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  • Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has used his first memo since taking office to direct prosecutors to quit sending criminals to prison in many cases and downgrade charges for crimes such as armed robbery and drug dealing. Bragg joins a long list of district attorneys in major US cities who were elected with the backing of Hungarian-born billionaire George Soros, who reportedly donated up to $1 million to his successful campaign. And like other Soros-backed prosecutors, he’s trying to reform the criminal justice system by sending fewer people to jail and decriminalizing some lesser offenses.


  • Americans are quitting their jobs at the fastest pace ever, exacerbating staffing shortages for restaurants, hotels, and other businesses that were already struggling to fill empty slots amid fierce competition for workers. About 4.53 million workers voluntarily left their jobs in November, exceeding the previous record of 4.36 million that was set in September, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported on Tuesday. The quit level amounted to 3% of the entire US work force and jumped 37% from a year earlier. Some of the biggest losses were in lodging and food services, which saw 920,000 workers walk away, and retail trade, with 686,000 defections. Hospitals and other healthcare employers were also hit hard, losing 598,000 workers, the report showed.


  • The Taliban has ordered clothes shops in Afghanistan’s Herat province to behead all mannequins because they are “idols,” according to media reports. According to The Times newspaper, the ruling was issued last week by the local office of the Ministry for the Propagation of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice, which is charged with enforcing the Taliban’s reading of Sharia Law in the western province. Officials initially wanted shopkeepers to remove the dummies altogether, describing them as “statues” that were being “worshiped.” However, store owners hit out at the idea, arguing that it would have an adverse effect on their already floundering business. The Taliban relented and settled for the mere beheading of mannequins instead, with severe punishment awaiting those who run afoul of the new rule.


  • Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has declared a state of emergency in Almaty, as well as the Mangystau region of the country. Meanwhile, photos and videos have surfaced online showing armored vehicles on the streets. Angered by the government lifting of price caps on energy, crowds of demonstrators have smashed and set on fire police vehicles in Kazakhstan’s largest city. Intense clashes between cops and protesters have been reported. Since 1 January, prices have skyrocketed, initially rising from around 60 tenges to 80 and then up to 120 tenges (around $3) per litre, prompting the residents of Aktau and Zhanaozen in the southwestern Mangystau Region to take to the streets, demanding the prices be lowered. A state of emergency was declared across all of Kazakhstan late on Wednesday, a Sputnik correspondent reported.


  • The Canadian government has reached a “milestone” $31-billion settlement to compensate indigenous children and families harmed by the “discriminatory underfunding” of the child welfare system on First Nations reservations. Noting that “historic injustices require historic reparations,” Miller said that “no amount of money can reverse the harms experienced” and described the deals as an acknowledgement that successive governments had failed indigenous children. In 2016, the tribunal ruled that Ottawa had underfunded services for First Nations children relative to those for non-indigenous children.


  • Speaking at the Vatican, Pope Francis has criticized individuals who let pets “take the place of children” for leaving civilization “without humanity,” saying they deprive society of “the richness of fatherhood and motherhood.” The Pope argued that people who do not want to have a child, choosing instead to have pets, exhibit a “form of selfishness.”


  • Bitcoin may overtake gold’s market share in 2022, a Goldman Sachs analyst has said in a research note to clients, as cryptocurrencies and digital assets surge in price and attract increasingly more investor interest. If Bitcoin’s price surpasses $100,000 per coin, it would secure a 50% share of the market, the note stated.


  • In a new report, the British Labour Party accuses the government of having “wasted” £13 billion ($17.61 billion) of taxpayers’ money on military projects since 2010, after multiple endeavors were either canceled or hit by costly delays. Examining all MoD spending since 2010, when the Conservatives took office, the Labour Party claims it has identified 67 cases of “waste,” where costs could have been avoided or reduced if there was more effective management. Addressing the MoD’s finances, Labour claimed it showed the UK government is “failing British troops and British taxpayers,” having “wasted” £13 billion of money during its time in government.


  • Mexican women were given the right to vote in 1953, but one town in Guerrero appears stuck in 1952. Women in Ocotequila, a community in the municipality of Copanatoyac, were not permitted to cast a ballot in a municipal election last Sunday. At least nine women were told they couldn’t participate, the newspaper Reforma reported. “They told us that only men can vote,” said Antonia Ramírez Marcelino, an Ocotequila resident and councilor with a local committee of the National Electoral Institute who has spoken up previously for the right of women to vote in her community.


  • Videos released by Turkish media tell the details of the tragedy that took place on the last day of 2021 in Iranian territory but close to the border. with Turkey, on the path chosen by hundreds of Afghans in their flight to another life. It is an Afghan woman, inanimate, covered in heavy clothing but barefoot in the snow. She was frozen to death, while the two children who were with her managed to reach a village, where they were rescued. The Iranian-Turkish route to reach Europe is being beaten by Afghan fugitives and raises many concerns to the Turkish authorities, also due to the dramatic conditions in which the economy of the country, starved by the Taliban and which suggests a substantial flight of inhabitants, is facing.


