The Daily Populous

Thursday October 22nd, 2020 day edition

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A police officer wearing riot gear then hits a man carrying a backpack with a baton, apparently mistaking him for a protester.

A man in the crowd wearing a grey hoodie, allegedly another undercover police officer, shouts, “Don’t hit him!

The man in the hoodie and the officer in riot gear then begin trading blows before being separated by other police officers.

The fight occurred in the Taman Anggrek parking lot near the site of a rally against the Job Creation Law on Jl.

Kuswahyudi said some 20 protesters had been detained at the Jambi Police headquarters.

Imam Badawi of the Jambi Students’ and People’s Alliance lamented the police brutality and media reports that framed the students as vandals.

Universities in Jambi have not made a statement about police brutality against student protesters. »

U.S. Intel Accuses Iran and Russia of Election Interference

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The U.S. government on Wednesday publicly accused Russia and Iran of separately interfering in the 2020 election, using information they each obtained on American voters.

Ratcliffe, who was chosen by President Trump to oversee the nation’s intelligence agencies, said Iran’s activity was designed to hurt Trump.

Officials did not say how Russia or Iran obtained the voter files, or that they had hacked U.S. voting systems — as Russia had in the run-up to the 2016 election. »

Mark Ruffalo Says Kevin Feige Was Ready to Leave Marvel If Disney Refused MCU Diversity

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In a new interview with The Independent, MCU staple Mark Ruffalo says Feige fought long and hard against Disney executives to get the MCU to an inclusive place.

The battle between the two parties dates back to at least the first “Avengers,” which opened theatrically in 2012.

“When we did the first ‘Avengers,’ Kevin Feige told me, ‘Listen, I might not be here tomorrow,’” Ruffalo said. »

Why the U.S. Navy Manages a Forest

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The incoming weather begins to sway the uppermost branches of the tallest trees, delicately blending with the last calls of the whippoorwill.

Naval Support Activity Crane’s more than 50,000 acres of forest have been sustainably managed for more than six decades.

The management goals of this forest fit perfectly with the ability to provide large white oak trees for this great, heritage rich, cause. »

Nasa to make major announcement of ‘exciting news’ about the moon

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Nasa will hold a major event to announce an “exciting new discovery” about the Moon, it has said.

It also said that the discovery had come from the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, or Sofia.

The telescope instruments at the centre of the flying observatory gather infrared light, meaning it can “pick up phenomenon impossible to see with visible light”, Nasa noted in its announcement. »