Malaysia Seizes 330 Smuggled Exotic Tortoises Worth $300,000

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia: Malaysia’s seamstresses attempted to smuggle hundreds of the most endangered turtles in the world of Madagascar, a senior official said on Monday.

The plowed 330 turtles and rays entered the Kuala Lumpur International Airport Sunday earned $ 276,784 thousand, Abdul Wahid Sulong, deputy director of the Customs Department, told AFP.

All reptiles have been found alive, he added.

“This is a large market, this could be for the local market or for export, we are investigating,” the executing agency said in a statement.

“On the basis of public disclosure, customs agents cleared the airport’s cargo area and found five suspected cases,” the statement said.

“He arrived at KLIA on the Etihad Airways flight from Antananarivo airport in Madagascar.”

The golden and Madagascar plow turtle and due to poaching is the most threatened turtle in the world.
Madagascar’s radiated tortoise – considered one of the most beautiful species of animal – is fast becoming extinct due to hunting its meat kitchen and illegal pet trade.

Abdul Wahid said that the contents of the boxes were marked as stones and the address of the recipient was false.

Malaysia banned the importation of animals in danger of extinction. Any person convicted of the crime may be imprisoned for up to three years and imposed a fine.

Elizabeth John, Senior Communications Manager of the Wildlife Trade Monitoring Network said that turtle transport followed the busts of other animal products from Africa, including the rhinoceros and pangolin tags.

“With the series of the latest convulsions of Africa’s wildlife, law enforcement agencies in Malaysia sends a strong warning to the traffickers that mean the companies,” he told AFP.

Juan said that transport routes used in recent cases indicate the need for greater control of Middle East airports.

The golden and Madagascar plow turtle and due to poaching is the most threatened turtle in the world.
Madagascar’s radiated tortoise – considered one of the most beautiful species of animal – is fast becoming extinct due to hunting its meat cuisine and illegal pet trade.

Abdul Wahid said that the contents of the boxes were marked as stones and the address of the recipient was false.

Malaysia banned the importation of animals in danger of extinction. Any person convicted of the crime may be imprisoned for up to three years and imposed a fine.

Elizabeth John, Senior Communications Manager of the Wildlife Trade Monitoring Network said that turtle transport followed the busts of other animal products from Africa, including the rhinoceros and pangolin tags.

“With the series of the latest convulsions of Africa’s wildlife, law enforcement agencies in Malaysia sends a strong warning to the traffickers that mean the companies,” he told AFP.

Juan said that the transport routes used in recent cases indicate the need for greater control of airports in the Middle East

Iraq retakes Tal Afar centre, citadel from Islamic State

Iraqi forces led the Islamic state from the center of Tal Afar and its historic citadel, said Saturday, putting them on the point of fully resuming one of the last strongholds in the country.

Progress, a few days later, in a strategic city, comes six weeks after Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has declared victory over jihadists in the second city of Mosul, where the jihadist group said its “caliphate” in 2014.

“Units of the Counter-Terrorism Service liberated areas of the Citadel and Basatrie and raised the Iraqi flag over the citadel,” Operation Commander General Abdulamir Yarallah said in a statement.

The STC and federal police units also seized three districts in the north and the Al-Rabia district west of the citadel a day after taking the district of Al-Talia to the south.

Clashes occurred in the northern suburbs and Iraqi forces have dealt with late pockets of jihadists inside the city, Yarallah said.

Troops and government units of the Hashed al-Shaabi paramilitary coalition, backed by a US-led coalition against IS, launched an assault Sunday after weeks of coalition and Iraqi air strikes.

Tal Afar is situated on a strategic road between the SI controlled territories in Syria and Mosul, 70 kilometers (40 miles) further east.

Progress has been much faster than in Mosul, Iraq’s second city, which fell to Iraqi forces in July after a tough nine-month battle.

Officials said they hoped to announce victory in Tal Afar by Eid al-Adha, Muslim festivities are expected to begin in Iraq on Sept. 2.

Most of the 200,000 inhabitants of Tal Afar, most of them Shia Turkmens, whose beliefs are anathema to IS Sunni strategists, fled when the jihadists arrived.

Pro-government forces have faced an obstacle blocked roads with landfills and strategically secured trucks, as well as the bombing of snipers and mortars.

