The Daily Populous

Tuesday September 15th, 2020 day edition

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Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top-infectious disease expert, said he received death threats last month.

Officials in Australia, Sweden, and Germany also reported threats, The Washington Post reported.

Around the world, health officials are facing death threats as they attempt to advise their respective population on ways to reduced or contain the spread of the coronavirus.

Last month, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top-infectious disease expert, said he received death threats because of the "political tone" of the virus.

Anders Tegnell, the "architect" behind Sweden's relaxed coronavirus approach, reported to police he and his family faced death threats.

Grayson County health officials stopped giving updates on social media because the comments were impacting their mental health, WDRB reported.

They resumed two weeks after the threats, and told the outlet they began blocking people to avoid "toxic" information. »

Trump ad asks people to support the troops. But it uses a picture of Russian jets.

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He said it was a composite photo created five years ago and taken in three different countries showing Russian sky, Greek mountains and French ground.

Tomorrow you are this hand,” he joked, saying he found the fact that his photo ended up in a Trump fundraising ad “pretty funny.”.

Last October, Rep. Brian Mast (R-Fla.) tweeted a picture of the Russian battlecruiser Pyotr Velikiy with the comment: “Happy birthday to the US Navy. »

Marilyn Monroe Didn't Actually Pose for the First Issue of 'Playboy'

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Barris also noted that the shoot lasted two hours and Monroe had made Kelley promise she'd look unrecognizable in the photos.

On the release documents for the Red Velvet series, as the images were known, the actress signed her name “Mona Monroe.”

Hugh Hefner holding the first issue of Playboy, featuring Marilyn Monroe on the cover Photo: Rick Maiman/Sygma via Getty Images. »

Possible Marker of Life Spotted on Venus

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An international team of astronomers today announced the discovery of a rare molecule — phosphine — in the clouds of Venus.

Following their observations, they ran calculations to see whether these amounts could come from natural non-biological processes on the planet.

While the discovery of phosphine in Venus’s clouds came as a surprise, the researchers are confident in their detection. »

JK Rowling slammed as new book features a 'transvestite serial killer of women'

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Author JK Rowling has received a backlash for her latest Strike novel which features a cisgender man who wears dresses and kills women.

Metro columnist Ugla Stefanía Kristjönudóttir Jónsdóttir tweeted: "A serial killer in J. K.'s new book is trans.

"She has not spent months demonising and speaking out against trans people - and now publishes a book with a trans person as a violent serial killer. »