Kremlin Vaccine Disinformation Campaign Worsens Covid in Russia

In order to block the fourth wave of the Covid-19 outbreak, Russia has tightened restrictions on business and social activities. This PPKM tightening was carried out in the midst of the spotlight on the national vaccination program, which was considered by some to be a failure, among others, being consumed …

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Pros and Cons of Police Using Robotic Dogs

Police in many countries are now using robots for various special tasks that can endanger humans, including dealing with the threat of terrorism, to carrying out tasks in the midst of a pandemic. But the use of this robot turned out to be causing resistance from some residents, who thought …

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Biden leaves for G20 and COP26 Summits

WHITE BUILDING (Mouab) — The absence of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin in person at the meetings opened up opportunities for American President Joe Biden. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said, “America and Europe will attend the meeting. They will synergize and unite at the G20 …

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KontraS Asks TNI-Polri to Find Missing People in Intan Jaya Papua

FLY — KontraS activist, Rozy Brilian, fears that the disappearance of a civilian named Sem Kobogau in Intan Jaya, Papua, will repeat what happened to Pastor Yeremia Zanambani, who died last year. KontraS noted that two other civilians in Intan Jaya had a similar incident last year. KontraS Activist Rozy …

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Two Suspected Sumatran Tiger Skin Sellers Arrested in Aceh

FLY — Head of the Balai Gakkum Sumatra Region Section I Medan, Haluanto Ginting, said that two suspects, namely MAS (47) and SH (30), sellers of Sumatran tiger skins were arrested on Jalan Raya Bireun-Takengon, Gegerung Village, Wih Pesam District, Regency of North Sumatra. Bener Meriah, Aceh Province, Monday (25/10). …

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Malaysia Prepares to Launch World’s First Unisex Condom

The name of the condom was “Wondaleaf Unisex Condom”. John Tang Ing Ching, its creator, said he came up with the condom idea because he was very concerned about the high rate of unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases. A box of Unisex Wondaleaf Condoms at a factory in Sibu, …

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G-20 Countries Face Vaccine Inequality

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to divide the world into vaccinated and unvaccinated groups, the leaders of the world’s 20 richest countries are scheduled to meet this weekend to discuss how to address this deep gap. Concerns about the pandemic are likely to overshadow the first in-person meeting of G-20 …

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Myanmar Military Tortures Detainees Systematically

Investigations conducted by the news agency Associated Press (AP) found that Myanmar’s military had used torture systematically against those detained across the country since taking power from an elected government last February. AP spoke to 28 people who had been imprisoned and released in recent months. The news agency also …

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Defense Minister Chiu Affirms Taiwan Must Be Able to Self-Defense

Taiwan’s defense minister said Thursday (28/10), Taiwan must be ready to defend itself and cannot fully rely on other countries to help if China launches an attack on the island. Chiu Kuo-cheng made the statement to reporters after attending a hearing at the Taiwan legislature discussing national defense. Defense Minister …

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