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    President Joe Biden warned Vladmir Putin to avoid using nuclear weapons as his forces are beaten back in Ukraine or face 'consequences.' In a preview for this Sunday's 60 Minutes, Scott Pelley asked the president what words he would have for his Russian counterpart if he is considering using chemical or tactical nuclear weapons in the Ukraine.  Biden responded: 'Don't. Don't. Don't. You will change the face of war unlike anything since World War II.' When Pelley pushed the president for America's response should Putin cross the line, Biden declined to comment on a specific plan, only saying that the US would act if nuclear weapons are put into play.  'It'll be consequential,' Biden said. '[Russia] will become more of a pariah in the world than they ever have been.  'And depending on the extent of what they do will determine what response would occur.'  President Joe Biden warned Vladimir Putin that Russia would face 'consequences' if they decided to use nuclear or chemical weapons in Ukraine The warning came as Russia suffered yet another defeat by Ukrainian forces backed...
    Scientists base themselves specifically on the study of the skull of a mummy of a pharaoh who died 3300 years ago. Statues, carvings, paintings… Ramses II has been immortalized many times over in history. But this time it is designed with more realism. A team of scientists reconstructed the famous pharaoh’s face at age 45 and at the end of his life, at 91. France reveals information. The work, led by British forensic anthropologist Caroline Wilkinson of Liverpool John Moores University and Egyptian Sahar Salim, a paleontologist at Cairo University, will be presented at the event. Roots and wingsAired on France 3 on September 28. Skull scan and descriptions Scientists are the first to use a scanner of the skull of Ramses II, who was mummified when he died nearly 3,300 years ago, to reconstruct the face of the man who ruled Egypt from -1279 to -1213. “In Ramesses II, there is a very broad nasal bone. It is very high and very pronounced between the eyes,” says Caroline Wilkinson in the documentary, as Franceinfo reports. “The stronger a muscle...
    Ukrainian troops in defensive positions. Location unstated, but looks like Donbas. Today was rough, with too many gruesome pictures of dead civilians in liberated towns. The United States warned that Russia had kill-lists of people they wanted eradicated once they took control, and apparently it included even small town mayors. In one little settlement, the mayor was murdered along with her son and husband—the latter tossed into a sewer to bloat and decompose. It’s always dangerous to dehumanize an enemy, but you really do have to wonder what kind of people would report to this wanton cruelty. They didn’t even carry off their own dead, like the paratroopers rotting in Hostomel from the first days of the war. It’s unfathomable. Carting off war loot was more important to them. NASA FIRMS satellite imagery shows a near-continuous line of fire from Kharkiv, in northeastern Ukraine, all the way down the Donbas front lines, to Mariupol in the southeast. There’s also a curious amount of fire north of Russian-held Melitopol, but if there’s combat happening there, it’s not being reported by anyone. On...
    LONDON -- Buckingham Palace says Queen Elizabeth II will meet U.S. President Joe Biden at Windsor Castle during his visit to the U.K. to attend the Group of Seven leaders' summit next week.The monarch will host the president and first lady Jill Biden on the final day of the June 11-13 summit taking place in Cornwall, England, the palace said Thursday.The leaders of the wealthy industrialized nations are holding their first face-to-face meeting in more than two years.Host nation Britain is keen to show that the rich countries' club still has clout in a fast-changing world. It also hopes to use the U.K.'s G-7 presidency this year to help forge a post-Brexit "Global Britain" role for the country.The video in the media player above was used in a previous report.
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    The Queen attends a ceremony to mark the centenary of the burial of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey. Aaron Chown/Pool Photo via AP Queen Elizabeth II has made her first public appearance in a face mask while visiting the grave of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey in London to mark the centenary since his burial. The mask was black with white edges and may have been made by Angela Kelly, who often designs the Queen's outfits but Buckingham Palace has not commented, according to Sky News. The Queen has also been advised against attending another service at Westminster Abbey for Armistice Day, which will take place on November 11, the BBC reported. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Queen has made her first public appearance in a face mask while visiting the grave of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey, London to mark the centenary of his burial. Face coverings are required by law in England in places of worship and the brief service was attended by only a few after royal doctors advised limiting...
    By Pan Pylas | Associated Press LONDON — Queen Elizabeth II donned a face mask in public for the first time during the coronavirus pandemic when attending a brief ceremony at Westminster Abbey last week to mark the centenary of the burial of the Unknown Warrior. While the 94-year-old has been seen in public on several occasions over the past few months, she had not been pictured wearing a face covering until now. On Wednesday, during her first public engagement in London since March, she wore a black mask that was edged with white. Pictures of the ceremony were officially released late Saturday. “It was wonderful to see Her Majesty in such good spirits and good health,” Dr. David Hoyle, the Dean of Westminster, said after the service. “We talked about the centenary and the life of the abbey. This is the place where she was married and she’s conscious of those associations.” The brief service was attended by just the dean and the queen’s equerry, Lieutenant Colonel Nana Kofi Twumasi-Ankrah. The queen left a bouquet of orchids and myrtle,...
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