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Ukraine and Russia: What you need to know right now

Aug 8 (Reuters) - International alarm over weekend artillery attacks on Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex grew on Monday with Kyiv warning of the risk of a Chornobyl-style catastrophe and appealing for the area to be made a demilitarised zone. read more.
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Here’s the Real Reason Kim & Pete Broke Up—She Was ‘Totally Exhausted’ by Their Age Difference

Click here to read the full article. End of an era. After the shocking news of their split, many Kete fans are asking: Why did Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson break up? It seems like scheduling, age differences and different personalities were some of the reasons why the former Saturday Night Live star and The Kardashians star split. A source confirmed to Page Six on August 5, 2022, that Kim and Pete had broken up after nine months of dating. “Kim and Pete have decided to just be friends,” the insider said. “They have a lot of love and respect for...

Gaza clears rubble, buries dead as truce with Israel holds

Shell-shocked Gazans on Monday sifted through the rubble of three days of deadly fighting between Israel and Islamic Jihad militants as a truce held and life slowly returned to normal. On Monday evening, nearly a day since the truce began, Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid gave a televised address saying the bombardment had "landed a devastating blow to the enemy", and that the "entire senior military command of Islamic Jihad in Gaza was successfully targeted."

Cyclists who kill face longer jail terms with new law to crack down on ‘legal loophole’

Transport secretary Grant Shapps has pledged to create a “death by dangerous cycling” law that will treat killer cyclists the same as motorists.Mr Shapps said the law was needed to “impress on cyclists the real harm they can cause when speed is combined with lack of care”.The move will close a legal loophole which means cyclists who kill pedestrians can only be jailed for two years.It comes four years after the government ran a consultation on proposals for new offences of causing death or serious injury while cycling.Mr Shapps wrote in the Mail+ that a “selfish minority” of cyclists believe...

Idris Elba Wants to Battle Superman as ‘Suicide Squad’ Anti-Hero Bloodsport: ‘It Needs to Happen’

Click here to read the full article. Idris Elba is teasing his potential return as the DC Comics assassin Bloodshot. “I would definitely like to tell the Superman story. There’s no doubt,” Elba tells Variety. “Bloodsport versus Superman. It needs to happen.” The actor was referencing how Bloodsport was sent to prison for putting Superman in the ICU with a kryptonite bullet, a key element of his character’s backstory that’s alluded to in “The Suicide Squad.” Bloodsport was one of the few remaining members of Task Force X that survived the battle against Starro in “The Suicide Squad.” While the film ended with...

Study describes new 'molecular tool' to trigger targeted immune responses

A research team at the University of Oklahoma published a study in the journal Advanced Science that presents a new approach to triggering an adaptive immune response. The study was led by Handan Acar, Ph.D., the Peggy and Charles Stephenson Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering in the Gallogly College of Engineering, with collaborators in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the OU Health Sciences Center Mark Lang, Ph.D., and Susan Kovats, Ph.D., who is also a researcher at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. Doctoral student Gokhan Gunay is the first author of the paper.

How the FBI knew what to search for at Mar-a-Lago – and why the Presidential Records Act is an essential tool for the National Archives and future historians

The FBI search of former President Donald Trump’s Florida estate, Mar-a-Lago, on Aug. 8, 2022, has sparked a vigorous outcry from Trump and his allies. The details of the search are not clear, but reporting by The New York Times confirms that the search was “at least in part” for presidential records that Trump had taken from the White House and which were being sought by the National Archives and Records Administration. We asked Shannon Bow O'Brien, a scholar of the presidency at the University of Texas, Austin College of Liberal Arts, to discuss the history, law and customs associated with presidential archives.

Two pedestrians injured after being struck by car in Stonehaven

Two pedestrians have been taken to hospital after being struck by a car in Aberdeenshire. Police Scotland said the incident happened on Beach Road in Stonehaven at about 14:20. A 76-year-old man and 80-year-old woman had been taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary but no details about their conditions has been...

Top iOS 16 features that you can enjoy without jailbreaking your iPhone

Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links, if you purchase anything through these affiliated links, the author/website may earn a commission. Jailbreak community serves a great deal for Apple Inc to come up with new feature ideas in their upcoming iOS s. As an iOS 16 jailbreak enthusiast, you may already be very aware that it has been one of their practices to make use of jailbreak tweaks to enhance the overall user experience of iPhone users. Nonetheless, if you don’t have iOS 16 yet, you can still utilize your current iOS to enjoy iOS 16 features in a matter of seconds using the jailbreak tweaks below. Discussed below are 16 features introduced with iOS 16 that have been originally borrowed from the jailbreak community.

Delaware Supreme Court Upholds Sentence of 19-Year-Old Daycare Worker Who Murdered a Child to ‘Release Her Anger’ and ‘Stress’ from Hearing Babies Cry

The Delaware Supreme Court on Friday affirmed the life sentence of a daycare worker who pleaded guilty to murdering a four-month-old child. As Law&Crime previously reported, DeJoynay Ferguson was arrested in September 2019 and pleaded guilty in April 2021. She appealed by arguing that her life sentence was unfair, according to the Delaware Supreme Court’s Friday decision.