News Burst 12 June 2022
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- Indonesian naval officers have asked for $375,000 to release a fuel tanker they detained last week, accusing it of anchoring illegally in Indonesian waters off Singapore, people involved in negotiations over the unofficial payment said. The incident comes after Reuters reported a dozen similar detentions last year. The detentions and payments were first reported by Lloyd’s List Intelligence, an industry website.
- In a ceremony that took place at the Italian Embassy in Madrid, Spanish police handed over two old masters works produced in Italy, a 16th century gilded wooden reliquary of a saint and an oil painting on canvas by an anonymous Lombard artist titled Luncheon (ca. 1600) that is believed to have been produced sometime in the 17th-century. Both the works had been recovered in recent police operations conducted between Spanish and Italian officials. The reliquary, a gold bust depicting the biblical Saint Clement and attributed to Aniello Stellato, was stolen in 2019 from a church in the Southern Italian region of Lecce. The painting, believed to have been stolen 20 years ago, depicts an image of three men dining at a table with a cat that is said to be a religious allegory.
- Tesla was proceeding with an online hiring event in China and added two dozen new job postings for the country, a week after Elon Musk threatened job cuts at the electric car maker and said the company was “overstaffed” in some areas. Tesla had announced plans to hold the event online starting from 7 p.m. Shanghai time (1100 GMT) to recruit staff for “smart manufacturing” roles, according to an online post.
- Brazilian police have found possible human remains in their search for UK journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira. The police say experts will analyse the “organic material” found in a river near the town of Atalaia do Norte in the remote Amazon rainforest. The pair went missing while travelling by boat on a reporting trip on Sunday. Blood traces found on a boat belonging to a fisherman, who has been arrested, will also be tested.
- Jamie Dimon, the JPMorgan Chase CEO is predicting an economic “hurricane” caused by the war in Ukraine, rising inflation pressures and interest rate hikes from the Federal Reserve. “We just don’t know if it’s a minor one or Superstorm Sandy. You better brace yourself,” Dimon said, adding that JPMorgan Chase (JPM) is preparing for a “non-benign environment” and “bad outcomes.” Dimon is also worried that the Fed is starting to unwind its bond portfolio, a process known as quantitative tightening, at the same time it is raising interest rates. That’s something that the market is not prepared for, Dimon said, adding that people will be “writing about [this] in history books for 50 years.”
- There are an extensive number of extraterrestrial races known to be current-ly interacting with Earth and the human population. In a 1998 interview,Clifford Stone, a retired US army Sergeant who served in the US Army for22 years and participated in covert operations to retrieve crashed extrater-restrial ships and extraterrestrial biological entities (EBE’s), revealed therewere a total of 57 extraterrestrial races known to the US military. ~ Michael E. Salla, A Report on the Motivations and Activities of Extraterrestrial Races – A Typology of the most Significant Extraterrestrial Races Interacting with Humanity
- Ukraine’s bid to join the EU will be continually held back by five pervasive problems, the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) has reported, explaining EU officials’ recent waning of enthusiasm for granting Ukraine a “shortcut” to membership. The biggest problem, according to Oslo Metropolitan University researcher and Ukraine specialist Jorn Holm-Hansen, is the widespread corruption plaguing the country, with the situation remaining worse in Ukraine than any EU bloc country, according to Transparency International data. “There is also talk of nepotism, that one gives advantages to those he or she knows. If you break with this practice, you are often seen as unreliable and a kind of ‘traitor’”, Holm-Hansen explained.
- UFO hunter Scott C. Waring has recently brought forth what may or may not be an alien craft sighting. A video from “one of the NASA live cams” on board the International Space Station, according to Waring, shows what looks like a vaguely circular, or perhaps spherical, shape that remains in the frame, as if moving in sync with the station. “It looks like a sphere and it has a blur around it…similar to what UFOs often cause when recorded on camera”, Waring mused in his blog. “To me, this is absolute alien technology…a real alien craft following the space station”, he wrote.
- Senior Democratic officials, lawmakers, and ordinary voters have expressed concerns about President Joe Biden’s fitness for a second term, fearing the stalling of much of his agenda, his age, and perceived unfitness to take on Donald Trump in 2024 could become an “anchor” that will sink the party, according to a New York Times report citing nearly 50 Democrats.
