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Kyrgyzstan ex-president charged with murder following arrest: reports

Former Kyrgyzstan President Almazbek Atambayev was charged with murder Tuesday, following two violent police raids at his residence last week that left one officer dead, reports said.

Atambayev supporters held six officers hostage during the raids that left more than 100 people injured before the former president finally surrendered Thursday. He now faces corruption charges.

KYRGYZSTAN EX-PRESIDENT DETAINED AFTER GOVERNMENT RAID ON HOME; ONE POLICE OFFICER KILLED

Prosecutors additionally charged Atambayev with hostage-taking and causing mass unrest, Reuters reported, citing state news agency Kabar.

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Atambayev supporters repelled the first raid, in which an officer was killed, on Wednesday. Atambayev surrendered after the second raid a day later. (AP Photo/Vladimir Voronin)

National security chief Orozbek Opumbayev further accused Atambayev of planning to stage a coup, the news outlet report.

Atambayev, who was in office from 2011 to 2017, was stripped of the prosecution immunity he enjoyed as a former president in June. Authorities wanted to subpoena him as a witness in the unlawful release of a Chechen crime boss in 2013, the BBC reported.

KYRGYZSTAN’S CABINET RESIGNS AMID POLITICAL TURMOIL

The conflict highlights tensions between Atambayev and his handpicked successor, Acting President Sooronbai Jeenbekov. After Jeenbekov took office in 2017, he purged Atambayev loyalists holding powerful government positions, souring their relationship, according to the BBC.

Jeenbekov has also accused Atambayev of multiple counts of corruption, which Atambayev denies.

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Atambayev was charged with murder Tuesday following raids on his compound that left one police officer dead, according to reported. (AP)

Kyrgyzstan is a republic in Central Asia that gained autonomy with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. The nation’s first two presidents after independence were both driven from office by riots, and the latest violence has fueled concerns of more instability.

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Russia, Kyrgyzstan’s main sponsor and ally, has called for restraint.

While Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Atambayev last month, he has since publically endorsed Jeenbekov, Reuters reported.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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United Airlines changes alcohol policy for pilots after Glasgow incident

United Airlines has updated its alcohol policy for pilots, requiring that they refrain from drinking alcohol for a period of 12 hours before reporting for duty, the carrier has confirmed to Fox News.

The previous guidelines stipulated that pilots have their last alcoholic drink no later than 8 hours before work. The new policy went into effect August 10, United said.

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It is unclear when exactly the airline made the decision to update the rule, but news of the change was confirmed just over a week after two United pilots were arrested for allegedly failing a breath test prior to takeoff.

Their flight, scheduled to depart from Glasgow Airport for Newark Liberty International Airport on Aug. 3, was canceled following the arrests.

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Two United pilots were arrested after reportedly failing a breath test at Glasgow Airport on Aug. 3. (iStock)

The following week, United pilot Glendon Gulliver, 61, was formally charged in a Scotland court with being over the legal alcohol limit prior to the flight. His 45-year-old co-pilot was not charged as of Tuesday.

A representative for United was not able to comment on the pilots’ current employment status with the carrier.

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The Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) guidelines, which cite the Code of Federal Regulations, say that any pilot attempting to operate an aircraft must wait a minimum of 8 hours, though “a more conservative approach is to wait 24 hours from the last use of alcohol before flying.” However, the FAA also warns pilots to consider the effects of a hangover and “use good judgment.”

Federal regulations also prohibit any crew member from working on a civil aircraft within 8 hours of consuming alcohol.

In similar headlines, also on Aug. 3, an Air Wisconsin flight attendant was released from an Indiana jail for allegedly being drunk while working a United Express flight, a branch of United Airlines.

Charging documents detail that the woman’s erratic behavior during the trip made some passengers feel “scared for their lives” during the flight from Chicago to South Bend, Ind.

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Fox News’ David Aaro and Louis Casiano contributed to this report.

