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How a college football star lost his job and became a devout Nation of Islam follower

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Two years ago, the world was Capitol knifeman Noah Green's oyster.

A star of the college football team, the accused Capitol knife attacker was soon to graduate with a degree in finance from Christopher Newport University in Virginia.

Yet over the course of the next two years, his life would take a frightening turn into paranoia and suicidal depression, and ultimately come crashing down. 

On Friday he rammed his car into a barricade at the U.S. Capitol and leapt out with a knife, killing one of the officers. He was shot and killed by police.

Green (right) played football at Christopher Newport University and in college, where he also ran track, according to an athletics bio
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Green (right) played football at Christopher Newport University and in college, where he also ran track, according to an athletics bio 

Noah Green in photos taken from the now-removed Facebook page
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Green was a fan of the leader of Nation of Islam Louis Farrakhan, based on his Facebook page
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A Facebook page belonging to a man matching the suspect's name has now been taken down. It showed he was a fan of the leader of Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan

Green was born in Fairlea, West Virginia - a poor, largely white, rural community of 1,700 people in the southeast of the state, close to the border with Virginia.

One of ten children, he grew up with seven sisters and two brothers.

By the time he was at high school, he had crossed into Virginia and was living 30 miles from Fairlea in Covington, Virginia.

He attended Alleghany High School where he played football and ran track, earning All-District, All-Conference, and team MVP honors in 2013.

Green then went on to Christopher Newport University, in Newport News, Virginia.

'Mr Green was a 2019 graduate of Christopher Newport University with a degree in finance. Mr. Green played on the Christopher Newport University football team in the fall 2017 and fall 2018 seasons,' said Jim Hanchett, CNU chief communications officer.

Green was not known to police in Washington DC but he did have a record in another state, according to law enforcement sources.

His Facebook posts, which have since been taken down, showed a deeply disturbed man spiraling out of control - believing that he was the victim of federal 'mind control', having suicidal thoughts and manic episodes, traveling to Africa to seek solace, and finding comfort in religion and extremist ideology.

'Satan's rule over us is up,' he said, in a Facebook post on March 17. 

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He credited the controversial leader of the Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan, with saving him 'after the terrible afflictions I have suffered presumably by the CIA and FBI, government agencies of the United States of America.'

On Instagram, he wrote: 'I have suffered multiple home break ins, food poisonings, assaults, unauthorized operations in the hospital, mind control.'

Green believed that his troubles began in 2019, when, he thought, a former teammate and roommate drugged him with Xanax.

Those involved thought that Green had made the story up, and doubted his allegations. 

Green said the episode left him addicted to the drug, and left him with lasting mental health problems, which grew increasingly severe.

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The knife-wielding suspect has been identified as Noah Green (pictured)
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Capitol police officer Billy Evans (left) was killed by a knife-wielding driver on Friday at the US Capitol. The suspect has been identified by NBC and the New York Post as Noah Green (right)

The night before the attack, he was violently ill, his brother Brendan told The Washington Post, without detailing exactly what happened. 

The pair shared an apartment in Virginia - Green having moved in two weeks ago, with his family deeply worried about his mental state.

He texted Brendan on Thursday night and said: 'I'm sorry but I'm just going to go and live and be homeless. 

'Thank you for everything that you've done.

'I looked up to you when I was a kid. You inspired me a lot.'

He had remained in the college town of Newport News on graduating, but the Xanax episode from 2019 haunted him.

He had hallucinations, heart palpitations, headaches and suicidal thoughts, Brendan told The Washington Post.

By January of this year, Green had suddenly abandoned his Newport News home and moved to Indianapolis, saying drugs had inspired him to go there.

From Indianapolis, he began to tell Brendan that people were breaking into his apartment.

In January he applied to legally change his name to Noah Zaeem Muhammad.

The hearing was due earlier this week, on March 30. He never showed up, and the case was dismissed.

