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Day: March 17, 2019

New Zealand PM’s office received gunman ‘manifesto’ minutes before massacreInteresting News

New Zealand PM’s office received gunman ‘manifesto’ minutes before massacre

The gunman suspected of killing 50 people in two New Zealand mosques sent his manifesto to state authorities just minutes
Anti-vaccination activists refuse to be ‘silenced’Interesting News

Anti-vaccination activists refuse to be ‘silenced’

Vaccination skeptics say the US government has joined with pharmaceutical companies to shut them down, and the veil of silence
Australia bans Milo Yiannopoulos after ‘appalling’ comments on NZ shootingInteresting News

Australia bans Milo Yiannopoulos after ‘appalling’ comments on NZ shooting

The Australian government said Saturday that it has rescinded the visa of Milo Yiannopoulos for “appalling comments” that Canberra claims
Possession of Christchurch massacre videos could face 10 years in prisonConspiracy or Not

Possession of Christchurch massacre videos could face 10 years in prison

New Zealand police have stated that any person that is in possession of the Christchurch massacre video(s) could face up
New Gene-Edited Cooking Oil Is Secretly Being Used In RestaurantsFood & Health News

New Gene-Edited Cooking Oil Is Secretly Being Used In Restaurants

With a new generation of genetically-altered foods, manufacturers are still trying to gain public acceptance by stealth. If they are
World’s 1st remote brain surgery via 5G network performed in ChinaFood & Health News

World’s 1st remote brain surgery via 5G network performed in China

A Chinese surgeon has performed the world’s first remote brain surgery using 5G technology, with the patient 3,000km away from
Iran sentences US Navy vet to 10 years behind bars for insulting supreme leaderWar News

Iran sentences US Navy vet to 10 years behind bars for insulting supreme leader

A US citizen has been sentenced to 10 years behind bars after a trial in Iran, his lawyer said. The
Congress discusses giving itself a pay raisePolitics

Congress discusses giving itself a pay raise

Living in Washington DC is expensive. For US lawmakers, that means it’s time to give themselves a pay raise. But