The Daily Populous

Saturday September 11st, 2021 evening edition

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Aid worker Zemari Ahmadi, 43, was driving the 1996 Toyota Corolla that was destroyed in the August 29 drone strike.

The drone strike that the Pentagon claimed killed an ISIS-K suicide bomber in Kabul actually targeted an aid worker who had filled his car with water jugs, rather than explosives, according to a shocking new report.

But he failed to mention the high civilian casualty rate from the August 29 drone strike, and he failed to mention that children had been killed.

'We struck ISIS-K remotely, days after they murdered 13 of our service members and dozen of innocent Afghans.

Faisal Ahmadi, 16, was among the seven children who witnesses say were killed in the strike.

Ramal Ahmadi, centre, is supported by family members at the mass funeral of the 10 victims killed in the drone strike.

Pentagon officials, including General Milley, insist that there was a second blast after the missile strike, proving the vehicle carried explosives. »

World’s biggest factory to suck carbon from the sky turns on in Iceland

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The world’s first and largest factory to capture and convert carbon dioxide from the air into stone began operations in Iceland on Wednesday.

While Climeworks has built 16 installations across Europe, the Orca plant is the only one that permanently captures and stores CO2 rather than recycling it.

The factory is the first direct air capture and storage service with a validated process - awarded mid-June 2021 by independent third-party DNV. »

Affidavit: Texas man murdered woman, shot her husband, because they voted for Biden

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Alvarez, arrested September 8 nearly a year after the murder, is being held at the El Paso County Detention Center.

After Alvarez shot and killed the woman, he allegedly made his way through the detached garage door and entered the backyard.

Furthermore, the email Alvarez allegedly wrote claims he targeted the Kaufmann’s home near Memorial Park because they voted for Biden and had a Biden “flag and a doll of Trump hanging.”. »

Lawrence chiropractor censured, fined $4,000 for flawed COVID-19 advertising

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TOPEKA — The Kansas Board of Healing Arts issued a public censure and $4,000 fine against a Lawrence chiropractor who urged potential clients early in the pandemic to “get adjusted” by a chiropractor to improve prospects of surviving COVID-19.

Her online pitch for delivery of services of a chiropractor was likely to “deceive, defraud or harm the public,” KBHA said.

In term of early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, she said, Kansans should “definitely” come to her clinic if worried about getting sick. »