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  • Qatar had no need to bribe socialist MEP Eva Kaili as the latter was implementing a wider EU plan and was getting orders from EU Parliament President Roberta Metsola, Kaili’s lawyer Michalis Dimitrakopoulos alleged on Tuesday. Metsola’s office told EURACTIV that the president gave instructions on how to represent the institution’s position and “nothing else”. Last Friday, Greek MEP Eva Kaili, her partner Francesco Giorgi, and ex-MEP Pier Antonio Panzeri, president of the NGO Fight Against Impunity, were arrested by the Belgian police on suspicion of corruption. On a political level, with an overwhelming majority, the EU House sacked her yesterday from the vice presidency.

 

  • A freestanding cylindrical aquarium housing about 1,500 exotic fish burst in Berlin on Friday morning, causing a wave of devastation in and around the tourist attraction. Glass, chairs, tables and other debris were swept out of the DomAquarée complex, which includes a Radisson hotel, a museum, shops and restaurants, as 1m litres of water poured out of the 14-metre-high (46ft) tank shortly before 6am. None of the animals inside the salt-water aquarium, which contained clownfish, teira batfish and palette surgeonfish, survived.

 

  • Moldova’s security services should probe a concert that featured children singing Soviet songs from World War II, President Maia Sandu has said. The shows, organized with assistance from the Russian embassy and the city administration of Moscow, took place recently in Moldova’s second largest city, Beltsy. Among other routines, children dressed in costumes resembling Soviet soldiers’ uniforms sang songs popularised during the war, known in Russia as the Great Patriotic War. When asked what she thought of the concerts during an interview with the local TVR broadcaster on Thursday, Sandu replied: “The Information and Security Service should look into this issue and find out whether they pose a threat to national security.”

 

  • [Always “rules for thee but not for me”] The EU has warned Elon Musk that Twitter could be targeted by sanctions after the platform owned by the entrepreneur suspended several journalists for allegedly sharing real-time location data about the billionaire and his family. “News about arbitrary suspension of journalists on Twitter is worrying,” wrote EU Commissioner for Values and Transparency Vera Jourova in a tweet on Friday. “EU’s Digital Services Act requires respect of media freedom and fundamental rights,” she said, adding that these rights are reinforced under the recently adopted European Media Freedom Act.

 

  • Staff at Furuvik Zoo in southern Sweden shot and killed three chimpanzees after all seven of the facility’s primates mysteriously escaped from their enclosure on Wednesday, operator Parks and Resorts revealed on Thursday. A fourth chimp was also shot but survived. Spokeswoman Annika Troselius defended the decision to shoot the creatures dead following harsh criticism on Facebook, telling AFP that chimpanzees are “considered a high-risk animal” and “can pose a threat to people’s lives” should they escape.

 

  • Germany, Italy, Austria and Japan were among the 50 members of the UN General Assembly who voted against the Russian resolution to condemn glorification of Nazism, joining the annual opposition by the US and Ukraine. The final vote on Thursday afternoon was 120 in favor, 50 opposed and ten abstaining. In addition to the former Axis powers, other notable “no” votes included Canada, the UK, France, Spain, Poland, Czechia, Poland, Hungary, and the three Baltic states. Switzerland, South Korea, and Türkiye were among the notable abstentions. Moscow proposes the resolution every year, urging the UN to combat the “glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and other practices that contribute to the escalation of contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance.”

 

  • Twitter on Thursday took down @elonjet, run by Jack Sweeney, who created a number of such accounts tracking billionaires’ private jets in the interest of calling attention to climate change. Musk has pledged to take legal action against Sweeney, accusing him of “doxxing,” or publishing private information about a person, such as their home address, phone number, or other information that could be used to harass them in their private life. The banned accounts belonged to reporters from prominent news outlets, including the New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, The Intercept, Mashable, and Vox, as well as unaffiliated prominent accounts like liberal commentator Keith Olbermann. Musk didn’t explain how any of those accounts had “doxxed” him. Musk defended the most recent round of high-profile account suspensions, which included an account that tweeted the location of his private jet, as well as several prominent journalists who had criticized him in recent days. “You dox, you get suspended,” Musk told them via Twitter Spaces. “End of story.” “Same doxxing rules apply to ‘journalists’ as to everyone else,” Musk said in a tweet later that night, later adding, “Accounts engaged in doxxing receive a temporary 7 day suspension.”

