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  • A federal judge on Tuesday ordered Dr. Anthony Fauci and the White House press secretary to hand over their communications with five social media giants. The ruling stems from a lawsuit alleging that the Biden administration colluded with companies to censor views on COVID-19 management that were not aligned with the administration’s official narrative. This story has led someone to link it with the abandonment of public offices by the White House advisor for the Covid emergency. Anthony Fauci, Joe Biden’s chief adviser on Covid who has become the face of the fight against the pandemic in the US, announced in mid-August that he will leave office in December. The famous and talked-about Italian-American scientist, coordinator of almost all military and civilian bacteriological experiment projects in the USA, will also resign from the direction of the National Institute for Infectious Diseases (Niaid), which he led for 38 years, and from his immunology lab “to pursue the next chapter of my career,” as he explained in an interview.

 

  • A large satellite launched to space 10 september could become brighter than any other object in the night sky except the moon, raising concerns about its impact on astronomy. The BlueWalker 3 satellite, built by Texas-based firm AST SpaceMobile, is designed to test the company’s technology to beam a cellular connection, including 4G or 5G internet, directly from a satellite to mobile phones, enabling users to receive mobile coverage in remote. The BlueWalker 3 satellite, which will use an antenna the size of a squash court to beam internet to mobile phones, could outshine everything in the night sky except for the moon.

 

  • In an interview with India’s NDTV news channel on Thursday, Trump lamented that America’s standing in the world has suffered several major blows under his successor in the White House, Joe Biden. He claimed that the current US president has made many mistakes, citing as an example last year’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan. Trump described Biden’s handling of the pullout as “incompetent,” as Washington left behind American citizens and equipment worth some ‘$85 billion’. According to the ex-president, withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan was the right thing to do, but it was not executed correctly. Trump argued that, had he still been in office at the time, the chaos would not have occurred.

 

  • Switzerland’s plans to build a nuclear waste storage facility in an area adjacent to Germany have left communities across the border fearing for their health, according to media reports. On Saturday, Switzerland’s National Cooperative for the Disposal of Radioactive Waste (Nagra) proposed the Nordlich Laegern area as a location for the future underground radioactive waste repository. In a tweet, Nagra argued that the spot was the safest option due to its geology. The cooperative will present its rationale for choosing the area in more detail during a press conference on Monday in Bern, the message read. If approved by the Swiss authorities and citizens, radioactive waste from the country’s five nuclear power plants as well as from medical and industrial facilities, would be buried several hundred meters underground. According to Nagra’s website, “the required confinement time is around 200,000 years for high-level waste and around 30,000 years for low-level and intermediate-level waste.”

 

  • An American satellite is partially disintegrating in orbit, endangering other spacecraft circling Earth, Russian scientists warned on Saturday. The craft in question is the US geostationary communications satellite Galaxy 11, operated by satellite services company Intelsat, according to the Moscow-based Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics at Russia’s Academy of Sciences. It had been launched in 1999 as a backup for the Intelsat 802 satellite. Telescopes have been following several small-sized fragments that detached from Galaxy 11 and now pose a potential threat for other satellites in orbit, the scientists said. The Keldysh Institute said that the exact reasons for the disintegration of the spacecraft were currently unknown, but suggested that it could be the result of the aging of its thermal insulation, solar panels or other equipment.

 

  • A magnitude 7.6 earthquake struck Papua New Guinea on Sunday morning, with tremors felt widely in the Pacific nation of 9 million. The epicenter was at a depth of 90km (around 56 miles), not far from the town of Kainantu in the eastern part of the country, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said. One witness described the quake as “very strong”, saying “everything was like sitting on a sea – just floating.”

 

  • If at first you don’t succeed, then try, try again. This seems to be the mantra of the Ukrainian government as it seeks to blackmail the international community into helping it evict Russia from the territory encompassing Europe’s largest Nuclear Power Plant. Kiev is insisting that the international community oversee the “demilitarization” of the Zaporozhye plant and surrounding environs. The removal of Russian forces, the Ukrainians contend, and their replacement with international “peacekeepers,” is the only way to ensure nuclear safety.

 

  • Former US President Donald Trump said on Thursday he would make a decision on whether to contest the 2024 presidential election “in the very near future.” Speaking to Indian broadcaster NDTV, the ex-president claimed that “everyone wants me to run,” hinting that he is optimistic about his prospects for winning both the Republican nomination, and a potential rematch with the current president, Joe Biden. “I’m leading in the polls, and every poll – Republican polls and Democrat polls. I’ll make a decision in the very near future, I suspect. And I think that a lot of people are going to be very happy.” Earlier reports suggested that Trump could launch his presidential bid before the November midterm election, even as early as July, which did not happen.

 

  • More people in Germany may become homeless this winter as soaring costs of living keep adding pressure on vulnerable households, President Frank-Walter Steinmeier warned on Sunday. Over 300,000 Germans do not have a home, Steinmeier told a conference at his Bellevue residence. Of them, 45,000 are forced to sleep rough on the streets. “More than 300,000 is a huge figure! And let’s be clear: this number may rise in the coming months, ” he said. Steinmeier said that the problem of homelessness was more acute than ever at this time of crisis. He urged politicians to make sure that “the topic is not relegated to the bottom of the political agenda”.

 

  • The teacher’s conduct was brought to the attention of school authorities after a student recorded her monologue on video and published it online. In the 17-seconds piece, the teacher claims that the students shouldn’t “judge” people for wanting “sex with a five-year-old.” A teacher at Franklin High School in El Paso, Texas, has been placed on paid administrative leave and is facing termination of contract for forcing students to call pedophiles “minor attracted persons” during a lesson. The teacher, who was identified by El Paso Teachers’ Association as Amber Parker, may now appeal the decision. In case she fails – her contract with the school will be terminated.

 

  • Australian authorities have decided to scrap the three-year entry ban for Serbian star tennis player Novak Djokovic as next year’s Australian Open tournament draws closer, Herald Sun reported on Sunday. The athlete was barred from entering Australia after a COVID-19 controversy in early January, when he was stripped of his visa by then-Immigration Minister Alex Hawke and left the country as he was not vaccinated. Djokovic’s vaccination status also prevented him from taking part in the 2022 US Open tennis championships. The 2023 Australian Open is set to take place on January 16-29.

 

  • While numerous countries still discourage their citizens from travelling to Iraq, citing risks of insurgency, riots, kidnapping and terrorism, tourists are slowly returning to the conflict-ravaged country. The first group of tourists has visited the ancient ruin of Hatra near Iraq’s Mosul since the occupation by the Daesh terrorist group. The tour allowed 40 tourists from around the world to walk the ruins of the ancient Parthian city built around the 2nd and 3rd centuries BC and declared an endangered world heritage site by UNESCO. These tourists were the first to witness efforts to restore the site, which was damaged by Daesh insurgents. The terrorist group, which seized swathes of Iraqi and Syrian lands between 2011 and 2015, actively destroyed numerous historic sites under the pretext of fighting idols incompatible with “true” Islamic beliefs. Hatra was no exception.
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