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Militants in Syria’s Idlib have transported several canisters containing chlorine to the village of Bsanqul, apparently preparing to stage a false flag chemical attack, the Russian Defense Ministry has said.
The chlorine-filled canisters were delivered by the Al-Qaeda-affiliated militants of Tahrir al Sham, formerly known as Al-Nusra Front, a spokesman of the Russian Center for Reconciliation in Syria, Lieutenant General Vladimir Savchenko, said in a statement Saturday. He added that the latest developments showed that the militants are preparing for a false flag attack that would be used to accuse the Syrian government of using chemical weapons against its people.
This is the latest warning from the Russian military on what it says is a chemical “provocation” in the making. On Wednesday, it said the White Helmets group has shot videos intended to be used in framing the Syrian government. Earlier, the MoD said toxic chemicals had been delivered Idlib and accused the White Helmets of carrying out the delivery.
The US and its allies have so far dismissed the Russian warnings, but said that the government in Damascus might instead be preparing chemical attacks against civilians. read more…
Brisbane man Hoani van Dorp purchased the berries on Sunday, probably anticipating a refreshing treat. Instead, when he bit into one, something sharp and metal was inside the berry. And before he knew what was going on, he swallowed half of it. Van Dorp’s friend Joshua Gane shared images of a sewing needle planted in the middle of the berry.
“Just posting this as a warning to anyone that has bought strawberries (Berry Obsessions) from Woolworths [supermarket] recently,” Gane said.
“Driving up to the coast when Hoani van Dorp bites through a strawberry and swallows half a sewing needle. We then checked the other strawberries and found another sewing needle lodged inside one of them. We are now at the emergency room because he subsequently started experiencing severe abdominal pain.”
The photos quickly went viral, and have prompted a police investigation. A mass recall has been issued for Berry Obsession and Berrylicious strawberries purchased in all states on Australia’s east coast. Health watchdog Queensland Health has, however, called for all brands to be thrown out just in case.
“I’m out here today to advise people if they’ve bought any strawberries in Queensland, New South Wales or Victoria since early last week, that they should dispose of them,” Queensland Health’s chief health officer Jeanette Young said. “If someone were to swallow a sewing needle it could get caught up in their gut.” read more…