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  • Italy has halted supplying arms to Israel after the conflict between the Jewish state and Palestinian movement Hamas escalated, Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani said. “Italy has stopped sending any kind of weapons to Israel since the beginning of the Gaza war. It’s all blocked. With the outbreak of hostilities, we suspended all deliveries of weapons systems and military equipment of any kind,” Tajani said in an interview with Italian newspaper Quotidiano Nazionale, published on Friday.

 

  • The Iranian Space Agency has successfully launched the Sorayya satellite into orbit at an altitude of 750 kilometers, the Iranian government announced on social media. The Sorayya satellite was launched using a three-stage Qaem 100 rocket as part of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ space program. “The Sorayya satellite, owned by the Iranian Space Agency, was successfully launched using a three-stage solid-fuel carrier rocket Qaem 100 of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and put into orbit at an altitude of 750 kilometers,” the government announced. Eisa Zarepour, the Islamic Republic’s Minister of Information and Communication Technologies, said in late November that Iran plans to launch five new satellites into space before the end of the Iranian calendar year [March 20, 2024].

 

  • North Korea revealed that it has tested an underwater nuclear drone this week. A spokesman for North Korea’s Defense Ministry said in a statement that, “the Underwater Weapon System Institute under the DPRK Academy of Defense Science conducted an important test of its underwater nuclear weapon system ‘Haeil-5-23’ under development in the East Sea of Korea.” Little is known about this new North Korean weapon, other than its name which translates as “tsunami.” Nonetheless, one can surmise – based on the available data – that it is an electric underwater drone that can follow a predetermined path and carry a nuclear payload, said Dmitry Kornev, founder of the MilitaryRussia.ru news portal.

 

  • The Russia’s foreign minister has reiterated Moscow’s support for Palestinian statehood, and announced plans to present proposals to resolve the crisis in the Middle East at the United Nations Security Council next week. A lasting resolution of the Palestinian-Israeli crisis is the keystone to regional stability, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said. “The main focus of efforts should be the creation of a Palestinian state in full compliance with the resolutions of the United Nations Security Council. The state described in these decisions would be competent and would exist in security and good neighborliness side by side with Israel and other countries in the region,” Lavrov said, speaking at a press conference on the results of Russian diplomacy in 2023 on Thursday.

 

  • Emmanuel Todd, historian, demographer, anthropologist, sociologist and political analyst, is part of a dying breed: one of the very few remaining exponents of old school French intelligentzia – a heir to those like Braudel, Sartre, Deleuze and Foucault who dazzled successive young Cold War generations from the West down to the East. The first nugget concerning his latest book, La Défaite de L’Occident (“The Defeat of the West”) is the minor miracle of actually being published last week in France, right within the NATO sphere: a hand grenade of a book, by an independent thinker, based on facts and verified data, blowing up the whole Russophobia edifice erected around the “aggression” by “Tsar” Putin. At least some sectors of strictly oligarch-controlled corporate media in France simply could not ignore Todd this time around for several reasons. Most of all because he was the first Western intellectual, already in 1976, to have predicted the fall of the USSR in his book La Chute Finale, with his research based on Soviet infant mortality rates. ~ Pepe Escobar

 

  • An Israeli attack on the Syrian capital of Damascus on Saturday destroyed a residential building where Iran-aligned paramilitary leaders were meeting. Precision-targeted Israeli missiles destroyed a multi-story building in the western Damascus neighborhood of Mazzeh, Reuters reported. The structure was occupied by Iranian advisers assisting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s administration, according to the report. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a U.K.-based non-profit, said at least five people were killed in the missile attack.

 

  • Former US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley does not have the capacity for high level politics, Donald Trump told supporters at a campaign event in New Hampshire on Friday. The former US president questioned his Republican rival’s ability to deal with world leaders such as Russia’s Vladimir Putin or China’s Xi Jinping. While former South Carolina governor Haley seeks to consolidate her second place in the race for the GOP presidential ticket ahead of Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary, Trump said she is not “tough enough” for the job.

