The Daily Populous

Sunday January 8th, 2023 evening edition

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Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin made his first public comments Saturday since suffering an on-field cardiac arrest during a football game Monday night against the Cincinnati Bengals.

The 24-year-old Hamlin tweeted that "the love is felt, & extremely real," while expressing gratitude for the widespread support he has received during his hospitalization and recovery.

"Putting love into the world comes back 3xs as much...thankful for everyone who has reached out and prayed.

This will make me stronger on the road to recovery, keep praying for me!"

A breathing tube was removed and he was able to breath on his own and talk.

Hamlin remained hospitalized Saturday, but the Bills shared that although he is still in critical condition, he continues to breath on his own, and his "neurological function is excellent.".

"We are grateful for and humbled by all who played a role as he continues on his road to recovery," Goodell wrote. »

Cold War II: The U.S. is losing its economic advantage in a new era of global conflict

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In the last cold war, the American economic system proved stronger and more robust than the Soviet-style command economy.

One side of the new cold war is led by countries like China and Russia, whose economic power rests on their control of physical goods.

Whatever its origins, in Cold War II the Ukraine war represents as dramatic an escalation of hostilities as the Korean War did in Cold War I. »

Redfall isn't Arkane's Left 4 Dead – it's the studio's spin on Far Cry

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But, in terms of the way that you play and experience Redfall, it's not like those games at all.

When you think of Far Cry, your mind is likely flooded with images of exotic landscapes and faraway paradises.

"Redfall sometimes feels like what you'd get if you blended the Arkane creative values with Far Cry 2 or S.T.A.L.K.E.R.," Smith continues. »

Roman Abramovich transferred superyachts and private jets worth $4 billion to his children just before the Ukraine invasion, report says

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Roman Abramovich transferred assets to his children before the Ukraine invasion, per The Guardian.

Roman Abramovich's assets including luxury properties, superyachts, helicopters and private jets, were transferred to his children weeks before Russia invaded Ukraine, The Guardian reported.

Assets worth more than $4 billion were transferred to his seven children only three weeks before the start of the war, the report said. »

Former Russian president calls for warships with hypersonic missiles to be stationed near Washington, DC

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Former Russian president calls for warships with hypersonic missiles to be stationed near Washington, DC.

Russia's former president called for hypersonic missiles to be put close to Washington, DC.

Russia's former president lashed out at the US on Thursday in a statement calling for the country's warships, armed with hypersonic missiles, to be stationed close to Washington, DC. »