The motive for Friday's attack is not yet clear. Social media posts on now-removed accounts under Green's name speak of fears the federal government was targeting him with 'mind control' and heap praise on Farrakhan for saving him
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The motive for Friday's attack is not yet clear. Social media posts on now-removed accounts under Green's name speak of fears the federal government was targeting him with 'mind control' and heap praise on Farrakhan for saving him

Facebook confirms it pulled Noah Green's accounts

 Facebook has confirmed it pulled the social media accounts of Noah Green, the 25-year-old suspect who mowed down two Capitol cops, killing one, before being shot dead at the US Capitol. 

The social media giant said in a statement to CNN it had suspended Green's accounts from Facebook and Instagram under its policy around dangerous individuals and organization, in the wake of Friday afternoon's deadly attack. 

'After this horrific event, our thoughts are with the Capitol Police and their loved ones,' a spokesperson said. 

'We have designated the incident under our Dangerous Individuals and Organizations policy, which means we have removed the suspect's accounts from Facebook and Instagram, and are removing any content that praises, supports, or represents the attack or the suspect.  

Green's Facebook page, which was viewed by <a href="http://DailyMail.com" rel="nofollow">DailyMail.com</a> before its removal, described the 25-year-old Christopher Newport University graduate as a 'Follower of Farrakhan' and included several posts heaping praise on Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan for saving him.

Posts on Green's Instagram page, seen by CNN, spoke of conspiracies that the FBI and CIA were poisoning him, subjecting him to unauthorized operations and targeting him with 'mind control'.

In one post - just two hours before the attack - Green called the federal government the '#1 enemy of Black people'. 

Brendan, concerned about his brother's state of mind, flew to Indianapolis to check on Noah.

He found that the apartment was secure, but that Noah's 'mind didn't seem right'.

A couple of months ago, Brendan said, Noah moved to Botswana.

While in Africa, he told Brendan that 'his mind was telling him to basically commit suicide.'

He told his brother he had jumped in front of a car, and was so badly injured he had surgery in a hospital, which left him with scars and bruises, Brendan saw.

Around two weeks ago Noah called Brendan crying, telling him he was 'in a really bad situation and in really bad shape.'

He asked to move in with Brendan, and Brendan agreed.

On March 17, he posted an update to his friends and family on Facebook, telling them that he had been struggling and 'haven't had much to lean on the past few months'.

He said he was on a 'spiritual journey' after having a 'tough' past 'few years' and recently losing his job.

'To be honest these past few years have been tough, and these past few months have been tougher,' he said.

'I have been tried with some of the biggest, unimaginable tests in my life.

'I am currently now unemployed after I left my job partly due to afflictions, but ultimately, in search of a spiritual journey.'

Green graduated from Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia, in 2019 with a bachelor's degree in finance
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Green graduated from Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia, in 2019 with a bachelor's degree in finance

A March 17 Facebook post said he was on a 'spiritual journey' after having a 'tough' past 'few years' and recently losing his job
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A March 17 Facebook post said he was on a 'spiritual journey' after having a 'tough' past 'few years' and recently losing his job

The Facebook page also included links to videos of Farrakhan and posts about the Nation of Islam
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The Facebook page also included links to videos of Farrakhan and posts about the Nation of Islam
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The Facebook page also included links to videos of Farrakhan and posts about the Nation of Islam

Green said that religion had saved him.

He described Farrakhan as 'Jesus, the Messiah' and the 'raiser of the dead to life, making the blind see, and the deaf hear.'

He continued: 'I consider him my spiritual father. Without his guidance, his word, and his teachings that I've picked up on along the way, I would've been unable to continue.

'Preaching to the multitudes, calling a million black men to Washington, and standing up to the most powerful government of modern times. He has done miraculous work not just with me, but with the lives of millions.'

In the post, Green also wrote that he had been 'unknowingly' taking a drug which he said had caused him to suffer 'concerning symptoms'.

'I was on the right track and everything I had planned was coming into existence. It required long hours, lots of studying, and exercise to keep me balanced while experiencing an array of concerning symptoms along the path (I believe to be side effects of drugs I was intaking unknowingly).

'However, the path has been thwarted, as Allah (God) has chosen me for other things.'

Green signed off the message Brother Noah X.

The same day, he uploaded an image of a certificate to a Noah X that recognized a gift of $1,085 to the Nation of Islam.

