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  • Within days of the US and Germany approving heavy main battle tanks for Ukraine, including future deliveries of the advanced Abrams M1 and Leopard tanks, one Russian company has issued a bounty for their destruction. “A Russian company has offered a cash bounty of up to 5 million rubles ($71,648) for the destruction or capture of Western-made tanks recently promised to Ukraine by its European and American allies,” according to regional media reports.


  • A British publisher has allegedly refused to pay royalties to Russian photographer Arseniy Kotov because of his position on the Ukrainian conflict. Kotov said the company had accused him of damaging its brand, and that he was told the proceeds would instead be donated to charity. The row involves London-based publisher Murray & Sorrell FUEL Ltd. In 2020, the company released a book titled ‘Soviet Cities: Labour, Life & Leisure’, which features Kotov’s work. The following year, it released another book of his photos, ‘Soviet Seasons’. A message that Kotov received from FUEL, which he showed to RT, indicated that the firm “is not able” to pay royalties. It cited “the war in Ukraine” and the photographer’s “clear support of it” on social media.


  • A French court has ordered Christie’s to return an 18th-century Dutch painting to the heirs of a French banker and distant relative of Marcel Proust that was the subject of a restitution claim. The painting at the center of the dispute, The Penitent Magdalene, was produced in 1707 by the Dutch artist Adriaen Van Der Werff. It was part of a collection owned by Lionel Hauser, a cousin of Marcel Proust who was known to have helped aided the author with his finances until 1920. The work, which was consigned for sale at Christie’s London in 2018 and last sold by the house more than a decade earlier, in 2005, was confiscated from Hauser’s property during World War II.


  • News that the United States could soon send rockets nearly doubling the firing range of Ukrainian forces gave Kyiv a big lift, even as its troops were being pushed back by a relentless Russian winter offensive in the east.


  • The endangered male northern quoll, an Australian marsupial, dies after a single mating season because of extreme sleep deprivation in pursuit of sex, according to researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast and the University of Queensland. Their findings were published in the Royal Society Open Science journal on Wednesday. While female northern quolls can live up to four years, males of the species are the largest known semelparous mammal – that is, they die after a single mating season.


  • Pope Francis urged people in Democratic Republic of Congo, where decades of armed conflicts have killed millions, to grant each other a “great amnesty of the heart” and called on Christians engaged in battle to lay down their arms. We explain what’s driving the violence in eastern Congo.


  • Retail sales in Germany fell sharply in December in a sign of weakening consumer spending in the country even during the Christmas season, data published by the country’s statistics service Destatis revealed on Tuesday. “The downbeat consumer mood had heralded the crash in consumption,” said chief economist at Hauck Aufhaeuser Lampe Privatbank, Alexander Krueger, adding that “the decline is extremely severe, and high inflation has become a consumption killer.”


  • Australian authorities found a radioactive capsule smaller than a coin that was lost in the vast Outback after nearly a week-long search along a 1,400 kilometers stretch of highway. The Caesium-137 capsule was discovered when a vehicle traveling at 70 kms per hour equipped with specialist detection equipment picked up the radiation.


  • More than a year after the chaotic U.S. withdrawal from Kabul, the number of Afghans crossing the U.S.-Mexico border to seek asylum in the United States has soared. We report on an 11-country trek that starts with a humanitarian visa for Brazil.


  • US citizen Muhammed Momtaz Al-Azhari was charged in May 2020 with attempting to provide material support to ISIS. He came to the attention of the FBI due to a series of visits he made to a dark web site, which hosts “unofficial propaganda and photographs related to ISIS” in May 2019. The Bureau pinpointed specific pages of the site Al-Azhari perused including sections on making donations, ISIS media assets, photos and videos, and stories of military operations allegedly conducted by ISIS fighters in Iraq, Syria, and Nigeria. These actions were linked to him directly by uncovering his IP address, and therefore his identity and location. Al-Azhari accessed the site via the TOR browser, which theoretically provides anonymity to users, and makes it difficult if not impossible for a site’s owner or external prying eyes to track visitor IPs. A recent court filing by Al-Azhari’s lawyers reveals that’s precisely what the FBI did though and exactly how they achieved this is being withheld by government decree.


