News Burst 12 November 2021
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- Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov stated on Thursday that NATO’s activities in the Black Sea are increasing the risk of collision.
“What are American ships doing in the Black Sea, thousands of miles away from their bases? Any explanations saying all that is for the sake of freedom of navigation simply do not work. They are playing with fire, it is just another attempt to test our resolve”, Ryabkov told reporters.
- A total of ten tonnes of cable from the nation’s giant offshore network, located some 200 metres underwater and about 30 kilometres from land, has disappeared without a trace, the Norwegian Institute of Marine Research reported on 5 November. The mysterious disappearance of a four-kilometre-long cable on the seabed outside the Vesterålen archipelago in northern Norway has left specialists and pundits scratching their heads and suggesting versions one wilder than the other. Among the possible culprits were “sea monsters”, such as a giant octopus or giant squid. Last, but not least, the broadcaster directed its suspicions at Russia.
- The Dead Sea, one of Israel’s main tourist attractions and the world’s lowest point, has been shrinking for years. Giant sinkholes have already swallowed up several beaches and the sea, known for its mineral-rich water and mud, has so far lost some 25 metres since the 1990s, according to EcoPeace Middle East. There are two major factors contributing to the current crisis. The first is that the water that used to flow into the Dead Sea has been dammed and diverted upstream by Israel, Jordan, Syria, and the Palestinian Authority, who use it for personal, industrial and agricultural purposes. The second issue is that Israel and Jordan have set up multiple factories in the area that continue to pump significant quantities of water from it, without thinking about the repercussions. Estimates say that it will take around 200 years for the Dead Sea to turn into a puddle.
- A restaurant in Sarasota, Florida, has added an unusual item to its menu – the “F** Joe Biden” pizza or FJB is now available at Solorzano’s.
- Indian forest officials said that locals claim to have spotted a “pink leopard” on more than one occasion, but it was only recently that the big cat with a strawberry-coloured coat was photographed in the region. Locals in the Pali district of India’s state of Rajasthan claim to have spotted a rare “pink leopard” in the Ranakpur region, located in the Aravalli hills. This is the first recorded sighting of a pink leopard in the country.
- An international group of scientists claims to have detected gamma rays coming from nearby galaxies for the first time. In their research, the astronomers used the Large Area telescope as well as a stacking technique, which combines signals too weak to be observed on their own. According to the findings of their study, published in The Astrophysical Journal this week, gamma rays were coming from ultra-fast outflows, the most extreme winds launched from very close supermassive black holes. Study leader, Chris Karwin, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Clemson University in South Carolina, says their discovery will shed light on what happened in galaxies early on. The ultra-fast outflows are thought to play a significant role in how supermassive black holes and galaxies grow, scientists say.
- Bankruptcy proceedings have been issued in Germany against Evergrande, a Chinese real estate company which is now $300 billion in debt. Should it go under, there are potential repercussions for all the key global markets. Evergrande, which builds and manages apartments, is the second largest residential real estate company in China. With 1,300 residential projects, some of which have come to a dead stop because of cash concerns, Evergrande poses the most serious single, controllable risk to the recovery of China’s economic health, in part because it has debt of $300 billion – the largest amount of any private company in the world – that it can’t repay. However, shortly before the end of the grace period, the public was misled by rumors about alleged interest payments. The international media also took the rumors for granted. Only the DMSA – Deutsche Marktscreening Agentur (German Market Screening Agency) already recognized the default at that time and proved in a study that the bankruptcy of Evergrande, the world’s most indebted corporation, could ultimately lead to a “Great Reset”, i.e. the final meltdown of the global financial system.
- The world’s largest naval force, the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN), might soon be reinforced with a new aircraft carrier. The huge vessel, which is more than 1,000 feet (over 300 meters) long, will add to China’s two seagoing airbases. Commonly known as the Type 003 and yet to receive a formal name, it is believed it will help Beijing exercise control over the Pacific. Fitting several dozen planes, helicopters, and support aircraft, analysts believe the powerful addition to the Chinese army will be at least equal to its US counterparts’ capabilities.
