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Based on Robert Jordan’s best-selling fantasy series, the show “The Wheel of Time” made its much-anticipated debut last week. The first three episodes of the show premiered together, and fans got a chance to start another great series. With The Wheel of Time episode 4 right around the corner, the excitement is soaring through the roof.

Regarding the new episode’s release date, it is all set to arrive on November 26, 2021. Due to Daylight Saving Time, it will follow the usual release schedule of 12:00 AM GMT, which is right around 5:30 AM IST. As for Americans or Britishers, you guys will get the episode on November 25, 2021, itself.

Similar to the first three episodes, the latest one will have a runtime of around 1hr. Hopefully, the creators will come up with something interesting in the new episode as the first three serve as the building blocks for the show.

Where To Watch ‘The Wheel Of Time’ Episode 4 Online?

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Amazon Prime Video has exclusive rights to stream the new adventure drama. You can check the new episode once it is released by heading over to this link. But make sure you have watched the first three episodes; otherwise, you will be lost.

You also need to have a paid subscription to Amazon Prime Video to access its catalog. However, if you are looking for options to stream TV shows for free, feel free to check our guide. All the websites on the list are legal as well.

What Will Happen In ‘The Wheel Of Time’ Episode 4?

The new episode is titled “Dragon Reborn,” and it will pick right up from where the third episode left it off. Meaning, Moiraine and others will struggle against one another. Additionally, the title suggests a possibility of a new power related to a dragon.

After all, the series is set in a fantasy world. That’s it for this article. What are your expectations from it? Feel free to let us know your views in the comments section below.

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Evil Genius 2 Release Date And Time For PS4, PS5, Xbox

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The real-time strategy and simulation game Evil Genius 2: World Domination is soon going to be available on consoles like PS4, PS5, and Xbox. So if you are looking for Evil Genius 2 release time, you have landed in the right place!

This game is a sequel to the 2004 Evil Genius game and is being developed by Rebellion Developments. It is a satirical spy-fi lair builder, where players can take control of an Evil Genius and set their plans for world domination in motion.

This game makes you feel good by letting you unleash your evil plans against the Forces of Justice. Here you can build your own unique evil lair, run a cover operation, train a band of criminal minions, defend your Lair from the Forces of Justice, and dominate the world with a Doomsday Device!

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Here is the release date and time for Evil Genius 2:

Release Date

You will be able to access Evil Genius 2: World Domination on PS4 and PS5, as well as, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S soon, as it is releasing on November 30, 2021.

Release Time

Here’s the Evil Genius 2 release time schedule for PS4 and PS4. The timings may vary for different regions so please check accordingly:

  • Pacific Time: 4:00 PM PT
  • British Time: 1:00 AM BST
  • European Time: 2:00 AM CEST

Evil Genius 2 Price

According to the official page, there are two versions of the game:

  • Standard Physical/Digital – $39.99
  • Deluxe Digital – $59.99

Those who preorder the game before November 30, 2021, will be eligible for claiming 3 unique loot items:

  • Fountain of Youth: Have your minions drink from this mythical body of water to give them a stat boost.
  • Trojan Horse: Place this legendary piece of woodwork in your Lair to unlock unique Schemes to complete across the world.
  • Aurora Borealis: Localized entirely in your lair, this beautiful distraction sits in your Cover Operation, with Agents and Tourists alike dazzled by the pretty lights.

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Ex-defense secretary sues over withheld material from Trump era memoir | Trump administration

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The former US defense secretary Mark Esper claims in a lawsuit against the defense department that material is being improperly withheld from him as he seeks to publish an “unvarnished and candid memoir” of his time in Donald Trump’s cabinet.

The lawsuit, which was filed on Sunday in the US district court in Washington, describes the memoir, A Sacred Oath, as an account of Esper’s tenure as army secretary from 2017 to 2019 and his 18 months as defense secretary, which ended when Trump fired him in a tweet just days after the president lost his reelection bid.

The period in which Esper was Pentagon chief was “an unprecedented time of civil unrest, public health crises, growing threats abroad, Pentagon transformation, and a White House seemingly bent on circumventing the Constitution”, the lawsuit says.

Esper and Trump were sharply divided over the use of the military during civil unrest in June 2020 following the killing of George Floyd. Other issues led the president to believe Esper was not sufficiently loyal while Esper believed he was trying to keep the department apolitical. Firing a defense secretary after an election loss was unprecedented, but the opening allowed Trump to install loyalists in top Pentagon positions as he continued to dispute his election loss.

The lawsuit contends that “significant text” in the memoir, scheduled for publication by William Morrow in May, is being improperly held under the guise of classification and that Esper maintains it contains no classified information. The suit notes that Esper is restricted by his secrecy agreements from authorising publication without Pentagon approval, or face possible civil and criminal liability.

The lawsuit quotes from a letter Esper sent to the defense secretary, Lloyd Austin, criticising the review process. He wrote that he had been asked not to quote Trump and others in meetings, not to describe conversations he had with Trump, and not to use certain verbs or nouns when describing historical events.

The letter describes other problematic subjects and says about 60 pages of the manuscript contained redactions at one point. Agreeing to all of those redactions would result in “a serious injustice to important moments in history that the American people need to know and understand”, Esper wrote.

The suit itself says some accounts Esper relates in the manuscript under consideration appeared to have been leaked to some mainstream media “possibly to undermine the impact” it would have had in his book.

Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby said the department was aware of Esper’s concerns. “As with all such reviews, the department takes seriously its obligation to balance national security with an author’s narrative desire. Given that this matter is now under litigation, we will refrain from commenting further,” he said in a statement.

Esper, 57, a West Point graduate and Gulf war veteran, said in a statement that he had waited for six months for the review process to play out but found “my unclassified manuscript arbitrarily redacted without clearly being told why”.

“I am more than disappointed the current administration is infringing on my first amendment constitutional rights. And it is with regret that legal recourse is the only path now available for me to tell my full story to the American people,” he said.

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