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Larry Elder defends Trump’s new green card rule: ‘Incompatible to have porous borders and a welfare state’

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Talk radio host Larry Elder said on Tuesday that immigrants coming into the U.S. should benefit Americans, defending the Trump administration’s new rule that strengthens federal officials’ ability to deny green cards to immigrants after determining their likelihood of getting government aid.

“I kind of thought that people coming to this country are supposed to benefit us and not benefit them. Our welfare state is bigger than ever and it is incompatible to have porous borders and a welfare state,” Elder told “Fox & Friends.”

Elder went on to say, “I think it’s just common sense to say if you come here, you ought not to be a charge on taxpayers. Why is that so controversial?”

TRUMP ADMINISTRATION BOOSTS ABILITY TO DENY GREEN CARDS TO IMMIGRANTS USING WELFARE PROGRAMS

Officials described the so-called “public charge” rule as a way to ensure those granted permanent residency are self-sufficient — and protect taxpayers in the process.

The updated rule will better define, and expand, the factors that can be considered to deny an applicant on these grounds.

While the “public charge” inadmissibility standard has long been part of U.S. immigration law, the term has not been formally defined in statute. The new rule, which will go into effect on October 15, will define “public charge” as an immigrant who receives one or more designated public benefits for more than 12 months within a 36-month period.

Elder addressed concerns about the Trump administration measure being “anti-immigrant.”

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“Democrats used to say the same kinds of things that Trump is saying right now, but now that Trump is saying them, he’s harsh, he’s unfair, he’s xenophobic, if not racist,” he argued.

The “public charge” inadmissibility standard was part of U.S. immigration law before Trump was in office. The new rule goes into effect on October 15.

“Donald Trump ran to do something about immigration, about illegal immigration. He ran on that platform. We take in about a million people legally every year and several hundred thousands of people who are here illegally,” Elder said.

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“We have no idea how many people who are here illegally,” he added.

“There was a study recently done by some Yale professors who estimate the number at 20 million. This is costing us a great deal of money. Especially, the unskilled,” Elder said.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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Trump campaign adviser pressed on ‘America’s Newsroom’ on Biden’s big lead in Pennsylvania

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Trump campaign senior adviser Mercedes Schlapp faced questions Tuesday on “America’s Newsroom” about how President Trump plans to bolster his support in Pennsylvania, especially against current Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden.

Ahead of a visit to the western part of the state by Trump, anchor Sandra Smith asked Schlapp about the RealClearPolitics polling average, which shows Biden ahead of the president by 10.5 points in Pennsylvania.

“What’s the president’s message? How does he close that gap?” Smith asked.

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Schlapp downplayed the importance of the hypothetical matchup polls, arguing Trump remains in a “winning position” in the Keystone State and said the numbers will improve once the Democrats settle on a candidate.

“He has a positive record to run on, that of sustainable economic growth impacting these communities,” she said.

Trump was headed to Monaca, about 40 minutes north of Pittsburgh, on Tuesday to tour Shell’s soon-to-be completed Pennsylvania Petrochemicals Complex. The facility, which critics claim will become the largest air polluter in western Pennsylvania, is being built in an area hungry for investment.

The focus is part of a continued push by the Trump administration to increase the economy’s dependence on fossil fuels in defiance of increasingly urgent warnings about climate change. And it’s an embrace of plastic at a time when the world is sounding alarms over its ubiquity and impact.

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Trump’s appeal to blue-collar workers helped him win Beaver County, where the plant is located, by more than 18 percentage points in 2016, only to have voters turn to Democrats in 2018′s midterm elections.

Schlapp later highlighted the recent string of gaffes on the campaign trail by Biden in Iowa, saying the former vice president “can’t remember basic facts” and is in a “weakened position” in the race.

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She expressed confidence in Trump being able to run against the Democrats’ “extreme policies,” arguing the party is in “disarray.”

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Biden raised eyebrows in recent days by mistakenly saying he was vice president at the time of the 2018 shooting at a high school in Parkland, Fla.

The misstatement came just days after Biden said “poor kids are just as bright and talented as white kids” and declared that he supports “truth over facts,” all of which prompted a response from his campaign.

