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  • Elon Musk’s SpaceX company has accused the Ukrainian military of using its Starlink internet service to power drones in its ongoing conflict with Russia — and says it has taken steps to restrict its ability to do so. Speaking at a Federal Aviation Administration conference in Washington on Wednesday, Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX’s chief operating officer, said that the Starlink satellite internet service was “never intended to be weaponized.” “Ukrainians have leveraged it in ways that were unintentional and not part of any agreement,” Shotwell said. “We know the military is using them for [communications], and that’s okay … but our intent was never to have them use it for offensive purposes.”


  • National Security Adviser to President Biden Jake Sullivan played a prominent role in plotting the September 26, 2022, sabotage against the Russo-European Nord Stream pipelines, Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh has revealed. In December 2021, Jake Sullivan, acting with Joe Biden’s blessing, convened men and women from the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the CIA, and the State and Treasury Departments to come up with a plan on how to destruct Nord Stream 1 and 2 designed to pump Russian natural gas to Europe, according to Seymour Hersh’s recent bombshell. In early 2022, the CIA told Sullivan that they knew how to blow up the pipelines. The group decided to keep the risky plot on a hush. The US Congress wasn’t informed. The US military and intelligence operatives did their best to conceal Washington’s role in the sabotage. As per the investigative journalist, the team had concerns about the legality of the plot and was well aware that it could quickly morph into a foreign policy nightmare.


  • On Wednesday, Sotheby’s unveiled a early abstract painting by Wassily Kandinsky that had recently been restituted to its original German-Jewish owners ahead of its London sales next month. The work, expected to fetch a price around $45 million, will be auctioned during its Impressionist and modern art evening sale taking place March 1. Kandinsky produced the large-scale abstract canvas, Murnau mit Kirche II (View of Murnau with church), in 1910, during a period considered by experts to be a seminal once for the Russian-born artist, who is known as a pioneering figure in abstraction.


  • American sanctions targeting Syria have disrupted relief efforts following catastrophic earthquakes that killed more than 15,000 people in the region earlier this week, the Chinese Foreign Ministry has said. Beijing urged the US to lift the penalties against Syria and “unlock the doors for humanitarian aid.” Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning was asked to comment on the sanctions during her daily press briefing on Wednesday, noting Washington’s history of intervention in Syria and the grave consequences for average citizens. “The devastating earthquakes – on top of years of war and turmoil – have left Syria in a terrible humanitarian crisis,” she said, adding that “frequent [US] military strikes and harsh economic sanctions have caused huge civilian casualties and taken away the means to subsistence of the Syrians.”


  • Another magnitude-7 earthquake could soon occur in western Türkiye, warns seismologist Dogan Perincek, noting that it could happen at any moment, according to his observations in the Marmara Sea. Speaking to RIA News, the expert stated that massive earthquakes happen in the region around the port city of Canakkale about every 250 years. The last one, according to Perincek, was 287 years ago, meaning that “the time has come.”


  • South Korea’s interior and safety minister, Lee Sang-min, has become the first cabinet official in the country’s history to be impeached, losing his job at least temporarily after the National Assembly on Wednesday voted to hold him responsible for the government’s handling of a crowd crush that left 159 people dead last October. The impeachment was approved by a 179-109 vote as the opposition-controlled legislature blamed Lee for alleged failures in disaster planning and response to the tragic Halloween stampede in Seoul’s Itaewon entertainment district. As a result, he will be suspended from his duties until South Korea’s Constitutional Court rules on whether to uphold the impeachment or give him back his job.


  • Almost 55 years after her village was destroyed by South Korean Marines fighting alongside the US in Vietnam, a judge in Seoul ruled that Nguyen Thi Thanh was the victim of a war crime and entitled to compensation. On Tuesday, Judge Park Jin-soo of the Seoul Central District Court ruled that what members of the Second Marine Brigade did to her family “clearly amounted to an illegal act​.” Ngyuen, 62, was entitled to compensation from the South Korean government in the amount of $23,900, he said. Lawyers representing Nguyen, who brought the case in 2020, hope it will create a precedent for prosecuting other atrocities committed in Vietnam by South Korean troops. Seoul had sent 320,000 troops to back the US war effort in Vietnam, the largest allied contingent in the conflict. Australia, Thailand, New Zealand, and the Philippines also took part in the fighting on the US side.


