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Sunday March 6th, 2022 night edition

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Service members of the 35th Separate Naval Infantry Brigade of the Ukrainian Armed Forces take part in troops deployment drills in Odessa, Ukraine, in this handout picture released January 28, 2022.

Press Service of the 35th Separate Naval Infantry Brigade/Handout via REUTERS.

March 5 (Reuters) - Russia's foreign ministry called on European Union and NATO countries on Saturday to "stop pumping weapons" to Ukraine, the Russian RIA news agency said.

It said Moscow was particularly worried that portable anti-aerial Stinger missiles could end up in the hands of terrorists, posing a threat to airlines.

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Personal trainer dies from caffeine overdose after accidentally drinking the equivalent of 200 cups of coffee, reports say

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A 29-year-old personal trainer died from a caffeine overdose in 2021, an inquest heard.

He ingested up to 5g (0.2 oz) of caffeine powder, which is equivalent to up to 200 cups of coffee.

A personal trainer died from an overdose after accidentally ingesting a powder with caffeine levels equivalent to up to 200 cups of coffee, an inquest heard, per reports. »

Brian Beck, Accused Of Raping 14-Year-Old, Avoids Jail

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A former sheriff’s deputy in Tennessee who was accused of raping a 14-year-old girl over a period of nearly two years will avoid jail time after pleading guilty to a lesser charge.

Beck was accused of raping the unnamed teenager over a 20-month span beginning in 2016; he was 43 at the time.

Beck also isn’t required to be part of the sex offender registry. »

Calls to boycott Coca-Cola grow after company refuses to pull out of Russia

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Calls to boycott Coca-Cola products reached a fever pitch Friday afternoon as the beverage company reportedly signaled it would continue doing business in Russia amid the invasion of Ukraine.

“This shameless company continues to work for the invaders in full strength,” the Ukrainian supermarket chain Novus said in a statement, according to the Kyiv Independent.

Russian state-owned news agency TASS reported late Thursday that the Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company, the bottling company with exclusive rights to distribute Coca-Cola products in Russia and 28 other countries, had no plans to cease operations in Russia. »