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Israel recovers bodies of three hostages taken by Hamas, including Shani Louk
  • It was initially incorrectly reported that she was alive and unconscious. This isn't a new correction. She was declared dead in late October after investigators identified a piece of her skull:

    A source involved with her identification told CNN Louk’s death was announced after forensic examiners found a bone fragment from her skull.

    The bone fragment was from the petrous part of the temporal bone, which is at the base of the skull, normally near the carotid artery, a major blood vessel that provides blood to the brain. A DNA test concluded the fragment belonged to Louk.

    . . .

    The bone fragment, combined with the circumstances surrounding the October 7 attack and video that appeared to show Louk unconscious on the back of a Hamas truck, led investigators to conclude these were her remains.

  • www.bbc.com Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping: No longer a partnership of equals

    Vladimir Putin’s visit to China was a show of strength, but in reality he needs Beijing's support for his war in Ukraine.

    Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping: No longer a partnership of equals

    Vladimir Putin’s state visit to China this week was a show of strength. It was a chance for the Russian president to prove to the world that he has a powerful ally in his corner.

    The Russian leader is widely regarded as a pariah after ordering the invasion of Ukraine. But to China’s President Xi Jinping, he is a key partner in seeking a new world order that is not led by the US.

    And Mr Xi made his guest welcome. He rolled out the red carpet, the band played old Red Army songs, and cheering children greeted both leaders as they strolled through Tiananmen Square. There was even a brief hug for the cameras.

    Russian and Chinese state media focused heavily on the camaraderie between the two leaders. But in truth, this is no longer a partnership of equals.

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    www.bbc.com US confirms first aid trucks arrive via Gaza pier

    It marks the opening of a new route for humanitarian aid to reach the stricken Gaza Strip.

    US confirms first aid trucks arrive via Gaza pier

    The first shipment of humanitarian aid has arrived in Gaza via a temporary floating pier, the US military has confirmed.

    US Central Command said aid trucks had begun moving ashore at about 09:00 local time (07:00 BST) on Friday.

    Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said 8,400 plastic shelters had been delivered. About 500 tonnes of British aid including tents, hygiene kits and forklift trucks is expected to reach Gaza via the pier, built by US armed forces, in the coming weeks.

    However, Mr Sunak said the maritime route was "not the only answer" to the humanitarian crisis in the enclave.

    "We need to see more land routes open, including via the Rafah crossing, to ensure much more aid gets safely to civilians in desperate need of help."

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    Intelligence chief warns Canadians that China can use TikTok to spy on them
  • On top of knowing who you are, where you are, whether you're single or married, whether or not you have children, where you work, when you work, what your interests are, what your embarrassing interests are, etc. etc. etc.

    People are weirdly blase about this but, if you use TikTok regularly, they have such a wealth of information about you that an intelligence agency would find it trivial to compromise you. You're just gambling that you're not worth compromising.

  • www.nytimes.com New Star Wars Plan: Pentagon Rushes to Counter Threats in Orbit

    Citing rapid advances by China and Russia, the United States is building an extensive capacity to fight battles in space.

    New Star Wars Plan: Pentagon Rushes to Counter Threats in Orbit

    The Pentagon is rushing to expand its capacity to wage war in space, convinced that rapid advances by China and Russia in space-based operations pose a growing threat to U.S. troops and other military assets on the ground and American satellites in orbit.

    . . .

    No longer will the United States simply rely on military satellites to communicate, navigate and track and target terrestrial threats, tools that for decades have given the Pentagon a major advantage in conflicts.

    Instead, the Defense Department is looking to acquire a new generation of ground- and space-based tools that will allow it to defend its satellite network from attack and, if necessary, to disrupt or disable enemy spacecraft in orbit, Pentagon officials have said in a series of interviews, speeches and recent statements.

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    www.nytimes.com Israel Resists Grand Bargain as U.S. and Saudis Work on Security Pact

    President Biden is pushing for a broad deal that would get Israel to approve a Palestinian nation in return for Saudi recognition of Israel. But officials need to overcome Israeli opposition.

    Israel Resists Grand Bargain as U.S. and Saudis Work on Security Pact

    Two years into President Biden’s term, his aides began negotiating with Saudi leaders to have the kingdom establish diplomatic relations with Israel. But when the Israel-Hamas war began last October, the talks withered.

