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Thursday November 7th, 2019 morning edition

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Washington (AFP) - President Donald Trump's son published on Wednesday the name of the alleged anonymous whistleblower whose complaint fired the impeachment inquiry against Trump, breaking strict conventions for protecting officials who reveal wrongdoing in government.

AFP could not independently verify the whistleblower's identity and is not publishing the name.

But the revelation by the president's son comes as the White House seeks to discredit the mounting impeachment effort in Congress against Trump, painting it as driven by politics.

There is someone with an agenda against Donald Trump," the president tweeted on Monday.

Standing beside Trump at a political rally in Kentucky Monday, Republican Senator Rand Paul threatened to expose the person and demanded they testify in Congress.

"Identifying any name for the whistleblower will simply place that individual and their family at risk," he told AFP. »

The Witcher on Netflix 'leans more towards horror' than fantasy

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The Witcher videogames are fantasy RPGs, based on fantasy novels and short stories written by Andrzej Sapkowski.

But The Witcher series on Netflix "leans more towards horror," visual effects supervisor Julian Parry told SFX magazine (via GamesRadar), because the world of The Witcher is actually pretty horrific—and also because it's easier to manage.

The Witcher will debut on Netflix on December 20. »

Stone Trial Opens With Information Indicating Donald Trump May Have Lied to Robert Mueller

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Roger Stone is on trial, and the proceedings are bad news for President Donald Trump, with federal prosecutors citing evidence that suggests Trump might have lied to Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

“The truth looked bad for the Trump campaign and the truth looked bad for Donald Trump.”.

The Stone trial is expected to last several days, and it may well continue to produce information that, as Zelinsky said, looks “bad for Donald Trump. »

MDMA, Club Drug Known As “Ecstasy” or “Molly”, Shows Promise As PTSD Treatment; Pure Dose in Clinical Trials Nearing Phase for FDA Approval – The Published Reporter

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MDMA, Club Drug Known As “Ecstasy” or “Molly”, Shows Promise As PTSD Treatment; Pure Dose in Clinical Trials Nearing Phase for FDA Approval.

After taking a dose of pure MDMA, Tipton lay in a quiet room with two specially trained psychotherapists.

Unlike street drugs, which may be adulterated and unsafe, researchers use a pure, precisely dosed form of the drug. »