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Ray Hushpuppi is accused of cyber crime on two continents

On social media, where he posted a video throwing bundles of money like confetti, he told followers that he was a real estate developer. A federal affidavit, however, claimed that his extravagant lifestyle was funded by hacking programs that stole millions of dollars from large corporations in the U.S. and Europe. His extravagant posts left a digital trail of evidence …

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The President of Mali dissolves the Constitutional Court in the midst of unrest

Image rights Reuters Image description There is growing demand for President Keita’s resignation Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita has announced the dissolution of the Constitutional Court to calm the unrest in which four people were killed in street protests on Friday. The president said he said he would not tolerate such violence. The court was at the center of controversy …

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DeSantis on the reopening of schools in Florida: “If you can do Walmart,” then “we can absolutely do schools.”

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantisRonald Dion DeSantisDeSantis breaks up with Fauci and says Florida is in no hurry to reopen overnight health care.The Trump-Fauci divide is becoming increasingly clear New York delivers Remdesivir to Florida after DeSantis declines to offer help to New York Remdesivir to Florida after DeSantis declined the offer to help MORE (R) compared Thursday’s reopening of state …

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Hong Kong Security Act: Why we take our BNOs and leave

Image rights Getty Images Since China imposed a draconian national security law on Hong Kong, this protest-oriented city has been about personal exit strategies. For up to three million Hong Kong residents, the exit could take the form of a British National (Overseas) passport. Will they really go – and what about those who have been left behind? Michael and …

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Coronavirus ‘storm’ as cases increase in South Africa: Live updates Coronavirus pandemic news

South Africa reports a further 13,497 new coronavirus cases with a total of 264,184 cases, including 3,971 deaths. More than a third of the cases are at the new hot spot in Gauteng Province, which includes Johannesburg and the capital Pretoria. Health Minister Zweli Mkhize previously warned of a COVID-19 “storm”. Brazil, the world‘s number two corona virus hotspot after …

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Corona Virus Live Updates: US and World News

Dr. Breen, 49, oversaw the emergency room at New York’s Presbyterian Allen Hospital in Upper Manhattan. The unit had become a brutal battlefield where supplies were exhausting at an alarming rate and doctors, including them, and nurses were getting sick. The waiting room was constantly overcrowded. The sick died unnoticed. As Dr. Breen called this time, it sounded strange. Her …

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The UN Security Council adopts a resolution approving cross-border aid to Syria following Russian opposition

The UN Security Council passed a resolution on Saturday approving a Syrian aid program designed to provide aid to the rebel-held northwest through only one border crossing – after previous efforts to approve further crossings were torpedoed by vetos from Russia and China . The resolution received 12 votes, with three abstentions (including China and Russia). It took nine voices …

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Florida health authorities agreed to receive New York remdesivir before DeSantis declined the offer

Florida Department of Health officials were aware of New York’s desire to send a government broadcast of the experimental coronavirus treatment drug Remdesivir to the government. Ron DeSantisRonald Dion DeSantisDeSantis breaks up with Fauci and says Florida is in no hurry to reopen overnight health care.The Trump-Fauci divide is becoming increasingly clear New York delivers Remdesivir to Florida after DeSantis …

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Trump allegedly suggested selling Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.

People march to Trump Tower after a service in St. Bartholomew’s Church for the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria on September 20, 2018 in New York, New York. The evening service wanted to celebrate and remember the lives of nearly 3,000 people who died as a result of Hurricane Maria. Spencer Platt / Getty Images Elaine Duke, who served as …

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Erdogan rejects global criticism of Hagia Sophia’s decision

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan opposed the international condemnation of the decision to change the status of Istanbul’s landmark Hagia Sophia from a museum to a mosque, saying it was an expression of his country’s willingness to exercise its “sovereign rights”. In the past, he has repeatedly called for the impressive building to be renamed the Mosque, and in 2018 …

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