    American and Saudi officials have tried to revive prospects for a deal by demanding more from Israel — a cease-fire in Gaza and irreversible steps toward the founding of a Palestinian nation. Now those officials say they are close to a final agreement on the main elements of what the Saudis want from the deal: a U.S.-Saudi mutual defense pact and cooperation on a civilian nuclear program in the kingdom.

    . . .

    But there are no signs that Israeli leaders are moving to join them, despite the symbolic importance for Israel of establishing ties with Saudi Arabia, the most powerful Arab nation.

    That resistance, along with a potential full-scale assault by the Israeli military on the Palestinian city of Rafah, puts in jeopardy a potential three-way grand bargain that Mr. Biden envisions as the foundation to a long-term solution to the decades-old Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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    www.theguardian.com Israel recovers bodies of three hostages taken by Hamas, including Shani Louk

    Bodies of Amit Buskila and Itzhak Gelerenter also recovered from Gaza as Israel says 129 hostages remain in captivity

    Israel recovers bodies of three hostages taken by Hamas, including Shani Louk

    The bodies of three hostages kidnapped by Hamas, including the German-Israeli Shani Louk, have been retrieved from Gaza by the Israeli military, it announced.

    The other two hostages were identified as Amit Buskila, 28, and Itzhak Gelerenter, 56, according to the military spokesperson Rear Adm Daniel Hagari, who said the three victims were taken to Gaza after being killed by Hamas at the Nova music festival.

    Footage of what appeared to be the body of Louk, 22, on the back of a pickup truck on the streets of Gaza was one of the first images to surface after 7 October, as the scale of the horror of the attacks became clear.

    The young woman was initially believed to have been kidnapped alive during Hamas’s assault in Re’im. However, on 30 October, Louk’s sister Adi confirmed Shani had died, probably during the attack, after the discovery of human remains that suggested fatal injuries.

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    www.nytimes.com Israel Sending More Troops to Rafah Amid Warnings of Famine in Gaza

    Fighting in Rafah has closed off a vital border crossing in southern Gaza, forced hundreds of thousands to flee and cut off humanitarian aid.

    Israel Sending More Troops to Rafah Amid Warnings of Famine in Gaza

    Israel said on Thursday that it would send more troops to Rafah, the southernmost city in Gaza, which has become the focal point in the war between Israel and Hamas.

    The announcement signaled that Israel intends to press deeper into Rafah despite international concerns about the threat to civilians from a full-scale invasion of the city, where more than a million displaced people had been sheltering.

    “Hundreds of targets have already been attacked,” Yoav Gallant, Israel’s defense minister, said after meeting with commanders in the Rafah area. “This operation will continue.”

    For the past week Israel has described its offensive as a limited military operation, but satellite imagery and Mr. Gallant’s comments on Thursday suggested that a more significant incursion was already underway.

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    As Russia Advances, NATO Considers Sending Trainers Into Ukraine
  • They haven't been training Ukrainian troops in-country since the start of the full-scale invasion. The US in particular pulled all their troops out about 10 days before Russia invaded.

  • Business titans privately urged NYC mayor to use police on Columbia protesters, chats show

    A group of billionaires and business titans working to shape U.S. public opinion of the war in Gaza privately pressed New York City’s mayor last month to send police to disperse pro-Palestinian protests at Columbia University, according to communications obtained by The Washington Post and people familiar with the group.

    Business executives including Kind snack company founder Daniel Lubetzky, hedge fund manager Daniel Loeb, billionaire Len Blavatnik and real estate investor Joseph Sitt held a Zoom video call on April 26 with Mayor Eric Adams (D), about a week after the mayor first sent New York police to Columbia’s campus, a log of chat messages shows. During the call, some attendees discussed making political donations to Adams, as well as how the chat group’s members could pressure Columbia’s president and trustees to permit the mayor to send police to the campus to handle protesters, according to chat messages summarizing the conversation.

    One member of the WhatsApp chat group told The Post he donated $2,100, the maximum legal limit, to Adams that month. Some members also offered to pay for private investigators to assist New York police in handling the protests, the chat log shows — an offer a member of the group reported in the chat that Adams accepted. The New York Police Department is not using and has not used private investigators to help manage protests, a spokeswoman for City Hall said.

