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Washington: Russian nuclear anti-satellite system is 'troubling'

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Washington: Russian nuclear anti-satellite system is 'troubling'

Washington: Russian nuclear anti-satellite system is 'troubling'

US National Security Communications Spokesperson John Kirby told journalists the new Russian system was not operational.


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Trader Joe’s Recalls Basil , After Reports of Salmonella Infections. On April 17, the grocery chain recalled Infinite Herbs organic basil. The basil has been "linked to a dozen Salmonella infections in seven states," CNN reports. . One person has been hospitalized. The 2.5-ounce packages were sold in 29 states and Washington, D.C., from Feb. 1 through April 6. . The CDC is advising consumers to dispose of any Infinite Herbs organic basil that was bought from Trader Joe's. The agency also says to clean anything that the contaminated basil may have come in contact with. . Investigators are trying to determine if any other products have been contaminated, CNN reports. . Symptoms of Salmonella infection include diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps, the CDC says. . Symptoms can develop anywhere between 6 hours and 6 days after consuming the bacteria. Most people don't need treatment and recover within 4 to 7 days. . If your symptoms are severe, or if you experience diarrhea and dehydration for more than three days, the CDC recommends contacting your health care provider

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Homicide and Other Violent Crimes Declining in Cities Across the US [Video]

Homicide and Other Violent Crimes Declining in Cities Across the US

Homicide and Other Violent Crimes , Declining in Cities Across the US. 'The Guardian' reports that a recent crime analysis found that homicides in major cities across the United States are falling at , “one of the fastest rates of decline ever recorded.". There’s just a ton of places that you can point to that are showing widespread, very positive trends, Jeff Asher, AH Datalytics, via 'The Wall Street Journal'. According to AH Datalytics' sample of nearly 200 cities, murder was down by 20.8% in 2024, when compared to the same time in 2023. Some cities, including Washington DC, New Orleans, Las Vegas, and Milwaukee, saw murder rates decline by over 30%. Some cities, including Washington DC, New Orleans, Las Vegas, and Milwaukee, saw murder rates decline by over 30%. The analysis is based on the FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting program, which consists of data collected by local law enforcement agencies across the nation. While the FBI's 2023 report will not be audited or made official until October, preliminary figures suggest that murder rates significantly dropped in 2023. . The latest data suggests that this year's declines will continue at an even faster clip, nearing pre-pandemic levels. . 'The Guardian' reports that the latest data mirrors another drastic decline in homicides during the 1990s. Nationally, you’re seeing a very similar situation to what you saw in the mid-to-late 90s. But it’s potentially even larger in terms of the percentages and numbers of the drops, Jeff Asher, AH Datalytics, via 'The Wall Street Journal'. The AH Datalytics data also found that nearly all other violent crimes saw significant declines in 2023 compared to 2022. . The quarterly data in particular suggests 2023 featured one of the lowest rates of violent crime in the United States in more than 50 years, Jeff Asher, AH Datalytics, via 'The Wall Street Journal'

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Japan, Philippines, US rebuke China over ‘dangerous’ South China Sea moves | Oneindia [Video]

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The heads of state from Japan, the Philippines, and the United States have jointly expressed "grave concern" regarding China's conduct in the contested South China Sea. Over recent years, Beijing has intensified its presence in this crucial maritime region, leading to heightened tensions, notably with the Philippines. This nation, among others in Southeast Asia, asserts territorial claims over portions of the sea adjacent to its shores. In response to a recent altercation near Second Thomas Shoal that resulted in injuries to Filipino soldiers and damage to vessels, President Ferdinand Marcos of the Philippines declared Manila's intention to enact countermeasures against China. The leaders of Japan, the Philippines, and the United States expressed shared concerns over the People's Republic of China's (PRC) provocative actions in the South China Sea during the inaugural summit held in Washington, DC. This joint statement comes amid escalating tensions in the region. #SouthChinaSea #China #Japan #Philippines #US #Tensions #Diplomacy #InternationalRelations #SecurityConcerns #GeoPolitics ~HT.97~PR.152~ED.102~

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Israel's Defence Minister says strikes will increase againt Hezbollah [Video]

Israel's Defence Minister says strikes will increase againt Hezbollah

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This Day in History: President Reagan Is Shot (Saturday, March 30th) [Video]

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