- A human trafficker from Bosnia and Herzegovina said his team picks up people who cross from Serbia, near the Bosnian town of Bijeljina, and helps them cover some 340km to reach the town of Cazin on the border with Croatia, which is an EU member state. The groups, consisting of between five and 20 asylum seekers, are being transported “at night through some wooded areas.” The migrants reach Bosnia and Herzegovina “through Serbia and also through small or big boats where they would sneak in. They also sometimes travelled by lorries – they get under a lorry. It’s a tough road,” he said. The man insisted that his team does its job “honestly” and always delivers the people to the planned destinations. But he knows of instances when other traffickers mistreated the asylum seekers, “tricked them, stole from them, left them on the side of the road.”
- The refugees, often but not exclusively from Afghanistan and Iraq, seek to enter Poland, either to ask for asylum there – as is their right under international law – or to move on to other countries of the European Union, for instance, Germany. Poland is refusing to let them do either and is engaged in illegal pushbacks to keep them out. At the same time, Belarus is accused of facilitating the refugees’ travel first to Belarus and then on to the Polish border, setting them up for confrontation and rejection. Then, according to observers, Belarusian forces refuse to let them retreat. The result is deadlock, stranding the refugees, in effect, between the two countries. This has been going on already for several months, as the crisis began in the summer.
- Germany has voiced its opposition to the inclusion of nuclear energy within the European Union’s sustainable-finance taxonomy, claiming it would undermine the bloc’s credibility on going green. Speaking at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow on Thursday, Environment Minister Svenja Schulze said the EU must avoid labeling nuclear energy as ‘green’. The EU’s two biggest economies, Germany and France, have long been split on the matter, with the latter continuing to invest heavily in nuclear technology. Germany, on the other hand, has raised concerns about the safety and nature of nuclear waste.
- On Wednesday, a bench of Supreme Court judges blocked a move to sue Google in one of the most highly anticipated cases in modern legal history. Richard Lloyd, the former executive director of consumer-choice publication Which? Magazine, launched his class-action over allegations that the tech giant had unlawfully harvested web-browsing data from iPhone users between 2011 and 2012. In a lengthy court document, the judges contended that the case was a “flawed endeavour,” noting that Lloyd’s claim attempted to gain compensation for each member of the represented class due damages related to a violation of privacy without having to show how each member’s privacy was violated.
- Ghislaine Maxwell’s pleas for bail have been rejected for the sixth time ahead of her trial on sex trafficking charges. But judges have ruled yet again that she must stay behind bars – despite her claims that she’s being treated like “Hannibal Lecter”. Her lawyers argue her jail conditions are “untenable and unreasonable”. A motion filed in April this year alleges Maxwell has been subject to “invasive searches”. She is served “inedible” food and her water is often cloudy, they say.
- A Pentagon report said that China had built a large civilian village of about 100 homes in disputed territory in Arunachal Pradesh. China considers Arunachal Pradesh as part of South Tibet while India counters the claim saying some parts in the eastern sector of Line of Actual Control (LAC) are under “illegal occupation”. The Indian foreign ministry said that China had built a village inside the Indian Territory in Arunachal Pradesh that “it has illegally occupied” over decades. Arindam Bagchi, the foreign ministry spokesman, said that India has neither accepted such “occupation of Indian territory nor has it accepted the unjustified Chinese claims”.
- Earth can brace itself for solar storms “cannibalising” one another to hit the planet in the upcoming four years, scientists have estimated. “The last several years really we’ve had very little activity, as is the case during solar minimum, but now we’re ramping up and ramping up quite fast into the next solar cycle maximum, which we expect in 2025”, Bill Murtagh, a programme coordinator at the Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), told Space. Several major geomagnetic storms hit Earth in early November, shortly after Halloween, and they are regarded by scientists as indicators of the current stage of the Sun’s cycle. “We’re seeing the increase in activity that one would expect with this rise in the solar cycle”, Murtagh said. “This is kind of our awakening phase”.
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CONNECTICUT: Criminals loading up their van with stolen items in broad daylight.
Under Proposition 47, stealing goods worth less than $950 does not count as felony but misdemeanor. Cops say it has become a common sight as the law has emboldened criminals rather than making it safe for the general public. As per cops, in case anyone steals items worth less than $950, cops have no option but to hand over citations and the accused walks away. If the accused does not show up in court, maybe he’ll get a bench warrant. In San Francisco the situation has reached a point where well-organised groups are now running shoplifting rings.
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