The Daily Populous

Thursday July 25th, 2024 night edition

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These fighting words were uttered by Benjamin Netanyahu—in 2009, when he was running to become Israel’s next prime minister.

A few months after making this promise, Netanyahu took office.

Fifteen years later, Netanyahu is about to address a joint session of the U.S. Congress.

He’ll be the first foreign leader to have done so four times, more even than Winston Churchill.

After all, Netanyahu last addressed Congress in 2015, to lobby against Barack Obama’s impending Iran nuclear deal.

Spoiler alert: Netanyahu did not advance the two-state solution in the years that followed.

The truth is the reverse: What matters are not the words Netanyahu speaks but the actions he ultimately takes. »

Russia Is Returning Ukrainian POW’s Bodies Without Internal Organs

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The prisoners of war's bodies are returning to Ukraine without internal organs and could be evidence that they are being used for transplants in Russia.

"Today it is already known for sure that we receive the bodies of tortured prisoners of war (during the exchange of bodies).

We receive not only tortured bodies, but bodies that, unfortunately, are without organs. »

Humble Games Lays Off Entire Team

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ORGINAL: Humble Games, the publisher under the Humble Bundle umbrella that is owned by IGN, has reportedly laid off its entire team.

The news of the Humble Games layoffs first came via a social media post by Senior QA Emilee Kieffer.

Insider Gaming has reached out to IGN Entertainment, which purchased Humble Bundle in 2017, and Ziff Davis for comment on the layoffs at Humble Games. »

CrowdStrike offers a $10 apology gift card to say sorry for outage

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On Tuesday, a source told TechCrunch that they received an email from CrowdStrike offering them the gift card because the company recognizes “the additional work that the July 19 incident has caused.”.

A screenshot of the email sent to partners by CrowdStrike after the July 19 incident.

Since the outage began on Friday, CrowdStrike has regularly published updates on its efforts to figure out what caused the mass outage. »