News Burst 14 October 2020 - Live Feed

News Burst 14 October 2020

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  • With a long-awaited Brexit agreement looking likely, President Macron has jeopardised any agreement by saying the UK position on fishing is “unacceptable.” Macron wants to keep the status quo for French fishing fleets, some of which rely on British waters for 75 percent of their catch. Instead, the UK is offering renegotiated, time-limited rights. The argument surrounding access by European nations to UK fisheries has been poisonous since day one. As the UK’s chief negotiator, the late Sir Con O’Neill, said of the 1972 talks with the then-European common market, “The question of fisheries was economic peanuts, but political dynamite.” Nothing has changed since.


  • A man from Russian Plastun settlement was detained by the FSB security service after a refrigerator car with the frozen body of a young Amur tiger, and a bear’s head with seven bear paws, was found hidden at his house. The 64-year-old whose ID was not revealed kept the tiger for several moths after it was shot a he sought a buyer, believe law enforcement. Poached Amur tiger pelts, claws and paws are stopped several times a year by the FSB on the border with China where they are sought as a traditional medicine that is believed to cure chronic diseases and replenish the level of energy. The tiger’s paws were tied with a rope. It was cut off to be sent for DNA testing, in the hope of confirming the identity of the hunter. The Amur – or Siberian – tiger was less than three years old; it’s not clear when and where the bears were hunted.


  • State Aviation Company has offered one of its helicopters that will fly over Mt Kilimanjaro, Kenya, to assess the area destroyed by fire and the other areas of the mountain that are still in danger of being ravaged by the inferno. The fire that has entered its third day broke out on October11, at Whona, which is a rest point by tourists using Mandara and Horombo routes to scale the highest mountain in Africa. Preliminary investigation has so far shown that the inferno was accidentally caused by porters who were serving climbers at Whona.


  • As of 2019, 41.9 percent of the 8,251 retired athletes surveyed by the Korean Sport & Olympic Committee remained unemployed, citing data by the committee. Of those employed, only 29.8 percent answered they had jobs related to sports, such as referees, instructors and teachers. The remaining 28.2 percent were working in areas unrelated to sports, as office workers or self-employed businesspersons.


  • The Thai government said was not concerned about a student-led demonstration on Wednesday as protest leaders sought to escalate their push to demand a new constitution and oust Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha. During three months of protests, anti-government activists have also broken a taboo by calling for reforms of the powerful monarchy of King Maha Vajiralongkorn, who is “enthroned in a position of revered worship” according to the constitution. Protesters, who drew tens of thousands of people to a demonstration last month, said they planned to gather on Wednesday at Bangkok’s Democracy Monument before moving to Government House and would camp there overnight.


  • Russian space agency Roscosmos is planning to develope a spacecraft fitted with a nuclear power module that would serve as a “tug” of sorts. The new craft’s key feature would be the ability to generate power autonomously, thanks to an onboard megawatt-class reactor, and to carry a variety of payloads across space. In July, Roscosmos head Dmitry Rogozin also announced that the space agency is working on a nuclear propulsion system that would allow heavy cargo ships to travel to the furthest reaches of our Solar system and beyond.


News Burst 14 October 2020

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News Burst 14 October 2020 - TDE

‘Tidal Disruption Event’

Through constant vigilance and some good fortune, astronomers have managed to capture the moment a supermassive black hole in a galaxy 215 million light-years away tore a star apart. The so-called ‘tidal disruption event’ (TDE) is the closest such death of a star humanity has ever witnessed. Astronomers were alerted by the intense flash of light, visible hundreds of millions of light years away, just before parts of the star disappeared into the black hole’s event horizon after being ‘spaghettified’ by the immense gravity. Stellar TDEs are almost impossible to predict and are only ever witnessed through constant surveillance of the sky, combined with a bit of good fortune. When the massive flare erupted during this particular TDE, astronomers responded incredibly quickly, pointing a vast array of telescopes at the constellation of Eridanus where it occurred.

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News Burst 14 October 2020 - Kim Jong Un

North Korea

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un appeared to shed tears at the weekend as he thanked citizens for their sacrifices, in the most striking demonstration yet of how he is relying on his “man of the people” persona to tackle his country’s deepening crises. Though the young leader has consolidated his rule over the isolated nation with ruthless purges, North Korea watchers say he has also sought to portray himself as a more traditional political leader than his eccentric father, Kim Jong Il. Speaking at a military parade on Saturday, Kim became emotional as he paid tribute to troops for their response to national disasters and preventing a coronavirus outbreak and apologized to citizens for failing to raise living standards.

