Permalink Zelensky’s Lie Revealed: 200 Ukrainian Servicemen Killed By Russian Missiles In Dnepropetrovsk Region

On August 24, the Ukrainian media accused the Russian military of another alleged attack on civilians in Ukraine. Russian Iskander missiles hit a train in the Dnepropetrovsk region.

The attack hit the train in the Chaplino railway station. The Kiev regime accused Russia of attacking a train with civilians. On the same day, Ukrainian president Zelensky claimed in his speech at the UN Security Council that at least 15 people were killed and about 50 more people were wounded, four passenger cars were on fire.  On August 25, the Russian Ministry of Defence revealed the target of the attack in the daily briefing. It turned out that Russian Iskander missiles hit a military train with military equipment and reservists on their way to the Donbass front lines. As a result, 200 servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were killed and 10 pieces of military equipment were destroyed.  Ukrainian media only published photos of burned passenger cars, hiding the military echelon. However, videos from the spot confirm that this was a military train carrying military equipment and servicemen. Another lie of Vladimir Selensky supported by Ukrainian was immediately revealed.

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Permalink North Korea Says Flu Not COVID-19 Diagnosed in Locked-down Province

North Korea told patients with an unknown fever on Friday they had flu, not coronavirus as initially feared. This claim comes just a day after authorities locked down the area in Ryanggang Province near China and deployed medical teams. "It was revealed that all of the fever patients in the Ryanggang Province were patients with the flu," the state news agency KCNA stated on Friday. KCNA said diagnostic tests of samples, the nature of the symptoms, and information gained from contract tracing led health workers to conclude that the fevers were caused by influenza. Although lifting the lockdown, they urged residents to continue wearing masks and report any fever symptoms.

Permalink City tries to cancel use of the term ‘homeless

Public officials in Los Angeles have called for instead using such labels as “people living outside”.

America’s most populous county, Los Angeles, hasn’t yet cracked the code on solving homelessness, but local government officials have come up with a way to change conversations about the crisis: canceling the term “homeless.”  The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) argued in a Twitter post this week that such labels as “the homeless” and “homeless people” need to be replaced by more “inclusive” terms, including “people living outside” and “people who are unhoused.” The idea is to get rid of the “negative stigma” around homelessness and “emphasize personhood over housing status,” the authority said.

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