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October 11, 2019

Oct 11 12:07

Heavy fighting in northeastern Syria as civilians flee Turkish attacks

Turkish warplanes and artillery hit northeast Syria on the third day of an incursion that has forced tens of thousands to flee.

Heavy fighting was reported on Friday amid reports that Syrian Kurds had regained control of two of the 11 villages lost earlier.

"There is heavy fighting between the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and the Turks on different fronts, mostly from Tal Abyad to Ras al-Ain," the so-called Syria Observatory for Human Rights said.

Oct 11 12:06

Israeli forces attack Palestinian protesters in Gaza; 49 hurt

Gaza’s Health Ministry says 49 Palestinians have been injured by Israeli forces during the weekly anti-occupation protests in the besieged coastal enclave.

Ashraf al-Qedra, the spokesman for the ministry, said in a Tweet that 22 children were among those wounded during the Friday’s protests in eastern Gaza.

He noted that 21 of the total number of injuries were caused by live ammunition used by Israeli troops.

Palestinians have been holding weekly rallies in Gaza since last year to protest the siege on the enclave and stress the right to return of the Palestinians who have been externally displaced by Israeli aggression since 1948.

At least 307 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces ever since the anti-occupation protest rallies began in the Gaza Strip on March 30, 2018. Over 18,000 Palestinians have also sustained injuries.

Oct 11 12:05

Pentagon announces new military deployments to Saudi Arabia

The United States has announced to deploy a large number of additional forces and equipment to Saudi Arabia, including air defenses and fighter aircraft, a move that officials say will help the kingdom protect itself against the kind of attacks that last month destroyed its oil facilities.

Oct 11 12:04

Trump deploys two squadrons of F-15 fighters, more troops and Patriot missiles to Saudi Arabia after Iran says missiles struck its tanker in Red Sea

The U.S. will send fighter jets and additional air defenses to Saudi Arabia to defend the kingdom against Iran amid heightened tensions between the two Middle Eastern adversaries, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Friday.

Esper announced the deployment of several dozen fighter jets along with other aircraft and additional air defenses hours after Iran said two missiles struck one of its oil tankers traveling through the Red Sea off the coast of Saudi Arabia.

No one has claimed responsibility for that attack, but it came after months of increased tensions between the two countries.

The deployment is also part of the response to the suspected Iranian missile and drone attack on Saudi oil facilities on Sept. 14.



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Oct 11 12:03

Multiple wildfires break out across LA: Terrifying footage shows more than 1,000 firefighters battling to contain growing blazes in Southern California as one man is killed and 100,000 are forced to flee their homes

Terrifying footage shows crews battling a California wildfire fueled by winds as homes burned and thousands of people were forced to evacuate.

The fire, known as the Saddleridge Fire, broke out after 9pm on Thursday in Sylmar, north of Los Angeles, along the 210 Freeway near Yarnell Street and jumped the highway, according to KTLA.

Multiple freeways, including Interstate 5, Interstate 210, and Interstate 405 northbound were shut down at least partially, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Fire officials said the Saddleridge Fire consumed more than 4,700 acres by 8am on Friday with zero containment. The cause of the fire is still unknown.

Helicopters made repeated water drops as 1,000 firefighters on the ground attacked flames in and around homes, 25 of which have been damaged so far.

Oct 11 12:02

100,000 people displaced in NE Syria after Turkish incursion – UN

Some 100,000 people have left their homes in northeastern Syria with a growing number staying in shelters and schools following this week’s Turkish military incursion in the region, the UN said on Friday.

The autonomous Kurdish administration in northeast Syria said it started evacuating a camp housing 7,000 displaced people to protect them from Turkish shelling, AFP reported.

Oct 11 12:01

World reacts after Turkish offensive in Syria

With a US green light, Turkey has launched a military aggression in Kurdish-controlled areas in Syria.

Kurdish militants have described the US green light as a “stab in the back”.

Oct 11 12:01

Blizzard warnings issued across the Northern Plains for the weekend as 'historic' two-feet of snow blasts the Dakotas and causes more than 100 flights to be delayed in Denver as Winter Storm Aubrey closes in

Blizzard conditions have forecasters urging residents in northern North Dakota to travel only in emergencies as strong winds from a powerful fall snowstorm whipped up accumulating snow.