Green's Facebook page included this picture of a Nation of Islam certificate made out to 'Noah X' in Norfolk, Virginia
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Green's Facebook page included this picture of a Nation of Islam certificate made out to 'Noah X' in Norfolk, Virginia 

The Facebook page also included links to videos of Farrakhan and posts about the Nation of Islam.

Less than two hours before Green drove a vehicle through the barriers at the Capitol killing a cop and being shot dead, CNN reported that he also posted a series of Instagram stories in which he called the US government the '#1 enemy of Black people'. 

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WASHINGTON: A Capitol Police officer was killed Friday after a man rammed a car into two officers at a barricade outside the US Capitol and then emerged wielding a knife, law enforcement officials said.

The suspect died at a hospital, officials said. Both officers were hospitalized, and one of them “succumbed to his injuries,” Capitol Police Acting Chief Yogananda Pittman told reporters.

Pittman did not identify the slain officer or suspect. Authorities said that there was no longer an ongoing threat and that the attack did not appear to be related to terrorism. There was also no immediate connection apparent between Friday's crash and the Jan. 6 riot.

The crash and shooting happened at a security checkpoint near the Capitol as Congress is on recess. It comes as the Washington region remains on edge nearly three months after a mob of armed insurrectionists stormed the Capitol as Congress was voting to certify Joe Biden’s presidential win.

Five people died in the Jan. 6 riot, including Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick, who was among a badly outnumbered force trying to fight off insurrectionists who supported former President Donald Trump's bid to overturn the election. Authorities installed a tall perimeter fence around the Capitol and for months restricted traffic along the roads closest to the building, but they have begun pulling back some of the emergency measures in recent weeks.

There was no immediate connection apparent between Jan. 6 and Friday's crash. Pittman said the suspect did not appear to have been on police radar. But the incident underscores that the building and campus remain potential targets for violence. It occurred about 100 yards (91 meters) from the entrance of the building on the Senate side of the Capitol.

The security checkpoint is typically used by senators and staff on weekdays, but lawmakers are away for recess. Fencing that prevented vehicular traffic near that area was recently removed.

The officials initially said the suspect was being taken to the hospital in critical condition. One of the officers who was injured was taken by police car to the hospital; the other was being transported by emergency medical crews, the officials said.

The US Capitol complex was placed on lockdown after the shooting and staff were told they could not enter or exit buildings. Video showed National Guard troops mobilizing near the area of the crash.

Video posted online showed a dark colored sedan crashed against a vehicle barrier and a police K-9 inspecting the vehicle. Law enforcement and paramedics could be seen caring for at least one unidentified individual.

President Biden had just departed the White House for Camp David when the incident occurred. As customary, he was traveling with a member of the National Security Council Staff who was expected to brief him on the incident.

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One Capitol Police Officer Dead Following Car Attack, Another Injured; Suspect Dead

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An unknown suspect was fatally shot Friday by police after ramming a car into two police officers at the Capitol building and then proceeding to charge at officers on-foot while wielding a knife, announced U.S. Capitol Police Department Friday afternoon. 

Two U.S. Capitol police officers were injured in the car attack — which occurred shortly after 1pm — and both of the officers were taken to hospitals in the area, said Acting Capitol Police Department Chief Yogananda Pittman in a press conference. One of the police officers has been pronounced dead, and the extent of the other officer’s injuries are not currently clear.

“It is a with a very, very heavy heart that I announce one of our officers has succumbed to his injuries,” said Pittman. “We are not able to release any information, names, age, date of birth, or anything of that nature at this time, because we still have to notify the next of kin.”

“This has been an extremely difficult time,” said Pittman, citing the events of January 6 as well as the car attack. She also asked that the public keep the Capitol police department in their thoughts and prayers. 

Pittman said the suspect “did not respond to verbal commands” and was carrying a visible knife in his hand. Police fired at the suspect after the individual started running toward them in what Pittman described as lunging. Shortly after the press conference, the department issued a statement describing the deceased suspect as a man who drove a blue sedan. The department’s statement also notes:

One USCP officer was transported by a USCP cruiser to the hospital. The second USCP officer was transported by DC Fire and EMS. The suspect was also transported by DC Fire and EMS to the hospital where he succumbed to his injuries around 1:30pm. 

