The Daily Populous

Thursday August 10th, 2023 morning edition

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The Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs has claimed that "phone scammers from Ukraine" are forcing Russians to commit sabotage and terrorist attacks.

Source: Interfax, a Russian news outlet, with reference to the press service of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs.

After the scheme is successfully implemented and the deceived people lose all their money, the criminals do not stop.

It is noteworthy that fraudsters began to use this technique on a large scale only during the last week.".

More details: The so-called scammers also directly address Russians with a proposal to arrange a sabotage for money.

Since the end of July 2023, more than 30 military enlistment offices have been set on fire in Russia.

Ukrainska Pravda is the place where you will find the most up-to-date information about everything related to the war in Ukraine. »

6-year-old boy who shot his Virginia teacher said "I shot that b**** dead," unsealed records show

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The 6-year-old boy accused of shooting and seriously wounding his first-grade teacher in Virginia last winter later said, "I shot that b**** dead," according to newly unsealed redacted search warrants.

A reading specialist was restraining the boy when officers arrived at Richneck Elementary School in Newport News on Jan. 6, according to the documents.

The search warrant also details efforts to get school records about the boy from Child Protective Services and Newport News Public Schools. »

India succeeds in reducing emissions rate by 33% over 14 years - sources

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Many countries are preparing their TNC reports to update the UNFCCC on their efforts to mitigate emissions.

India's average rate of reduction in emissions increased to 3% annually in the period 2016-2019, from just about 1.5% in the period 2014-2016.

The progress made on reducing emissions intensity should help India avert pressure by developed nations to stop using coal, the second official said. »

Abortion rights have won in every election since Roe v. Wade was overturned

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Anti-abortion advocates scored a big win on June 24, 2022, when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

In others, they've rejected measures that would weaken protections or make explicit in the state constitution that abortion rights are not protected.

Votes on these ballot measures are being closely watched, as both Democrats and Republicans figure out how abortion will play into the 2024 election. »

The Border Crisis That Wasn’t

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Even U.S. President Joe Biden, who had worked to quell mayhem at the border, predicted a sudden influx of migrants.

Much to Washington’s surprise, the Biden administration appears to have hit on a successful formula for managing dysfunction at the border—at least for now.

This integrated approach marks a departure from the previous strategy of confining the entry decision-making process almost exclusively to the border. »