News Burst 20 January 2021 - Live Feed

​News Burst 20 January 2021

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  • Iranian authorities are blaming power outages and worsening air pollution in cities across the country on the energy drain caused by bitcoin mining operations. The cryptocurrency farms are a huge energy drain because they use banks of high-powered computers to try to unlock complex numerical puzzles related to international financial transactions. When successful, bitcoin miners create units of so-called digital coins that can be traded globally without the scrutiny and restrictions of traditional financial markets.

 

  • Swedish Prosecutor General Petra Lundh wants the historic Tyr rune to be equated with the swastika over its present-day use and covert Nazi messaging, national broadcaster SVT reported. The background is that the neo-Nazi Nordic Resistance Movement (NMR) uses the Tyr rune, dating back to the early Germanic period, as their symbol. Both a district court and court of appeal have previously rejected the sign being regarded as incitement against ethnic groups, and a number of Swedish organisations for Old Norse heritage have also criticised the attempts to stamp the runic language as Nazi-related. Prosecutor General Petra Lundh, however, isn’t ready to throw in the towel and has appealed to the nation’s Supreme Court, requesting it to review the verdicts from the lower courts. According to her, the presentation of the Tyr rune should be enough to constitute incitement against ethnic groups..

 

  • British meat exports to the European Union have run into red tape over the past two weeks, with tonnes of fresh supplies worth hundreds of thousands of pounds stuck in EU ports. Five lorries with 115 tonnes of meat in total are impounded in Calais, while at least five containers of fresh pork have been stuck in Rotterdam for two weeks due to an incorrect veterinary certificate, The Times reported. According to London-based DH Foods, the meat in the containers was “completely rotten” due to the holdback, and there is nothing the company can do about it.

 

  • Since the kick-start of the COVID-19-vaccination drive in India, referred to as the world’s biggest programme to immunise more than 1.3 billion people, there has been some sort of relief and hope in people to soon return to normal. However, there have been many concerns among people about side effects of the vaccination, as out of a total of 224,301 beneficiaries have been were vaccinated in the two-day vaccination programme, 447 cases have shown signs of side effects, with three individuals being hospitalised.

 

  • Iran has announced military manoeuvres in the Gulf of Oman for Tuesday — the day before Joe Biden is sworn in as US president. “The main purpose of the war game is to evaluate the mobility and offense power of the rapid reaction brigades and corps and the mobile offense units of the Army Ground Force,” Gen. Heidari said. He added that the drills would practice a “rapid and decisive response” to hostile threats and simulate major strikes on hypothetical enemy coast. On Saturday Iran test-fired ballistic surface-to-surface missiles, hitting a seaborne target at a range of 1,100 miles (1,800 km) across the Gulf of Oman in the Indian Ocean.

 

  • A female tourist was arrested after climbing up the ancient El Castillo step pyramid at the Chichen Itza archaeological site in the Mexican state of Yucatán. “The security personnel of the archaeological zone, in a peaceful manner, exhorted said person to come down from the pre-Hispanic structure and, once down, she was placed at the disposal of the municipal police,” read a statement by Mexico’s Ministry of Culture. The woman felt the urge to scale the 25-metre tall Mayan monument in early January.

 

  • Uganda – According to the electoral commission, Yoweri Museveni, who has been in power since 1986, won re-election for a sixth term with 58.64 percent, while Wine received 34.83 percent of the vote. Wine and his National Unity Platform announced they were planning to file a lawsuit, claiming the election was rigged, resulting in clashes between opposition protesters and security forces it the country, claiming several lives and resulting in some arrests. In the meantime, the military has reportedly blocked the party’s offices in the capital and surrounded Wine’s house.

 

  • Democratic bigwigs Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi have called for a probe into Russian President Vladimir Putin’s – real or entirely imagined – role in the Capitol riot, theorizing that he may have personally ordered the unrest. “I would love to see his [President Donald Trump] phone records to see whether he was talking to Putin the day the insurgents invaded our Capitol,” Clinton said. The remarks soon triggered a wave of mockery online, with journalist Aaron Mate labeling Clinton and Pelosi’s creative theorizing as “BlueAnon” – presumably the Democratic Party’s version of the QAnon. He also asked why more than two years of investigation into Trump’s alleged Russia ties were “insufficient,” as they turned up no proof for any such conspiracy. About the Capitol riot, the FBI has nonetheless launched a probe into a series of payments equalling more than $500,000 in bitcoin made to key figures involved in organizing the protest and allegedly sent by a French national who had since committed suicide.

 

  • The Swiss people are due to vote in a nationwide referendum on the banning of full facial coverings on March 7. The Swiss Federal Council has urged citizens to reject a move to ban the burqa across Switzerland. In a statement released on Tuesday, the federal government of Switzerland warned people of the impact a wide-scale burqa ban might have, notably on tourism from wealthy Gulf nations.

 

  • Across Russia and much of Eastern Europe, Orthodox believers submerged themselves in sub-zero temperatures on Tuesday to mark Epiphany, which commemorates the baptism of Jesus in the River Jordan. Russian President Vladimir Putin was among those observing the chilly ritual. His spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, told journalists that “he usually does it. And he doesn’t change his traditions.” Temperatures in the capital have been around -12 degrees Celsius (10 degrees Fahrenheit) or even colder.

 

  • Facing fresh closure decrees lasting into March, Italian hostelry owners flout the rules just to avoid bankruptcy, while their diners prefer freedom rather than fear, and shout at interfering police, ‘Get out! you work for us!’ The lockdown resistance is rising! The nation’s bars, cafes and restaurants are uniting with one voice to roar, ‘Basta!’ And if the number of 50,000 establishments currently on board is to be believed, it’s a movement growing by the day.

