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- Princess Michael of Kent has been ill for a month and is suffering from blood clots after getting her two doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca CVD vaccine, The Sun reports, citing a source close to the princess. The princess, 76, is married to Prince Michael of Kent, 78, a paternal first cousin to Queen Elizabeth II.
- US media are not trustworthy at the moment, telling “all lies now, all the time,” Suzanne Massie, a US historian who advised President Ronald Reagan on Russia, told Russian media. “We cannot read our own media because it is all lies now, all the time,” Massie said, as quoted by the broadcaster. The historian is critical of incumbent US president, Joe Biden, too. “He is someone who is not a president. He is a puppet,” she said, adding that Washington is “a swamp” now. Suzanne Massie, has traveled to Moscow to ask Russian President Vladimir Putin for a Russian passport.
- The Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP), a powerful telescope developed and operated by the country’s science agency CSIRO, became fully operational in February 2019 and has been conducting pilot surveys of the sky to map the structure and evolution of the Universe. While scanning data, member of the scientific team Anna D. Kapińska of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Socorro, New Mexico, spotted four bright radio circles. However, as attempt to observe them via telescopes in other wavelengths, the search failed to find anything. Thus, the team dubbed them “odd radio circles” (ORCs). Each of the ORCs had a galaxy sitting almost exactly in its centre. The entities were determined to be several billion light-years away, and potentially a few million light-years in diameter.
- Speaking ahead of the upcoming release of the Pentagon’s report on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, former US Navy Lieutenant Ryan Graves opened up about his own alleged encounters with airborne objects of unclear origin. According to CBS News, Graves revealed that he and other pilots of his F/A-18 fighter squadron detected “strange, maneuverable and unidentified objects” in the restricted airspace southeast of Virginia Beach. These detections apparently occurred on a regular basis, taking place practically every day for two years straight starting in 2015, with Graves remarking that pilots eventually began taking them for granted. Graves complained about people’s willingness to “ignore the fact” that UFOs are out there and are “watching us every day”.
- Since his fall from grace due to his perceived connections with the late convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, Prince Andrew has reportedly been stripped, either quietly or publicly, of his role as patron of almost 50 organisations, according to The Telegraph. An estimated one in four charities and companies scurried to sever ties with the Duke of York after he stepped back from his public duties 18 months ago because the Jeffrey Epstein scandal had become a “major disruption” to the Royal Family. The eighth in line to the throne was reportedly seen as “no longer appropriate” to continue public associations with the charities and groups, as many are cited as having expressed a desire to find someone “better suited” to their “aims and values”.
- New images showing US Naval personnel’s close encounter with a so-called Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) taken on board the littoral combat ship USS Omaha have been released by investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell. The footage captures what has been described as a spherical transmedium vehicle (able to travel through both air and water) moving, hovering, and vanishing into the Pacific Ocean. According to audio in the footage, the Omaha launched an immediate search, but once the sphere had dropped from the screen, it also vanished from the Omaha’s radar and sonar. Subsequently, the team was unable to find any wreckage on the surface.
- A petition signed by 93 former police officers urged President Emmanuel Macron, the government, and lawmakers to “do everything possible to put an end to the extremely serious situation that France is going through in terms of security and public peace. France must not fall into chaos. The French police cannot allow that armed forces replace them tomorrow in order to avoid a civil war.”
- Governor Andrew Cuomo wants all New Yorkers to follow “the science” when it comes to Covid, unless science frees them from his dictatorial reign. On Thursday afternoon CDC Director Rochelle Walenksy announced, “Anyone who is fully vaccinated can participate in indoor and outdoor activities – large or small — without wearing a mask or physically distancing.” That was too much freedom for Cuomo and his Health Commissioner Howard Zucker, who feel they must review the ruling before granting New Yorkers anymore freedoms.
- Sebastian Kurz has said he will refuse to step down even if he faces criminal charges over alleged perjury. The Austrian leader has been targeted by an anti-corruption prosecutors’ probe over a parliamentary testimony. Earlier this week, Kurz revealed he has been targeted by a probe led by the Public Prosecutor’s Office for Combating Economic Crime and Corruption (WKStA). The investigation is related to the so-called ‘Ibiza affair’, namely to the statements made by the Chancellor before a parliamentary committee last June. The ‘Ibiza affair’ has been plaguing the Kurz government for months. The major political scandal erupted back in May 2019, when German media published footage of then-Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache and leader of the right-wing Freedom Party (FPO) Johann Gudenus holding a shady private meeting on the Spanish resort island with a woman pretending to be the niece of a Russian oligarch.
- Instagram has come under fire from British law enforcement after an investigation by the Telegraph revealed that dozens of convicted paedophiles were using the popular social media site. The newspaper was able to identify more than 100 accounts matching the names and photographs of people who have been jailed for sexual abuse against children over the last decade. Two of the accounts belonged to men serving 20-year prison sentences for raping young children, the Telegraph said. One sex offender on the site identified himself as a “social media marketer” and was following more than 5,000 accounts.
- A string of prominent Iranian politicians have entered the presidential race in a bid to replace Hassan Rouhani. The list includes former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as well as the chief justice and an ex-parliament speaker. Iran is heading for presidential elections scheduled for June 18 that will determine a successor to the incumbent President Hassan Rouhani. The president is considered a moderate politician who led Iran into the 2015 nuclear deal. He cannot seek re-election since he is barred from running for a third consecutive term.
- China wants Central Asian countries to get involved in its Belt and Road Initiative, but fears that US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan could lead to a rise in terrorism in the region and affect its plans. A commentary in the Global Times has elaborated on Beijing’s concerns that the US pull-out “could leave chaotic situations and the region could become a breeding ground” for three evils- terrorism, separatism and religious extremism.
- A large batch of AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine has been put on hold in Indonesia after a 22-year-old died a day after getting the shot. The batch will be run through additional “sterility and toxicity” tests. The move was announced by the Indonesian Health Ministry on Sunday. The offending batch, known under the designation ‘CTMAV547’, consists of some 448,480 doses of the vaccine. It’s part of a nearly four million shot delivery allocated to Indonesia under the COVAX program, backed by the World Health Organization (WHO).
- Police in Kazakhstan have detained an Instagram blogger over satirical posts he made on the social media platform as the government continues to pressure political opponents. Police searched the home of Temirlan Ensebek in Almaty on May 15 and seized his equipment. Yensebek is a member of Oyan, Qazaqstan (Wake Up, Kazakhstan!), a group that supports political reform in the authoritarian Central Asian nation. A few supporters of the blogger protested outside the police station where he was being questioned. Esenbek’s wife said he could face charges of knowingly spreading false information that puts public order in danger.
- The South Korean government has started looking into an allegation that Google restricted applications downloaded from other app stores from accessing Android Auto, the company’s mobile operating software for in-car use. According to the industry and government sources Sunday, the Korea Communications Commission has recently opened a probe to see if Google has violated the Telecommunications Business Act here. “The commission would see if Google has unfairly limited end users’ access to third-party apps downloaded via other app store platforms,” an official from the Korea Communications Commission said. The official added that the commission could expand the investigation, depending on the findings of its probe. Google’s Android Auto, which is installed in many of the popular cars from Hyundai Motor, Kia and Renault Samsung, does not allow applications downloaded via app store platforms other than its own Google Play, including SK Telecom’s One Store and Samsung’s Galaxy Store.
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