The Daily Populous

Tuesday October 26th, 2021 night edition

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Trump supporters attempt to breakdown the fences in front of Congress on January 6, 2021.

They forced their way into the building later that day.

(Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images).

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The sources also say former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, a former House Freedom Caucus member, was deeply involved as well.

Trump also pardoned Steve Bannon, his former White House chief of staff and a key player in organizing the efforts to dispute Trump’s election loss, on the final day of his presidency.

But Rolling Stone’s two sources apparently missed the cut. »

Hate crimes against Asians rose 76% in 2020 amid pandemic, FBI says

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Hate crimes against people of Asian descent rose by 76% in 2020, according to newly republished data by the FBI.

Greenberg said most hate crimes are directed at African Americans, but acknowledged there was an uptick in anti-Asian hate crimes due to COVID-19.

The FBI said 20% of the hate crimes targeted a person's sexual orientation and 13% of the hate crimes that occurred in 2020 were due to religious bias. »

Buzzards that vomit when threatened and leave piles of acidic dropping have invaded a small town and nobody knows why

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Dozens of birds have congregated in the town, and attempts to scare them off using cannons and horns have failed.

Buzzards, which are black or turkey vultures, have a bad reputation but are generally harmless to humans.

Buzzards have descended on a town in North Carolina, and attempts to scare them off with loud cannons and fake effigies have failed, reports say. »

After al-Bayda, the Beginning of the Endgame for Northern Yemen?

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Along with towns in northern Hadramawt, which borders Marib and Shebwa to the east, the three governorates have been functioning as an integrated bloc.

In a signal of its importance, the fighting there has been sharper and more sustained than on most other fronts.

Since late September, the Huthis have used al-Bayda as the launching pad for a multi-front campaign in western Shebwa and northern Abyan. »

Facebook knew it was being used to incite violence in Ethiopia. It did little to stop the spread, documents show

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CNN's publication of these warnings from within Facebook comes seven months after a Facebook team initially shared an internal report entitled "Coordinated Social Harm.".

The report, distributed in March, said that armed groups in Ethiopia were using the platform to incite violence against ethnic minorities in the "context of civil war."

A Facebook page with an INSA-affiliated administrator was also flagged in internal Facebook documents in March, but was not recommended for removal. »