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  • Twitter sued Elon Musk for breaching his $ 44 billion deal to buy the social media platform and asked a Delaware court to order the richest person in the world to complete the merger at the agreed amount. of $ 54.20 per Twitter share. If Twitter’s stock price continues to fall, other buyers may be interested, says Lauren Silva Laughlin, a columnist for Breakingviews. Tesla CEO and SpaceX founder Elon Musk ’s response came minutes after news surfaced online that Twitter had sued him. While his tweet did not mention anything about the lawsuit, it was apparent that he was referring to reports that Twitter reportedly did not want to go through with the deal back in April.

 

  • What had spiny claws protruding from its mouth, sported a body shaped like a toilet brush and looked as though it slithered off the cover of a sci-fi novel? An ocean predator from the Cambrian period known as Stanleycaris hirpex. Newfound fossils of the bizarre creature are exceptionally complete, preserving the brain, the nervous system and a third eye. Researchers at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in Toronto recently announced the discovery of fossils belonging to that strange animal as part of an “astonishing” treasure trove of fossils dating to 506 million years ago, according to a statement(opens in new tab). Paleontologists found these ancient treasures in the Burgess Shale, a formation in British Columbia’s Canadian Rockies that is known for its abundant and well-preserved fossilized animal remains, and among the half-a-billion-year-old fossils were numerous specimens of the marine predator S. hirpex.

 

  • A US destroyer sailed near the disputed Paracel Islands in the South China Sea, prompting an angry reaction from Beijing, which claimed its military had “kicked out” the ship after illegally entering territorial waters.

 

  • The remains are estimated to be about 1.4 million years old. Because of its age, the new human fossil found in the Sima del Elefante reveals what “the face of the first European man” must have looked like. The Minister of Culture of the Junta de Castilla y León, Gonzalo Santonja, attended the presentation of the remains. Several project leaders and other persons important to the site were also in attendance. Scientists have been debating the most coherent evolutionary model to explain the origin of the modern human face for several decades, thanks to discoveries in the Gran Doina cave. The oldest modern face recorded to date is of Homo antecessor and is estimated to be 850,000 years old. However, thanks to this new find at Atapuerca, progress can be made in finding the origin of our face.

 

  • [January 18, 2022] Convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell is no longer protecting the names of eight men involved in Jeffrey Epstein’s operation. Maxwell’s attorney told a federal judge on Wednesday that she would no longer object to their identities being revealed. The men are listed as “John Does” in a 2015 civil lawsuit brought against Maxwell by Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Giuffre. Although Epstein is reputed to have had many rich and powerful friends, none have been specifically implicated in court. The final decision on releasing their names is up to Federal Judge Loretta Preska. “Now that Maxwell’s criminal trial has come and gone, there is little reason to retain protection over the vast swaths of information about Epstein and Maxwell’s sex-trafficking operation that were originally filed under seal in this case,” Guiffre attorney Sigrid McCawley said. McCawley added at least two of the unidentified people — John Does 53 and 54 respectively — do not oppose and do not generally object to their names being unsealed.

 

  • Prince Andrew was stripped of his patronages and HRH title amid the fallout from his ties with the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, while vehemently denying all allegations against him. An overwhelming majority of Britons would prefer to have Prince Andrew “kicked out” of Windsor Castle and stripped of all of his royal privileges, a recent poll has revealed. The new survey for the Express posed this specific question to several thousand Britons, with about 13,600, or 85% of respondents, voting “yes”.

 

  • Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa fled the country and hundreds of protesters stormed the prime minister’s office demanding his ouster, as a popular uprising over a devastating economic crisis overwhelmed the security forces.

 

  • The South African police have arrested the owner and two employees of a tavern where 22 people were found dead under undetermined circumstances in late June, South African media reported on Wednesday. The police have arrested the tavern owner on charges of selling liquor to minors, since the victims included young people under 18, and a 13-year-old boy, according to eNCA broadcaster. The owner is expected to appear in court in East London next Tuesday, eNCA said. The media outlet added that the exact cause of the young men’s deaths remains unclear.

 

  • Ukraine said a deal to resume Russia’s blocked grain exports appeared very close as four-party talks prepared to resume, raising hopes of ending a stalemate that has put millions of people at risk. to starve.