 

  • Russia’s Rosatom has the right to claim compensation from Finland over the breach of the Hanhikivi nuclear power plant deal, a board of independent experts has found, according to the Russian company. Earlier this year, Finnish company Fennovoima unilaterally rescinded its contract for the construction of the power plant with Rosatom’s subsidiary RAOS Project. Rosatom said both Fenovoima and RAOS Project applied to a Dispute Review Board (DRB) to investigate the situation. DRB consists of independent international experts and the option to review disputes via this council was included in the Hanhikivi contract. The exact amount of the compensation will be determined later, Rosatom added.

 

  • A US District Court has sentenced US-Lebanese national Ahmad Abouammo to three and a half years in prison for leaking the private information of Twitter users to the Saudi royal family. The ruling on Wednesday came after Abouammo was found guilty by a jury in August of spying on behalf of Saudi Arabia. Abouammo had worked for Twitter and was in charge of helping oversee media partnerships for the company in the Middle East and North Africa. He was found to be part of a scheme to acquire the personal information of users, including phone numbers and birth dates, for a Saudi agent.

 

  • The Bayraktar News show, produced by the Kvartal 95 (District 95) studio, purports to cover national news in a humorous way. The UOC was the predominant subject in its latest episode, with hosts claiming the church is a corrupt organization full of “agents of Russia.” The Ukrainian government is currently investigating the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (UOC) for alleged ties with Russia. A UOC statement claimed on Wednesday that the episode “was drenched with blasphemy” and mocked “not only the Church, but also faith in God per se, and thus it offended the religious feelings of all Christians in our nation.”

 

  • The Vatican has issued a formal apology to Russia for derogatory remarks made by Pope Francis last month about some ethnic groups in the country, according to Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova. The ministry received the message on Thursday from Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin. It expressed the Holy See’s respect for “all peoples of Russia, their dignity, faith and culture, just like all other nations and peoples of the world,” Zakharova told a press briefing. “The capacity to recognize one’s mistakes is becoming more rare in international relations today. This situation shows that, behind the Vatican’s calls for dialogue, there is a knack for having such a dialogue and hearing the other side,” the Russian diplomat noted. She added that Moscow considered the incident to be over. Pope Francis made a negative generalized assessment of the character of Buryats and Chechens, two of the many ethnic groups living in Russia, in an interview published in late November. He described them as “of Russia but… not of the Russian tradition” and claimed that such people were “the cruelest” of the Russian troops in Ukraine.

 

  • The US Army is investigating several officers who took sexually explicit photos of themselves wearing BDSM gear, USA Today reported on Monday citing Army officials. The photos were spread on social media last week and showed the male soldiers in uniform or parts of their uniforms, wearing chains, leather and dog masks. According to the outlet, internal Pentagon email traffic suggested that the pictures were taken at a base in Hawaii, where the soldiers are believed to be based.

 

  • EU member states have failed to agree a ninth package of economic sanctions targeting Russia over its military campaign against Ukraine, according to Reuters. The news agency, citing an anonymous diplomat, said several countries objected to a proposed change to the existing measures. The main bone of contention, Reuters claims, were plans to allow the passage of Russian fertilizers through EU ports, including those produced by sanctioned Russian firms. Some countries reportedly argued that this would help ensure food security in developing nations.

 

  • NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has provided mankind with yet another spectacular image from the depths of space. The picture in question is one of the first medium-deep wide-field images of the cosmos, depicting the North Ecliptic Pole area of the celestial sphere. The term “medium-deep” in this particular context refers to “the faintest objects that can be seen in this image,” which are around “one billion times fainter than what can be seen with the unaided eye,” a statement shared on NASA’s website clarified. The image, which comes from the Prime Extragalactic Areas for Reionization and Lensing Science program (PEARLS), features numerous galaxies in unprecedented detail.
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News Burst 19 April 2024 In Greece, a new report has stated that the population decline in the country has reached alarming levels, and it could become the world’s first country to suffer “population collapse”. The report claims that heart failure, stroke, blood clots...

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News Burst 18 April 2024 Rishi Sunak’s tobacco and vapes bill aims to create the UK’s first smoke-free generation, in a landmark public health intervention. The tobacco and vapes bill ensures anyone turning 15 from 2024, or younger, will be banned from buying...

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News Burst 17 April 2024 A project has been launched to delve into the links that may exist between the ancient Stonehenge monument and a "major lunar standstill", which happens every 18.6 years. This is when the moonrise and moonset reach their farthest points apart...

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News Burst 16 April 2024 World leaders are urging Israel not to retaliate after Iran launched an attack involving hundreds of drones, ballistic missiles and cruise missiles. British Foreign Secretary David Cameron told the BBC on Monday the U.K. does not support a...

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News Burst 15 April 2024 There are mounting concerns that Israel could strike back. If so, Iran warned Washington that US military bases could be in the crosshairs of missiles and suicide drones. "Our response will be much larger than tonight's military action if...

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