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January 10, 2020 | Via Sky News

Canada Says Evidence Shows Jet was Shot Down by Iranian Missile

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said he has intelligence that indicates a passenger plane that crashed in Iran was shot down. “The evidence indicates that the plane was shot down by an Iranian surface-to-air missile. This may well have been unintentional. Iran denies the reports, with government spokesman Ali Rabiei describing it as a “psychological warfare against Iran”, according to state TV.

January 10, 2020 | Via BBC

Epstein Jail CCTV Erased by ‘Technical Errors’

Surveillance video from disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein’s first suspected suicide attempt was destroyed by accident, prosecutors say. US prosecutors say the jail mistakenly saved footage from the wrong cell. Epstein, a convicted sex offender, first tried to kill himself in July last year, then hanged himself in jail in August while awaiting trial on federal sex-trafficking charges.

January 10, 2020 | Via NBC News

Internal Boeing Messages Show Disdain for Regulators

Boeing on Thursday released hundreds of emails and communications that appear to show employees criticizing the company’s troubled 737 Max jet, which were grounded after two crashes killed 346 people. In a February 2018 message, one employee says that training programs shouldn’t be taken with a grain of salt, and says: “Would you put your family on a MAX simulator trained aircraft? I wouldn’t.”

January 10, 2020 | Via Reuters

Cleric Fears Worse Bloodshed in Iraq as U.S.-Iran Conflict Persists

Iraq’s top Shi’ite Muslim cleric on Friday condemned the U.S.-Iranian military confrontation taking place on Iraqi soil, saying it risked plunging the war-ravaged country and the wider Middle East into deeper conflict. Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani said attacks by both sides inside Iraq this month showed blatant disregard for its sovereignty and its people stood to suffer most from Washington and Tehran’s conflict.

January 10, 2020 | Via The Guardian

Brazilian Supreme Court Rules Netflix Allowed to Show Gay Jesus Film

The president of Brazil’s supreme court has issued an order allowing Netflix to continue showing a satirical film depicting Jesus as a gay man and reaffirmed Brazilians’ right to free speech. “It is not to be assumed that a humorous satire has the magic power to undermine the values ​​of the Christian faith, whose existence goes back more than two thousand years,” supreme court president José Antonio Dias Toffoli wrote in his decision.

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