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Chattti proudly introduces its latest innovation in secure messaging technology, revolutionizing digital communication as we know it. Guided by the visionary leadership of Felix Vakhovsky, Chattti emerges as the ultimate guardian of privacy in today’s interconnected world. With a relentless focus on user privacy and security, Chattti’s personal messenger app offers unparalleled assurance for safeguarding
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The Sundance Film Festival 2024 turned into a dazzling showcase of high-tech and high-profile conversation, thanks to a sensational partnership between Media.com and the Caspian Agency’s IMPACT LOUNGE. This glamorous affair was more than just a meeting of minds; it was a convergence of the latest in technology, media innovation, and a who’s who of thought leaders and influencers
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“The Korean peninsula is dashing toward the cliff of a nuclear war,” says the North Korean government publication Rodong Sinmun.  Here’s why. For 73 years, the goal of North Korea has been to swallow South Korea in a “peaceful reunification.”  On Monday, January 15th, that changed.  Forty-year-old North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un gave a speech
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The Wall Street journal has published a story that may explain many of the mysteries of the war against Hamas in Gaza. The Journal reveals something the Israelis are keeping secret.  The Israeli military has built five water pumps near the coastal Al-Shati refugee camp in Gaza City and has been experimenting with flooding Hamas’ 310
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At 10:52 Wednesday morning, The Wall Street Journal reported new data from the National Center for Health Statistics on suicide in the United States.  The data was shocking. According to the Journal, last year close to 50,000 Americans committed suicide.  That’s the highest level of suicides since 1941. 50,000 is not just a lot of suicides
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We all know what happened Saturday.  Or we think we know. Gaza fired what it said were 5,000 rockets at civilian targets in Israel.  And Hamas fighters infiltrated Israel using a massive bulldozer to tear a hole in the smart fence draped with razor wire that separates Gaza from southern Israel. Over 1,500 invaders streamed through. Some of
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Bursting forth from the idyllic landscapes of Clifton Springs, New York, is the electrifying saga of Zachary Johnson. A saga carved from sheer talent, tenacity, and an unquenchable thirst for excellence. This 2004 Midlakes High School alumnus began his exhilarating odyssey as a three-sport athlete. Today, he’s not only a formidable figure in the combat
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One of the world’s most fabled neighborhoods for the rich and famous is Beverly Hills, the home of Taylor Swift, Jennifer Aniston, Adele, Jack Nicholson, and Eddy Murphy. And in Beverly Hills is one of the most luxurious and expensive shopping areas you have ever seen, Rodeo Drive. But is the allure of Rodeo Drive
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In 1968 Pope Paul VI established a Global Peace Day. A New Year’s Day on which the Pope gives a speech “reflecting the signs of our times.” Wednesday August 9th, the Vatican put out an announcement about the speech the pope will give at next year’s Peace Day, coming up on January 1st, just four months
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The Washington Post ran a headline Wednesday, August 2, saying Donald “Trump has been indicted before. Historians say this time is different.” Why is this time different? From the Democrat point of view, we are at a turning point in American history. The next 458 days, many Democrats feel, will determine whether we have a
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Digital IDs are sweeping the world, but are barely seeping into America.  This American techno-sluggishness has disturbing implications. We Americans have traditionally led the world with our technologies and our infrastructure.  That is no longer the case.  Our roadways and airports make us look like a third world country.  Even our water and sewage systems are
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