Troops also said they discovered a network of underground tunnels used by jihadists to launch attacks behind the lines of territory already conquered or to escape.

The International Organization for Migration said “thousands of civilians” had fled Tal Afar since the start of the offensive.

Those fleeing in the desert areas face high temperatures for long periods of time, putting them at risk of dehydration, said Viren Falcao of the Danish Council for Refugees.

Once Tal Afar resumes, Baghdad is expected to launch a new offensive in Hawija, 300 kilometers north of Baghdad.

IS is also present in the immense western province of Anbar, where it controls several areas along the Syrian border with war-torn Syria, including the Al-Qaim region.

The jihadist group lost much of the controlled territory and thousands of combatants died.

France’s foreign and defense ministers traveled to Baghdad on Saturday to affirm their country’s support in the fight against IS.

Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian and Defense Minister Florence Parly, who arrived in the Iraqi capital on Friday night, are scheduled to meet with Abadi.

French forces carried out air strikes and artillery in support of Iraqi operations.

“As long as our common enemy has not been eradicated, France will continue to participate” in the campaign, Parly said.

Market Live: Sensex, Nifty volatile; MPC rate decision eyed; Marico falls 5%

Market Live: Sensex, Nifty volatile; MPC rate decision eyed; Marico falls 5%

14:48 Checking the market pegs equity remained stable in the afternoon, the Sensex gyrantant around 32,500 compared to the decision of the Monetary Policy Committee rate Wednesday.

The BSE Sensex 30 shares fell 26.01 points 32 488.93 and 50% NSE Nifty gained 6.05 points 10 083.15.

The breadth of the market remained weak as about three stocks fell for every two rising stocks on BSE.

14.30 Gross Profit: Red El├ęctrica’s state first quarter profit rose 20 percent year on year to Rs 2.058 crore and billing could increase 16 percent to Rs 7.108 crore.

Operating profit should increase by 14.5 percent to Rs 5208 crore, but the margin may cost 120 basis points, to 87.3 percent compared to the same quarter of the previous year, according to the average of the Estimates analysts consulted by CNBC-TV18.

The company is expected to report the capitalization of assets in the range of Rs 8,000-9,000 crore in the quarter. Transportation segment revenue is expected to show annual growth of 23 percent.

2:12 pm Marico Q1 misses estimates: Marico results have been a mistake in all estimates after a 12% decline in its net profit in the June quarter at Rs 236 crore against Rs 268 crore posted during in The same period last year.

The consumer goods group also saw a decline of almost 4 percent. 100 of its consolidated sales for the current period of Rs Rs 1 692.4 compared to Rs 1,754.3 crores published in the June, 2016 quarter.

The decline in revenues could have been driven by a 9% growth in volumes.

Consolidated earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) also fell by 13 percent to Rs 324.3 crore.

The company posted operating profit of Rs 374 crore in the same period last year, while the operating margin was also below 19.3% versus 21.3% year-on-year.

In reaction to the results, the stock fell almost 5 percent intraday as investors were cautious about the stock.

13:55 Car sales: sales of Mahindra and Mahindra in July height of analysts’ expectations, total sales rose 6.25%, to stand at 60,579 units compared to 57,011 units sold in the same month last year.

Car sales for the month increased 6% over last year to $ 41,747 vehicles, while exports fell drastically by 52% to $ 1,855 units, the company has said in its presentation.

Sales of passenger cars grew 21% to 20,962 units and commercial vehicle sales by 20% to 19,152 units in July compared to the previous year.

Sales of commercial vehicles also increased by 14 percent, but vehicle sales fell 3 percent to 21 3,777 units over the past month.

H & M said that tractor sales in July increased 7% to $ 18,832 units, compared to 17,553 units sold in the same month of the previous year.

Abu Dujana killed in Kashmir’s Pulwama encounter: 1 dead in stone-pelting; mobile, internet services suspended

Abu Dujana killed in Kashmir’s Pulwama encounter: 1 dead in stone-pelting; mobile, internet services suspended

One person was killed and several were injured on Tuesday after security forces opened fire on protesters near the stones dating from Pulwama, where two militants were killed, police said.

Although there is no official word on the identity of the deceased, the people who took him to the hospital said his name was Firdous Ahmad said a police officer.

