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        Hi everyone !
      • Our replication mirror started to fail with a weird query, I wanted to know if it's just us and our setup or not
      • (trying to upload the query but it is failing at the moment)
      • the error "ERROR:  index row requires 27120 bytes, maximum size is 8191"
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        mayhem: any solutions for the "background_tasks" issues?
      • is someone working on LB-1558? seems interesting
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        LB-1558: user similarity stats on user pages https://tickets.metabrainz.org/browse/LB-1558
      • huhridge
        any pointers on how i should start?
      • monkey
        huhridge: hi! There are some database update scripts in the admin/sql/updates folder that you'll need to run
      • Refer to the docs for how to run said scripts
      • huhridge
        monkey: okay thanks!
      • monkey
        (Sorry, having computer problems so can't send links)
      • huhridge
        no worries, i'll looki into ti
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      • monkey: i should just run that sql script in the docker bash right?
      • mayhem
      • monkey
        Yes, you should have access to the psql command once in the container in bash
      • mayhem
        huhridge: sorry I dropped off during the weekend. what can I help you with now?
      • huhridge
        monkey: should i use ./develop.sh bash or ./develop.sh psql?
      • mayhem: just the background tasks issue
      • mayhem
        please save me from having to read the whole backscroll, plz summarize what you are asking.
      • huhridge
        it's fine, monkey
      • is looking into it
      • sorry for bothering you
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      • monkey: should i run "\i /code/listenbrainz/admin/sql/updates/2024-03-18-add-background-tasks.sql" in the psql shell that is opened afer running ./develop.sh psql?
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      • it worked! thank you
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        Hi ! Our replication mirror started to fail with a weird query, I wanted to know if it's just us and our setup or not
      • the error "ERROR: index row requires 27120 bytes, maximum size is 8191"
      • (I'm trying with a different IRC client to see if I can upload the query this time ^^)
      • mayhem
        hi loto. maybe yvanzo, reosarevok or bitmap can help you with this.
      • loto
      • lolù
      • ```
      • Mon Apr 8 09:00:01 2024 : Continuing a previously aborted load
      • Mon Apr 8 09:00:01 2024 : Processing replication changes
      • XIDs Stmts est% XIDs/sec Stmt/sec
      • 0 0 0% 0 0Failed query:
      • 'UPDATE musicbrainz.track SET last_updated = ?, name = ? WHERE id = ?'
      • (2024-04-08 06:00:13.948197+00 Although I hate it when titles look like this, And Much Prefer Them Like This, I wont capitalize every word as its incredibly annoying to do with titles this long. Anyways though, this is another overly long lo-bit (low-bit) 8kbps wall thats very long with a long title that nobody will bother to listen to nor read, yet I feel some bizarre drive to make, when in reality, I would rather be
      • watching anime or playing a game (the game) instead (also, lol, how many tracks have I made with that theme?). Honestly though, isn't it annoying when like, you want to relax and do something, but your mind is just too dead or stressed to do it? It happens far too often and drives me insane. Also, I forgot that I wanted this title to just be nonsense and not one of these "noise diaries". Does it really matter though? I feel only a
      • few will read titles like this, probably just Antimatter Prism, since they like absurdly long titles as well. Maybe I should revive an old split idea I had with a friend where we were using like, entire book PDFs as titles, but my titles were so incredibly long that I kept having problems where stuff would literally just crash (and you thought these song titles were long, lol). At least the songs now are [i]also[/i] (lol, how else
      • to italicize words in titles?) super long too, and not like, a four paragraph title for a second long track (which is honestly funnier though, maybe this should've been one of those 0:00 tracks, which btw, got me featured in a book lol). Also yes, paragraph break(core) in the title, fuck it, I make the rules. But now I'm questioning if it should have one wall of text, but I also like how this can't be formatted properly on Discogs
      • so its funny, reminds me of my old 11:30 PM Single That Did This Title Was (With This Formatting): x11 seconds long xOnly the 11h sound in a pack used “Kick 11” xOnly the 11th effect used in its respective category X22.11 BPM x3/4 (With rounding out the decimal,3/4 = square root of 11 x11th instruments used in their respective categories xEach sound appears 11 times It Was On Vziels Multiple Elevens Label And I Remember Them
      • Handling It By Adding <br> In The Title (Are Those, [i]Surrogate Sigma (Males)[/i]? -- BTW I'm Ignoring What A Sigma Is, I Just Wanted To Make That Joke To Their Alias <or><br><brof</br></br></br><br><br><br>f</br></br></br><br><br><brof</br></br></ br><br><br><brof</br></br></br><br><br><brf</br></br></br> Breaking Discogs Or Something And Having To Use Surrogate < > To Not Break The Website Or Whatever (I Honestly Thought They
