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El Paso police seek help to solve teen shooting deaths at Tierra Inca house party

El Paso Times 26 Sep 2023
El Paso police seek help in murders at Tierra Inca Drive house party ... El Paso police officials in very strong terms are urging witnesses to come forward as detectives continue to follow several investigative leads into a deadly shooting at a teen house party last week.

Facial Recognition Technology Misuse Leads to Wrongful Arrest

Cryptopolitan 25 Sep 2023
In a recent lawsuit filed in federal court, Randal Quran Reid, known as Quran, alleges wrongful arrest due to the misuse of facial recognition technology by a sheriff’s detective in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana ... Unanswered questions surrounding the detective’s actions ... The lawsuit asserts several claims against the parties involved.

Yousaf: The buck ‘stops with me’ if SNP fail to win key by-election

AOL 25 Sep 2023
Ms Sturgeon; her husband, former SNP chief executive Peter Murrell; and the party’s former treasurer; were all later arrested by Police Scotland detectives as part of a probe into SNP finances – although all three were released without any charges being brought ... Despite that, he insisted support for his party was strong.

The De Facto Nuclear Test Ban Is Under Threat

Truth Dig 25 Sep 2023
... to detect and deter cheating ... To address concerns about clandestine activities at former test sites, CTBT states-parties should adopt voluntary confidence-building measures designed to detect and deter possible low-level, clandestine nuclear testing by the major nuclear powers.

Debt chaser: ‘I got fined while NatWest recovered millions’

The Times/The Sunday Times 25 Sep 2023
Banks’ use of third-party “tracing agents” is generally a discreet affair. These unregulated commercial private detectives are typically hired when a lender is suspicious that assets are being hidden or is simply struggling to locate ...

Decade-Old ‘Sleeping Bitcoins’ Awaken: $8 Million Moved From 2012 Addresses

Bitcoin 25 Sep 2023
According to Blockchair, this indicates that “identified issues are significantly endangering the privacy of the parties involved.” One of the detected vulnerabilities was address reuse, suggesting the sender utilized the same address for both receiving and change.

Nightclub boss is jailed for four years for paying bribes to corrupt Met Police officer ...

The Daily Mail 25 Sep 2023
He took an £8,000 all-expenses paid luxury holiday for his family in Morocco and accepted a £3,000-a head ticket for a charity party at Elton John’s Berkshire home. Detectives found a video of him being whipped by a dominatrix dressed as Catwoman, on the phone of 43-year-old Bishti.

Palmeiras' facial recognition on match tickets helps police arrest criminals

Reuters 24 Sep 2023
It has also identified 253 missing persons ... The facial recognition technology at matches allows real-time analysis to detect fans who have bought tickets from touts, the use of false or third-party documents, outstanding arrest warrants, non-compliance with court orders and sanctions ... Our Standards. The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles ... Read Next ... ....

Lib Dems to unveil proposals for regular mental health check-ups

AOL 23 Sep 2023
On the party’s new plans for regular MOT checks on mental health, she is expected to say ... People between 40 and 74 already receive physical check-ups on the NHS, but the party believes a stronger focus on mental health during these appointments will help to detect problems early at little extra cost.

OH: Wissot: Abortion issue resonates more with voters than Hunter Biden

Democratic Underground 23 Sep 2023
Ohio is a ruby red state not likely to be won by Joe Biden in 2024 ... The measure failed by a significant margin ... The almost 60 % of GOP caucusgoers in Iowa who are opposed to abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected at six weeks are a good example of what is causing the party to be out of step with a majority of Americans ... .

Wissot: Abortion issue resonates more with voters than Hunter Biden

Vail Daily 23 Sep 2023
The almost 60 % of GOP caucusgoers in Iowa who are opposed to abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected at six weeks are a good example of what is causing the party to be out of step with a majority of Americans ... The MAGA Republicans have transformed the once proud GOP into a circus act, a clown show, a party of liars, deniers and whiners.

'Haunting in Venice' a solid supernatural mystery

Bowling Green Daily News 21 Sep 2023
Kenneth Branagh’s love for Agatha Christie, and specifically her Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, continues with “A Murder in Venice” – the third film with Branagh serving as both director and starring as Poirot ... This time, Branagh is working from the Christie “Hallowe’en Party,” with Poirot now retired living in post-World War II Venice.

Rezilion Announces Successful Completion of SOC 2 Type II Security Audit

Longview News-Journal 21 Sep 2023
The audit and eventual SOC 2 report provides an independent assessment issued by a third-party auditor of an organization's security and privacy control environment ... Rezilion detects third-party software components on any layer of the software stack and understands the actual risk they carry, filtering out up to 95% of identified vulnerabilities.

CLIFT | A haunting in Venice: an updated noir film

The Mercury 20 Sep 2023
Richard Branaugh, the now veteran actor and director, has been making feature film versions of Agatha Christie’s detective story novels for six years, I believe ... Two of those assembled for the after party die violent deaths and the foggy-headed detective with the big mustache locks everyone left alive in the house while he investigates.

Ambiance Steals Show In ‘Haunting In Venice’

Journal Online Chicago 20 Sep 2023
All three of these films are of course based on Agatha Christie novels (this one from her 1969 novel “Halloween Party”) who created the mustachioed Belgian detective of literary legend whose skills of deductive reasoning rival that of Sherlock Holmes.

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FILE - In this file photo taken from a video distributed by Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, on Dec. 9, 2020, a rocket launches from missile system as part of a ground-based intercontinental ballistic missile test launched from the Plesetsk facility in northwestern Russia. The United States and Russia have stopped sharing biannual nuclear weapons data under the faltering New START arms control treaty.
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A view of delegates inside the General Assembly Hall as Joseph R. Biden Jr., President of the United States of America, addresses the Assembly during the first day of the seventy-eighth session of the General Assembly Debate on theme “Rebuilding trust and reigniting global solidarity: accelerating action on the 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals towards peace, prosperity, progress and sustainability for all.”
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