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  • France is growing poorer through continued financial and military support of Ukraine, The Patriots party leader Florian Philippot warned on Saturday, challenging the French prime minister’s refusal to advocate for peace. “This stubborn refusal of negotiations and peace worsens the human toll of this war by the day, while impoverishing France by the day and putting us in serious danger! Stop sending weapons and money to Ukraine,” Philippot wrote on social media. Prime Minister Gabriel Attal insisted this week that Ukraine would continue to hold out as long as France continued supporting it. Philippot argued that Ukrainians would “continue dying” instead.

 

  • Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky introduced a set of restrictions on internet casinos on Saturday in a bid to curb what has been described as a gambling epidemic within the military. The measures developed by the Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council (SNBO) include making online casinos limit the amount of time and money that can be spent, as well as a ban on multiple accounts. It also introduces a state monitoring system for online gambling and orders a government electronic communications watchdog to block all websites granting illegal access to the activity. The document also separately orders the head of the armed forces, Aleksandr Syrsky, and other commanders to “immediately introduce… a ban on access to gambling establishments and online gambling for military personnel” while martial law remains in effect.

 

  • America’s premier domestic intel agency has been on a years-long quest to implicate China for every imaginable kind of computer crime, from hacking and the theft of patents to monitoring Americans’ private communications. Beijing has dismissed the claims, accusing the US “empire of hackers” is trying to shift the blame for its own activities. Federal Bureau of Investigation director Christopher Wray’s claims this week that the People’s Republic of China is working on capabilities “to physically wreak havoc” on US critical infrastructure “at a time of its choosing” are an attempt to distract Americans from pressing domestic problems, the upcoming elections and efforts by Beijing to restore relations, Su Xiaohui, deputy director of the Institute of American Studies at the China Institute of International Affairs, has told Sputnik. “Firstly, when domestic problems arise in the US, blame-shifting is the common practice. The issue of cyber threats attributed to China is no exception, with claims made that the source of attacks has been identified and a response needed,” Su said. “Especially during a major election year, this kind of ‘threat identification’ can be used to justify certain domestic policies.”

 

  • The House approved nearly $100 billion in assistance to Washington’s overseas allies, partners and client states on Saturday, with supporters of the aid managing to overcome opposition after a six-month deadlock in the chamber. $61 billion of the $95 billion from the proposed funding package is committed to fueling the conflict in Ukraine (at least $23 billion of that to be spent replenishing depleted US weapons stocks). $26 billion in additional commitments are made to Israel (nearly eight times what Washington normally sends Tel Aviv’s way in a given year). $8.12 billion are committed to stirring up tensions with China in Taiwan and the Indo-Pacific region more broadly. Passing the House, the aid package is now set to be voted on by the Senate, where leaders from both parties have been clamoring for months for foreign assistance to be urgently passed. If it passes, it will wind up on President Biden’s desk for signature.

 

  • NATO should shoot down Russian missiles over Ukraine using anti – aircraft systems in eastern Poland, said Nico Lange, senior researcher at the Munich Security Conference, in an interview with Tagesschau , part of the ARD media group. Western support for Ukraine requires a change in strategy, said Lange, who worked at the operational headquarters of the German Defense Ministry until 2022, calling for “unconventional solutions” in the short term. “From now on, partners must use more Patriot systems on our eastern borders to shoot down all Russian missiles and drones over Ukraine that come within their range ,” she asked, referring to the air defense systems of NATO in eastern Poland. According to Lange, NATO’s actions would comply with international law. As an example, she cited the help of Israel’s allies in repelling an Iranian attack last week. At the same time, in the long term, you called for increasing the production of air defense systems in Europe .

 

  • The surgeon is in Dubai, the patient to be operated on is in Italy. The innovative intervention was perfectly successful. The first remotely controlled intercontinental telesurgery operation for keratoconus took place yesterday, Friday 19 April, at the Bari Polyclinic, connecting the iRes®2 laser from iVis Technologies in 5G, installed in the operating room of the eye clinic of the Apulian hospital where the patient was located, with the control station located in Dubai and guided in real time by Professor Giovanni Alessio, director of the operational unit of the University Hospital of Bari.

