he has committed himself to the takeover at $54.20 a share by signing a formal agreement. It is going to be difficul...
Suspect in Taiwanese church shooting charged with murder, tried to “execute in cold blood” as many as possible, DA says
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Suspect in Taiwanese church shooting charged with murder, tried to “execute in cold blood” as many as possible, DA says

A Las Vegas man accused of killing a man and wounding five others at a Taiwanese church in California on Sunday, allegedly motivated by political tensions between China and Taiwan, was charged Tuesday with murder.David Chou, 68, faces 10 counts that include first-degree murder, five counts of attempted murder and four counts of possessing destructive devices with the attempt to kill or harm, Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer said Tuesday.Spitzer said at a news conference the charges carry penalties that could include death or life without the possibility of parole."This is not a case that I'm ruling out for death," Spitzer said. He added that Chou's case was about a suspect concealing themselves in plain view before ambushing congregants."He did everything he could to fit in...
Suspect charged;  Dr Cheng honored
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Suspect charged; Dr Cheng honored

David Chou, 68, of Las Vegas, was being held on a $1 million bail, according to online court records.Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes said the shooting was a "politically motivated hate incident."Dr. John Cheng, 52, who was killed, was honored for his actions in trying to stop the gunman.Murder and attempted murder charges were filed Tuesday in California against a man who officials say opened fire on Irvine Taiwanese Presbyterian Church members, an attack federal authorities are investigating as a hate crime.David Chou, 68, of Las Vegas, was armed with handguns and Molotov cocktails in the shooting, authorities say. Churchgoers subdued and hogtied him at the Geneva Presbyterian Church in Laguna Woods on Sunday after he fatally shot one congregant and wounded five others gathering for ...
Biden condemns replacement theory, grievances with families in Buffalo
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Biden condemns replacement theory, grievances with families in Buffalo

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden said "white supremacy is a poison" and vowed "hate will not prevail" during a Tuesday trip to Buffalo New York, where he grieved with family members of 10 victims killed Saturday during a racially motivated mass shooting at a supermarket."What happened here is simple, straightforward terrorism," Biden said. "Domestic terrorism inflicted in the service of hate and a vicious thirst for power that defines one group of people being inherently inferior."Biden and first lady Jill Biden met with families of the shooting victims, who ranged from 32 to 86 years old. Most were Black, either shopping or working at a Tops Friendly Market in one of Buffalo's highest concentrated African American neighborhoods. The slain included a civil rights advocate, a deacon a...
The Pentagon has encountered UFOs at least 400 times since 2004
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The Pentagon has encountered UFOs at least 400 times since 2004

Updated Tuesday, May 17, 2022 - 21:11For the first time in more than 50 years, Congress hosted a hearing on UFOs Scott Bray explains in Congress the phenomena of unidentified flying objects.Kevin DietschAFPpentagon They create an office for the analysis of UFOs captured by the US military UFOs From crazy people to state affairs for the US Pentagon officials affirmed this Tuesday before the US Congress that they are sure that their military have met with unidentified aerial objects or phenomena and increased the alerts received since 2004 to 400.For the first time in more than 50 years, Congress hosted a hearing on UFOs in which the US Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security testified, Ronald Moultryand the deputy director of US Naval Intelligence, Scott Bray.During the h...
The works to bring the Badajoz School of Arts and Crafts to San Agustín go out to tender
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The works to bring the Badajoz School of Arts and Crafts to San Agustín go out to tender

This is the main cloister of the convent of San Agustín, which will be rehabilitated to house the 'Adelardo Covarsí School of Arts and Crafts. / todayThe City Council anticipates that the works, for which there is a budget of 2.5 million, will begin in mid-SeptemberThe Badajoz City Council published yesterday the tender to contract the rehabilitation works of the San Agustín convent and turn it into the new headquarters of the 'Adelardo Covarsí' School of Arts and Crafts. With a budget of 2.5 million euros, this is one of the most anticipated works of the investments programmed at Edusi. Work will focus on the main cloister, with the idea of ​​restoring its original structure by removing all the elements that have been added due to the different uses it has had over time. A survivor...
President Zelensky bursts into the opening of Cannes and quotes Chaplin: The cinema cannot remain silent”
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President Zelensky bursts into the opening of Cannes and quotes Chaplin: The cinema cannot remain silent”

Updated Tuesday, May 17, 2022 - 21:04The 75th edition of the Festival opens with the Gran Teatro Lumire standing before an emotional speech about 'The Great Dictator': "Hate will disappear and dictators will die"President Zelensky at the opening of the Cannes Film Festival.Clemens BilanEFECannes Film Festival The Cannes Film Festival kicks off and its director defends it from accusations of discriminating against female directors, being a rusfilo, being a censor and being sold to Hollywood "Cinema cannot remain silent in the face of Russia's attack on Ukraine." The president of Ukraine burst into, rather than just appear, at the opening of the 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival and, perfectly in control of the situation (his situation), the politician who was once an actor set up...
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Neo-Nazi group National Action’s founder faces jail after guilty verdict | crime

The founder of a violent neo-Nazi group created to inspire a race war in the UK is facing jail after being found guilty of continuing to be a member of the organization after it was banned.Alex Davies, 27, who was described in court as the “biggest Nazi of the lot”, formed the group National Action (NA) when he was a teenager and acted as its main recruiter.Members of NA armed themselves with machetes, swords, firearms and crossbows as they plotted “white jihad” across the UK. One man associated with the group was jailed for planning to kill an MP and another was in close contact with a man imprisoned for a racist machete attack on an Asian dentist.Other members took part in provocative rallies up and down the country, dressed in black, delivering Nazi-style salutes and carrying flags ...