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Killexams : Moscow Shows Off Seized Western Military Equipment

After the setbacks last year the Russian army wants to show it has recovered

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Killexams : NAACP says Tuberville is ‘laughingstock’ because of military holds No result found, try new keyword!With fiery rhetoric describing U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville of Alabama as a “laughingstock,” the NAACP on Thursday condemned his use of military holds to protest the Pentagon’s new policy on abortions ... Thu, 17 Aug 2023 12:48:00 -0500 en-us text/html Killexams : Covid injections a ‘military project’

Serena Wylde

Pfizer claims products were Department of Defense prototypes

The pharmaceutical industry’s main role in the ‘pandemic’ project has been to provide cover for what is a military bio-terrorism program, it has been claimed.

Sasha Latypova is a former pharma-ceutical research and development executive who has supervised more than sixty clinical trials of new drugs for the industry and understands every step of the regulatory protocols which govern bona fide studies and trials.

In early 2021, however, she observed that the strong safety surveillance signals of the new injectables being registered in the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) were not triggering the automatic stop and recall mechanism, and the relevant regulatory bodies were showing no concern. This led her to conclude that there was malicious intent. From then on, she set about examining minutely every aspect of the development, procurement, and manufacturing processes of the ‘vaccines’ being rolled out en masse, through Freedom of Information (FOI) requests.

To illustrate her point, she explains that in January of 2021, an unusual number of allergic reactions were flagged up in California, following the administration of the Moderna product. In any normal safety surveillance system, lots are tracked by their numbers, and if a clustering of problems or deaths occurs with certain batches, these are immediately recalled for analysis. This is automatic and is done by the manufacturers, in the same way as for car parts or food products.

Instead, in this instance, the lots in question were simply distributed more widely, causing sixty-five deaths and three thousand serious adverse events. Latypova explains that once a safety signal is flagged up and no recall action is forthcoming, law enforcement is normally triggered and prosecution of those responsible follows.

She emphasizes, however, that we are not dealing with straightforward pharmaceutical corruption. The fraud which confronts us is all-encompassing because at its center is the government, through the Department of Defense (DoD), with the complicity of the pharmaceutical industry.

The pharmaceutical industry’s main role in the project has been to provide cover for what is a military bioterrorism program. They went through the motions of conducting animal studies and clinical trials of the ‘covid-19 vaccines’, and of submitting applications for drug approval to the corresponding regulators in each jurisdiction.

All this was entirely for the benefit of the public because regulators of medicines and medical devices have no authority over the distribution of these injectibles, which are classed as military ‘counter-measures’. They are passed off as pharmaceutical vaccines because no one would take a substance from a vial with a DoD label marked ‘prototype’. According to Latypova, they are also described in government documents as dual-use (military and civilian) biological weapons. Latypova explains that the entire logistical operation of development, procurement, production, and distribution is run by the U.S. DoD. They farm out the manufacturing to hundreds of separate military contractors all over the world, and there are dozens of production steps, each implemented by a facility that fulfills a single process in the chain.

Substances are shipped internationally from one place to another, where workers have no idea what the materials they receive contain. They are simply instructed to mix them and ship the product to the next location. So the normal requisites of quality control procedures which take place at a plant at the various stages of production, to test for contaminants and ensure consistency, as well as the in-spections to certify good manufacturing practices, are completely absent.

Largely inexperienced operatives, untrained in the proper procedures for the manufacture of pharmaceutical products pose little threat of whistle-blowing. It is a compartmentalized operation under military control. The result is billions of vials of biological materials of unknown composition all over the world. Some may be blanks; some may be extremely toxic.

Once we correct the false assumption that the injectables are pharmaceuticals regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and by the corresponding regulators of health products in other countries, some pieces of the puzzle start falling into place. We cease wondering why the ‘safe and effective’ mantra is robotically repeated by those supposedly responsible for regulating and monitoring drug safety, in the face of overwhelming evidence of harm. It is because the approval process was a sham and the regulators have no power over the product.

European Medicines Agency (EMA) email communications examined by Latypova revealed that their reviewers raised 140 objections against Conditional Marketing Approval. She explains that ten to fifteen objections would ordinarily be sufficient to halt an approval. Notwithstanding, a fortnight later, the products were shipped internationally, breaking every rule.