“A person injured by firearm had died in Pulwama district hospital,” said the official.

As of Tuesday, the top commander of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LET), Abu Dujana, a Pakistani national wanted in connection with numerous attacks against security forces, and assistance was killed at a meeting in Pulwama district, Kashmir , According to ITP. .

While security forces were involved in the operation against militancy more than 100 protesters gathered stones in front of him, a military official said.

Screenshot of LeT Commander Abu Dujana. Screenshot of LeT Commander Abu Dujana.

Giving details of the operation, the official said that security forces launched a sealing and search operation in the Hakripora region, Pulwama, last night following information about the presence of Abu Dujana and his local support, Arif Lilhaari in the region.

A meeting erupted between militants and security forces blocked Tuesday morning.

At a press conference after Tuesday’s meeting Jammu and Kashmir, IG Muneer Khan said: “The shooting was suppressed, and the two have been neutralized.

Despite our warning, people demand that militants stand between the operative parts. Today it happened the same way and we lost a civilian life. Let the security forces do their job.

I want to take this opportunity and make a new appeal to people in motion or injury, alteration or not, operations will continue. ”

“Dujana had become a nuisance in the area. It had become a horror for everyone, especially girls.

Landing good, that’s all … But Let’s address was affected. We hunt other leaders in the region, “said General Lieutanent J Sandhu, GOC 15 Corps.

“You have to be careful because there are a lot of militants and they ask people to participate in their activities.

The Internet will be suspended because we do not want people to get involved in the propaganda. Let’s see and resolve the situation, “Sandhu said.

RR Bhatnagar, DG CRPF, told India Today: “As far as public order is concerned, we are there to manage it, this does not have a list, the operation against militancy is an ongoing process.”

Speaking of News18, according to the same sources, in a specific implementation of the house where terrorists were blocked, gheraoed and operations began around 4:30.

Dujana, the brain behind the attacks on Udhampur and Pampore, is supposed to be on the first floor with an assistant. Official sources told News18 that the last fire was heard around 9:30.

Outer Banks: Power outage has been a jolt to summer tourism

Outer Banks: Power outage has been a jolt to summer tourism

(CNN) Normally, this month is in the sweet spot for tourism in the lower islands of North Carolina’s famed Outer Banks.

Janet Dawson had her 37-room motel in Buxton to herself on Monday, the fifth day of a massive power outage that has brought tourism to a virtual standstill on Hatteras and Ocracoke islands.
An emotional Dawson was particularly worried after utility officials late Sunday said repairs to power cables damaged last week could take between one to two weeks.
“The Cape Hatteras Motel is a great place to stay. She’s had all the motel’s reservations, and she’s already lost tens of thousands of dollars.
“Two weeks would put us out of business, two weeks beyond the pale … I think we could limp along, but we would run out of money and would have to close some time in winter.”
Some might wish the weather along the Atlantic Ocean this week would match the dour mood. That’s not the case.
The forecast for the next couple of days is sunny, with highs in the low 80s, and winds of about 17 mph.
What are you doing to fix the problem?
Residents have been in the dark since Thursday morning, when a crew working for PCL Construction, the company building the new Herbert C. Bonner Bridge at Oregon Inlet, accidentally drove a steel casing into an underground transmission line.
The mishap cut off power from that point south to Ocracoke, the southern terminus of the Outer Banks, the string of barrier islands spanning most of North Carolina’s northern coast.
Since then, thousands of visitors on Hatteras and Ocracoke islands were ordered to evacuate. Businesses and residents are tapping into a growing number of generators. They were asked to curtail the use of air conditioning.
The most moderate temperatures going into the week heartened Ocracoke residents: Load on generators were so low they could have unrestricted use of air conditioning and appliances on Monday.
There was some more good news. Cape Hatteras Electric Cooperative said only two of three underground cables were damaged. And the utility was trying two ways to restore power.
The first is to excavate down to the damaged cables and splice them. Splicing on the first damaged cable was complete.
“Installation efforts began early this morning on the second solution – building a new overhead transmission line that will run from the south end of the Bonner Bridge to meet the cooperative’s existing overhead transmission line,” the utility said.
Tough time for tourism, residents
The endless stretches of beaches on Ocracoke and Hatteras should have been packed with tourists from all over the country, trying to catch the sun’s rays and splash in the surf before summer ends.
Amy Bloom, a teacher from New York, said she was looking forward to taking a weeklong vacation on Hatteras Island with her family, a tradition that has spanned a decade. But eleven news of the evacuation broke, Bloom said she was down thousands of dollars and was left scrambling for a new plan.
Bloom said she empathizes with the companies and people who live on the islands and are suffering an economic loss because of the power outage. But she said someone has to be held accountable.
PCL Construction “has insurance, they should be helping out,” Bloom said, referring to the company refunding people and businesses affected by the power outage. “It was not a hurricane, it was not an electric issue. Someone was responsible for this, so I hope they do the right thing.”
Angela Conner Tawes, manager of Conner’s Supermarket, a third-generation grocery store in Buxton, said missing two weeks is “a huge deal” for the business.
“This is unusual,” Tawes said. “We usually face situations like following hurricane, when we are dealing with the cleanup after the storm … it’s a bad situation, we just have to get through it.”

