The Daily Populous

Monday July 25th, 2022 day edition

image for Moldova ‘very worried’ about Russia invasion: ‘nobody is safe’

Russia invaded Ukraine in late February.

After an initial defeat in the western part of the country, Russia has made significant gains in the east, including the capture of key cities in the Luhansk region.

Russian troops are hoping to seize the eastern Donbas, the industrial heartland of Ukraine, and secure a land bridge to the Crimean Peninsula.

Doing so would give them access to Transnistria, a breakaway region supported by Russia that declared itself independent after a brief military conflict in 1992.

“We are very worried, especially considering that troops are on the territory of the secessionist Transnistria region,” Gavrilița said.

During the war in Ukraine, Moldova has sheltered around half a million Ukrainian refugees, at one time hosting more refugees per capita than any other country.

Gavrilița on Sunday said Putin’s aggression has created a “difficult situation” for other European countries, not just Moldova. »

Florida school board rejects new sex ed textbooks

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(CNN) The board of Florida's largest school district has rejected new sexual education textbooks that it approved three months ago.

The 5-4 vote by the Miami-Dade County School Board on Wednesday leaves students without a sex ed curriculum.

In April, the board approved middle school and high school versions of the Comprehensive Health Skills textbook. »

Ubisoft’s Roller Champions will soon be cancelled, it’s claimed

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Ubisoft’s free-to-play sports title Roller Champions will soon conclude development, just months after launch, it’s claimed.

Speaking on the Xbox Era podcast, Giant Bomb journalist Jeff Grubb claimed that “Roller Champions is gonna be cancelled after Season 3,” reading a message from a source.

Announced in 2019 and launched in May 2022, Roller Champions is a free-to-play online sports game developed by Ubisoft Montreal. »

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Says GOP 'Should Be Christian Nationalists' Party

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene speaks at the Turning Point USA Student Action Summit held in Tampa, Florida, on Saturday.

The Republican Party’s primary focus this year should be on making the political party one of Christian nationalism, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) said Saturday.

Greene, who is known for her vocal religious beliefs and for imposing them on others, said the Republican Party should conform to Christianity to make it easier to identify with and sway Christian voters. »