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UK names age groups eligible for Covid boosters amid Omicron scare

The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has said all adults between 18 and 39 years should receive booster shots, in an effort to slow the spread of the virus in the winter months and amid concern over Omicron. Read Full Article at RT.com
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UK names age groups eligible for Covid boosters amid Omicron scare

The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has said all adults between 18 and 39 years should receive booster shots, in an effort to slow the spread of the virus in the winter months and amid concern over Omicron. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘He slaps me on the butt’: Female reporter involves police after stadium ‘groping’ (VIDEO)

A female football reporter has voiced her shock and disgust as police investigate an incident in which she was slapped on the bottom live on air and allegedly groped by fans while reporting after a top-flight game in Italy. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘He slaps me on the butt’: Female reporter involves police after stadium ‘groping’ (VIDEO)

A female football reporter has voiced her shock and disgust as police investigate an incident in which she was slapped on the bottom live on air and allegedly groped by fans while reporting after a top-flight game in Italy. Read Full Article at RT.com

Lift sanctions or no return to nuclear deal, Iran says

Iran has warned that there is no way to revive the 2015 nuclear deal unless all sanctions on Tehran are lifted, as talks begin in Vienna in an attempt to restore the agreement. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Lift sanctions or no return to nuclear deal, Iran says

Iran has warned that there is no way to revive the 2015 nuclear deal unless all sanctions on Tehran are lifted, as talks begin in Vienna in an attempt to restore the agreement. Read Full Article at RT.com

No more sneaking around to steal elections for Republicans, they’re doing it in plain sight

When Republicans started laying the groundwork for widespread, institutionalized voter suppression back under President George W. Bush—when then-Attorney General Alberto Gonzales fired a U.S. attorney for refusing to manufacture voter fraud cases to prosecu
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No more sneaking around to steal elections for Republicans, they’re doing it in plain sight

When Republicans started laying the groundwork for widespread, institutionalized voter suppression back under President George W. Bush—when then-Attorney General Alberto Gonzales fired a U.S. attorney for refusing to manufacture voter fraud cases to prosecute—they couldn’t have imagined what they were unleashing because they couldn’t have imagined a Trump. For one thing, that was actually a scandal and Gonzales ended up resigning—Republicans wouldn’t support him. Then we had the nation’s first Black president and there is nothing Republicans won’t do to punish the nation’s voters for allowing that to happen—including not just electing Trump, but allowing his Big Lie to consume the party. It’s not that they didn’t see it coming. In 2019, well before the election, Trump was harping on voter fraud, creating a narrative for his eventual defeat at the polls. One former chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party, Fergus Cullen, sounded downright prescient in retrospect. “People hold riots after their favorite football team loses the Super Bowl. […] There’s just no telling what people will do when they’re incited to it. We’ve never been in a situation like this, where there’s so much dry kindling across the landscape and we’ve got someone all too willing to light the match.” Again, that was Aug. 2019.

Prosecutors say they are onto Steve Bannon's attempted manipulation of his own case

Steve Bannon is trying to game the justice system and have his criminal contempt of Congress case tried in the media instead of in court, a manipulation that prosecutors say will lead to an “absurd” carnival-type atmosphere that could jeopardize potentia
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Prosecutors say they are onto Steve Bannon's attempted manipulation of his own case

