The Daily Populous

Tuesday September 13rd, 2022 morning edition

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Pechorin's last public appearance reportedly occurred at the Eastern Economic Forum, held from September 5 to 8 in Vladivostok.

The Daily Mail reported that Pechorin spoke during a session called, "Everyone has their Own Route: The Logistics of a Changed World.".

His death follows that of the corporation's former CEO, Igor Nosov, 43, who reportedly died suddenly from a stroke in February.

In December of 2021, Yegor Prosvirnin—founder of nationalist website Sputnik and Pogrom—fell out of a residential building in Moscow and died.

He also was part of the development of the United Far Eastern Airlines that was created in 2021.

Countries like China and India have helped Russia's cause by remaining as energy customers since Russia invaded Ukraine.

Newsweek reached out to the Corporation for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic for comment. »

Oklahoma inmate suing over alleged "Baby Shark" torture found dead in his cell

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John Basco, 48, was found unresponsive in his cell early Sunday morning, Oklahoma County Detention Center officials said in a news release.

Basco's death is the 14th this year at the jail, which has faced criticism over inmate deaths, escapes and other incidents.

"One of the 'Baby Shark' victims is conveniently dead within three days of his arrival at the jail. »

Ubisoft clears up confusion over listing which claimed Assassin's Creed Mirage had "real gambling"

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"Following the announcement of Assassin's Creed Mirage during Ubisoft Forward, some store pages mistakenly displayed the game for preorders with an Adults Only ESRB rating," a Ubisoft spokesperson told Eurogamer.

"While Assassin's Creed Mirage is still pending rating, Ubisoft wants to reassure players that no real gambling or lootboxes are present in the game.".

Eurogamer has a full Assassin's Creed Mirage preview with much more on what to expect. »

‘This is the future’: rural Virginia pivots from coal to green jobs

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“Around here it’s always been coal, coal, coal, we didn’t hear much about green energy,” said Taylor, who comes from a long line of miners.

This is the future,” said chief electrician Jimmy Rogers, 49, whose family worked on the coal trains in Tennessee.

In Virginia, coal production has declined by 70% since its peak in 1990, and much of what’s left is semi-automated. »

Swimmer finds wedding ring lost in channel 17 years earlier

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Noel Nissen's wedding ring was found by a swimmer in British Columbia's Penticton Channel 17 years after he lost it in the water.

Photo by tung256/ Sept. 9 (UPI) -- A swimmer in a British Columbia channel found a ring that hade been dropped into the water by a man 17 years earlier.

Nissen said he had lost his wedding ring in the channel 17 years earlier. »