      • Disabled Users From Having Code Access Though, Apparently Aphex Twin's [iJAMi-*=—a > Diln]l > Fjiln—1]+Fexti [q-7]][/i] Used To Look Accurate On There; But Yet Venetian Snare's [i]printf<"shiver in eternal darkness/n">[/i]; Breaks Discogs (With The Thumbnail Just Showing Broken Text Saying "; — Venetian Snares" href="/master/536243-Venetian-Snares-printf" class="thumbnail_link thumbnail_size_small thumbnail_orientation_
      • landscape thumbnail-lazyload " > printf<; — Venetian Snares" />"); Also, Wow, I Slipped Into Capitalizing Every Word Without Realizing It. This title though is still a rambling noise diary, textual sooken word some (nobody) may say, but I like that concept already. Also, I'm not going to proofread any of this either, its more "punk rock" that way; aka, its more lazy noise shitposty that way. Also, whenever I do these long titles
      • full of little jokes and what not the game lol I always remember Copper Pancake Calcification, I really need to find time as I've actually been [b]really[/b] been wanting to do another game like that, but like, longer than five minutes (lol writing out all the numbers so its longer, ninety-nine billion eighty-seven million one-hundred thousand thirty-three thousand eight hundred sixty-nine); I actually had a pretty funny game
      • started many years ago, I still wonder if I should just release it unfinished as I know l'Il never finish it (especially with how old it is). Speaking of which, those games I made/was making, were quite rambly as well, literally no thought or planning was put into them, was just pure improv(isation) written on the spot; "stream of consciousness is way more fun than planning" -every jazz artist ever. Its a few minutes away from 1AM
      • now (should I be saying "one'o'clock in da (the) morning so its longer?), and I'm just up writing this long dumb title that nearly everyone is going to "tl;dr", or give up once they realize how long it actually is. I think I'll make it longer and just copy and paste random articles that come up on Google when I search random words on the news tab, lets do that so it becomes all spamwavy gravy futanari baby gravy (but I also don't
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        want to see cringe inducing "articles" by "journalists" on things that I like, so sorry, no "funny" news searches like lolicon and futanari jizz). I'm just going to chop up the text randomly too -- I also wont bother reading the articles (I'm now someone on Facebook who loves fakenews!), fuck it. Monday through Saturday. "We are so humbled by all the interest in purchasing items from the restaurant to keep the memories alive," the
      • online post reads. "Stop in and let us know what you would like and we can discuss pricing and pick-up dates." William and Josephine Saks established Willy Joe's in 1945 at 15th and Liberty streets in Allentown. As many as 130 sub-lineages of the Omicron variant have been detected in China in the past three months The directives urged momentum offered by the pandemic battle, this approach can be used “in the future to monitor
      • chronic diseases, exposure to environmental contaminants, and even health issues arising from climate change”, she said. local governments to test waste water from households flowing into water treatment plants, as China prepares for management of the disease to be downgraded from class A to Class B on Sunday in a transition from zero-Covid to living with the virus. Zhang Tong, chair professor of the civil engineering department
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        at the University of Hong Kong, said some work had already been carried out in several mainland Chinese cities. Zhang had led the testing method for the 2020 pilot scheme for sewage surveillance in Hong Kong - one of the early adopters of the technique. He said the city’s government departments and research institutes had been “in close contact” with their counterparts in the mainland. “The related technologies are very
      • mature, especially [those related to] sampling and detection,” he said, adding that sampling devices installed for pollutants could be easily modified to test viruses. Pilot schemes in major cities “could help develop technical specifications and standards and form a database,” said Zhang Han, a professor at Shenzhen University, whose company uses automated machines to collect daily sewage samples for three districts in the
      • southern city. Related research and tests have been carried out in some cities, he added. However, their actual scope remains uncertain, as no official plans or budget have been released. While previous sewage testing trials focused on evaluating the size of outbreaks, the latest directive said authorities should also monitor “changes in virus genomic sequence” to identify potential variants - a matter of major concern as Covid
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        surges across the country following the abrupt lifting of pandemic restrictions last month. As many as 130 sub-lineages of the Omicron variant have been detected in China in the past three months, health officials said, adding that mutations will continue as the disease spreads. “With China’s reopening, it would not be surprising to see the concurrent rise of multiple prevailing Omicron sublineages,” said Janelle Thompson,