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    www.theguardian.com South Africa calls on ICJ to order Israel to end Rafah offensive

    Lawyers urge international court of justice to issue urgent measures over assault on Gaza’s southernmost city

    South Africa calls on ICJ to order Israel to end Rafah offensive

    South Africa has asked the international court of justice (ICJ) to urgently order Israel to end its assault on Rafah, halt its military campaign across Gaza, and allow international investigators and journalists into the territory.

    In a court hearing, lawyers for South Africa expanded a written request for judges to issue an emergency order to stop the offensive into Rafah, Gaza’s southernmost city.

    They argued that seven months into the war, which has killed more than 35,000 people and reduced much of Gaza to rubble, the scale of suffering was now so intense that a total ceasefire was needed to get food, medicine and other aid to its desperate population.

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    kyivindependent.com New Defense Minister Belousov to put Russia's economy on war footing

    Russian President Vladimir Putin's appointment of a new defense minister, Andrey Belousov, is seen as an attempt to streamline Russia's economy and mobilize it for the war effort. Russia's military has faced numerous supply and logistics problems that thwarted its all-out war against Ukraine from t...

    New Defense Minister Belousov to put Russia's economy on war footing

    Russian President Vladimir Putin's appointment of a new defense minister, Andrey Belousov, is seen as an attempt to streamline Russia's economy and mobilize it for the war effort.

    Russia's military has faced numerous supply and logistics problems that thwarted its all-out war against Ukraine from the get-go. Two years later, the problems of poor logistics and lack of strategic planning persist.

    The apparent task of Belousov, an outsider with no links to the military, is to solve these problems and make Russia's war machine in Ukraine more effective, a dangerous new development.

    . . .

    Russian columnist Sergei Parkhomenko called Belousov the "prime minister of a military government."

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    www.nytimes.com As Russia Advances, NATO Considers Sending Trainers Into Ukraine

    The move could draw the United States and Europe more directly into the war. The Biden administration continues to say there will be no American troops on the ground.

    As Russia Advances, NATO Considers Sending Trainers Into Ukraine

    NATO allies are inching closer to sending troops into Ukraine to train Ukrainian forces, a move that would be another blurring of a previous red line and could draw the United States and Europe more directly into the war.

    Ukraine’s manpower shortage has reached a critical point, and its position on the battlefield in recent weeks has seriously worsened as Russia has accelerated its advances to take advantage of delays in shipments of American weapons. As a result, Ukrainian officials have asked their American and NATO counterparts to help train 150,000 new recruits closer to the front line for faster deployment.

    So far the United States has said no, but Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr., the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said on Thursday that a NATO deployment of trainers appeared inevitable. “We’ll get there eventually, over time,” he said.

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    www.nytimes.com The Unpunished: How Extremists Took Over Israel

    After 50 years of failure to stop violence and terrorism against Palestinians by Jewish ultranationalists, lawlessness has become the law.

    The Unpunished: How Extremists Took Over Israel

    This story is told in three parts. The first documents the unequal system of justice that grew around Jewish settlements in Gaza and the West Bank. The second shows how extremists targeted not only Palestinians but also Israeli officials trying to make peace. The third explores how this movement gained control of the state itself. Taken together, they tell the story of how a radical ideology moved from the fringes to the heart of Israeli political power.

    By the end of October, it was clear that no one was going to help the villagers of Khirbet Zanuta. A tiny Palestinian community, some 150 people perched on a windswept hill in the West Bank near Hebron, it had long faced threats from the Jewish settlers who had steadily encircled it. But occasional harassment and vandalism, in the days after the Oct. 7 Hamas attack, escalated into beatings and murder threats. The villagers made appeal after appeal to the Israeli police and to the ever-present Israeli military, but their calls for protection went largely unheeded, and the attacks continued with no consequences. So one day the villagers packed what they could, loaded their families into trucks and disappeared.

    . . .

