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  • An Instagram outage that started Monday morning is locking users out and telling many of them that “we suspended your account on October 31, 2022.” Reports of the issue seem concentrated among iPhone users, with some saying their app was recently crashing and unusable ahead of an update earlier this morning. The platform confirmed the issue on Twitter, stating, “We’re aware that some of you are having issues accessing your Instagram account. We’re looking into it and apologize for the inconvenience.”

 

  • In the few years since its launch, TikTok has already altered the face of the social media landscape, attracting more than 1 billion users and leading competitors to replicate some of its most unique features. The impact of that explosive growth and the ‘TikTok-ification’ of the internet at large on social media users remains little understood, experts warn, exacerbating concerns about the impact of social media on our habits and mental health. “It’s embarrassing that we know so little about TikTok and its effects,” said Philipp Lorenz-Spreen, a research scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin. “What that does to the brain, we don’t know,” said Lorenz-Spreen.

 

  • Brazilian leftist leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva narrowly defeated President Jair Bolsonaro in a runoff election, but the far right incumbent did not concede defeat, raising concerns that he might contest the result.

 

  • Election officials have been alerted to safe-proof their voting systems and be vigilant about political violence amid a “very complex threat environment,” top cybersecurity official Jen Easterly said.

 

  • The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in two major cases involving Harvard University and the University of North Carolina that could imperil decades-old affirmative action policies that factor race into student admissions to boost Black and Hispanic enrollment on American campuses.

 

  • Twitter will revise its user verification process, Elon Musk said in a tweet, just days after he took over one of the world’s most influential social media platforms.

 

  • [Weekly Asteroid] An asteroid the size of a large skyscraper is zipping past Earth around Halloween at a relatively close distance of just over 2 million kilometers, according to NASA estimates. The celestial body, designated 2022 RM4, was detected last weekend and is considered “potentially hazardous” due to its parameters – which are between 330 and 740 meters (1082 to 2427 feet). Its closest approach to Earth on November 1 will make it about 2.3 million kilometers (1.4 million miles) away, roughly six times more than the average distance to the Moon. The US space agency flags as potential threats all asteroids that come within some 7.5 million kilometers (4.6 million miles) and measure at least 140 meters (459 feet). Such objects are tracked by many astronomers to check if their orbits were calculated correctly.

 

  • Climate activists from the ‘Just Stop Oil’ group have sprayed paint onto several major buildings in Central London, all of which “represent the pillars” supporting the fossil fuel industry, according to the group. In a statement posted online, Just Stop Oil said they had “sprayed orange paint from fire extinguishers” on the Home Office, the MI5 building, the Bank of England, and the headquarters of News Corp at London Bridge at 8:30am on Monday morning. The four buildings chosen “represent the pillars that support and maintain the power of the fossil fuel economy – government, security, finance and media,” the statement said.

 

  • Joe Biden “lost his temper” when Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky asked him for more military aid immediately after the US President informed him that Washington would send $1 billion, NBC News reported on Monday. “Biden had barely finished telling Zelensky” about the $1 billion package when “Zelensky started listing all the additional help he needed and wasn’t getting,” the report continued. “Biden lost his temper,” White House sources said, adding that the relationship between the two presidents has since improved.

 

  • The UN is closely watching how Twitter is being used after Elon Musk’s buyout amid concerns over the promotion of hate speech on social media, Spokesperson Stephane Dujarric said on Monday. “We have expressed our concern that Twitter and other social media companies can not be used as a platform for accelerating hate, disinformation or discrimination… We are watching the situation very closely,” Dujarric told a briefing. The UN has not had any specific contacts with Twitter, he added.

 

  • European Union and NATO countries have taken in millions of Ukrainian refugees since the start of the Russian military operation there in February. But recent reports suggest the guests have outstayed their welcome in countries unready to host so many. Europeans are increasingly tiring of their Ukrainian refugee guests — many in their own homes — as the conflict enters its ninth month. Now Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s government has told them not to come back soon, for fear of overloading the electrical network crippled by Russian missile and drone strikes. Nearly eight million Ukrainians have fled the country since February 24, most of them to European Union (EU) and NATO member states that support the Kiev regime’s attacks on the people of the eastern Donbass region, which recently voted to join the Russian Federation. But why is “the Europe of solidarity” turning its back on the nation that leaders wanted to welcome into its economic and military blocs?

 

  • Observational cosmologists are actively searching for a “new physics” that may solve the enduring enigma of our rapidly expanding Universe. Quasars, the ancient cores of galaxies where a supermassive black hole is actively pulling in matter from its surroundings at very intense rates, may hold the clue to solving the mystery. Luminous quasars –like the cosmic squall known as the “Teacup” buried at the center of its host galaxy– outshine their host, and can easily be detected at extreme distances in the early universe. Investigating the history of our cosmos with a large sample of distant ‘active’ galaxies observed by ESA’s XMM-Newton in 2019, a team of astronomers found there might be more to the early expansion of the universe than predicted by the standard model of cosmology. According to the leading scenario, our universe contains only a few percent of ordinary matter. One quarter of the cosmos is made of the elusive dark matter, which we can feel gravitationally but not observe, and the rest consists of the even more mysterious dark energy that is driving the current acceleration of the universe’s expansion.
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News Burst 21 March 2024 A banking glitch in Ethiopia reportedly let customers withdraw unlimited funds. Now, state-owned Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) is trying to recover the $40-plus million that was withdrawn or transferred to other banks over the weekend,...

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News Burst 20 March 2024 ​The Israeli government is using starvation of civilians as a method of warfare in the occupied Gaza Strip, which is a war crime, Human Rights Watch said today. Israeli forces are deliberately blocking the delivery of water, food, and fuel,...

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News Burst 19 March 2024 The UN food agency says "famine is imminent" in northern Gaza, where an estimated 70% of the population faces catastrophic hunger. William Bell, Christian Aid's Head of Middle East Policy and Advocacy, commented: "Children in Gaza are dying of...

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News Burst 17 March 2024 ​Lolling with bright blue yoga mats, sleeping masks and travel pillows, hundreds of Mexicans laid sprawled out on the ground at the base of the Mexico City ’s iconic Monument to the Revolution to take a nap. Dubbed the “mass siesta,” the event...

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