Russian economy will remain balanced – Medvedev — RT Russia & Former Soviet Union

No “colossal downturns” are being experienced despite Western sanctions, the former president has said Russia’s economy will not be reduced to the defense industry alone, despite the ongoing conflict with Ukraine and Western sanctions, former President Dmitry Medvedev told journalists on Sunday. Imbalances in the economy will not be allowed to develop, he said, adding … Read more

Foul call on Creighton player in final moments of Elite Eight game vs San Diego State sparks debate

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San Diego State guard Darrion Trammell drew a foul with less than 2 seconds left in the Elite Eight matchup against Creighton and made one free throw to send the Aztecs to the Final Four. Creighton guard Ryan Nembhard appeared to grab Trammell’s hip as he went up for a running jumper. An official called … Read more

Online trolls are taking a toll in China

“A strong sense of collectivism in China can mean that cyberbullying, when perpetrated as a symbolic act of violence or aggression towards another in a public setting, may lead to drastic measures, such as suicide, to escape that sense of humiliation,” says K Cohen Tan, a vice-provost at University of Nottingham Ningbo China. Source link

Philadelphia Officials Now ‘Confident’ Tap Water Is Safe To Drink After Chemical Leak

Philadelphia officials say they are “confident” that the local tap water is safe to drink after initially advising residents to switch to bottled water “out of an abundance of caution” following a chemical spill in a Delaware River tributary. Tap water treated at a local plant is safe to drink and use at least through … Read more

Netanyahu fires defense minister — RT World News

Yoav Gallant’s opposition to the PM’s controversial judicial overhaul plan led to his ouster Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has fired his defense minister, Yoav Gallant, on Sunday, less than a day after Gallant attempted to put the brakes on the PM’s controversial effort to overhaul the nation’s judiciary system. Massive protests soon broke out … Read more

Thanks to AI, Doctor Dolittle may not be the only human talking to animals

Thanks to AI, Doctor Dolittle may not be the only human talking to animals The field of digital bioacoustics uses advanced sensors and artificial intelligence technology to observe and decode how many species use their own communication methods to share information with each other. Discovery’s Curiosity Daily podcast helps you get smarter about the world … Read more

Russia blames Ukraine for drone explosion far from border that injured three people

An explosion in Russia reportedly injured three people, including a 16-year-old girl, on Sunday. Russian authorities blamed a Ukrainian drone for the blast 175 kilometres south of Moscow. The explosion occurred shortly after 3:00 pm local time in the town of Kireyevsk in the Tula region, about 300 kilometres from the border with Ukraine.  Ukraine … Read more

Chargers’ Sebastian Joseph-Day accuses TSA agents of sexual assault

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Los Angeles Chargers defensive lineman Sebastian Joseph-Day accused Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents of sexually assaulting him at John Wayne Airport in California. Joseph-Day opened up about the situation on Friday on Twitter. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Sebastian Joseph-Day of the Los Angeles Chargers celebrates a sack against the Texans at … Read more

Triple Gold for Georgia’s men on final day in Tbilisi

The 2023 Tbilisi Grand Slam came to a dramatic climax with all three men’s golds going to hosts Georgia. An all-Georgian final To the delight of a packed stadium, Olympic Champion Lasha Bekauri faced current European Champion Luka Maisuradze for an all-Georgian final at -90kg. And it was Bekauri who took gold in a very … Read more