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Bawaal: New Pics Of Varun Dhawan And Janhvi Kapoor From &Quot;In Between Takes&Quot;

Janhvi Kapoor shared this picture with Varun Dhawan. (courtesy: janhvikapoor) New Delhi: While shooting for their forthcoming film Bawaal, Varun Dhawan and Janhvi Kapoor have been sharing pictures and videos of all the fun they’re having in-between shoots. Varun Dhawan’s wife Natasha Dalal accompanied him to the shoot and has been spending quality with their […]

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FBI and Ohio police in standoff with armed suspect after attempted break-in to FBI office in Cincinnati

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Fbi And Ohio Police In Standoff With Armed Suspect After Attempted Break-In To Fbi Office In Cincinnati

CINCINNATI– Authorities are embroiled in a standoff with a man who attempted to break into an FBI office in Cincinnati on Thursday morning.

The standoff comes after a chase on I-71 in Clinton County, Ohio.

The FBI said that at 9 a.m. an armed man attempted to break into the visitor control center of the FBI’s Cincinnati office.

The man then fled north driving a white Ford Crown Victoria on I-71 in Cinton County, Ohio, where authorities said shots were fired.

The FBI, Ohio State Highway Patrol and local law enforcement are currently engaged in a standoff with the suspect in Wilmington, Ohio.

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A lockdown is in effect within a one-mile radius of the dead end scene, with people instructed to lock doors and stay inside.

It’s unclear why the man tried to break into the FBI office, but it comes amid threats after the FBI carried out a court-authorized search of former President Donald Trump’s residence in Mar-A-Lago in Florida.

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Colorado wild horses need protection from BLM

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The agency charged with protecting our wild equines for half a century – the Bureau of Land Management – has carried out three large-scale roundups of Colorado mustangs by helicopter since last summer, removing 2,000 wild horses from their ranges and separating highly social animals from their bonds. , family herds, forever.

The largest roundup ended August 1 and set a record when officers removed 864 feral horses belonging to Rio Blanco County’s Piceance-East Douglas herd, named after the white river that runs through this part of the far west of the state.

Under the Wild Horses and Free-Ranging Burros Act of 1971, our land managers are expected to protect wild horses and burros – an integral part of our public lands – from capture, harassment or death.

While Colorado BLM officers continually assure us of their commitment to “humane handling and treatment of wild horses and burros” in the wild and out of reach, the spectacle of these chaotic “management” exercises and the documented results tell another story.

Observers have photographed and reported mustangs suffering from broken legs and dying from broken necks; a horse knocked down, landing on barbed wire. More recently, observers saw a pregnant mare and young foals being chased for miles in sweltering heat. I watched colts struggling to keep up as helicopter pilots at Sand Wash Basin last summer pushed the herd too fast in 95-degree heat.

There is nothing human in a raid.

Horses are prey, fleeing from a flying predator that sounds a whole lot worse than your neighbor’s electric lawnmower at 4am. This is harassment, which wildlife laws define as any act that creates the risk of injury or disrupts normal behavior, such as eating. , resting and bearing young.

Interviewed by the Denver Post, land managers are unfazed by the cruelty of their actions. Six captured horses were euthanized in this latest roundup near Meeker. These horses — like those before them — should have been killed for health reasons, BLM officials say. But how can you trust an agency whose main mission is to remove animals, and not to treat and save people they expect to harm?

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Wild horses in the sand wash basin are pictured in August 2021.

Why Coloradans should trust an agency cited for negligent care two months ago by a team (including a U.S. Department of Agriculture veterinarian) investigating the rapid deaths of 146 feral horses at the Cañon prison complex City?

Investigators say BLM staff neglected to administer flu shots for seven months to horses held there during last summer’s West Douglas herd roundups in northern Colorado. Euthanasia was performed by untrained personnel and the bodies were moved with the same front-end loaders used to move hay, according to the BLM’s own report, which worsened the spread of the disease. Investigators found a poorly managed and unsafe facility, noting sharp edges in the pastures that could cause injury.

How tragically ironic that BLM’s rationale for the roundups today focuses on saving horses from poor habitats.

I visited BLM’s Cañon City corrals to adopt a mustang in August 2020. Cameras were banned, and I can guess why. The yearling I adopted was very skinny with his tail chewed on by other starving youngsters, a very sad contrast to the healthy sassy youngster alongside his mother whom I had last seen nine months before, wild and free. I had spent time with this colt on the range before he and others were rounded up and taken away.

I reached out to Governor Jared Polis and U.S. Representative Joe Neguse, expressing my concerns about the lack of care and starving horses at the Colorado facility.

