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MOSCOW (Sputnik) Ukrainian Nazi veteran Yaroslav Hunka and his family are in hiding amid a scandal in the Canadian parliament, US TV channel reported, citing family friend Barb Bonenfant.
On September 22, Hunka, a 98-year-old former volunteer with the 14th Waffen SS Grenadier Division, a Nazi military unit declared a criminal organization during the Nuremberg trials in 1946, was invited to the Canadian parliament by Speaker Anthony Rota and lauded as a "hero" who fought against the Russians in World War Two. Rota resigned over the backlash that followed the exposure of Hunka's role in the notorious SS.
Russia is set to hold nationwide exercises early next month, according to new reports, in preparation for "the danger of armed conflicts involving nuclear powers."
Russian authorities will hold large-scale drills across the country on October 3 because of the "growing danger of armed conflicts including [with] nuclear-capable powers near Russia's borders," the Baza Telegram channel, which is linked to Russia's security services, reported on Thursday, citing the head of Russia's Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing, or Rospotrebnadzor.
Russia hasn't made significant gains in Ukraine since Bakhmut. Since that victory, Moscow has been at odds with the Wagner Mercenary Group. After former leader Yevgeny Prigozhin's death last month, has Putin decided to turn to Wagner once again? Putin has given former Wagner commander Andrei Troshev command over Russia's volunteer fighters in Ukraine.
Kiev's backers been unable to define what their 'as long as it takes' pledges mean, according to Aleksey Danilov
The West does not have a clear picture of how the Ukraine conflict will end, Secretary of the Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council Aleksey Danilov lamented in a TV interview on Friday.
Danilov noted that the US and its allies have repeatedly stated that they will stand with Kiev “for as long as it takes.” However, the security chief said that the country’s Western backers have never specified that this would be until Ukraine is victorious.
Dozens of landowners have reportedly entered clandestine agreements with the country’s defense forces
Finland, which became a NATO member last year, is making quiet arrangements with landowners to enable the nation’s defense forces (FDF) to build barriers on the border with Russia, the Helsingin Sanomat newspaper reported on Friday.
Dozens of these agreements have been reached since the outbreak of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the paper wrote.
An online report noted Ukraine’s difficulties in penetrating Russian defensive lines, stressing the continued importance of training and coordination in a world of technologically advanced warfare.
According to the US government’s own Congressional Research Service, US armed forces have been active throughout the world in one form or another for the vast majority of the country’s young existence. Now, a new report documents the lessons the country is learning for its next war as Russian troops battle on in the Donbass.
Washington has been sinking billions of dollars into the Ukraine conflict, in the name of defeating and 'weakening' Russia, and yet Secretary of State Antony Blinken this week highlighted China as the real "threat" to the US and the 'liberal world order'.
Biden's top diplomat was interviewed by The Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg, who asked among other things whether Russia or China is a bigger "threat" to the United States. Blinken responded by saying China has a "much greater ability certainly than Russia to try to shape what the international system looks like."
National Security Minister Ben-Gvir ended female service at Israeli security prisons after reports of 'intimate relations' with terrorists broke.
Female soldiers serving in the Israel Prison Service are suspected by authorities of having had intimate relations with a prisoner, Israeli media reported on Friday.
Female prison guards will no longer serve at the Israel Prison Service's security prisons, IPS chief Katy Perry and National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir said on Friday afternoon.
Regional sources say that Saudi Arabia will proceed with normalizing relations with Israel regardless of Palestinian opposition.
Saudi Arabia will not hold up a peace deal even if Israel does not offer major concessions to Palestinians in their bid for statehood, three regional sources familiar with the talks said.
The Palestinians could get some Israeli restrictions eased but such moves would fall short of their aspirations for a state. As with other Arab-Israeli deals forged over the decades, the Palestinian core demand for statehood would take a back seat, the three regional sources familiar with the talks said.
Update (2157ET): It looks like the Senate isn't willing to strip Ukraine funds from the continuing resolution. In a Friday night tweet, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) said that the "misguided Senate bill has no path forward and is dead on arrival."
Meanwhile, according to Punchbowl News' Jake Sherman and Josh Bresnahan, McCarthy is floating a CR that would last until Nov. 17 at FY2023 funding levels, which would not include border funds or Ukraine funding.
