Tens of thousands march in latest Hong Kong protest

The protesters’ demands include universal suffrage and amnesty for all those arrested in connection with the protests. Hong Kong – Tens of thousands of black-clad Hong Kong protesters have once again flooded the streets of the Chinese territory for the eleventh straight week of anti-government demonstrations. While only a rally at Victoria Park was permitted to proceed, as police denied […]

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Illinois sues company after lead found in village’s water

Illinois alleges that a company that provides water to a Chicago suburb made changes without permission from state regulators that caused lead to contaminate the village’s drinking water. Attorney General Kwame Raoul filed a lawsuit Friday against Aqua Illinois, the company that supplies water to residents of University Park, a village about 40 miles (64 kilometers) south of Chicago. The […]

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Shocking video shows man holding umbrella getting struck by LIGHTNING

Lucky strike! Shocking moment man’s umbrella is hit by LIGHTNING and knocked out of his hand during a storm – but he somehow escapes without getting hurt Romulus McNeill is seen walking through a rainstorm around the Academy for Technology and Academics near Conway, South Carolina on Friday afternoon  School guidance counselor holds keys in his right hand and umbrella […]

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Nuclear explosion Russia 2019: Putin’s DOOMSDAY WEAPON goes wrong – deaths

Vladimir Putin is developing the nuclear-powered ‘doomsday weapon’ which is not only nuclear-armed but nuclear powered meaning it can theoretically stay aloft for months at time. The 9M730 Burevestnik, which is referred to be NATO as SSC-X-9 Skyfall, is an experimental nuclear-powered, nuclear-armed cruise missile which the Russians claim is capable of hitting any target on Earth. The Burevestnik/Skyfall with its […]

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Moscow’s local election has shaken all of Russia. Here’s why

It started with a meeting: opposition figure Ilya Yashin and other activists called for one with voters in Moscow, Russia, on July 14, and it soon turned into a march. A sea of heads crowded outside Moscow City Duma, the capital’s regional parliament, with Russian flags piercing out of the mass of people in the nation’s capital. Anti-Kremlin activists rallied […]

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