BLM’s response was a letter from a veterinarian stating that “the vast majority of animals seen at the Cañon City facility were in good condition.” BLM allowed two reporters into the facility, but did not allow them to see the horses from the Red Desert Complex herd, and these are the horses I saw in poor condition.

There has to be a better way to deal with feral horses and thankfully Polis and Neguse have called for these roundups to stop so they have a chance to consider alternative solutions. But the BLM refused to listen.

Fortunately, the media follows this story, but what is less reported is that the vast majority of feral horses that were rounded up last summer at Sand Wash Basin are still not available for adoption. There are many Coloradans who love and care for these horses and are willing to adopt them and bring them home rather than see individuals from our most popular herd continue to languish in a horse prison.

This year has proven, once again, that wild horses in captivity suffer physically and emotionally. BLM officials admit the reason they failed to vaccinate was that the mustangs were “unusually nervous”. When stressed and kept in crowded conditions, wild animals are more likely to succumb to disease.

Continuing this style of circus management is a recipe for disaster. Wild horses should be managed on the course, where they belong, with their families. It’s time for Coloradians who care about wild horses to speak up. Wildlife belongs to all of us. Tell your local and federal officials that Coloradans want to see our wild horses stay wild and free.

Carol Walker is an award-winning photographer, author, and has been observing, documenting, and advocating for wild horses since 2004. She has worked with the nation’s top national wild horse advocacy groups and recently became a member of the Colorado Council for Animal Wellness. Stock. She lives in Longmont, CO with her three adopted mustangs.

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Heroic Kentucky high school student, 18, dies after falling ‘mysteriously’ ill while helping flood victims

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Heroic Kentucky High School Student, 18, Dies After Falling 'Mysteriously' Ill While Helping Flood Victims

A Kentucky teenager who selflessly helped historic flood victims for three days has mysteriously died after suddenly falling ill, becoming the 38th victim of the disaster.

Aaron ‘Mick’ Crawford, 18, returned home from his recovery efforts and complained of exhaustion and numbness in his arms.

He was then airlifted to the University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington and placed on a ventilator, but his condition deteriorated over four days and Crawford ultimately died last Friday.

The cause of Crawford’s sudden death is currently unknown as the teenager was an organ donor, meaning it is unclear whether his family will be able to obtain an autopsy report from the coroner.

Friends and family remember the high school football player and wrestler as a kind person with an inspiring commitment to his Christian faith.

“He used to embarrass me because he would stop and pray for people he didn’t know anywhere,” his sister Rachel said.

Aaron 'Mick' Crawford, 18, Tragically Died On August 5 After Mysteriously Falling Ill Following His Selfless Efforts To Help Victims Of Devastating Floods In Kentucky

Aaron ‘Mick’ Crawford, 18, tragically died on August 5 after mysteriously falling ill following his selfless efforts to help victims of devastating floods in Kentucky

Crawford, Left, Was Described By His Sister Rachel, Right, As

Crawford, Left, Was Described By His Sister Rachel, Right, As

Crawford, left, was described by his sister Rachel, right, as ‘the person I will always aspire to be’.

38 People Have Been Recorded Dead In The Kentucky Disaster, But Many More Are Still Missing And Governor Andy Beshear Said

38 People Have Been Recorded Dead In The Kentucky Disaster, But Many More Are Still Missing And Governor Andy Beshear Said

38 people were recorded dead in the Kentucky disaster, but many more are still missing and Governor Andy Beshear said ‘we’ll be finding bodies for weeks’

“He was the Christian I will always aspire to be. He was the person I will always aspire to be,” she continued.

Crawford wasted no time in springing into action when Kentucky and much of the Midwest were bombarded by heavy rains and raging floodwaters last month.

“As soon as we realized there was a major disaster here, he messaged me,” said Perry County Sheriff Joe Engle, who described the teenager as witty and “ strong as a bear”.

“I’m not sure it even stopped raining by the time he messaged me on Facebook. He said, “Wanting to know where to go. Wanting to know where to help,” Engle, who was also Crawford’s pastor and friend, told CBS.

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear called Crawford’s death “another tragic loss for Eastern Kentucky” and said he would mourn his “compassion and kindness for his neighbors” in a series of tweets.

Services for Crawford’s funeral are scheduled for Thursday, August 10, and will be paid for by a relief amusement launched by Beshear for affected areas.

Crawford, a rising junior at Knott County Central and a leader of the football and wrestling team, wanted to be a conservation officer when he was older.

“He had no enemies and hated no one,” Rachel told the Courier-Journal. “He is the closest person I have ever met who lived like Jesus himself.”

Crawford’s mother Ronda wrote on Facebook ‘I miss him already but he’s home now’ and said she ‘lost her heart’.