      • associate professor of water quality and extremophile biotechnology at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University. China will also open its borders and drop all inbound quarantine measures on Sunday, shedding the last of its zero-Covid rules after almost three years. Scientists expect the new strains to be more transmissible and forecast additional waves of infections, as reinfection has been common around the world. “If new
      • variants emerge with heightened risk profiles, waste water can allow surveillance [workers] to zero-in on the dynamics and distribution of that particular variant of concern, enabling a more targeted public health response,” Thompson said. Tests specific to the variant of concern or sequencing can run in parallel to the regular detection tests, she added. Sewage data can show infections earlier than clinical data from test
      • results as there is usually a delay between getting infected and symptoms showing and when the individual seeks to get tested, according to Aparna Keshaviah, principal researcher focusing on waste water-based epidemiology at Mathematica, a US-based research institute. “[Sewage testing] not only gives officials a feedback loop to assess whether containment measures are working, but can help officials target limited resources to
      • areas that need them most,” Keshaviah representatives say they face significant challenges. BISMARCK — North Dakota’s plan for closing gaps in psychiatric care relies partly on ensuring rural hospitals can take in patients suffering from a mental health crisis so they can be stabilized and transferred for treatment. The lack of behavioral health professionals and chronic staffing shortages plaguing rural hospitals, however,
      • will make the state's plan that much more difficult. There are other problems as well, ineed those specialty services.” A crisis center serving as a “one stop shop” could help rural hospitals handle mental health emergency cases, including assistance in finding a transfer bed sex offender for life. Restitution is still being determined. Harris is from Naperville. He pleaded guilty to the charges in February. Prosecutors asked
      • for a Over 90 pumping or sewage treatment plants were covered in the citywide drive, according to Professor Zhang at Shenzhen University. “This is currently the only way available to collect citywide data on infections [after the lifting of Covid curbs],” he said. “Without the standards [released in March], we could neither determine positive or negative cases, nor conduct quantitative analysis [of waste water] accurately,”
      • he said. There was little academic research and the technique was immature before then, he added. But he expected updates as that notice did not include steps to analyse variants. Similar progress was unheard of in lower tier provinces like Jiangsu and Anhui, according to the operations manager of a water service company serving the region. “I have not received any notice to start a similar kind of work,” he said. “This kind
      • of service has to be purchased by the local government or led by the disease control department; small cities like ours lack similar policies, capital and human resources,” said a departmental deputy manager at Zhejiang Quzhou Water Industry Group in eastern China. “It would be more difficult for third- or fourth- tier cities to start projects like this,” said the manager, who asked to be identified only by the family name He
      • due to the sensitivity of the matter. Over 70 countries living with Covid-19 have been surveying their sewage for coronavirus, according to the COVIDPoops19 Project - a round-up by US-based researchers of global coronavirus waste water surveillance efforts. The United States, Singapore and the Netherlands are among nations that have incorporated sewage surveillance into their Covid-19 The Lehigh Street location opened in the 1970s
      • at a former Pizza Hut building, and the Wursta family purchased it from Bob Saks, one of William and Josephine's sons, in the early 1980s, co-owner Matt Wursta said. "It was a very difficult decision," Wursta told WFMZ in February. "My family grew up here, and we couldn't have done any of it without our customers. They've been wonderful, and they'll be missed. We're all having a hard time coming to grips with it, but it's just the
      • right time." Wursta said he is retiring from the business, but other factors played into the decision to close the Lehigh Street location, including difficulty finding workers and slower business in recent years. "It's a pretty tough business climate," he said. "Merchants Square Mall is closing, and there's not much in the South Side of Allentown anymore. [Business] isn't what it used to be. Everybody's been affected by Altru
      • Health in Willy Joe's, an iconic hot dog shop established in 1945, is planning to close its location at 2407 Lehigh St. on April 22, the business' owners announced on Monday. The restaurant will continue to operate 15 year-prison sentence. said. China first started looking at sewage monitoring after the National Health Commission published guidelines last March on tracking waste water for the spread of the coronavirus. Although the
