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  • Dr. Vladimir ‘Zev’ Zelenko, who drew then-President Trump’s attention with his devotion to Hydroxychloroquine as a COVID treatment, died on Thursday, July 30, at age 48. Zelenko had developed a combination treatment of Hydroxychloroquine, antibiotics and zinc, which he dubbed the Zelenko Protocol. Trump and his key adviser, Rudolph Giuliani, publicly lauded the doctor’s work. Trump, during his own COVID battle, had said he was taking Hydroxychloroquine. Zelenko’s dedication to Hydroxychloroquine drew criticism. The FDA continues to warn against its use, and reiterated in January 2022 that it had not been shown as safe or effective in the treatment of COVID.


  • Just days after the court abolished women’s constitutional right to abortion, Alabama has cited that ruling in a bid to outlaw parents from obtaining puberty blockers and certain other medical treatment for their transgender children. The Alabama appeal filed on Monday argued that the state has the authority to outlaw puberty-blocking hormones and other therapies for transgender minors in part because they are not “deeply rooted in our history or traditions.” The appeal also asserted that such treatments are dangerous and experimental, contrary to broad agreement among mainstream medical and mental health professionals that such gender-affirming care saves lives by reducing the risk of depression and suicide.


  • There is no reason to change Hong Kong’s “one country, two systems” formula of governance, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on a rare visit to the global financial hub after swearing in the city’s new leader, John Lee. Freedom in Hong Kong has “vanished” and China has failed to live up to its promises of 50 years without change, Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang said.


  • The specter of an emerging Arab-Israeli bloc that could tilt the Middle East balance of power further away from Iran is driving the Islamic Republic to pursue nuclear talks with world powers with renewed determination, officials and analysts said.


  • North Korea’s Covid outbreak began with citizens touching “alien things” that had fallen near its South Korea border, state media in Pyongyang has claimed. Citizens were urged to be vigilant around objects that may have blown across the border from the South. For years activists in the South have flown balloons across the border to send leaflets and humanitarian aid. In response, Seoul says there is “no possibility” Covid could have crossed the border in that way. According to North Korea’s state media, an official investigation found two people who became infected with Covid early on in the outbreak after coming into contact with unidentified materials near the South Korean border.


  • Facebook-owner Meta Platforms Inc (META) has cut plans to hire engineers by at least 30% this year, CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees on Thursday, as he warned them to brace for a deep economic downturn. “If I had to bet, I’d say that this might be one of the worst downturns that we’ve seen in recent history,” Zuckerberg told workers in a weekly employee Q&A session, audio of which was heard by Reuters. In addition to reducing hiring, he said, the company was leaving certain positions unfilled in response to attrition and “turning up the heat” on performance management to weed out staffers unable to meet more aggressive goals. “Realistically, there are probably a bunch of people at the company who shouldn’t be here,” Zuckerberg said.


  • The annual $1 million Genesis Prize, dubbed the “Jewish Nobel” by TIME magazine, honors extraordinary individuals for their outstanding professional achievement, contribution to humanity, commitment to Jewish values and the State of Israel. Dr. Albert Bourla was announced as the 9th Genesis Prize Laureate in January 2022. The award recognizes his leadership in delivering a vaccine against COVID-19, which saved millions of lives during the pandemic. The Genesis Prize also celebrates the boldness of his vision and willingness to assume risks, which enabled delivery of the vaccine in record time.


  • Julian Assange has filed two new appeals to contest his extradition to the US, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday, citing the journalist’s legal team. The appeals were lodged with a UK high court on Thursday, a day before the deadline to challenge the extradition. The appeals have reportedly targeted both the order to extradite the WikiLeaks founder, approved by British Home Secretary Priti Patel on June 17, as well as elements of a last year’s court ruling that largely revolved around establishing whether Assange would get a fair trial in the US or not. The exact details of the appeals have not been made public.


  • President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree to transfer the rights of the giant Sakhalin-2 oil and liquefied natural gas project to a new Russian company. The move comes in response to actions from “unfriendly states” and could force out foreign stakeholders, including British and Japanese investors. Sakhalin-2 was managed and operated by the Sakhalin Energy Investment Company. The majority stake (50%) plus one share belongs to Saint Petersburg energy giant Gazprom. Shell, the world’s largest LNG trader, holds a 27.5% minus one share stake, Mitsui’s share totals 12.5%, while Mitsubishi has a 10% stake in the project.


