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  • A man who spent several months behind bars for slapping French President Emmanuel Macron this summer has said he has received many letters in support of his “political” action. Damien Tarel told BFM TV he feels “no regret” over attacking the head of the French state. “I deplore physical violence. Nevertheless, it was just a tiny slap. I believe Macron has recovered extremely well,” he said, adding that he plans to attend protests against Covid-19 health passes in the near future. The 28-year-old was released on Saturday after serving a prison sentence. He hit the president as he was greeting a crowd of spectators during a trip to southern France. A historical swordsmanship enthusiast, Tarel shouted “Montjoie, Saint-Denis!” – a medieval French battle cry – and “Down with the Macronia!” when he struck the president.

 

  • A Kazakh businessman who owns a prized replica of the legendary Soviet Buran spaceplane has offered to trade the vehicle with Moscow in return for the head of his country’s last Khan, Russia’s national space agency has revealed. According to Dmitry Rogozin, who heads Roscosmos, the bizarre offer came after complaints from Moscow that the Buran model may eventually fall to pieces due to severe neglect. There was no indication that the proposal could or would be accepted. The Buran (‘blizzard’ in Russian) was the first spaceplane to be produced as part of the Soviet and Russian space program. Similar in design to the US Space Shuttle, it made one orbital flight in 1988, but the program stalled when the Soviet Union collapsed and funding dried up.

 

  • Around 5,000 people flocked to the center of the Lithuanian capital on Friday for an event organized by the traditionalist Lithuanian Family Movement. The protesters, who gathered at Cathedral Square north of the city’s Old Town, were seen waving Lithuania’s national flags and holding placards that read: “George Soros out of Lithuania!” and “No to animal passports” – a reference to the introduction of immunity passports and other Covid-19 restrictions that are to come into force on Monday.

 

  • The Foreign Ministry summoned US Ambassador John Sullivan on Friday over Washington’s alleged efforts to interfere in Russia’s upcoming parliamentary elections. The US Embassy claims Sullivan visited the Foreign Ministry building in Moscow to discuss the stabilisation of Russia-US relations. Moscow has documentary evidence related to US efforts to interfere in Russia’s internal affairs and electoral processes, and has presented this evidence to US officials, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova has said.

 

  • A Brooklyn prison that is currently home to British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell and disgraced American singer R. Kelly is being bashed for its unsanitary conditions, sewer system, and other issues – and not only by the socialite’s lawyers this time. Maxwell’s legal team has filed numerous complaints about their client’s prison conditions as they’ve made five attempts to get her out of jail on bail but to no avail. According to the woman’s lawyers, Maxwell has been lacking sleep and proper nutrition at the Metropolitan Detention Centre (MDC), where the water was “undrinkable” and food contained melted plastic covering.

 

  • Robert O’Neill, a former member of the US SEAL Team Six and the man “credited with killing” the notorious terrorist leader and al-Qaeda* founder Osama bin Laden, has warned about a threat the United States may now be facing at home, Fox News reports. During an interview with the media outlet, O’Neill explained that his biggest concern is “the division in this country”. “Most people are good to each other. But the anger and the division gets the ratings, and that’s what people hear. A lot of people know if they keep people divided they can stay in power and it’s wrong”, he said. “We can disagree with each other but we’re on the same team when it all comes down to it”.

 

  • On 11 September, Russian airspace control over the Barents Sea discoverd an air target approaching the Russian state border. The Russian MiG-31 fighter jet took off over the Barents Sea to escort the Norwegian Air Force P-3C Orion patrol aircraft, according to the Russian National Defence Control Centre.

 

  • “In science fiction, there is a lot of effort put into searching for signs of life like plants, animals and organisms that look like us. But there is a higher probability that alien life will be at the microscopic level,” says Rutgers University geochemist, Nathan Yee, co-investigator at the ENIGMA project (Evolution of Nanomachines In Geospheres and Microbial Ancestors) that’s researching how proteins, “sophisticated nanomachines,” evolved to “create life on earth. “That fact is so much more interesting when you consider what the earliest lifeforms on Earth were capable of doing.”

 

  • “There was quite some detective work involved, and the right people were there at the right time,” said Diana Dragomir,” an exoplanetologist at the University of New Mexico about exoplanets discovered in 2019 that could sustain life using its advanced Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). “But we were lucky,’ she noted, “and we caught the signals, and they were really clear.” The planetary system called L 98-59 is located around 35 light-years away from Earth and hosts five new worlds that have characteristics that are also found on planets orbiting the sun.

 

  • Enigmatic viruses –not living, yet not dead–help create, protect and transform the universe, observed Carl Zimmer in his classic Planet of Viruses. Viruses, he notes, have had a huge impact on the history of all life on Earth–their population of Earth’s Oceans would stretch out into space 42 million light years. It was in the oceans that cover 2/3s of our planet, that life got its start. The oldest traces of life are fossils of marine microbes dating back almost 3.5 billion years. “It was in the oceans,” Zimmer observes, “that multicellular organisms evolved; their oldest fossils date back to about 2 billion years ago. In fact, our own ancestors did not crawl onto land until about 400 million years ago.”

 

  • An unidentified man in traditional Jewish clothing has been filmed climbing along the orthodox Adas Israel Synagogue in the southeast of Melbourne, where worshippers have been using a secret entrance in breach of the city’s lockdown restrictions. On 9 September, local media reported that Melbourne’s police cracked down on worshippers who gathered at the synagogue to celebrate the Jewish New Year. Local MP David Southwick earlier claimed that a group of Jewish worshipers had been posing as members of an Alcoholics Anonymous mental health group for months to gather at a synagogue in breach of COVID-19 lockdown.

 

  • The Australian Border Force (ABF) received almost 40,000 applications in August from individuals hoping to leave the country – of which 14,900 of those were looking to be overseas for 3 months or more. A large portion of the applications, 12,347, were rejected. Australia is one of the few countries in the world that require residents to apply for permission before leaving the country. Australia has enjoyed some of the lowest infection and death rates from COVID-19 but it has seen state governments apply stringent health restrictions and domestic border closures at any sign of an outbreak – sometimes over 1 case.

 

  • 26 out of the 27 “scientists” who wrote a letter in The Lancet “medical journal” trashing the theory that COVID-19 leaked from a Chinese lab have links to Wuhan researchers.
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