  • Lithium is the key material in producing lithium-ion batteries, which power everything from mobile phones to electric cars. More importantly, it is deemed to be a “pillar for the fossil-fuel free economy” by the United Nations, seen as the primary way to store energy in the clean power grids of the future. As such, lithium has become one of the most sought-after commodities with its price surging by over 500% in the past two years. There’s a fight over who controls supply chains, started by the US. With its dominant position over renewable energy goods and technologies, China has become the focus of the Biden administration’s efforts to regain a lead in the industry. Washington’s more competitive posture has seen the two countries at odds over who can locate and exploit lithium deposits around the planet. Whoever controls the supply chain will dominate the industry.


  • American multinational financial technology company PayPal has announced a wave of layoffs that will impact some 2,000 employees, joining a slew of tech firms announcing job cuts aimed at reducing costs. The decision to cut around 7% of its global workforce will help address the “challenging macroeconomic environment,” President and CEO Dan Schulman wrote in his message to employees published on Tuesday.


  • An international group of researchers have used special software to reenact the giant tsunami that is believed to have wiped dinosaurs off the face of the Earth tens of millions of years ago. The asteroid-induced deluge saw mile-high waves wash over the planet, the scientists say. On Monday, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) posted a snippet of the computer simulation on Twitter. The devastating natural event, which is said to have been 30,000 times more powerful than any tsunami on record, was set off when a massive asteroid struck where Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula is currently situated, according to the scientists’ estimates. The celestial body is believed to have been more than 10km (6 miles) in diameter.


  • “When you realize there’s a global conspiracy of pedo-satanists controlling our institutions you’re still only partially awake. When you realize we’re more than this temporary human experience and duality is allowed by God and Light Forces for a higher purpose you’re truly awake.” ~ Kabamur
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Computer Simulation

Researchers recreate dinosaur-killer tsunami. The computer simulation is the fruit of joint labors by researchers from several countries, including America’s NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Lab and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab.

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Arctic Lamprey

This Lamprey is eel-like fish with long, thin, silvery bodies. Their mouths carry a special surprise. Teeth! Lots of tiny, sharp teeth arranged in a circular orbit. But no jaws.

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“In The Wilderness”

Visual artist Tobias Gremmler creates unique immersive experiences, unveiling the forces behind bodies’ motion and rendering them into digital visuals beyond physical restrictions. This is “In the wilderness.” [Instagram: https://buff.ly/40fustj]

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Beyond The Ice Wall

The photographs were taken in 1912 in Antartica by Captain Robert Scott and his crew. However, the photos were classified as soon as they returned to their base and reported the results. Scott and his crew were then reported missing. Since then, it has been a restricted area, with only a few governments around the world allowed to conduct limited research.

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News Burst 19 April 2024 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...

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News Burst 18 April 2024 Rishi Sunak’s tobacco and vapes bill aims to create the UK’s first smoke-free generation, in a landmark public health intervention. The tobacco and vapes bill ensures anyone turning 15 from 2024, or younger, will be banned from buying...

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News Burst 17 April 2024 A project has been launched to delve into the links that may exist between the ancient Stonehenge monument and a "major lunar standstill", which happens every 18.6 years. This is when the moonrise and moonset reach their farthest points apart...

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News Burst 16 April 2024 World leaders are urging Israel not to retaliate after Iran launched an attack involving hundreds of drones, ballistic missiles and cruise missiles. British Foreign Secretary David Cameron told the BBC on Monday the U.K. does not support a...

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News Burst 15 April 2024 There are mounting concerns that Israel could strike back. If so, Iran warned Washington that US military bases could be in the crosshairs of missiles and suicide drones. "Our response will be much larger than tonight's military action if...

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News Burst 14 April 2024 Clothing factories that supply H&M and Zara are buying cotton linked to environmental destruction and land-grabbing in Brazil's Cerrado - a biodiversity hotspot where deforestation is soaring, research by the Earthsight nonprofit has...

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