Crawford Was Described As A Leader On Both His High School Football Team And The Wrestling Team, And For Good Reason – His Pastor Said He Was Also

Crawford Was Described As A Leader On Both His High School Football Team And The Wrestling Team, And For Good Reason – His Pastor Said He Was Also

Crawford was described as a leader on both his high school football team and the wrestling team, and for good reason – his pastor said he was “strong as a bear”.

Heroic Kentucky High School Student, 18, Dies After Falling 'Mysteriously' Ill While Helping Flood Victims

Heroic Kentucky High School Student, 18, Dies After Falling 'Mysteriously' Ill While Helping Flood Victims

Crawford, Far Left, Is Seen Here With His Family.  Crawford's Mother, Ronda, Said She Had

Crawford, Far Left, Is Seen Here With His Family.  Crawford's Mother, Ronda, Said She Had

Crawford, far left, is seen here with his family. Crawford’s mother, Ronda, said she had ‘lost her heart’

A flood warning for the area was issued last night, as Beshear warned of “storms moving through the area which could cause scattered instances of flash flooding”.

Bridges in the Appalachian region collapsed, isolating communities as homes were torn from their foundations as mudslides poured into valleys.

Parts of eastern Kentucky reported receiving more than eight inches of rain in 24 hours as the state was hit by the worst storm in its history.

The water level at the North Fork of the Kentucky River in Whitesburg rose to a staggering 20 feet within hours, well above its previous record high of 14.7 feet.

The severity of the flooding left Beshear lamenting that they “will be finding bodies for weeks,” but assured Kentuckians “we’re going to be working to go door to door, working to find, again, as many people as possible”.

Many have been driven from their homes while others have been stranded without water, electricity or other essential supplies.

Flooding In Kentucky Has Killed At Least 38 And Left Many More Without Access To Power Or Water, Pitting Rescuers Against Time

Flooding In Kentucky Has Killed At Least 38 And Left Many More Without Access To Power Or Water, Pitting Rescuers Against Time

Flooding in Kentucky has killed at least 38 and left many more without access to power or water, pitting rescuers against time

President Biden Told The People Of Kentucky:

President Biden Told The People Of Kentucky:

President Biden told the people of Kentucky: ‘We are staying until everyone is back where they were’

Homes Were Completely Flooded In The Gruesome Scenes In Kentucky Last Month

Homes Were Completely Flooded In The Gruesome Scenes In Kentucky Last Month

Homes were completely flooded in the gruesome scenes in Kentucky last month

Aerial View Of A Car Driving On A Road Submerged By Flood Waters From The North Fork Of The Kentucky River In Jackson, Kentucky On July 28, 2022

Aerial View Of A Car Driving On A Road Submerged By Flood Waters From The North Fork Of The Kentucky River In Jackson, Kentucky On July 28, 2022

Aerial view of a car driving on a road submerged by flood waters from the North Fork of the Kentucky River in Jackson, Kentucky on July 28, 2022

View Of The Damaged Area After Flooding Caused By Heavy Rain In The Surrounding Towns Of Hazard, Kentucky

View Of The Damaged Area After Flooding Caused By Heavy Rain In The Surrounding Towns Of Hazard, Kentucky

View of the damaged area after flooding caused by heavy rain in the surrounding towns of Hazard, Kentucky

President Joe Biden issued a disaster declaration for the Kentucky floods, allowing federal assistance to complement state and local recovery efforts.

Biden stepped back from his formal remarks to speak off the cuff after visiting flood-affected families and receiving a briefing on volunteer efforts.

He praised the spirits of the people of Kentucky and swore the government would be there for them.

‘I promise you. We remain the federal government with the state, county and city. We’re staying until everyone is back where they were – it’s no joke,’ he said as he walked past the crowd, microphone in hand.

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2 teens apprehended after fire set inside vacant Lakeside Club in Mahtomedi

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2 Teens Apprehended After Fire Set Inside Vacant Lakeside Club In Mahtomedi

The Lakeside Club in Mahtomedi was damaged by a fire on Wednesday that officials say was intentionally set.

The fire caused extensive smoke damage to the vacant club, which was featured in the movie “Fargo.”

Two 15-year-old girls were taken into custody in connection with the fire and later released to their parents, said Mahtomedi Fire Chief Terry Fischer. “A guy on his bike saw the two girls running out of the smoking building and took a picture of them,” according to Fischer.

Washington County Sheriff’s Office deputies found the girls “just up the road from there,” Fischer said. “They took off running, but the deputies were able to apprehend them.”

The girls said they started the fire by lighting some papers underneath one of the upper-level restaurant booths, Fischer said.

The Lakeside Club, a popular bar and restaurant, was shuttered in 2020 after about 60 years in operation. The building is slated for demolition.

In June, the Mahtomedi City Council voted to approve plans for a three-story apartment complex on the site.