 

  • Germany is in severe crisis. Between a tanking economy and an increasingly unpopular government, the country has begun to show just how much stress it is under. Half a year ago, the head of German carmaker Volkswagen warned that “the roof is on fire,” while The Economist concluded that “disaster,” meaning not just the decline but collapse of the German car industry, is “no longer inconceivable.” At this moment, the wintry beginning of 2024, German farmers are staging large-scale and escalating protests and forcing the ruling coalition into concessions, the trains are not running on time due to a strike, the country’s wholesale sector has dropped to pandemic-level pessimism, “dampening hopes of a rapid rebound in Europe’s largest economy,” as reported by Bloomberg, residential property prices are in record decline, and the office real estate market “has collapsed,” according to leading German news magazine Der Spiegel. The Economist finds Germany to be “down” politically as well – in fact, self-relegated – from its status as leader of Europe (or, at least, the EU) to less than second fiddle (that would be France, perhaps): while “Angela Merkel was the continent’s undoubted leader, Olaf Scholz, has not taken on her mantle.”

 

  • Dhannipur, 372 miles from New Delhi, is the village where a plot measuring five acres was allotted for the mosque following a Supreme Court verdict in November 2019 that allowed the establishment of a Ram Temple on land where, for 400 years until 1991, a mosque had stood. The dispute over the land, believed to be the mythological Lord Rama’s birthplace, had driven Indian national politics since the 1980s.

 

  • The culturally important and politically significant Ram temple will be inaugurated in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday, January 22. Dhannipur, 372 miles from New Delhi, is the village where a plot measuring five acres was allotted for the mosque following a Supreme Court verdict in November 2019 that allowed the establishment of a Ram Temple on land where, for 400 years until 1991, a mosque had stood. The dispute over the land, believed to be the mythological Lord Rama’s birthplace, had driven Indian national politics since the 1980s. Dhannipur has a mix of Hindus and Muslims. Most Hindus belong to the so-called backward castes.

 

  • The presumed Russia-linked group Midnight Blizzard has attacked Microsoft’s corporate e-mail system, including accounts of the company’s management, the tech giant claimed in a blog post on its website on Friday. According to Microsft, the hacking group, also known as Nobelium, APT29, or Cozy Bear, hacked some corporate e-mail accounts, including those of the company’s “senior leadership team and employees in our cybersecurity, legal, and other functions.” The attack, reportedly carried out at the end of November, was detected by the company’s security team on January 12. Microsoft said an investigation into the security breach was launched immediately after it discovered the intrusion.

 

  • Thailand has found nearly 15 million tons of lithium resources in its southern province of Phang Nga, a government official announced on Friday. The mineral is essential to the renewable energy industry. The discovery means that the country now boasts the globe’s third-largest lithium reserves, after Bolivia and Argentina. However, it’s unclear how much of these can be exploited for commercial purposes. According to government deputy spokesperson Rudklao Intawong Suwankiri, the deposits are split between two different locations. “We are trying to find out how much can we use from the resources we found. It takes time,” Rudklao told The Nation television station, according to AFP.

 

  • Slovakia’s continuous military aid to Ukraine under the previous government has left the country’s own defense posture badly damaged, with “years” now needed to fix it, new Slovak Defense Minister Robert Kalinak has said. The minister, who assumed office back in October under the new government led by Prime Minister Robert Fico, accused his predecessors of simply surrendering key military hardware to Ukraine without coming up with any plan to secure their replacements. The defense ministry has effectively been run by “people with qualities of pugs rather than wolves,” Kalinak told the Standard newspaper on Thursday.

 

  • Algeria has put dozens of members of the separatist Movement for the Autonomy of Kabylia (MAK) on trial for allegedly engaging in terrorist and rebel acts that threaten the North African nation’s security and unity. A court in the capital, Algiers, sought penalties for the activists on Tuesday that include life imprisonment, local media reported. This week’s case is the latest government action against the group, which claims to be advocating for self-determination for Amazigh people – Berber-speaking natives in the Kabylia region east of Algiers – long accused by authorities of having anti-Arab sentiments and criminal intent.

