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- The CIA had to shut down its headquarters and the surrounding area on Friday after an unidentified device was detected near its front gates. The agency deployed a special robot designed to deal with “dangerous devices”, according to WJLA. According to an investigation, the detected item was a remote control for a dog training collar.
- In their research, scientists analysed paleomagnetic lava as well as ancient limestone they discovered in Italy. The analysis showed that the Earth’s crust moved around 3 degrees every million years. An international team of scientists claims our planet tipped over to one side 84 million years ago. According to the results of their study, published on 15 June in the scientific journal Nature, the Earth tilted by 12 degrees between 86 and 79 million years ago. This change moved New York City to Tampa, Florida said the study’s co-author Sarah Slotznick. If this detail alone is not extraordinary, researchers revealed that after tipping over, the Earth righted itself. “We never suspected we would see this full round-trip event”, said Ross Mitchell, a geophysicist at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Slotznick’s co-author.
- An enormous cloud of dust from the Sahara Desert has crossed the Atlantic Ocean and hit Florida, according to WFTV. “Sunsets and sunrises take on more yellow and reddish hues because the low-angle sunlight passes through more of the atmosphere before it reaches your eyes. A heavy load of dust in the atmosphere can enhance this effect, leading to longer-lasting, duskier colours that cause vivid sunsets and sunrises”, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) explained, commenting on the phenomena.
- AOC has chastised Amazon’s founder Jeff Bezos for asking the US government to finance his space company Blue Origin, TMZ reported. Speaking with the outlet, the lawmaker said she found it bizarre that while Bezos’ ex-wife MacKenzie Scott had donated $4.4 billion to charity organisations over the past two years, the entrepreneur’s company asked the Congress to bail it out. “Bezos’ trip to outer space is being financed by all the rest of the US taxpayers, who paid their taxes so that Jeff Bezos didn’t have to”, The Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren said. According to Forbes, Bezos who is worth $200 billion, paid no taxes in 2007 and 2011.
- In a Thursday vote of 168 to 55, the US Conference of Catholic Bishops voted to draft what they called a “teaching document” that would authorize American bishops to withhold the Eucharist from politicians who support or defend abortion rights. The move is widely interpreted as a rebuke of Joe Biden.
- North Korean hackers reportedly launched a cyberattack against the Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI), a Seoul-funded research institute in Korea, in May, resulting in a possible leak of valuable technologies to Pyongyang, Nikkei Asia said on Friday. According to the news agency, the hackers’ IP addresses appeared to be linked to a hacking unit, known as ‘kimsuky’, allegedly belonging to Pyongyang’s Reconnaissance General Bureau, Nikkei Asia said.
- Two Ukrainian lovebirds who chained themselves together on Valentine’s Day, as a way to put their relationship to the test, have opted to remove the handcuffs and go their separate ways after four months of being stuck together. The 123 days of doing everything while attached to each other, including changing clothes and going to the toilet, took a toll on the young couple. Viktoria Pustovitova and Alexander Kudlay, from the city of Kharkov, had their chain cut on Thursday in Kiev.
- Child slaves trafficked to cocoa plantations in Africa can’t sue Nestle for “general corporate activity” in the US, the Supreme Court has ruled on the same day Joe Biden declared a new holiday marking the end of slavery. On Thursday afternoon, Biden signed a law establishing ‘Juneteenth National Independence Day’ as a federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery. Mere hours earlier, eight justices of the US Supreme Court ruled in favor of Nestle and Cargill in the case known as Nestle USA v. Doe. The companies’ US branches were sued by six former slaves from Mali, who were trafficked to cocoa plantations in Cote D’Ivoire as children. There, they had to work long hours without pay and very little food, and were beaten with whips and switches, according to the lawsuit. Nestle and Cargill “do not own or operate” plantations in Ivory Coast, but “do buy cocoa from farms located there and provide those farms with technical and financial resources,” the Supreme Court acknowledged.
- Marine Le Pen could take a big step towards the Elysée in local elections in France this weekend. A strong performance will give her National Rally party legitimacy and the momentum it needs as it eyes next April’s national polls. The regional election gaining most attention is the presidency of the Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur region, where the National Rally party is leading in the polls. Le Pen has removed many far right elements, including her own father, Jean-Marie Le Pen. She has also watered down the policies of yesteryear in a blatant attempt to appeal to moderate centre right voters. For example, she no longer calls for France to withdraw from the European Union, but instead seeks reform, and nor are there demands for France to leave the Euro currency.
- More dead turtles washed up on Sri Lankan beaches on Friday (Jun 18), underscoring the environmental blight caused by a container ship fire off the country’s coast. The Singapore-registered MV X-Press Pearl was carrying hundreds of tonnes of chemicals and plastics when it caught fire last month, before burning for two weeks. Since Jun 2 its wreckage has been partially submerged off the capital Colombo. Wildlife officials said the carcass of an olive ridley turtle – a species listed as threatened by the International Union for Conservation of Nature – was found at the tourist resort area of Bentara, 80km south of Colombo. Another was seen on a beach in Induruwa, just south of Bentara, raising to 15 the number found in the southern tourist resort belt, an official said.
- Magnitude 3.9 quake registered off Daytona beach as US Navy conducts “shock trials” on the nuclear aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford.
- One of California’s most critical hydroelectric plants is at risk of closing for the first time in five decades as water levels continue to sink. A megadrought and scorching heat, both worsened by La Nina weather effects, have depleted some of the water supply at Northern California’s Lake Oroville. The lake’s current water levels are hoovering around 700 feet above sea level, but if 640 feet is breached, then officials “will likely be forced to close the Edward Hyatt Power Plant for the first time since it opened in 1967,” California Energy Commission spokesperson Lindsay Buckley said.
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When orchard owner Sankalp Parihar, from India’s Jabalpur city in Madhya Pradesh state, bought two mango saplings from a man while travelling by train, little did he know that he would be hiring 4 guards and 6 dogs to protect the trees. The two trees bore unusual ruby-coloured mangoes last year that Sankalp had never seen before. He decided to give them a name of his own – “Damini”. But curiosity about its true name and Internet research threw up a startling fact. It was a Miyazaki Mango, a Japanese variety believed to be the most expensive mangoes in the world.
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