On the one hand, the injectables are being sold to the public as ‘health products’, while in fact being placed in a completely different category, referred to in the documentation as ‘prototypes’ or ‘counter-measures’. The mechanism allows the Pentagon to hide whatever it is doing in total secrecy and avoid any federal accounting rules. This is significant because the DoD has an annual budget in excess of $800 billion, enabling it to extend its tentacles around the world in ‘black box’ conditions - untraceable and unaccountable.

Latypova has teamed up with legal researcher Katherine Watt to share her documented evidence, as has Brook Jackson who brought a case in January 2021 against Pfizer and others under the False Claims Act, for falsifying statements and manipulating data, in breach of their own protocol and federal regulations.

Pfizer, in April 2022, moved to have the case dismissed on the basis the products were not vaccines but DoD prototypes, and they were never obligated to prove safety or efficacy. In October 2022, the U.S. government filed a statement of interest in support of Pfizer’s motion to dismiss, thus endorsing this characterization.

Katherine Watt is working to assemble the package of evidence of manufacturing and distribution crimes perpetrated by the military, and clinical-trial fraud crimes perpetrated by Pfizer, to build cases through the few remaining channels of civil access points.

From the civil cases, she hopes to create a bridge to criminal cases based on laws prohibiting chemical and bioterrorism, with the ultimate aim of progressing to treason charges against the members of Congress, Presidents, and Cabinet Secretaries responsible for enabling the illegitimate moves which have led to what Latypova describes as: ‘the best-documented atrocity, as far as deaths and injuries are concerned, in human history.’


U.S. Military Runs COVID Vaccines

American Domestic Bioterrorism Program by Katherine Watt

The Brook Jackson case against Pfizer

9/11 and the COVID Hoax in the Transition to Governance by “Emergency Measures”

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Killexams : Information Warfare: The Russian List of Unfriendly Countries

August 21, 2023: Russia recently added longtime neighbor Norway to the Russian list of Unfriendly States. The addition of ancient friendly neighbor Norway increases the number of official Unfriendly States to 49. Most nations on the list wonder why they are considered unfriendly to Russia, despite years, or even centuries, of friendly relations. The only nation on the list that has a reason to be unfriendly to Russia is Ukraine. Russia invaded Ukraine in early 2022, in an effort to absorb Ukraine into Russia. Ukraine prefers to remain independent and points out that, as a member of the UN, Russia agreed, in writing, to respect the independence of other UN members. There are over a dozen other nations on the unfriendly list that used to be part of one Russian empire or another. Russia thinks of these nations as unfriendly just because they openly oppose becoming part of Russia.

Ukrainians are less surprised about Russia invading them. Ukrainians have been fighting foreign domination for about 1,500 years, ever since the first “Ukrainians” appeared. If you define a nationality as a collection of people with common language and cultural customs then that also defines why Ukrainians feel independent of Russia. The Russians disagree, in part because Ukrainians showed up at the same time a unified Russia appeared. Russia was willing and able to expand more rapidly than Ukraine so that today there are six times more people speaking Russian than Ukrainian. Forcing others to adopt your language is a common tool for linguistic expansion. Ukrainians had much less ambition for imperial expansion. This means that the continued existence of the Ukrainian language and nationalism is something of an achievement, one that Russia hoped to eliminate with a successful invasion of Ukraine in 2022.

What is now known as Ukraine evolved from a number of Slavic tribes speaking a common language (proto-Ukrainian) who united after Swedish Vikings traded and raided into what is now Russia via major rivers like the Neva and Vistula, both of which allowed Viking longboats to travel deep into Russia. The earliest of these Nordic raiders were known back then as the Rus (old Norse for “rowers”) and Rus eventually became Russians. This began 1,200 years ago when the Rus captured Kiev and used it as the center of a Rus kingdom that came to include Kiev, portions of modern Belarus and Russia. This was the first Russian state, and after about a century, Swedish influence declined and was replaced by Slavic customs. The locals maintained some Nordic words and customs for centuries after that. The Kievan Rus empire was composed of many distinct Slavic tribes that all recognized the city of Kiev (to northern Slavs) or Kyiv (to the southeastern and southern Slavs) as the cultural and commercial capital of this empire that lasted about three centuries.

