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Trump frequently accuses the far-left of inciting violence, yet right-wing extremists have killed 329 victims in the last 25 years, while antifa members haven't killed any, according to a new study

Trump frequently accuses the far-left of inciting violence, yet right-wing extremists have killed 329 victims in the last 25 years, while antifa members haven't killed any, according to a new study

The words "Business Insider".Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.Something is loading.Loading...President Donald Trump has accused far-left groups of inciting riots and violence, but in the last 25 years, no murders in the US have been linked to anti-fascists, while 329 murders have been linked to the far-right, according to new research.Researchers at a think tank called the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) assembled a database of almost 900 politically motivated plots and attacks in the US since...

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Sweden's controversial top epidemiologist is refusing to recommend face masks, claiming it's 'very dangerous to believe face masks would change the game'

Sweden's controversial top epidemiologist is refusing to recommend face masks, claiming it's 'very dangerous to believe face masks would change the game'

The words "Business Insider".Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.Sweden's top epidemiologist is refusing to recommend face masks and says it's "very dangerous" to rely on them.Anders Tegnel, the chief epidemiologist at Sweden's Public Health Agency, told the : "It is very dangerous to believe face masks would change the game when it comes to COVID-19.""Face masks can be a complement to other things when other things are safely in place. But to start with having face masks and then think you can crowd your buses or your...

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Trump brings up the cognitive test again, claiming 'very few people' could achieve what he did, even though the doctor who created it says it has nothing to do with intellect or IQ

Trump brings up the cognitive test again, claiming 'very few people' could achieve what he did, even though the doctor who created it says it has nothing to do with intellect or IQ

The words "Business Insider".Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.President Donald Trump has yet again brought up his performance in a cognitive test, focusing on how he successfully repeated five words in the right order, several times.In an with Fox News on Wednesday evening, Trump reminded viewers of his performance on the (MoCA), focusing on a part of the test that he described as "much more difficult" than the rest of the test, that was "like a memory test."The doctors asked him to remember five words in a row, Trump...

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Moscow is lifting its coronavirus lockdown despite thousands of new cases, as it prepares for a massive military parade and a referendum to extend Putin's rule

Moscow is lifting its coronavirus lockdown despite thousands of new cases, as it prepares for a massive military parade and a referendum to extend Putin's rule

The words "Business Insider".Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.Moscow eased its coronavirus lockdown on Tuesday, despite thousands of new cases recorded just one day earlier."For several weeks now, slowly but surely the pandemic has been on the decline," Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, a well-known Putin loyalist, announced on television Monday, according to . "The number of infections is decreasing, and more people are being discharged from hospitals than are being admitted. Step by step, this allows us to return to...

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Russia medical workers are dying 16 times more often than in countries with comparable coronavirus outbreaks

Russia medical workers are dying 16 times more often than in countries with comparable coronavirus outbreaks

A new report has found at least 186 healthcare workers have died from COVID-19 in Russia, making it proportionally one of the worst-hit medical sectors in the world, if official figures are accurate.The was posted on May 19 by Mediazona, an online news outlet that covers human rights, legal news, and prison affairs in Russia.It found the medical profession's share of total deaths from COVID-19 was nearly 7%, or about one in every 15 fatalities. This was 16 times worse than a half-dozen countries with comparable numbers of COVID-19 cases, according to Mediazona.As of May 20, Russia has...

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17 cell phone towers in New Zealand have been vandalized since the lockdown, coinciding with a boom in 5G conspiracy theories

17 cell phone towers in New Zealand have been vandalized since the lockdown, coinciding with a boom in 5G conspiracy theories

Cell phone towers across New Zealand are being set on fire and authorities believe the attacks are linked to the increasing proliferation of conspiracy theories connecting 5G networks to the coronavirus pandemic.As of May 18, 17 cell towers had been attacked in Auckland, Wellington, and Northland, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage. The fires were deemed suspicious but have not been definitively tied to conspiracists.On Monday, New Zealand Police Commissioner Andrew Coster said anyone who set fire to a cell tower because of 5G conspiracy theories would be dealt with "very...

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China's state media is using Trump's comments about the US working on a coronavirus vaccine in January to refute claims of a cover-up

China's state media is using Trump's comments about the US working on a coronavirus vaccine in January to refute claims of a cover-up

China's state media has been making the most of President Donald Trump comment that US scientists have been looking for a coronavirus vaccine since the beginning of the year, saying it's proof the US has been lying about the origin and spread of the virus.At , Trump said scientists from the US National Institutes of Health began working on developing a coronavirus vaccine on January 11. "Most people never even heard what was going on January 11," he said. "And we were out there trying to develop a vaccine, not even knowing what we were up against." The timing was important, according to...

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China is renewing lockdown restrictions after new coronavirus clusters were found in Wuhan and Shulan, 2 cities hundreds of miles apart

China is renewing lockdown restrictions after new coronavirus clusters were found in Wuhan and Shulan, 2 cities hundreds of miles apart

Two new clusters of coronavirus cases in China have been reported hundreds of miles apart, sparking fears of another large-scale outbreak.On Sunday, the country's National Health Commission reported 17 new coronavirus diagnoses, the highest number in almost two weeks, and the second day in a row new cases were in the double digits, .Fourteen cases were in Shulan, a city of more than 700,000 near the Russian and North Korean borders. They were all traced to a 45-year-old woman working at a police laundry department with no history of recent travel or contact with an infected person.The...

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern rejects plan to offer 2,000 visas to the super rich if individuals invest $50 million into the country

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern rejects plan to offer 2,000 visas to the super rich if individuals invest $50 million into the country

A ghost.New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has rejected a scheme that would have allowed the super-rich to buy their way into New Zealand for a cool $50 million, telling reporters: "We don't want people paying for passports."In the last fortnight, New Zealand investment banker Troy Bowker made local headlines after touting a proposal calling on the government to offer about 2,000 visas to individuals who could invest $50 million into the country, granted New Zealand squashed the coronavirus, as a way to boost the struggling economy.Bowker explained the proposal on , a New Zealand...

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Trump retweeted a threat to fire Fauci after he said the US's slow response to COVID-19 has cost lives

Trump retweeted a threat to fire Fauci after he said the US's slow response to COVID-19 has cost lives

President Donald Trump retweeted a call to fire Dr. Anthony Fauci, the US government's top infectious disease doctor who has so far lasted six presidential administrations, to his 76.8 million followers.On Sunday, Trump, who is in damage control mode over the to dealing with the COVID-19, reshared a tweet about firing , the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984 and one of the top experts on Trump's coronavirus task force, who helped tackle the AIDS, Zika, and Ebola epidemics.The tweet, which was written by Republican DeAnna Lorraine who is running...

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