 

  • Minnesota Representative Ilhan Omar’s daughter has been suspended from Columbia University for taking part in a pro-Palestinian demonstration on campus. The protest camp was raided by police on Thursday. Demonstrators set up around 50 tents in front of the New York university on Wednesday, demanding that college officials cut ties with Israel-linked companies and publicly call for a ceasefire in Gaza. The following day, university President Nemat Shafik summoned the New York Police Department to clear the camp, explaining in a letter to faculty that the protesters had “violated a long list of rules and policies.” Columbia University said that all of the arrested students had been suspended. At least three students were suspended, but not arrested. Among them was Isra Hirsi, Omar’s daughter.

 

  • France has criticized Burkina Faso’s military government for expelling three French diplomats from the West African nation after alleging that they had engaged in “subversive” activities. In a statement issued on Thursday, the French Foreign Ministry said the accusations were “baseless” and that the Burkinabe authorities had no “legitimate” grounds for the decision. “France regrets Burkina Faso’s decision to move ahead with the expulsion of French diplomats and staffers, some of whom were serving at the Embassy of France in Burkina Faso,” the ministry stated. On Tuesday, authorities in the Sahel nation declared as personae non gratae two political advisers – Guillaume Reisacher and Herve Fournier, as well as another employee at the French embassy in Ouagadougou, Gwenaielle Habouzit.

 

  • A record-low birth rate has become the most significant constraint on Russia’s long-term development, national daily Nezavisimaya Gazeta reported on Friday, citing a new study. Last year, the rate was at its lowest level since the start of the century, official statistics showed. According to research conducted by macroeconomic analysis center CMASF, both the shrinking population and rising pressure on increasingly scarce workers now pose a serious challenge for Russia’s economy. In 2023, just over 1.2 million babies were born in Russia, the lowest figure since 1999. The researchers said the decline was “inevitable” as large numbers of men are fighting in the Ukraine conflict, or have left Russia. Birth rates have been steadily declining since a peak in 2014, the researchers noted. The national statistics bureau, Rosstat, previously predicted a continued decline in the birth rate through 2027.

 

  • Italian security services are monitoring 53 “unofficial” Muslim prayer sites in Rome, concerned about radicalization and terrorism, according to a news report. Improvised prayer spaces have proliferated as the number of Muslim immigrants in the Italian capital grew, opening up in warehouses, garages, apartments, and basements. The authorities tolerate them, even though some are technically illegal. “These hidden places of worship are where radicalization lurks and where, camouflaged among the faithful, those lone wolves who have too often become martyrs of the holy war hide,” the newspaper ll Tempo said on Friday. The number of underground mosques under surveillance has nearly doubled from 30 a decade ago, the newspaper noted, citing a report by the Italian Interior Ministry. The total number of unregistered places of worship may be over 100, according to the outlet, which described Rome as “increasingly the capital of Islam.”

 

  • Tunde Onakoya, a Nigerian chess champion and child education advocate, and his US counterpart Shawn Martinez have set a new world record after playing nonstop for 60 hours. The match began on Wednesday in New York City’s iconic Times Square and beat the previous chess marathon record of 56 hours, nine minutes, and 37 seconds set by Norwegians Hallvard Haug Flatebo and Sjur Ferkingstad in 2018. According to Onakoya, he initially planned to play for 58 hours, but in the end the showdown lasted another two hours, finishing at 12:40 am local time on Saturday. For every hour played each of the players got a five-minute break. According to reports, Onakoya and Martinez played roughly 200 games during the contest, with Onakoya winning most of them. During breaks, the Nigerian also played several bouts of chess with outside challengers, including several reporters, a financial industry worker, and a chess teacher.

 

  • A bold new proposal detailing how humanity might look for signs of alien life on distant planets has been proposed recently by two researchers. The proposal is based on the concept known as panspermia, a hypothesis that life is being spread through space via meteorites, asteroids and space dust. “Our model shows that as life propagates across the galaxy, correlations emerge between planetary characteristics and location, and can function as a population-scale agnostic biosignature,” the authors of the new research published on the preprint server arXiv write. “This biosignature is agnostic because it is independent of strong assumptions about any particular instantiation of life or planetary characteristic – by focusing on a specific hypothesis of what life may do, rather than what life may be.”