Steve Bannon is trying to game the justice system and have his criminal contempt of Congress case tried in the media instead of in court, a manipulation that prosecutors say will lead to an “absurd” carnival-type atmosphere that could jeopardize potential witness testimony against Bannon later. Just before Thanksgiving, the former strategist to ex-President Donald Trump filed a request in federal court in Washington, D.C. asking for permission to publicly share a variety of court records tied to his impending trial. Bannon was indicted by a federal grand jury earlier this month after he spent weeks evading a subpoena from a congressional select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. He pleaded not guilty. Bannon claims the prosecution’s attempt to keep some discovery materials private is akin to the Department of Justice denying him a fair or speedy trial. During a recent motion hearing, the former Trump strategist said prosecutors did not have legal standing to pursue a protective order over the records. He complained that by labeling certain documents “sensitive,” his defense would not be able to amply build its case. But prosecutors aren’t buying what Bannon is selling. Instead in their Sunday response to his motion, Department of Justice attorneys said that some records must remain under wraps for now because the information they contain includes things like internal correspondence between congressional staff on the Jan. 6 committee, law enforcement reports of witness interviews, and grand jury testimony and exhibits. Bannon has already made clear that he intends to publicly disseminate materials for the purpose of making “extrajudicial arguments about the merits of the case pending against him and the validity of the government’s decision to seek an indictment,” the government’s 10-page motion states. “Contrary to what the defendant told The Washington Post, allowing unfettered public access to discovery materials, regardless of their use or relevance to public judicial proceedings, is not the ‘normal process.’ It is the opposite of normal,” prosecutors argued. In a statement on Nov. 25, Bannon said it was “members of the public” who should make their own “independent judgment” as to whether his case was being handled fairly by the Department of Justice. “The defense’s misleading claims, failure to confer, unexplained wholesale opposition, and extrajudicial statements make clear the defense’s real purpose: to abuse criminal discovery to try this case in the media rather than in court,” Amanda Vaughn, the assistant U.S. attorney, wrote on Nov. 28. Restraining some of the records before they are all made part of the public record in fact bolsters the integrity of the trial process, the Department of Justice attorneys argue. They cited the Supreme Court’s emphasis that courts must “avoid the carnival atmosphere that might accompany a case receiving substantial public attention,” like, they lamented, “this one has already.” Indeed, Bannon forced the spotlight on himself after surrendering to the FBI on Nov. 15. In a series of defiant proclamations made from just outside of the courthouse, Bannon vowed that “we’re taking down the Biden regime.” His surrender was live streamed to Gettr, a social media platform launched in July by Trump’s former spokesman Jason Miller, and Bannon told press gathered at the courthouse: “I’m telling you right now, this is going to be the misdemeanor from hell for Merrick Garland, Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden. “We’re tired of playing defense. We’re going to go on the offense on this,” Bannon said. It was these comments in particular that set prosecutors aflame in their request that the presiding judge keep discovery materials private for now.   “Allowing the defendant to publicly disseminate reports of witness statements will have the collateral effect of witness tampering because it will expose witnesses to public commentary on their potential testimony before trial and allow a witness to review summaries of other witnesses’ statements recounting the same event or events,” prosecutors said. “Moreover, the reports of interviews including personal background information about the witnesses that is unrelated to the pending charges. The defendant’s threat of ‘going on offense’ and making this case ‘hell’ cannot be ignored when considering these witnesses’ privacy interest in their personal background information.” Further, Bannon’s claims are meritless because a protective order allows both the defendant and crucially, a defendant’s lawyer, to make “full use” of materials in advance of trial, including by showing the materials to potential witnesses. “The defendant’s claim of prejudice establishes no prejudice at all. He makes the conclusory assertion that having to seek court authorization to share grand jury material and personal identifying information beyond those individuals outlined will somehow reveal a ‘roadmap’ of the defense case to the government,” the Department of Justice argues. “But the defendant does not explain why revealing to whom he shows materials to the government and court would ‘diminish the defense counsel’s ability to assist … to obtain witnesses in his favor and to develop cross examination,’ the rights he claims are infringed. To the contrary, the proposed order provides a clear mechanism for defense counsel to assist, obtain witnesses, and develop cross examination with materials designated as ‘sensitive.’” Bannon’s allegations that his right to a fair trial is being impeded were also dismissed as “absurd” by prosecutors. “The misleading and frivolous nature of the defendant’s claims of prejudice demonstrate that they are just a cover for the real reason the defendant opposes a protective order in this case and which he and his counsel have expressed in their extrajudicial statements—that the defendant wishes to have a trial through the process,” Vaughn wrote. Judge Carl Nichols is slated to hear from both sides on the matter on Dec. 7. Meanwhile, over at the nearby D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, a hearing is slated for Tuesday regarding Trump’s fight to keep documents sought by the Jan. 6 Committee hidden. The former twice-impeached president has claimed executive privilege over a bevy of records that congressional investigators say are integral to unpacking exactly what happened before and during the Capitol riot.