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FTX Ventures’ Amy Wu Brings Blockchain Investing Expertise to TC: Crypto Sessions – TechCrunch

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Ftx Ventures' Amy Wu Brings Blockchain Investing Expertise To Tc: Crypto Sessions – Techcrunch

The world of crypto business has been in a whirlwind in recent years, with powerful new players inspiring a furious catch-up among traditional venture capitalists aiming to make a name for themselves in the industry. Throughout this time, the venture capital fund has been reshaped by many top crypto startups, now capitalizing on historic earnings to fund their versions of a web3 future.

FTX has been an undeniable driving force in the crypto industry this year as it rocketed towards its position as one of the leading crypto exchanges. Meanwhile, its global strength has pushed the company to challenge Coinbase on US territory with its US entity FTX US, but the company has also sought to establish a major presence in the venture capital world with FTX Ventures.

The $2 billion multi-stage crypto fund has exploded onto the scene, placing bets in a number of major blockchain startups and projects, including Yuga, NEAR, Aptos, and LayerZero. While FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried is an investor in the company, it is led by venture capitalist Amy Wu.

We are delighted to welcome Amy Wu to TechCrunch Sessions: Crypto in Miami on November 17, where we’ll discuss Wu’s outlook on the increasingly volatile crypto markets, how founders can survive a crypto winter, and where FTX fits into the growing world of blockchain financial services.

Prior to joining FTX Ventures earlier this year, Wu was the lead crypto partner at Lightspeed Ventures, where she secured deals with companies like Offchain Labs, Alchemy, and Parallel Finance. Wu was also previously CFO at Discovery and has worked at other venture capital firms including Insight Venture Partners and IA Ventures.

The crypto venture world has never been more vibrant, with massive amounts of capital flowing into the space even as investors fear a downturn. We will be happy to press Wu and what his company is looking for and what opportunities remain in the world of crypto startups.

We’re just beginning to put together an impressive agenda, and we’ll be announcing specific speakers, topics, and related news in the coming weeks. Sign up for updates to keep your fingers on the pulse of our first crypto conference – as well as other TC events.

Take advantage of our special introductory prices — save $250 on general admission passes and $200 on starter exhibitor packages while stocks last. Buy your pass or package today, then join the web3, DeFi, and NFT communities at TC Sessions: Crypto November 17 in Miami.

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Truss takes on police who ‘did nothing’ about grooming

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Conservative leadership hopeful Liz Truss has claimed she will ensure those responsible “who did nothing” against rape gangs are held accountable.

“It seems that right now we live in a society where the police will be happy to show up at your door if you have the audacity to insult someone on Twitter and handcuff you, but if you be part of a grooming gang, they turn the other cheek,” a viewer question suggested to the Foreign Secretary when she appeared on GB News recently, asking what she was “up to do to confront and bring to justice the perpetrators of grooming gangs?”

Law and order issues, including rape gangs, have been largely ignored by the candidates for Boris Johnson’s succession and the establishment media tasked with orchestrating the debates between them – indeed, an inquiry has been Asked of the five candidates at the time to ask if they would commission a grooming inquiry into Oldham after it was blocked locally by Labor in July was ignored.

Confronted with the issue directly on GB News, however, Foreign Secretary Truss spoke out forcefully, saying it was ‘absolutely right that the police don’t spend their time policing Twitter’ and calling the grooming gangs ‘absolutely repugnant “.

“Of course these criminals need to be brought to justice but, more than that, I want people to be held accountable – the council officers, councilors and police who did nothing about it,” he said. she declared.

“Even, not just turned a blind eye, but actually tolerated this behavior. They need to be held accountable because until these people understand that their role enabled the perpetration of these appalling crimes, I don’t think we will fully address them.

“I will ensure that these people are prosecuted by the appropriate authorities.”

His comments come as the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) dropped an investigation into three Greater Manchester Police (GMP) officers who had been referred to them following an investigation into gang failures of grooming.

Despite numerous admissions of general institutional failings, Breitbart London is not aware of any particular officer who has faced prosecution or significant sanctions such as loss of pension rights as a result of grooming gang scandals, and the IOPC Fund did not respond to a press inquiry asking whether it had “ever found fault with or recommended sanctions against specific officers”.

Truss’ last remaining rival to become leader of the Conservative Party – and, by extension, prime minister, with the Tories having a majority in the House of Commons – Rishi Sunak, has also claimed he will take action against grooming gangs after having been pressed on the issue on GB News.

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Sunak did not talk about legally prosecuting negligent officials and police, but said he would introduce new sentences for groomers, including a type of life sentence with “very limited options for parole”, and a new task force within the FBI. Agency (NCA) focused on them.

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