The National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning for northern North Dakota and winter storm warnings and watches elsewhere in the state and into parts of South Dakota and Minnesota through Saturday afternoon.

'It is significant, historic amounts for this time of year' in North Dakota, said NWS meteorologist Renee Wise.

The heavy, wet snow was accompanied by sleet and ice, making road travel treacherous if not impossible in some areas, the weather service said.

Oct 11 12:00

Trump hopes to mediate between Turkey and the Kurds after US withdrawal from Syria allowed Turkish invasion, before saying 'troops have done their job...take a victory United States'

President Donald Trump said last night that he hopes he can mediate between Turkey and the Kurds following Turkey's offensive on US-allied Kurds in northeast Syria.

Trump, who pulled US troops out of the area at the start of the week before the Turkish attack, said on Twitter that the United States had three options.

He again defended his abrupt decision to pull out of northern Syria, allowing Turkey to attack Kurdish towns, at a campaign rally in Minneapolis, Minnesota, last night.

Trump said he did not think Americans wanted to see the US military sent back into the region.

'We have one of three choices: Send in thousands of troops and win Militarily, hit Turkey very hard Financially and with Sanctions, or mediate a deal between Turkey and the Kurds!' Trump tweeted.

Oct 11 11:58

Is America in Her Final Days? Will America Be Here Next Year, Next Decade?

Will the American People Rise Against Adam Shit, the Bitch Pelosi, and the Nadler Turd and Save their Country from Ruin, or will the American People Submit to The Rule By Lies? What Confidence Can We Have in the American People?

Many people regard Matt Tabbi as a leftist as he writes for the sometimes foolish Rolling Stone magazine. I regard Tabbi as a vicious truth-teller, who, left-wing or not, has integrity and intelligence far above the Identity Politics American left who are not even worth wiping your ass with.

Oct 11 11:57

Sanctioning Away Free Speech: Americans Meet with Iranians at Their Peril

The issue of the United States waging what seems to be a global war by way of sanctions rarely surfaces in the western media. The argument being made by the White House is that sanctions are capable of putting maximum pressure on a rogue regime without the necessity of having to go to war and actually kill people, but the reality is that while economic warfare may seem to be more benign than bombing and shooting the reality is that thousands of people die anyway, whether through starvation or inability to obtain medicines. It is often noted that 500,000 Iraqi children died in the 1990s due to sanctions imposed by the Bill Clinton White House and current estimates of deaths in Syria, Iran and Venezuela number in the tens of thousands


Oct 11 11:48

U.S.-North Korea talks just broke down. Here’s what might happen next.

Pyongyang and Washington walked away from the negotiating table in Sweden this past weekend — with divergent statements on the first working-level meeting to be held since negotiations broke down at the February summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un in Hanoi.

The North Koreans declared that the most recent talks had broken down because the United States had arrived at the negotiations with an “empty hand.”

Oct 11 11:47

Why Jane Fonda is moving to Washington (for now)

Jane Fonda has never been content to raise hell only from the comfort of Los Angeles. The 81-year-old actress, activist and exercise phenom is moving to Washington for four months with a plan to get arrested. A lot. Maybe every week. Grandmas like her, Fonda says, need to get in the arena fighting global warming with the likes of Swedish activist Greta Thunberg.

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Theta did NOT get the Nobel Peace Prize, so they dragged out this has-been actress (it has been a long time since Barbarella) to try for more celebrity buzz.

Oct 11 11:42

SYRIAN WAR REPORT – OCTOBER 11, 2019: TURKISH FORCES STORMING TELL ABYAD, RAS AL-AYN

Since October 9, the Turkish Armed Forces and Turkish-backed militants have been developing a ground phase of their operation against Kurdish armed groups in northeastern Syria.

The main Turkish efforts were focused on the towns of Ras al-Ayn and Tell Abyad. Turkey-led forces captured several villages surrounding the towns and event entered Tell Abyad. Nonetheless, the situation in the area remains unstable. It is expected that the Syrian Democratic Forces, a brand used by mainstream media to describe the YPG and the YPJ, will be able to defend fortified urban areas until they are not encircled.

