The Daily Populous

Sunday October 23rd, 2022 evening edition

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The hacktivist group Black Reward published a throve of documents from Iran’s nuclear program Saturday after a 24-hour deadline it had given the government expired.

The group said Friday it had hacked the email system of Iran’s Nuclear Power Production and Development company threatening that it will release the documents if the government does not stop its clampdown on protesters.

It also said that a total of 50 GB data was obtained.

Black Reward earlier had warned that it will publish the data it has obtained within 24 hours unless the Islamic Republic releases all political prisoners and detained protesters.

As the published documents are reviewed and analyzed, we will provide an overview in the coming days.

They further called on experts in related fields and the media to publish investigative reports on these documents.

Earlier in the week, the group also announced that it hacked the emails of managers and employees of Press TV, the government’s international English news channel. »

The Beginning of the End of the Islamic Republic

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They embody the anger that Iranian women and young Iranians feel toward a regime that seeks to stifle their dearest desires.

But in their bravery, the Iranian people have voiced one central request to Western governments: Don’t save the Islamic Republic.

Now, more than ever, it is time for advocates of freedom to think seriously about a world after the Islamic Republic. »

Mark Hamill has sent 500 drones to Ukraine

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Mark Hamill has helped to send 500 drones to assist Ukraine in fending off the invading Russian army, as the military conflict enters its ninth month.

“Very simply: Ukraine needs drones,” said the Star Wars star to host Joe Mathieu in an episode published on Thursday.

On Monday, a group of about 28 kamikaze drones were documented on social media flying over the urban infrastructure of Ukraine’s capital city of Kyiv. »

Ukrainian children say they were taken against their will by Russian forces and placed up for adoption in Russia, where the process has been expedited

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Anya is just one example among recent reports on Russia's efforts to adopt Ukrainian children and raise them as Russian.

US officials in September said Russian authorities had overseen the deportation of thousands of Ukrainian children to Russia, adding the "efforts specifically include the forced adoption of Ukrainian children into Russian families" and "the so-called 'patriotic education' of Ukrainian children.".

US officials also said the efforts involved legislation aimed at expediting the process of granting Russian citizenship to Ukrainian kids and the "deliberate removal of Ukrainian children by Russia's forces.". »