4 killed & 19 injured as massive storm batters Istanbul

At least four people were killed and a further 19 injured – some seriously – after severe weather struck the Turkish city of Istanbul on Monday, local authorities have announced. Read Full Article at RT.com
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4 killed & 19 injured as massive storm batters Istanbul

At least four people were killed and a further 19 injured – some seriously – after severe weather struck the Turkish city of Istanbul on Monday, local authorities have announced. Read Full Article at RT.com

World will never eradicate Covid – Fauci

The White House’s chief medical adviser, Anthony Fauci, says it’s unlikely that the Covid-19 coronavirus will ever be wiped out, and insists the world is just going to have to start living with it. Read Full Article at RT.com
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World will never eradicate Covid – Fauci

The White House’s chief medical adviser, Anthony Fauci, says it’s unlikely that the Covid-19 coronavirus will ever be wiped out, and insists the world is just going to have to start living with it. Read Full Article at RT.com

Prosecutors: Steve Bannon is manipulating the system, wants to try his case in media

Steve Bannon is trying to game the justice system and have his criminal contempt of Congress case tried in the media instead of in court, a manipulation that prosecutors say will lead to an “absurd” carnival-type atmosphere that could jeopardize potentia
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Prosecutors: Steve Bannon is manipulating the system, wants to try his case in media

Steve Bannon is trying to game the justice system and have his criminal contempt of Congress case tried in the media instead of in court, a manipulation that prosecutors say will lead to an “absurd” carnival-type atmosphere that could jeopardize potential witness testimony against Bannon later. Just before Thanksgiving, the former strategist to ex-President Donald Trump filed a request in federal court in Washington, D.C. asking for permission to publicly share a variety of court records tied to his impending trial. Bannon was indicted by a federal grand jury earlier this month after he spent weeks evading a subpoena from a congressional select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. He pleaded not guilty. Bannon claims the prosecution’s attempt to keep some discovery materials private is akin to the Department of Justice denying him a fair or speedy trial. During a recent motion hearing, the former Trump strategist said prosecutors did not have legal standing to pursue a protective order over the records. He complained that by labeling certain documents “sensitive,” his defense would not be able to amply build its case. But prosecutors aren’t buying what Bannon is selling. Instead in their Sunday response to his motion, Department of Justice attorneys said that some records must remain under wraps for now because the information they contain includes things like internal correspondence between congressional staff on the Jan. 6 committee, law enforcement reports of witness interviews, and grand jury testimony and exhibits. Bannon has already made clear that he intends to publicly disseminate materials for the purpose of making “extrajudicial arguments about the merits of the case pending against him and the validity of the government’s decision to seek an indictment,” the government’s 10-page motion states. “Contrary to what the defendant told The Washington Post, allowing unfettered public access to discovery materials, regardless of their use or relevance to public judicial proceedings, is not the ‘normal process.’ It is the opposite of normal,” prosecutors argued. In a statement on Nov. 25, Bannon said it was “members of the public” who should make their own “independent judgment” as to whether his case was being handled fairly by the Department of Justice. “The defense’s misleading claims, failure to confer, unexplained wholesale opposition, and extrajudicial statements make clear the defense’s real purpose: to abuse criminal discovery to try this case in the media rather than in court,” Amanda Vaughn, the assistant U.S. attorney, wrote on Nov. 28. Restraining some of the records before they are all made part of the public record in fact bolsters the integrity of the trial process, the Department of Justice attorneys argue. They cited the Supreme Court’s emphasis that courts must “avoid the carnival atmosphere that might accompany a case receiving substantial public attention,” like, they lamented, “this one has already.” Indeed, Bannon forced the spotlight on himself after surrendering to the FBI on Nov. 15. In a series of defiant proclamations made from just outside of the courthouse, Bannon vowed that “we’re taking down the Biden regime.” His surrender was live streamed to Gettr, a social media platform launched in July by Trump’s former spokesman Jason Miller, and Bannon told press gathered at the courthouse: “I’m telling you right now, this is going to be the misdemeanor from hell for Merrick Garland, Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden. “We’re tired of playing defense. We’re going to go on the offense on this,” Bannon said. It was these comments in particular that set prosecutors aflame in their request that the presiding judge keep discovery materials private for now.   “Allowing the defendant to publicly disseminate reports of witness statements will have the collateral effect of witness tampering because it will expose witnesses to public commentary on their potential testimony before trial and allow a witness to review summaries of other witnesses’ statements recounting the same event or events,” prosecutors said. “Moreover, the reports of interviews including personal background information about the witnesses that is unrelated to the pending charges. The defendant’s threat of ‘going on offense’ and making this case ‘hell’ cannot be ignored when considering these witnesses’ privacy interest in their personal background information.” Further, Bannon’s claims are meritless because a protective order allows both the defendant and crucially, a defendant’s lawyer, to make “full use” of materials in advance of trial, including by showing the materials to potential witnesses. “The defendant’s claim of prejudice establishes no prejudice at all. He makes the conclusory assertion that having to seek court authorization to share grand jury material and personal identifying information beyond those individuals outlined will somehow reveal a ‘roadmap’ of the defense case to the government,” the Department of Justice argues. “But the defendant does not explain why revealing to whom he shows materials to the government and court would ‘diminish the defense counsel’s ability to assist … to obtain witnesses in his favor and to develop cross examination,’ the rights he claims are infringed. To the contrary, the proposed order provides a clear mechanism for defense counsel to assist, obtain witnesses, and develop cross examination with materials designated as ‘sensitive.’” Bannon’s allegations that his right to a fair trial is being impeded were also dismissed as “absurd” by prosecutors. “The misleading and frivolous nature of the defendant’s claims of prejudice demonstrate that they are just a cover for the real reason the defendant opposes a protective order in this case and which he and his counsel have expressed in their extrajudicial statements—that the defendant wishes to have a trial through the process,” Vaughn wrote. Judge Carl Nichols is slated to hear from both sides on the matter on Dec. 7. Meanwhile, over at the nearby D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, a hearing is slated for Tuesday regarding Trump’s fight to keep documents sought by the Jan. 6 Committee hidden. The former twice-impeached president has claimed executive privilege over a bevy of records that congressional investigators say are integral to unpacking exactly what happened before and during the Capitol riot.