Oct 11 11:41

It’s ON: The deep state plot to install Hillary Clinton as PRESIDENT this year, bypassing elections altogether

Step 1) Fake an impeachment of President Trump and whip up media hysteria to gaslight the entire nation into thinking Trump is being impeached when it’s all an act (with no real vote in the House, no legal bearing and no legitimacy).

Step 2) Stage an arrest of President Trump, V.P. Mike Pence and his Cabinet members for CNN’s cameras to create the visual impression that Trump is guilty of something. After all, why is he in handcuffs? (Everything with the Democrats is theater. Everything is staged.)

Step 3) Swear in Nancy Pelosi as the President, since she’s next in line (as Speaker of the House).

Step 4) Nancy Pelosi appoints Hillary Clinton as her Vice President.

Step 5) Nancy Pelosi resigns as President, making the V.P. (now Hillary Clinton) the President.


Oct 11 11:17

CHINA’S SANCTIONS AGAINST AMERICAN FARMERS ARE LIKELY PERMANENT

The American farmer keeps getting bombarded with bad news, and it doesn’t look like it’ll be alleviated any time soon. The tariffs the Chinese slapped on American soybeans are corn are likely to do permanent and everlasting damage to the economy.

It’s a fear many farmers from North Dakota to Mississippi have acknowledged for the past year, according to a report by Forbes. American farmers have raised their concerns about everlasting damage because they’ve invested millions of dollars in soybean expansion because of China. Now that Chinese demand has moved to Brazil instead, that market (and their investment) may be lost for good and it can be blamed on the trade war.

China’s decision to stop buying commodities like soybeans from U.S. farmers has already done irreversible damage to the agricultural industry. Soybeans had been rotting in silos and farmers have no one to buy their goods – meaning they will likely begin missing payments if they haven’t already.

Oct 11 11:16

Chelsea Clinton could run for Nita Lowey’s seat in Congress

The retirement of longtime New York Rep. Nita Lowey could open the door for a political newcomer with big political name — Chelsea Clinton.

“Is Chelsea Clinton going to make her move?” one New York Democrat asked shortly after learning of Lowey’s retirement.

Page Six first reported in 2016 that the former first daughter was being groomed for the 17th district seat. The district includes Rockland County and portions of Westchester, including the Chappaqua home of Bill and Hillary Clinton.

“Chelsea would be the next extension of the Clinton brand,” a source said at the time.


Oct 11 11:15

Supreme Court to hear big 2nd Amendment case despite threats from Sheldon Whitehouse and other Dem Senators

On August 13, 2019, we wrote about an extraordinary Amicus Brief filed by Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) on behalf of himself and several other Democrat Senators.

The Brief was extraordinary because it threatened the Justices with a potential restructuring of the Court if the Justices didn’t dismiss as “moot” the first big 2nd Amendment case the Court has taken in a decade. The Brief was panned by right, left, and center as a thinly-veiled and inappropriate threat.

We described the background of the case in Dem Senators to Supreme Court: Rule our way on 2nd Amendment case, or face possible restructuring:

It had been almost a decade since the U.S. Supreme Court took a major 2nd Amendment case, something Justice Clarence Thomas lamented in a dissent from the Court’s refusal to hear an appeal from a 9th Circuit decision upholding California’s 10-day waiting period even for those who already owned guns legally and had gone through the permitting and background check….

Oct 11 11:13

Get the Popcorn!… Biden Just Tossed Obama Under the Bus, “Obama White House Approved Hunter Biden’s Position”

The Joe Biden campaign defended drug addict Hunter Biden’s gig as a board member of Ukraine’s Burisma Holdings.

Joe is famous for getting the prosecutor fired who was investigating his son’s Ukrainian business dealings.

Today the Biden Campaign tossed Barack Obama under the bus — blaming Obama for approving Hunter Biden’s position.

Via Gregg Jarrett—

Kate Bedingfield, Deputy Campaign Director and Communications Director of the Biden 2020 Campaign, revealed that Hunter Biden’s position on the board of Burisma was approved by the White House in 2014.