      • authorities did not set out national policies immediately, the guidelines had significant implications, as they laid out in detail the steps, ingredients and machines involved. The guidelines sparked a Kunzler Black Forest Sliced Bacon Kunzler's Black Forest Sliced Bacon has ingredients in it that seem not only unnecessary but also unhealthy, with additives such as gelatin, corn starch, and caramel coloring. Corn starch, which is a
      • refined carbohydrate often used as a thickening agent, is known few attempts on the local level. Haidian district of Beijing, for instance, arranged to test 50 sewage treatment plants weekly in August. The southern city of would not guarantee a fully comprehensive data set. Experts have highlighted challenges in data interpretation as domestic waste water, rainwater, and treated industrial waste water could be discharged into the
      • same ageing pipeline system in China, according to research conducted by Fuzhou University. Hundreds of millions of people living in rural areas without access to networked sanitation services might also go under-represented, noted Keshaviah. However, if authorities are able to grab the From green to peppermint to ginger,, cheesesteaks and "S.O.B." sandwiches is nearing its end in Allentown. belong in an ER,” she said. benefits; "
      • It can boost metabolism, increasing the rate at which the body burns calories," Richards goes on. Then there's the fact that this tea could even help promote healthier blood sugar levels. "It may help to improve insulin sensitivity, which is essential for regulating blood sugar levels and preventing weight gain," she says. Yerba mate, like many other teas, also offers up anti-inflammatory properties, which is fantastic for your
      • overall health and can make a major difference in your ability to lose weight faster. It's worth noting, however, that while all of these things can help you on your weight loss journey, drinking tea alone likely won't be enough to reach your goals. "A healthy diet and regular exercise are still essential for long-term weight management," Richards stresses, concluding that "as with any dietary supplement, it's important to talk to
      • your doctor before adding mate tea to your diet, especially if you have any underlying health conditions or take medication." Noted! The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation has fined a seafood processing plant in Bristol Bay $467,469 for violations dating back to 2017 that include discharging millions of pounds more fish waste into the Naknek River than they were allowed to dump. The Silver Bay Seafoods plant on the
      • Naknek River also allowed a vessel in 2021 to dump bloody wastewater from the catch into waters near the dock, violating state requirements, according to a 37-page consent agreement signed Monday by the company and Alaska officials. Silver Bay Seafoods, operating several seafood processing facilities in Alaska, has taken steps to correct the problem, a company spokeswoman said. “Silver Bay Seafoods voluntarily implemented
      • corrective actions before the settlement was finalized,” said Abby Fredrick, a spokeswoman with the company. “We are confident those measures will ensure compliance for this season and beyond.” The plant is located about 300 miles southwest of Anchorage. It’s about 5 miles upstream from the mouth of the Naknek River. The company has been permitted by the state to dump 10 million pounds of fish into the river, through an
      • outfall line, after it’s ground into tiny pieces. But too much waste can hurt the river system, the agency said in a statement Wednesday. The penalty comes just as another massive salmon fishing season is expected to soon heat up soon in Bristol Bay. Fishermen and processors are getting ready for possible record-setting run of 75 million sockeye salmon, the state said. The fine appears to be the largest ever issued by the Alaska
      • Division of Water, which includes past violations by the oil and gas and mining industries, said Randy Bates, director of the division.Christenson was among hospital representatives who recently provided feedback to a consultant’s recommendations for improving behavioral health services across the state, including a modern, new State Hospital in Jamestown. The input will be presented to an interim legislative committee that is
      • studying the states’ mental health system and is expected to make recommendations in the upcoming session, which convenes in January. North Dakota’s 37 critical access hospitals, which serve rural communities, would benefit from having a defined set of procedures for dealing with mental health crisis cases, Christenson said. “It should be much more uniform, I think, the process,” he said. Shari Saxerud, care coordinator at
      • Hormel Black Label Bacon Hormel's Black Label Bacon may be delicious, but its low-quality ingredients leave much to be desired. It's made with additives sodium erythorbate and sodium nitrite, and it also contains dextrose. Another name for corn sugar, dextrose is an added sugar that is commonly used as a sweetener or preservative and is known for its high glycemic index. When added sugars like dextrose are consumed in excess
