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  • Egypt has executed Islamic terrorist Hisham el-Ashmawy, army spokesman Tamer al-Rifai said Wednesday. The man was arrested in October 2018 in Derna and sentenced to death for a car bomb attack that damaged the Italian consulate in July 2015. The spokesman said el-Ashmawy was hanged. The main attacks for which Ashmawy was convicted include one on a checkpoint in the desert in Farafra on July 2014 (22 border guards were killed) and a car bomb attack that killed Egyptian prosecutor general Hisham Barakat in Cairo in June the following year.


  • The NGO Mediterranea Saving Humans said Wednesday it has been forced to halt its migrant rescue operations at sea due to the coronavirus emergency. “Between January and February, Mediterranea obtained the release from seizure of the ship Mare Jonio and the sailboat Alex,” it said. “We were ready to start again, with the same tenacity and determination as always, ships ready, crews ready. But the development of the pandemic in which we are immersed and the sacrosanct measures adopted to try to contain the contagion and try to save the most fragile and exposed people forces us today to freeze operational activity at sea,” it said. “The effects of this obligatory choice cause us to suffer, because at sea there are those who risk death every day,” it said.


  • The U.S. government has halted its funding for removing land mines in Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, the largest American aid program in the contested territory. The program has been strongly supported by Armenians and a longtime irritant to Azerbaijanis, but U.S. officials said the decision to defund the program was motivated by the virtual completion of the project and the need to direct resources to higher priorities rather than by any political considerations. Still, Armenians and their supporters in the U.S. have rallied to try to convince Congress to restore the program, funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and carried out by the UK-based charity Halo Trust.


  • NASA revealed in a Wednesday media advisory that its joint project with SpaceX would see two astronauts flown to the International Space Station (ISS) “no earlier than mid-to-late May.” The historic launch would take place on Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The two astronauts assigned to the launch have been identified as Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, both veterans of two spaceflights after having been selected as astronauts by NASA in 2000. The pair are expected to remain on the ISS for a period of several days before heading back to Earth.


  • The United States on Thursday warned against any international travel due to the coronavirus pandemic and advised citizens to return home if possible. “In countries where commercial departure options remain available, US citizens who live in the United States should arrange for immediate return to the United States, unless they are prepared to remain abroad for an indefinite period,” the State Department said as it upgraded its travel advisory to the highest level.


  • Police in China’s virus epicentre Wuhan acted “inappropriately” by punishing a doctor who blew the whistle on the outbreak of the China Virus. Li Wenliang, 34, one of a group of doctors in Wuhan who shared posts on social media warning of a SARS-like virus spreading in the city in December, was reprimanded by police for sharing the information and made to sign a statement agreeing not to commit any more “law-breaking actions”. A central government investigation initiated after Li’s death found that Wuhan police “acted inappropriately by issuing a disciplinary letter” and took “irregular law enforcement procedures”, state broadcaster CCTV reported on Thursday. Wuhan police later issued a statement saying that giving Li a disciplinary statement had been “wrong” and they “apologise to his family for the mistake”. It is rare for Chinese authorities to admit such wrongdoing, but Beijing has sought to direct criticism over the mishandling of the virus outbreak onto provincial officials, with several of the region’s top Communist Party and health officials sacked.


  • Friendly reminder: The CDC is a vaccine company. The WHO is owned by the Rockefellers. The CDC also happen to own dozens of patents for vaccines which make them and the board members respective companies billions of dollars. This is a blatant conflict of interest making everything the CDC has to tell you very questionable at any time. The WHO has an extensive history with Rockefellers going back nearly a hundred years. The Rockefellers are no strangers to questionable atrocities, funding the Tuskeegee Experiments for example. Not an organization to simply accept information from without intense questioning. And isn’t it interesting how this pandemic strongly sets forth the idea in the masses that mandatory vaccinations are a necessity. It’s just funny how this “pandemic” is the best thing that could happen for global elites in many different regards. More vaccination, more quarantines, easy lockdowns, basically subjecting the masses to many new authoritarian measures. Slaves will fight for the very things that would enslave them more, out of solidarity against the “enemy”. From all angles this event is an obvious boon to NWO. ~Wyatt


  • Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley stepped down from Boeing’s board of directors after less than a year because she opposes government aid to help the aircraft manufacturer weather the coronavirus crisis, the company said Thursday. Boeing earlier this week said it is seeking $60 billion in government aid for itself and its massive supply chain because of the virus. The manufacturer’s suppliers include United Technologies, General Electric, Spirit Aerosystems and dozens of others. The administration hasn’t yet said what Boeing, a top U.S. military contractor could receive. President Donald Trump this week threw his support behind the manufacturer, saying: “We have to protect Boeing.”


  • Tourists stranded in Moroccan cities raced against the clock to catch the last flights home before the country’s airspace officially closes, last flight was yesterdy. Repatriation flights from Morocco to the Netherlands will remain available until Sunday, March 22. European tourists can still profit from the flights to Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and Eindhoven to go back to Europe, before traveling back to their countries.



Sun Activity

Today is the first day of northern spring and, as predicted, Earth is entering a stream of solar wind. The gaseous material is flowing from a newly-opened hole in the sun’s atmosphere. Arctic sky watchers should be alert for green skies at midnight.


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March 18, 2020 shows cherry blossoms at the Tidal Basin in Washington D.C., the United States

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March 19, 2020 shows the Potala Palace after a snowfall in Lhasa, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region. The snowfall has improved the soil moisture which is conducive to the ongoing spring sowing.

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