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  • 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 and cancer among otherwise healthy young people have caused the mortality rates to skyrocket in Greece. Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis called the prospect of population collapse a “ticking time bomb” and a “national threat”. Greece’s birth rate fell by 30 per cent from 2011 to 2021 to under 84,000 per year, slipping below the death rate, according to the country’s national Hellenic Statistical Service, also known as ELSTAT. The OECD also projects Greece’s population to fall from 10.4 million last year to just over 10 million in 2030.


  • Elon Musk has shared and commented on an X post talking about Greece’s looming “population collapse”, a scenario predicted for the country after it has seen a rise in sudden and unexpected deaths, alongside a drop in fertility rates. “Greece is one of dozens of countries experiencing population collapse due to low birth rates,” Elon Musk wrote in accompaniment to his retweeting of a news item stating that “population collapse” is looming in Greece amid the demography changes in the country.


  • Over 160 Ukrainian children allegedly “kidnapped by Russia” have been discovered living in Germany, the country’s Federal Criminal Police (BKA) has confirmed. The head of Ukrainian national police, Ivan Vygovsky, on Wednesday hailed the discovery, telling national media that he had discussed the issue with Holger Munch, president of the BKA, during a meeting earlier in this week. Allegations by Kiev that Moscow kidnapped Ukrainian children en masse have been exposed as a lie after some of the purported victims have been found in the EU, according to Russian children’s rights commissioner Maria Lvova-Belova. She is among the officials to have been accused of abducting youngsters from Ukraine amid the conflict between Moscow and Kiev. When asked for clarification by RT Deutsch, the BKA said its officers had identified the children after they were flagged as “kidnapping” victims by Kiev. Their personal details were checked against German records.


  • Japan’s iconic and prestigious Shinkansen or high-speed bullet trains face the rarest of rare delay. The reason behind it is not either human or technical glitch. The peculiar incident disrupted the renowned punctuality of Japan’s bullet trains when an unexpected passenger, a snake, made its presence known aboard a high-speed train. While Japan’s railway system is famed for its efficiency and precision, the uninvited reptilian guest managed to cause a rare 17-minute delay as it traversed through a passenger carriage.


  • One of the largest private Western investors in Ukraine has told the Financial Times that senior Kiev officials, including some from President Vladimir Zelensky’s office, are trying to extort money from him. Anglo-German businessman Arnulf Damerau co-owns Cosmolot, one of the largest online casino operators in Ukraine, which is being investigated by the country’s Economic Security Bureau (ESBU). In an interview with the British paper on Thursday, he alleged that senior Ukrainian officials some months ago had made to him what amounted to a criminal proposal. The Ukrainian authorities suspect Cosmolot of tax evasion. Last October, the ESBU raided the firm’s headquarters and in February it froze over $17 million in the company’s accounts, claiming it owed the government $30 million in back taxes. It alleged that copycat websites that share design and infrastructure with the online casino serve some of its clients, but do not report the proceeds that they generate.


  • A Jewish woman from Australia was taken into police custody in the state of Kerala in southern India for tearing down posters supporting Palestine, Indian media have reported. A video of a heated exchange between a woman and the locals, who questioned her move, has gone viral on social media. In the footage, the woman can be heard claiming that the posters promoted “racism and propaganda.” The scene took place in the city of Kochi, known, among other things, as home to the oldest group of Jews in India, although just a handful of them remain. After a brief investigation, the woman was tried in court in the Thoppumpady ward of Kochi, according to the New Indian Express. Her friend was not arrested, as her involvement could not be established. Meanwhile, two officials from the Australian embassy have reached out to help with the legal procedures, according to Indian media outlets.


  • For a glimpse of where artificial intelligence is headed in election campaigns, look to India, the world’s largest democracy, as it starts heading to the polls on Friday. An A.I.-generated version of Prime Minister Narendra Modi that has been shared on WhatsApp shows the possibilities for hyperpersonalized outreach in a country with nearly a billion voters. In the video — a demo clip whose source is unclear — Mr. Modi’s avatar addresses a series of voters directly, by name. However, it is not perfect. Mr. Modi appears to wear two different pairs of glasses, and some parts of the video are pixelated.


  • Colombia is seeking to become a full-fledged member of the BRICS group as soon as possible, and Brazil will promote its candidacy, according to a joint statement from the leaders of Brazil and Colombia, published after their meeting in Bogota on Tuesday. BRICS – which previously comprised Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa – has seen a major wave of expansion. Four more countries – Ethiopia, Iran, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates – joined the group at the start of this year, and further additions are expected in the future. “President [Petro expressed Colombia’s interest in joining BRICS as a full member as soon as possible, and President Lula welcomed this initiative and promised to promote Colombia’s candidacy,” the statement from Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and Gustavo Petro reads. Several other nations have expressed an interest in joining the group of non-Western economies, and some have already formally submitted applications, including Venezuela, Thailand, Senegal, Cuba, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Bahrain, and Pakistan.


  • US President Joe Biden has claimed that an uncle of his who went missing in the Pacific during the Second World War was eaten by cannibals. Second Lieutenant Ambrose Finnegan of the US Army Air Forces was declared missing in May 1944, after his light bomber crashed in the sea. “He got shot down in an area where there were a lot of cannibals at the time,” Biden told reporters on the campaign trail outside Air Force One in Scranton, Pennsylvania. “They never recovered his body, but the government went back when I went down there and they checked and found some parts of the plane.” Several hours later, at a meeting with United Steelworkers union members in Pittsburgh, Biden told the same story. “He got shot down in New Guinea and they never found the body because there used to be – there were a lot of cannibals, for real, in that part of New Guinea,” the 81-year-old Democrat said.