Russian and Ukrainians differ on the importance of the Kievan Rus empire. Russia sees it as the cultural source of Russian/Ukrainian culture which Russia came to dominate. Ukrainian see the Kievan Rus empire as the origin of modern Ukraine. Russia evolved differently after the devastating Golden Horde (Mongol) invasion in the early 1200s shattered the unity provided by the Kievan Rus. After the Mongols were gone there were separate efforts to reunify what had become two separate states - Russia and Ukraine. In the north a more successful effort was aided by the dominance of Eastern Orthodox Christianity while Ukraine always had a large number of Roman Catholics as well.

Russians concentrated on achieving access to the sea, in this case the Baltic Sea. The Ukrainians had to fight various groups of Mongols, Turks and even Italian colonies to gain access to the Black Sea. Mongol power was slowly diminished by local Russian, Lithuanian and Ukrainian princes, who ruled small principalities that sometimes fought as allies of the Mongols. By 1400 Mongol power was in decline and Ukraine and Belarus were a major component of the Polish-Lithuanian confederation, which defeated the Golden Horde as well as Germans advancing from the west. While powerful, the Polish-Lithuanian empire was surrounded by enemies and subject to frequent internal conflicts.

Ukrainian history also honors the Ukrainian Cossacks, a frontier mounted militia that first appeared in the 1500s to protect southern borders from Turkic Kazaks and Tatars. The term Cossack came from an ancient Slavic work kozak, which meant a free man or adventurer. The need for kozaks arose when Ukraine established claims on lands in the south and southeast of what is now Ukraine but then was largely controlled by small numbers of mounted Tatars and Kazars. In return for official recognition and support (of individual land claims), bands of Cossacks emerged. Initially anyone could join, including Turks, as long as they swore allegiance to Ukraine and the elected leader (hetman) of each Cossack group (“host”). Sometimes the Polish nobles tried to renege on their promise of land title, and that led to the Cossack reputation for often being rebels, and effective ones on their own land. This led to a Ukrainian hetman Bohdan Khmelnytsky leading a rebellion against oppressive Polish nobles that led to brief (1649-1657) independence from Polish control.

Polish and Lithuanian power was reduced in the 1700s by wars with a unified Russian kingdom (tsardom), persistent German attacks from the west and growing Turkish power in the south. Emerging in the early 1300s, the Ottoman Turks conquered Constantinople (Istanbul) in 1452, ending the Byzantine (Eastern Roman) empire and giving the Ottomans control over access to the Black Sea from the Mediterranean. That control lasted until 1922, when an international treaty established limits on Turkish control over access to the Black Sea. In Russia, access to the sea (the Baltic Sea) was achieved in 1709.

The first (in 1547) tsar of Russia, Ivan Grozny, is known in the west as Ivan the Terrible. In Russian, "Grozny" means fearsome, menacing or, to many Russians, “dreaded”. Tsar Ivan spent most of his 37 years in power leading his armies against various enemies, as well as reforming the Russian government. He was largely successful against Turkic enemies that occupied what is now much of southern Russia and Ukraine. Ivan was ruthless and went full Grozny against his Turkic foes. Then he sought to take Livonia (Latvia and Estonia) to provide landlocked Russia with access to the Baltic Sea. At first Ivan was successful, but Poland and Sweden intervened and turned Russia back into a landlocked empire until 1709 when tsar Peter the Great finally defeated the Swedes and created his new city on the Baltic, Saint Petersburg, which became the new Russian capital. Earlier (1686) Russia gained control of much of modern Ukraine, including Kyiv, via a treaty with Poland and Lithuania that was mainly about joint operations against the Turks. That campaign lasted until 1774 when Russia took over and the Ottomans renounced their claims to the Crimean Peninsula and a long-alliance with the Turkic Tatars. Earlier the Tatars had allied themselves with the Golden Horde and had long been a problem for Ukrainians. In some respects that is still true because the current Russian claim on Crimea traces back to their victory over the Ottomans and Tatars in 1774.

The Cossacks largely disappeared during the two world wars because they were seen as fighting for Nazis (against Russians) or for the Tsar (against rebels in general and communists in particular). Some fought for the Russians during World War II but after that they were outlawed everywhere. After the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991 some Cossack groups reformed, pledging to serve the new Russian government. Some of these fought against Ukrainians in the Donbas.