Jack Dorsey steps down as Twitter CEO

Jack Dorsey is stepping down as CEO of Twitter, the company he co-founded in 2006, and will be replaced by the company's CTO, Parag Agrawal, Dorsey and the social platform said on Monday. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Jack Dorsey steps down as Twitter CEO

Jack Dorsey is stepping down as CEO of Twitter, the company he co-founded in 2006, and will be replaced by the company's CTO, Parag Agrawal, Dorsey and the social platform said on Monday. Read Full Article at RT.com

BioNTech works on its answer to new Covid variant

German biotech firm BioNTech has said it has started work on an altered vaccine to fight the Omicron variant of Covid-19, which has significant mutations which may allow it to bypass the protection offered by current jabs. Read Full Article at RT.com
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BioNTech works on its answer to new Covid variant

German biotech firm BioNTech has said it has started work on an altered vaccine to fight the Omicron variant of Covid-19, which has significant mutations which may allow it to bypass the protection offered by current jabs. Read Full Article at RT.com

The Patriot Movement’s creep into the GOP mainstream formed the war on democracy’s nexus

You’ll often hear hardcore right-wing Trumpists refer to themselves as “patriots.” Repeatedly. Donald Trump himself regularly refers to his devoted followers the same way. And because the word has a common, generic meaning, most of us glance over its us
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The Patriot Movement’s creep into the GOP mainstream formed the war on democracy’s nexus

You’ll often hear hardcore right-wing Trumpists refer to themselves as “patriots.” Repeatedly. Donald Trump himself regularly refers to his devoted followers the same way. And because the word has a common, generic meaning, most of us glance over its use without giving it much attention. We should be, because the word is actually a kind of code, a signal of team membership. Certainly, its use has an obvious propaganda purpose: If the people who support Trump are “patriots,” then his opponents by right-wing logic must be unpatriotic and unAmerican. But more importantly, identifying as one signals to others your affiliation with the far-right “Patriot Movement”—better known to some as the militia movement or “constitutionalists.” And understanding this is central to understanding that this movement is the nexus of the right’s insurgent war on democracy.

