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Sweep of arrests hits US neo-Nazi group connected to five murders – The Guardian

| March 9, 2020

A sweep of arrests of a neo-Nazi group in the US has dealt a major blow to an organization associated with at least five murders and raised questions as to whether the extreme far-right movement the group is at the center of has been largely undone by pressure from law enforcement, journalists and anti-fascist activists.

Swatting, a scare tactic on the rise, may see harsher punishment in WA – Crosscut

| March 9, 2020

The desire to get back at a gaming competitor through swatting has had deadly consequences. In 2017, a Wichita police officer shot and killed 28-year-old Andrew Finch after someone falsely reported a hostage situation. The caller had claimed Finch had shot his father in the head and was holding his family at gunpoint

15 Great Things to Do this Weekend in London: 14-15 March – The Resident

| March 9, 2020

The best things to do in London this weekend from an @inthefrow beauty masterclass at Bentalls Kingston to Andy Warhol at Tate Modern Lead image: Ellen Kents staging of Puccinis Madama Butterfly comes to Churchill Theatre Bromley 1 Midcentury Modern, Dulwich15 MarchMidcentury Modern is back at Dulwich College this Sunday 15 March with85 midcentury dealers and modern designers spread across seven rooms.

In Israel, The Rise Of Femtech Piques Investors’ Interest In Women’s Health | Health News – NoCamels – Israeli Innovation News

| March 9, 2020

The global femtech movement is growing, and investors and entrepreneurs are helping this subsector of health tech expand to reach all health issues that affect women. In Israel, femtech is slowly blooming and to date includes 107 companies providing women-focused solutions, according to Start-Up Nation Central (SNC) data. Femtech, short for female technology, is a term used to identify companies that sell and manufacture products and services focused on womens health.

Coronavirus takes toll on religious life as rabbis advise against ritual kissing – The Times of Israel

| March 9, 2020

Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel David Lau on Wednesday said Israelis should avoid touching and kissing mezuzahs affixed to doorframes, as religious figures took steps to avoid the spread of the novel coronavirus via Jewish rites. At a time when we are witnesses to the spread of a serious disease, there is no doubt that one should not kiss or touch the mezuzah at all, Lau wrote in a statement. It is enough for a person to think about it during his entering and exiting.


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