- Chelsea Manning, an American whistleblower who came to fame after disclosing hundreds of thousands of sensitive military data to WikiLeaks, is in no doubt as to the fate of the late convicted sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein. “Murder, that’s how a prison murder happens. I know. That stuff happens. Some of theses stories are in my book… You wanna get rid of someone in prison? That’s how you do it,” Manning stated. Subsequently, then-US Attorney General William Barr said there were “serious irregularities” at the New York jail where Epstein was being held.
- Finland has been reluctant to hand over suspects to Turkey accused by Ankara of terrorism and having links to an outlawed Kurdish insurgency, Finnish media said on Saturday. A record of Turkey’s extradition demands shared by the Finnish justice ministry at the request of STT news agency showed that none of the extraditions it approved were related to terror charges. Turkey sought the handover of 10 people in 2019-2022. As of early June, the Finnish authorities have processed seven cases and handed over two suspects but files seen by STT suggest their crimes were not terror-related.
- Great St. James and Little St. James, two islands in the Caribbean that were owned by the late Jeffrey Epstein and that were sometimes collectively referred to as “paedophile island”, have witnessed their price decrease in recent months, The Wall Street Journal reports. According to the newspaper, while the two islands were first listed in March for $125 million as a pair, they are now available separately for $55 million each, with the overall price thus being reduced by 12 percent.
- Ukraine descended into chaos in early 2014, when US-backed political forces overthrew the government in a coup and sparked a civil war in the country’s east. In February 2022, responding to escalating attacks by Ukrainian forces against the fledgling Donbass republics, Russia began a special military operation to “demilitarize” the country. The Ukrainian crisis is a “preview” of what can happen in the absence of the US-dominated “rules-based international order” and American boots on the ground, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has implied. “So let’s be clear. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is what happens when oppressors trample the rules that protect us all. It’s what happens when big powers decide that their imperial appetites matter more than the rights of their peaceful neighbors. And it’s a preview of a possible world of chaos and turmoil that none of us would want to live in,” Austin said, speaking at the Shangri-La Dialogue security forum in Singapore on Friday.Austin characterized US-led security alliances in the Indo-Pacific with countries including Australia, Japan, the Philippines, South Korea and Thailand as a “profound source of stability,” and mentioned Washington’s efforts to weave “closer ties with other partners,” including India, Singapore, Indonesia and Vietnam. He also vowed that the US would beef up military aid to Taiwan, and boasted the US military’s stepped up military deployment in the region, including using Coast Guard ships.
- Ian Maxwell flew from London to the US to see his sister, Ghislaine Maxwell, after agreeing the visit with the Metropolitan Detention Centre in New York. The brother of a British socialite convicted of conspiring with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein to groom and sexually abuse underage girls, says his sister has been subjected to inhumane treatment, The Telegraph reported.
- Humanity has pondered on alien life in the universe going back to the times of antiquity, with interest intensifying in the 20th century as we gained the ability to engage in limited exploration and examination of planetary bodies near Earth, and to better watch and listen for life up to billions of light-years away. Life on other planets definitely exists and likely includes life forms which are more developed and advanced than those on Earth, Russian Space Agency chief Dmitry Rogozin has said.
- Prince Andrew has been branded an “absolute fool” for landing in the crosshairs again amid accusations he owes £1.6Mln to a Swiss couple whose names have not been revealed, British newspaper The Daily Mail reports. The “business debt” allegedly resulted in a freezing order placed by Swiss authorities on his Verbier ski chalet 18 months ago.
- It seems that those who fear the scenario of an uprising of machines indistinguishable from humans can sleep well for now, but Japanese scientists are taking a step in that direction by creating living human skin for robots. According to new research published in the journal Matter this week, the technology provided a robotic finger with a skin-like texture as well as water-repellent and self-healing properties. “The finger looks slightly ‘sweaty’ straight out of the culture medium,” first author Shoji Takeuchi, a professor at the University of Tokyo, is quoted in a Eurekalert news release as saying. “Since the finger is driven by an electric motor, it is also interesting to hear the clicking sounds of the motor in harmony with a finger that looks just like a real one.”
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How many planets can you see before breakfast? Tom Harradine of Brisbane, Australia, woke up early Thursday morning and found the entire solar system sprawled across the dawn sky. This is the first time since December 2004 that the five naked-eye planets have appeared together in this way. They are arrayed in order of distance from the sun: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. In the mornings ahead, Mercury will climb higher and brighten, making the group even easier to see.
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Etruscan Shark Tooth
An Etruscan Shark Tooth set in a gold pendant, 4th century BC. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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