New South African drone to compete with Turkey’s Bayraktar

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The launch was held at the Africa Aerospace and Defence 2022 international arms exhibition being held in Pretoria from September 21-25. Previously, a mock-up was exhibited at the IDEX-2021 defense exhibition in Abu Dhabi. Main competitors of the South African UAV, in addition to Turkey's Bayraktar and Anka, will also include products from US firm General Atomics, a Milkor spokesperson told Sputnik News. Bayraktar drones have been deployed by a number of other nations around the world in various conflicts, such as by Azerbaijan in the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh war, by the Armed Forces of Ukraine against Russia as well as…

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German secret service operates fake accounts to lure ‘right-wing extremists’

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The Office for the Protection of the Constitution apparently maintains fake accounts in social networks, which serve the purpose of creating a certain mood. Online hate speech in the pay of the state As the Süddeutsche Zeitung (SZ) reported, the German Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution is now running hundreds of fake right-wing extremist online accounts. Massive investments have been made in the campaign since 2019. That means: Agents paid by the state – i.e. financed from tax money – bully and agitate on social media, and are even allowed to commit crimes. There are said to…

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Pleas challenging Article 370 abrogation to be heard by SC after Dussehra break

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Some of the pleas have been filed by former Air Vice Marshal Kapil Kak, Gopal Krishna Pillai, Hindal Tyabji, Dr Radha Kumar, General Ashok Mehta and others. By abrogating Article 370, the Centre had revoked the special status of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir. Subsequently, the State was bifurcated into two Union Territories, the Union Territory of Ladakh and the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.

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EU states are fighting over the repeal of veto right

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A number of ministers responsible for European affairs made it clear at the meeting in Brussels that, for example, the acceptance of sanctions would be greatly simplified by the new system. However, Hungary and some other countries have consistently refused to support such an amendment to the rules, the introduction of which still requires unanimous consent. The ministers dealt with the topic following a year-long public debate called the Conference on the Future of Europe, from which initiatives for some changes in the functioning of the EU emerged. Pretending to consult citizens The Conference on the Future of Europe was…

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This Could Cause The Fed To Go Bust!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBR3oe9BzR4 🔥Understanding The Feds True Motive is Key to building wealth & avoiding the dollar-wrecking ball! - Join Me to discuss a detailed plan with Q&A - https://go.1markmoss.com/fed-war 🔥 Can The almighty Federal Reserve go bankrupt? Most people assume the Federal Reserve is some almighty institution that controls the world through its exorbitant privilege to print money. What if this isn’t entirely true? In this video, I break down: 🔥 The mechanics of how The Federal Reserve will go bankrupt 🔥 When does the Fed Put end? 🔥 Why the Fed will have to start printing money again while inflation…

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Tom Morello meets the miners striking against Warrior Met Coal

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If you grew up listening to heavy music in the 1990s or 2000s, you know who Tom Morello is, and have probably thrashed yourself silly to at least one of his anti-authoritarian battle cries. As the guitarist for Rage Against the Machine, he’s toured stadiums around the world and sold millions of records; he held the same role in Audioslave, and made a big splash on mainstream radio while he was at it. He’s been a prolific solo artist, releasing acoustic protest songs under the moniker the Nightwatchman, and has collaborated with a laundry list of icons, from Run-DMC and…

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Meat ads banned in Dutch city to fight ‘climate change’

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Right-wing politicians are calling it a "quasi-dictatorial" ban. The idea is similar to those put forward by Bill Gates: he has recommended a transition to the consumption of synthetic meat to fight climate change. The city of Haarlem near Amsterdam, in the Netherlands, with a population of 160 000, wants to ban advertisements for meat from meat producers displayed in places controlled by the municipality, such as buses, bus shelters and advertising screens, but the legal framework for the measure remains to be defined, The Guardian reported. The measure, put forward by the green party GroenLinks, was adopted by the…

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Case New Holland workers’ strike enters fifth month as negotiations stall

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Back in July, I took a weekend trip to Burlington, Iowa, to visit manufacturing workers at Case New Holland (CNH Industrial), who, along with their coworkers at another plant in Racine, Wisconsin, have been on strike since May 2. When I arrived, the early shift of picketers stood jovially together under the hot morning sun. Even at 10AM, the temperature was already a blistering 86 degrees, with humidity high enough that it made your clothes damp to the touch. The picketers didn’t seem to mind as they made their way slowly past the entrance to the Case New Holland plant,…

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