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Monday March 20th, 2023 day edition

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Poland’s Ambassador to France Jan Emeryk Rościszewski said in an interview that a situation could arise in which Poland would have to enter the war.

Source: Rościszewski in an interview with LCI, a French TV channel; Rzeczpospolita, a Polish media outlet, citing Poland’s Embassy in France.

Quote from Rościszewski: "It is not NATO, Poland or Slovakia that are mounting ever more pressure, but Russia, which has invaded Ukraine.

Therefore, either Ukraine will defend its independence today, or we will have to enter this conflict.

Quote from Poland’s Embassy in France: "During a thirty-minute conversation with the editor, Ambassador Rościszewski argued for the need for allies to support Ukraine.

More details: The embassy stressed that Ambassador Rościszewski made it clear in his interview with LCI that Poland is not currently at war, but is "doing everything it can to help Ukraine and protect itself" in Russia’s war against Ukraine.

Background: Jan Emeryk Rościszewski has been Poland’s Ambassador to France for almost a year. »

Trump in panic mode as he braces for likely charges in Stormy Daniels case

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Costello was once a legal adviser to former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen but the two have since fallen out.

The investigation concerns $130,000 that Trump made to Daniels through his then lawyer Cohen in the final days of the 2016 campaign.

The district attorney’s case is likely to focus on how Trump and the Trump Organization handled the reimbursements. »

Spain passes law against domestic animal abuse

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Spanish lawmakers passed a law on animal welfare on Thursday, accompanied by a reform of the penal code which increases prison sentences for those mistreating animals.

This law will require “compulsory” training for dog owners, who will also be prohibited from leaving them alone for more than 24 hours.

This sentence increases to two years if the animal dies, or even three in the event of aggravating circumstances. »

US Christian group accused of covering up sexual abuse of minors

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She accuses the church and its leaders of fostering an exploitative environment that resulted in her sexual assault by an ICOC recruit.

And they accuse the ICOC, its founder, Thomas “Kip” McKean, and associated organizations of creating “a widespread culture of acceptance of the abuse of children”.

“Anything can be done in the name of the belief system – that’s where the abuse comes in,” Lalich said. »