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  • A disabled Tongan man swam for 27 hours across eight miles of ocean in order to survive being swept out to sea by a devastating tsunami which hit the islands. Lisala Folau, 57 and a retired carpenter, was at home on Atata Island with his son and niece around 6pm Saturday when a 20ft wave carried them miles from shore. Adrift and alone, he spent the next 27 hours swimming between uninhabited islands and trying in vain to signal passing boats before eventually reaching the mainland, where he 11 was picked up by a passing car. Lisala, who has problems with both legs that causes him to ‘walk slower than a baby’, decided not to call for help because he didn’t want his son or niece to risk their lives trying to save him. Tragically, they are both still missing.


  • A Belgian court has sentenced a Vietnamese man who led a human trafficking gang to 15 years in prison, after 39 migrants he smuggled to Britain were found dead in an airtight shipping container on a truck. Vo Van Hong, 45, was found guilty on Wednesday of being the ringleader of the cross-channel human trafficking operation. In addition to his prison sentence, the Bruges court also ordered him to pay a €920,000 ($1.04 million) fine. It also sentenced 17 other members of the gang to between 18 months and 10 years for their involvement in people smuggling. In the 234-page ruling, judges noted that the criminals had dehumanized the victims and charged them at least €24,000 ($27,000) for the trips.


  • Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri has unveiled three new money-making features for creators who use the platform in an effort to compete with sites like OnlyFans and Patreon that offer users a reliable income stream. “Creators do what they do to make a living, and it’s important that that is predictable,” Mosseri said in an Instagram post describing the new features on Wednesday. “Subscriptions are one of the best ways to have a predictable income.” Instagram creators will be able to deliver ‘stories’ live directly to subscribers using the new feature, which is currently only available to a small set of pre-selected creators. Parent company Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the feature on Wednesday via Facebook, which has offered its own ‘subscriptions’ feature since 2018 but has been unable to seriously compete with creator-centric models like Patreon.


  • The spill at the La Pampilla refinery, near the Peruvian capital, is “the worst ecological disaster that has occurred in Lima in recent times,” the Peruvian Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday, adding that Spanish oil company Repsol “must immediately compensate the damage.” The ministry said the spill endangered the flora and fauna in two natural conservation zones covering more than 18,000 square kilometers (6,950 square miles). Repsol claimed that the spill from a tanker unloading crude oil was caused by “high tidal waves” formed by an underwater eruption of the remote South Pacific Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano on Friday.


  • US Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) documents released to RT investigative unit The Detail pose serious questions about Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged attempt to kill himself while incarcerated in the Metropolitan Correctional Center. According to the established timeline of events, Epstein was found injured and semi-conscious on the floor of his cell in the early hours of July 23, 2019, 17 days after his imprisonment on charges of child sex trafficking, with marks of an unspecified nature around his neck. Claiming to remember nothing about what happened, his cellmate, former NYPD officer Nicholas Tartaglione – who has coincidentally shared the same legal representation as Epstein’s partner and ‘madam’ Ghislaine Maxwell – likewise pleaded ignorance. A classified internal BOP memo notes that the incident report related to self-mutilation was “expunged” – in other words stricken from the record, as if it never happened – five days after Epstein’s death. An official added that it was “unclear why it had been expunged and whether Mr. Epstein knew this.”


  • Severe mental trauma can be passed down across generations through chemical modifications of genes, according to a study that analyzed the DNA sequences of ethnic Tutsi women who were pregnant during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda and their children. The research, published recently in the Epigenomics journal, compared these samples to those taken from Tutsi women and their offspring who were living elsewhere around the world during the ethnic cleansing that saw an estimated 800,000 Tutsis killed by Hutu extremists over a 100-day period. A team of scientists from the University of South Florida and the University of Rwanda identified chemical “epigenetic” alterations to the DNA in the pregnant survivors. These changes – which do not damage genes, but modify how they function – were observed in genes that have been linked to a risk for mental health conditions like depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).


  • The yuan has now firmly placed itself among the world’s top five most popular currencies for cross-border payments, securing the fourth spot for the first time in six years. The yuan accounted for roughly 2.7% of global payments in December 2021. Against the US dollar, the yuan posted its second straight year of gains in 2021. It also became last year’s best performing emerging market currency, rallying on surging exports, a growing trade surplus, and robust capital inflows into Chinese assets. Data shows global holdings of Chinese government bonds also hit a record high last month.


  • Bill Gates has raised the specter of future viruses that could be more lethal than Covid-19, saying rich countries should ramp up vaccine funding to brace for potentially catastrophic outbreaks. The Microsoft co-founder made his comments while announcing a new $150 million pledge by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI). He noted that while Covid-19’s Delta and Omicron variants were among the most transmissible viruses ever seen, the world could have been hit with a more virulent pathogen, killing far more people. By investing in vaccine research and production capacity to ensure that future jabs are quickly made available all around the world, governments can prepare themselves to blunt future outbreaks, Gates said.


  • Most of the 1,000 reported cases of ‘Havana Syndrome,’ a mysterious condition that since 2016 has been plaguing US officials stationed in foreign nations, could not be traced to a foreign adversary, an internal CIA report has said, according to US media. The spy agency could not rule out malign action in about two dozen cases, but found no proof of it. It concluded that there was no sustained global campaign by a hostile power like Russia or China harassing Americans with an untraceable weapon, contrary to what some commentators believed.


  • “Finland makes its own decisions when it comes to foreign policy and security. Nobody can influence us, not United States, not Russia, not anyone else. We will make our decisions by ourselves as we have been doing so far,” the prime minister said in an interview with Reuters. NATO membership was not on the cards at the moment, according to Marin, because “we have a very fresh new paper on foreign security policy and we have decided that we have the opportunity, the possibility to become a NATO member state, but we are not applying and we are not discussing of applying. But we have that possibility in the future.”


  • US scientist Hal Barron is about to quit his current job with British pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) to head a biotech firm involved in anti-ageing research. The company where Barron is going to become chief executive and co-chairman is called Altos Labs – its backers are said to include Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and Russian venture capitalist Yuri Milner, MailOnline notes.


  • NASA’s Hubble Telescope has made an incredible discovery, spotting a black hole engaged in the formation of new stars, rather than swallowing them up. Hubble took images and gathered spectroscopy data of the dwarf galaxy Henize 2-10 – situated about 30 million light years from Earth in the Pyxis constellation. The researchers, who published their findings in the January issue of Nature, showed that in some instances, the powerful gravitational pull of a black hole which normally sucks particles and radiation into itself can be countered by magnetic fields which redirect these materials into reverse flowing low-velocity plasma jets travelling at speeds close to the speed of light. When the trajectory is right, these jets slam into gas concentrations to create new stars. Data taken from Hubble confirmed this supposition in the case of the Heniz 2-10 galaxy, showing that gasses volleyed from a black hole toward the dwarf galaxy has been slamming into a dense formation of gasses, forming new stellar clusters.


  • Russia has sent all data on the Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine to the World Health Organization (WHO), a visit of its experts to Russia is expected in the first quarter, tentatively in February, Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko said. Sputnik V, the world’s first registered coronavirus vaccine, has been already approved in 71 countries with a total population of about 4 billion people.
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