News Burst 17 November 2022
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- A missile that struck Polish territory on Tuesday, killing two civilians, was most likely fired from Ukraine, not Russia, US officials told the Associated Press. According to preliminary assessments, the shell was fired from Ukraine’s air defenses amid a large-scale Russian bombardment of Ukraine’s energy infrastructure, the AP reported on Wednesday. The information came from three US officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the issue publicly.
- Former US President Donald Trump has declared a run in the 2024 presidential race, saying President Joe Biden has “embarrassed, humiliated and weakened” the United States. He vowed to bring “glory” and “greatness” to the country. Speaking to a packed crowd at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida on Tuesday night, Trump outlined a list of problems facing citizens and the nation at large, claiming Biden and the Democratic Party were responsible for the “decline of America” after two years in power. “In order to make America great and glorious again, I am tonight announcing my candidacy for president of the United States,” Trump said, prompting cheers from supporters. “I will ensure Joe Biden does not receive four more years.”
- Elon Musk’s SpaceX is in talks to raise a funding round that values the rocket-launch and satellite company at more than $150 billion, people familiar with the matter said. The transaction being discussed represents a jump from the $125 billion valuation the company commanded earlier this year, the people said, asking not to be identified discussing confidential information. Terms including the price haven’t been finalized and could still change, the people said.
- Renowned economist Nouriel Roubini has denounced the cryptocurrency market as an “ecosystem that is totally corrupt,” and described some of its big players as “con men” after a major exchange collapse. Speaking at Abu Dhabi Finance Week on Wednesday, he criticized Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao, known as CZ, and called for his crypto exchange to become the subject of careful scrutiny from regulators. There were “seven Cs of crypto: Concealed, corrupt, crooks, criminals, con men, carnival barkers, and finally, CZ,” Roubini said on Wednesday at a panel hosted by CNBC. The cryptocurrency market is going through unprecedented turbulence after last week’s sudden collapse of FTX, one of the biggest crypto exchanges. It reportedly has more than 100,000 creditors, and liabilities of between $10 billion and $50 billion. Despite filing for bankruptcy, millions of dollars worth of crypto continued to be drained from FTX wallets over the weekend, further undermining trust in the industry.
- UK Justice Secretary and Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab on Wednesday requested an independent investigation into two formal complaints filed against him. In a letter to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Raab indicated that he wished to continue serving in the government and emphasized his commitment to high standards when it comes to relations with staff. According to the letter, which Raab posted on social media, the two separate complaints refer to his time as foreign secretary and his first term as justice secretary, between July 2019 and September this year. “I am, therefore, writing to request that you commission an independent investigation into the claims as soon as possible,” the deputy prime minister wrote to Sunak. Without disclosing the exact nature of the complaints or who had filed them, Raab emphasized that he has “never tolerated bullying,” and has always sought “to reinforce and empower” the teams of civil servants he worked with.
- Last week the world’s attention was fixated on the twists and turns of another round of the perennial Democrat-Republican rivalry. Europe and Asia, Latin America, and Africa closely followed the election, recording any shifts in the mood of certain groups of the American electorate, noting the emergence of new potential leaders and making predictions about the likely future of the American political system. Not only in America itself, but far beyond, there is an endless debate about the fate of US leadership and the limits of its international influence. Is it fair to say that, at the beginning of the third decade of the 21st century, we are witnessing the beginning of the revival of the former American hegemony in world affairs, or is the perceived restoration of a unipolar world nothing more than a delusion created by the efforts of skillful illusionists from the White House and the State Department? ~ Andrey Kortunov
- North Korea has warned Japan that it will “pay a high price” if the alleged persecution of its nationals resident there continues. Pyongyang views the “oppression” of North Koreans in Japan as a challenge to its dignity and sovereignty, the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) pointed out on Wednesday. According to South Korean news outlet Yonhap, the statement apparently referred to reports of an increase in hate crimes against students at schools across Japan for ethnic Koreans.
