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- The first phase of the effort to artificially increase rainfall over Saudi Arabia has started this week in Riyadh, Qassim and Hail. Saudi Arabia authorities approved the operation in an effort to increase the amount of rainfall in the Kingdom, which currently receives less than 100 mm (3.9 inches) of rain, making it one of the driest countries in the world. The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) said that its operations room opened on Monday, April 25 at the center’s headquarters in Riyadh and the first flights took place in the region surrounding the capital. NCM said they achieved their goals in terms of the results and timing of the seeding operations, adding that they will issue periodic updates on progress.
- A reputed federal informant and whistleblower who went missing after he was reported to have turned over a trove of secret files about Deutsche Bank was found dead at a Los Angeles school this week, a police official said Wednesday. Records of the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner do not list a cause of death. The office deferred a preliminary finding to allow for additional examination and toxicology testing, according to records released Thursday. Broeksmit supplied the documents to journalists and others, including Fusion GPS, the research firm linked to an unverified dossier about Trump.
- [ Defund The Police ] Several neighborhoods in the affluent North Side community of Chicago have hired private police amid an increase in carjackings and other crimes, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday. Crime rates have spiked in several neighborhoods on the North Side, including Lincoln Park, Bucktown and Lakeview, prompting citizens to call upon P4, a private security firm, for protection, according to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
- Biden admin sets up a “Disinformation Governance Board” under the Department of Homeland Security headed by a “Russia expert” who called Hunter’s laptop a “Trump campaign product”. Nina Jankowicz will head the new DHS board. In October 2020, Jankowicz seemed to find the letter signed by 50 former NatSec officials and five former CIA directors saying the Hunter Biden laptop story was likely a Russian influence operation convincing enough. The letter later turned out to be disinformation.
- Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is recalling five batches of its hypertension drug Accupril after it was found to contain chemicals that can cause cancer. The recall comes after research found that batches of the drug contained increased levels of a cancer-causing agent, nitrosamine. It was announced on March 22 and involves five batches of pills, each containing 90 bottles. Pfizer says those bottles may have been split into smaller prescriptions, and has urged any doctor or pharmacist who dealt with the shipments in question to contact them immediately. The drugs were distributed in the United States and Puerto Rico between December 2019 and April 2022.
- Conservative Twitter users have noticed a massive uptick in followers and engagement following Elon Musk’s Twitter buy, while leftists on the platform are experiencing the inverse, prompting some to wonder if the company is undoing evidence that it rigged the reach of people it deemed to be undesirable. The trend is so extreme that it prompted Twitter to address it, claiming that it is all organic owing to new accounts being created and existing accounts being deactivated.
- Bank of Namibia spokesperson Kazembire Zemburuka says the bank is unable to process payments on behalf of the government to Namibian students in Russia due to the removal of Russian commercial banks from the Swift banking network. The Bank is now exploring other alternatives, Zemburuka says. The president of the Namibian Students in the Russian Federation and Commonwealth of Independent States, Wilhelmina Uundonga, says students are struggling to get access to funds in their bank accounts. Uundonga says some students have started to open new accounts with banks that are not under sanctions. This will also delay payments to Russia for oil and gas exports.
- Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has accused Australia of being hypocritical in its opposition to the Pacific country’s recent security pact with China. He argued that Canberra had not consulted with its other partners last year when it unveiled a security deal with the US and Britain, known as AUKUS, which paves the way for Australia to acquire nuclear-powered submarines. “I learned of the AUKUS treaty in the media. One would expect that as a member of the Pacific family, Solomon Islands and members of the Pacific should have been consulted to ensure this AUKUS treaty is transparent,” Sogavare told his country’s parliament on Friday.
- Russia has decided when it will pull out of the International Space Station (ISS), and will give a year’s notice to its partners, Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin said on Saturday. In an interview with the Rossiya-24 TV channel, the head of the space agency said that although a timeframe has been set, the authorities “are not obliged to speak about it publicly.” Rogozin earlier said Western sanctions imposed over Russia’s military offensive on Ukraine are preventing Roscosmos from proceeding with “business as usual” when it comes to joint work with the US and other Western countries on the ISS. He also said that if he could he would already have cased cooperation.
- Turkey will not participate in NATO drills amid escalating tensions with neighboring Greece, local media reported on Saturday, citing security sources. Ankara was scheduled to send its F-16 Fighting Falcon jets to the annual ‘Tiger Meet’ drill, which will be held at the Araxos Air Base in western Greece from May 9 to May 22. According to reports, the Turkish Air Force Command considered that the wording used by Athens in technical documentation relating to the drills was contrary to international law and demanded that it be changed, but Greece refused to do so.
- Canadian police said seven people were arrested and 24 vehicles were towed at a motorcycle rally in downtown Ottawa on Friday. Bikers rolled into the country’s capital, while a group of anti-Covid mandate protesters on foot gathered outside the parliament building, some holding Canadian flags and playing loud music. Canadian media, however, reported that the event is linked to Freedom Fighters Canada (FFC), a group that opposes Covid-19 mandates and other so-called “tyrannical” legislation.
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