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  • Owners of Islamic markets and restaurants will be exempted from paying taxes during the month of Ramazan, a decision signed by German Chancellor Angela Merkel to provide food at lower prices for Muslims. People receive the same sympathy in Lebanon, as traders raise the prices of everything during Ramadan without any supervision.

 

  • Seresto, one of the most popular flea and tick collars in the US, has been linked to hundreds of pet deaths, tens of thousands of injured animals and hundreds of harmed humans, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency documents show. Seresto, developed by Bayer and now sold by Elanco, works by releasing small amounts of pesticide onto the animal for months at a time. The pesticide is supposed to kill fleas, ticks and other pests but be safe for cats and dogs. But thousands of pets are being harmed, according to federal documents obtained through a public records request from the Center for Biological Diversity, a nonprofit organization that watchdogs the EPA as part of its work to protect endangered species.

 

  • President Trump will be back in the White House soon. I promise you that. Gen M. Flynn.

 

  • The personal data of 1.3 million Clubhouse users was leaked for free onto a popular hacker forum, Cybernews portal reported. Data of the users of Clubhouse, the invite-only audio-based social media platform, could be found downloadable for free on a popular hacker forum, Cybernews reported on Friday. According to the report, the leaked data included user IDs, usernames, Instagram and Twitter handles, as well as account creation dates and who invited them onto the app.

 

  • Prince Philip’s passing has been described as a moment of great national sadness for the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, but a for small tribe living on the island of Tanna in Vanuatu his death is especially tragic as they believe that the royal is a divine being. The Prince Philip Movement originated in the 1950s and is based on a local legend, which says that a spirit from Tanna in the form of a white man would travel overseas to fight in a war and then marry a powerful woman, before returning to them. Prince Philip was born in Greece and then came to Britain, where he joined the military and fought in the Second World War. And as for the powerful woman… he did marry one. It is believed that when British colonists came to Vanuatu members of the tribe saw a picture of the Duke of Edinburgh and concluded that he was the incarnation of the Spirit. Each year, they celebrated his birthday with dancing and taking the ceremonial kava.

 

  • It will take archaeologists at least 10 years to fully excavate the recently discovered ancient city, dubbed The Rise of Aten, that had been buried under sand in modern Egypt’s eastern Luxor Governorate for over 3,000 years. The “lost golden city” is believed to have been founded by 14th century BC pharaoh Amenhotep III and remained active throughout the reign of pharaoh Tutankhamun and his successor Ay.

 

  • Christ the Redeemer, 30 metres (98 ft) high, is a symbol of Christianity and a cultural icon for Brazil and for the city of Rio de Janeiro, specifically, and one of the nation’s most popular tourist attractions. A new statue, dubbed Christ the Protector, is being constructed in Brazil’s Encantado, reportedly to inspire religious faith and boost tourism in the city, with the monument set to be higher than Rio de Janeiro’s famous Christ the Redeemer. When completed, the statue will stand at 43 meters (140 feet) tall, including its pedestal, according to The Daily Mail. The project is being coordinated by the Association of the Friends of Christ and will reportedly cost at least 2 million reals ($350,000). The work, financed by donations, has been underway since 2019.

 

  • Since mid-2019, the Indian government has locked horns with WhatsApp, demanding the absolute traceability of messages that over 600 million Indians exchange on the app. WhatsApp has repeatedly refused to comply with the demand, citing its data privacy policy. In March 2021, the Economic Times reported that Indian government officials had proposed a new technology called “Alpha-Numeric Hashes”, claiming that it would allow WhatsApp to trace the origins of messages without having to break its encryption technology. “The solution proposed is old and has been put forth in the Indian context by Dr Kamakoti before the Madras High Court previously. At that point too, the solution was widely criticised because it is a regressive solution that takes the technology decades back to the early 2000s and is proposed without understanding the very nature of the end-to-end encryption protocol used by Signal and WhatsApp”, said Pranav Bhaskar Tiwari, who is a cyber lawyer by profession and manages the programme on encryption and platform regulation at the Indian think tank The Dialogue.

 

  • CIA director under Bill Clinton is now the third former government official to suggest that UFOs are real. Woolsey claimed he had several stories of bizarre flying events run past him that left him open to the possibility of extraterrestrial life. He also hinted at more details in the coming weeks. John Brennan, CIA director of Barack Obama, believes it’s a bit arrogant and presumptuous for humanity to think that there are no other lifeforms anywhere in the entire universe. On March 19, director of national intelligence during Donald Trump administration John Ratcliffe claimed that the government had documented much more than the public knows regarding UFOs. After three former government officials’ statements about UFOs and aliens, maybe we should be bracing for something.

 

  • NASA’s Mars helicopter Ingenuity is scheduled for its first-ever flight this Sunday (April 11). The mission has activated the chopper’s blades and recently got them to move at about 50 revolutions per minute. Ingenuity arrived at Mars with NASA’s rover Perseverance, which is also preparing for the flight by driving to a position about 200 feet (60 meters) away from Ingenuity to watch its flight with its cameras.

 

  • It’s been said that there are two very different Russias. The one 146 million live in and the version depicted by the anglophone media. Recent polling suggests that most Russians don’t share Western concerns about Alexey Navalny. Judging by a recent poll, it would seem that pity for the convicted criminal is in short supply in Navalny’s case. Of those surveyed by the independent polling organization Levada (registered as a foreign agent in Russia), 48 percent said that Navalny’s more than two and a half year prison sentence for fraud was fair. Only 29 percent said the opposite.

 

  • Nepal’s population of endangered one-horned rhinoceros has grown by more than a hundred over the past six years, officials said, with campaigners hailing the increase as a conservation “milestone”. The population rose to 752 across four national parks in the southern plains, up from 645 in 2015, the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation said on Saturday (Apr 10).

 

  • The Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines has told citizens fleeing a volcanic eruption they won’t be evacuated unless they’ve had the COVID-19 vaccine. In an extreme example of the ‘COVID passport’ concept, PM Ralph Gonsalves said un-immunised residents of the main island of the southeast Caribbean nation would not be allowed to board two cruise liners come to evacuate them to neighbouring islands them after La Soufriere volcano erupted.

 

  • Facebook did not notify 533 million users whose personal information was obtained during a 2019 leak, and does not have plans to do so. Facebook Director of Communications Liz Shepherd claimed data pertaining to more than half a billion users was stolen two years ago, and that the company “found and fixed” the issue back then.

 

  • Japan’s government is considering bringing in a four-day working week aimed at improving people’s quality of life, the country’s Chief Cabinet Secretary has said. It is hoped that the scheme would also boost the country’s tourism industry that has been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, in a nation known for long working hours.

 

  • China’s Cyberspace Administration now invites the public to report “historical nihilists”, netizens who “distort” the Communist Party’s “glorious” past, in order to prosecute and punish them.
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