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  • Australia news live: flood warnings for eastern states as Melbourne receives half a month’s average rainfall in one hourAustralia news live: flood warnings for eastern states as Melbourne receives half a month’s average rainfall in one hour
    Emergency services in NSW and Victoria have responded to hundreds of calls for assistance. Follow latest updatesGet our free news app, morning email briefing or daily news podcastClimate Council issues pre-budget wishlistWith the federal budget less than two weeks away, the Climate Council is calling on the Albanese government to replace $11.6bn spent on fossil fuel subsidies with “structural” environmentally friendly investments that could lower costs for households, AAP reports. Continue reading... Read more »

  • The Russian nuclear threat, explainedThe Russian nuclear threat, explained
    Russian President Vladimir Putin addresses a rally in Moscow’s Red Square on September 30, after announcing he would annex four regions of Ukraine occupied by Russian troops. | Alexander Nemenov/AFP via Getty Images Pondering the unknowability of the unthinkable. Last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin escalated his war against Ukraine by illegally annexing four Ukrainian regions — and, in a belligerent speech, raised the specter of using nuclear weapons, ominously noting that the United States had set a precedent when it dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. This threat followed one he had made just days earlier when he called for a partial military mobilization: “In the event of a threat to the territorial integrity of our country and to defend Russia and our people, we will certainly make use of all weapon systems available to us. This is not a bluff.” Whether Putin is bluffing has… Read more »

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  • Two Russians escape Putin’s war draft by sailing to AMERICA as they travel from Siberia to hellhole Alaskan islandTwo Russians escape Putin’s war draft by sailing to AMERICA as they travel from Siberia to hellhole Alaskan island
    TWO Russians have managed to avoid being drafted into Vladimir Putin’s war by sailing to America, ending up on a hellhole island. The pair fled Russia to avoid military service and requested asylum in the US after their small boat landed on the remote Alaskan island of Gambell in the Bering Sea. AlamyThe Two Russians requested asylum after they landed on a remote island in Alaska[/caption] EPARussian conscripts were drafted into Putin’s war[/caption] Gambell is about 200 miles from the western Alaska hub community of Nome and about 36 miles from the Chukotka Peninsula, Siberia, Karina Borger, a spokesperson for the Alaska Republican senator, said that the office has been in communication with the US Coast Guard and Border Protection and that the Russian nationals reported that they fled one of the coastal communities on the east coast of Russia to avoid compulsory military service. Alaska’s senators, Republicans Murkowski and… Read more »


  • CJ ENM Launches ‘The Boys’ and ‘Hero’ at Busan MarketCJ ENM Launches ‘The Boys’ and ‘Hero’ at Busan Market
    CJ ENM, which includes Korea’s largest film producer and distributor, is using the Asian Contents & Film Market this week to launch a handful of new titles while basking in its recent box office and festival successes. “The Boys” gets its premiere as a special screening withing the Busan International Film Festival’s expanded Korean Cinema […] Read more »

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  • Lebanon inspecting new suspected cases of choleraLebanon inspecting new suspected cases of cholera
    Lebanon’s health minister has said the authorities are inspecting new suspected cases of cholera, less than a day after confirming its first case of the illness in the country since 1993 Read more »






  • Mets’ Max Scherzer looks to rebound vs. Padres and erase stench of Braves stinkerMets’ Max Scherzer looks to rebound vs. Padres and erase stench of Braves stinker
    Max Scherzer’s routine lately has included watching a certain superhero on the screen with his young daughters. “We love ‘Batman’ right now,” Scherzer said Thursday before a Mets workout at Citi Field. “So I feel like I am doing some good parenting.” Gotham City’s fate is intriguing, but the Mets will ask the 38-year-old Scherzer... Read more »











  • White House pardons cannabis offendersWhite House pardons cannabis offenders
    US President Joe Biden is set to pardon thousands of Americans found guilty of simple cannabis possession in federal court Read Full Article at RT.com Read more »







  • Japan coach, Ikeda thrilled with win over Super FalconsJapan coach, Ikeda thrilled with win over Super Falcons
    Nadeshiko of Japan head coach, Futoshi Ikeda has expressed his excitement following the team’s win against the Super Falcons of Nigeria on Thursday. The former world champions defeated the Super Falcons 2-0 in their friendly encounter at the Noevir Stadium, Kobe. Mina Tamaka opened the scoring for the Asians four minutes after the hour mark. […] Japan coach, Ikeda thrilled with win over Super Falcons Read more »

  • Biden: Nuclear 'Armageddon' risk highest since '62 crisisBiden: Nuclear 'Armageddon' risk highest since '62 crisis
    President Joe Biden said Thursday that the risk of nuclear "Armageddon" is at the highest level since the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, as Russian officials speak of the possibility of using tactical nuclear weapons after suffering massive setbacks in the eight-month invasion of Ukraine. Read more »



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  • ‘Ireland belongs to the Irish’: Princess Kate heckled by anti-monarchist‘Ireland belongs to the Irish’: Princess Kate heckled by anti-monarchist
    Princess Catherine has had a tense encounter with an anti-monarchist during a royal visit to Northern Ireland. The Princess of Wales seemed to be heckled by an Irish nationalist during a walkabout in Belfast. The woman appeared to yank her arm forcefully - before declaring, "Ireland belongs to the Irish". Read more »