Oct 11 11:11

The ‘Whistleblower’ Probably Isn’t

Americans who’ve blown the whistle over serious offenses by the federal government either spend the rest of their lives overseas, like Edward Snowden, end up in jail, like Chelsea Manning, get arrested and ruined financially, like former NSA official Thomas Drake, have their homes raided by FBI like disabled NSA vet William Binney, or get charged with espionage like ex-CIA exposer-of-torture John Kiriakou. It’s an insult to all of these people, and the suffering they’ve weathered, to frame the ballcarrier in the Beltway’s latest partisan power contest as a whistleblower.


Oct 11 11:10

RED ALERT! Fed Announces Permanent Bank Bailouts to Save the System!! (Bix Weir)

Oct 11 10:48

Ted Cruz, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Join Forces To Criticize NBA’s China Cowardice

It’s not often a bipartisan coalition forms naturally around an issue, but the NBA’s unqualified capitulation to Chinese Communists has managed to bring together perhaps the most mis-matched group of legislators in a decade.

Oct 11 10:48

Border Patrol Apprehended 851,000 People In Fiscal Year 2019, Report Says

Border Patrol agents apprehended a record 851,000 people during the fiscal year 2019, which ran between October 1, 2018 and September 30, 2019.

Oct 11 10:45

Wow, talk about corruption! Cost tax payers $75000.00 year per inmate in California... 3 Years After Los Angeles Taxpayers Handed Over 1.2 BILLION for Homeless Housing, Not a Single Unit Has Been Built



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Oct 11 10:23

Trump slams Minnesota for accepting large numbers of Somali refugees before attacking 'American-hating socialist' Ilhan Omar and 'weak and lousy' Mayor Jacob Frey on their home turf in front of 20,000 jeering Republican supporters


Oct 11 10:22

Beware The Study Claiming 70% Of Millennial Women Are ‘Financially Abused’ By A Romantic Partner

This week, multiple outlets – including The Washington Post and The New York Post – ran an article from The Associated Press claiming 70% of millennial women have been “financially abused” by a romantic partner.

Oct 11 10:22

‘South Park’ Trolls China After Country Bans The Show: ‘F*** The Chinese Government’

“South Park” creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker demonstrated this week what people should say when the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) dictates what people can and cannot say on American soil.

Oct 11 10:12

Attackers exploit an iTunes zeroday to install ransomware

Attackers exploited a zeroday vulnerability in Apple's iTunes and iCloud programs to infect Windows computers with ransomware without triggering antivirus protections, researchers from Morphisec reported on Thursday. Apple patched the vulnerability earlier this week.

The vulnerability resided in the Bonjour component that both iTunes and iCloud for Windows relies on, according to a blog post. The bug is known as an unquoted service path, which as its name suggests, happens when a developer forgets to surround a file path with quotation marks. When the bug is in a trusted program—such as one digitally signed by a well-known developer like Apple—attackers can exploit the flaw to make the program execute code that AV protection might otherwise flag as suspicious.

Oct 11 09:22

California Towns Enforcing Curfews During Possible Week Long Power Outage, 1.5 Million Without Power


Oct 11 08:32

The Basics of a Staged Bioterror Attack

By Jon Rappoport

There are future scenarios which, with enough exposure before they’re staged, can be stopped—or at least analyzed correctly when they occur.

A calculated bioterror event is one of those.

The primary fact is: no matter what kind of germ you’re talking about or where it came from, releasing it intentionally does not guarantee predictable results. Far from it...

Oct 11 08:32

Climate change protester bent on delaying flight gets heckled by fellow passengers while a BBC editor on board points out some serious irony

A climate change protester boarded a plane at London City Airport on Thursday morning, but hecklers were neither impressed nor moved by his one-man protest.


Oct 11 08:32

Uganda set to pass 'Kill the Gays' law that will institute the death penalty for homosexuals

The government of Uganda announced this week that it will reintroduce legislation making homosexuality a capital offense, the Daily Mail reported.