 

  • Mohammed Rahman Arsala, an Afghan migrant who was jailed last year for 15 years for raping a 12-year-old boy in France has attempted to justify his actions by saying that it was a ‘normal’ cultural practice in his home country, reported French media. He also claimed ignorance of French laws. “In my country, it is normal to have sexual relations with young boys because women are inaccessible. When I arrived in France I did not know your laws, but since I learned that it was prohibited,” the migrant stated through his interpreter. He also alleged that the incident would not have occurred if he had had a wife to satisfy his sexual urges. “And yet we must take into account the cultural element… Because we are all the product of [cultural] standards, of a background. And he was born 100 kilometres [60 miles] from Kabul,” the migrant’s lawyer was cited as saying, according to a report from Le Telegramme.

 

  • The Archaeological Museum in the Norwegian city of Stavanger has been surprised by an unexpected contribution from the public, when a person left Viking-age jewelry at its entrance. The find consists of several dress buckles, two bracelets and a pearl necklace that worn like a link. Archeologist Kristine Orestad Sørgaard said that this type of jewelry was typical of housewives in the Viking Age, adding that she could date the find instantly. “This find just screams Viking Age. Both the oval buckles with silver plating, the straight-armed buckle, and the two bracelets are typical of the period. In addition, the woman had jewelry with more than 50 pearls,” she said, as quoted by The Viking Herald.

 

  • Chinese smartphone maker Oppo has been asked by India’s Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) to pay up more than $550 million after the Guangdong-headquartered company admitted to customs duty evasion in its operations in the South Asian nation, an official release from the Indian Finance Ministry stated on Wednesday. Oppo Mobiles India Private Limited, or Oppo India, a subsidiary of the Chinese parent company, is one of the biggest smartphone brands in India and is involved in manufacturing popular mobile devices such as OnePlus and RealMe. Indian investigators have said that they recovered “incriminating evidence” after carrying out searches at various office locations of Oppo India as well as at residences of its top executives.

 

  • More than a thousand girls were raped by Asian grooming gangs in the West Midlands town of Telford over decades while police refused to step in for fear of being dubbed racist.A report following a three year investigation accused authorities of “turning a blind eye” for more than 30 years and “ignoring obvious signs of child sexual exploitation”. Inquiry chairman Tom Crowther QC said the abuse by gangs of Asian men, many of whom worked in the taxi business, went on for decades even though Telford council and West Mercia Police (WMP) had been “aware of it in detail”. Police dropped cases like a “hot potato” for fear of looking racist, while the victims were often blamed for the abuse or accused of prostituting themselves.

 

  • The 79-year-old POTUS is being steered away from “unscripted interactions with the news media,” The New York Times recently reported. During Biden’s speeches, WH aides were said to “hold their breath to see if he makes it to the end without a gaffe.” Former President Barack Obama was swift to “scathingly” reprimand his former White House physician for criticizing Joe Biden’s cognitive health, according to an upcoming memoir. Rep. Ronny Jackson, R-Texas, is cited by Fox News as recalling how at one point in 2020 he got a stern email from Obama for retweeting a video of Biden’s “latest cognitive misadventure.” The White House physician to Presidents George W. Bush, Obama and Donald Trump was running for Congress at the time, and weighed in on the media’s lack of attention to then-presidential candidate Biden’s discerning cognitive abilities. “Biden was on TV again, making crazy statements and concerning mental gaffes; he didn’t know what state he was in or what office he was campaigning for. He apparently thought at one point that he was running for the Senate and later couldn’t remember what state he was campaigning in. This had been going on for months and was getting worse,” Jackson recalled of the 2020 campaign.
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News Burst 20 March 2024 ​The Israeli government is using starvation of civilians as a method of warfare in the occupied Gaza Strip, which is a war crime, Human Rights Watch said today. Israeli forces are deliberately blocking the delivery of water, food, and fuel,...

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News Burst 19 March 2024 The UN food agency says "famine is imminent" in northern Gaza, where an estimated 70% of the population faces catastrophic hunger. William Bell, Christian Aid's Head of Middle East Policy and Advocacy, commented: "Children in Gaza are dying of...

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News Burst 17 March 2024 ​Lolling with bright blue yoga mats, sleeping masks and travel pillows, hundreds of Mexicans laid sprawled out on the ground at the base of the Mexico City ’s iconic Monument to the Revolution to take a nap. Dubbed the “mass siesta,” the event...

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News Burst 16 March 2024 A giant stone head resembling an ancient Indigenous sculpture sits on top of a crushed Tesla car. It’s not the scene of a freak accident, but a piece of art – whose creator says he wanted to provoke Elon Musk Chavis Marmol, a 42-year-old...

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News Burst 15 March 2024 Israeli fire killed five people at a food distribution center in southern Gaza's Rafah, Palestinian health officials said Wednesday. The Israeli military said it was looking into the incident in Rafah, where more than half of Gaza's 2.3...

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