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Big Pharma Distributor Faces Federal Criminal Charges Over Opioid Crisis

The nation's sixth-largest pharmaceutical distributor is facing federal criminal charges over its role in the opioid crisis sweeping the country, according to the New York Times.  Rochester Drug Cooperative and two former company officials were charged on Tuesday with defrauding the federal government and conspiracy to distribute drugs. The case was brought by the US attorney's office in Manhattan. The former RDC officials charged are former CEO Laurence F. Doud III and former chief of compliance, William Pietruszewski, according to the Times. Doud is expected to surrender to DEA agents and appear in US District Court in Manhattan later Tuesday. 

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World’s First Malaria Vaccine Begins Pilot Program in Malawi

The world's first malaria vaccine was launched in Malawi on Tuesday, NPR reported. It's an important day in health history. Not only is it the first malaria vaccine, it's the first vaccine to target any human parasite. The vaccine is the result of a more than 30-year effort by the World Health Organization (WHO), the non-profit PATH, the pharmaceutical GlaxoSmithKline and several African countries to save same of the more than 250,000 children who die of malaria on the continent each year, according to WHO. It cost more than $500 million, and is one of few vaccines launched specifically to help African children, PATH's Deborah Atherly told NPR.

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The Activists Quietly Struggling to Protect Venezuela's DC Embassy from a US-backed Coup

An extraordinary chapter in the ongoing saga of Venezuela has been taking place, virtually unnoticed, at the Venezuela Embassy that lies in the heart of swanky Georgetown in Washington DC. A group of us, all activists opposed to the prospect of the Venezuelan opposition taking over the Embassy, have been living inside the building for the past two weeks, working side-by-side with the skeletal Venezuela diplomatic staff that has been told by the State Department that they must leave by April 24.

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Mexico Cracks Down: Arrests Hundreds Of Central American Caravan Migrants

Mexican police arrested between 300-500 Central American migrants outside the southern city of Pijijiapan, Chiapas, according to DW. Mexican police an immigration officials rounded up the undocumented migrants who had crossed illegally into Mexico in the hopes of obtaining asylum by the United States. The raid is one of the largest targeting a caravan since the exodus began last year, and follows pressure by US authorities on Mexico to curb the flow of migrants. 

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Facebook’s new chief lawyer helped write the Patriot Act

Jennifer Newstead, a Trump appointee who served in the Justice Department under President Bush, will soon be taking over as general counsel of Facebook, the company announced in a press release on Monday afternoon. Newstead will take over from Colin Stretch, who announced plans to retire last year.

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UN: Pro-government forces kill more Afghans than armed groups

Afghan and international forces, including NATO, killed more civilians in the first three months of this year than the Taliban and fighters from other armed groups, a new UN report has said. According to findings from the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) released on Wednesday, at least 305 civilians were killed by pro-government forces between January and March, 52.5 percent of all deaths in that period.

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UN rules Iraq must compensate Kuwait oil company $240m

A UN panel has ruled that Kuwait’s national oil company be compensated $240 million for losses incurred during Iraq’s 1990-1991 invasion. Since 2005, the United Nations Compensation Commission says it has paid $48.3 billion to countries and organisations affected by the 1990 Iraqi invasion. Iraq currently sets aside 1.5% of its oil export sales for the fund. Over 1.5 million claims have been brought by over 100 governments and international organisations. Only one remains to be paid in full.

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Ukraine’s Voters Didn’t Just Reject Nationalism, They Rejected Maidan, Bandera and the Revolution

Ukraine is rejecting integral nationalism. Ukraine is rejecting national chauvinism. Ukraine is rejecting Stepan Bandera and all the deviant political bastard parties and policies that sycophant spawned when his followers took over the entire government in 2014. Are the nationalists still referring to Zelenskiy as a comedian? Laugh clown, laugh! What freshly minted President Volodymyr Zelenskiy showed five years after the 2014 Ukrainian coup is easy enough for Pravy Sektor members to understand.

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US airports will scan 97% of outbound flyers’ faces within 4 years

If you board a flight out of the United States four years from now, chances are the government is going to scan your face — an ambitious timeline that has privacy experts reeling. That’s according to a recent Department of Homeland Security report, which says that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) plans to dramatically expand its Biometric Exit program to cover 97 percent of outbound air passengers within four years.

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FBI Arrests Cop After Video Showed Him Pummel Man with His Hands Up and Brag About It

On Tuesday, multiple FBI agents arrested Trenton police officer Drew Inman who was part of an ongoing investigation into multiple bad cops in the department. Inman and his fellow cops were seen on body camera footage attacking an entirely compliant and surrendering Chanzie Washington and then bragging about it, before lying on the police report. The FBI launched the investigation last year into Inman, former TPD officer Anthony Villanueva, and Mark Kieffer III over Washington’s arrest.

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Will Israel and Neocons Assassinate Hezbollah Donors?

Now that Iran has designated the US military as a terrorist organization in response to the US declaring Iran’s Revolutionary Guards a terrorist group, it would be only fitting for the mullahs to offer a bounty for info on donors to the war party political class in the United States, in particular those calling for attacking Iran.

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Police State Madness: Cops In DUI Vans Drawing Motorists Blood

Halloween is less than six months away but that has not stopped law enforcement from taking people's blood. In fact, police officers want our blood so bad that they are purchasing blood draw vans, sorry I meant DUI vans like the one pictured above. Last year, I wrote an article about police officers forcing hospitals to draw a drunk or drugged suspect's blood. But what I could never have imagined is that within a year, police officers would be physically drawing motorists blood. A recent article in Pew Charitable Trusts revealed that police DUI vans in Arizona and California are drawing people's blood.

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Algeria governors sacked 5 five killed in building collapse

Several Algerian governors have been sacked following the collapse of a building in the Algerian city of Kasbah, which killed five members of the same family. Rescue teams arrived at the site of dilapidated, four-storey building yesterday, but found that the occupants inside the house, including an eight-year-old girl and an infant, were already dead.

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To Become an American, Prove You Haven’t Smoked Pot

One requirement for immigrants to naturalize and receive U.S. citizenship is that they affirmatively demonstrate “good moral character.” America’s nanny staters have decided that consuming marijuana in any form is, well, immoral. The Trump administration decided this week to clarify further that it is still immoral to use, share, sell, or manufacture marijuana that is legal at the state level.

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Cell Tower Removed from School After Multiple Students and Teachers Diagnosed with Cancer

As 5G technology begins to roll out across the country, it is being met by a massive wave of resistance over concerns that it can cause health problems. While 5G is still relatively new, concerns over 4G and older technology still persist as well. A school in California has taken things to the next level and removed a cell tower from their campus after several students and teachers were diagnosed with cancer.

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