The Daily Populous

Friday July 7th, 2023 evening edition

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Kanye West is facing legal action after a former employee of his private school in California alleged that he was fired after reporting unsafe conditions in the school.

Meadows began working at the school as an assistant principal in 2020, making $18,400 a month.

Meadows alleges he was promised rental assistance to afford a house closer to the school, in Calabasas.

But Meadows alleged that only the first three months of his rent were paid.

Meadows said his rental assistance was terminated and he was suspended from his position after raising concerns about the school’s operations.

Meadows alleged that poor electrical wiring at Yeezy Christian Academy caused “an electrical fire started near the student eating area”.

Despite charging $15,000 a year, Donda Academy did not have electricity for its first few months of operation, Meadows claimed. »

Arizona GOP lawmaker may have violated state ‘revenge porn’ law by tweeting x-rated pictures of Hunter Biden

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Arizona Sen. Wendy Rogers shared to her more than 300,000 Twitter followers sexual images of President Joe Biden's adult son, Hunter Biden, possibly violating Arizona's 'revenge porn' law.

State Senate President Warren Petersen, also a Republican, released a statement to Arizona’s Family, calling Roger’s re-tweet a mistake.

Ryan said he thinks Rogers violated Arizona’s so-called revenge porn law, which makes intentionally disclosing a sexual picture of anyone without consent a criminal offense. »

Security Concerns, Payment Disputes Hinder China's BRI Investment in Pakistan

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Chinese interests in Pakistan have come under militant attacks in recent years, though, upsetting leaders in China and prompting calls for Islamabad to step up the security of its citizens.

He cautioned that, unless effectively tackled, the growing threat of terrorism could have "serious implications for Pakistan-China continued economic cooperation and Chinese investment in Pakistan.".

"Most of the Chinese assistance to Pakistan is in the shape of investments or soft loans,” he said. »

Mexican mayor weds a reptile -- and couldn't be happier!

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As onlookers clapped and danced, a mayor of a small southern Mexico town entered into holy matrimony with a female reptile in a traditional rite to bring good fortune to his people.

Victor Hugo Sosa, mayor of San Pedro Huamelula, a town of Indigenous Chontal people in the Tehuantepec isthmus of Mexico, took as his betrothed a reptile named Alicia Adriana, re-enacting an ancestral ritual.

The reptile is a caiman, an alligator-like marsh dweller endemic to Mexico and Central America. »

Police called to Tatnam Road in Poole over fight over duck

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Passersby reported seeing a man and woman 'wrestling' in Tatnam Road at around 6.30pm on Wednesday.

Officers were called out, however, by the time they arrived, the duo had left the scene.

A Bournemouth woman, who wished to remain unnamed, said: “They were wrestling on the floor in the middle of the road... and trying to get the duck off each other.". »