- In India, a total of 6,533 victims — 2,877 children and 3,656 adults — were reportedly trafficked in 2021. Of them, 6,213 victims have been rescued. However, anti-trafficking activists consider a rescue a job half-done, since the need of the hour is to provide proper rehabilitation, otherwise — they are likely to end up sex workers again. Some families either marry off their daughters and hide the trafficking incident or don’t accept the victim and leave her in a traumatized condition.
- The host of a live Twitter webcast has said he was prevented from posing hard questions to President Joe Biden’s wayward son Hunter. Mario Nawfal hosted Biden and “Tron” producer Donald Kushner on his Crypto Roundtable Show on Tuesday. Biden repeated his oft-related tale of how taking up painting as a hobby had helped him recover from his crack cocaine addiction — revealed in lurid images from his abandoned “laptop from hell.” Biden has reportedly raked in hundreds of thousands of dollars selling his daubs at private gallery shows in New York and Los Angeles, while claiming he was too poor to pay child support for the daughter he fathered with a stripper he gave a job at his investment firm — while he was also sleeping with his late brother’s widow. Both guests abruptly disconnected without saying goodbye near the end of the show as the host was thanking them for participating — at which point he vented his frustration.
- Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, the Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has remarked that “Indian fingerprints” will be present everywhere, as he heaped lavish praise on New Delhi for making enormous technological strides in recent years. “Our belief is that India is not just past and present but India is also the future. The future will have an Indian fingerprint on it for everyone and everywhere,” Al Olama stated at the inaugural session of the 25th Bengaluru Tech Summit. The three-day event kicked off on Wednesday and is being attended by 575 global companies, as per an official release. Al Olama said that technology was being driven from places like Bengaluru, which is also referred to as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’ for its Information Technology (IT) exports as well as for hosting offices of global tech companies such as Apple, Google, Adobe and Cisco.
- A study published in the Human Reproduction Update journal collected data from more than 57,000 men over 223 studies across 53 countries, making it the largest meta-analysis ever conducted on the topic. Worldwide average sperm counts are “falling at an accelerated rate after halving over the last 40 years,” according to a new study led by Israeli epidemiologist Hagai Levine. Sperm counts are not only an indicator of fertility but also of male health in general: a low count may indicate an increased risk of chronic diseases, testicular cancer, and a decreased lifespan, researchers said. Levine suggested that endocrine-disrupting chemicals or other environmental factors may play a role on this drop, acting on the fetus in the womb.
- Jamaica is struggling with an onslaught of gangs and gangs-related crimes. According to police data, organized crime is responsible for 71% of all murders on the island. Andrew Holness, Prime Minister of Jamaica, declared a state of public emergency in the capital and several parishes of the country in the wake of soaring gang crimes. This decision grants police new powers, including the permission to arrest citizens without warrants and search buildings without permission. “We have seen an increase in criminal activities in these areas and a threat to property and in some instances public disorder,” Holness said amid the announcement.
- “We’d expect far more galaxies located beyond the horizon, unobservable, each of which –along with any intelligences it hosts– will evolve rather like our own,” says astrophysicist Martin Rees. But Rees’ conjecture assumes, one may surmise, carbon-based DNA and conditions similar to that of our pale blue dot. However, a new analysis of known exoplanets has revealed that Earth-like conditions on potentially habitable planets may be much rarer than previously thought. The work focuses on the conditions required for oxygen-based photosynthesis to develop on a planet, which would enable complex biospheres of the type found on Earth. In 2019, Astronomers modeled the evolution of the Milky Way Galaxy over the past two decades to trace the distribution in space and time of four prerequisites for complex life, what they coined the “Galactic Habitable Zone” (GHZ): the presence of a host star, enough heavy elements to form terrestrial planets similar to Earth, sufficient time for biological evolution, and an environment free of life-extinguishing supernovae or gamma ray bursts.
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