Plan to battle future pandemics in the making by WHO members

World Health Organization (WHO) members have agreed to create an international treaty governing future pandemic prevention and response as they meet in Geneva this week. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Plan to battle future pandemics in the making by WHO members

World Health Organization (WHO) members have agreed to create an international treaty governing future pandemic prevention and response as they meet in Geneva this week. Read Full Article at RT.com

Cristiano Ronaldo ‘to shun’ Ballon d’Or bash where Lionel Messi is tipped to triumph

Cristiano Ronaldo will reportedly not be heading to Lionel Messi's new home of Paris on Monday for a ceremony which is expected to send his fellow great further ahead of him in Ballon d'Or wins. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Cristiano Ronaldo ‘to shun’ Ballon d’Or bash where Lionel Messi is tipped to triumph

Cristiano Ronaldo will reportedly not be heading to Lionel Messi's new home of Paris on Monday for a ceremony which is expected to send his fellow great further ahead of him in Ballon d'Or wins. Read Full Article at RT.com

'We’ve effectively turned housing into a luxury': Kevin McCarthy takes eight hours to fight change

It is with great pride that I can say I am finally a homeowner—pride for all of the obvious reasons, from the opportunity to build generational wealth to simply having a place for my family to retreat to in hard times generation after generation. But as rew
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'We’ve effectively turned housing into a luxury': Kevin McCarthy takes eight hours to fight change

It is with great pride that I can say I am finally a homeowner—pride for all of the obvious reasons, from the opportunity to build generational wealth to simply having a place for my family to retreat to in hard times generation after generation. But as rewarding a feeling as homeownership is, the housing market and my own sliver of the larger story have dimmed my hope for the future. Journalist after journalist has been reporting on shortages in housing inventory pushing the dream of homeownership out of reach for many Americans.  “My father was an electrician and my mother was a home healthcare worker,” New York writer and author Jelani Cobb tweeted earlier this month. “It occurred to me recently that by the time I made enough to purchase the home they raised me in I had a doctorate, tenure and had written several books. We’ve effectively turned housing into a luxury.”

Trump challenges ‘fake news media’ to public debate

Donald Trump continues to insist the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent, now going so far as to challenge the “heads of the various papers” and “far left politicians” to debate him in a “ratings bonanza” television event. Read Full Article
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Trump challenges ‘fake news media’ to public debate

Donald Trump continues to insist the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent, now going so far as to challenge the “heads of the various papers” and “far left politicians” to debate him in a “ratings bonanza” television event. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Machine gunfire’ turns upscale Chicago neighborhood into ‘war zone’ (VIDEO)

Dramatic video of rapid gunfire on the streets of an upscale Chicago neighborhood has been widely shared on social media. Two men were reportedly left with face and leg injuries following the shooting. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Machine gunfire’ turns upscale Chicago neighborhood into ‘war zone’ (VIDEO)

Dramatic video of rapid gunfire on the streets of an upscale Chicago neighborhood has been widely shared on social media. Two men were reportedly left with face and leg injuries following the shooting. Read Full Article at RT.com

New Omicron Covid-19 variant could be less deadly than feared, top Russian scientist claims

The new Omicron variant of Covid-19, discovered last week in South Africa, has sparked panic and border closures around the world. Now, however, one of Russia's top scientists has said it could prove to be an overreaction. Read Full Article at RT.com
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New Omicron Covid-19 variant could be less deadly than feared, top Russian scientist claims

The new Omicron variant of Covid-19, discovered last week in South Africa, has sparked panic and border closures around the world. Now, however, one of Russia's top scientists has said it could prove to be an overreaction. Read Full Article at RT.com

Ski star ‘doesn’t care’ if Russians brand rivals cowards over refusal to race in -22 cold

A ski star has denied his team are «cowards» after watching Russia sweep the podium following their refusal to start a World Cup pursuit race in harrowingly cold conditions in Finland. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Ski star ‘doesn’t care’ if Russians brand rivals cowards over refusal to race in -22 cold

A ski star has denied his team are «cowards» after watching Russia sweep the podium following their refusal to start a World Cup pursuit race in harrowingly cold conditions in Finland. Read Full Article at RT.com

Twitter’s Jack Dorsey to step down, report claims

Twitter founder and CEO Jack Dorsey will reportedly be stepping down from his position with the social media platform, according to insider sources of CNBC. The company’s stock has already jumped at the news. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Twitter’s Jack Dorsey to step down, report claims

Twitter founder and CEO Jack Dorsey will reportedly be stepping down from his position with the social media platform, according to insider sources of CNBC. The company’s stock has already jumped at the news. Read Full Article at RT.com