In the 1800s nationalism became a major movement in Europe, with ethnic components of empires and large countries demanding independence. Russia had more of these independence movements than anyone else and Ukrainians demanded autonomy within the Russian empire. During World War I (1914-18) the Russian empire began to fall apart, and by the end of the first World War a civil war was underway in Russia that enabled the Ukrainians to declare independence in 1917 as the UNR (Ukrainian National Republic). Ukraine was a major battlefield for the civil war which the communists (Bolsheviks) won. Sensing that, the UNR allied itself with Poland and because of that Ukraine lost some territory as most of Ukraine became part of Soviet Russia.

During World War II many Ukrainians welcomed the invading Germans as liberators. The Germans disagreed and treated the Ukrainians as not worthy of self-rule. In response the UPA (Ukrainian Insurgent Army) formed in 1943 to fight both Germans and Soviets. After 1945 the UPA received some recognition, but little support, from the West and ruthless efforts by the Soviets eliminated the UPA by 1955. Russia did manage to convince the new UN (United Nations) that Ukraine was eligible to be a member of the UN. This gave Russia an additional vote in the UN general assembly, much to the disgust of most Ukrainians.

This violent history with Russia and the Soviet Union played a major role in Ukraine (and Belarus) insisting on independence when the Soviet Union fell apart in 1991. Many Russians saw this Ukrainian independence as a temporary condition, something they went war over in 2022 and openly declared they will do to other unfriendly nations that were once part of one of the many Russian empires. Several of those unfriendly states are now members of NATO. This organization has 31 members, soon to become 32 when Sweden joins. Ukraine wants to be member 33.

The concept of NATO began at the end of World War II in 1945. At that time the United States had the largest and most capable military force in what came to be known as the Western alliance. This group consisted of the industrialized nations of Europe and North America. The United States has always had the largest military and the one with many specialist capabilities European nations lacked. For example, the U.S. had the largest fleet of military air transports and these were backed up by large numbers of cargo and passenger aircraft owned by American airlines and available to the military in an emergency. The American army, navy and air force possessed special aviation capabilities no other NATO nation could muster. For example, when NATO nations were called on to operate in some distant area they depend on the large American fleet of aerial refueling aircraft and specialized aerial surveillance and electronic warfare aircraft. English has become the common language between the air forces of nearly every nation. When a NATO member requires specialized aircraft support, a French, Italian or German pilot can talk to the American aerial tanker or air traffic control aircraft in English and quickly get what they need. This capability has enabled European nations to send aircraft of ground forces long distances on short notice because the specialized American support aircraft are always available. Some European nations have a few of these support aircraft that handle most peacetime needs. But in a military crisis, like supporting Ukraine against the invading Russians, the Americans not only supply most of the military aid, but also make U.S. transportation and communications capabilities available to their NATO allies. Unless there is some major political dispute between the U.S. and European nations, this support is made available quickly and in whatever quantities are required. This makes the military forces of the entire NATO alliance more flexible and effective. In military terms these American logistic and specialist capabilities are a “force multiplier” for the troops, ships and aircraft of NATO allies.

This dependence on American resources has been criticized since NATO was founded, but none of the nations depending on that support have come up with an alternative. There were some efforts in that direction. NATO nations have a joint force of AWACS (air traffic control) aircraft and a pool arrangement for medium range air transports. European nations can gather a larger number of commercial ships for an emergency than the United States itself can. All this complements similar American support and is considered an example of how beneficial NATO cooperation is. Ukraine has benefited from this since 2022 and that is one reason Ukraine wants to join NATO as soon as the war with Russia is over. NATO policy does not allow a new member to join if they are currently involved in a war.

