The Daily Populous

Monday June 27th, 2022 morning edition

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Controversial former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani was assaulted by a ShopRite worker Sunday while campaigning for his son’s gubernatorial bid in the city’s Staten Island borough.

The 78-year-old Giuliani was slammed in the back by an unidentified ShopRite worker, according to the New York Post.

“I was stunned,” eyewitness Rita Rugova-Johnson told The Post after the attack at the supermarket.

The worker was arrested at the store.

Giuliani was campaigning for his son, Andrew Giuliani, who is in a Republican primary race for governor.

Judges Ken Jeong and Robin Thicke left the stage in protest of Giuliani’s appearance when his identity was revealed.

Giuliani was also subject to ridicule for his unwitting appearance in the 2020 film Borat Subsequent Moviefilm. »

Canada Will Allow Americans To Cross The Border For Abortions: Trudeau

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Trudeau called the court’s decision “horrific” and voiced concern that the ruling could someday allow a rollback of legal protections for gay relationships, including the right for same-sex couples to marry.

Asked if his government would help American women seeking abortions in Canada, Trudeau did not directly respond, but said: “Everyday Americans who find themselves in Canada access our health care system in Canada and that’s certainly something that will continue,”.

Trudeau vowed to continue to stand up for woman’s rights in the U.S. and elsewhere. »

Swiss 'zero star hotel' offers sleepless nights to ponder world's crises

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The Swiss concept artists' hotel room is essentially a double bed on a platform, with two bedside tables and lamps.

They have set up their null stern suite - German for zero star - on a roadside next to a petrol station in the village of Saillon, in the southern Swiss canton of Valais.

The price for an imperfect night's sleep: 325 Swiss francs ($337). »

Republicans Call Abortion Rights Protest a Capitol 'Insurrection'

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Law Enforcement Prevents Insurrection of State Senate While Lawmakers Conduct the People's Work — AZSenateRepublicans (@AZSenateGOP) June 25, 2022.

Arizona Department of Public Safety said a peaceful protest that involved up to 8,000 people rallying outside the Capitol building "evolved into anarchical and criminal actions by masses of splinter groups.".

In Iowa, a truck hit at least two protesters following an abortion rights rally on Friday night. »