The Daily Populous

Tuesday March 12nd, 2019 day edition

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The murder of an enemy of Vladimir Putin was made to look like a “trashy suicide”, his daughter has said as she speaks publicly for the first time.

Natalia Glushkova found the body of her father Nikolai Glushkov, the former Aeroflot deputy director, in his London home a year ago and police have yet to identify any suspects.

In a series of interviews to mark the anniversary, Miss Glushkova said it had all the hallmarks of a targeted hit, with no sign of a break-in and no noise from his normally protective large ridgeback dog.

“I could see some traces of physical harm done to him.

The picture was so trashy,” Miss Glushkova told the Guardian.

“It looked like a cheap set-up of a suicide.

My father was a kind soul, always positive, and a very refined person. »

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John Oliver fights robocalls… by robocalling Ajit Pai and the FCC

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Oliver ended the segment by announcing that he and his staff are sending robocalls every 90 minutes to all five FCC commissioners.

Oliver pointed out that Pai opposed Obama-era FCC anti-robocall rules and "was extremely happy when they were overturned."

Addressing the FCC commissioners, Oliver said, "if you want to tell us that you don't consent to be robocalled, that's absolutely no problem. »

Russia laws ban 'disrespect' of government and 'fake news'

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Russia's parliament has passed two bills outlawing "disrespect" of authorities and the spreading of what the government deems to be "fake news".

Business newspaper Vedomosti also criticised the measures, saying they could threaten online news sites and blogs that quote anonymous sources critical of the government.

Any online article containing "blatant disrespect" for the government or "public morality" will have to be deleted within 24 hours. »

Texas woman, 33, dies after large rock thrown from overpass crashes through car’s windshield

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A Texas woman died Saturday after someone reportedly threw a large rock from a railroad overpass, hitting the car’s windshield and crushing her while her boyfriend and children sat helplessly inside the vehicle.

"[We were] headed back to Waco on 35 northbound, all of sudden something just strikes the window," Rodriguez told KWTX.

Temple police said an unidentified person threw the rock from the railroad track overpass that landed on Flores’ vehicle. »