Today in history

Today is Saturday, September 18th, the 261st day of 2021. There are still 104 days in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On September 18, 1975, the newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst was arrested by the FBI in San Francisco, 19 months after she was kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army. …

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Reprobed’s Reveal trailer picks up its satirical tone

As part of the celebrations for the tenth anniversary, THQ Nordic presented the players with a presentation of what is to come for the publisher. There have been a variety of announcements for fans of almost every game genre, and one of the standout revelations was Destroy all people! 2: …

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India: Government raids on critics

(New York) – Indian authorities are using politically motivated allegations of tax evasion and financial irregularities to silence human rights defenders, journalists and other government critics, Human Rights Watch said today. In September 2021, state finance officials in Srinagar, Delhi and Mumbai raided journalists’ homes, news offices, an actor’s premises, …

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Yoruba doesn’t like each other

DIALOGUE WITH NIGERIA BY AKIN OSUNTOKUN As Nigeria’s ideological statement, the prioritization of consumer policy over development policy gained momentum after the action group’s crisis and the resulting controversial struggle between the deceased chiefs Obafemi Awolowo and Ladoke Akintola in the 1960s. Awolowo resigned as Prime Minister of the Western …

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The best TV bets for September 16th |

Cheyenne & Lola Sundance Now, US premiere series! This dramed / modern western series from France focuses on the female title characters who mature into a ruthless duo after 30-year-old ex-inmate Cheyenne (Veerle Baetens) witnesses 20-year-old Lola (Charlotte Le Bon) kills her lover’s wife. With this murder, which connects their …

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