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Road trip blogger Gabby Petito was strangled to death – coroner



American “Van life” travel blogger who went missing on a road trip with her fiancé was strangled to death, a Wyoming coroner has declared

22-year-old Gabby Petito was a U.S travel blogger who went missing in late August during a “dream” cross-country road trip with her fiancé, Brian Laundrie.

Now, she has been officially declared the victim of a “homicide” after her body was found in a Wyoming national park & new details have been released about the way she died.


  • Teton County coroner reveals Gabby Petito died by strangulation
  • Experts question Brian Laundrie’s survival skills
  • ‘No physical signs’ of Gabby Petito boyfriend hiding in nature reserve, police say
  • Brian Laundrie is still alive

Wyoming Coroner Dr. Brent Blue has determined that the cause of Gabby Petito’s death was strangulation 3-4 weeks before her body was found.

‘Unfortunately this is only one of many deaths around the country of people who are involved in domestic violence’ Teton County coroner on Gabby Petito’s death.

BLUE suggested that Petito’s status as social media blogger contributed to interest in her case.

Dr Blue told reporters in a news conference that Ms Petito’s body was found in a wilderness campsite with signs of strangulation.

Blue did not confirm the specifics, or if an item was used to kill her.

Laundrie, currently the only person of interest in this case, remains missing. His family say he left for a hike on 14 September and never came back.


How the U.S. could respond to a Ukraine nuclear blast



As concerns grow over Russian President Vladimir Putin’s nuclear saber-rattling, what would a U.S. response look like?

While U.S. officials have stressed there are plans being developed to counter a range of moves by Moscow, they have thus far kept specifics under wraps.

Here are some of the options reportedly under consideration:

1. Economic sanctions: This is seen as the least provocative option, and one that would likely have the most international support. It would also be the easiest to implement, as the Treasury Department has already put together a list of high-profile Russian individuals and entities that could be targeted.

2. Military action: While not off the table, this is considered a last resort due to the risks involved. Possible scenarios include positioning additional U.S. troops and equipment in NATO countries bordering Russia, or carrying out precision strikes on Russian targets in Ukraine.

3. Cyberattacks: Stuxnet-style malware could be used to take down critical infrastructure inside Russia, or disruptive attacks could be launched against government websites and other online resources.

4. Forcefully breaking up Russia’s energy exports: This would involve using diplomatic and economic pressure to dissuade European countries from buying oil and gas from Russia, which is its main source of revenue.


5. Supporting regime change in Moscow: While this option is not being actively pursued by the Biden administration, some hawkish lawmakers have called for it. This would likely involve funding opposition groups inside Russia and working to foment popular discontent with Putin’s rule.


With tensions between the U.S. and Russia at their highest levels since the end of the Cold War, it’s clear that somethingneeds to be done to prevent further escalation.

The question is, what? economic sanctions, military action, cyberattacks, breaking up Russia’s energy exports, or regime change in Moscow?

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Biden says nuclear ‘armageddon’ threat is back



U.S. President says the nuclear ‘armageddon’ threat is back for first time since Cuban Missile Crisis

The president was speaking at a fundraiser event, where he said Russian President Vladimir Putin was “not joking when he spoke about the use of tactical nuclear weapons.

U.S. officials have been warning that Russia could use weapons of mass destruction in Ukraine.

But they believe there’s been no change to Russia’s nuclear forces for the time being.

It comes as the leaders of more than 40 European nations convened in Prague to discuss Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Ukraine’s leader Volodymyr Zelensky spoke via video link.

UK Prime Minister Liz Truss says the summit is “not about moving closer to Europe” but “about working with Europe”.

When pressed about her working relationship with Macron, Truss admitted he is a ‘friend’.

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Spectator dead following violent clashes at a football stadium



One person has died in clashes at an Argentinian football stadium

Police fired rubber bullets and tear gas to stop fans from pushing into the crowded venue.

But that wasn’t enough, with many fans squeezing through fencing to escape the violence and get onto the field.

The incident took place around 50 kilometres south of the nation’s capital

The game was suspended nine minutes into play.

A 57-year-old man experienced cardiac arrest while being transferred from the stadium to the hospital.

It comes five days after 131 people died in a stampede prompted by Indonesian police firing tear gas inside a stadium.

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