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  • The Chechen Ministry of Culture announced the ban on its website last week, by the order of Culture Minister Musa Dadayev and with the agreement of Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov. “Musical, vocal and choreographic” works will be limited to a tempo of 80 to 116 beats per minute (BPM) to “conform to the Chechen mentality and sense of rhythm,” said Dadayev, according to the Russian state-run news agency TASS. “Borrowing musical culture from other peoples is inadmissible,” Dadayev said, per a translation by The Guardian. “We must bring to the people and to the future of our children the cultural heritage of the Chechen people. This includes the entire spectrum of moral and ethical standards of life for Chechens.”


  • Tennessee’s bill to ban geoengineering has now successfully passed the House in addition to previously passing the Senate, now only Governor Bill Lee’s signature is needed for the proposed legislation to become law. Though any ban on climate engineering will be difficult to enforce, it is critically needed public awareness of the issue that is the most important factor in this equation. Many are finally waking up to core components of climate engineering like chemical ice nucleation cloud seeding, extreme weather and temperature whiplash scenarios occurring around the world are now the norm. From climate catastrophes to earthquakes and the coming eclipse, what aren’t we being told?


  • Unusual vehicles often appear on the Ukrainian battlefields, the result of homemade modifications and improvised solutions. But the Russian tracked vehicle filmed in action a few days ago surpasses them all: a tank completely covered in trapezoidal armour. The bizarre “turtle tank” was an early model T-72 with DIY anti-drone armor. Where many crews on both sides of the Russia-Ukraine war add anti-drone armor to their vehicles in the form of cages or slats, the turtle tank crew installed a massive roof that extended in front of the tank.


  • A group of Iranian students have been threatened with prosecution after a video of them dancing after their graduation emerged on social media this week. In the now viral video, a group of about 11 female students from Al-Zahra University in the coastal city of Bushehr, in south-west Iran, were seen dancing and riding a motorcycle. The university’s president, Zahra Hajiani, told the Iranian Students news agency (ISNA) that the video had been made “without coordination and obtaining permission from the university” and was an “illegal activity”. She said the university would pursue legal action against the students.


  • Biden says he is ‘considering’ Australian call to drop Julian Assange charges. US prosecutors say the WikiLeaks founder encouraged and helped Chelsea Manning steal classified files before publishing them. Joe Biden said on Wednesday that he is considering a request from Australia to drop the decade-long US push to prosecute the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for publishing a trove of American classified documents. For years, Australia has called on the US to drop its prosecution against Assange, an Australian citizen who has fought American extradition efforts from prison in the UK. Australia argues there is a disconnect between the US treatment of Assange and Manning. President Barack Obama commuted Manning’s 35-year sentence to seven years, which allowed her release in 2017.


  • Infowars founder and host Alex Jones says he plans to sue the CIA following the release of an undercover sting in which an alleged CIA officer claims that the US intelligence community “took his [Jones’s] money away” to “chop his legs off.” The employee, a CIA contracts officer in San Diego named Gavin O’Blennis, tells the undercover journalist: “You can kind of put anyone in jail if you know what to do,” adding “You set ’em up. You create the situation to where they have no choice but to act on their impulse. And once they act on that impulse, some would call that entrapment.” “Nothing like putting out a fake social media thing to like really get people mad,” O’Blennis continued. When asked who the CIA has messed with, O’Blannis mentioned Alex Jones, implying that the agency was involved in Jones’ lawsuit, and encouraged Sandy Hook families to sue. “We just say ‘there’s no federal statute being broken but you have the option for a civil case and it’s a pretty good case in our opinion.’”


  • Lebanese and Israeli sources are reporting that Hamas is open to releasing hostages as part of deal that would see IDF troops gradually retreat from the Gaza Strip, instead of its prior demand of full troop withdrawal as a precondition to letting the hostages go free. But any potential forward progress has been stymied by a significant complication revealed by Hamas to negotiators on Wednesday. The group is unable to identify and locate some 40 Israeli hostages which would be needed to complete the first phase of the ceasefire deal.


  • Another week, another plagiarism scandal in the ivory towers. This time, journalists Chris Rufo and the Daily Wire’s Luke Rosiak found that Federal Reserve governor Lisa Cook appears to have plagiarized her academic work in violation of her former university’s policy. Cook, who taught economics at Harvard and Michigan State before serving on the Obama administration’s Council of Economic Advisers, went on to be appointed to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors in 2022. At the time, her academic record was so thin – and focused on race activism vs. ‘rigorous, quantitative econ,’ that she had trouble getting confirmed by the Senate (her nomination required VP Kamala Harris to cast a tie-breaking vote). According to Rufo, “in a series of academic papers spanning more than a decade, Cook appears to have copied language from other scholars without proper quotation and duplicated her own work and that of coauthors in multiple academic journals, without proper attribution.”


  • Chinese communist regime leader Xi Jinping met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Beijing on Tuesday, reaffirming solidarity amid growing pressure from the West. Mr. Lavrov arrived in China on April 8 for a two-day visit. His trip, according to the Kremlin, could be seen as laying the groundwork for upcoming contacts between Xi and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Ahead of the meeting with Xi, Mr. Lavrov held talks with the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP’s) top diplomat, Wang Yi. The two countries agreed to discuss ways to deepen security cooperation across Europe and Asia to counter the pressure imposed by the United States and its allies in the region, Mr. Lavrov told reporters after the meeting. “We have a common focus on strengthening security in Eurasia,” Mr. Lavrov said at a press conference in Beijing. China and Russia had agreed to “start a dialogue with the involvement of our other like-minded people on this issue.”


