News Burst 2 September 2020
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- Russian parliamentarians will soon vote on new legislation that would ban debt collectors and bailiffs from seizing pets to pay off arrears, according to the bill’s author, MP Vladimir Burmatov of the governing United Russia.Soon after politicians return from their summer vacation on September 9, they will be presented with a list of animals that should be deemed off-limits for debt collectors. According to Burmatov, the legislation would protect all pets not used for entrepreneurial activity. As things stand, farm animals such as cattle and deer are protected from seizure, but cats and dogs are not.
- A 46-year-old man who had allegedly killed his wife last week covered her body with cow dung in an attempt to revive her with the help of a sorcerer in the Betul district of central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The accused, whom police identified only as Bhaiyalal, has been arrested and charged with murder after police recovered the semi-decomposed body of Sunita Evne (wife), covered with cow dung, from her house in Chicholi village on 28 August after some villagers complained of a foul smell coming from the accused’s house. According to local police, Bhaiyalal, who is an alcoholic, had quarrelled with his wife on the night of August 26 and had hit her in the head with a wooden stick, killing her instantly. Police are further investigating the matter and hope to apprehend the sorcerer.
- Facebook Inc said on Monday it is partnering with external researchers to examine the impact of the social media site on society during the 2020 U.S. presidential election. The company said findings of the studies will not be published until the middle of next year, at the earliest. A group of 17 independent researchers from the fields of elections, democracy and social media will now work with internal Facebook data scientists to design the studies. The company expects between 200,000 and 400,000 users to opt into the project, which will log what they see and how they behave on Facebook and Instagram.
- Airline pilots landing at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on Sunday, August 30th, reported seeing “a guy in a jetpack” flying about 300 yards off their wing while on final approach to the bustling airport. The airliners were descending through 3,000 feet when jetpack guy showed up next to them.
- A high-profile lawyer, constitutional scholar and head of the Port-au-Prince bar was gunned down Friday night in Haiti. Just hours before, he called for “another kind of country, another state” during a radio interview in which he addressed several controversial topics including constitutional reform, elections and the breakdown of Haitian institutions. Police say Monferrier Dorval, 64, was killed at about 10 p.m. as he returned home. His body was found just a few feet from his front gate in Pelerin 5, the same neighborhood where President Jovenel Moïse lives.
- A military surveillance drone, used in Middle Eastern wars, is about to take flight and patrol the English Channel, searching for migrants with its high-tech sensors, reported The Daily Telegraph. Deployment of the drone comes as the British government vowed to strengthen border measures as a record number of migrants illegally crossed the channel in the first eight months of 2020.
- Japan will dispatch a third relief team to Mauritius on Wednesday to help the island nation’s response to an oil leak from a Japanese freighter that ran aground in July. “The Environment Ministry will give full support in responding to a situation that has led to a crisis for biodiversity,” it said in a statement. The first relief team, consisting of officials from the Foreign Ministry, the Japan Coast Guard and JICA, was dispatched from Aug. 10 to Aug. 23 to engage in oil removal activities. The second team, sent Aug. 19, is currently engaging in environmental assistance, the Foreign Ministry said.
- Many residents of Kampong Sralao village in Preah Vihear province witnessed a group of traders importing pigs, cattle, and goats from Laos without official inspections, and are worried about infectious diseases, according to a local news source yesterday. The residents claimed that hundreds of animals are being imported by boat from Laos every day by traders, and are kept at a villager’s house without a veterinarian. The news source added that nowadays people are more concerned about diseases, especially those transmitted from animal-to-animal and animal-to-human, since the arrival of COVID-19.
- Twenty-five people have been taken to hospital with carbon monoxide poisoning after attending an illegal rave in a bunker in the Norwegian capital, Oslo. Police say the “Rave Cave” event, attended by some 200 people, was discovered by chance when a patrol met a group of confused young people. Several more then emerged from the bunker and asked for an ambulance. Emergency services found seven people unconscious in the bunker in the city’s St Hanshaugen area.
- LIDL has announced it is raising the wages of all of its roughly 750 warehouse workers in Finland as of Tuesday, 1 September. “The most visible employees from the customer’s perspective are in the shop, but skilled and motivated warehouse workers have an equally important role in the functioning of the shop. We want to have the best people working for us and staying with us,” commented Sami Pyykönen, the director of administration and human resources at Lidl Finland. The wage of a warehouse workers who has worked in logistics for three years is slightly below 1,900 a month, according to the current collective bargaining agreement.
- The Tank Biathlon’s singles of the ongoing International Army Games 2020 concluded in Sunday. The tank biathlon’s singles have drawn the participation of the crews of 45 tanks from 16 countries. The International Army Games 2020 are being held in Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan from Aug. 23 to Sept. 5. More than 5,000 participants from 156 teams from over 30 countries and regions are competing in the games.
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Students returned to class Tuesday in Wuhan, the central Chinese city. Nearly 1.4 million students resumed classes at some 2,800 kindergartens, primary and middle schools across the city.
A German federal court on Thursday faulted aspects of Facebook’s handling of “hate speech,” at least in the past. It ruled that the social network giant can’t delete posts without at least informing users afterward, and must give users advance notice when it moves to suspend their accounts.
NASA estimates there are about 23,000 pieces of debris larger than 10cm flying through space and 500,000 pieces smaller than that size, and they move so fast that they can cause serious damage if they come into contact with a satellite or other man-made spacecraft.
A massive M8.2 earthquake occurred in Alaska at 6:15 UTC this morning at a depth of 46km, about 100 miles off the south coast of the Alaskan Peninsula.
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