Russia claims it invaded Ukraine to prevent the expansion of NATO rather than seeking to rebuild the Russian Empire. The lost empire was a common complaint made by Russian leaders. Ukraine realized NATO membership would keep the Russians out. By invading Ukraine, Russia triggered substantial economic sanctions on Russia and huge NATO support for the Ukrainian military. Russian leader Vladimir Putin insists that Russian forces will keep fighting even if the Ukrainians push all the Russians out of Ukraine. Putin believes NATO countries will soon tire of spending all this money on Ukraine and reduce support. At that point Putin believes Russia will have a better chance of taking Ukraine. This is an endurance contest. Can Russia keep fighting while its economy is starved for resources by the sanctions? Can Putin survive long enough to keep Russia fighting? Will NATO nations keep spending a lot of money on military support for Ukraine? The Ukrainians have made it clear that they will keep fighting because to surrender means the end of Ukraine as an independent country and the return of Russian rule, not to mention suffering all the usual atrocities the Russians inflict on new subject populations, and did in portions of the Ukraine they conquered in this current war.

While NATO remains dependent on the Americans when large amounts of military and economic support are needed, the NATO members adjacent to Ukraine or Russia are not without resources and are spending a lot more on weapons and military equipment since the Russians invaded Ukraine. This invasion was a clear example of why NATO was needed. The Russians admit that they don’t want to fight NATO directly and are dismayed at how enormous NATO contributions of military material, but not troops, to Ukraine helped cause the Russian invasion to fail with huge military and economic losses for Russia. The NATO alliance worked and Russian aggression was halted without triggering a nuclear war.

The NATO alliance worked because its members, collectively, constitute the largest economic and military capabilities on the planet. Russia, especially leader Vladimir Putin, feared that NATO would somehow become a military threat. That was never NATO’s intention and the coalition has lasted so long because it stuck to its role as a defensive alliance. Some Russians, like Putin, see NATO’s ability to constrain Russian attack options as a form of coercion and hostility towards Russia. Similar misconceptions are common throughout history and often a cause of war. The Russian invasion of Ukraine and the Russian justification for that is one such example of this perverse logic. The expansion of NATO membership after the Cold War ended was seen as essential for nations near Russia to survive and that assessment proved correct. That’s why long-time neutrals like Sweden and Finland suddenly sought to join NATO. Collectively, NATO is a huge organization in terms of population and military capabilities and becomes more useful the larger it becomes. As a defensive organization it reduces military spending for members and increases national security. The cost of running NATO is miniscule, as is the annual cost to members. Efforts to establish a similar defensive organization in East Asia have increased as the Chinese military threat grows. China is not seen as unstable and prone to aggression as Russia, but neighbors of China detect ominous changing attitudes inside China that warrant considering an Asian version of NATO.

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Killexams : Panic as rogue killer soldiers spread deaths on Lagos roads No result found, try new keyword!The killing of Adeniyi Sanni, an aide to Senator Solomon Adeola of Ogun West, raises concern about the illegal activities of soldiers who turned their guns against innocent citizens, GBENGA OLONINIRAN ... Wed, 23 Aug 2023 13:01:11 -0500 en-us text/html Killexams : Pakistan President accuses staff of playing him on controversial bills shielding military from criticism
Pakistan President accuses staff of playing him on controversial bills shielding military from criticism

File photo of Pakistan President Arif Alvi. AP

Pakistan’s President Arif Alvi has denied approving the two controversial bills, which make it an offence to reveal the identities of military intelligence officers and propose jail terms for defaming the army.

Introduced earlier this month, the Official Secrets (Amend­m­ent) Bill and the Pakistan Army (Amend­ment) Bill provoked bitter debate in the Pakistan National Assembly.

Alvi, who “disagreed” with the bills, asked his staff to return the bills to the Parliament unapproved in time to not stop them from being effective. He had ten days to either sign the bills or return them to the Parliament with some observations, failing this the bill would be taken as passed by the president.

However, his staff, he alleged, didn’t obey his order and delayed the return to let them assume effect.

“I did not sign Official Secrets Amendment Bill 2023 & Pakistan Army Amendment Bill 2023 as I disagreed with these laws. I asked my staff to return the bills unsigned within the stipulated time to make them ineffective. I confirmed from them many times whether they have been returned & was assured that they were. However, I have found out today that my staff undermined my will,” he wrote in a post on X.

President Alvi’s statement can throw the legality of the laws into question.

However, Pakistan’s interim law minister Ahmed Irfan Aslam accused Alvi of “purposely delaying the assent”, and returning the bills with neither assent nor observations, according to BBC.

Aslam added that since the bills were not received from the president even after 10 days, they automatically became law.

According to a gazette from the Senate Secretariat the bills were “deemed to have been assented to by the president”.

