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US Congress to question Pentagon on UFOs – The House intel committee will hold its first public hearing on unexplained aerial phenomena in 50 years

The US House Intelligence Committee has scheduled a hearing to follow up on some 143 UFO sightings reported between 2004 and 2021, Representative André Carson (D-Indiana) revealed on Tuesday. The hearing, scheduled for next Tuesday, will be held by the Intelligence Committee’s subcommittee on counterterrorism, counterintelligence, and counterproliferation, which Carson chairs. “Since this is an area of high public interest,

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Tasmania Police top brass confirm officer was driving the car that went onto the wrong side of road causing crash

Police are continuing to investigate the fatal crash on Brinktop Road near Penna yesterday evening. Deputy Commissioner Donna Adams said preliminary investigations indicate a Black Toyota Hilux travelling towards Sorell (driven by a Police officer) appeared to momentarily drift onto the incorrect side of the road about 5pm. ”A red Daewoo hatch travelling towards Richmond appears to have then taken

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‘Theft’ of foreign assets becoming ‘habit’ for West – Lavrov. Russia’s foreign minister has slammed the EU top diplomat’s idea of seizing Russian government reserves

Seizing Russia’s foreign-exchange reserves would be nothing short of “theft,”Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Tuesday. Such an idea was recently floated by the EU’s top diplomat, Josep Borrell. “It seems fair to say that this is a theft they [the Western nations] do not even try to conceal,” the Russian foreign minister told journalists at a press conference during his

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Disturbing photos prompt panic on plane – A Tel Aviv-Istanbul flight turned around after passengers received images of airline disasters on their cell phones

Nine Israeli youths have been detained on Tuesday, after delaying a flight from Tel Aviv to Istanbul by sharing photos of plane crashes and causing panic among fellow passengers. As the AnadoluJet plane prepared for takeoff, many passengers received disturbing photos of airline disasters, prompting the crew to turn around and call the police. The Boeing 737 operated by the

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Teenager charged with child abuse material after referral from the United States.

A 19-year-old man is expected to face Adelaide Magistrates Court today (11 May 2022) charged by the South Australia Joint Anti Child Exploitation Team (JACET) with accessing and sharing child abuse material online. The man was charged on 1 March 2022 after officers searched his home in SA’s Fleurieu Peninsula and allegedly found child abuse material on a number of electronic devices. The

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Federal cop grilled over terror probe 

An AFP officer has admitted that an investigation into a NSW man over an alleged terrorist plot did not examine claimed links to drug dealers, crooked cops and former senator Fraser Anning. Giving evidence to a Supreme Court jury trial on Tuesday, federal agent Christophe Boulay also said no action had been taken to notify the military after Joshua Lucas,

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There is a new Marcos in Manila and he wants a maritime deal with China 

Thirty-six years after the people of the Philippines took to the streets to depose a dictator, his son is headed back to the presidential palace, the Malacanang. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos jnr is poised to be sworn in as the country’s new leader next month after receiving a stunning majority in Monday’s election. His running mate Sara Duterte – the daughter of the

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Prince Charles delivers Queen’s Speech to parliament for the first time 

Prince Charles has taken centre stage at the opening of British parliament, replacing the 96-year-old Queen who missed the grand set-piece event for the first time in almost six decades. The Queen was forced to withdraw because of a recurrence of mobility issues, with 73-year-old Charles taking her place at the Palace of Westminster to read out the government’s legislative agenda. The

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German firm complies with Russia’s gas payments

VNG will transfer euro payments to a new account with Russia’s Gazprombank Germany’s third-largest gas importer, VNG, has agreed to Moscow’s new ruble-based gas payment scheme and opened the necessary accounts with Russia’s Gazprombank to transfer payments, the company said in an emailed statement to Reuters on Monday. “We will pay the invoice amount, which will continue to be denominated

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