Author: David Miller

"Travel aficionado. Incurable bacon specialist. Tv evangelist. Wannabe internet enthusiast. Typical creator."

In a historic vote, the UN general assembly has shown its support for the Palestinian bid for full UN membership. This move has been seen as a clear signal of Israel’s increasing isolation on the world stage. The vote comes amidst global concern over the ongoing war in Gaza and the humanitarian crisis in the strip, which has motivated many countries to back the Palestinian bid. Israel’s envoy to the UN, Gilad Erdan, fiercely criticized the resolution and its supporters, even going as far as feeding pages of the UN charter into a shredder in response to the vote. Meanwhile,…

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A local restaurant in town has set tongues wagging with its latest culinary offerings – a new menu featuring unique fusion dishes that combine flavors and ingredients from around the world. The chef at the restaurant has spent months perfecting these dishes, aiming to create a one-of-a-kind dining experience for customers. The new menu includes dishes that blend different cuisines together, creating a harmonious fusion of tastes and textures. Patrons can now enjoy a range of innovative dishes that push the boundaries of traditional cuisine. Since the launch of the new menu, customers have been flocking to the restaurant to…

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Steve Bannon, a key ally of former President Donald Trump, faced a setback in his legal battle as a federal court of appeals rejected his appeal for contempt of Congress. Bannon’s appeal was related to his refusal to testify about the January 6 Capitol riot, and the appeals court upheld his conviction, bringing him closer to serving a four-month jail sentence. Bannon was initially convicted in July 2022 for failing to comply with a congressional subpoena regarding the events of January 6. His legal team argued that Bannon did not “willfully” reject the subpoena, but the appeals court did not…

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The upcoming presidential election in the United States is shaping up to be a highly contested battle, with both major political parties gearing up for a fierce fight to win the White House. Key issues such as healthcare, the economy, and national security are expected to be at the forefront of the campaign. Candidates from both parties are expected to engage in heated debates and campaign events in the months leading up to the election, with voter turnout anticipated to be high as both parties mobilize their bases to get out and vote. Political analysts are predicting a close race,…

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Stocks faced downward pressure today as investors awaited the Bank of England’s rate decision and US initial jobless claims. Treasuries also slipped following a weak US bond sale, with government debt in Australia, New Zealand, and Japan falling in tandem. In Europe, the Stoxx 600 remained relatively flat after four consecutive days of gains, while futures on the S&P 500 pointed to declines at the Wall Street open. Ten-year Treasuries ticked lower after tepid demand at a $42 billion sale, indicating a lack of investor interest in the bond market. The stock bounce seen in recent weeks is fading as…

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In a significant development, President Joe Biden has made the decision to withhold offensive weapons from Israel for an impending assault on Rafah in Gaza. This move highlights the growing rift between the Biden administration and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government. Although the U.S. will continue to provide defensive arms such as Iron Dome rocket interceptors to Israel, the pause on heavy bomb shipments is a clear signal of U.S. concerns over Israel’s actions in Gaza. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin emphasized the importance of providing precise weapons for operations in densely populated areas like Rafah. Israel’s decision to evacuate 100,000…

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In a surprising turn of events, Hamas has announced a ceasefire with Israel, sparking joyous celebrations in the city of Rafah. However, the agreement is not without its complications. Israeli officials have raised concerns about certain issues in the agreement, causing uncertainty about the future of the truce. Adding to the tension, Israeli tanks have seized control of the Rafah crossing, a crucial entry point for humanitarian aid into the Gaza Strip. This move has raised questions about Israel’s true intentions and has further strained the fragile ceasefire. As tensions rise between Hamas and Israel, the ceasefire appears to be…

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Kim Kardashian made headlines once again for her daring fashion choices at this year’s Met Gala. The reality star struggled to catch her breath in a custom metal waist-cinching gown by Maison Margiela Couture, as shown in a behind-the-scenes video for Vogue. The dress, combined with a cozy gray sweater, left fans concerned for Kardashian’s well-being as she posed for photos on the red carpet. Kardashian has been wanting to collaborate with Maison Margiela for years and praised designer John Galliano for his vision. However, social media users were quick to express their worries about the tightness of the dress…

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Google is leading the way in celebrating World Password Day by shining a spotlight on its latest security achievements and updates. According to the tech giant, passkeys have been used over one billion times by 400 million Google accounts, showcasing their speed and high level of security compared to traditional passwords. Major companies like Amazon, 1Password, and Dashlane have already jumped on board and adopted passkeys as part of their security protocols. Google is also stepping up its game by planning to expand passkeys to users who are at high risk of targeted attacks through its Advanced Protection Program. Another…

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As tensions rise in Georgia over a controversial media bill, the country’s Parliament is under scrutiny for potentially infringing on press freedom and jeopardizing its EU membership bid. The bill, criticized as the “Russian law” by protesters due to its resemblance to legislation in Russia, would require media and noncommercial organizations to register as pursuing the interests of a foreign power if they receive over 20% of funding from abroad. Protests in Tbilisi turned violent as police used water cannons, tear gas, and pepper spray against tens of thousands of demonstrators. The bill has sparked outrage among Georgians, with many…

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