“Joe Biden has spoken his mind his entire life, which voters know and love about him. He’s a real person, he’s authentic and that will never change,” Kate Bedingfield, Biden’s communications director and deputy campaign manager, told The New York Times.

Associated Press contributed to this report

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Rudy Giuliani: Why Jeffrey Epstein’s death inside NYC jail is ‘mind-boggling’

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Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Jeffrey Epstein‘s apparent suicide should never have happened at the facility where he was being detained and claimed the guards have no excuse for not monitoring him more closely.

“It’s a jail rather than a prison. A jail is a place you hold people when they’re awaiting trial. A prison is where you put them when they finally get sentenced. Those are more permanent places,” he said Tuesday on “America’s Newsroom.”

Giuliani added, “There’s absolutely no excuse for this. What happened here, to me, is mind-boggling. It’s impossible to happen. It’s a relatively small facility. This isn’t Rikers Island… with many, many different buildings. One building. Almost everything is within view if you want it to be, of the guards… The guy was a high-risk prisoner, wasn’t he? He’s a guy that there are probably 50 very important people that have a motive to kill him… We know there are some people that are in a lot of trouble because of Epstein. They know who they are. There’s tremendous motive to kill him.”

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He said Epstein should have been under 24-hour surveillance due to the high number of people who had plausible motives to kill him, and claimed he was already a target in prison for being an accused child molester.

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“Prisoners don’t like him. He’s alleged to be maybe the most notorious child predator of our generation. Prisoners are strange. Perverts, they don’t like. So they’ll kill a pervert just to kill a pervert,” Giuliani said.

“I don’t understand how anyone can explain not having him under 24-hour surveillance or not checking the camera constantly… The camera wasn’t working. There’s a camera in every part of a prison. Every single telephone call in and out of prison is listened to. Prisons are prisons. Now the federal prison system, I used to be in charge of it in the Reagan administration and then I worked with it for 15 years… The federal prison system is the best in the world… It’s hard for me to believe this could possibly happen.”

JEFFREY EPSTEIN WASN’T CHECKED ON FOR HOURS BEFORE APPARENT SUICIDE, SOURCE SAYS

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He also said Epstein should have been under armed guard around the clock due to his fame and the horrid nature of his crimes.

“His room should have been guarded because there was every possibility some prisoner that got loose would get in there and stab him, kill him, choke him, make it look like he hung… He was the guy they most wanted to kill in that prison. Of all the prisoners there, he’s the guy one of those prisoners would love to kill, just to have that on his creds. And probably nobody would turn him in if he did it. So he would feel a certain sense of protection,” Giuliani said.

“You’ve got to understand a prison… The people running that understand it. It would be very hard for me to understand the explanation as to why this man wasn’t watched 24 hours a day.”

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Pompeii ‘sorcerer’s treasure trove’ discovered, with bones, skull charms and gems for rituals

Archaeologists have uncovered some incredible treasures buried in Pompeii in recent memory, including an ancient fast-food joint, a long-lost fresco and the buried remains of a racehorse.

But the latest discoveries may top them all — a “sorcerer’s treasure trove” of items, including bones, skull charms and gems used for rituals.

According to Italian news outlet Ansa, archaeologists discovered the various artifacts inside a wooden box that had decomposed, leaving just the bronze hinges behind, preserved in the volcanic plume. The archaeologists also excavated the house where the box was found and unearthed a room with 10 bodies, including women and children.

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During excavations in Regio V, la Casa con Giardino, in the ancient city of Pompeii, archaeologists uncovered a trunk containing a vast variety of fascinating objects. (CESARE ABBATE/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)

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“There are dozens of good luck charms next to other objects that were attributed with the power of crushing bad luck,” Massimo Osanna, director of the Archaeological Park of Pompeii, told Ansa.

Osanna added that he believes it is possible the trinkets, which likely belonged to a female servant or slave, as opposed to the owner of the house, may were used for various rituals, including infertility and seduction.

“They could have been necklaces that were worn during rituals rather being used to look elegant,” the archaeologist said.

