The Daily Populous

Wednesday April 20th, 2022 evening edition

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In late February, a few days after Russia invaded of Ukraine, Russia officially threatened to cut off its gas exports to Europe.

This prompted Germany at that time to suspend new sanctions against Russia and led serious speculation among Europeans and their energy future.

In this speculation, Iran certainly helped Moscow to paralyze Europe by using energy and force Europe to react to the campaign to occupy Ukraine.

In this light, Iran, with Russia’s help, has practically turned Europe’s winter into a frozen purgatory.

The gas field (in northern Iran) may pose a serious geopolitical threat to Russia’s dominant role in the European gas market.

In other words, Russia has always tried to prevent Iranian gas enter the European energy market under any circumstances.

Global solidarity, namely the P5+1 alliance, could force the Iranian regime to withdraw from building an atomic bomb in the nuclear talks. »

Police come 40 minutes after public masturbator does

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It took police 40 minutes to arrive, by which time the man had vacated the premises.

When the hair salon owner posted the video to social media, a nail salon responded and said the same man was spotted masturbating and looking through the nail salon window, too.

Long Beach police said they would have more information soon. »

We spoke to HEALTH about their live show inside Elden Ring’s Radahn Festival

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The band is well-respected and has most recently collaborated with the likes of Nine Inch Nails and Lamb of God.

Promotional tweets show off exclusive merchandise that features the band, and amalgamations of some of the game’s most well-known characters: Blaidd and Radahn.

But, we got some shocking responses that might require us to sit and think about the band’s psyche and mental health. »

David Jaffe claims he rejected $100m Tencent deal ‘because I want nothing to do with them’

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Twisted Metal creator David Jaffe has claimed that he rejected an offer from Tencent to direct a game with a $100 million budget because of his views on the Chinese government.

“I was courted by a Chinese company… and I said ‘no thank you’… because you’re Tencent and I want nothing to do with you.

Later in the podcast, as Moriarty and Jaffe discussed the increase in money being invested in studios across the industry, Jaffe elaborated on some of the reasons why he turned down the Tencent deal. »

Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman started 'shouting' at Biden's national security advisor when he brought up Jamal Khashoggi's brutal killing, report says

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MBS erupted at US national security advisor Jake Sullivan when the two men met for the first time last year, WSJ reported.

The crown prince started "shouting" at Sullivan after he brought up Jamal Khashoggi's brutal murder.

Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammed bin Salman erupted at national security advisor Jake Sullivan during a meeting last year when Sullivan brought up the assassination of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi. »