Robert Contee, chief of the Metropolitan Police Department, which is separate from the Capitol police department, offered his “deepest condolences” to “all of the officers at the United States Capitol Police,” and said there doesn’t appear to be an ongoing threat. Contee said that it doesn’t appear the suspect was known to local police, and also said the department’s homicide division and internal affairs division was taking over the investigation. 

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has ordered the flags on the Capitol building at half-staff in light of the attack, according to a spokesperson.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said after the attack: “Praying for the United States Capitol Police officers who were attacked at the Capitol. We are still learning what’s taken place. Grateful to all the USCP and first responders who are on the scene.”

This article has been updated to include additional information. 

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US expresses concerns over Russia-Ukraine military tensions

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US Joint Chiefs Chairman General Mark Milley speaks to Ukraine Armed Forces Commander in Chief Ruslan Khomchak and Russian Armed Forces Chief of Staff General Valery Gerasimov to express concern over reported Russian troop movement on Kiev's borders.

The top Pentagon general has called counterparts in Russia and Ukraine as the US Defense Department expressed concerns about a reported buildup of Russian troops along Ukraine's border and in Crimea.

US troops in Europe were on an elevated "watch condition" as Joint Chiefs Chairman General Mark Milley spoke to General Valery Gerasimov, the Russian Armed Forces chief of staff, and Ukraine armed forces Commander in Chief Ruslan Khomchak.

Meanwhile, White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan called the head of the Ukraine Presidential Office Andriy Yermak to reiterate Washington's support for the country.

"We're concerned about recent escalations of Russian aggression in eastern Ukraine, including violations of the July 2020 ceasefire that led to the deaths of four Ukrainian soldiers on the 26th of March, and the wounding of two others," said Pentagon spokesman John Kirby.

"Russia's destabilising actions undermine the deescalation in tensions that had been achieved through an OSCE-brokered agreement back in July of last year."

READ MORE: It's been five years since Russia annexed Crimea

Russian military build-up

He said the US military was aware of Ukrainian reports concerning Russian troop movements on the country's borders.

"We're discussing our concerns about this increase in tensions in ceasefire violations and regional tensions with NATO allies.”

On Tuesday, Moscow and Kiev traded accusations of responsibility for an increase in violence between Ukraine government forces and Kremlin-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine, leading to a rise in deaths.

READ MORE: Russia, Ukraine to revive peace process amid little progress

Khomchak denounced the "threat to the military security" of Ukraine by the Russian army, saying that some 28,000 separatist fighters and "more than 2,000 Russian military instructors and advisers" are currently stationed in eastern Ukraine.

Reports online suggested that Russia had located more military forces along the border and also moved more into Crimea, the Ukraine territory that Moscow seized in 2014.

READ MORE: Ukraine, Russia's other forgotten conflict

Heightened watch level

Those reports could not be confirmed, but some observers have tied them to Russian military exercises.

Kirby said Milley's call to his Russian counterpart was "to gain a little bit more clarity on what exactly is going on."

“We obviously don't want to see any more violations of Ukrainian territory," he said.

READ MORE: Ukraine calls up reservists amid tensions with Russia

In his call with Yermak, Sullivan "affirmed the United States’ unwavering support for Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity, and Euro-Atlantic aspirations, in the face of continuing aggression," according to a White House statement.

US forces in Europe were placed on a heightened watch level to "potential imminent crisis" in response to Russian activities, Kirby confirmed. 

He said that the watch condition "expresses combatant commanders' concern about a potential threat."

READ MORE: Turkey supports Ukraine's territorial integrity over Donbass, Crimea

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US Joint Chiefs Chairman General Mark Milley speaks to Ukraine Armed Forces Commander in Chief Ruslan Khomchak and Russian Armed Forces Chief of Staff General Valery Gerasimov to express concern over reported Russian troop movement on Kiev’s borders.

