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By Stavroula Pabst / Responsible Statecraft Elon Musk’s space company SpaceX recently secured a classified contract to build an extensive network of “spy satellites” for an undisclosed U.S. intelligence agency, with one source telling Reuters that “no one can hide” under the prospective network’s...
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In an unforeseen turn of events, amidst a substantial downturn faced by the majority of crypto prices today, an intriguing phenomenon appears to have magnetized notable investor attention to Dogecoin, the largest meme cryptocurrency by global market cap. Intriguingly, mirroring the broader crypto...
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The world of Web3 moves a step ahead: Polygon has announced extending its partnership with Samsung to bring the Web3 experience to millions of users. The number goes beyond 200 million, with users spread across the globe. The project, titled TX1 Project, has been launched to eliminate the barrier to...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- As military aid for Ukraine remains stalled in the U.S. House of Representatives, Americans themselves are equally split, at 36% each, between those who believe the United States is doing too much to help Ukraine and those saying it’s not doing enough. However, this is a...
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ASTANA, Kazakhstan — If the choice was death or a bullet to the leg, Yevgeny would take the bullet. A decorated hero of Russia’s war in Ukraine, Yevgeny told his friend and fellow soldier to please aim carefully and avoid bone. The tourniquets were ready. The pain that followed was the price Yevgeny...
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In a riveting turn of events, Bitcoin mining difficulty recently reached unprecedented levels, hitting the 86.39 trillion hash mark ahead of the BTC halving. This primarily aligns with the sudden rise in Bitcoin miners rushing into mining as many coins as the 2024 halving approaches, resulting in...
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O.J. Simpson, a pro football Hall of Famer and movie actor whose trial for his ex-wife's murder attracted worldwide attention in 1995, has died of cancer, according to his family. He was 76. Simpson, who was battling prostate cancer, died Wednesday at his home in Las Vegas and was surrounded by his...
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Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny’s memoir will be published posthumously this fall, his widow revealed Thursday. The book, titled “Patriot,” will be released on October 22 in multiple languages, including Russian, Yulia Navalnaya said in a post on social platform X....
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When Russia invaded Ukraine, 28-year-old Alina Viatkina adopted a dog. Even though she did not have a permanent home of her own, she knew that taking care of a pet would be a comfort. It was a wartime coping mechanism.Keep reading list of 4 itemslist 1 of 4Mental health must be upheld as a universal...
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Zokhawthar, Mizoram, India – For 61-year-old Vanlalchaka, the past few weeks have been filled with anxiety. In the northeastern Indian border village of Zokhawthar, perched on a mountainside amid green hills, Vanlalchaka’s farm has been a safe haven for refugees fleeing the civil war in neighbouring...

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