The Daily Populous

Monday August 21st, 2023 evening edition

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By strengthening its ties with these countries, India is sending a strong message to the informal triad led by Turkey.

It is now looking to build new partnerships with countries that share its interests, such as Greece and Armenia.

Relations with Armenia have been growing steadily since the two countries established diplomatic relations in 1992.

India has also been providing military assistance to Armenia, which is at odds with Azerbaijan.

The three countries are likely to be rattled by India’s growing ties with Armenia and Greece.

India’s growing ties with Armenia and Greece are also a sign of its increasing strategic interests in the Mediterranean region.

Overall, India’s growing ties with Armenia and Greece are a significant development that is likely to have a major impact on the geopolitics of the region. »

Lucy Letby will die in prison after receiving 14 whole-life sentences

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Lucy Letby will die in prison after being handed 14 whole-life orders for murdering seven babies and attempting to murder six others while working on a hospital's neonatal unit.

She faced seven murder charges and seven counts of attempted murder because she tried to kill one of the babies twice.

The judge said before passing sentence: "Over a period of 13 months, you killed seven fragile babies and attempted to kill six others. »

Dog eats groom's passport days before Boston couple's wedding in Italy

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With less than two weeks to go until a Boston couple ties the knot in Italy, there's one big problem — their dog ate the groom's passport.

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The couple went to City Hall on Thursday to get their marriage license and letter of intent, and then they went out to dinner. »

Court Finds that Texas Law Requiring the Rejection of Mail Ballots and Applications Violates the Civil Rights Act

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The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas ruled yesterday that portions of Texas Senate Bill 1, adopted in September 2021, violate the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

“In requiring rejection of mail ballots and mail ballot applications from eligible voters based on minor paperwork errors or omissions, Texas Senate Bill 1 violates the Civil Rights Act,” said Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division.

“This important ruling protects the rights of eligible Texas voters to cast a vote and have it counted consistent with federal law.”. »

Mark Meadows Might Have Just Thrown Donald Trump Under the Bus

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The July 2021 meeting was between Trump, the former president's aides and two people who were writing Meadows' biography.

"When you're thinking about a jury, there's just no better witness than Mark Meadows in terms of his closeness to Donald Trump, both in terms of what he'd know crossing his desk, but also his closeness to Donald Trump in understanding what Donald Trump was thinking," Isgur told This Week.

"The only thing better, of course, is going to be the audio of Donald Trump himself in that interview.". »