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  • Police launched a homicide investigation on 12 August, after an Auckland family unsuspectingly bought the suitcases in an online auction at a storage facility. They transported their purchases home before making the discovery and contacting police. The family is not linked to the deaths, police said. In a media conference on Thursday afternoon, DI Tofilau Faamanuia Vaaelua said a postmortem indicated the children were of primary school age – between five and 10 years old. “The bodies were concealed in two suitcases of similar size … I believe the suitcases have been in storage for a number of years,” he said, adding that it was likely between three to four years. There were household and personal items found with the suitcases, which police were using in their investigation to help identify the victims.


  • TikTok will work to prevent content creators from posting paid political messages on the short-form video app, as part of its preparation for the midterm election in November, the company said.


  • Bailey Ennis, a 24-year-old Londoner, became pregnant after purchasing an insemination kit online. You can buy for the modest sum of 25 pounds (30 euros) an artificial insemination kit. Yet this is what he claims to have done Bailey Ennis, a 24-year-old Londoner that she would get pregnant thanks to this kit and sperm from a donor who lived not far from her house. To tell the story is the Daily Mirror. Ennis, a lesbian, wanted to be a mother but had no interest in having a relationship with a man, so she decided to buy the kit online – containers, syringe, test to know when to ovulate – in September 2021, and made contact with the donor. Using a website that registers sperm donors, the girl found someone “who was healthy and reliable and had donated to two LGBTQ couples. I contacted him on Whatsapp.”


  • According to the Norwegian Minister for Children and Equality KjerstiToppe (SP), those who give birth with the help of foreign surrogate mothers must be prosecuted. Toppe told the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) that it is illegal to use a surrogate mother in Norway and therefore it should not be permitted to use a surrogate mother abroad. Already in 2017, Toppe advocated such a ban, comparing it to the fact that it is a criminal offense for Norwegians to buy sex abroad.


  • U.S. Representative Liz Cheney, a fierce Republican critic of Donald Trump who has played a prominent role in the congressional probe of the assault on the Capitol, lost to a Trump-backed primary challenger in Wyoming. Cheney broadened her attack on the former president, saying he was spreading an “insidious lie” in alleging that the FBI agents who searched his Florida home were politically motivated.


  • China is scrambling to alleviate power shortages and bring more water to the drought-hit basin of the Yangtze river as it battles a record-breaking heatwave by deploying relief funds, seeding clouds and developing new sources of supply.


  • Explosions and fires ripped through at least 17 locations in southern Thailand on Wednesday, authorities said, in what appeared to be multiple coordinated attacks that injured seven people. The bombings and arson attacks happened after midnight and targeted convenience stores and a gas station across three provinces, lightly injuring at least seven, according to police and military statements. No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks so far.


  • Biological weapons disseminate disease-causing organisms or toxins to harm or kill humans, animals or plants. They can be deadly and highly contagious. Diseases caused by such weapons would not confine themselves to national borders and could spread rapidly around the world. The consequences of the deliberate release of biological agents or toxins by state or non-state actors could be dramatic. In addition to the tragic loss of lives, such events could cause food shortages, environmental catastrophes, devastating economic loss, and widespread illness, fear and mistrust among the public. The Biological Weapons Convention The Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) effectively prohibits the development, production, acquisition, transfer, stockpiling and use of biological and toxin weapons. It was the first multilateral disarmament treaty banning an entire category of weapons of mass destruction (WMD). The BWC is a key element in the international community’s efforts to address WMD proliferation and it has established a strong norm against biological weapons. The Convention has reached almost universal membership with 184 States Parties and four Signatory States. ~ United Nation


  • Intellectual Property rights to J.R.R. Tolkien’s ‘The Lord of the Rings’ and ‘The Hobbit’ have been sold to publishing giant Embracer Group, according to a company statement announcing it had entered into a total of five acquisition deals on Thursday as well as a sixth, with a “PC/Console gaming company.” Embracer Group, which has been buying up almost any video game publisher or studio it can get its hands on, announced the acquisition of Limited Run Games, Tripwire Interactive, Tuxedo Labs, Japanese game studio Tatsujin as well as Middle-earth Enterprises – the company that has owned nearly all the rights to Tolkien’s works since 1976.


