The Daily Populous

Saturday April 8th, 2023 evening edition

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During his upcoming visit to India, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will seek to win the country over to the Western position.

These included China and India, which together are home to some 2.8 billion people, more than one-third of the world's population.

While the Western alliance expected such a stance from autocratic China, the behavior of democratic India was a major disappointment.

The Indian government's course did not only mean that the country was no ally in attempts to put pressure on Russia's Vladimir Putin.

It also meant that India, which Germany sees as a "strategic partner", was on the "wrong" side of this elementary question of international law.

Voting result in UN General Assembly on the anniversary of Russia's invasion in Ukraine: India also abstained Image: John Minchillo/AP/picture alliance.

Military parade in New Delhi featuring BrahMos guided weapons jointly developed by India and Russia Image: Stringer/ Photoshot/picture alliance. »

End of the Adventure

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That output resulted in the "Alice: Asylum" Design Bible - a 414pg PDF containing the complete vision for a 3rd Chapter in Alice's video game adventures.

After several weeks of review, EA has come back with a response regarding funding and/or licensing for "Alice: Asylum".

The content will remain in place but we'll no longer present options for funding "Alice: Asylum" efforts via this (or any other) platform. »

One of the world’s most cited scientists, Rafael Luque, suspended without pay for 13 years

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He has featured on the list of the world’s most cited researchers, compiled by the specialist company Clarivate, for five years.

Over a decade ago, leading Saudi universities launched aggressive programs to recruit the world’s most cited scientists.

In 2019, Luque signed on as a researcher at King Saud, in addition to being a professor at the University of Córdoba. »

Nailed to a cross, Filipino prays for Ukraine war to end

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The real-life crucifixions, a gory Good Friday tradition that is rejected by the Catholic church, resumes in this farming village after a three-year pause due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The gruesome spectacle reflects the Philippines’ unique brand of Catholicism, which merges church traditions with folk superstitions. »