WikiLeaks Publishes Searchable Archive of Macron Campaign Emails

WikiLeaks Publishes Searchable Archive of Macron Campaign Emails

PARIS (Reuters) – On Monday WikiLeaks had posted a search file on what he said more than 21,000 verified email associated with key figures of the French President’s election campaign Emmanuel Macron.

The stolen data has been deposited on the Internet in May, on the eve of the match between Macron and far-right opponent Marine Le Pen.

A few hours after the escape, the Macron staff said it had been targeted by a “massive and coordinated” piracy operation.

His Republican Party on the Move (LREM) said on Monday that emails published by Wikileaks appeared to be the same as those described May 5 and warned that fake documents were mixed with authentic documents.

“Republic in motion demands vigilance over these publications,” he said in a statement. “Under the novelty appearance, WikiLeaks did with control of the d├ętriburation operation of May.”

The transfer of the document came too late in the campaign to have a direct influence on the elections, in part because the election commission has warned that it was a crime to publish the details of emails before the vote.

French newspapers have reviewed the documents have already said that they had nothing scandalous to report. By transforming the container into a database, WikiLeaks documents have made it readily available to any Internet user.

The trick has been compared to the US election campaign of 2016, during which US intelligence claimed that Russia had hampered Donald Trump’s benefit. Russia denies.

The team also accused Macron of Russian interests in part, previous attempts to interfere with his campaign. The Kremlin denied that it was such actions.

WikiLeaks said it released the leaks now, after verifying the authenticity of e-mail addresses. He did not say how e-mails were obtained, but quoted a comment from a government responsible for cyber security that the data dump appeared to be the work of an “isolated individual,” apparently trying to minimize the theory that a foreign state was involved.

French police and intelligence officials have accused none of the campaign’s attacks.

WikiLeaks said it found 21,075 emails scanned in an e-mail archive and 71,848 26,506 attachments, which they also posted. They date from March 2009 and April 2017, the month of the first round of elections in France.

Macron was an investment banker in 2009 and joined the government of President Francois Hollande in 2012. He announced his attempt to become president in November 2016.

(Reporting by Richard Lough in Paris and Eric Auchard in Frankfurt, additional report Ingrid Melander, Edited by Alison Williams and Robin Pomeroy)

Flake: Republicans in denial about Trump

Flake: Republicans in denial about Trump

Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) Said Monday that the Republican Party is in denial of the first few months of Trump’s President’s office, calling on GOP members to vote against some of rhetorical and political leader .

“First, we must not hesitate to say whether the president” plays at the base “in order to damage the ability of the Republican Party to grow and to speak to a wider audience,” he writes in a magazine publication Politician quickly attracted attention online.

“Second, Republicans should take a long-term view on free trade: populist and protectionist policies could play well in the short term, putting their disability in the long run.”

“Third, Republicans must defend the institutions and prerogatives that the filibuster Senate, who have served us well for more than two centuries,” said Flake.

The Arizona senator, who was re-elected in 2018, said conservatives are partly responsible for raising Trump because of his concentration on former President Barack Obama instead of “progressing from a conservative policy program.”

“It was the conservatives who, according to Obama’s election, said our number one priority was not advancing a conservative political agenda, but Obama has been president of a single term – the corollary of this binary thinking is that its failure would make our Success and the fate of the population that would be solved in the meantime, “said Flake.

