Lukashenko Fears Russia Will Assassinate Him, But Killing President Is ‘Catastrophic For Putin’: Report

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, an ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, fears he will be assassinated by Moscow following the death of a Belarusian foreign minister, according to a report. Lukashenko’s fear has allegedly led him to replace his cooks, guards and servants to protect himself, UK tabloid The Sun reported, citing Russian businessman and … Read more

China Will Use ‘Any Means Necessary’ To Stop Protests, Anti-Xi Jinping Uprising: Communism Survivor

A survivor of Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution warned that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) will use “any means necessary” to blunt any uprising against Chinese President Xi Jinping’s “zero-COVID” policy. Mass protests erupted across China last week as the CCP leader tightened his grip on the nation’s COVID-19 lockdowns, leading to clashes between police and … Read more

Russia Will Lose 100,000 Soldiers In Ukraine War This Year: Zelensky

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday said he is convinced the Russian army will lose 100,000 military personnel in the war by the end of 2022. Speaking in an evening video address, Zelensky added that Russia is losing “hundreds” of mobilized soldiers and mercenaries in the Donetsk region, where Ukrainian forces are holding against Russian … Read more

Will Smith Says Bottled Rage Led to Oscars Slap

Will Smith Says Bottled Rage, Led to Oscars Slap. Deadline reports that Smith appeared on ‘The Daily Show’ on Nov. 28 to promote his new movie, ‘Emancipation.’. He also addressed slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars. I was gone, dude. That was a rage that had been bottled for a really long time, Will Smith, … Read more

Psychologist Kris Schroder jailed over forging will in attempt to inherit deceased partner’s fortune

A forensic psychologist who forged the will of her cancer-ridden partner in order to loot her multi-million dollar estate before pressuring lifelong friends to perjure themselves for her has been jailed. key points: Schroder, 61, must spend 20 months in prison before she can apply for parole A judge says Schroder was motivated by “either … Read more

Putin Says Russia Will Use AI To Increase Life Expectancy To 80 Years Old

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday said Russia will use artificial intelligence technology to increase average life expectancy to over 80 years. Speaking at the AI ​​Journey conference, Putin said there were already “some positive examples” with their goal of increasing life expectancy. He did not, however, give any specific details. “Healthcare is the most … Read more

‘Fulfill Our Demands’ And Attacks Will Stop

A top-ranked Russian official Thursday said that Ukraine can end the war and “bring the situation back to normal” if it fulfills the Kremlin’s demands, according to a report. Russian forces launched a new series of airstrikes across several Ukrainian regions Wednesday, targeting the country’s already-battered power grid and causing widespread power outages in parts … Read more

Inflation Won’t Stop Americans From Shopping On Black Friday And Cyber Monday, What Will They Buy?

Inflation won’t stop American consumers from opening their wallets to the nation’s retailers this year on Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday. That’s according to a Numerator survey released this morning, which finds that 78% of Americans plan to stick to the old tradition of shopping on Black Friday, followed by Cyber ​​Monday (50%), Saturday (43%), … Read more

18 Thanksgiving Myths And Truths That Will Surprise You

Central American immigrants and their families pray before Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 24, 2016 in Stamford, Conn. Getty Images/John Moore Thanksgiving is America’s second-favorite holiday after Christmas. Mostly associated with a few traditions, such as roast turkey for dinner, football games and Macy’s parade, Thanksgiving is spent celebrating blessings and enjoying the company of loved … Read more

China Attack On Philippine Shores Will Invoke US Response: VP Harris

Vice President Kamala Harris reiterated the United States’ commitment to defend the Philippines in case of an armed attack in the disputed waters. During her meeting with Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr., Harris said an armed attack against the Philippine military in the South China Sea would invoke the 1951 US mutual defense treaty with … Read more