      • amounts, they have the potential to cause weight gain, heart disease, and other chronic diseases. RELATED: 10 Cheese Brands That Use the Lowest Quality Ingredients 5 for being high in calories and carbohydrates, and low in vitamins and nutrients. Common$pirit in Lisbon, said it takes hours on the phone to find a psychiatric hospital bed for a patient, a comment echoed by many providers and law- enforcement officials around the
      • state. “It is very hard to find a bed for adults and pediatrics,” she said. Then, even when the patient has insurance, sometimes the bed is unaffordable, Saxerud added. The rape trial of “That 70s Show” star Danny Masterson is being rebooted for April 17, when selection of a fresh jury - and the likely introduction of new witnesses - is set to begin. Transporting patients to a medical center with an available psychiatric
      • bed is also a problem, she said. Law-enforcement officials commonly are called upon to transport patients in marked squad cars — a practice that inaccurately implies the patient with mental illness is a criminal, mental health advocates have complained. Ensuring one-on-one care for unstable psychiatric patients is difficult for critical access hospitals, which lack specialty staff and whose staff members are stretched thin, said
      • Mike Delfs, chief executive officer of Jamestown Regional Medical Center. “I think that’s a huge challenge,” he said, adding that rural hospitals must at the same time care for their medical patients. Minnesota experimented with so-called “micro hospitals” to treat psychiatric patients in community hospitals, but the effort quickly proved unworkable, largely because of staffing problems, Delfs said. “This is overall, to
      • the best of our knowledge, the highest penalty assessed to a permit holder,” Bates said in an interview. Silver Bay knowingly disregarded the state’s permit terms, Bates said. Bates said the size of the fine is based on a calculation under there are a range of teas to choose from that are both delicious and great for your overall health. Tea has been used to help promote a healthier body and brain since ancient times—and as
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        it turns out, there’s one South American variety that’s packed with properties that could help bring you one step closer to your weight loss goals. If you haven’t heard about the health benefits of yerba mate yet, we’re here to give you a rundown with some expert insight. To learn about why this highly caffeinated tea could be the weight loss-friendly beverage you've been looking for, we spoke to nutritionist Lisa Richards,
      • creator of The Candida Diet. She told us that anti-inflammatory yerba mate can work to suppress appetite, boost metabolism, and more. Find all of her insight below! stop in for a "final fix." Restaurant hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. continue to present as crisis cases in emergency rooms, where staff often give first priority to patients with medical emergencies, such as heart attacks or trauma. “Sometimes mental health and
      • substance use issues get kind of put on the back burner,” Goyne said. “That’s nothing against anybody, that’s what happens in the ER.” Actually, emergency rooms are ill-equipped to handle mental health crises, said Lisa Wilson, director of behavioral health at CHI St. Alexius in Bismarck. “Behavioral health patients do not Grand Forks. monitoring system. for the patient, Sem said. Rural communities in southwestern North
      • Dakota don’t always have the support services needed to keep mental health patients stable, said Karen Goyne of Southwestern District Health Unit in Dickinson. As a result, they ALLENTOWN, Pa. - A longstanding spot for hot dogs the guidelines of the Environmental Protection Agency. Much of it addresses the economic advantage the processor received from the violations over competitors, he said. The penalty is the result of
      • negotiations between the company and the Division of Water, Bates said. Silver Bay Seafoods has grown quickly since opening its first facility in Sitka in 2007. One owner is StarKist, the U.S. canned tuna company, according to Alaska business records. An inspection by the Department of Environmental Conservation in In partnership with UHS, the company that owns Prairie St. John’s in Fargo, Altru has been trying to expand its
      • psychiatric bed capacity from 16 to 48 beds, with additional beds later. But that effort has run into a significant barrier because the partners have been unable to obtain a Medicaid waiver allowing expansion beyond 16 beds — which means the added beds would be ineligible for Medicaid payments, Forkel said. Forkel pleaded with state officials to help eliminate regulatory and financial barriers, but applauded the state’s effort
      • to expand services and close service gaps. “This is an issue that’s only growing,” Forkel said. “We're looking at what we can do to meet this important need.” Rachel Sem, director of nursing at Sakakawea Medical Center in Hazen, compared the need for specialized psychiatric care to the need for COVID." Over the decades, Willy Joe's has been a family-run operation with Wursta's wife and children also helping run the eatery.