  • Democratic Rep. Jasmine Crockett (D-Texas) has suggested that black people in the United States pay no taxes, reported Dallas City Wire. “Just this past week I saw, I don’t remember which celebrity, but it was actually a celebrity, and I was like, that’s not necessarily a bad idea, but I’d have to think through it a lot,” Crockett said in a video interview shared April 9 by X account End Wokeness. “One of the things that they propose is black folk not have to pay taxes for a certain amount of time.” “Because then again, that puts money back in your pocket,” said Crockett. This is the very same Jasmine Crockett who, during a September 2023 hearing on the impeachment of Joe Biden said of the president and his son, Hunter Biden: I will tell you what Joe Biden has been guilty of. He is unfortunately been guilty of loving his child unconditionally and that is the only evidence that they have brought forward. And honestly, I hope and pray that my parents love me half as much as he loves his child.


  • Every year, Algeria remembers the colonial crimes committed by France against the Algerian people. Algeria’s colonial period lasted for over 130 years, but the nation didn’t give up on its dream of breaking free from colonial oppression. Algeria’s sovereignty was finally recognized in 1962. But independence was won with a great deal of blood. According to official Algerian data, about 1.5 million local residents died in the war with France (1954-1962), about one sixth of the country’s population at the time.


  • The French government is proposing to fine patients if they fail to attend doctor appointments without a good excuse, Prime Minister Gabriel Attal has announced. The policy is reportedly aimed at supporting the health service as it struggles to cope with the rising demands of an aging population amid staff shortages and increasing costs. Attal said on Monday that an estimated 27 million patients fail to show up for medical appointments each year. “We cannot allow this to continue,” the prime minister said, noting that the new measure could free up between 15 million and 20 million appointments a year for other patients.


  • NASA engineers have discovered the cause of a communications breakdown between Earth and the interstellar explorer Voyager 1. It would appear that a small portion of corrupted memory exists in one of the spacecraft’s computers. The glitch caused Voyager 1 to send unreadable data back to Earth, and is found in the NASA spacecraft’s flight data subsystem (FDS). That’s the system responsible for packaging the probe’s science and engineering data before the telemetry modulation unit (TMU) and radio transmitter send it back to mission control. The source of the issue began to reveal itself when Voyager 1 operators sent the spacecraft a “poke” on March 3, 2024. This was intended to prompt FDS to send a full memory readout back to Earth.


  • The doomed planet WASP-12b is a hot Jupiter that orbits so close to its parent star, it’s being torn apart. It takes this alien world only 1.1 days to completely circle its sun. The star’s scorching heat is slowly stripping away and devouring the planet’s atmosphere. In 10 million years, this alien world could be completely consumed. Almost two times the size of our Jupiter, WASP-12b is a sizzling gas giant whose temperature is approximately 4,000 degrees Fahrenheit (2,210 degrees Celsius). Gravity causes enormous tidal forces which are streching the planet into the shape of an egg. A hulking monster of a star is stealing pieces of its nearby planet, WASP-12b, to assemble itself into the ultimate Frankenstein creation. The extreme gravity is stretching the hot gas giant into the shape of an egg, all the while slowly cannibalizing the planet. Relatively soon (10 million years – a fleeting moment in space time) this planet will be completely devoured by its hungry star.

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The infamous Ca’ Dario is for sale for 18 million euros. It’s located right on the Grand Canal, next to the Peggy Guggenheim Gallery, and is about 10,000 square feet on five floors (although the main floor of most palaces in Venice are used to store boats, because they are continually flooded with water ). It has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and numerous fireplaces and, among other things, was the subject of a famous painting by Claude Monet. And according to Venetian gossip it has been haunted for centuries. The palace was built for Giovanni Dario, a rich merchant of the 1400s, and took about ten years. After it was finally completed in 1489, Dario lived there for only a few years before dying in 1494. Subsequently, all the owners of the palace died violent deaths. The last owner was Raul Gardini, an Italian businessman who was involved in the huge Italian corruption scandal in the ’90s. He committed suicide.

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Valley Of The Planets

One of the treasures of Libya. This place was named the Kawakeb Valley in the Kafra region in the sisterly Arab country of Libya, and this region is one of the treasures of the Libyan state in its desert, despite the lack of knowledge of many of it. It is near the western Owainat, near the city of Ghat, in the southwest of Libya, in the extreme desert, at a valley known as “Wan Tikofi”, in the area that extends from Hamada to the Highlands of Ghat.

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News Burst 16 May 2024 The Slovak PM Robert Fico was shot on Wednesday, during a visit to the town of Handlova, and was rushed to hospital for surgery in a serious condition. His attacker has been arrested but his identity and motives have not yet been revealed....

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News Burst 14 May 2024 Araku Valley, India – Gemmala Sita is proud of the coffee beans she grows on what is among the world’s largest organic, fair-trade plantations. Her Arabica beans end up as steaming cups of coffee in the chic cafes of Paris and Dubai, Stockholm...

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News Burst 13 May 2024 ​AI can now outsmart you by lies and deception, researchers warn. AI systems are already skilled at deceiving and manipulating humans. New research suggests that some artificial intelligence (AI) systems have learned to deceive humans. This...

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