  • Following a classified briefing on unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs), more commonly known as UFOs, Rep. Tim Burchett (R-Tenn.) suggested Wednesday that the U.S. government may be intentionally concealing information on these objects from the American public. “I think there’s a cover-up,” Burchett told Blake Burman on NewsNation’s “The Hill.” “There are tens of millions of dollars that we’ve spent investigating these things. We’ve had departments tell us that they have recovery units, but they won’t release full reports. Everything’s covered up,” Burchett added. This is not the first time Burchett has accused the Pentagon of withholding information from Congress that would prove the existence of extraterrestrial life.


  • Russia’s diplomatic mission in Berlin has received a notice that the presence of Russian officials at events in Germany marking the liberation of Nazi concentration camps is “undesirable,” Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Thursday. The letter was sent earlier this month by the administrations of several memorial complexes at the sites of former death camps, Zakharova explained. It came ahead of International Liberation of Nazi Concentration Camps Day, observed annually on April 11 to commemorate the freeing of prisoners from Buchenwald – one of the largest Nazi death camps of World War II. “Our embassy in Berlin received a notice that it is undesirable for Russian officials to participate in commemorative events marking the 79th anniversary of the liberation of death camp prisoners,” Zakharova said during a briefing. She noted that the letter targeted people who have dedicated their lives to preserving the memory of World War II.


  • Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused Israel of outdoing Adolf Hitler by killing 14,000 children in Gaza, Anadolu news agency reported on Wednesday. Speaking to a meeting of his Justice and Development (AK) Party legislators in the Turkish parliament, Erdogan said that the Palestinian cause has given his life meaning, according to the news agency. “As long as God grants me life, I will continue to defend the struggle of Palestine, and will be the voice of the oppressed Palestinian people,” the Turkish leader said. He also compared the struggle of Hamas to the Turkish war of independence (1919-1922) and reminded the MPs that he had stood up for the Palestinian militant group at the 2009 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.


  • Argentina wants to become NATO’s global partner and has submitted a corresponding request, Defense Minister Luis Alfonso Petri said on Thursday. “I met with Deputy Secretary General of NATO Geoana. I transmitted a letter of intent to him, which contains a request from Argentina to become a global partner of this organization,” Petri said on X. Argentina continues to work on restoring ties that will allow it to modernize and prepare the armed forces according to NATO standards, the minister added. Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoana, who has held a meeting with Petri at NATO HQ, said that the alliance welcomes Argentina’s request to become the alliance’s global partner.


  • The fossilized remains discovered by a father-daughter duo on England’s coast a few years ago apparently belonged to a giant prehistoric creature that dwelled in Earth’s oceans millions of years ago. According to local media reports, Justin Reynolds and his daughter Ruby found the huge, over 2 meters long remains of the creature’s jawbone, on a beach in Somerset back in 2020. The father-daughter duo then enlisted the help of Dr Dean Lomax, a palaeontologist at The University of Manchester, and a fossil collector named Paul de la Salle who previously found a giant jawbone on the coast of Somerset in 2016, and continued the search. After the final fragment of the jawbone was discovered by the end of 2022, a team of researchers led by Dr. Lomax concluded that the fossil belonged to a new species of giant ichthyosaur which, as Sky News puts it, would have been roughly the size of a blue whale.


  • Where the lines between science fiction and scientific possibility blur, a fascinating theory has emerged at the crossroads of ufology and existential philosophy. It suggests that our reality, with its vast diversity of world religions and beliefs, might be nothing more than a sophisticated simulation controlled by extraterrestrial beings. This notion, endorsed by leading UFO expert Nick Pope, introduces a captivating explanation for the complex tapestry of human spirituality and the enduring mystery of UFO sightings. Nick Pope, a former head of the British Government’s UFO project, articulates a compelling narrative that our perceived universe could be a construct—a cosmic game designed by alien intelligences. This simulation theory, as it’s known, posits that the myriad of religious beliefs on Earth might be the result of different programmers (or “designers”) contributing to the simulation’s code. Each designer, with their unique ideologies and potential flaws, crafts a distinct aspect of our world, leading to the rich variety of religious experiences and doctrines witnessed throughout human history.


  • The cost for NASA’s project sharply increased and is now estimated to be between $8 billion and $11 billion, with the date of the project also having been pushed off by about a decade. NASA revealed that their plan to bring samples from Mars to Earth has been postponed due to costs. The goal of the project – the Mars Sample Return program – is to return samples from Mars in order to better prepare human explorers who may seek to go there. According to NASA, they have partnered with the European Space Agency (ESA) for the project. The date has reportedly been pushed forward multiple times due to ballooning costs. On Monday, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said in order for the program to move forward, NASA is now “seeking innovative designs” from the NASA community. “Mars Sample Return will be one of the most complex missions NASA has ever undertaken. The bottom line is, an $11 billion budget is too expensive, and a 2040 return date is too far away,” said Nelson.
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Babylon’s Ishtar Gate may have a totally different purpose than we thought, as archaeologists measured the magnetic fields found in clay bricks to determine the construction date of Babylon’s Ishtar Gate. The iconic glazed-brick edifice, which King Nebuchadnezzar II ordered to be built and decorated with wild bulls and mušhuššu-dragons while ruling the Babylonian empire from 605-562 BC, was constructed in three phases and served as the entrance to the ancient city of Babylon, located in southern Mesopotamia. Archaeologists collected tiny samples from five of the fired mud bricks from the Ishtar Gate (now reconstructed at the Pergamon Museum in Berlin) spread across the three phases and measured the geomagnetic fields of each one in a process known as archaeomagnetism.
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