News Burst 19 July 2021
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- Manhattan’s elite kept schtum earlier this month when a team of BBC filmmakers working on “The Fall Of The House Of Maxwell” documentary rolled into town to discuss Jeffery Epstein’s former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell and her fraudster dad, according to Page Six sources. “All members of higher society in New York refused to talk to the BBC,” the person told Page Six. “Some people are buying the copyrights to photos both in London and New York to remove the pictures from the market that shows them with Ghislaine and/or Epstein.”
- A completely nude woman got stuck between two industrial buildings in Santa Ana, California on Tuesday, KTLA reported. According to the owner of one of the buildings, the woman was screaming, but initially no one knew where the sounds were coming from. Then, the staff at one building discovered her trapped in a foot-wide gap between the walls crying out for help. “We’re not 100 percent sure how she got there”, Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) Captain Thanh Nguyen told the broadcaster. “Right now that’s a mystery to all of us here”. After a two-hour operation, she was finally rescued, but the backstory behind the bizarre situation remains very unclear. Well, it seems that some mysteries are left unsolved.
- The US Department of State has initiated a probe into cases of ‘Havana syndrome’ recently reported by employees of the American embassy in Vienna, Austria, The Hill reported on Saturday. The first cases of the mysterious syndrome were reported in 2016 by members of the US diplomatic mission in Cuba. Later, similar incidents occurred among American diplomats in China. The victims reported various symptoms related, in part, to concussion – hearing loss, nausea, headaches and imbalance.
- A team of scientists at the nation’s premier institute, the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT-Delhi), has invented a new neuron model that will help in building accurate, fast, and energy-efficient neuromorphic Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems for applications like speech recognition. The team published its findings as a study that came out in Nature Communication last week. According to the team of researchers, the neuron model they developed will improve the performance of neuromorphic Recurrent Spiking Neural Networks (RSNNs) by providing faster convergence, higher accuracy, and flexible long short-term memory.
- With the constant fear of repatriation to their homeland, the Rohingya Muslims refugees in the indian national capital are making every effort to marry off their young girls to Indian men. “We are continuously looking for Indian Muslim men to get our daughters married, which at least would make them citizens of India. It is not easy, as even the poor among the Indian Muslims look down on refugees and don’t want to get married to them,” a woman, who didn’t wish to be identified, said. Another woman, Zohra, noted that most of the refugee families were fine even if their daughters got married to someone already married.
- India’s most populous state Uttar Pradesh is now introducing a bill to control its population. The bill proposes denying government jobs, subsidies and the right to contest local elections to anyone who has more than two children. But the controversial bill poses many questions as India has one of the highest female foeticide incidents in the world. The government wants to control the population, but a skewed sex ratio 943/1000 shows another horror story. Forced implementation of the two-child norm would increase the number of abortions of girls and also violence within the family since the blame for not having a boy is often placed on the mother in traditional societies in India. This would also further strengthen the unfortunate trend of women being sterilised – it is worth noting that, whereas 36 percent of married women between the ages of 15 and 49 underwent sterilisation as opposed to less than 1 percent of married men aged between 15 and 54, according to the National Family Health Survey.
- A US drone fired a missile at a truck carrying food in the eastern Syrian border town of Al-Bukamal, destroying the load, Syrian state media said on Sunday. US-backed rebels remain in control of northeastern parts of Syria, rich in oil and natural gas. The Syrian government, which has reclaimed much of the land since the 2011 war broke, accuses US forces of plundering.
- On 18 July, Iran’s top nuclear negotiator Abbas Araghchi accused Washington and London of holding prisoner exchange talks “hostage” after Tehran proposed to delay the nuclear talks until its new government comes into office in August. According to Araghchi’s tweet, the sides agreed on a humanitarian exchange, and 10 prisoners on all sides can be released on 18 July if the US and the UK fulfill their part of the deal. US State Department spokesman Ned Price rejected the remarks as “an outrageous effort to deflect blame from the current impasse,” saying there is no agreed deal yet.
- [joint venture] “The data shows that 85% of Facebook users in the US have been or want to be vaccinated against COVID-19,” Facebook VP of Integrity Guy Rosen said in a blog post on Saturday, rejecting Biden’s charge that social media was to blame for the lack of enthusiasm among Americans towards the Covid-19 jabs. “Biden’s goal was for 70% of Americans to be vaccinated by July 4. Facebook is not the reason this goal was missed,” Rosen said. “Since January, vaccine acceptance on the part of Facebook users in the US has increased by 10-15 percentage points (70% → 80-85%),” Rosen wrote, citing a recent survey by Carnegie Mellon University. He added that distrust of the jabs among racial and ethnic minorities has “shrunk considerably” as well.
- A new book on Facebook’s rise is intended to make readers outraged. According to the authors, is that the determining platform is “built upon a fundamental, possibly irreconcilable dichotomy: its purported mission to advance society by connecting people while also profiting off them. It is Facebook’s dilemma and its ugly truth.” The idea that Facebook is making a profit from human data may come as a shock to tech journalists. For those of us who inhabit the real world, Facebook is no different to hundreds of capitalist monopolies that profit from human exploitation. The form may be different. The result is the same. Facebook treats human data as financial instruments to be bartered in markets like orange juice or copper futures. Privacy violations are just the cost of doing business.
- Andrew Tezna, 36, was sentenced on Thursday in a federal court in Alexandria, Virginia to 18 months in prison after pleading guilty to fraud, which carries a maximum sentence of 30 years. Tezna “essentially treated Covid-19 relief programs as a personal piggy bank,” according to Raj Parekh, acting US Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, using them to pay down his credit card debt and loans for a residential pool, a minivan and a French bulldog he bought from a breeder. The Justice Department says it has seized $65 million in cash so far from over 100 people who had submitted fraudulent applications. One of them was Tezna, a former financial policy and compliance director at the US space agency NASA. In 2020, he filed three PPP applications for fake businesses allegedly owned and operated by his wife and mother-in-law, which got him $272,000 from two banks.
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Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia’s second poorest nation, is sitting on a pile of gold, quite literally. For years, the bulk of profits from the colossal Kumtor Mine have been sent abroad. In May, the former Soviet republic sparked an international legal battle when it rolled in and took control of the Kumtor Mine, operated by Toronto-based Centerra Gold. Now, a new economic analysis of the mine by British lawyers hired by the Kyrgyz government has revealed the scale of the operation. Local experts say that Kumtor has a potential total of as much as 953 tons of gold, meaning current levels of extraction could continue for at least 60 years. Villagers living near the mine complain about what they describe as an unfair deal with Centerra Gold, an uneven distribution of wealth, high unemployment in surrounding communities, lack of healthcare, the loss of traditional pasture and the destruction of the glaciers at Kumtor.
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Hokkaido Japan – July 18, 2021
Ron Watkins, known as CodeMonkeyZ, on the social medial platform Telegram, observed a ‘Tic Tac’ UFO in Hokkaido Japan on July 18, 2021.
I was just out on my deck looking up at the sky and i saw one of those tictac ufos flying slowly overhead. Grabbed my phone and took some pretty quality video of it before it flew behind my neighbors house and out of sight. Two minutes later a government reconnaissance plane came flying by at a low altitude approximately on the same flight path as the tictac. Seems the government was watching the UFO closely. ~ CodeMonekyZ
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