While one bill recommends a three-year jail term and a fine of up to 1 crore rupees for anyone who discloses the identity of an intelligence official, informant or source, the other imposes a jail term of up to five years on anyone who discloses sensitive information relating to national security.

Pakistan’s main opposition party, former prime minister Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and the coalition partners of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) have criticised the bills as “draconian laws” passed in haste and without discussion and prudence.

And the laws are already being used to arrest opposition members.

PTI’s Shah Mehmood Qureshi was arrested on Saturday under the Official Secrets Act.

His party claimed that Qureshi was detained for holding a press conference where he challenged the postponement of the election.

But the government accuse him of leaking the contents of a secret diplomatic cable for political motives.

President Alvi got the bills before parliament was dissolved on 9 August.

Initially, the aim of dissolving the Parliament was to hold fresh elections in November. However, after the electoral commission said the electoral boundaries must be redrawn to reflect fresh census data, the polls have now been postponed until February.

In the interim, the country will be under a caretaker government.

The intelligence services in Pakistan have been regularly accused of illegally detaining the members of the opposition, dissidents, activists and journalists, and human rights observers note the increasing number of disappearances every month.

The PTI has also said that it will take the disputed bills to the Supreme Court and declared its “complete support” for Alvi, who’s among the founding members of the party.

Former prime minister Khan’s arrest in May saw violent protests in which even military cantonments were targeted. Since then, the PTI has been systematically targeted. Their key leaders, including Khan, were given jail sentences over a variety of charges.

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Killexams : Odyssey Health, Inc. Presents Concussion Treatment Data at the Military Health System Research Symposium - MHSRS

LAS VEGAS, NV / ACCESSWIRE / August 23, 2023 / Odyssey Health, Inc. (OTC:ODYY), f/k/a Odyssey Group International, Inc., a company focused on developing unique, life-enhancing medical products, recently presented at the Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS). Odyssey is developing a novel pharmaceutical, ONP-002, to be given intranasally for brain-targeted delivery in the acute through subacute period following mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) also known as a concussion. MHSRS requested presentation submissions and after review, selected the Odyssey ONP-002 technology to be presented in poster-style at its yearly conference.

The scientific poster included: 1) the use of a heat stable spray-dried powdered formulation to eliminate the need for burdensome cold chain controls in the field, 2) the development of a breath-propelled intranasal device that enhances drug dispersion depth and conformity, 3) preclinical data in animals showing that ONP-002 treatment improves memory and neuromotor function while reducing depressive-like behavior after mTBI, and 4) positive safety and pharmacokinetic findings in Odyssey's recently completed Phase I clinical trial.

The MHSRS was held August 14th-17th and provided an opportunity for military and civilian medical providers, academia, and industry from around the world to meet and discuss ideas for improving military healthcare. Areas like Comprehensive Strategy and Action Plan for Warfighter Brain Health, Precision Medicine Research: Optimizing Warfighter Healthcare, Readiness, and Return to Duty, and Battlefield Biomarkers for TBI: Diagnostic and Prognostic Indicators were discussed at the Scientific Assembly.

Far-forward missions conducted by military forces require fast and effective field solutions to Boost military readiness and prevent late and long-term consequences of brain trauma. Odyssey's poster presentation, "A Novel Intranasal Pharmaceutical for Treatment of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in the Field," focused on the advantages of developing a lightweight intranasal field-deliverable drug-device combination for concussion management in the early phases following injury.

The Poster presentation has been posted on LinkedIn and our website.

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ONP-002 is a fully synthetic non-naturally occurring neurosteroid being developed for the treatment of mTBI (concussion). In preclinical studies, ONP-002 has demonstrated equivalent, if not superior, neuroprotective effects compared to related neurosteroids. Animal models of concussion demonstrated that ONP-002 reduces the behavioral pathology associated with brain injury symptoms such as memory impairment, anxiety, and motor/sensory performance. Additionally, ONP-002 is lipophilic and can easily cross the blood-brain barrier to rapidly eliminate swelling, oxidative stress and inflammation in the brain while restoring proper blood flow. Our novel breath-propelled, intranasal brain-drug delivery device is designed with a novel drug dispensing system that creates an effective airflow for depositing concentrated drug deep into the nasal cavity and onto the olfactory region, this could allow for quick and direct diffusion into the brain.