  • The Israel Defence Forces (IDF) is planning to create a women-only platoon as part of one of its mixed gender combat units guarding the country’s borders with Jordan and Egypt, the IDF confirmed after the news was reported by the Kan news network. The idea to create one stems not from a “social agenda”, but from a practical need to attract female recruits who are willing to serve on the front line, but are unwilling to do so out of religious concerns, the IDF said. Heads of Israeli religious seminaries told the IDF that many of their female students were willing to join the Army, but were afraid to do so due to concerns they won’t be able to uphold “strict modesty laws” in the presence of men in a combat unit.


  • Recent revelations of a juror in the Ghislaine Maxwell case, known only by his first and middle name Scotty David, may prove to be enough for her defence to file a mistrial and render her conviction on five counts, including for sex trafficking of a minor, void, former federal prosecutor in New York Moira Penza suggested in an interview with The Telegraph. Scotty David said in a recent interview that he suffered sexual abuse as a child. He further noted that he used his own grim experience not only to understand the victims in Maxwell’s case better, but also to convince other members of the jury that there are no inconsistencies in their testimonies. David specifically tried to alleviate other jurors’ concerns as to why the women came forward with their accusations only years later. He noted that he himself did not disclose the abuse against him until he was in high school. Moira Penza said that these revelations might serve as grounds for filing a mistrial in Maxwell’s case if David lied in the questionnaire all juror candidates had to fill out ahead of the selection process. The questionnaire namely contains a question “Have you or a friend or family member ever been the victim of sexual harassment, sexual abuse, or sexual assault?” and whether it could affect their judgement in the case. One juror was dismissed after informing the court she reported an alleged sexual abuse against her sister in school.


  • Mumbai Police on Wednesday made a third arrest in the controversial “Bulli Bai” app case by taking a 21-year-old science student from India’s Uttarakhand state into custody for allegedly listing hundreds of Muslim women for online auction. Rawat was reportedly pursuing a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in chemistry from a Delhi University college. Police have revealed that Rawat is a friend of an 18-year-old girl from Uttarakhand, Shweta Singh, who was arrested on Tuesday.


  • New details about ultralow-velocity zones – mysterious structures between the Earth’s mantle and core – suggest that they may have arisen from the same events that preceded the formation of the Moon, according to Nature Geoscience. According to the new findings, the internal structure of ULVZs is consistent with an origin from the basal magma ocean that was initially Earth’s outer regions. According to the Australian National University (ANU)’s press release, the team used thousands of computer-modelled seismic waves to examine ULVZs beneath the Coral Sea between Australia and New Zealand. This area was selected due to the high frequency of earthquakes and the seismic waves these events unleash.


  • Russian Space Systems, a subsidiary of the Russian state company Roscosmos, has developed a project of an advanced space power plant capable of gathering solar energy and transmitting it to Earth. “The new device can ensure the regular supply of green energy to hard-to-reach areas of the Earth, such as islands, mountains and territories in the north, regardless of weather conditions and time of day. It can also allow transferring energy to other spacecraft – for ‘scheduled recharging’ and in case of emergency”, Russian Space Systems said in a statement. The projected device consists of two parts. One of them is a 70-square-metre unmanned spacecraft gathering and accumulating solar energy to transfer to Earth. The second part of a ground station – an antenna array that will receive energy wirelessly from the spacecraft and distribute it.
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North Korean

This is not the first time that the late leader of North Korea has been credited with creating iconic dishes. Previously, local media claimed that Kim Jong-il invented the hamburger, which he named “double bread with meat”. Late North Korean leader Kim Jong-il invented the popular burrito, local media have reported. According to the state-run newspaper Rodong Sinmun, the head of state came up with the concept in 2011 and advised that the “wheat wraps” are best to be eaten while drinking mineral water or tea. His son, incumbent leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un, takes a “meticulous interest” in the dish, whose popularity is now booming in North Korea, Rodong Sinmun writes. Videos released by local media show North Koreans gathering at outside the Kumsong Food Factory in the capital Pyongyang and then munching on the snack. At one point, footage shows a mural depicting the late Kim Jong-il in a kitchen where the dish is made.

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Students Relax At A School In Inner Mongolia. Traditional Mongolian Dance has a long history in the region.

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International Space Station – 12/28/21

When there’s an unknown craft parked in front of a camera for a mass audience to see, it’s Galactic Federation trying to be seen gradually, not a “secret” human space program poorly hiding from us. Triangular Crafts are usually Arcturian. ~ Kabamur

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Fallen Angel

It looks like they’re preparing us for this project blue beam tech, and ofcourse it’s the fallen angel. ~ @awakenspecies

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