The Daily Populous

Monday March 13rd, 2023 night edition

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Detailed polling from More in Common, a civil society organisation, found that 88% of people who took in refugees from Ukraine would do so again, while just 3% said they would not.

It also found that 68% of Britons believe the fact that the UK has taken in more than 150,000 refugees from Ukraine is a good thing, and only 17% think it is a bad thing.

The findings come amid controversy over Rishi Sunak’s policy of detaining and deporting refugees who try to cross the Channel in small boats.

But many of the comments among those who hosted were positive, with one host saying: “It’s been hard.

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Luke Tryl, the UK director of More In Common, said: “The Homes for Ukraine scheme shows Britain at its absolute best. »

US government moves to stop potential banking crisis

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People look at signs posted outside of an entrance to Silicon Valley Bank in Santa Clara, Calif., Friday, March 10, 2023.

Given that her money was tied up at Silicon Valley Bank, she had to pay her employees out of her personal bank account.

Yellen described rising interest rates, which have been increased by the Federal Reserve to combat inflation, as the core problem for Silicon Valley Bank. »

Moldova police say they foiled Russia-backed unrest plot

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Moldovan police said on Sunday they have foiled a plot by groups of Russia-backed actors who were specially trained to cause mass unrest during a protest the same day in the capital against the country's new pro-Western government.

CHISINAU, Moldova (AP) — Police in Moldova said they foiled a plot by groups of Russia-backed actors who were trained to cause mass unrest during a Sunday protest against the country’s new pro-Western government. »

Police: Hand found in NYC woods belonged to woman buried in nearby cemetery

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March 11 (UPI) -- A human hand spotted by a dog walker this week in a wooded area of New York City's Staten Island belonged to a woman who was buried at a nearby cemetery, police said Saturday.

Using fingerprint analysis, the hand was identified as belonging to a woman who died in 2011 at the age of 63 and was buried at Staten Island's Resurrection Cemetery, police say.

Police are not sure how the hand arrived in the woods from the cemetery, which is located approximately one mile from the location where the hand was discovered. »

Russian Hackers Leak STALKER 2 Game Material and Demand Changes from GCS Game World

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The Ukrainian game studio, GSC Game World, responsible for developing the game now faces a new challenge as it prepares for its 2023 release.

In exchange for not releasing “tens of gigabytes” of unreleased game material, GSC Game World has until March 15 to meet the hackers’ demands.

GSC Game World, a Ukrainian studio that created the original STALKER games, is currently developing the game. »