Moody’s is warning that a federal government shutdown on Oct. 1 would likely result in a downgrade of its credit rating on the U.S. economy. This warning comes as the leading credit rating agency emphasizes the importance of Congress continuing to fund the federal government past the end of the current fiscal year on Sept. 30.
Failure to continue funding the government could have dire consequences for the economy and stock markets. According to the rating agency, that would result in a damaging downgrade from the current top “AAA” credit rating enjoyed by the United States.
Flight delays, millions of federal staff unpaid and trash piles loom as U.S. barrels towards a SHUTDOWN: Chaotic Republicans fail to pass their OWN bill to keep government funded - and need a miracle before Saturday's midnight deadline
Chaos in Congress left America teetering on the brink of a new shutdown with government funding set to expire Saturday at midnight.
The now all-but-guaranteed shutdown will mean flight mayhem, garbage piling up, national parks shuttered and members of the military not getting paid.
Twenty-one hardline Republican members of Congress sided with all Democrats on Friday to vote no to a last ditch stopgap spending plan.
Earlier this week, Kentucky GOP Sen.
Mitch Glitch McConnell said, "Providing assistance for Ukrainians to defeat the Russians - that's the number one priority of the United States right now - according to most Republicans."
On Thursday, Elon Musk asked on X: "Why do so many American politicians from both parties care 100 times more about the Ukraine border than the USA border?"
Only five days ago, the Mayor of Eagle Pass, Texas issued an emergency order due to a huge influx of illegal immigrants crossing into the US from Mexico, and only a few days after that the latest border numbers revealed record migrant crossings in 2023 (over 2.2 million so far). Despite the multitude of warnings since Joe Biden entered the White House, there has been no discernible effort on the part of the federal government to stop the tide.
In fact, more and more evidence suggests the Biden Administration is deliberately thwarting all efforts to secure the southern border while consistently lying about their intentions.
INVASION ALERT: Over 8K illegals crossed into Texas city with less than 30K population in just 4 days
Eagle Pass is a city in Texas with a population of no more than 30,000. A flood of immigrants recently overwhelmed the city, prompting Mayor Rolando Salinas, Jr. to issue an emergency declaration lasting at least seven days.
The emergency declaration ended Tuesday, Sept. 26, and it's still not clear whether it has been renewed.
COVID-19 vaccine was detected in patients who died within a month of vaccination, according to a new study.
U.S. researchers analyzed tissue samples from the autopsies of 25 people, including 20 who were vaccinated. Samples from the hearts of three patients, all of whom died within 30 days of a Pfizer shot, tested positive for messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA).
Eight bilateral axillary lymph node samples, from people who died within 30 days of a Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, also tested positive. The companies' shots utilize mRNA.
'Invitations to get your vaccination' will also be sent out to most residents after Thanksgiving weekend, says the province health officer.
Mask mandates will return to health-care settings across British Columbia starting next week, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says.
Dr. Henry said on Sept. 28 that masks must be worn by all health care workers, volunteers, contractors, and visitors in patient care areas beginning Oct. 3.
"Yes, it is a requirement and, yes, I do expect that people will comply with that," she said at a press conference.
A new American organization, the National American Renaissance Movement (National ARM), advocates for criminal investigations into COVID-19 actions by state county and local officials.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) is pushing for the criminalization of “climate inaction,” according to a recent article that was written by the unelected organization.
“Is climate inaction a human rights violation?” the headline read.
In it, the author suggested there will be an increasing number of climate-related lawsuits in the coming years. “Climate-related litigation generally seems poised for expansion,” the article states.
Inching toward a reality where you'll get implanted with a Fitbit for your brain.
The Biden administration announced its latest regulatory action targeting home appliances late Friday, this time targeting popular home gas-powered furnaces.
The Department of Energy (DOE) said the energy efficiency regulations would slash household utility costs by $1.5 billion on an annual basis while reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the residential sector.
The proposal, according to the agency, require non-weatherized gas furnaces and those used in mobile homes to achieve a far higher level of efficiency than cheaper models on the market.
Rain walloped the New York metropolitan area with a startling punch Friday, knocking out several subway and commuter rail lines, stranding drivers on highways, flooding basements, and shuttering a terminal at LaGuardia Airport for hours in one of the city’s wettest days in decades.
Almost 7 inches (18 centimeters) of rain had fallen in parts of Brooklyn by midday, with at least one spot seeing 2.5 inches (6 centimeters) in a single hour, according to weather and city officials.