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Moscow concert hall attack: what we know so far … I say: It looks like a RETALIATION FOR OCTOBER 7 ATTACK ON ISRAEL, and the first one of many future retaliations coming. “CROCUS – POKUS” is just the first flower, the berries will follow. Ziz iz no “PICNIC”! It is the name of the performing group. It is a reference to the Re’im SuperNova music festival massacre. Putin, you better release all the Israeli hostages, or else!

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A massive blaze is seen over the Crocus City Hall on the western edge of Moscow, Russia, Friday, March 22, 2024. Sergei Vedyashkin / AP

Moscow concert hall attack: what we know so far … I say: It looks like a RETALIATION FOR OCTOBER 7 ATTACK ON ISRAEL, and the first one of many future retaliations coming.  “CROCUS – POKUS” is just the first flower, the berries will follow. Ziz iz no “PICNIC”! It is the name of the performing group. It is a reference to the Re’im SuperNova music festival massacre. Putin, you better release all the Israeli hostages, or else!

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Dozens of people have reportedly been killed and scores wounded in an attack at a concert venue near Moscow.Here is what we know about the shooting so far: Gunmen opened fire at the 6,200-seat Crocus City Hall in Krasnogorsk near Moscow on Friday evening as people were taking their seats for a sold-out concert by the Russian rock group Piknik. Sixty…
posted now via theguardian.com
 

Updated on: March 22, 2024 / 8:30 PM EDT / CBS/AP Several gunmen burst into a large concert hall on the edge of Moscow on Friday and sprayed the crowd with automatic gunfire, killing at least 40 people, injuring more than 100 others and setting fire to the venue in a brazen attack just days after President Vladimir Putin cemented his grip on power…
posted 38m ago via cbsnews.com
 

MOSCOW, March 22 (Reuters) – Camouflage-clad gunmen opened fire with automatic weapons at concertgoers near Moscow on Friday, killing at least 60 people and injuring 145 in an attack claimed by Islamic State militants.In the deadliest attack in Russia since the 2004 Beslan school siege, gunmen sprayed civilians with bullets just before Soviet-era rock…
posted 1h ago via reuters.com
 

MOSCOW (AP) — Several assailants burst into a large concert hall in Moscow on Friday and sprayed the crowd with gunfire, killing at least 40 people, injuring more than 100 and setting fire to the venue in a brazen attack just days after President Vladimir Putin cemented his grip on power in a highly orchestrated electoral landslide. The Islamic State…
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Former President Donald Trump claimed early Friday morning that he has “almost” $500 million in cash, undercutting his lawyers’ claims that he would not be able to comply with the $464 million judgment against him and his co-defendants in the civil fraud case brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James.”Through hard work, talent, and luck, I…
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Smoke billows after Ukraine’s SBU drone strikes a refinery, amid Russia’s attack on Ukraine, in Ryazan, Ryazan Region, Russia, in this screen grab from a video obtained by Reuters, March 13, 2024. Video Obtained By Reuters/via REUTERS Purchase Licensing Rights, opens new tabMarch 22 (Reuters) – The United States has urged Ukraine to halt strikes on…
posted 18h ago via reuters.com
 

Russian drones and missiles again fell on targets across Ukraine on Thursday night in one of the most-intense bombardments of the two-year war, an attack that President Volodymyr Zelensky described as “terror” bombing.The attack saw 88 missiles and 63 Shahed drones launched at Ukraine, of which 37 and 55 were shot down, respectively. Strikes and blackouts…
posted 19h ago via newsweek.com
 

As the critical deadline of March 25 looms closer, Donald Trump is facing the increasingly likely possibility that the New York attorney general might start seizing and liquidating his assets—a threat which might lead him to sell some of his properties to raise the huge amount needed to pay the bond.But not even the sale of his famed Florida luxury…
posted 20h ago via newsweek.com
 

On November 5th Americans will elect their next president. The contest will feel familiar: the main two candidates are the same as in 2020. Joe Biden, the incumbent, faced no viable competition for the Democratic nomination. His predecessor in office, Donald Trump, easily saw off a crowded field in the Republican primary. This will be the…
posted 1d ago via economist.com
 

Can Donald Trump pay his $464 million judgement? Here’s what we know.Former President Donald Trump has to pay $464 million in his New York civil fraud case. Here’s what we know about how he could pay.New York Attorney General Letitia James could swiftly move in on former President Donald Trump’s bank accounts and real estate if Trump doesn’t put up…
posted 1d ago via eu.usatoday.com
 

In his war against Ukraine and his brutal challenge to the world order, Vladimir Putin has a vast network of international support. The countries within his web engage in varying levels of complicity, from explicit political backing for the invasion of Ukraine from states such as North Korea, Belarus, and Syria, to an implicit desire for the invasion…
posted 2d ago via english.elpais.com
 

Vladimir Putin has just won his fifth term as president of Russia (or his first according to the 2020 referendum). He has been at the helm of the country uninterrupted for 25 years, even while Dmitry Medvedev was nominally head of state, making him one of the longest-serving leaders in Russian history. Like all those leaders, his lengthy tenure includes…
posted 2d ago via themoscowtimes.com
 

Robert Service is among the world’s most authoritative historians of Soviet and Russian history and the author of books including biographies of Trotsky, Lenin, and Stalin as well as 2019’s Kremlin Winter: Russia And The Second Coming Of Vladimir Putin. He is emeritus professor of Russian history at Oxford and a senior fellow of the Hoover Institution…
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Published: 14:23 GMT, 5 April 2018 | Updated: 15:58 GMT, 5 April 2018 Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman bragged of receiving classified US intelligence from Jared Kushner and using it as part of a purge of ‘corrupt’ princes and businessmen, DailyMail.com can disclose.The de facto ruler of the Middle East’s largest economy is currently on…
posted 2d ago via dailymail.co.uk
 

A key deadline for the $464 million civil fraud judgment against Donald Trump and his co-defendants is fast approaching, and it appears it’s one he might not be able to meet. Unless an appeals court intervenes or the former president can post a bond for the full amount of the judgment by Monday, New York Attorney General Letitia James can start collecting…
posted 2d ago via nbcnews.com
 

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posted 2d ago via nytimes.com
 

IDF Chief of Staff, Lt.-Gen. Herzi Halevi intends to announce his resignation from his position between Septemeber and December and, until that time, finish internal investigations regarding the war and present them to the relevant government officials, Walla reported on Wednesday, citing defense officials.According to reports, he also intends to lead…
posted 2d ago via jpost.com
 

Remarks as prepared for delivery Thank you, Dean Auer, and good afternoon, everybody.  I want to begin by thanking you for the opportunity to be back here in Georgia today. This is where my career in law—and, a few years later, law enforcement—really began. I still think of it as home, so it’s great to be back in…
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