  • The alleged Chinese “spy balloon,” shot down off the coast of South Carolina last weekend, was equipped with advanced surveillance equipment capable of picking up sensitive communications, an unnamed senior State Department official told the Wall Street Journal on Thursday. The Biden administration is reportedly planning to retaliate. While China has maintained the balloon was a civilian airship that drifted off course while collecting meteorological data, the source claimed its manufacturer had a “direct relationship” with the Chinese military. It was fitted with “large” solar panels to power the extensive instrumentation on board, which allegedly included antennas, sensors and other equipment capable of intercepting communications and gathering other intelligence. The unnamed official said the US military spent the eight days the alleged spy craft was traversing the continental US gathering information about the device, using high-altitude U2 spy planes. Authorities are also reportedly examining the debris found floating in the Atlantic Ocean.


  • Musk commented on a video posted on Twitter of Smith and Kim Petras’ performance of their award-winning single “Unholy” at the Grammys on Sunday night, calling it: “End of days vibes.” In another tweet, Musk added: “If that’s satan, we have nothing to worry about.” Smith’s performance has attracted much attention from conservative figures including Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Donald Trump Jr., and Fox News host Tucker Carlson. In a tweet, Taylor Greene pushed baseless conspiracy theories linked to Pfizer’s sponsorship of the Grammys. Pfizer was just one of many sponsors for the event. “The Grammy’s featured Sam Smith’s demonic performance and was sponsored by Pfizer,” she tweeted. Taylor Greene then shared a conspiracy theory about an abortion clinic in New Mexico, adding: “American Christians need to get to work.” ~ Sawdah Bhaimiya


  • Commodities trading giant Trafigura is facing a $577 million loss and says it has uncovered a systemic fraud perpetrated against it, sources told Bloomberg. The company, one of the world’s largest traders of energy and metals, said it found out that some cargoes it had bought didn’t contain the nickel they were supposed to, and spent two months uncovering the scheme, per the report. It has started legal action against Indian businessman Prateek Gupta and several companies connected to him including TMT Metals and subsidiaries of UD Trading Group, Trafigura said in a statement.


  • [Weekly Asteroid] A massive asteroid being tracked by experts at NASA is just days away from crashing into Earth’s orbit. The more than 1km-wide beastly asteroid, named 199145 (2005 YY128), has been classed as a near-Earth object, and will potentially crash into Earth’s orbit next week. This asteroid is estimated to measure between 1,870 and 4,265 feet across, making it wider than the famous Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, United States. It will come around 2.8 million miles towards Earth on February 16, with NASA not yet confident enough to comment on if it will actually crash into Earth’s orbit and cause any damage to the planet. It comes just two weeks after another sizeable asteroid scraped past the planet in one of the closest encounters ever recorded – but failed to make impact in any way.


  • [WHAT?] Astrophysicists have suggested looking at the option of placing lunar dust into Earth’s orbit in order to avoid further climate warming, a newly-published study has detailed. After modeling various trajectories, scientists determined that launching dust from Earth to a specific point between the Earth and the sun would create an effective sun screen. However, this solution would require an excessive amount of money and effort due to gravity and technical issues. “That was the seed of the idea; if we took a small amount of material and put it on a special orbit between the Earth and the sun and broke it up, we could block out a lot of sunlight with a little amount of mass,” says Ben Bromley, professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Utah and lead author for the study. As an alternative, authors suggested using lunar dust, believing it could be a cheap and effective way to shade the Earth. Officials modeled a shot of lunar dust from a platform on the moon’s surface towards the sun. “It is amazing to contemplate how moondust — which took over four billion years to generate — might help slow the rise in the Earth’s temperature, a problem that took us less than 300 years to produce,” says study co-author Scott Kenyon.
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News Burst 20 July 2024 A massive Microsoft outage has sparked chaos around the world - grounding flights and knocking hospitals, GP surgeries, train services, banks, stock exchanges and TV channels offline. The technical fault has caused Windows computers to suddenly...

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