      • Wursta's business partner, Richard Hirst, will continue to run the 15th Street location, Wursta said. The restaurants are The data would indicate community infection levels and the dynamic distribution of variants of particular concern, boosting pandemic preparation and the planning of a targeted response, experts said. This came as a task force of the State Council, China’s cabinet, said sewage surveillance in cities with
      • suitable conditions would be started on an “explorative” basis. Local governments should track changes in positive case rates and viral loads, and conduct genomic sequencing as important indicators of new waves and variants, it said. known for their freshly prepared Berks hot dogs, traditionally served with the shop's tangy chili sauce, yellow mustard and crisp onions. In addition to hot dogs, which are also available with
      • American cheese, sauerkraut, pickles and peppers, Willy Joe's offers burgers, cheesesteaks and sandwiches such as pork barbecue, fried chicken and fish. The shop's famous S.O.B. (steak on a burger) sandwich takes everything you love about the restaurant's cheesesteak and piles it on top of a cheeseburger, smothering it in American cheese, chili and steak sauce, onions, pickles and peppers and serving it on a Vallos Bakery Kaiser
      • roll. Other menu highlights include sides such as chili cheese fries, pierogies, onion petals, mac-n-cheese bites and Texas-style chili con carne. The closure of Willy Joe's Lehigh Street location will follow the March 15 of Pete's Hot Dogs on Bethlehem's South Side. Sewage surveillance’ appears on China’s national Covid-19 directives for the first time as last of zero-Covid curbs are lifted 2021 found multiple violations at
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      • the Naknek plant, including fish waste that was not ground into small enough pieces, the agency said in a statement. In 2020, Silver Bay Seafoods illegally dumped about 5 million pounds of fish waste into the Naknek River, exceeding its permitted limit by about 50%, the state said in its statement. The agreement lays out steps Silver Bay must take to prevent similar waste in the future. They include contracting with transport
      • vessels to carry extra waste away from the river, and providing better communication with captains about restrictions against dumping fishing wastewater into the water at the dock. Bates said the penalty should discourage other seafood processors from violating the law. “If you look at Bristol Bay’s record runs, there’s a lot of money being made by fishermen and processors,” Bates said. “I don’t know how this fine
      • compares to the profit lines of companies, but we need them to comply with the conditions of the permits to protect the environment.” North Korea has accused the United States and South Korea of escalating tensions “to the brink of nuclear war” through their joint military drills and promised to respond with “offensive action,” according to state media KCNA. A commentary published by KCNA on Thursday criticised the
      • continuing exercises as “a trigger for driving the situation on the Korean peninsula to the point of explosion.” Attributed to Choe Ju Hyon, an international security analyst, the article added: “The reckless military confrontational hysteria of the US and its followers against the DPRK is driving the situation on the Korean peninsula to an irreversible catastrophe ... to the brink of a nuclear war.” DPRK is the acronym for
      • the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the formal name for North Korea. “Now the international community unanimously hopes that the dark clouds of a nuclear war hanging over the Korean peninsula will be removed as early as possible,” it added. US and South Korean forces have been conducting a series of annual springtime exercises since March, including air and sea drills involving a The commentary singled out the
      • involvement of the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier as aimed at stoking confrontation, saying Pyongyang will respond to the drills by exercising its war deterrence through “offensive action”. “The drills have turned the Korean peninsula into a huge powder magazine which can be detonated any moment,” it added. North Korea views such exercises as a rehearsal for invasion. Pyongyang carried out a record number of weapons tests last
