The Daily Populous

Tuesday January 31st, 2023 day edition

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Russia’s policy in these instances has been copy-pasted from Krasnaya Polyana or Kamchatka in the 19th Century, writes Anna Fotyga, ECR MEP and former foreign minister of Poland.

Anna Fotyga is a Polish Member of the European Parliament and the former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland.

The European Parliament and many other parliaments around the globe have labelled the Russian Federation a terrorist state.

It is naive to think that the Russian Federation, after being ultimately defeated, will remain within the same constitutional and territorial frames.

We should put more focus on the regions and nations of the Russian Federation, their capacities, and their perspectives for sovereignty.

We should be aware that the dissolution of the Russian Federation might bring certain difficulties and risks, as with any transition period.

I am convinced it will be also the case of the Russian Federation, bringing freedom to Ichkerians, Circassians, Buriats, Chuckots and many others. »

Trump makes shocking comments about trusting Putin over US ‘intelligence lowlifes’

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Donald Trump has repeated claims that he trusts Russia’s president Vladimir Putin over his own director of national intelligence.

His post described members of the intelligence community, presumably including the CIA, NSA, FBI and cybersecurity agencies, as “lowlifes”.

“Remember in Helsinki when a 3rd rate reporter asked me, essentially, who I trusted more, President Putin of Russia, or our ‘Intelligence’ lowlifes[?]” »

George Washington University installs emergency contraception vending machine

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EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION: This morning, GW University installed a vending machine on campus that sells emergency contraception pills (aka Plan B) for $25.

While George Washington University already offered its students emergency contraception through its student health center, the vending machine offered another accessible option.

Boston University installed a vending machine that provides emergency contraception pills in July, following activism from students on campus. »

Tylenol murder investigators order new DNA tests on key evidence from 1982

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"I'm assuming there's got to be some other DNA on that bottle," Laura said of the bottle her mother purchased in 1982.

Much of the evidence in the Tylenol murders is decades old and has been tested for DNA and fingerprints multiple times since 1982.

Forty years later, Linda Morgan still feels lucky she ultimately decided not to take the Tylenol she purchased that day in 1982. »

The Wagner Group is Recruiting in Serbia

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The Wagner Group also published a video where Serbians appeared to have been training together with Russian soldiers.

Overall, the Wagner Group appears to have appealed to right-wing nationalists in Serbia with its recruiting drive.

The labelling of the Wagner Group as a criminal organisation has also led to a series of sanctions against it and against those who aid the Wagner Group. »