 

  • Facebook has censored a video of Cardinal Juan Sandoval Íñiguez, archbishop emeritus of Guadalajara, for suggesting that globalist leaders are exploiting the coronavirus pandemic to bring about a new world order. In place of the cardinal’s weekly video, Facebook exhibited a greyed-out screenshot emblazoned with the banner “False information.” Underneath, Facebook added, “This publication repeats information about COVID-19 that independent fact checkers deemed false.”

 

  • A priest at a leading seminary on Vatican territory is facing possible trial for allegedly sexually abusing a fellow former seminarian who was a minor at the time of the alleged abuse in 2010-2012, sources said Monday. Father Gabriele Martinelli allegedly abused the boy, a year younger than him, at the Preseminario San Pio X seminary, Rome police said. Rome prosecutors aid they had wrapped up their probe and were ready to ask for an indictment of Father Martinelli. Monsignor Enrico Radice, former dean of the pre-seminary, is suspected of not stopping the illicit acts and failing to report them, prosecutors said. They are also on trial in the Vatican. It is the first trial for child abuse committed within the Papal State.

 

  • A group of women in Michoacán has taken up arms to protect their small town from the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG), Mexico’s most powerful and violent criminal organization. The Associated Press (AP) reported that an all-women self-defense group has emerged in El Terrero, a village in the Tierra Caliente region of Michoacán. The women tote assault rifles and set up roadblocks to defend the village from what they describe as the CJNG’s bloody incursion into the state. Some of the almost 50 female vigilantes are pregnant and some take their small children with them as they patrol El Terrero. They told AP they fear CJNG gunmen could enter the town at any time via the rural area’s dirt roads.
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News Burst 20 January 2021 - Black Hole

​Mammoth Black Hole

Astronomers have discovered the oldest supermassive black hole ever seen. The mammoth black hole weighs in with a mass equivalent to the combined mass of 1.6 billion suns. It dates all the way back to 670 million years after the Big Bang, when the universe was a mere five percent of its current age.
The researchers hope to learn more about the quasar and black hole with future observations, especially with NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, which is due to be launched later this year.

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News Burst 20 January 2021 - Sahara Snow

Algeria

Snow has fallen in the Sahara desert after temperatures dropped to -3C (27F). January is one of the coldest months there with an average temperature of 14C (57F). In the summer this reaches, on average, 38C (100F).

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News Burst 20 January 2021 - Indonesia

Indonesia

World’s oldest painting of animals discovered in an Indonesian cave. Stunning cave paintings include what might be the oldest known depictions of animals on the planet, dating back at least 45,000 years.

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News Burst 20 January 2021 - Polar Bear Cubs

Russia

A team of six people – four ‘foster mothers’ and two vets – has been working round the clock since the beginning of December when two polar bear cubs were born and rejected by their mother at a safari park in the south of Russia.
The two cubs – still unnamed male and a female – were born to seven year old mother bear Seryozhka, from the Novaya Zemlya archipelago, and an 18-year-old father bear, Sedov.  Manicures, massages, warm milk and 24/7 care to raise polar bear cubs whose mother rejected them.

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Over the Pyramids in Giza, Egypt 3 December 2020

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Etna Volcano, Italy – 19 January 2021

News Burst 20 January 2021 – Earthquakes

Earthquakes Last 36 Hours – M4 and Above

162 °C / 323 °F

The temperature at which Auguste Escoffier's famous hazelnut suoffle must be cooked, as per his 1903 masterpiece 'Le Grand Culinaire'.

Opaque Cintamani on Authentic Baltic Amber With Natural Bodhi and Rudraska Seeds

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Twitter has announced it recently suspended dozens of accounts for undermining confidence in NATO. Part of a broader purge of almost 400 accounts w/ "ties to Russia, Armenia and Iran" & "breached its platform manipulation policies." #NewsBurstLive

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Twitter Says It Purged Dozens Of Accounts For "Undermining Faith In NATO"

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When President Trump ordered airstrikes against Syria to strategically hamper their ability to attack our forces stationed there and in Iraq, pretty much every Democrat lawmaker and bureaucrat was screaming about legality and authority. #NewsBurstLive https://noqreport.com/2021/02/25/democrats-silent-on-syrian-airstrikes-after-breathlessly-condemning-them-in-2018/?utm_source=econ

Nelle ultime 24 ore in Europa e Medio Oriente, la prima #OndaSismica parte dall'Iran con un M4 poi altro M4 tra Italia e Libia e Algeria e Azzorre. La seconda onda ha invece riempito i punti intermedi di quella precedente con M3. M5 nel Nord Atlantico next?#NewsBurstLive

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News Burst 4 March 2021 – Live Feed

News Burst 4 March 2021 – Live Feed

Google has fired Margaret Mitchell, the founder and co-head of its artificial intelligence ethics unit, for violating the company’s code of conduct. The firing came less than three months after the controversial exit of another senior figure in the company’s AI ethics unit, Timnit Gebru.

News Burst 3 March 2021 – Live Feed

News Burst 3 March 2021 – Live Feed

A London court has sentenced an oil company executive to three-and-a-half years in jail for his role in a $17 million bribery scandal in post-invasion Iraq.

News Burst 2 March 2021 – Live Feed

News Burst 2 March 2021 – Live Feed

Archaeologists are gushing after “an extraordinary find” of a perfectly preserved chariot with “no parallel in Italy thus far” was made at Pompeii.

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