Inside the box were a number of different gems, including crystals, ceramics, amethysts and amber. Scarabs from the Middle East were also found. A glass bead engraved with the head of Dionysus, the Greek god of wine, fertility and ritual madness, was also unearthed.

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A view of archaeological artifacts on display, in Pompeii.   (CESARE ABBATE/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)

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“They are objects of everyday life in the female world and are extraordinary because they tell micro-stories, biographies of the inhabitants of the city who tried to escape the eruption,” Osanna said in comments obtained by BBC.

An ancient marble head that likely represents Dionysus was found separately in Rome in May.

Since their discovery in the 16th century, the Pompeii ruins have given researchers great insight into what life was like before Mount Vesuvius erupted and wiped out the entire city in 79 A.D. Recently, there has been some dispute about whether the volcano erupted in August or October of that year.

In April, an ancient eatery known as a thermopolium (akin to a modern-day snack bar), where patrons could get drinks and hot food, was discovered among the city’s ruins. Researchers have also found a fresco depicting a sensual scene involving the Roman god Jupiter and Leda and the remains of a petrified horse recently.

When Mount Vesuvius erupted, the explosion caused such extreme heat that victims’ skulls exploded, their blood boiled and their muscles, flesh and brains were replaced with ash, according to a study published last year.

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Woman slammed for crowdfunding butt lift after free nose job scandal

One surgery-obsessed woman in the U.K. who certainly believes that “pain is beauty” is asking the public to crowdfund her butt lift in a request that has rubbed many the wrong way, especially after she successfully got the National Health Service (NHS) to foot the bill for her $8,450 nose job back in the spring by allegedly faking depression.

In recent days, Carla Bellucci has set up a crowdfunding page to raise money for a $7,240 butt lift, The Sun reports, and feels hopeful that her fellow Brits will empathize with her plea.

“I really, really need a new bum. I have to have a bum lift and I am out of work and I can’t pay for it myself and I so need a new bum,” the 37-year-old from Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, England explained to the Daily Star.

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“I need it for my mental health, for my self-esteem and it is just something that I need doing so bad and I know I can’t pay for it,” she continued. “The NHS definitely won’t pay for it this time.

“(I) don’t know why, transgender [people] get operations left, right and center but they will not pay for my bum lift,” Bellucci claimed. “So I am relying on you guys, the great British public, to donate.”

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In recent days, Carla Bellucci, pictured, has set up a crowdfunding page to raise money for a $7,240 butt lift, and feels hopeful that her fellow Brits will empathize with her plea. (Carla Bellucci)

The woman’s donation page has raised $12 to date, according to the Sun.

Back in June, the former “glamour model” and mom of three sparked great outcry when she admitted that she lied about having depression in order to receive a free nose job – to the tune of $8,450 – from the national health care bureau, Metro reports.

Weeks before, Bellucci was crowned “the most hated woman in Britain” for revealing that she convinced her 14-year-old daughter to begin a plastic surgery regime of her own upon her 16th birthday.

Tentative plans for the teen’s future cosmetic surgery include fillers, Botox, breast implants and teeth veneers.

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“If she wants to be a successful influencer and reality star then she will have to fit the look of the time – so surgery is the obvious option,” Bellucci said at the time, as per Metro. “She’s good looking, but surgery will make her prettier.”

As for her own young daughter’s derriere, Bellucci said that the girl’s behind is “very flat” and “needs improving.”

In 2018, about 24,099 Americans went under the knife for the so-called Brazilian butt lift, a surgical procedure which involves liposuction and fat grafting, the New York Post reports.

Nevertheless, many doctors refuse to perform the operation due to high mortality rates.

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The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) estimates that 1 in 3,000 people die from the so-called Brazilian butt lift as compared to 1 in 25,000 for all cosmetic procedures.

“It has the highest mortality rate of any surgical procedure tracked by the ASPS,” Dr. Daniel Maman, a board-certified plastic surgeon based in New York, told the Post.

Bellucci, however, seems to be paying no mind to that alarming statistic — while remaining optimistic about her own future, hopeful butt lift.

“People gonna talk the talk … haters gonna hate in the meantime I’ll just keep doing me,” the woman told her Instagram following of 73,000 last week.