The Arizona Republican has criticized Trump – to his original proposal for the travel ban in January, for example – and again on Monday slammed the administration for his rhetoric about Russia’s electoral interference.

“Even if our own government documents a concerted attack on our democratic process by a hostile foreign power, our own White House denied the authority of its own intelligence services, diminishing its astute democratic results and deception,” said Flake . “The conduct that would have been conservative in the arms if it had been exposed by our political opponents surprised us now.”

The senator, who recently said that Republicans who did not call Trump are accomplices, said the GOP was in denial this year. So far, Congress has not enacted health legislation, while the administration was forced to cope with multiple staff shakes and fought against the deployment of its travel ban.

“To continue in the spring of 2017 as if it were happening, everything that came close to normality required a certain suspension of critical faculties. And a huge power of denial,” said Flake.

“The White House has done good things,” said Flake host Bret Baier, citing designation of Supreme Court justices Neil Gorsuch and regulatory reforms.

“We adopted a tax reform,” he added. “This will be a major uprising. I think it is not as difficult as health reform, but it is difficult” and require “a very disciplined administration and Congress” to do so.

No let-up in spying amid tit-for-tat Russian sanctions: U.S. official

No let-up in spying amid tit-for-tat Russian sanctions: U.S. official

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Russia still carries out a spying campaign against the United States despite sanctions and daily advertising interference from Moscow in the 2016 US presidential election, said the senior US counter-espionage official In an interview.

William Evanina, the National Anti-Spy Executive, describes a wide range of challenges facing his agency: piracy of government secrets and industry; Industrial espionage; Government employees and contractors who share secrets with the media and groups such as WikiLeaks and the foreign acquisition of the strategic industries of the United States.

Evanina spoke to Reuters on Friday, the same day Russia responded in the Cold War era to a new round of US sanctions ordering Washington to cut off diplomatic personnel and said it grabbed two US troops. Diplomatic properties.

Russian President Vladimir Poutine said 755 people had to leave their jobs, even though they are Russian citizens.

Congress voted last week mainly to further punish Russia with the findings of US intelligence agencies that Moscow had used cyber warfare and other methods to interfere in the elections, which Putin has repeatedly denied.

Last December, President Barack Obama has expelled 35 Russian diplomats, intelligence agents and sanctioned Russian personnel and expelled two Russian representatives from US diplomatic representatives.

Evanina said that losing compounds was a “major blow to the Russians – meaningful … and I’m not even sure we can measure …”.

However, he said that US agencies “have not seen an impediment or a decrease – or increase” in Russian espionage activity over the past year. “I can tell you that the FBI does not have less work.”

However Evanina recognized that in eye-for-eye expulsions, the US Has more to lose than Moscow.

“We have a significant size … smaller than it exists, it will always be disproportionate.”

The United States has long conducted its own operations of spying and aggressive electronic surveillance against Russia and, before that, the Soviet Union.

Reduced personnel from Russia and the United States will reduce ownership of diplomatic infrastructure that countries often have to carry out foreign affairs – and spies.

Evanina said the Russian spy strategy has changed over the past five to seven years, no longer exclusively dependent intelligence agents officially employed by its spy agencies.

Now, he said, it also involves sending businessmen, engineers and other travelers in the United States who work as contractors for the intelligence services.
Evanina declined to comment on US investigations into election-year activities in Moscow and whether President Donald Trump’s campaign was colluding with Russian officials. Trump denies any collusion.

He said that over the past year, he has worked intensively with the US private sector to protect critical infrastructure and supply chains from external threats.

President Xi says China loves peace but won’t compromise on sovereignty

President Xi says China loves peace but won’t compromise on sovereignty

PEKIN (Reuters) – China, it loves peace, but will never compromise to defend its sovereignty, said President Tuesday Xi Jinping, which marks 90 years since the founding of the People’s Liberation Army.

China has shaken nerves around Asia and around the world with its steadily growing position in territorial disputes in the East and South China Seas and an ambitious military modernization plan.

Relations with Taiwan’s auto have also worsened since Tsai Ing-wen, the Progressive Independent Progressive Party, won last year’s presidential election. China considers Taiwan to be a distant province, to be controlled by force by Beijing if necessary.

