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    Ukraine plans blackouts as it prepares for an extended power outage

    Emergency personnel in Kyiv are considering a total blackout that would necessitate the evacuation of three million citizens due to a seriously damaged energy grid caused by Russian missiles. The areas of Ukraine prepare for a complete loss of energy.In an apparent assassination attempt, a judge who executed unpaid fighters in occupied Ukraine gets shot.The […] More

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    Zelensky claims Russia is planning to blow up a dam in the Ukraine war.

    Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, has claimed that Russia is planning to blow up a dam at a hydroelectric plant in southern Ukraine, causing a “large-scale disaster.” In his overnight address, he claimed that, in accordance with Ukrainian information, Russian forces had mined the Kakhovka dam on the Dnieper river.Russian forces are in control […] More

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    Dozens of people were injured in clashes outside the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

    According to Palestinian medics and Israeli police, at least 163 Palestinians and six Israeli police officers have been injured in clashes in Jerusalem.Tensions have been rising over the possibility of evicting Palestinians from land occupied by Jewish settlers. The Red Crescent has established a field hospital to treat the injured.Due to the “rioting of thousands […] More

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    Is covid aid reaching many of those in India who need it?

    Last month, as India’s catastrophic Covid-19 crisis worsened, countries across the world started sending emergency medical supplies to help stem the tide.At the beginning of last week, planeloads of ventilators, medicines, and oxygen supplies started to arrive in India from countries such as the United Kingdom and the United States. However, as the number of […] More

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    Mexico City metro: concerns over structural flaws and construction quality. At least 23 people died.

    Authorities in Mexico City have vowed a thorough investigation into the failure of a metro overpass, as concerns about the line’s safety grow.“Nothing would be hidden” said President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, while the mayor said the investigation would include an outside firm would be involved in the inquiry. (CNS photo/Luis Cortes, Reuters)Since the line’s […] More

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    Solution that may stop the COVID-19 spread in the U.S.

    The U.S. should do one of two things to avoid the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, which is currently spreading at a pace of about 60,000 new cases every day.  Whether it can absolutely lock everyone down — or it can continually check people out. The lockdown strategy works because if infected people aren’t able to get close to non-infected people, the transmission chain is broken even though we don’t know who is actually infected. The research strategy works as it helps us to classify infected individuals and separate them from uninfected individuals without causing anyone else to stay home.However, the problem with lockdowns is that Americans have zero appetite for even targeted, localized sequels after having endured a big national this spring — and suffering the economic fallout with little to show for it.That leaves it to the test. The latest data, unfortunately, shows that testing is falling across much of the USA. According to Johns Hopkins University, over the past week in 30 states — more than half the country — the average number of COVID-19 tests per 1,000 people is down. Nationally, the total number of daily tests […] More

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    etaTV made it to TOP 30 meme blogs list!

    We are very happy to announce that we have got ourselves a spot at #17 ranking in Top 30 Meme blogs on feedspot! You can see us shining bright in spot #17 here: https://blog.feedspot.com/meme_blogs/ This is our first of many achievements. Help us reach the top by visiting us daily! While on the topic we […] More