The top Pentagon general has called counterparts in Russia and Ukraine as the US Defense Department expressed concerns about a reported buildup of Russian troops along Ukraine’s border and in Crimea.

US troops in Europe were on an elevated “watch condition” as Joint Chiefs Chairman General Mark Milley spoke to General Valery Gerasimov, the Russian Armed Forces chief of staff, and Ukraine armed forces Commander in Chief Ruslan Khomchak.

Meanwhile, White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan called the head of the Ukraine Presidential Office Andriy Yermak to reiterate Washington’s support for the country.

“We’re concerned about recent escalations of Russian aggression in eastern Ukraine, including violations of the July 2020 ceasefire that led to the deaths of four Ukrainian soldiers on the 26th of March, and the wounding of two others,” said Pentagon spokesman John Kirby.

“Russia’s destabilising actions undermine the deescalation in tensions that had been achieved through an OSCE-brokered agreement back in July of last year.”

READ MORE: It’s been five years since Russia annexed Crimea

Russian military build-up

He said the US military was aware of Ukrainian reports concerning Russian troop movements on the country’s borders.

“We’re discussing our concerns about this increase in tensions in ceasefire violations and regional tensions with NATO allies.”

On Tuesday, Moscow and Kiev traded accusations of responsibility for an increase in violence between Ukraine government forces and Kremlin-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine, leading to a rise in deaths.

READ MORE: Russia, Ukraine to revive peace process amid little progress

Khomchak denounced the “threat to the military security” of Ukraine by the Russian army, saying that some 28,000 separatist fighters and “more than 2,000 Russian military instructors and advisers” are currently stationed in eastern Ukraine.

Reports online suggested that Russia had located more military forces along the border and also moved more into Crimea, the Ukraine territory that Moscow seized in 2014.

READ MORE: Ukraine, Russia’s other forgotten conflict

Heightened watch level

Those reports could not be confirmed, but some observers have tied them to Russian military exercises.

Kirby said Milley’s call to his Russian counterpart was “to gain a little bit more clarity on what exactly is going on.”

“We obviously don’t want to see any more violations of Ukrainian territory,” he said.

READ MORE: Ukraine calls up reservists amid tensions with Russia

In his call with Yermak, Sullivan “affirmed the United States’ unwavering support for Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity, and Euro-Atlantic aspirations, in the face of continuing aggression,” according to a White House statement.

US forces in Europe were placed on a heightened watch level to “potential imminent crisis” in response to Russian activities, Kirby confirmed. 

He said that the watch condition “expresses combatant commanders’ concern about a potential threat.”

READ MORE: Turkey supports Ukraine’s territorial integrity over Donbass, Crimea

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Green died Friday from police gunfire after ramming his car into two officers along a barricade, killing one and injuring the other.
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Soviet dissidents like Andrei Sakharov fought for freedom in the 1980s. Now Putin is rolling back their victories.

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The families of trainee pilots sentenced to life in prison broke their silence to protest the men’s innocence. The pilots are among more than 600 trainees and conscripts swept up in prosecutions.

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A Russian defense industry executive and alleged intelligence officer has been added to the FBI’s most-wanted list for his alleged involvement in the theft of trade secrets from a U.S. aviation company.

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Week one of the Derek Chauvin murder trial was cut short. The judge sent jurors home early for the Easter weekend. But not before they heard testimony from the homicide detective assigned to the case after George Floyd died. The law enforcement veteran says police officers are not trained to kneel on a person's neck. Jay Gray reports.
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The Alabama Board of Education banned yoga — and the use of the word "namaste" — in schools in 1993.

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HARLINGEN, Texas (KVEO) — On Friday, the FBI posted two photos related to the U.S. Capitol riots of Jan. 6, asking the public to help identify them.
Prince of Wales recites God's Grandeur for Easter  Yahoo News

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126 people in La. test positive for COVID after being fully vaccinated, .02% of total shots  WBRZ

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People fully vaccinated for coronavirus can travel safely again, CDC says  cleveland.com
1 апреля Алексею Мордашову ввели первый компонент препарата.
Отмечается, что на рост ВВП повлияло, в частности, решение властей не вводить повторно жесткие карантинные меры.

