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The husband and wife team of Christian “Filly” Filimon and Amanda “The Panda” Filimon talk all things Ontario Fury, a professional indoor soccer team playing in Major Arena Soccer League (MASL). Hear original content, player, personnel, and fan interviews, team news, game breakdowns and so much more.
 
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Guess who's back? Back Again! On this episode of Stryking Fury, Filly and Jonathan sit down via the Zoom universe with returning goalkeeper Chris Toth. Chris tells us about his time on Tacoma, playing on the US Mens National Beach Soccer team, a fun story about his legendary father and of course about how excited he is to be back to Ontario. In cas…
 
Over 800 detainees have been freed in Nigeria after heavily-armed assailants stormed a prison in the west of the country. The authorities managed to recapture 262 escapees, while a further 575 remain on the run. The prison, located in Nigeria’s Oyo State, was raided overnight by a group of unknown assailants, the country’s prison service confirmed …
 
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he instructed the foreign minister to declare 10 ambassadors, including Washington’s envoy, ‘persona non grata’ over a rare joint statement urging release of a jailed opposition figure. The move was announced by Turkey’s president during a public speech on Saturday. “I gave the necessary instructions to o…
 
Former Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini is facing up to 15 years in prison in a controversial trial over his 2019 order to prevent migrants picked up by NGOs while crossing the Mediterranean Sea from entering Italy. The trial, which started on Saturday in Palermo, is about one particular incident among dozens that happened during Salvini’s …
 
NATO’s new masterplan to deter Moscow, including with nuclear weapons, looks like an attempt to stay relevant amid the military advancements of Russia and China, former Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl told RT. NATO defense ministers met in Brussels on Thursday, and the bloc revealed its new grand strategy to counter Russia in case of a conf…
 
“Technical work” has started on Turkey’s purchase of US-made Block 70 Viper F-16s, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar has said. Washington has not yet confirmed the deal, which was first announced by the Turkish president. Akar’s remark came after a meeting of NATO defense ministers in Brussels. He said the purchase of the warplanes and the moder…
 
WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange is a political prisoner and the process against him is a crime against journalism, said a group of academics, politicians, journalists and advocates convened ahead of his extradition hearing. “What we’re witnessing is a murder,” NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden told the ‘Belmarsh Tribunal’ in London on Friday, app…
 
The US Central Command (CENTCOM) has announced it used a Predator drone to kill Abdul Hamid al-Matar, described as ‘senior Al-Qaeda leader,’ in northwestern Syria. The US military claimed no civilians were hurt in the strike. “We have no indications of civilian casualties as a result of the strike, which was conducted using an MQ-9 aircraft,” CENTC…
 
A knife-wielding man who attempted to attack police in a northwestern suburb of Paris has been shot by officers. The attacker allegedly shouted “Allahu Akbar”. No other casualties have been reported from the incident. The attacker held “a knife in [his] hand” and threw a bottle at a group of police officers during a routine traffic check in the Par…
 
The Canadian government has scrapped its advisory for citizens to avoid non-essential foreign travel for the first time since March 2020, but urged people to be fully vaccinated before going abroad. The change to the government’s official travel advisory page was made Thursday evening, ending a warning that had been in place since the Covid pandemi…
 
The French minister for defense has told NATO leaders not to be afraid of a new European defense scheme, insisting that the initiative, which is still being debated, would make the alliance stronger and more resilient. Speaking to fellow NATO leaders on Friday on the second day of a Brussels-based summit, French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly…
 
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has reiterated the risk of heart inflammation in young men following vaccination with Moderna’s Covid-19 jab after a handful of Nordic nations halted its use in this age group. In an announcement released on Wednesday, the body shared that “ongoing analyses from the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control a…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has hit back at the US and demanded Washington adhere to the one-China principle, after US President Joe Biden said America was ready, and more than strong enough, to defend Taiwan. Read more Biden says US ‘committed’ to defending Taiwan from China, signaling break with decades-long ‘strategic ambiguity’ policy Speaking…
 
The outgoing German chancellor has called on EU leaders to come to a compromise with Poland’s right-wing government after Warsaw was widely condemned for questioning the supremacy of European law. Speaking at a summit of EU leaders in Strasbourg on Thursday, Germany’s soon-to-be former Chancellor, Angela Merkel, championed unity and compromise as o…
 
The Chinese capital has begun rolling out Covid-19 booster jabs to its residents in a bid to boost immunity levels as Beijing and its surrounding areas prepare to host the Winter Olympic games in four months. Beijing’s residents aged 18 and over who have received two jabs and are considered high-risk, including those participating in, organizing or…
 
Thousands have taken to the streets of Sudan’s capital of Khartoum as rival demonstrators gathered to support both military and civilian forces vying for power during a tense transition period for the nation. Supporters of Sudan’s transitional government held a massive march on Thursday, as rival pro-military protesters staged their own rally outsi…
 