Xi, speaking at the Great Hall of the People, made no direct reference to a particular territorial dispute, trying to ensure that China’s intentions were silent, but also show that China would not be intimidated.

“We Chinese people love peace. We never seek aggression or expansion, but we have the confidence to overcome all the invasions,” Xi said in comments published live on public television.

“We will never allow any nation, organization or political party to divide any part of Chinese territory out of the country at any time, in any form,” he said. “No one should expect us to evaluate the bitter fruits that undermine our sovereign interests, security and development.”

The army has been a central target of the anti-corruption campaign of the Xi Grand, with several senior officials, including Xu Caihou, Guo Boxiong and Gu Junshan, were sacrificed for grafting since Xi took office.

Xi said that after five years of hard work, the EPL had managed to “reshape” its organization and power structure and public image.

Paramilitary police standing outside the Great Hall of the People, after which marks the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Army, the People’s Liberation in Beijing, China August 1, 2017 ceremony.
Damir Sagolj

A reorganization of the army’s senior posts during a key five-year Communist Party meeting in the fall should reinforce its grip, and Xi repeatedly reiterated the Party’s “absolute leadership” over the army.

“To build a strong army, [we] must adhere to the absolute leadership of the Party on the armed forces, and ensure that the people’s army follows the party,” Xi said.

Quoting Chairman Mao Zedong, the founder of modern China, Xi said: “Our principle is that the Party sends the gun and the gun should not be allowed to control the party.”

China has not fought a war for decades and the government insists it has no hostile intent, but only needs the good defense of the second world economy.

China’s armed forces, the world’s largest, are in the midst of an ambitious modernization program, which includes investment in technology and new equipment, such as poachers and aircraft carriers, as well as troop cuts.

A soldier survived 48 hours of terror in Vietnam. Today, he received the Medal of Honor.

A soldier survived 48 hours of terror in Vietnam. Today, he received the Medal of Honor.

President Trump presented on Monday the medal of honor to an army veteran, there are 48, repeatedly risked his life to save 10 comrades during a deadly battle and a long day on the central coast of Vietnam.

Recognizing James McCloughan, now a retired 71-year-old Michigan professor, Trump said in a beautiful story of altruism and courage, the occasional slip to emphasize the battle was hellish and that McCloughan and other Americans survivors overcome these opportunities Extraordinary.

“He was one of the 32 who fought to the end,” said the president, casting a glimpse of McCloughan, who stood stoically walking Trump right, “and carried out his camp against more than 2,000 enemy troops. I speak for everyone when I say that we fear their actions and their value “.

The brief but emotional ceremony at the White House was the first time Trump has brought the highest price of the country’s battle.

Among the participants, there were 10 men who fought with McCloughan in Tam Ky in May 1969, five of whose former life-long combat bout believed to be rescue, Trump said.

The medal of honor is the second McCloughan unit: the Charlie Company, 3rd Battalion, 21 Infantry Regiment. Another doctor, the soldier.

Dan Shea, died in the same operation by performing a wounded soldier to safety. For her courage, Shea was posthumously recognized in 1971.

It is difficult to evaluate which one of going out with the death McCloughan in Tam Ky was the most painful.

There were so many. In the vicious battle 48 hours McCloughan – who was known as Doc – risked his life at least nine times to rescue injured or trapped comrades, and helped prevent major forces from North Vietnam from overtaking them.
“As one of his companions remembers,” Trump said, “the one who calls” doctor “could count on McCloughan right away.He is a brave man …. He climbed through a thick rice paddy with rain of steel.

This means bullets everywhere. As the soldiers watched, they were sure it was the last time they would see Doc. They thought it was the end of their friend Jim. ”

The operation began on May 13, 1969. This morning, elements of the Charlie Company were transported into the foliage a few miles off the coast. They were immediately attacked and two US helicopters were shot down.

President Trump will award the medal of honor to Spec. James McCloughan for his service during the Vietnam War as a combat physician. (The US Army)
Only 23 when his unit hit the camp in March 1969, McCloughan and his colleagues found with the fierce enemy determined to push Americans at any cost.

“I was initiated on the first day,” he recalled in a recent interview with army biographers. “We got to our first ambush, we had a dying man, I had a few people to repair, and I was shot by a man.

This is a lot to digest on your first day. But I did not know I was going to deal with something like Tam Ky. “