 

  • The quest to bring samples back to Earth from Mars has been met with controversy in some quarters as the threat that ecologically-hungry Martian microbes might pose to our biosphere continues to be a topic of concern. The Houston Chronicle published an opinion piece on April 11 titled “Is the U.S. ready for extraterrestrials? Not if they’re microbes. How to defend Earth from space bugs.” Under the rubric of the Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense, former Democratic Congresswoman Donna Shalala and Susan Brooks, a former U.S. Attorney and Republican Congresswoman. Together they serve on the Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense. The Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense is a privately funded entity established in 2014, set up to evaluate the status of U.S. biodefense efforts and issues recommendations to produce meaningful change.
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Archaeo Histories

The mysterious Escrick Ring, found on 19 April 2009 by a metal detectorist in Yorkshire … mysterious, because it’s proving so very difficult to date. The ring itself is made from sapphire, glass and gold. The only other sapphire known in England before 1066 is the one from Edward the Confessor’s ring, now part of the British Crown Jewels. This has led some experts to think the Escrick ring was made close in time to the Confessor. Others push the Escrick ring back by several centuries and suggest it reached England from a Frankish workshop in the 5th or 6th-century. The cut sapphire could be even earlier, perhaps even a Roman import from Sri Lanka. If the finished ring really is Frankish, then one possible scenario for its move north is with the entourage of the half-Frankish Æthelburh of Kent. This royal lady married King Edwin of Northumbria in about 624. The bride’s father, the late King Æthelbert of Kent had received the Gregorian missionaries from Rome and converted to Christianity. According to Bede, when King Edwin sought Æthelburh’s hand, her family agreed to the marriage on condition that the Northumbrian king respect his new wife’s religion and consider conversion for himself. Edwin was eventually baptised, but he was killed in 633. The queen fled south to her native Kent, taking her two children and Edwin’s young grandson with her. Still fearing for the children’s lives, she sent them across the Channel to her cousin, the Frankish king Dagobert. The boys died young, but her daughter Eanflaed would return north to marry King Oswy of Bernicia, and thus unite the rival ruling families of Northumbria. Eanflaed is also one of the very few people from this period of history whose birthday we know. According to Bede, she was born on 19 April (which was Easter Eve) in 626. – British Museum © The Early Middle Ages

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Strange Shape Spotted From A Flight Departing From Tenerife

Michelle A. has contacted DIARIO DE AVISOS to notify that on April 5, on a plane leaving from Tenerife bound for Ireland, she observed a strange figure that “looked like an uninhabited island” about 10-20 minutes from the takeoff. Visually, this uneven shape over the sea caught “especially the attention” of the young woman, who managed to capture a photograph of it from the air. An ancient legend claims that the archipelago is made up of 9 islands instead of the current eight. In medieval times, some maps drew a strange island known as San Borondón that has never been found although the legend remains alive. According to legend, San Borondón appears and disappears near El Hierro and can sometimes be seen among a sea of clouds from the islands of Tenerife, La Palma, El Hierro or La Gomera. The island has been known in Europe as “Island of San Brandán” since medieval cartographers captured it in their letters and maps, believing that San Borondón had detached itself from the American continent in the past.

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Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks and Jupiter

NASA’s space-based solar observatory STEREO-A is keeping a close eye on ‘Devil Comet’ 12P/Pons-Brooks as it prepares to make its closest approach to the sun — known as perihelion — on April 21. In this footage, the comet is passing by Jupiter from the observatory’s perspective, just as a coronal mass ejection (CME), a large expulsion of plasma and magnetic field from the sun, launches into space. CMEs form in a similar fashion to solar flares: They’re the result of the twisting and realignment of the sun’s magnetic field, known as magnetic reconnection. When these magnetic field lines ‘tangle’ they produce strong localized magnetic fields which can break through the sun’s surface and release CMEs.

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