What Happens to a Werewolf on the Moon? Scientific American
Private development inside Grand Teton National Park possible High Country News
The Machine Breaker Harper’s Magazine
Welcome to Acapulco. This isn’t a battleground. This is a scene of catastrophic devastation. it remains overlooked, receiving minimal coverage. The lack of media coverage is baffling 😡💔#HurricaneOtis #HurracanOtis #Otis #Acapulco #Mexico pic.twitter.com/vL4RH4ZR5x
— Volcaholic 🌋 (@volcaholic1) October 28, 2023
COVID-19 illness severity and 2-year prevalence of physical symptoms: an observational study in Iceland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark The Lancet Regional Health – Europe. “These data suggest an elevated prevalence of some, but not all, physical symptoms during up to more than 2 years after diagnosis of COVID-19, particularly among individuals suffering a severe acute illness.”
Listen to Israeli survivors: They don’t want revenge +972 Magazine
The intensity of the air bridge to the Middle East…
In the last 24 hours, there have been 49 US Air Force C-17A transport aircraft alone, and this does not include allied CONUS C-5M, A400M and C-130 aircraft with the call sign RCH/REACH. The list is not complete and does not… pic.twitter.com/jr2y4rtIqy
— Sprinter (@Sprinter99800) October 28, 2023
UN: Syria seeing largest escalation of hostilities in four years Middle East Eye
Israel recalls diplomats from Turkey, to rethink ties to Ankara The Jerusalem Post
Bankrupt Iran: Close Their Oil Cash Cow Gatestone Institute. It worked so well against Russia.
Iranian teen injured on Tehran Metro while not wearing a headscarf has died The National. This story is all over the place with many reports claiming she was killed by state for not wearing headscarf while downplaying or ignoring the fact a friend said she fell and there’s also the following: “Ms Geravand’s mother and father appeared in state media footage saying a blood pressure issue, a fall or perhaps both contributed to their daughter’s injury. Campaigners abroad have alleged that Ms Geravand may have been pushed or attacked because she was not wearing the hijab.”
Craig Murray: Something Has Snapped Consortium News
An Interview On Gaza With Dominique De Villepin (As Translated By Arnaud Bertrand) Moon of Alabama. Well worth a read.
Rare cartel damages trial kicks off in the UK Global Competition Review
China’s debt-saddled regions owe far more than they can pay back without Beijing’s help South China Morning Post
New Not-So-Cold War
Who is killing foreign mercenaries in Ukraine? Kit Klarenberg, Al Mayadeen
Russia’s banking sector on track for record profits bne Intellinews
PM Orbán: Ukrainians will not win on the battlefield, EU leaders unfit Daily News Hungary
Imperial Collapse Watch
Autumn of the patriarchs Patrick Lawrence, The Floutist
South of the Border
The Dollarization Threat Phenomenal World. Argentina.
A House Investigation Reveals Disturbing IRS Home Visit Practices Matt Taibbi, Racket News
Our Famously Free Press
Prominent journalists’ union risks harming reporter’s privilege Freedom of the Press Foundation. Mike Elk v. NewsGuild.
Common chemotherapy drugs don’t work like doctors thought, with big implications for drug discovery University of Wisconsin-Madison
Mayo Clinic workers say they have terrible health insurance Minnesota Reformer
Big Brother is Watching You Watch
The UK’s problematic Online Safety Act is now law Ars Technica
Police State Watch
US economy expanding? Michael Roberts Blog
The ultimate price Investigate Midwest. The deck: “Two Mexican farmworkers died in a trailer fire in North Carolina. Their story illustrates how the nation’s most important agricultural visa program is failing the workers it is supposed to protect.”
UAW expands GM strike to Tennessee plant The Detroit News
Chicago Is Considering Opening a Municipal Grocery Store Matt Bruenig, Jacobin
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