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has once again challenged the idea of the primacy of EU law, accusing Brussels of attempts to infringe upon the rights of the national governments as he arrived at an EU summit on Thursday. Orban dismissed the idea of imposing sanctions against Poland over its decision to make EU law subordinate to its national…
 
Russian President Vladimir Putin has pushed back on his Turkish colleague’s proposal to remove the veto power of UN Security Council permanent members, saying it would turn the world body into another ‘League of Nations’. “If we remove the veto right of the permanent members, the UN would die the very same day – it would turn into the League of Nat…
 
At least two large flocks of birds are confirmed to have been contaminated with a strain of bird flu in Italy, officials announced, with thousands set to be killed off to prevent an epidemic in Europe. Some 200 birds died in a commercial farm of fattening turkeys in the province of Verona, local media reported on Thursday, citing authorities. The t…
 
The French authorities have said one man has been arrested in relation to the beheading of a pensioner on Wednesday. The suspect is the grandson of the victim and had been “under psychiatric monitoring.” In a press conference on Thursday, Pierre Gagnoud, the prosecutor of Carpentras – a commune in the Vaucluse department – said that the suspect’s a…
 
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reportedly believes that Turkey “can’t have the luxury of housing” envoys from 10 Western nations which are opposed to the continued detention of businessman and political campaigner Osman Kavala. The 10 diplomats were summoned this week to the Turkish Foreign Ministry over their joint statement condemning the prosecu…
 
Countries that do not respect Brussels’ rules cannot reap the “benefits of Europe,” according to French European Affairs Minister Clement Beaune, referring to Poland’s heated spat with the EU on whose law takes supremacy. Speaking to French news outlet LCI on Thursday, Beaune lashed out at Poland for its ruling earlier this month that saw Warsaw de…
 
Tech giant Facebook has reached an agreement with parts of the French press concerning the copyrights of articles and stories shared on its platform. The firm also announced the launch of Facebook News in France, due in 2022. In a joint statement on Thursday, Facebook and l'Alliance de la presse d'information générale (APIG), a lobby representing l…
 
Several fossil fuel-reliant nations, including Saudi Arabia, Australia and Japan, are reportedly lobbying to add “policy neutral” language to a UN report that calls for “urgent and accelerated” efforts to tackle climate change. More than 32,000 comments have been made by governments, corporations and other interested parties to scientists compiling…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has blasted the European Union after the bloc’s representatives voted overwhelmingly in favor of increasing ties with Taiwan and starting work on an investment deal with the island. On Thursday, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Wang Wenbin reiterated Beijing’s opposition to any foreign influence in Taiwan, which China…
 
In a huge effort to vaccinate its population, India has celebrated the landmark of administering 1 billion Covid shots. However, millions of Indians are still yet to receive their first dose. Taking to Twitter on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed the milestone: “India scripts history. We are witnessing the triumph of Indian science, ent…
 
Iran has kicked off its latest military drill, this time exhibiting army air force units, including both manned and unmanned aircrafts, amid ongoing concern from Tehran about the presence of “Zionists” near their borders. Brigadier General Hamid Vahedi, the commander of Iran’s Army Air Force, was present on Thursday for the operational phase of the…
 
US overtures of diplomacy are hypocritical and don’t match Washington’s actions, North Korea said, after a UN Security Council session hastily convened to condemn its recent test of a submarine-launched missile. “It is a clear double standard that the United States denounces us for developing and testing the same weapons system it already has or wa…
 
Brazilian senators have presented their "final" report on the alleged crimes of President Jair Bolsonaro over his government's handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. The list of recommended charges includes "crimes against humanity." The Senate's Parliamentary Inquiry Commission (CPI) presented an almost 1,200-page document late on Tuesday. The report,…
 
A report published in the peer-reviewed Global Environment Change journal has blasted oil and gas company Total for “promoting doubt regarding the scientific basis for global warming,” accusing it of moving from “denial to delay.” The accusations are laid out in a report that explores Total’s response to global warming between 1971 and 2021, follow…
 
The UN’s nuclear watchdog has reportedly set up a team to probe the AUKUS nuclear submarine deal, warning that the pact between the US, UK and Australia had raised proliferation fears over its potential to trigger an arms race. During a visit to Washington, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Rafael Grossi said a special team…
 
Former Venezuelan general and Hugo Chavez ally Hugo Carvajal will be extradited to the US to face drug-trafficking charges after failing to gain political asylum in Spain, the Spanish High Court said on Wednesday. The former head of Venezuela's military intelligence was arrested last month by Spanish authorities while he was hiding out in Madrid, a…
 
The European Union needs to show a ‘clear and adequately financed’ plan to handle migration routes in the Mediterranean region, Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Draghi has insisted. Speaking on Wednesday ahead of the upcoming European Council meeting, the Italian PM said European countries must carry out obligations made in June to work with migrants’ …
 
A hacker who has reportedly stolen the personal data of nearly all 45 million Argentinian citizens after breaking into a government ID database, and who shared the evidence on Twitter, has been suspended from the platform. According to reports, the unnamed hacker broke into Argentina's National Registry of Persons (RENAPER) in September, where they…
 