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Arizona Cardinals’ Kliff Kingsbury makes light of Antonio Brown helmet controversy

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Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury entered the helmet controversy with a comment about Oakland Raiders star Antonio Brown’s situation about wearing prohibited equipment.

Kingsbury took a slight jab at Brown during an interview with Arizona Sports 98.7FM on Monday after it was reported Brown threatened to quit football because he was barred from wearing a helmet that was not recertified under the NFL’s safety policy.

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Kingsbury was asked if there was a helmet for which he would ever consider leaving the sport.

“I haven’t met a woman I would consider leaving the game of football for,” Kingsbury quipped to the radio hosts, according to SB Nation.

It doesn’t appear that Brown wants to leave the game anymore. He lost his grievance with the NFL on Monday over the helmet. He later tweeted he was looking forward to rejoining the Raiders.

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“While I disagree with the arbitrator’s decision, I’m working on getting back to full health and looking forward to rejoining my teammates on the field,” he said in a tweet. “I’m excited about this season appreciate all the concerns about my feet.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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New procedure that postpones menopause could also lead to longer fertility

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One quest to significantly postpone menopause could allow women to have children later in life.

According to the National Institute on Aging, women going through menopause can have a host of symptoms, ranging from irritability to hot flashes to a lowered sex drive. In addition, post-menopausal women have a higher risk of weight gain, heart disease and osteoporosis.

However, a team of specialists from the company ProFaM have developed a procedure that freezes tissue from a woman in her 20s to 30s, The Telegraph reported. The tissue can then be implanted again to rejuvenate fertility or hormones that prolong the menopausal process.

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ProFaM is led by IVF specialist Professor Simon Fishel, and the company name stands for Protecting Fertility and Menopause. The company performs this quick procedure lasting only 30 minutes for about $6,000.

According to The Guardian, nine women have already undergone the procedure. Although this particular use is new, doctors already perform this same surgery on girls who want to preserve their fertility before undergoing cancer treatments.

If young women get the procedure done in their 20s, when hormones and fertility are still strong, it could postpone menopause as much as 20 years, The Guardian reported.

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However, a few older women have also been known to carry children using traditional IVF with donor eggs. In fact, multiple women in their 50s and 60s have carried their own grandchildren. That includes one 60-year-old whose daughter died of bowel cancer at a young age. The daughter had frozen her eggs before she died, and her mother quite literally carried out her wishes to have children.

For those shying away from menopause symptoms, women could choose hormone replacement therapy (HRT). However, HRT also has its own risks, including blood clots, heart problems and breast cancer.

Professor Fisher told The Guardian that this procedure could benefit women trying to avoid menopause for any reason.

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The National Institute on Aging states that normal menopause can last anywhere from 7 to 14 years —and then women deal with the post-menopausal stage for the rest of their lives. This innovative technique could help women avoid that process for a lot longer.

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Former ‘Deadliest Catch’ star Jake Harris sentenced to 18 months in jail for police chase: report

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Former “Deadliest Catch” star Jake Harris was sentenced to 18 months in jail after leading police on a chase in Washington this past January, according to a new report.

Harris appeared on the hit Discovery series about Alaskan crab fisherman until 2012. Many fans of the hit TV series may remember Jake as the son of the late Captain Phil Harris. Phil died in 2010 of an apparent stroke. Harris’ brother, Josh, still appears on the show as captain of the family ship, the Cornelia Marie.

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According to TMZ, Jake was sentenced for felony charges of driving under the influence and possession with intent to manufacture or deliver heroin.

The charges reportedly stem from an incident in Washington in January when the 33-year-old allegedly refused to identify himself to park rangers before taking off in an RV. State troopers pursued him and forced him to stop. The outlet reports that police found drugs and a stolen firearm inside the vehicle.

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Jake, who was previously skipper on his father’s boat, will reportedly have to undergo an evaluation for drug dependency when he’s released. He’ll have to abstain from alcohol and will reportedly have an ignition interlock device installed in his car that will prevent him from driving if he is not sober.

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