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HEADLINES & STORIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD: Week-15

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HEADLINES & STORIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD: Week-15
April 11-17
 
 
News Stories from Across The World:
Thursday:
 FEDS REFUSED TO EVEN REVEAL THE ID OF COP WHO MURDERED HER!
HERE HE IS:

This is the Officer responsible for using excessive force and executing Ashli Babbitt.

Any quest why he wasn't revealed or arrested??????

 
Wednesday:
 
 
Tuesday:

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THE TITANIC DISASTER TIMELINE

109 Years Ago Today!

Ned Parfett, the 'Titanic paperboy', outside of the White Star Line offices in London
 

Ned Parfett, the 'Titanic paperboy', outside of the White Star Line offices in London

 

April 10, 1912 (12:00): 

The Titanic sets sail from Southampton to New York, calling at Cherbourg and Cork en route.

April 14 (09:00–22.30, ship's time): 

Marconi Company radio officers on the Titanic received a total of six warnings of ice in the vicinity, not all of which were passed on to the crew.

April 14 (23:39):

Lookout Frederick Fleet, in the crow's nest, spots an iceberg dead ahead of the ship. Turning to port, the vessel managed to avoid a direct collision, but suffered a 'glancing blow' instead.

April 15 (00:05):

Captain Edward Smith orders abandon ship and has radio operators issue distress signals.

Lord Mersey adds the Titanic (pictured)  had not enough life boats for the 2240 passengers and a crucial lifeboat drill had been cancelled

April 15 (02:05):

The Titanic's final lifeboat is launched. Ten minutes later, the liner's angle in the water increased rapidly, ultimately reaching over 30 degrees, as water reached previously unflooded parts of the ship through deck hatches.

April 15 (02:20): 

The Titanic finally disappeared beneath the waves, some two hours and forty minutes after striking the iceberg.  


Judge who investigated Titanic disaster wrote in private journal how ship was travelling at 'excessive speed' despite ice warnings

Judge who investigated Titanic disaster wrote in private journal how ship was travelling at 'excessive speed' despite ice warnings, lifeboat drills were cancelled and watertight doors were left open, documentary reveals

Lord Mersey's family has decided to unveil his private diary (pictured on the documentary_ after more than a century
  • John Charles Bigham, 1st Viscount Mersey was head of the inquiry in 1912
  • His diary reveals notes of the mistakes he believed led to the sinking of the ship
  • His family has decided to unveil his private diary after more than a century

British jurist and politician, John Charles Bigham, 1st Viscount Mersey, was charged with investigating the sinking in 1912 that claimed 1,500 lives.

His diary, which detail his reasons for why the passenger liner sank, is being made public after more than a century on a Sky History programme on tomorrow night.

Lord Mersey's notes suggest it was a combination of factors which led to the  tragedy, including how the ship was travelling to fast, how the crew ignored repeated ice warnings and watertight doors were left open as it sank.

He also noted how there were not enough lifeboats - they could only hold half of the 2240 passengers - and lifeboat drills had been cancelled.

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U.S. to call for pause on Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine: NYT

How long will the American Public Stand for this? These vaccines are KILLERS!

image from external-content.duckduckgo.com(Reuters) - U.S. federal health agencies on Tuesday will call for an immediate pause in use of Johnson & Johnson's single-dose COVID-19 vaccine after six U.S. recipients developed a rare disorder involving blood clots, the New York Times reported, citing officials briefed on the decision. 

  All the six recipients were women between the ages of 18 and 48. One woman died and a second woman in Nebraska has been hospitalized in critical condition, the NYT reported. (https://nyti.ms/3g70oLK) 

  The company's shares were down 3% before the opening bell. 

The Food and Drug Administration, Johnson & Johnson and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention did not immediately respond to Reuters' requests for comment. 

  The move from the U.S. regulators comes less than a week after Europe's drug regulator said it was reviewing rare blood clots in four people in the United States who received th shot. 

  (Reporting by Manas Mishra in Bengaluru; Editing by Maju Samuel)