News Burst 26 February 2020

News Burst 26 February 2020

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News Burst 26 February 2020

  • Saudi officials have ordered the arrest of Saudi Arabian female rapper Ayasel Slay over her song “Bint Mecca,” or “Girl from Mecca,” claiming that the track’s music video is offensive to the holy city of Mecca, which is believed to be the birthplace of the Prophet Muhammad. VIDEO
  • The FBI and NYPD detectives raided the Manhattan headquarters of fashion executive Peter Nygard on Tuesday morning in connection with an ongoing sex-trafficking investigation. The 78-year-old Nygard has been under investigation for at least five months by a joint child-exploitation task force overseen by the Manhattan US attorney’s office. According to the report, at least four women have accused Nygard in a lawsuit of sexually assaulting them when they were 14 and 15.
  • The number of Chinese visitors canceling trips to Japan is expected to reach 400,000 by the end of March due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Japan Association of Travel Agents announced earlier in February.
  • A couple of week ago, Disney CEO Bob Iger was on CNBC talking about his contract extension to 2021 and offering some bullish comments about the coronavirus and Disney. This week, he’s out. Disney revealed in a press release published minutes after the market close that the longtime CEO is out, and will instead assume an “executive chairman”-type role through 2021.
  • Police on Monday arrested four persons involved in trafficking of Red Panda hides in Kathmandu district, Nepal. Acting on a tip-off that endangered red panda hides were being trafficked and sold, a team of security personnel carried out the onsite investigation and arrested all four of them after a red panda hide was found.

 

  • The Pope’s pregnant receptionist has been found dead in her apartment on the outskirts of the city. Miriam Wuolou, a 34-year-old of Eritrean origin, was seven-months pregnant when her body was discovered. She had worked at Pope Francis’ home and a priests’ guesthouse called Santa Marta for years. The Italian press reports she worked as a kind of gatekeeper for the Pontiff, as well as for the bishops and cardinals who stay there.
  • The issue of what to do with the treated radioactive water being stored at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant is nearing its boiling point. Despite plans to install more tanks by the end of the year, the plant’s operator is projected to run out of space around summer 2022.
  • Ten people have been killed and over 150 injured in clashes between opposing groups of protesters in New Delhi, police said on Tuesday, riots that overshadowed US President Donald Trump’s first visit to India. The clashes, the worst in the capital since unrest over a new citizenship law began in December, started at the weekend but turned deadly on Monday. Fresh violence erupted in multiple areas of northeast Delhi on Tuesday, just miles away from where Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met for talks.
  • How could it be that while the number of cases climbs among Laos’s immediate neighbors, this small nation bordering China itself, remains free of the new coronavirus? For a country of only 7 million, with few urban centers and a capital city of under one million inhabitants, is it possible, despite however improbable, that the virus has not spread?
  • Senior member says IOC has three months to decide fate of Tokyo Olympics.

 

  • Last 4 Italian victims of CoviD were 84, 83, 91, 76 years old.
  • A Norfolk Island group is calling on the Australian Government to remove land rates, which it says “would lead to dispossession of the island’s people”. The island is a former convict colony with a land size only 35sq.km, and a population of around 1,800. It is located about 1500km east of Brisbane, Australia, and is home of the Norfolk Islanders of Pitcairn descent, with land still held in family names.

 

 

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  • Severe Tropical Cyclone Ferdinand (Category 3) – N of W Australia’s coast – 85/120 kts↓ – 960 hPa ↓ Moving W-SW 4 kts – Weakening

 

 

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