Japan’s Meteorological Agency (JMA) has warned people to stay clear of Mount Aso, on the southern island of Kyushu, after it propelled columns of gas and ash miles into the sky. There are no reports of injuries thus far. Mount Aso – the country’s most active volcano – erupted at around 11:48 am on Wednesday. Located in an area popular with hikers, …
 
Different effects of the world’s Covid injection types are revealed in new study that shines light on ‘Adenovirus v mRNA’ debate The one-shot adenovirus J&J Covid-19 vaccine provides stable but low-level immunity that stays for months, a new study has found, while mRNA jabs’ initially higher number of antibodies “declines sharply” over the same per…
 
Two former Bundeswehr soldiers have been detained by German authorities for allegedly attempting to build a mercenary force of up to 150 troops, which they planned to use to intervene in the ongoing conflict in Yemen. Prosecutors said on Wednesday that the pair, identified only as Arend-Adolf G. and Achim A. in accordance with Berlin’s privacy laws…
 
The Philippines justice ministry has said it will investigate thousands of deaths which occurred during President Rodrigo Duterte’s heavy-handed war on drugs after it published details of 52 reviewed cases. On Wednesday, the Philippines Department of Justice (DOJ) released details of 52 civilian deaths which took place during police operations link…
 
At least 13 people have been killed after a bus was mangled in a suspected terrorist attack as it crossed a bridge in Damascus, Syria. Two explosive devices were set off, obliterating the vehicle, state media reported. According to preliminary reports, the explosions also injured three people, Syria’s SANA agency said. The vehicle was carrying Syri…
 
A panel of Brazilian lawmakers could recommend a litany of charges against President Jair Bolsonaro, including homicide, in relation to his government’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a leaked Senate report. Bolsonaro could face up to 13 criminal charges linked to policies that allegedly allowed the coronavirus to spread and drive …
 
Poland joined the EU to protect its sovereignty, but its idea of the bloc clashes with that of the original members, political columnist Mary Dejevsky told RT. But, she says, despite the rule-of-law row Warsaw's exit is unlikely. The bitter row between the EU and Poland, revolving around the country's rule of law in general and the disciplinary cha…
 
An armed gang that kidnapped 17 members of a US missionary group in Haiti last week are demanding $1 million each for their release, the Haitian justice minister told US media, adding that five children were among those abducted. Over the weekend, the kidnappers contacted Christian Aid Ministries – an Ohio-based missionary group whose members were …
 
Ontario’s Premier Doug Ford has refused to apologize amid backlash over “demeaning” and “racist” comments about immigrants, having told Canada’s newcomers “go somewhere else” if they plan to “collect the dole and sit around.” The premier made the controversial remarks during a press conference on Monday, where he spoke about the “desperate” labor s…
 
Ecuador’s President Guillermo Lasso has declared a state of emergency and ordered the armed forces to join law enforcement operations on the streets as the country struggles to combat escalating drug-related violence. “Starting immediately, our armed forces and police will be felt with force in the streets because we are decreeing a state of emerge…
 
Covid-19 has claimed one life every five minutes in Romania during October, official data indicates, as the country’s inoculation campaign lags and hospitals are inundated with coronavirus patients. On Tuesday, the Eastern European nation reported its highest Covid daily infections, surpassing 18,800, as well as a record single-day high of 574 deat…
 
A Czech Senate commission has approved the redistribution of President Milos Zeman’s duties to a number of other top officials. He was rushed to hospital after his ally, Prime Minister Andrej Babis, lost the election. Zeman remains at the Central Military Hospital and is not capable of exercising his mostly ceremonial functions, according to the sp…
 
Czech police have opened an investigation into whether President Milos Zeman’s aides committed a crime by not telling other officials or the public that the country’s leader was not fit to carry out his duties. On Tuesday, Czech police said they would open a probe into whether Zeman’s aides committed a crime, citing information that the president’s…
 
A Japanese man who removed mandatory censorship from pornography using artificial intelligence and resold the images was arrested on Monday for violating laws on copyright and obscenity. 43-year-old Masayuki Nakamoto reportedly made roughly 11 million yen, or nearly $100,000, by using an AI technique similar to ‘deepfakes’ which replaced the blurre…
 
Poland’s prime minister has announced that his government will dissolve the disciplinary chamber of the country’s Supreme Court after the EU condemned the chamber for threatening the “unity of the European legal order.” Speaking to EU officials at the European Parliament, Polish leader Mateusz Morawiecki accepted that the chamber “did not meet our …
 
Ten thousand Yemeni children have been killed or injured since a military coalition led by Saudi Arabia intervened in March 2015 after an Iran-aligned group ousted the government, the United Nations children's agency UNICEF said. Speaking on Tuesday to a UN briefing in Geneva, the agency's spokesperson James Elder shared the "shameful milestone," r…
 
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