The Daily Populous

Thursday March 28th, 2019 evening edition

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Video of that incident has now been made public, nearly a year later.

The sow and cubs that the Renners killed were part of a bear study being conducted by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game as well as the U.S. Forest Service.

Because the bears were part of a study, their den was under video surveillance, and the two were caught on camera killing the bears.

Almost a year later, that video was released by the Alaska Department of Public Safety, following a successful public records request made by the Humane Society of the United States.

A. Renner then kills the shrieking newborn bear cubs and discards their bodies away from the den," Alaska State Troopers wrote in the report at the time.

The video has been edited and segments that were potentially more graphic have been removed by the Humane Society.

In January of 2019, the Wasilla father and son were sentenced for killing the bears, and then lying about it to officials after they found out the bear was collared. »

EU States Unanimously Announce: We Do Not Recognize Israeli Sovereignty Over Golan Heights

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The European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini released a statement Wednesday on behalf of all 28 union states saying the EU "does not recognize Israeli sovereignty over the occupied Golan Heights.".

The EU does not recognise Israeli sovereignty over the occupied Golan Heights.

In line with the international law and UN Security Council resolutions 242 and 497, the European Union does not recognise Israeli sovereignty over the occupied Golan Heights," the statement said. »

Woman with ‘mutant’ gene who feels no pain and heals without scarring discovered by scientists

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UK researchers have discovered Jo Cameron's, now 71, remarkable abilities are apparently down to a previously unreported genetic mutation.

Melissa Whiteley, an 18-year-old engineering student from Hanford in Stoke-on-Trent, fell ill at Christmas and died in hospital a month later.

Demand for nurses was 19 per cent higher between July and September 2017 than the same period two years ago. »

Charlie Chaplin: Lifting the sheets on comic king

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This, and the knowledge that Ackroyd is the author of Thames: Sacred River and London: The Biography, makes his narrative position clear.

Ackroyd’s Chaplin is forged from his birth in late Victorian London and his experiences of in the city’s thriving music hall community.

In other words, Ackroyd makes decent enough (but not always wholly credible) claims as to the similarities between Chaplin and Dickens. »

BREAKING: Walt Disney World Theme Parks Banning Smoking Beginning May 1st

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Disney has just posted some brand new park rules and one of them is a complete ban on smoking within all four Walt Disney World Resort theme parks, both Water Parks, and the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

This ban on smoking traditional cigarettes extends to e-cigarettes and other products that produce a vapor or smoke.

Smoking will still be allowed at Disney Springs and at select areas at the resort hotels. »