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  • Charles III’s coronation could be hampered by a number of organizational difficulties. Firstly, the possibility that Scotland might decide not to supply the UK with Stone of Scone. 70 years have passed since the last time a sovereign was crowned and it will be difficult to adapt the ceremony to modern times. In particular, the use to be made of the Edward I wooden throne which contains the Stone of Scone the most sacred historical relic to the Scots. In 1996, the stone was returned to Scotland, but they promised to loan it out for coronation ceremonies. Since then, however, the political balance has changed a lot and the country, therefore, could rebel against the idea and decide not to provide the sacred stone. The Stone of Destiny: at first sight, it is difficult to understand why this plain and rather unremarkable block of sandstone has fired the passion that it has over the past 700 years. Yet the power and importance of the Stone (also known as the Stone of Scone) far outstrips its physical appearance. The origins of the Stone have been lost to history and typically, there are legends aplenty concerning it. One theory grants it biblical origins while others have it produced in various parts of Ireland and Scotland. In so far as any of its early history is clear, it seems that the Stone was used at Iona, Dunadd, Dunstaffnage and Scone for enthroning a succession of Dalriadic and subsequent monarchs. In 1292 John Balliol became the last king to use the Stone in Scotland as it was stolen by Edward I of England in 1296, taken south alongside other important relics of nationhood and placed in Westminster Abbey. There it remained for the next 700 years, a part of the throne of Edward the Confessor on which all new sovereigns sit during their coronation. The last time it was used was at the coronation of HM The Queen in 1953.


  • The Russian ruble may be included in a list of currencies accepted for payments in Egypt, RIA Novosti reported on Monday, citing the press service of tour operator Tez Tour. “According to information from the Central Bank of Egypt, available to Tez Tour, from the end of September 2022, the Russian ruble will be included in the list of currencies used in the country,” the tour operator said. “This period just falls at the beginning of the high season there, so providing opportunities for travel companies and hotels accepting rubles for payment in conjunction with other factors will undoubtedly have a positive impact on the tourist flow.” Tez Tour noted that Egypt is the most popular travel destination among Russians for the autumn-winter season. Its share of the total bookings is about 46%.


  • The prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda has pledged, if re-elected, to hold a referendum on becoming a republic and removing the British monarch as the Caribbean nation’s head of state. Gaston Browne’s announcement came just two days after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, although the premier stressed that his proposal should not be considered “an act of hostility.” Speaking to ITV on Saturday after a formal ceremony proclaiming the queen’s son, King Charles III, as the new monarch, Browne said the referendum would take place “within the next three years.” The initiative “does not represent any form of disrespect to the monarchy” but reflects “long standing aspirations” of Antigua and Barbuda’s people, the prime minister explained.


  • The mayor of Paris is expected to curb the use of lighting at the Eiffel Tower as part of the French capital’s energy saving measures, amid soaring fuel costs and an EU-wide cost of living crisis. Mayor Anne Hidalgo will present her plan for cutting energy consumption early next week, French magazine Le Journal du Dimanche reported on Saturday. The package reportedly includes switching off the 336 projectors that give the pre-eminent symbol of Paris and of France its landmark golden glow at night, 75 minutes earlier than usual. The 330-meter-high tower is expected to go dark at 11:45 pm local time (10:45 GMT), when the last visitors leave.


  • The Russian Defense Ministry has confirmed the withdrawal of troops from multiple locations across Ukraine’s Kharkov region. The development comes amid a offensive in the area by Kiev. “In order to achieve the goals of the special military operation, a decision was made to regroup troops in the areas of Balakleya and Izyum in order to build up efforts in the Donetsk direction,” the Russian military said in a statement on Saturday. The troops stationed in the area have been “re-deployed” over the past three days into territory of the Donetsk People’s Republic, the ministry claimed


  • “If we want to dig to the bottom of the problems, we always end up in the same place: the issue of energy. And the situation is that Europe has run out of energy,” Orban wrote in a Facebook post on Saturday. The premier blamed the situation on “fundamentalist greens and the bureaucrats” playing “geopolitical games,” arguing that the bloc is refusing to use “different energy sources” for “political reasons,” driving up the cost of living and damaging its industries. “There are few continents in such a difficult situation as ours, but only our continent is making its own life so much harder,” Orban said, pledging to do everything “needed by the homeland.”


  • Vice President Kamala Harris is trying to use President Joe Biden as a “meal ticket” to boost her own chances of grabbing a seat in the Oval Office, former California State Senate majority leader, Democrat Gloria Romero, has stated in an interview with Fox News. Romero suggested that Harris is intentionally peddling both the idea of a 2024 Biden presidential run and her supposed alliance with him to discourage potential contenders who are not willing to run against Biden, only to eventually run herself.