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News Burst 14 October 2020 - Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

Peru’s best-known tourist site Machu Picchu has opened after months of coronavirus closure, but for just a single visitor – a Japanese man stranded in the country by the pandemic.

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2020SO was first thought to be an asteroid when it was discovered last month, but it’s moving so slowly that scientists think it could be “space junk” from the 1960s.
It is from Sirius and is billions of years old in Earth time. It was once part of a large Craft and Technology was not at all as advanced as now. It is a piece that simply broke off of a fast moving Craft and was left behind. It has drifted to many places and now is headed toward Earth. This is common and the Multiverses are full of abandoned Crafts or pieces of Crafts that have broken or malfunctioned. With all the chatter from Earth about it, our Friends may intercept it! No harm done! Neioh

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Ural Region

Ilya Yankovsky, 27, from the town of Irbit in the Ural region used high-speed photography to catch red sprites during nighttime thunderstorms. Usually sprites flicker so fast that they are barely visible to a naked eye. He said he was really lucky as the summer 2020 was unusually – for the Ural region – rich for thunderstorms.

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Somewhere in a dense jungle

God cannot be everywhere, which is why he created mothers – this famous old saying applies equally to animals; mothers are always looking out for their children out of the purest intentions. Somewhere in a dense jungle, a mommy leopardess was captured on camera, searching for her cub in a meadow of tall elephant grass. Since leopards are naturally gifted at camouflaging themselves, the mother stands tall on two legs to widen her eye span to spot her cub in the thick grass. It’s a magnificent sight you wouldn’t normally see in everyday life.

News Burst 14 October 2020 – Earthquakes

Earthquakes Last 36 Hours – M4 and Above

55.000.000 °C

The temperature of the gas heated by a supernova, a highly luminous stella explosion.

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We do not know the answer to this question. Where did all the red #Auroras come from? For much of mid-October, Earth's magnetic field has been very quiet. Extremely quiet. There should have been almost no auroras at all but... #NewsBurstLive

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Nelle ultime 24 ore in Europa e Medio Oriente, la prima #OndaSismica parte dall'Iran con un M4 poi altro M4 tra Italia e Libia e Algeria e Azzorre. La seconda onda ha invece riempito i punti intermedi di quella precedente con M3. M5 nel Nord Atlantico next?#NewsBurstLive

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#ChiefRaoniMetuktire, one of the most iconic defenders of the #Amazon, condemned Brazilian President Jair #Bolsonaro on Saturday for blaming wildfires devastating the rainforest on indigenous people. #NewsBurstLive

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The STS #Sedov encounters no ice as it attempts the #NorthernSeaRoute. Magnificent giant sailing ship easily passes three #Arctic seas exactly 142 years after the famous #VegaExpedition was stuck in pack ice for 11 months. #NewsBurstLive

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"Welcome to the Sunday School Church,” the ad reads. #Iceland’s National Christian Church officials say they are attempting to attract more visitors by promoting a culture that ’embraces everyone'. #NewsBurstLive

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Malaysia's palm oil companies are looking to recruit recovering drug addicts and prisoners to solve a severe shortage of foreign workers that has worsened due to a coronavirus-driven border closure. #NewsBurstLive

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ICE, Brazil Federal Police arrest alleged leader of major human smuggling organization from the Middle East (primarily Iran) into South America, the United States, Canada and Europe.#NewsBurstLive

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News Burst 27 October 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 27 October 2020 – Live Feed

NASA has today confirmed, for the first time, that there is water on the sunlit surface of the moon. The revelation means it is possible water is easily accessible and not just in the deep, permanently shadowed craters of the south pole, as was previously thought. A separate piece of research found these so-called ‘cold traps’, which are always in shadow, may contain up to 15,000 square miles – 40,000 square km – of water.

News Burst 26 October 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 26 October 2020 – Live Feed

Tech giants Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon have been summoned by a joint committee of the Indian parliament to discuss the issue of data protection and privacy over the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019. While Amazon refused to appear before an Indian parliamentary panel for a scheduled meeting on Friday, Facebook’s public policy head (India, South and Central Asia) Ankhi Das was grilled for two hours on the issue of data security by the panel.

News Burst 25 October 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 25 October 2020 – Live Feed

The FBI has declassified documents mentioning flying saucers and “multidimensional beings”, it follows from an almost 70-page report penned by an unnamed professor and recently leaked online, reportedly on the FBI’s online vault. According to Alienstar and the Daily Star, the files dubbed Memorandum 6751 by UFOlogists discuss alien encounters dating back to 1947, mentioning extraterrestrial ray wielding “disks” and other Alien Objects.

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