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Retired Navy commander sentenced to 6 years federal prison for child pornography offense

A federal judge on Friday sentenced a retired U.S. Navy commander who graduated from the Naval Academy to six years of federal prison time after he admitted to possessing more than 90,000 images, along with thousands of videos, of child sexual abuse on electronic devices at his home. Prosecutors said in court filings that Anne Arundel County police searched the Odenton home of… Continue reading Retired Navy commander sentenced to 6 years federal prison for child pornography offense

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Buyers Scramble To Lock In Long Term LNG Contracts In 2022

Buyers Scramble To Lock In Long Term LNG Contracts In 2022 By Alex Kimani of Oilprice.com Demand for long-term LNG contracts has increased sharply in the current year, with suppliers taking advantage of robust demand thanks to a global effort to cut Russian imports by demanding much higher rates for new long-term contracts. According to… Continue reading Buyers Scramble To Lock In Long Term LNG Contracts In 2022

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Army veteran trauma surgeon going to Ukraine to assist medical response during war

An Alabama trauma surgeon and former commander of the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research is headed to the Ukraine to help civilian hospitals cope with an influx of battlefield injuries. Dr. John Holcomb served in the Army for 23 years before joining the faculty at UAB Heersink School of Medicine in 2019. His military career included a deployment in Mogadishu, Somalia during a battle later captured… Continue reading Army veteran trauma surgeon going to Ukraine to assist medical response during war

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Suspected Al-Qaeda attacks kill at least 10 Yemeni soldiers

At least 10 Yemeni soldiers were killed and others wounded in two separate attacks in south Yemen believed to have been carried out by Al-Qaeda militants, state news agency Saba reported on Thursday, quoting a military official. The official said the attacks targeted army forces on duty in Abyan and Shabwa governates. A convoy was ambushed by armed men… Continue reading Suspected Al-Qaeda attacks kill at least 10 Yemeni soldiers

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Germany Fears Russia Could Shut Nord Stream 1 Within Weeks

Germany Fears Russia Could Shut Nord Stream 1 Within Weeks The European Union has this week accused Russia of planning “rogue moves” regarding lowering natural gas flows to Europe, or in other words continuing to ‘weaponize’ its energy, to which the Kremlin has consistently responded with variations of ‘our gas, our rules’.  This after Moscow… Continue reading Germany Fears Russia Could Shut Nord Stream 1 Within Weeks

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Military Doctor Facing Discharge for Giving Exemptions to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

A U.S. military doctor has been reprimanded and could be discharged because of his opposition to the military’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. U.S. Army Maj. Samuel Sigoloff, a doctor, was ordered to stop seeing patients because of concerns of disseminating misleading information about the COVID-19 vaccines, according to documents reviewed by The Epoch Times. Sigoloff was… Continue reading Military Doctor Facing Discharge for Giving Exemptions to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

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Number of Chinese nationals seeking asylum grows tenfold under Xi Jinping

This article was originally published by Radio Free Asia and is reprinted with permission. The number of Chinese nationals seeking political asylum overseas has skyrocketed under ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader Xi Jinping, according to a recent report. Figures released by the United Nations’ refugee agency UNHCR showed that while around 12,000 Chinese nationals… Continue reading Number of Chinese nationals seeking asylum grows tenfold under Xi Jinping

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Virtual reality therapy helps treat PTSD, cognitive impairment

 Imagine, if you will, having the power to temporarily escape your current reality for a virtual one. While this might sound like an introduction to Rod Serling’s “The Twilight Zone, our story of U.S. Navy Reserve veteran Sharon Thompson has a happy ending. “Virtual reality puts me in a different atmosphere, almost like my own little world,” Thompson said. “I felt… Continue reading Virtual reality therapy helps treat PTSD, cognitive impairment

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