  • The FBI last month raided Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence and seized numerous items, including empty folders labeled classified, as part of a probe into possible violations of sensitive materials handling protocols. Trump has denied wrongdoing and characterized the investigation as a misuse of the US justice system against him. The US government as part of a court battle following the raid requested that the purportedly classified materials be separated from other materials set to be reviewed by a neutral special master. “The Government generally points to the alleged urgent need to conduct a risk assessment of possible unauthorized disclosure of purported ‘classified records.’ But there is no indication any purported ‘classified records’ were disclosed to anyone,” the court filings said. “Indeed, it appears such ‘classified records,’ along with the other seized materials, were principally located in storage boxes in a locked room at Mar-a-Lago… which to this day is monitored by the United States Secret Service.”


  • The US Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART), the world’s first mission to test technology for defending Earth against potential asteroid or comet hazards, will impact its target asteroid Dimorphos on September 26, NASA and Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) mission planners told a press conference on Monday. “While DART’s target asteroid is not a threat to our planet, this test will see if asteroid deflection using a kinetic impactor spacecraft is a viable way to respond to a future asteroid on a collision course with earth should one ever be discovered,” NASA Science Mission Directorate Associate Administrator Thomas Zurbuchen said. Dart is a first of its kind spacecraft that will automatically navigate to a target asteroid and intentionally collide with it to change the asteroid’s motion in a way that can be measured using ground-based telescopes, Zurbuchen said.


  • Walt Disney’s video streaming platform Disney+ Hotstar has unveiled plans to make a series of movies based on the ancient Indian “Mahabharata” poem. Gaurav Banerjee, Disney+ Hotstar’s head of content and development, told fans at the annual ‘D23 Expo’ in California that the planned movie, which has been touted as an ambitious, big-budget project, will be made in collaboration with “Udta Punjab” famed Bollywood producer Madhu Mantena, along with Mythoversestudios and Allu Entertainment. Set to release in 2024, the movie is said to be a daunting project for the filmmaker as “Mahabharata” is roughly ten times the length of the ancient Greek epic poems “Iliad” and “Odyssey” combined.


  • Prince Andrew has been heckled as he marched on Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral procession through the Scottish city of Edinburgh. “Andrew, you’re a sick old man” an onlooker shouted as Andrew, his brother King Charles III and his sister Princess Anne walked behind the hearse carrying his mother from Holyrood House to St Giles Cathedral, where she will lie in state. The incident was captured on the official TV broadcast of the event. The heckler has already been arrested.


  • India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced that local scientists have developed a vaccine to control lumpy skin disease (LSD) in cattle. Speaking at the International Dairy Federation’s World Dairy Summit 2022 in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, Modi expressed concern about livestock diseases and termed them a major threat because it impacts farmers’ income, as well as affecting milk production and quality. According to latest government data, at least 57,000 cows have died in India over the past four-and-a-half months, while more than 1.5 million have caught lumpy skin disease.


  • Iran said it was ready to continue cooperating with the U.N. nuclear watchdog while revealing a drone capable of hitting major cities in Israel, which has threatened to attack Iranian nuclear sites if diplomacy fails to save a 2015 nuclear pact.


  • Forces in northern Ethiopia’s Tigray region that have been fighting the central government for nearly two years said they are ready for a ceasefire and would accept an African Union-led peace process. The conflict in northern Ethiopia has displaced millions and killed thousands.


  • A young female climate activist has lashed out at top Swedish politicians in a televised election debate, berating them for their “failure to address the environmental crisis and the climate change,” evoking speculation that she is the new Greta Thunberg. “Don’t you understand the seriousness? People are dying!”, the young activist, whose name is Eira Hedlund and who represents Greta Thunberg’s organization Fridays for Future, thundered during the debate between Moderate leader Ulf Kristersson and current Prime Minister and Social Democrat leader Magdalena Andersson. Subsequently, Hedlund started to cry, yet went on, sobbing: “How can you continue to pretend that the climate crisis is not happening? How can you do this to us?”


  • “If we hypothesize the existence of space-time tunnels, what we get is that our galaxy could really contain one of these tunnels, and that the tunnel could even be the size of the galaxy itself. But there’s more,” explained Paolo Salucci, astrophysicist with SISSA and a dark matter expert. “We could even travel through this tunnel, since, based on our calculations, it could be navigable.” Salucci is among the authors of the paper published in Annals of Physics.
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