 

  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has committed “genocide” against the Palestinians of Gaza, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday. Speaking at a warship commissioning ceremony at the Yalova shipyard near Istanbul, the Turkish leader laid into both Israel and the West. “There is no more trust towards the Western countries that have failed the test on the Gaza issue. Their fascist faces have been exposed. They have not taken a single step to prevent violence. The organizations tasked with global security have suffered a fiasco,” Erdogan said. “They have confined themselves to idly watching acts of genocide and barbarism committed against the people of Palestine by the ‘modern fuehrer’ Netanyahu.” This is the second time in three weeks that Erdogan has compared Netanyahu to Adolf Hitler.

 

  • Facebook and Instagram users sexually harass about 100,000 children on both platforms every day, the social media brands’ parent company, Meta, has reportedly admitted. The revelation was contained in a legal filing from a lawsuit taken by the state of New Mexico against Meta last month, which was unsealed on Wednesday. Internal company documents detail unsolicited messages received by underage users including “pictures of adult genitalia,” The Guardian, TechCrunch and other outlets have reported. The documents also show that multiple Meta employees have raised concerns about child exploitation on their respective platforms. The social media giant has long been aware of sexual predators targeting its youngest users. One senior executive even testified before Congress last year about how his daughter had been sexually solicited on Instagram – and about his own ultimately futile efforts to end the phenomenon.

 

  • Former US president and Republican Party frontrunner in the race for the Oval Office Donald Trump has said that when he was US President he maintained good working relations with his Russian colleague, Vladimir Putin, and with leaders of several other countries seen by Washington as adversaries. He also insisted that the Ukraine conflict would never have come to pass had he been in office instead of Joe Biden. Trump has on multiple occasions claimed that he will be able to put an end to hostilities between Kiev and Moscow within 24 hours if he becomes president again. President Biden’s leadership, or lack thereof, has plunged the whole world into a “mess,” he lamented in an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Thursday. “We have the worst president in history,” the GOP frontrunner told Hannity.

 

  • NASA’s Ingenuity Mars helicopter has gone incommunicado. Ingenuity’s handlers lost contact with the 4-pound (1.8 kilograms) chopper on Thursday (Jan. 18), toward the end of its 72nd flight on Mars. “Data Ingenuity sent to the Perseverance rover (which acts as a relay between the helicopter and Earth) during the flight indicates it successfully climbed to its assigned maximum altitude of 40 feet (12 meters),” NASA officials wrote in an update on Friday (Jan. 19).

 

  • Anyone who has ventured to the far north or south during winter will have experienced the surreal phenomenon of the “polar night,” during which the sun doesn’t rise. During the polar night, the sun doesn’t rise above the horizon. This only happens within the polar circles — the Arctic Circle and Antarctic Circle — during the winter months. For the Northern Hemisphere, the polar night can be experienced between September to March and for the Southern Hemisphere, it’s March to September according to timeanddate. The polar night, and the opposite phenomenon known as the “midnight sun” whereby the sun never sets, are caused by the rotation of Earth while it orbits the sun. Earth rotates on a tilted axis of around 23.4 degrees which means there are periods of the year when the polar circles are either completely obscured from the sun (polar night) or constantly exposed to it (midnight sun).

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In 1578 AD, news came from Rome of a discovery of a labyrinth of underground tombs, which were thought to hold the remains of thousands of early Christian martyrs. The skeletons, known as “the catacomb saints,” were carefully reassembled, richly dressed in beautiful and fantastic costumes, wigs, crowns, jewels, and armor, and posed in elaborate displays inside churches and shrines as reminders to the faithful of the heavenly treasures that awaited them after death. In reality the bodies covered with priceless treasures is really a gruesome sight. 📷© Paul Koudounaris

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