The Daily Populous

Sunday June 11st, 2023 morning edition

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President Volodymyr Zelenskyy offers Canada help in overcoming the consequences of large-scale forest fires.

Quote: "The consequences of the Russian terrorist attack on the Kakhovka HPP were discussed in detail.

Canada is among those who can help us recover from this disaster.

Of course, we will not stay away from the disaster Canada is facing now.

Massive wildfires, colossal environmental losses, and threats to people... Ukraine is ready to help extinguish fires if Canada needs such international assistance.".

Details: Zelensky emphasised that for Ukraine, the meaning for international relations is precisely that "we should always take care of each other when support is needed, and really help [each other].".

He also announced the provision of 10 million Canadian dollars to help flood victims after the blowing up of the Kakhovka HPP. »

Republicans Set to Lose Multiple Seats Due to Supreme Court Ruling

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The Republicans could lose several seats in the House of Representatives due to a surprise Supreme Court ruling which will create a new Black majority district in Alabama, according to a new study.

The House Republicans could lose a number of seats due to a Supreme Court ruling, according to a non-partisan analysis.

Thursday's court ruling was welcomed by President Joe Biden, who repeated calls for Congress to pass wider ranging voting reform. »

Unabomber Ted Kaczynski dies by possible suicide in prison: Source

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Ted Kaczynski, the convicted terrorist known as the Unabomber, died by a possible suicide in his prison cell early Saturday, a source told ABC News.

Kaczynski's sister-in-law, Linda Patrik, was one of the first to identify Kaczynski as the Unabomber after reading the Unabomber's writing.

Ted Kaczynski, identified as the domestic terrorist known as the Unabomber, is shown in this booking photo, April, 1996. »

Sushi chain sues high school student who licked soy sauce bottle for $480,000

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A file photo showing the logo of sushi restaurant chain Sushiro, operated by Akindo Sushiro Co., outside a restaurant in Kawaguchi, Saitama prefecture, in Japan.

A sushi chain is suing a high school student for 67 million yen ($480,000) after social media footage showed him licking his finger then touching a plate of sushi as it passed him on the conveyor belt, Japan’s public broadcaster has reported.

The footage of the student also showed him licking a soy sauce bottle and a cup that he then placed back onto a communal pile. »

Little penguin habitat in Tasmanian city of Burnie to expand into existing car park

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Little penguins are found in colonies across southern Australia The habitat for a colony of the penguins in the Tasmanian city of Burnie is being expanded.

The bright lights and loud noises of Burnie have not been a deterrent for hundreds of penguins who set up home on the foreshore in the north-west Tasmanian city.

Little penguins are found along the southern coastline of mainland Australia, but most of the population is in Tasmania. »