  • Dozens of families whose loved ones were killed in the 9/11 terrorist attack have asked President Joe Biden to ensure that billions of dollars in Afghan funds frozen by the US cannot be used to cover claims for damages against the Taliban. “Any use of the $7 billion to pay off 9/11 family member judgments is legally suspect and morally wrong,” they said in a letter sent to the White House on Tuesday. Some of the signatories have filed for compensation, but don’t want to be awarded money they believe “belongs to the Afghan people and the Afghan people alone.” Politico was the first media outlet to report the contents of the correspondence. The funds are owned by Afghanistan’s central bank and were seized by the US when the Washington-backed government in Kabul collapsed in August last year, while Taliban forces were advancing on the capital. In February, Biden signed an executive order that protected half of the $7 billion from legal claims, leaving the other half exposed. The White House said it is exploring ways to spend the money for the benefit of the Afghan people.


  • [ Read Critically ] The Japanese tax service has launched a contest, calling on citizens to come up with innovative ways to revive falling alcohol sales. The National Tax Agency (NTA) has dubbed the new campaign ‘Sake Viva!’ after Japan’s iconic rice wine, calling on anyone aged between 20 and 39 to submit business ideas for the country’s alcohol industry, which is lagging in the wake of Covid-19 and declining drinking habits nationwide. As noted on an official government website that caught international attention this week following local media reports, the contest will run until September 9, and asks for “new products and designs” as well as ways to promote drinking at home. Winners will be invited to an awards ceremony in Tokyo in November, and the tax body has vowed to back investments into the winning idea.


  • The Vatican will not conduct its own investigation into the alleged sexual abuse by the Canadian Cardinal of Quebec Marc Ouellet for lack of evidence, Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni said on Thursday. “After the preliminary investigation entrusted by the pope to Father Jacques Servais, whose conclusion was that there are no elements to start a trial, and after other relevant consultations, Pope Francis states that there is not sufficient evidence to open a canon investigation for sexual assault by cardinal Ouellet,” Bruni said, as quoted by Italian news agency ANSA.


  • Scientists from the Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA) in Karnataka state have developed an analytical model to trace thus far elusive exo-moons ̶ natural satellites that revolve around exo-planets orbiting stars apart from the Sun. According to the press release by India’s Ministry of Science & Technology, IIA’s Prof. Sujan Sengupta and his graduate student Suman Saha from the Department of Science and Technology (DST) used the data received by the James Webb Space Telescope to develop the model.


  • The Moon has been studied by humans since we first looked up at the night sky, but its origins remain a mystery. Further evidence supports the theory that the Moon was once part of the Earth. The prevailing theory among scientists is that around 4.5 billion years ago when the Earth was still forming and was covered in molten lava, it was struck by an object thought to be roughly the size of Mars known as Theia. It is believed that Theia was destroyed in the process and Earth lost a significant portion of its mass. The gravitational pull of the remains of Earth then held debris from the event in its orbit which quickly, perhaps in less than 100 years, formed into the Moon. Now, thanks to new research coming from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, we have more evidence to back that up. Patrizia Will led a group of researchers in studying six lunar meteorites discovered in Antarctica in the early 2000s.
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​Space Launch System

NASA’s giant moon rocket emerges for debut launch. For the past month and a half, the Space Launch System rocket, which is the most powerful since the Saturn V that took astronauts to the moon in the 1960s and 1970s, has been parked in a building at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The Space Launch System moon rocket, topped with an uncrewed astronaut capsule, began an hours-long crawl to its launchpad ahead of the behemoth’s debut test flight this month.
Credit: AFP Photo

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These shiny rotating objects are Arcturian technology. They allow these to be seen to provoke more questions from us without causing us fear.
This is a very small camera sent from an Arcturian craft which has 4 occupants. This craft is part of a Fleet of 25 that are simply exploring and having a wonderful time. The cameras are accessed and observed regardless of where the camera is sent. It can enter beneath rocks and mountains or between trees and the visual remains constant with our Arcturian Friends. ~ Neioh

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Hot Autumn

The Serbian government threatens retaliation if the peasant protest continues. The response of the farmers was not long in coming: “We are coming to Belgrade!” It will be a very hot autumn in Europe and beyond.

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