The Daily Populous

Wednesday November 2nd, 2022 morning edition

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Officials: Saudis tell US that Iran may attack the kingdom.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Saudi Arabia has shared intelligence with American officials that suggests Iran could be preparing for an imminent attack on the kingdom, three U.S. officials said Tuesday.

One of the officials who confirmed the intelligence sharing described it as a credible threat of an attack “soon or within 48 hours.”

Iran has alleged without providing evidence that Saudi Arabia and other rivals are fomenting the dissent on its streets by ordinary Iranians.

The U.S. and Saudis blamed Iran in 2019 of being behind a major attack in eastern Saudi Arabia, which halved the oil-rich kingdom’s production and caused energy prices to spike.

The administration has also hit Iran with sanctions for supplying drones to Russia for use in its war in Ukraine.

It includes caps on enrichment and how much material Iran can stockpile and limits the operation of advanced centrifuges needed to enrich. »

God of War Ragnarok to Feature a Transmog Armour System Due to Popular Demand

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It improves on many aspects of its predecessor, 2018's God of War, and in some ways, exceeds them.

Case in point, the inclusion of a transmog armour system, a feature fans were clamouring for but never came to the original, has now been confirmed to be a thing in Ragnarok.

God of War Ragnarok will launch on 9th November, and as the appointed day draws ever closer, the wait gets a little harder. »

Prosecutor: Iowa teens killed Spanish teacher over bad grade

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The two Iowa teenagers were motivated to kill their high school Spanish teacher because of frustration over a bad grade in the teacher’s class, prosecutors said Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022, for the first time in court documents posted in online court records.

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Two Iowa teenagers killed their high school Spanish teacher last year because of frustration over a bad grade, prosecutors said Tuesday in court documents that for the first time reveal a possible motive. »

Scientists Find Potentially Hazardous Asteroid Hiding in the Sun’s Glare

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The asteroids remained undetected until now because they occupy a region of the sky hidden by the Sun’s glare.

Near-Earth Asteroids (NEAs) and Potentially Hazardous Asteroids (PHAs) are two types of near-Earth objects that space agencies like to keep track of.

The camera took deep-field images close to Earth’s horizon during twilight, to combat the Sun’s glare and atmospheric distortions. »

The Supreme Court Is Operating Without a Leash

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Waxman pointed to friend of the court briefs from Asian American students and groups in favor of Harvard’s admissions system, as well as to the lower court’s ruling.

Even as they contemplated affirmative action’s demise, the justices tried to sound out the shape of what would come next.

“You could have viewpoint discrimination issues, I would think, depending on how admissions officers treat essays.” »