Month: July 2019

A federal judge permanently prevents Trump’s administrator from adding a question on citizenship to the 2020 census

A federal judge in New York issued an order definitively preventing the Trump administration from adding a question on citizenship to the 2020 census in any form, despite the administration’s insistence on abandoning its plan to add a question on the census. Judge Jesse Furman, in his two-page order, also indicated the seriousness with which […]

Iranian justice confirms the arrest of the Franco-Iranian researcher

The Iranian Judicial Authority confirmed on Tuesday the arrest of the French-Iranian academic Fariba Adelkhah, announced the day before by Paris. “She is one of the recently arrested suspects,” said Judicial Authority spokesperson Gholamhossein Esmaïli at a press conference in Tehran about Franco-Iranian researcher Fariba Adelkhah at Sciences po Paris. The exact date of the […]

The US Air Force is “ready to protect America and its property” as more than a million conspiracy theorists join the Facebook event to “storm” the classified Area 51 military base in Nevada to “see foreigners”.

The Facebook event “Storm Area 51” is scheduled for September 20. More than one million people registered for the “See them as strangers” event. The U.S. Air Force has now issued a strong warning to conspiracy theorists in Area 51   The US Air Force warned that it was “ready to defend America and its […]

Alan Turing, a Second World War code decryptor castrated for homosexuality, is the face of Britain’s £50 note.

Alan Turing, a visionary mathematician and crack decryptor convicted under Victorian homophobic laws, will be the face of Britain’s new £50 bill. Bank of England Governor Mark Carney announced on Monday that Turing, who committed suicide in 1954 after undergoing chemical castration, will appear on the new polymer note by the end of 2021. In […]

A Canadian couple kisses for a picture as they kneel behind a beautiful lion they just killed while hunting in South Africa

Darren and Carolyn Carter, of Edmonton, Alberta, killed at least two lions. Legelela Safaris, which offers hunting in South Africa, has posted a snapshot on its Facebook page Package of £2400 for giraffe hunting but also for leopard, elephant and lion hunting. A Canadian couple happily kissed as they posed for a picture next to […]

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