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The head of the union representing U.S. Capitol Police is calling on the department’s chief to resign, saying the Capitol riot “should never have happened.” Gus Papathanasiou said in a statement Thursday that a lack of planning led to officers exposed to violent protesters storming the Capitol.

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A retired Iraqi judge who presided over the trial of Iraq's late dictator Saddam Hussein has died after battling COVID-19, the country's top judicial body said Friday.

According to Iraq's Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Mohammed Oreibi al-Khalifa, 52, died in a hospital in Baghdad where he was being treated for complications from the coronavirus.

Oreibi graduated from the Faculty of Law at Baghdad university in 1992 and was appointed a judge in 2000 by a presidential decree.

He shot to fame after he was named an investigative judge in the trial of Saddam and his regime in August 2004. He later took over as the lead judge in Saddam's trial for genocide, which also included Saddam's cousin Ali Hassan al-Majid, known as Chemical Ali, and five other defendants on charges related to their roles in the bloody 1987-88 crackdown against Kurdish rebels, known as the Anfal campaign.

The prosecution alleged that around 180,000 people died, many of them civilians killed by poison gas. Saddam was subsequently convicted and sentenced to death; he was executed on Dec. 30, 2006.

Oreibi, a Shiite, replaced Judge Abdullah al-Amiri, who was removed amid accusations he was too soft on Saddam during the trial. Oreibi tolerated very few disruptions from Saddam and his co-defendants during the trial — even throwing the deposed Iraqi leader out of the courtroom several times amid fiery exchanges between them.

In one session, after a shouting match between them, he ordered Saddam held in solitary confinement for several days.

The statement from the judicial council lauded Oreibi for his what it said was courage in handling the trial of Saddam and the former regime.

"He remains immortal in the hearts of Iraqis in general and the judges in particular," it said.



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Ukraine reports record rise in new COVID-19 cases  Arab News

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In March, Biden ordered the declassification of a report into the murder of Jamal Khashoggi
«Сродни аутодафе, как выстрелить себе в ногу»: Путин раскритиковал «дикий капитализм» без заботы о людях  Forbes Россия

Аналитики портала "Сбериндекс" составили график распространения коронавируса в России. По их расчетам, с 4 апреля суточный прирост заразившихся начнет расти и составит 8 650. Затем число новых случаев будет ежедневно увеличиваться в среднем на 570 и достигнет пика 15 апреля – 12 347.

Специалисты составили прогноз на базе эпидемиологического симулятора, который использует математическую модель SEIR. Аналитики пояснили, что эта модель предсказывает прирост инфицированных в зависимости от соблюдения россиянами мер предосторожности.

В Сбербанке подчеркнули, что делать какие-либо выводы о третьей волне COVID-19 пока рано. По словам представителей, график показывает сезонный рост заболеваемости ковидом в связи с наступлением более теплого температурного режима в апреле, передает РИА Новости.

Общее количество заразившихся коронавирусом в России сегодня составляет 4,56 миллиона. Ранее оперативный штаб отчитался о 8,7 тысячи новых случаях в 85 регионах. Полностью выздоровели и покинули больницы 4,18 миллиона человек, скончались 99,6 тысячи пациентов.

Россия занимает пятое место в списке стран, где выявили наибольшее количество заболевших COVID-19. Перед ней идут Соединенные Штаты (31 миллион случаев), Бразилия (12 миллионов случаев), Индия (12 миллионов случаев) и Франция (4 миллиона случаев).



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Аргентинский президент Альберто Фернандес получил положительный результат теста на коронавирус. Ранее он привился российской вакциной, что поможет ему восстановиться гораздо быстрее.

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A car-ramming outside the US Capitol left one police officer and the attacker dead, prompting security in Washington to ratchet up in the wake of the attack. RT speaks to former Pentagon analyst Michael Maloof, who says the latest incident will result in an even larger security presence in the capital.

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Millions face Easter under virus curbs

Millions of Christians around the world prepared on April 3 to spend another Easter weekend under restrictions because of coronavirus surges, but there was good news from the hard-hit United States, which crossed the milestone of 100 million vaccinations.

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