Oct 11 08:25

John Rubino – Volatility Rising

Oct 11 08:23

Netanyahu Promises Aid To Kurds. Miss Iraq: That’s Why I Stand With Israel

On Thursday, Sarai Idan, who was Miss Iraq, lauded Israel for its commitment to help the Kurdish people in the face of what Turkish dictator Recip Erdogan’s brutal assault on them. Israeli prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tweeted Thursday morning, “Israel strongly condemns the Turkish invasion of the Kurdish areas in Syria and warns against the ethnic cleansing of the Kurds by Turkey and its proxies. Israel is prepared to extend humanitarian assistance to the gallant Kurdish people.”



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Oct 11 08:23

Warren: Inmates Are ‘Entitled’ To Taxpayer-Funded Transgender Surgery

Democrat presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren claimed on Thursday night that criminals who are locked up in prison are “entitled” to taxpayer-funded gender reassignment surgery while they are in prison.

Oct 11 08:18

A Code Glitch May Have Caused Errors In More Than 100 Published Studies

Scientists in Hawai?i have uncovered a glitch in a piece of code that could have yielded incorrect results in over 100 published studies that cited the original paper.

The glitch caused results of a common chemistry computation to vary depending on the operating system used, causing discrepancies among Mac, Windows, and Linux systems. The researchers published the revelation and a debugged version of the script, which amounts to roughly 1,000 lines of code, on Tuesday in the journal Organic Letters.

“This simple glitch in the original script calls into question the conclusions of a significant number of papers on a wide range of topics in a way that cannot be easily resolved from published information because the operating system is rarely mentioned,” the new paper reads. “Authors who used these scripts should certainly double-check their results and any relevant conclusions using the modified scripts in the [supplementary information].”

Oct 11 08:16

Florida is scooping up huge amounts of data on schoolchildren, including security camera footage and discipline records, and researchers are worried

Aspen Institute researchers are raising concerns about a Florida initiative meant to collect and collate huge swaths of data on schoolchildren, according to a report released Thursday.

Florida schools are now required to collect, store and crunch data on students in the name of predicting a school shooting.

The initiative comes at a time when social media companies and app developers have encountered withering criticism over their collection of children's data and possible violations of students' privacy.

Oct 11 07:59

Gold & Silver in Q3: Beating All Comers

Oct 11 07:19

New plot for second referendum revealed: Tory and Labour Remainers plan to unite to ambush Boris Johnson and force a 'public vote' through Parliament when Commons meets for special Saturday sitting

Opposition MPs and Brexit rebels are planning to ambush Boris Johnson and force him to hold a second referendum on EU membership.

Labour's Hilary Benn said he was looking at ways to get MPs to support a 'people's vote' when the Commons returns for a special Saturday sitting on October 19.

Those behind the plan want a lengthy Brexit extension and a new referendum by the end of March next year – with a general election only following afterwards.

Oct 11 07:18

Revealed: Facebook paid just £28m tax despite £1.6billion earnings in UK and a 50% surge in profits

Facebook has generated a record £1.6billion in British sales and its profits are also up 50 per cent but they only paid £28million in UK corporation tax last year, new figures revealed today.

Mark Zuckerberg's social media behemoth increased its UK revenues by almost a third in 2018 - up around £300million - from £1.3billion.

But profits only increased by £36million to £97million - meaning the Treasury only received £28million in corporation tax - with a £356million research and development bill and a £431million wage and pension bill blamed.

Oct 11 07:11

Trolls for hire: Investigation finds online smear campaigns can be bought for as little as $8 for a post or $1,500 for two week campaign

A new report shows how easily and cheaply trolls can be hired to spread disinformation online.

Researchers created a fictional company and hired the services of two different disinformation providers, one to spread positive stories and social media posts about the company and another to publicly undermine it.

The services range from $8 for social media posts to $1,500 for SEO services that ensure disinformation posts rank higher in searches.

Oct 11 07:06

'Movie Idiocracy is a reality!' Google gets to chug millions of gallons of drinking water from dwindling aquifer to cool servers

Google has been given the go-ahead to pump some 550 million gallons of clean drinking water per year to cool servers at its sprawling data center in South Carolina, sparking outrage and fears the company will deplete the supply.

After months of wrangling over the tech giant’s request, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) gave its approval for the company to draw water from a major aquifer for its data center in Berkeley County, so long as it complies with the terms of the permit, in particular caps on the amount it can use.