    Such violence over the decades in places like Khirbet Zanuta is well documented. But protecting the people who carry out that violence is the dark secret of Israeli justice. The long arc of harassment, assault and murder of Palestinians by Jewish settlers is twinned with a shadow history, one of silence, avoidance and abetment by Israeli officials. For many of those officials, it is Palestinian terrorism that most threatens Israel. But in interviews with more than 100 people — current and former officers of the Israeli military, the National Israeli Police and the Shin Bet domestic security service; high-ranking Israeli political officials, including four former prime ministers; Palestinian leaders and activists; Israeli human rights lawyers; American officials charged with supporting the Israeli-Palestinian partnership — we found a different and perhaps even more destabilizing threat. A long history of crime without punishment, many of those officials now say, threatens not only Palestinians living in the occupied territories but also the State of Israel itself.

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    www.nytimes.com Russian Disinformation Videos Smear Biden Ahead of U.S. Election

    Many of the videos are trying to appeal to right-wing voters with fake messages about President Biden, experts say.

    Russian Disinformation Videos Smear Biden Ahead of U.S. Election

    Last month, a video began circulating on social media purporting to tell the story of an internet troll farm in Kyiv targeting the American election.

    Speaking in English with a Slavic accent, “Olesya” offers a first-person account of how she and her colleagues initially worked in support of President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine. Then, she says, after a visit by mysterious Americans who were “probably C.I.A.,” the group began sending messages to American audiences in support of President Biden.

    “We were told our new target was the United States of America, especially the upcoming elections,” the woman in the video says. “Long story short, we were asked to do everything to prevent Donald Trump from winning the elections.”

    The video is fake, part of an effort to cloud the political debate ahead of the U.S. elections.

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    kyivindependent.com Medvechuk's yacht officially transferred to Ukrainian state

    The Royal Romance, a 92-meter (300-foot) luxury yacht worth an estimated 200 million euros ($218 million), was seized by Croatian authorities in March 2022.

    Medvechuk's yacht officially transferred to Ukrainian state

    A luxury yacht belonging to Ukrainian oligarch Viktor Medvedchuk was officially transferred to the Ukrainian state on May 15, said Ukraine's Agency for Investigation and Management of Assets, known by its Ukrainian acronym ARMA.

    The Royal Romance, a 92-meter (300-foot) luxury yacht worth an estimated 200 million euros ($218 million), was seized by Croatian authorities in March 2022 in relation to EU sanctions imposed on Medvedchuk.

    "This is a historic moment for our country," said Shipping Administration head Yevhenii Ihnatenko.

    . . .

    Ihnatenko added that profits from the sale of the yacht would be directed to Ukraine's state budget.

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    www.theguardian.com Ukraine’s troops withdraw from parts of north-east as pressure mounts

    Volodymyr Zelenskyiy has cancelled all foreign trips after Russia launched a major surprise offensive last week

    Ukraine’s troops withdraw from parts of north-east as pressure mounts

    Ukraine’s troops withdrew from several areas of the country’s north-east amid mounting pressure from a new Russian offensive, as the president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, postponed all foreign trips underscoring the seriousness of the threat.

    The moves came as the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, said Moscow’s latest operation was “going to plan” and Russian forces were improving their positions daily even as the US rushed to resupply arms and ammunition to Kyiv.

    Ukraine’s chief of general staff said late on Tuesday that troops fell back from areas in Lukyantsi and Vovchansk near Kharkiv “to save the lives of our servicemen and avoid losses”.

    Moscow launched a surprise major ground assault on the Kharkiv region last week as it sought to advance while Kyiv is struggling for arms and manpower.

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    www.theguardian.com UN says it has no more food or tents for nearly 2m people in Gaza

    Aid warehouses in southern two-thirds of territory are now empty and resupply will be very difficult, according to officials

    UN says it has no more food or tents for nearly 2m people in Gaza

    The UN has run out of tents and food to distribute to almost 2 million people in Gaza, the majority displaced from their homes and dependent on aid to stave off looming famine.

    UN officials told the Guardian on Wednesday afternoon that their warehouses were now completely empty south of the river dividing the northern third of the Gaza from the south, with no likelihood of resupply as long as the main entry points into the territory remain closed after Israeli offensives launched in recent days.

    “There are no tents in humanitarian warehouses. There are also no stocks of food left with World Food Programme or Unrwa [the UN agency for Palestinian refugees] south of the [river]. What people have had distributed to them, or what remains on the market, is all that’s left, and we expect that that will be finished soon,” said Georgios Petropoulos, head of the Gaza sub-office of UN office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs. “Time is running out to get a sustainable crossing open for predictable humanitarian supplies into southern Gaza.”

