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  • A UK-wide emergency alert system announced by the government is due to be tested on Sunday, 23 April. A test alert will be sent out at 15:00 – a message will appear on the home screens of mobile phones and tablets, accompanied by a loud siren-like sound or vibration lasting for about 10 seconds. The minister in charge of the system, Oliver Dowden, said the new system was a “vital tool to keep the public safe in life-threatening emergencies”.

 

  • The troubled Swiss bank Credit Suisse hampered the investigation into accounts possibly held by high-ranking German Nazis and SS officers, some of which turned out to be active for decades, the US Senate announced on Tuesday. While the reports are incomplete, they revealed “nearly 100” previously undisclosed accounts linked to the Nazis, and raised new questions about Credit Suisse’s potential support for the ‘ratlines’ the defeated Germans used to flee Europe after 1945. “When it comes to investigating Nazi matters, righteous justice demands that we must leave no stone unturned. Credit Suisse has thus far failed to meet that standard,” Senator Chuck Grassley, an Iowa Republican and ranking member of the committee, said. The final reports showed Credit Suisse appears to have maintained accounts for “at least 99 individuals,” either senior officials in Nazi Germany or members of a Nazi-affiliated groups in Argentina. Seventy accounts “with plausible links” to Argentina-based Nazis were opened after 1945, and at least 14 remained open as recently as 2020. However, no current or dormant accounts were found.

 

  • British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has been investigated by the Parliamentary Standards Authority for failing to mention his wife’s interest in a childcare firm when discussing a $5 billion funding boost for the sector. On Monday, Sunak’s name was added to a list of politicians being investigated by Commissioner Daniel Greenberg , who said the investigation was launched last Thursday. The case refers to an incident last month in which Sunak announced a £4 billion ($5 billion) funding increase for childcare. The scheme would see people paid bonuses to become childminders, with those entering the profession through a private agency being paid double that.

 

  • After a song featuring the AI-generated voices of the rappers Drake and The Weeknd went viral on Monday, the world’s biggest record label demanded a reckoning from streaming platforms. The Netherlands-based Universal Music Group (UMG), which represents both artists, has already tried to block artificial intelligence programs from accessing its catalog, but that appears to be easier said than done. A song titled ‘heart on my sleeve’ clocked more than 15 million plays on TikTok, 625,000 on Spotify and over 230,000 on YouTube in just a few hours, before the platforms moved to take it down for copyright infringement.

 

  • The Russian Embassy in Finland has demanded an explanation after restrictions were placed on Russian state property in Helsinki. “A demand has been lodged to the Finnish Foreign Ministry to explain how the actions of the bailiffs are compatible with the norms of international law about the immunity of the property of a (foreign) state,” the embassy said in a statement on Wednesday. According to Russian officials, the Finnish authorities cited EU sanctions when they imposed restrictions on the Russian Science and Culture Center building, the surrounding plot of land, and the apartments of diplomats who work there. The Helsingin Sanomat newspaper reported on Tuesday that Finland’s debt recovery agency placed temporary restrictions on the Russian building a week ago at the request of the Finnish Foreign Ministry.

 

  • Former President Donald Trump has said that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is “being absolutely destroyed” in his months-long battle with Disney. He was speaking after the governor unveiled a new bill that would give state officials more authority over the company’s massive Disney World amusement park. Trump took aim at DeSantis in a social media post on Tuesday, calling his feud with Disney unnecessary, while condemning the governor’s new legislative effort as a political stunt. The former leader went on to predict that Disney – one of the state’s largest employers – would cut off investments in Florida “because of the governor,” suggesting the company “could even announce a slow withdrawal or sale of certain properties, or the whole thing. Watch!”

 

  • Twitter will conceal so-called “hate speech” that violates its rules behind a warning screen that requires a click-through, the platform announced on Monday in a blog post. The new policy is supposed to give moderators more choices than simply the binary ‘leave up versus take down’ approach typical to most content moderation, Twitter said. In addition to being hidden behind a warning screen reading “Visibility limited: this Tweet may violate Twitter’s rules against Hateful Conduct,” offending tweets will be excluded from search results, trends, and “recommended” screens, with other down-ranking options possible. Advertising will not appear near them.

 

  • Leading Russian software company Kaspersky has developed a portable device for detecting small drones. The Antidrone Portable is a security product intended for government and commercial use, the company said. The operator uses a tablet based on Kaspersky’s Antidrone software to track drones with a graphical interface. The device can determine the exact location of most drone models within a kilometer-wide radius, along with the position of their operator, the company said. With a battery life of up to two hours, Antidrone Portable can be used to patrol the perimeter of a protected area. Kaspersky introduced its Antidrone hardware and software in 2019, with the purpose of helping protect “critical infrastructure, industrial facilities, as well as transport infrastructure and public events from the misuse of drones.”

 

  • Twitter CEO Elon Musk has labeled the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as “69% government-funded,” after a report surfaced showing 70% of the network’s financing comes from the state. Musk has angered multiple Western state media outlets by insisting all media agencies are subject to the platform’s labelling rules. Last week, the broadcaster was simply labeled “government-funded media,” a tag that Twitter says applies to outlets that “may have varying degrees of government involvement over editorial content.” The CBC announced on Monday that it would suspend its activity on Twitter in protest, arguing that the tag “undermines the accuracy and professionalism” of its journalists’ work.

