The Daily Populous

Saturday February 25th, 2023 morning edition

image for Zelensky's address on 1-year anniversary of Russia's all-out war

Some people were afraid, some were shocked, some did not know what to say, but everyone felt what to do.

The symbol of this was the border guards of the Zmiinyi (Snake) Island and the route they told the Russian warship to take.

We didn't know what would happen tomorrow, but we realized for sure: every tomorrow is worth fighting for!.

And we endured the furious month and the furious beginning of the war.

And our railroad workers who have been evacuating hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians since the beginning of the war without sleep or rest.

I am glad that the international anti-Putin coalition has grown so much that it requires a separate address.

Ukrainians have sheltered Ukrainians, opened their homes and hearts to those who were forced to flee the war. »

A dying baby turtle survived after drifting 4,000 miles to Ireland

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The family worked quickly to try to save the young loggerhead turtle, which had already defied nearly impossible odds.

Less than a year old, the female loggerhead survived a months-long journey across the Atlantic Ocean, teeming with dangers including predators and plastic.

Although she was still alive, the turtle was dehydrated, massively underweight and suffering from hypothermia that had left her nearly paralyzed. »

BBC News Says Presenters Can Relax Formal Dress Code As “Sweaty & Dirty” Look Is More Trustworthy

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EXCLUSIVE: BBC News presenters have been told that they can relax their formal dress code in the pursuit of more authentic reporting as the broadcaster seeks to reinvent its 24-hour news channel.

One source said dress code changes were already happening on screen, pointing to weather presenter Tomasz Schafernaker wearing a jacket and T-shirt on at least one occasion.

The BBC News channel will have a team of eight journalists who will serve as both correspondents and studio presenters. »

Penguin to publish ‘classic’ Roald Dahl books after backlash

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FILE - Books by Roald Dahl are displayed at the Barney's store on East 60th Street in New York on Monday, Nov. 21, 2011.

LONDON (AP) — Publisher Penguin Random House announced Friday it will publish “classic” unexpurgated versions of Roald Dahl’s children’s novels after it received criticism for cuts and rewrites that were intended to make the books suitable for modern readers.

Rushdie, who was attacked and seriously injured last year at an event in New York state, tweeted news of Penguin’s change of heart on Friday with the words “Penguin Books back down after Roald Dahl backlash!”. »