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    www.nytimes.com White House Worries Russia’s Momentum Is Changing Trajectory of Ukraine War

    Multiple factors are helping Russia’s military advance, including a delay in American weaponry and Moscow’s technological innovations on the battlefield.

    White House Worries Russia’s Momentum Is Changing Trajectory of Ukraine War

    After months of slow Russian ground advances and technological leaps in countering American-provided arms, the Biden administration is increasingly concerned that President Vladimir V. Putin is gathering enough momentum to change the trajectory of the war, and perhaps reverse his once-bleak prospects.

    In recent days, Moscow’s troops have opened a new push near the country’s second-biggest city, Kharkiv, forcing Ukraine to divert its already thinned-out troops to defend an area that it took back from Russian forces in a stunning victory in the fall of 2022.

    Artillery and drones provided by the United States and NATO have been taken out by Russian electronic warfare techniques, which came to the battlefield late but have proven surprisingly effective. And a monthslong debate in Washington about whether to send Ukraine a $61 billion package of arms and ammunition created an opening that Russia has clearly exploited, even though Congress ultimately passed the legislation.

    In interviews, American officials express confidence that many of these Russian gains are reversible once the spigot of new arms is fully opened, most likely sometime in July, and President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine finds ways to bring more — and younger — troops to the front lines. But they are hesitant to offer predictions of where the battle lines may stand even a few months from now, or whether Mr. Zelensky will be able to mount his long-delayed counteroffensive next year, after one last spring fizzled.

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    www.theguardian.com US warns Georgia not to side with Moscow against the west

    Official suggests US funding could be pulled as new ‘Kremlin-inspired’ law provokes mass protests

    US warns Georgia not to side with Moscow against the west

    Georgia has been warned by the US not to become an adversary of the west by falling back in line with Moscow, as its parliament defied mass street protests to pass a “Kremlin-inspired” law.

    Washington’s assistant secretary of state, Jim O’Brien, spoke of his fears that the passing by Georgia’s parliament of a “foreign agents” bill on Tuesday could be yet another “turning point” in the former Soviet state’s troubled history.

    In comments that appeared to signal a conviction in the US that the Georgian government was once again aligning with Russia, O’Brien suggested funding could soon be pulled.

    Billions of dollars had been spent by the US on rebuilding Georgia after the fall of the Soviet Union and hundreds of millions more were planned for the country’s economy and military, he said.

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    UN denies Gaza death toll of women and children has been revised down
  • The NYT coverage says:

    The change came because the United Nations switched to citing a more conservative source for its numbers — the Gazan Ministry of Health — rather than using Gaza’s Government Media Office, as it had in recent weeks.

    . . .

    That Gaza media office has consistently provided an overall death toll similar to the one given by the ministry of health, but different and often higher figures for the number of women and children killed.

    Ismail Al Thawabateh, the office’s director general, said in an interview that the health ministry listed and categorized an individual as dead only when all of their details had been documented and verified by a next of kin. He did not explain why his office used a breakdown of women and children based on the overall death toll.

    Most of the coverage, including this Guardian piece, makes it sound like they switched to a different dataset but this sounds like a switch to a different source. The HM numbers have generally been regarded as accurate -- historically, at least. I don't think that the media office has that same reputation. It seems like the previous numbers were calculated from the HM's total death toll figure, and not from observed data. I'm not really sure what that means for interpreting the numbers.

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  • www.bbc.com Russia must pay for Ukraine rebuild, Blinken says

    The top US diplomat vows to "seize" Russian assets in the US to fund rebuilding parts of Ukraine.

    Russia must pay for Ukraine rebuild, Blinken says

    Speaking in Kyiv, Mr Blinken said Washington has the power to seize Russian assets in the US and will use them to help rebuild Ukraine.

    He also said that Ukraine is getting "closer to Nato".

    Earlier, the top US diplomat told Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky that military aid is "now on its way".

    "What Putin destroyed, Russia should - must - pay to rebuild. It's what international law demands. And it's what the Ukrainian people deserve," Mr Blinken said during his speech at Kyiv Polytechnic University.

    "Our Congress has given us the power to seize Russian assets in the US, and we intend to use it," he said.

