The Daily Populous

Thursday July 20th, 2023 day edition

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Surgeons in Israel performed a miracle surgery and managed to reattach a boy’s head after he was hit by a car while riding his bike, a Jerusalem hospital announced this week.

The boy was rushed to Hadassah Medical Center and immediately put into surgery in the trauma unit.

The doctors said his head was "almost completely detached from the base of his neck.".

Dr. Ohad Einav, the orthopedic specialist who led the operation, said the procedure took several hours and required the doctors to use "new plates and fixations in the damaged area.".

"Thanks to you, he regained his life even when the odds were low and the danger was obvious.".

"Thanks to you, he regained his life even when the odds were low and the danger was obvious."

Einav stressed that the surgery is "extremely rare," but the large size of a child’s head relative to an adult means they are "more susceptible.". »

60,000 tonnes of agricultural products destroyed by Russian missiles were to be sent to China – Zelenskyy

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60,000 tonnes of agricultural products destroyed by Russia's missile strikes on Odesa Oblast on the night of 18-19 July were to be delivered to China.

The port terminal that suffered the most from the Russian terror last night had 60,000 tons of agricultural products stored in it, which were intended to be shipped to China.

As a result of Russian attacks on infrastructure facilities in Odesa Oblast, 60,000 tonnes of grain were destroyed in the port of Chornomorsk. »

‘Intuitive’ pet who ‘hears’ for deaf owner named National Cat of the Year

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An “intuitive” cat who helps his deaf owner by alerting her to sounds around the house has won a national award.

Ms Moss said she “can’t imagine life without Zebby” and added: “I’m over the moon that he’s been honoured in the National Cat Awards.

Cats Protection’s National Cat Awards organiser Ashley Fryer said: “From the moment we read his entry form, we knew Zebby was something special. »

The New Spy Wars

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Then there is Putin himself, whose experience in the KGB’s foreign intelligence directorate profoundly shaped his subsequent political career.

Like Russian intelligence agencies, Chinese intelligence services compete according to fundamentally different rules from those followed by their Western counterparts.

What Western governments need more than anything, however, is imagination when it comes to intelligence collection about closed police states. »