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  • The Adrian Dominicans, Sisters of Bon Secours, Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia and the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary filed what’s known as a derivative lawsuit, where shareholders in the company sue corporate boards for allegedly failing their responsibilities to shareholders. The sisters say corporate directors at Smith & Wesson Brands have exposed the company to massive liabilities by its manufacture, sale and marketing of AR-15 style rifles. Reuters, which first reported the lawsuit, said that if successful, the lawsuit would hold the company’s directors liable for any costs associated with the allegedly illegal marketing of assault rifles and any damages would be paid to Smith & Wesson, not the plaintiffs. The sisters’ attorney told Reuters this lawsuit is the first derivative case against a corporate board over assault rifles.


  • Elon Musk has reached out to both US President Joe Biden and his Ukrainian counterpart, Vladimir Zelensky, regarding the status of Gonzalo Lira, a US-Chilean journalist and critic of the Kiev government. Lira has been detained in Ukraine since the summer, prompting Musk’s engagement on the matter. On Saturday, US political commenter Tucker Carlson published an interview on X (formerly Twitter) with Lira’s father, who said that his son is currently awaiting trial in Ukraine “because he was exercising his right of freedom of speech.”


  • An unidentified climber, Green Boots has become a symbol of the risks inherent in scaling the world’s highest peak Mount Everest. This nickname derives from the green Koflach boots he wore during his fatal expedition, a stark emblem of his fateful journey etched onto the mountain’s landscape. Green Boots’ eternal resting place is within a limestone alcove on the Northeast ridge route. This served as a sombre waypoint for climbers at a formidable height of 8,500 meters (or 27,900 feet) until his landmark was moved in 2014. Everest’s infamous “Green Boots” is widely believed to be the Indian climber Tsewang Paljor. Paljor was part of a larger team that donned green Koflach boots during a fateful expedition in 1996. This expedition was led by Commandant Mohinder Singh and marked the first Indian ascent of Everest from the east side.


  • The Finnish Security Intelligence Service (SUPO) has declassified a 60-year-old file detailing Lee Harvey Oswald’s mysterious visit to Helsinki in advance of his defection to the Soviet Union, just over four years before he assassinated US President John F. Kennedy in 1963. Oswald was adjudged by the Warren Commission in September 1964 to have been the sole gunman who fired the fatal shots from the Texas School Book Depository on Elm Street in downtown Dallas that killed Kennedy the previous November. The day after Kennedy’s murder – November 23, 1963 – SUPO composed a memorandum into Oswald’s Helsinki trip that paints a unique, if somewhat incomplete, portrait of one of the most infamous characters of the 20th century. The newly declassified files show that former US Marine Oswald, then 19, checked into Helsinki’s Hotel Torni on October 10, 1959 for a five-night stay, but stayed for just two nights, local outlet Yle News reported Saturday. Oswald’s US passport application showed his stated intention for the trip was related to seeking education either in Switzerland or at the University of Turku in Finland.


  • Elon Musk’s new AI chatbot Grok has nearly the same left-liberal political ideology as its more famous competitor ChatGPT, research scientist David Rozado claimed in a post on X (formerly Twitter) on Friday, citing its responses to a popular political ideology quiz. The chatbot “agreed” to the statement “‘From each according to his ability, to each according to his need’ is a good idea” – seemingly embracing Marxism – while “strongly disagreeing” with the statement “the freer the market, the freer the people.” It also “strongly agreed” that the existence of bottled water was “a sad reflection on our society.”


  • The EU is considering reopening a case at the World Trade Organization (WTO) against the US over steel and aluminum tariffs, Bloomberg reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter. The trade row started in 2018 when then-US President Donald Trump imposed tariffs on European steel and aluminum, citing national security concerns. The measure prompted the EU to retaliate with its own levies, causing uncertainty even in unrelated industries, Bloomberg said. The dispute saw the allies hit each other with tariffs on goods worth more than $10 billion. The European Commission struck a temporary two-year truce with the administration of President Joe Biden in 2021, during which a deal was due to be reached on the so-called Global Arrangement on Sustainable Steel and Aluminum (GSA), which would put an end to the tariffs.


  • The US decision to veto a UN Security Council resolution calling for a truce between Israel and the Palestinian armed group Hamas is hypocritical, Zhang Jun, China’s ambassador to the organization, has said. On Friday, the US was the only country to vote against a resolution sponsored by the United Arab Emirates and endorsed by more than 90 other nations, which called for an “immediate humanitarian ceasefire” and the “immediate and unconditional release of hostages” captured by Hamas; 13 UN Security Council members supported the document, with the UK abstaining.


  • A large cockroach species not previously seen in Finland was found in Oulu at the beginning of December, according to the University of Oulu’s Ecology and Genetics Research Unit. The insect, measuring more than three centimetres long, was sent to the unit’s senior curator, Marko Mutanen, who confirmed that the specimen was a smokybrown cockroach (Periplaneta fuliginosa). The cockroach most likely arrived from abroad, according to the expert. “The smokybrown cockroach is a conspicuous creature and is easily found. There’s no need to worry about a single individual, but if you find another, it is reason to suspect that the smokybrown cockroach has successfully reproduced,” he said.


  • Half of US adults under age 30 either believe that the Jewish Holocaust perpetrated by Nazi Germany is a myth or are not sure that it happened, a new Economist/YouGov poll has revealed. The poll, released on Friday, found that one in five Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 agree with the statement that “the Holocaust is a myth.”


  • X (formerly Twitter) owner Elon Musk has asked the public to vote on whether to reinstate the account of Infowars host Alex Jones. Musk said that maintaining the ban on Jones would go against his belief in free speech. Musk posted his poll on Saturday afternoon, asking X users whether they wanted him to “reinstate Alex Jones on this platform?” With eight hours to go at time of writing, 70% were in favor of Jones’ reinstatement, and 30% opposed. “Vox Populi, Vox Dei,” Musk wrote in his post. Musk used this Latin phrase, which means “the voice of the people is the voice of God,” when he reinstated former US President Donald Trump’s account after a similar vote last year. Jones and his InfoWars channel were banned from every major social media platform in 2018, with the Silicon Valley firms citing “hate speech” and alleged breaches of their terms of service.
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Roman Roads

The vast Roman Empire boasted a very large and extensive network of roads. It is estimated that the roads in the network were more than 400,000km long and that over 80,500km out of those were stone-paved.

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Washington On Google Earth

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Burial Chamber of the Tomb of Seti I (r. 1290-1279 BC)

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