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    www.theguardian.com At least eight Israeli strikes on Gaza aid groups since October, says report

    Human Rights Watch says warnings were not issued before attacks, which have killed or injured dozens

    At least eight Israeli strikes on Gaza aid groups since October, says report

    Israeli forces have carried out at least eight strikes on humanitarian convoys and their facilities in Gaza since October, even after aid organisations provided their coordinates to the Israeli authorities, according to a report by Human Rights Watch.

    HRW said the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) did not issue warnings to the aid organisations before the strikes, which killed or injured at least 31 people.

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    kyivindependent.com Russia's new Kharkiv offensive pushes Vovchansk to the brink of annihilation

    VOVCHANSK, KHARKIV OBLAST – The glide bombs arrive in groups of three. Their flight can be heard from far away, but only in the last second before impact is it clear where it will hit. The explosions, orders of magnitude more powerful than regular artillery shells, shake the ground where the

    Russia's new Kharkiv offensive pushes Vovchansk to the brink of annihilation

    Vovchansk is ground zero of Russia’s new offensive into Kharkiv Oblast, the first time a serious push has been made to take territory across the border since the area was liberated from Russian occupation in Ukraine’s lightning counteroffensive in September 2022.

    Now, the town is on the brink of becoming the first major settlement to be occupied by Russia for a second time once already liberated.

    The prospect of a new, large-scale offensive on Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, had loomed for months, and now comes at a time when overstretched Ukrainian forces are steadily losing ground in several hotspots further southeast in Donetsk Oblast.

    The Kyiv Independent visited Vovchansk on May 11, one day after the first incursions were made into Ukrainian territory in two sectors of the border.

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    Secret Hamas Files Show How It Spied on Everyday Palestinians
  • People say the same thing literally any time there's a negative story about Hamas. That isn't how this story is framed. Israeli policy (blockade) and military are not portrayed as a relative good at all. It also speaks directly against a narrative by some Israelis that Palestinians bear collective responsibility for the actions of Hamas.

    The idea that we must help Hamas cover up their crimes is a bad one, however well-intentioned. If they don't want their crimes and misdeeds reported by the world, they should consider not committing any.

  • Satellite Images Reveal Where Russian Nukes Could Be Stored in Belarus
  • A U.S. State Department spokesperson would not say if the United States was monitoring any particular site in Belarus, but said the department is keeping a close eye on the situation in order “to ensure Russia maintains control of its weapons in the event of any deployment to Belarus and upholds its obligations under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.” An April 2024 State Department report said that the U.S. would not change its nuclear posture in response to the developments in Belarus.

    What in the article makes you think that governments don't know about this? I'd gamble that there's about a 0% chance that this is news to military intelligence.

  • What led to another lost Maple Leafs season? Inside the managerial missteps and miscalculations
  • Probably but hopefully not. May have actually been his best year as coach. Without good coaching, I doubt this year's team is even a playoff team and they really did a lot with little. Here's hoping Trevliing can admit his mistakes and commit to fixing them.

  • GDT - Toronto at Boston - May 4th, 8pm EDT - Game 7
  • OT! Fuck yeah! Let's goooooooo!

  • GDT - Toronto at Boston - May 4th, 8pm EDT - Game 7
  • You might be right this time :)

  • GDT - Toronto at Boston - May 4th, 8pm EDT - Game 7
  • What a finish to regulation! OT here we come!

  • GDT - Toronto at Boston - May 4th, 8pm EDT - Game 7
  • YESSSSSSSSS

    🚨 WILLY 🚨 from a beautiful pass from Matthews!

  • GDT - Toronto at Boston - May 4th, 8pm EDT - Game 7
  • Definitely hoping for 5-on-5. That Leafs powerplay had like 5 shots though. I'd describe it as "not embarassing", which is a huge improvement! ;)

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  • Nah, I think they just need to play as well in front of Sammy as they have Woll. Fingers crossed, at least.

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  • Damn. Looks like Woll is out. Shows what I know.

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  • Saw that. It seems to be based entirely on all the goalies riding the bus together? Seems weak to me.

  • GDT - Toronto at Boston - May 4th, 8pm EDT - Game 7
  • If Matthews is back, I hope he slots in as 3C since he likely isn't 100%.

    Holmberg to the wing, Gregor sits. That line's been trash anyway. That'll give the Bruins a serious headache for defending.

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