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Wednesday March 29th, 2023 day edition

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Father stabbed to death outside Vancouver Starbucks after asking man to not vape near his toddler Deadly confrontation witnessed by three-year-old and child's mother Photo by Submitted photo.

Article content A confrontation on the patio of a busy downtown Starbucks that ended with the stabbing death of a Burnaby man started when the victim asked the suspect to not vape near his toddler, said the victim’s mother.

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Try refreshing your browser, or Father stabbed to death outside Vancouver Starbucks after asking man to not vape near his toddler Back to video “This is so horribly wrong what happened,” said Kathy Schmidt, two days after her son, Paul Stanley Schmidt was stabbed in broad daylight in front of his fiancée and his three-year-old daughter and many onlookers.

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Biden invokes Defense Production Act for printed circuit board production

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WASHINGTON, March 27 (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday invoked the Defense Production Act to spend $50 million on domestic and Canadian production of printed circuit boards, citing the technology's importance to national defense.

Printed circuit boards are incorporated into missiles and radars, as well as electronics used for energy and healthcare.

"I find that action to expand the domestic production capability for printed circuit boards and advanced packaging is necessary to avert an industrial resource or critical technology item shortfall that would severely impair national defense capability," Biden said. »

Twitter restricts Marjorie Taylor Greene after tweets about trans people and Nashville shooting

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Twitter appears to have limited certain tweets from the official account of representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, after the Georgia Republican made unfounded claims about the Nashville school shooting being a product of “Antifa” and “trans-terrorism.”.

Audrey Hale, the gunman in the Nashville shooting, was reportedly a transgender man who used he/him pronouns.

Ms Greene, who has proposed federal legislation to outlaw gender-affirming care for trans youth, was among them. »

US holds back nuclear forces data from Russia in response to treaty violations

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The White House said it has stopped sharing detailed data on its strategic nuclear forces with Russia in response to the Kremlin refusing to comply with a key nuclear arms treaty, the standoff another front between Washington and Moscow over Russia’s war in Ukraine.

White House National Security spokesperson John Kirby said Tuesday that Russia has refused to share nuclear data with the U.S., prompting Washington to withhold sharing its own nuclear data with Moscow.

The U.S. decision to withhold key nuclear data was first reported by the Wall Street Journal. »

Russian collaborator in Mariupol in serious condition after his car explodes

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A Russian collaborator who took up the position of head of the occupation police department in the temporarily occupied eastern city of Mariupol has been taken to hospital after his car exploded on 27 March, and is now in a serious condition.

Quote: "Mikhail Moskvin, head of ‘police’ in the occupied city of Mariupol, has become the target of [Ukrainian] resistance.

Details: Mariupol Mayor Vadym Boichenko said that Moskvin’s condition is serious. »