While Google insists it strives to “build sustainability” into all of its projects, critics have slammed the move for putting Big Tech ahead of South Carolinians, arguing the aquifer in question is drying up and that its remaining supply should be preserved for residents.

Oct 11 07:04

Tehran confirms Iranian tanker hit by 2 projectiles, says attack resulted in oil spill

Tehran has confirmed that an Iranian-owned oil tanker, the Sinopa, was attacked in the Red Sea, and that the mysterious strike caused an oil spill. The vessel was reportedly hit by two missiles.

Iran’s Foreign Ministry on Friday said that the tanker was “struck twice in half an hour from the eastern side of the Red Sea,” but did not elaborate on the type of missile or munition used in the attack. The incident reportedly occurred 60 miles from the Saudi port of Jeddah.

Oct 11 07:03

Selling soles: $3k for a pair of Nike ‘Jesus Shoes’ with holy water was meant to be satire, but they were all snapped up

They look a lot like a normal pair of sneakers, but they’re not. They’re actually normal sneakers which have been messed around with and then sold for a price that would have even the Catholic Church blushing with embarrassment.

Why in Jesus’ name did the company MSCHF do this at all? They claim they were actually trolling what’s called “collab culture” and gave the example of a collaboration which saw Adidas making shoes with the name of an iced tea company on the side.

So, this is an attempt at satire, with Daniel Greenberg, the head of commerce at MSCHF, saying “we wanted to make a statement about how absurd collab culture has gotten.”

Which is a noble aim, a valuable comment on modern society and capitalism, or at least it would be if they didn’t then go and start selling them for $3,000 each! The only people being trolled here are the idiots buying them, and yes, they did sell out in minutes.

Oct 11 06:59

CUBA SIGNS ECONOMIC DEAL WITH RUSSIA

With Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev’s visit to Cuba amid growing tensions between the hegemon and the small island nation, an energy cooperation plan has been announced, aimed at developing Cuba’s oil and natural gas resources. The Russian Federation will make investments in Cuba’s energy sector to reduce her import dependence and foster energy security.

Oct 11 06:49

Here's the Anti-Joe Biden Ad That Biden's Team Tried To Get Banned from Facebook

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s team isn’t terribly thrilled about a new ad being run by President Donald Trump’s campaign. The Biden campaign got CNN to refuse to run it, though that’s hardly a stunner.

Oct 11 06:49

Meghan McCain Silences Liberal Laughter on 'The View': Trey Gowdy Is 'Good News for Trump, Bad News for Democrats'

The liberal coven that makes up the ABC daytime show on culture and politics gave itself a good cackle Wednesday at the idea that former Rep. Trey Gowdy is joining President Donald Trump’s legal team at the White House.

Oct 11 06:44

BEFORE ASSANGE, SNOWDEN, AND MANNING, THE DEEP STATE TARGETED JOHN LENNON

John Lennon, born 79 years ago on October 9, 1940, was a musical genius and pop cultural icon. He was also a vocal peace protester and anti-war activist and a high-profile example of the lengths to which the Deep State will go to persecute those who dare to challenge its authority.

Oct 11 06:43

Trump Tells Bankrupt UN to Find Money Elsewhere

Facing a massive hole in its budget, the United Nations is implementing “emergency measures” to avoid missing payroll and other obligations before the end of the year.

But Trump was unmoved by the whining. “So make all Member Countries pay, not just the United States!” he fumed on Twitter in his typical style. Prior to that, speaking at the UN in New York City, Trump told “world leaders” last month that the UN needed to ensure that “no member state shoulders a disproportionate share of the burden.”

Oct 11 06:38

IRANIAN OIL TANKER REPORTEDLY STRUCK BY TWO MISSILES OFF SAUDI COAST

"All the responsibility for the act, including the extensive environmental pollution in the region, fall on those behind the dangerous adventure," said a spokesman for Iran's foreign minister.

Oct 11 06:36

First spacewalker Alexei Leonov dies at 85

MOSCOW, October 11. /TASS/. The man who made history by performing the first-ever spacewalk in 1965, Soviet cosmonaut Alexei Leonov, has died in Moscow, his aide Natalya Filimonova told TASS on Friday. Leonov was 85.

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