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Killexams : Pakistan president denies approving laws giving military more power

Pakistan's President Arif Alvi denied approving two controversial bills which further enhance the military's powers.

In a post on X (formerly known as Twitter) on Sunday, he said he returned the bills unsigned but his staff "undermined my will".

The two laws make it an offence to reveal the identities of military intelligence officers and also propose jail terms for defaming the army.

Mr Alvi's statement could call the legality of the two laws into question.

However, Pakistan's interim law minister Ahmed Irfan Aslam told reporters that under the constitution, the president had the option of either giving assent to the bills, or referring them to parliament with "specific observations".

Instead, Dr Alvi "purposely delayed the assent", and returned the bills with neither assent nor observations, he said.

Mr Aslam added that since the signed bills were not received from the president even after 10 days, they automatically became law.

A gazette from the Senate Secretariat stated that they were "deemed to have been assented to by the president".

The disputed bills were sent to President Alvi before parliament was dissolved on 9 August, with the aim of holding elections in November.

However, the polls have been postponed until February as the electoral commission says electoral boundaries must be redrawn to reflect fresh census data, a months-long process, before polls can be held.

The country is currently under a caretaker government.

Earlier this month, the Of­­ficial Secrets (Amend­m­ent) Bill and the Pakistan Army (Amend­ment) Bill provoked bitter debate in the National Assembly.

The former bill recommends a three-year jail term and a fine of up to 10 million rupees (£27,000 ; $34,000) for anyone who discloses the identity of an intelligence official, informant or source, while the latter imposes a jail term of up to five years on anyone who discloses sensitive information relating to national security.

Both the opposition Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and the coalition partners of the the ruling Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) called the government out for passing "draconian laws in haste" and without discussion.

The laws have already been used to arrest some opposition members. PTI vice chair Shah Mehmood Qureshi was arrested over the weekend under the Official Secrets Act.

The PTI claimed that Mr Qureshi was detained for holding a press conference where he challenged the postponement of the election. Authorities accuse him of leaking the contents of a secret diplomatic cable for political gain.

The Pakistani intelligence services are regularly accused of illegally detaining opposition members, politicians, activists and journalists, with human rights organisations noting the increasing number of enforced disappearances every month.

The PTI has also said that it will take the disputed bills to the Supreme Court, and declared its "complete support" for the president.

Mr Alvi is a founding member of the PTI, led by former prime minister Imran Khan. Mr Khan's arrest in May saw violent protests that also targeted military cantonments. Since then, the party has been systematically targeted, with many key leaders, including Mr Khan, given jail sentences over a variety of charges.

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Killexams : Niger coup: Russia warns Ecowas not to take military action

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A large crowd calling for France to leave Niger gathered near the capital on Friday

Russia has warned that military intervention in Niger would lead to a "protracted confrontation" after regional bloc Ecowas said it would assemble a standby force.

Such an intervention would destabilise the Sahel region as a whole, the Russian foreign ministry said.

Russia does not formally back the coup.

On Friday coup supporters, some waving Russian flags, protested at a French military base near the capital NIamey, some chanting "down with France, down with Ecowas".

Both France and the US operate military bases in Niger and they have been used to launch operations against jihadist groups in the wider region.

Military officials from Ecowas countries are reportedly set to meet on Saturday to draft plans for a military intervention.

The bloc has said it remains open to finding a diplomatic solution to the crisis, but Nigeria's President Bola Tinubu said on Thursday that "No option is taken off the table, including the use of force as a last resort".

The US has not explicitly backed military action but has called on the junta to step aside and allow the restoration of the country's democratic constitution.

The Niger junta has not responded to the latest statements from Ecowas leaders.

Meanwhile fears are growing for the health and safety of Mr Bazoum, who has been held captive since the military seized power on 26 July.

He and his family had been "deprived of food, electricity and medical care for several days", EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said.

UN rights commissioner Volker Turk said he had received credible reports that the conditions of detention "could amount to inhuman and degrading treatment".

Rights group Human Rights Watch said Mr Bazoum had told them this week that he and his family were being treated in an "inhuman and cruel" way.

"My son is sick, has a serious heart condition, and needs to see a doctor," HRW quoted Mr Bazoum as telling them.

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