Omicron update: Latest variant tests to see if the planet has learned a #@$%ing thing in two years

Earlier this week, scientists in South Africa and Botswana identified a small cluster of cases involving a new variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The high number of mutations on this variant, now officially labeled as “omicron,” generated immediate con
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Omicron update: Latest variant tests to see if the planet has learned a #@$%ing thing in two years

Earlier this week, scientists in South Africa and Botswana identified a small cluster of cases involving a new variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The high number of mutations on this variant, now officially labeled as “omicron,” generated immediate concern—especially as several of the changes involve the critical spike protein. That protein is a key part of how the virus attaches to cells in the body, and the target of both vaccines and manufactured monoclonal antibody treatments. So changes in that area could affect the virus’ rate of transmission, as well as making it more evasive to prevention and treatment. Early statistics in one region of South Africa have given preliminary indications that the rate of transmission may be very high; possibly higher than that of the delta variant, which currently makes up 99.9% of cases in the United States. It’s not clear that the variant actually appeared first in the region where it has been detected. South Africa has one of the world’s best systems of sampling and analysis—one that has experience in dealing with other epidemics, including HIV—meaning that it very quickly picks up on the presence of new variants. The cluster of cases in Gauteng, the nation’s smallest province, may represent the first such outbreak of omicron. Or not. In any case, nations around the world, including the U.S., have reacted to the news of the new variant with travel bans that stretch across the nations of southern Africa. That response will hopefully help slow the movement of this new variant, but shouldn’t be mistaken for anything like putting a lid over the problem. As of Saturday morning, likely cases connected to omicron have been identified in Hong Kong, Germany, Israel, the Czech Republic, and the United Kingdom. Overnight, more than 60 people on two flights from South Africa to the Netherlands tested positive for COVID-19, though it’s unclear if any of those cases involve omicron. At this moment, it’s impossible to tell if omicron is more infectious, more evasive, or more virulent than previous variants. Despite the vaguely ominous moniker, it may turn out to vanish as quickly as other variants that raised alarms. What is clear is that almost two years since the first cases of COVID-19 surfaced in a hospital in Wuhan, China, the world is getting a test to see if it has learned anything about controlling a contagious disease.

Thirteen Omicron cases suspected at football team with South African player

The new Omicron variant is believed to be behind the spate of Covid-19 infections which forced a Portuguese football team to field just nine men in a match – with a player who had returned to South Africa linked to the outbreak. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Thirteen Omicron cases suspected at football team with South African player

The new Omicron variant is believed to be behind the spate of Covid-19 infections which forced a Portuguese football team to field just nine men in a match – with a player who had returned to South Africa linked to the outbreak. Read Full Article at RT.com

EU insists it’s winning ‘hybrid war’ with Belarus

Alleged attempts by Belarus’ embattled leader Alexander Lukashenko to weaponize thousands of desperate migrants as part of an effort to put pressure on the EU have failed to divide its members, the bloc’s chief has insisted. Read Full Article at RT.com
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EU insists it’s winning ‘hybrid war’ with Belarus

Alleged attempts by Belarus’ embattled leader Alexander Lukashenko to weaponize thousands of desperate migrants as part of an effort to put pressure on the EU have failed to divide its members, the bloc’s chief has insisted. Read Full Article at RT.com

Hunter Biden gifted $80,000 diamond in shady Chinese deal – book

A damning new book claims US President Joe Biden's son accepted an $80,000 diamond and $10 million a year to make introductions in Washington on behalf of a Chinese-linked energy consortium. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Hunter Biden gifted $80,000 diamond in shady Chinese deal – book

A damning new book claims US President Joe Biden's son accepted an $80,000 diamond and $10 million a year to make introductions in Washington on behalf of a Chinese-linked energy consortium. Read Full Article at RT.com

Gazprom reports record profits after price surge

With gas prices soaring throughout Europe, Russian energy giant Gazprom has revealed a net profit for the first nine months of 2021 of $21 billion, a new record for the company over the first three quarters of a year. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Gazprom reports record profits after price surge

With gas prices soaring throughout Europe, Russian energy giant Gazprom has revealed a net profit for the first nine months of 2021 of $21 billion, a new record for the company over the first three quarters of a year. Read Full Article at RT.com

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