  • There will be no fast-tracked extraditions of “terrorism” suspects to Turkey, Finland and Sweden have signaled after the two Nordic nations reached a deal with Ankara to resolve their NATO bid deadlock. This week, Turkey and the two prospective members reached a 10-point agreement, which addressed groups Ankara deems to be “terrorists” and an end to the current arms embargo. “The agreement by Finland, Turkey and Sweden is about facilitating extradition, but mentions that it takes place in accordance with European extradition agreements,” Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto explained in an interview with Yle broadcaster on Friday. All in all, the country has received 12 extradition requests from Turkey in the past five years and they are still being processed. Surrendering Finland’s own citizens is out of the question as well, Haavisto noted without saying whether Ankara is seeking such individuals.


  • Covid-19 did not come from nature but rather was an accidental release “out of US lab biotechnology”, world-renowned economist and author Jeffrey Sachs has claimed. He was speaking at a conference hosted by the think tank GATE Center, in Spain, in mid-June. While introducing this “provocative statement,” Sachs suggested that he was in the loop, as he chairs the Covid-19 commission at prestigious medical journal The Lancet. “So it’s a blunder, in my view, of biotech, not an accident of a natural spillover,” he reiterated. The academic noted that while “we don’t know for sure” if this is the case, there is “enough evidence” pointing to this, which “should be looked into.” Sachs lamented that this version is, however, “not being investigated, not in the United States, not anywhere.”


  • Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday said the new taxes levied on crude, diesel and Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF) based on international prices will be reviewed by the government every two weeks. Talking to the reporters, Sitharaman said that these were “extraordinary times” and oil prices were internationally unbridled. “We do not want to discourage export, but want domestic availability to increase,” she said. The minister also said that if oil was not available and exports were phenomenally profitable, “we need at least some of it for our own citizens.” “We need to take this twin-pronged approach,” she added. The government on Friday also slapped an export tax on petrol, diesel and jet fuel (ATF) while also joining nations like the UK in imposing a windfall tax on crude oil produced locally. As of July 1, an INR 6 ($0.076) per liter tax on the export of petrol and ATF, and an INR 13 ($0.16) per liter tax on the export of diesel has taken effect. Additionally, a INR 23,250 ($294) per metric ton tax was levied on crude oil produced domestically.


  • A peace deal between Moldova and the breakaway region of Transnistria is the only way to solve the long-standing conflict, Transnistrian Minister of Foreign Affairs Vitaly Ignatiev said on Friday. “In 30 years, Moldova, in fact, has failed to use any of the numerous opportunities to find a reasonable compromise that takes into account the needs of both peoples and the interests of international partners and has exhausted all means trying to convince Transnistria,” Ignatiev said at a meeting, dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Foreign Ministry. The minister stated that a peace deal between Chisinau and Tiraspol would be “the only right decision.”


  • Anti-anxiety medication can increase the risk of a cognitive decline at an earlier age. A new study conducted by scientists from the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANTSO) delves into the possible reasons. According to the research, drugs that help you with anxiety may impact the brain’s microglial cells, which in turn are connected with the dendritic spines – a vital part of the brain’s neurons. They are a key part of the brain that provide energy to the cells. Which is why the impact from anti-anxiety drugs may essentially end up damaging the system that makes sure our brain cells are activated and working. “This observation is important because the long-term use of anti-anxiety medication is thought to contribute to an acceleration of dementia and how that might occur was not known,” Richard Banati, a professor at ANTSO, told Neuroscience News. The scientific team focused on microglial cells that are “part of the non-neuronal matrix in which nerve cells are embedded”.


  • US military bases across the world have also been involved or suspected to be involved in cases of destroying local ecosystems by polluting nearby water supplies and soil, as was the case on Portugal’s Terceira Island, which hosts the US Lajes Airbase. The US Navy has released the results of a probe into the contamination of drinking water supplies at Pearl Harbor Base on Oahu Island, Hawaii last year. The investigation determined that a “lack of critical thinking, intellectual rigor, and self-assessment by key [base] leaders”, as well as poor training, supervision and ineffective leadership, caused the leak of jet fuel which left 6,000 ill. It likewise found that the incident at the US military’s Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility on the island started on 6 May 2021 after an operator error led to a rupture of a pipe during fuel pumping. As a result, some 21,000 gallons (80,000 liters) of jet fuel leaked into a fire suppression line, without immediately draining into the soil. Facility officials eventually noticed that one of the fuel tanks was missing 75,700 liters of fuel, but decided that the missing fuel was in the pipes, opting not to report the discrepancy.
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