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- Billionaire Bill Gates has warned there is a chance that the world has not yet seen the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. “We’re still at risk of this pandemic generating a variant that would be even more transmissive and even more fatal. It’s not likely, I don’t want to be a voice of doom and gloom, but it’s way above a 5 per cent risk that this pandemic, we haven’t even seen the worst of it”, the tech mogul and philanthropist was quoted by the Financial Times as saying.
- The US must stop supplying Taiwan with weapons, the Chinese embassy in Washington announced on Saturday, adding that Beijing reserves the right to respond should foreign powers meddle in affairs on the island it considers an inalienable part of its territory and a breakaway province that must one day be reunited with the mainland.
- More than 123,000 people have signed a Change.org petition endorsing a letter to Chancellor Olaf Scholz penned by 28 German intellectuals and public figures calling on him to reverse Berlin’s recent change of course on the sending of heavy weaponry to Ukraine. “Dear chancellor we appreciate that until now, you have considered the risks so carefully: the risk of the war spreading within Ukraine, the risk of its spread across Europe, and yes, the risk of a Third World War. We therefore hope you will remember your original position and not to supply any more heavy weapons to Ukraine, either directly or indirectly. On the contrary, we urge you to do everything in your power to ensure that a ceasefire is reached as soon as possible – a compromise that both sides can accept”, the letter, originally published in Emma Magazine, reads.
- Researchers have discovered the fractured tooth of one of the world’s largest prehistoric carnivores, a new paper published in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, revealed. According to the study, the teeth belonged to an enigmatic and uncommon species of enormous ichthyosaur, a flesh-eating marine reptile that roamed the world’s waters some 205 million years ago.
- In an “emergency meeting” on Friday, employees of Twitter reportedly complained to CEO Parag Agrawal and diversity officer Dalana Brand that new owner Elon Musk is allegedly an “open homophobe and transphobe.” They also allegedly expressed fears for their futures at the company. According to the news site, Agrawal fielded questions from staff concerned that they could lose their jobs amid rumors that Musk is planning on slashing executive pay. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO’s acquisition of Twitter has already led to some high-stress encounters in the firm’s Silicon Valley offices.
- The Finnish government and companies across the country are preparing for the end of Russian natural gas supplies, which could happen in less than three weeks, Helsingin Sanomat (HS) reported on Saturday. According to the outlet’s sources, Russian energy giant Gazprom has set a deadline of May 20 for Helsinki to come up with a final response on whether the country will pay for gas in rubles. On April 28, Finnish Minister of European Affairs and Ownership Steering Tytti Tuppurainen, commenting on the demands, said Finland would not agree to “this blackmail” and that its energy company, Gasum, would stick to the previous agreements with Russia.
- Back in 2017, there were a numbers of videos released of United States Air Force pilots who had on-air encounters with aircraft from unknown origins. This was part of over 1,500 declassified documents that were only announced by the Pentagon back in 2017. Hundreds of news organizations and investigative journalists that work as freelancers made a formal request for a copy of those documents that was answered on Tuesday, April 5 of the current year. One of these organizations is The Sun. The information was mostly facilitated with only a few exceptions due to privacy and confidentiality concerns. Initially, most of the request had to do with the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program (AATIP) that investigated the renamed Uidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP). But the response coming from the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) was far more puzzling and shocking that what enybody was expecting. In the reports of encounters with these UAPs, there are 144 different cases that deal with aircraft using technology too advanced to anything human-made.
- Billionaire investor Warren Buffett has blasted Wall Street, saying that speculative behavior is largely encouraged and that this is turning the stock market into a “gambling parlor.” “Wall Street makes money, one way or another, catching the crumbs that fall off the table of capitalism,” Buffett said during his annual shareholder meeting Saturday. “They don’t make money unless people do things, and they get a piece of them. They make a lot more money when people are gambling than when they are investing.” The Berkshire Hathaway CEO highlighted the short-term uncertainty of the increasingly volatile market. “The interesting thing is, obviously, we haven’t the faintest idea what the stock market is going to do when it opens on Monday,” Buffett said.
- North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has promised to take decisive action and “crush” any “hostile” foreign power, just days after saying Pyongyang would advance its own atomic arsenal “at the fastest possible speed.” “In order to preemptively and thoroughly crush all threatening actions, including the continued and aggravated nuclear threat by the hostile forces, if necessary, the Party Central Committee will firmly maintain the absolute superiority of our revolutionary force and continuously raise it,” Kim said, as cited by the state-run KCNA.
- France, one of Europe’s leading electricity exporters, has taken 28 of its 56 atomic reactors offline due to defects or maintenance. The step comes amid a months-long energy crunch, one of the worst in European history. he suspension, due to extended outages after corrosion issues were found at some sites, is expected to force EDF to purchase electricity from the European grid at a time of soaring demand exacerbated by natural gas shortages. Checks and repairs, along with scheduled halts for refueling and regular maintenance, have reportedly sunk French nuclear output to its lowest level in more than 10 years.
- The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) made queries into almost 3.4 million Americans between December 2020 and November 2021, the US intelligence community admitted in an official report on Friday. The FBI said it was looking for foreign hackers, but civil libertarian groups called it an “enormous” invasion of privacy. The findings were made public in the Annual Intelligence Community Transparency Report, released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI). The electronic data was collected legally under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), the document claims. According to the ODNI, the number is due to “a number of large batch queries related to attempts to compromise U.S. critical infrastructure by foreign cyber actors” in the first half of 2021, which “included approximately 1.9 million query terms related to potential victims – including US persons.”
- All-time grand slam wins leader Rafael Nadal has joined generational rival Novak Djokovic in criticizing Wimbledon’s ban on Russian tennis stars. Though Russian players are currently allowed to perform on the WTA and ATP women’s and men’s tours under natural status, Wimbledon organizers the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) recently announced that the likes of Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev will not be able to compete at SW19 this summer as a response to ongoing military operation in Ukraine. Nadal has dubbed the action “very unfair” on his “Russian mates” and colleagues.
- “I’m really excited to be here with the only group of Americans with a lower approval rating than I have,” Biden joked at the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner on Saturday night, referring to his own sub-40% polling and to surveys showing just 36% of Americans trust the mass media. United in unpopularity, Biden and the press poked fun at each other throughout the night. Biden jibed at Fox News reporters for all being “vaccinated and boosted,” despite many of the network’s conservative viewers refusing the Covid-19 vaccine. Comedian Trevor Noah, hosting the event, mocked the president for his handling of the economy quipping “You know, I think ever since you’ve come into office, things are really looking up. Gas is up. Rent is up. Food is up. Everything.”
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