News Burst 16 November 2021
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- The British Poultry Council (BPC) rejected concerns over a current shortage of workers in the farming sector on Monday, claiming that there will “definitely” be enough turkeys for Christmas. Despite his optimism, the head of the BPC, Richard Griffiths, conceded that “people would have less choice overall this year,” saying that, to help with the ongoing issues, the farming industry has had to “streamline products and reduce the variety.”
- Rostec and Russia’s publicly owned aerospace giant UAC showed off renderings of the fifth-generation Sukhoi Su-75, codenamed ‘Checkmate.’ A variant of the stealth jet, they confirmed, will be made available without a cockpit. Instead, its onboard computer will allow it to fly autonomously, eliminating the risk of trained pilots being captured or killed. “A professional doesn’t need a hammer – a professional needs a scalpel,” a military officer in the video declares. “This is not just another aircraft of the fifth generation – this is the Checkmate.”
- ISS crew told to hide due to threat of space debris. On Wednesday, the ISS maneuvered to avoid a collision with a piece of a Chinese weather satellite that was destroyed by a weapon test in 2007. The crew had two days to prepare for Wednesday’s incident. This time they did not have enough time for maneuvering. In cases such as this, the crew is instructed to retreat to their spaceships for potential evacuation.
- Australian Defense Minister Peter Dutton vowed to “support the US in an action if the US chose to take that action” against China over Taiwan, prompting Global Times editor Hu Xijin to shoot back on social media on Sunday. “If Australian troops come to fight in the Taiwan Straits, it is unimaginable that China won’t carry out a heavy attack on them and the Australian military facilities that support them,” Hu warned. So Australia better be prepared to sacrifice for Taiwan island and the US.
- Two French journalists covering the worsening illegal migration crisis on the EU’s border with Belarus are reportedly heading to court after they were detained by cops while doing their jobs along the Polish side of the frontier. The two Frenchmen are understood to have been accused of illegally entering the border area after Polish authorities banned the press from covering the situation on the ground, instituting an effective media blackout, which has been widely criticized.
- Belarus’ national airline has announced it will no longer fly in citizens from a handful of Middle Eastern countries via the UAE, as the EU mulls sanctions on the country’s main airport amid a worsening illegal migration crisis. In a statement released on Sunday, Belavia revealed that citizens of Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and Yemen will no longer be accepted on flights leaving Dubai for the Belarusian capital. The notice also said that the airline will strengthen verification checks on those departing from the Gulf city.
- The slow-burning crisis between Belarus and its neighbors Poland and Lithuania over refugees is meant to distract EU members from “Russia’s activities” on its border with Ukraine, America’s top diplomat has sensationally claimed. On Sunday, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken hyped up the supposed ‘Russian threat’ during a conversation with his Polish counterpart, Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau. As he expressed his support to Warsaw in its ongoing row with Belarus, the US official put the blame for the crisis on the Belarusian government, saying Minsk’s actions “threaten security, sow division, and aim to distract from Russia’s activities on the border with Ukraine.”
- “When antimatter and matter meet, they annihilate, and the result is light and nothing else. Given equal amounts of matter and antimatter, nothing would remain once the reaction was completed. As long as we don’t know why more matter exists than antimatter, we can’t know why the building blocks of anything else exist, either. This is one of the biggest unsolved problems in physics,” says quantum physicist Jens Oluf Andersen at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. “The issue is even grander than that,” astrophysicist Igor Bray, John Curtin Distinguished Professor at Australia’s Curtin University wrote in an email to The Daily Galaxy about the baryon asymmetry enigma.”The fact that we do not understand matter-antimatter asymmetry means that we do not understand the origin of antimatter,” Bray explains. “The fact that we do not know how to unify quantum mechanics with gravity means that we do not even know that if we drop a bit of neutral antimatter, will it fall, float or rise!” Physics uses a standard model to explain and understand how the world is connected. The standard model is a theory that describes all the particles scientists are familiar with. It accounts for quarks, electrons, the Higgs boson particle and how they all interact with each other. But the standard model cannot explain the fact that the world consists almost exclusively of matter. So there must be something we don’t yet understand.
- Two Russian citizens in Poland are accused of organizing an illegal migration route, the Polish prosecutor’s office said on Monday.
“The prosecutor of the Silesian Department for Organized Crime and Corruption of the General Prosecutor’s Office in Katowice has sent another indictment in the case of the activities of an international organized criminal group that organized illegal border crossing by citizens of the Middle East. The accused are two citizens of Russia and a citizen of Ukraine,” the office said in a statement. The Russian Embassy in Poland has not received official notification from the Polish authorities regarding the accusations that Russian citizens have been facilitating illegal migration.
- Four Kenyan police officers have been convicted of killing the son of an English aristocrat who was found dead in a police station cell in 2012 after being “brutally tortured”. Alexander Monson, whose father is Nicholas, the 12th Baron Monson, was heir to a large country estate in Lincolnshire. Monson, 28, was arrested for smoking cannabis during a night out in the beach town of Diani, near Mombasa. Britain controlled Kenya from 1885 until the country gained independence in 1965.
- Maori tribe has called on demonstrators to “immediately” stop using their famous traditional dance, the haka, at anti-vaccination protests in New Zealand. The corresponding strict warning for anti-vaxxers was issued by the Ngāti Toa tribe, which guards the traditions of the haka, according to the BBC. “Ngāti Toa condemns the use of the Ka Mate haka to push and promote anti-CVD vaccination messages,” said its chief executive officer Helmut Modlik stated, as quoted by the BBC.
- Ghislaine Maxwell, who faces the rest of her life behind bars if convicted of abusing and procuring young girls for the late billionaire and convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein – charges that she denies – goes on trial on 29 November. Prince Andrew’s name is again set to make the headlines once the trial commences of disgraced British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, reports The Daily Mail. A lawyer connected to the case says it’s “inconceivable” that the Duke of York will escape being mentioned as Maxwell enters the dock on 29 November in Manhattan’s US District Court. “This will thrust Andrew back under the spotlight. It is inconceivable his name won’t be introduced by the women who will testify against Maxwell,” a lawyer involved in Maxwell’s case was cited as saying. Virginia Giuffre has reportedly vowed to attend the trial, while Prince Andrew vehemently denies her claims.
- French President Emmanuel Macron has made the blue colour on the official French flag darker, French media reported. The president made the decision more than a year ago, on 14 July 2020 but the change went unnoticed till now, France’s radio station Europe 1 said on Sunday. Macron’s decision was reportedly prompted by several factors, including the aesthetic, as darker navy blue is deemed more elegant than light blue. Moreover, the renewed flag is said to pay tribute to the French flag of 1793, according to Macron’s entourage.
- Some 15 massive skulls disovered inside a cave in the Ural Mountains, where the bears went to die in late Pleistocene. ‘The integrity of the bones in all of these caves was compromised by human activity prior to scientific study,’ said senior researcher Dr Dmitry Gimranov, from the Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology of the Ural branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. ‘In Prokoshev Cave, we have the opportunity to study the undisturbed structure of a ‘natural cemetery’, getting unique information about the ecology and biology of that era.
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