News Burst 10 June 2021
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- Unidentified flying objects (UFO) have repeatedly meddled with US nuclear technology, forcing some facilities to go offline, ex-head of Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, Luis Elizondo, told The Washington Post.
- The Joe Biden administration is overturning a series of executive orders made during Donald Trump’s presidency that were meant to stop new users from downloading TikTok and WeChat apps, the White House announced on Wednesday. Senior administration officials told the AP that the department will issue recommendations on how personal data of Americans, especially those using popular Chinese apps, could be protected.
- In June 2020 Nicole Smallman and her sister Bibaa Henry were stabbed to death by a teenager who had made a contract with a “demon” and hoped their “sacrifice” would enable him to win the National Lottery, a jury has been told. Oliver Glasgow QC told the Old Bailey “As it turned out, the demon did not come good on the bargain, since not only did the defendant not win the lottery but the police identified all the evidence that links him to these two murders.”
- Pope Francis this week said he felt “pain” after the remains of 215 children, some as young as three, were discovered in a mass grave in the grounds of what was once a Catholic school in Canada. But the deaths are just the tip of the iceberg, according to a lawyer who is suing the church. The children who died at the school in Kamloops, British Columbia, were all from indigenous tribes – what used to be known as Indians, but are nowadays referred to as “First Nations Canadians.”
- South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday decided to put Health Minister Zweli Mkhize on special leave amid accusations of corruption concerning COVID-19-related contracts. The health ministry previously awarded a contract worth 150 million South African rand ($11 million) to the communications firm Digital Vibes, allegedly headed by Mkhize’s close acquaintance. News24 portal revealed that the company bought a car for the minister’s son and paid for the renovations in the house owned by the Mkhize family.
- Iranian authorities have expressed their concerns over New Delhi’s delay in giving its final approval for Pasargad Bank to start operating in Mumbai. Iran has already spent more than a million dollars on rent and equipment and the Iranians hoped that the bank would play an important role in reinvigorating Iran’s trade with India.
- El Salvador’s Congress has approved a proposal by President Nayib Bukele to officially classify Bitcoin as a legal currency. The decision has been welcomed by President Bukele, who said El Salvador “made history.” The Salvadoran government has voted that the exchange rate between Bitcoin and the US dollar will be freely established by the market and that tax contributions can also be paid in the cryptocurrency.
- Italian Foreign Minister requested on Tuesday to summon the Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to the ministry in Rome over the Boeing 767 of the Italian Air Force overflight ban. The Secretary General of the Foreign Ministry has expressed to the Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates his “surprise and great disappointment for an unexpected gesture that is hard to understand,” the ministry said in a statement. Relations between Rome and Abu Dhabi soured after Italy canceled permits for the export of missiles and aerial bombs to the UAE and Saudi Arabia in January.
- Italy – An 18-year-old girl of Pakistan origin has been killed by her family after she refused to marry through the arranged marriage system. Her family wanted her to marry a cousin in Pakistan, but Abbas protested. She also reported her parents to the police twice last year and had taken help from social services to move to a shelter home. This unconventional step angered Abbas’ family. Upon further investigation, the police officials found that the girl’s parents had left for Pakistan without the girl. With the help of security cameras, the police found images of three people walking from off the house holding shovels, a crowbar, and a bucket.
- The Council of Europe’s top financial watchdog has called on the Vatican to ensure transparency in procedures to prosecute senior clerics, and further bolster reform initiatives to tackle money laundering and terrorism financing. The report highlighted a number of such instances, particularly the conviction in January of Angelo Caloia, a former head of the Institute for Works of Religion (the Vatican bank), and two others for embezzlement and money laundering after a three-year trial that followed a five-year probe. Caloia, who presided over the bank between 1999 and 2009, is the highest ranking Vatican official to be convicted of a financial crime to date.
- Roberts-Smith is suing The Age, the Sydney Morning Herald, and the Canberra Times newspapers over a series of articles in 2018 that accused him of committing six unlawful killings while serving in Afghanistan. The alleged victims include a disabled man and a child. Understandably, the Roberts-Smith defamation action has attracted a great deal of publicity and commentary. The plaintiff is Australia’s most highly decorated living soldier, and the son of a former Western Australian Supreme Court judge. After leaving the army in 2013, Roberts-Smith became general manager of Seven Queensland, part of Seven West Media in Brisbane – a commercial rival of the media conglomerate that published the articles he has sued on. Seven West Media is controlled by billionaire media tycoon Kerry Stokes, who is also coincidentally chairman of the Australian War Memorial in Canberra – the national institution established in 1941 to commemorate and honour the members of Australia’s armed forces (living and dead) who participated in wars.
- For the third time since February, a mysterious boom was heard and shaking felt Tuesday night by residents across San Diego County. The latest mystery phenomena — sometimes referred to as a skyquake — was reported just before 8:20 p.m. by residents as far south as Tijuana, as far east as El Cajon and in San Diego neighborhoods in the southeast and coastal areas, as well Linda Vista, Clairemont and Tierrasanta.
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