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James Bond Actor Sean Connery Dies at Age 90

The legendary Scottish actor starred in innumerable films, including The Hunt for Red October, The Rock, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, The Untouchables, The Name of The Rose, and many others.

Khabib Warns 'Allah Will Bring Down His Punishment' on 'Enemies of Islam' Attacking Prophet Muhammad

The fighter previously posted a picture of Emmanuel Macron with a footprint on his face on Instagram, as the French president urged to curb Islamic radicalism in the country after several gruesome terror attacks.

UK Royal Family Banned From Singing National Anthem on Armistice Day Under COVID-19 Rules

For some, government bans on singing patriotic songs on national holidays is another piece of evidence that COVID-19 restrictions have gone too far. UK government guidelines say that people should avoid “shouting and raising voices” as well as “playing instruments that are blown” as this could increase the risk of transmission through “droplets.”

Deadly Quake Prompts 6-Month State of Emergency on Greek Island of Samos

ATHENS (Sputnik) - A six-month-long state of emergency has been declared on the Greek island of Samos after it was hit by a strong earthquake, Greece’s General Secretariat for Civil Protection said Saturday.

Freedom of Speech? Online Fury After Belgian Teacher Suspended Over Showing Prophet Muhammad Cartoon

Earlier this month, French history teacher Samuel Paty was beheaded by an 18-year-old teenager on the outskirts of Paris after Paty showed cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad during a lesson, something that is considered blasphemous by Muslims.

Glenn Greenwald Leaves The Intercept After Editors Spike Biden Story

Pulitzer winner Glenn Greenwald founded the Intercept to challenge official narratives and protect editorial freedom. When editors abandoned those principles, spiking a controversial story, he was forced to quit.

Labour Suspends Corbyn, Europe Locks Down, US Told Vote or Die

After four years of pretending to care about non-center voices, US mainstream media is eager for the good old days.

Marxism and Election 2020

On today’s episode of The Backstory, host Lee Stranahan discussed current events, France being on high alert after two terrorist attacks, Islamabad having an attack, Wal-Mart preparing for civil unrest, Louisville officer Mattingtingly counter-suing Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend Kenneth Walker, and Kyle Rittenhouse being extradited to Wisconsin.

Not Biased At All: Netizens Blast Madame Tussauds for 'Dumping' Trump's Wax Figure

This is not the first time that the famous museum has used the 45th president to make a statement. During the summer its affiliate in New York put a face mask on the wax figure of Donald Trump in order to encourage US citizens to wear them to stop the spread of the coronavirus as America tops the list of those affected by the infectious disease.

Party Hard: European Nightlife During Coronavirus Pandemic

As the number of people infected spikes across Europe, many nations have introduced strict measures to curb the disease. In Germany and France, lockdowns have returned, while the UK has introduced a three-tier restriction system. But these precautions don’t mean people are just sitting at home everywhere - in some places, nightlife is still on!

Never Let Go: Silly Corgi Pup Too Lazy to Walk

Everybody knows that doggos are brave and strong hunters, and they won't ever give up on something they've got - especially if it's tasty. Even if they bite a toy, canines are too stubborn to let it go - which is unbelievably cute, especially when we're talking about a small doggo, who looks like a little loaf of bread!

Video of Man Ramming Through Gates of Mecca's Grand Mosque in a Car Emerges Online

No casualties were reported after the incident at the Grand Mosque, which is still limiting the number of pilgrims visiting it daily due to coronavirus restrictions.

'Condemned' Hindu Girl Who 'Insulted' Prophet on Facebook Goes Missing in Bangladesh

The disappearance of Tithy Sarker, a Bangladeshi Hindu girl, has attracted sympathy from Indian social media users, who have called on their government to take up the matter with Dhaka. Many Indians also cited the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), which fast-tracks Indian citizenship applications for persecuted people from India's neighbours.

EU Sues UK to Force Westminster to Lower Import Standards on Crop Pest Controls

The UK's environment ministry imposed new rules in April to stop the spread of two destructive plant bugs from the continent, Xylella and Ceratocystis. But in June the European Commission issued EU legislation in an attempt to block the move by Britain, who had already left the bloc.

Launch of Next 3 Russian Gonets-M Satellites Scheduled on 24 November

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The next three Gonets-M satellites are scheduled for launch on 24 November, two days ahead of the previous date, a spokesman for satellite operator Gonets told Sputnik on Saturday.
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