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Actor Who Played Jesus in ‘Passion of the Christ’ Reveals ‘Mistakes’ That Made the Movie ‘More Beautiful’

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Actor Jim Caviezel, who described the character he portrayed in “The Passion of the Christ” as “the greatest superhero there ever was,” recently recalled a mistake that made it into the film, but that transformed one scene into something “extraordinary.” Caviezel, who played Jesus in the film, recently talked to Fox Nation host Raymond Arroyo…

 

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Priest Dies of Coronavirus After Giving Up His Respirator to a Stranger in Need

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An Italian priest who was infected with the coronavirus refused to use a respirator that was given to him and instead gave it away to help a stranger also battling the virus. As a result, the Rev. Giuseppe Berardelli, 72, died last week. Fr. Giuseppe Berardelli, a 72-year-old priest who gave a respirator (that his…

 

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Man Accused of Coughing on Store Worker and Claiming To Have Coronavirus Faces Terror Charges

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A New Jersey man accused of deliberately coughing on a grocery store worker and then telling the worker he had coronavirus now faces terror charges. George Falcone, 50, of Freehold, New Jersey, has been charged with third-degree terroristic threats, fourth-degree obstructing administration of law or other governmental function and harassment, according to a news release…

 

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US Congress gives final passage to $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill

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Source: US Congress gives final passage to $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill
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UK Communications Company OneWeb Files for Bankruptcy Over Financial Squeeze

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - UK company OneWeb, which was planning to create a constellation of satellites to provide global internet access, announced that it has filed for bankruptcy in New York after failing to obtain financing amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Source: UK Communications Company OneWeb Files for Bankruptcy Over Financial Squeeze
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Panic Buying Bullion? Raging Coronavirus Pandemic Reportedly Fuels Gold Rush in US

The United States has become the country most affected by the pandemic, with over 104,000 cases along with at least 1,500 deaths.
Source: Panic Buying Bullion? Raging Coronavirus Pandemic Reportedly Fuels Gold Rush in US
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The braking is not bad but not so good.
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Renowed German mathematician and professor of statistics slams dramatization of covid-19

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The media reports daily the new «number of infected», while everyone involved actually knows that they are far too low. The next part of the sentence then deals with "death rates", while everyone involved knows that they are far too high. There is a confusion of terms, and politicians have to make decisions based on highly uncertain assumptions, with serious effects for society. Jens Berger spoke with professor in statistics Gerd Bosbach about definitions, numbers and the lessons that we have not drawn from past crises and hopefully will draw from this crisis in the future. Jens Berger: Last Friday, the German Society for Epidemiology warned that in one hundred days we will have more than a million patients in Germany who will need intensive care. A horror scenario that was immediately picked up by many media, but was clearly put into proper perspective by the epidemiologists a few hours later. This forecast was made on the basis of assumptions that, let's say politely, are not...
Source: Renowed German mathematician and professor of statistics slams dramatization of covid-19
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Two hundred and thirty years of rights and liberties shredded: Why I oppose the lockdown

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Although it was nearly twenty years ago, I can remember 9/11 like it was yesterday. I remember the shock of hearing about the planes crashing into towers, at first believing it was a tragic accident and quickly learning it to be otherwise. I remember being told that 19 hijackers, part of a fundamentalist plot to destroy America, were behind the attacks and that the mastermind was a man in a cave in Afghanistan named Osama bin Laden. As all of America was glued to their television screens, many rushed out to give blood in an effort to at least do something to help one another. George W. Bush's answer for Americans was to go to work and then go out and shop. Americans dutifully complied. But the government's answer, in tandem with mainstream media, was also to be afraid. Very afraid. Americans also complied with this request, perhaps more than any other. In the days and weeks after the initial shock, a college professor informed me about a bill called the PATRIOT ACT that would...
Source: Two hundred and thirty years of rights and liberties shredded: Why I oppose the lockdown
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Coronavirus fears surge as New York chief says city has just ‘days’ of health supplies

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NEW YORK CITY is just days away from running out of key medical equipment being used to fight coronavirus according to a senior public health official.
Source: Coronavirus fears surge as New York chief says city has just ‘days’ of health supplies
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