 

  • A US Senate hearing into Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) or Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) is set to focus on a plethora of intriguing military reports on April 19. The open hearing is being held by the Armed Services Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities. There has been a great deal of interest surrounding growing UAP reports in which unknown craft are described as exhibiting “extraordinary” flight characteristics. Lawmakers are also anticipated to urge both greater oversight transparency on the issue and more robust funding for the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) that probes UAP sightings.The Pentagon’s expert on the matter, AARO Director Sean Kirkpatrick, is to be grilled by the bipartisan gathering. AARO was created by the Department of Defense when decades of accumulating reports and rumors forced the Pentagon to take reports of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) more seriously, publishing reports on their findings. Established in July 2022, the AARO was assigned to sort through the roughly 366 newly identified reports at the time using a “robust analytic process” to make an “initial characterizations” of their nature.

 

  • A US judge has granted a request by the lawyer of suspected Pentagon leaker Jack Teixeira to postpone his detention hearing for two weeks to allow more time to prepare, a court document showed on Wednesday. “Now comes the defendant Jack Douglas Teixeira with the assent of the government and moves this Honorable Court to continue the detention hearing scheduled for April 19, 2023 for approximately two weeks to a date convenient to the Court and parties. In support thereof, the defense requires more time to address the issues presented by the government’s request for detention,” the document said. According to the court documents, Teixeira has waived his right to a preliminary hearing. The Justice Department is leading an investigation into the leak, while the Pentagon is focused on reviewing classified material access protocols, Singh said.

 

  • A prominent ultramarathon runner from Scotland, Dr Joasia Zakrzewski, was disqualified from a race for using a car during part of the route. According to reports, the 47-year-old GP from Dumfries had been caught after tracking data revealed that she reached a top speed of 35 miles per hour. Moreover, data showed that she took the main road rather than the race route. According to organizers, Zakrzewski had gained an “unsporting, competitive advantage during a section of the event”. Previously, Zakrzewski crushed the world record for the most miles run by a woman in 48 hours.

 

  • Investigative journalist and author Dan Lazare. explains that Washington wants a monopoly on both gas and the media narrative. Award-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh exposed Washington’s guilt for the bombing that severed three out of four undersea pipelines on the Nord Stream 1 and 2 route from Russia to Germany. That has left German industry increasingly dependent on more expensive and lower quality liquified natural gas imports from the US. “Once upon a time, countries used to battle over territory. But now, in an era of globalized capitalism, the big fights are for control over commodities, surrogates, energy and information,” Lazare noted.

 

  • Michio Kaku breaks bilence on the terrifying image by James Webb Telescope that changes everything. Michio Kaku just shared a stunning discovery made by the James Webb Space Telescope that changed everything we know about the cosmos. JWST has just spotted six gargantuan galaxies each roughly the size of our own Milky Way.

 

  • A retired NASA satellite, Reuven Ramaty High Energy Solar Spectroscopic Imager (RHESSI), is expected to re-enter Earth’s atmosphere in April, almost 21 years after launch. Launched in 2002, the RHESSI observed solar flares and coronal mass ejections from its low-Earth orbit, helping scientists understand the underlying physics of how such powerful bursts of energy are created. NASA decommissioned it after 16 years, in 2018, due to communications difficulties. The US Department of Defense, which is monitoring the satellite, expects the 660-pound spacecraft to re-enter the atmosphere at approximately 9:30 p.m. EDT (7 a.m. IST) on Wednesday, but the timings can vary. While NASA expects most of the spacecraft to burn up as it travels through the atmosphere, some components are expected to survive re-entry.

 

  • Elon Musk admitted Tuesday that he doesn’t know if alien life exists — and that he wouldn’t be able to keep it a secret if he did. CEO of Twitter and founder of SpaceX told Fox News host Tucker Carlson that there is no evidence of “conscious life” anywhere in the universe other than planet Earth – a phenomenon he says humans take for granted. “A lot of people ask me, you know, where are the aliens? And I think if anyone knew about aliens on Earth, it would probably be me,” Musk said in an interview. Musk argued that if the government knew about the aliens’ existence, it would easily make villains to greenlight military spending.
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News Burst 16 June 2024 As a state, Ukraine is vitally – or fatally – dependent on the West: As the Ukrainian anti-corruption activist Martina Bohuslavets notes in the staunchly patriotic Ukrainska Pravda, Kiev’s “international partners finance not only the...

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News Burst 14 June 2024 Saudi Arabia will not renew its 50-year petrodollar agreement with the United States, which expired on Sunday, June 9, 2024. This will allow the Saudis to sell oil in any currency, and not just in US dollars, as was previously the case.  ...

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News Burst 11 June 2024 A military plane carrying Malawi's vice president and nine others has gone missing, sparking a massive search operation. Vice President Saulos Chilima's plane left the capital, Lilongwe, and failed to land at Mzuzu International Airport - about...

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