      • year and has been ramping up its military activity in recent weeks. It has unveiled new, smaller nuclear warheads, fired its longest-range intercontinental ballistic missile - the Hwasong 17 - and tested a nuclear-capable underwater drone that is under development. It also fired cruise missiles from a submarine. In a separate KCNA article, Han Tae Song, the permanent representative of North Korea’s diplomatic mission in Geneva,
      • strongly condemned an annual resolution adopted this week by the United Nations Human Rights Council on the country’s rights situation. The resolution, adopted without a vote, included the extension of the mandate of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in North Korea by a year. Han called the resolution an “intolerable act of political provocation and hostility” and “the most heavily politicised document
      • of fraud.” In addition to the taste and the energy boost, this tea may also help you slim down. Richards says there are several benefits to thank for this, starting with the fact that it could help you curb cravings. "It is a natural appetite suppressant, helping to reduce feelings of hunger and prevent overeating," she notes. Mate has also shown potential metabolism-boosting Shenzhen started sewage surveillance at its Shenzhen
      • Bay port in September before extending it to the entire city in December. its location at 446 N. 15th St. in Allentown. In the announcement on the business' Facebook page, the owners thanked customers for their "continued support over the years" while encouraging them to flavor is giving us total fall vibes! Grab your cozy gear and cuddle up w/a bowl of Salted Caramel Brownie Ice Cream. The flavor is a creamy vanilla ice cream
      • combined w/luscious chocolate brownies and a salted caramel swirl. Available in the half gallon and pint sizes. pic.twitter.com/OkllvbyP18 — Blue Bell Ice Cream (@ILoveBlueBell) September 15, 2022 "Ice cream is a favorite dessert throughout the year, no matter what the weather is outside," said Carl Breed, general sales manager for Blue Bell, in a news release. "Our new Salted Caramel Brownie ice cream is the perfect flavor to
      • usher in the cooler temperatures. There are big chunks of soft brownies in every bite. The caramel swirl has a hint of salt, and it complements the chocolate brownies perfectly." Blue Bell also announced their new Strawberry Lemonade ice cream flavor would now be available in stores. The ice cream flavors will be available in half-gallon and pint sizes, according to Blue Bell. Maybe it will be the perfect ice cream to put in a Blue
      • Bell pint-sized koozie, as long as supplies last. The Alpha, Delta, and Omicron variants were detected in sewage around 10 to 14 days before the first positive cases in the country, according to a study published last July by scientists from the University of California San Diego. In March 2021, the European Commission also called all member states to collect samples from water treatment plants to detect and analyse the coronavirus
      • and its variants on a biweekly basis. But simply adopting the method specialty care to handle strokes and other medical emergencies — patients that rural hospitals send to urban medical centers. “They still need those specialty services,” Sem said, adding that telehealth can be helpful. “Mental health is no different. It’s still a specialty. They still nCriminal Justice Center in downtown Los Angeles. Once again, cameras
      • were prohibited from the courtroom and lobbies. Prosecutors are moving forward with a retrial very much despite the result of the original jury’s vote, which leaned heavily toward acquittal in late November. The judge declared a mistrial after asking the jury - deadlocked for days - to reveal their votes on three counts: For count one, it was two guilty and 10 not guilty; for count two, four guilty and eight not guilty; and for
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        count three, five guilty and seven not guilty. To get a conviction, a jury must find Masterson guilty on two counts minimum - California’s statute of limitations does not allow the prosecution of individual sexual assault charges as old as these. Over several weeks of testimony that began in mid-October, three different women told jurors that Masterson raped them at his Los Angeles home in separate - but chillingly similar -
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