The Daily Populous

Friday January 6th, 2023 night edition

image for Damar Hamlin update: His first question was 'did we win?' doctor says, days after his cardiac arrest during NFL game

Hamlin scribbled on a clipboard, according to Dr. Timothy Pritts, vice chair for clinical operations at UC Health.

Associates of Hamlin, who had been sedated and intubated, spread news Thursday morning that he had awoken, though details about precisely when he awoke wasn’t immediately available.

He has been holding hands with family in the hospital, his agent Ron Butler told CNN Thursday.

Hamlin was resuscitated and intubated on the field, according to Dr. William Knight IV, a professor with the University of Cincinnati’s department of emergency medicine.

“As they say, practice pays off and it did in this case,” McDermott said at a post-practice news conference devoted to Hamlin.

It is still unclear what caused Hamlin’s cardiac arrest, and the NFL will investigate what could have led to it, its Chief Medical Officer Dr. Allen Sills said Wednesday.

The Sabres also wore “Love for 3” T-shirts honoring Hamlin before the game. »

Should Russia be expelled from Interpol? Espreso

Authored by

Instead, Russia must forward the documents to the General Secretariat so that they can be checked for compliance with Interpol rules.

But as a rogue state, it is unlikely that Russia will want to arrest and extradite criminals wanted in other countries.

On the other hand, the European Parliament, PACE, NATO Parliamentary Assembly and a number of EU member states have recognized Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism. »

FBI says two men attacked Washington's electric grid in order to commit a robbery

Authored by

FBI says two men attacked Washington's electric grid in order to commit a robbery.

Two men have been charged with federal crimes for attacking substations in Washington State, an act of sabotage that left thousands without power on Christmas Day.

Federal agents say one of the men confessed to knocking out the power in order to commit a burglary by emptying the cash register of a local business during the power outage. »

Putin's call for Orthodox Christmas truce in Ukraine greeted with scepticism

Authored by
image for

Ukraine says no truce until invaders leave.

KYIV/BAKHMUT, Ukraine, Jan 5 (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin called on Thursday for a 36-hour ceasefire in Ukraine to mark Orthodox Christmas, a move rejected by Kyiv which said there could be no truce until Russia withdraws its troops from occupied land.

The Kremlin said Putin had ordered Russian troops to cease firing from midday on Friday along the entire front, in response to a call for a Christmas truce from Patriarch Kirill of Moscow, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, a close Putin ally. »

Putin orders ceasefire in Ukraine during Orthodox Christmas - Kremlin

Authored by

Many Orthodox Christians, including those living in Russia and Ukraine, celebrate Christmas on January 6-7.

A Ukrainian serviceman is seen at a frontline, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Kherson region, Ukraine January 4, 2023.

Russia denies deliberately targeting civilians in what it calls its special military operation in Ukraine. »