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  • A banking glitch in Ethiopia reportedly let customers withdraw unlimited funds. Now, state-owned Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) is trying to recover the $40-plus million that was withdrawn or transferred to other banks over the weekend, CNBC reported Tuesday (March 19). The glitch let customers pull more than their total balance, with a large portion of the money being withdrawn by students before transactions were halted. Several universities have urged students to return the money, and CBE President Abie Sano has said that anybody who returns it will not be prosecuted, the report said. The CBE said the service interruption was not the result of a cyberattack, while the country’s central bank said the glitch followed a series of system security checks and was “not an incident that endangers the bank, its customers and the entire financial system,” according to the report.

 

  • Israeli-American activist Miko Peled had strong words for Israel, which he accuses of torture, genocide, and “all kinds of crazy, sadistic policies for 76 years.” US Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced a trip to Egypt and Saudi Arabia this week seeking funds for Gaza’s postwar reconstruction. The visit comes as Israel continues its military operation in the besieged Gaza Strip where nearly 32,000 Palestinians have been killed per local authorities. In recent weeks people in the enclave’s northern sector have begun to succumb to starvation as Israel enforces a tight blockade, with UNICEF director Catherine Russell calling the number of child casualties in the conflict “staggering.” The continued suffering in Gaza caused Political Misfits host John Kiriakou to suggest the Biden administration is “putting the cart before the horse” with the trip. “First don’t we have to ensure that there will still be living Palestinians in Gaza?” asked the former CIA officer. Anti-Zionist activist Miko Peled, who came to support the Palestinian cause after being born to a prominent Israeli general, joined Kiriakou Tuesday to discuss the country’s continued assault on Gaza.

 

  • Convicted pedophile Nicholas Hawkes has become the first person to be jailed for the crime of ‘cyber-flashing’ in England and Wales, when he was sentenced to more than a year in prison on Tuesday. This comes after a new set of laws entered into effect earlier this year in an attempt to crack down on anti-social content and behavior online. Cyber-flashing is the act of sending unwanted sexual images to another person through online platforms such as social media or messenger apps. The act became a criminal offense in England and Wales under the Online Safety Act on January 31. In Scotland, it has been a crime for more than a decade. Hawkes – who had already been convicted of sexual activity with a child under 16 and exposure – pleaded guilty to two counts of sending a photograph or film of his genitals to cause alarm, distress, or humiliation. In February, he borrowed his father’s phone on the pretense of calling his parole officer, and took and sent two photos of his genitalia, one to a 15-year-old girl, and another to a woman of 60. The latter took a screenshot and alerted the police.

 

  • US President Joe Biden has confused two Nordic countries, Finland and Norway, as he touted the latest wave of NATO expansion amid the Ukraine conflict. Speaking at the campaign event in Reno, Nevada, on Tuesday, Biden recalled a conversation with former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in the autumn of 2023, a few days before his death. According to the US president, the veteran diplomat told him that many European countries “looked over [their] shoulder at Russia with some dread” until the US set its foot on the continent. Biden also claimed that Kissinger praised him for “strengthen[ing] NATO like it’s never been strengthened before.” “You’ve united Europe in a way. You’ve increased NATO and the border of NATO from bringing in Sweden and Norway.” He further quoted Kissinger as saying, “it’s changed the world.”

 

  • Perhaps it would be the understatement of the century to say that Donald Trump has a grudge to bear. Not only was his first term as president overshadowed by the dual hoaxes known as Russiagate and Ukrainegate, but the legal entanglements continue to follow him out of office as well. This has made Orange Man the first former president in American history to be hounded with state and federal lawsuits. And should he get elected to another four years in the Oval Office, nobody should be surprised if the reprisals against his arch-nemesis begin in earnest. “If I don’t get Immunity, then Crooked Joe Biden doesn’t get Immunity,” Trump fumed in January on his social media site. “With the Border Invasion and Afghanistan Surrender, alone, not to mention the Millions of dollars that went into his ‘pockets’ with money from foreign countries, Joe would be ripe for Indictment.” While it’s unclear what sort of cases the former president intends to bring against Biden, we can expect every legal channel available from the height of his office will be explored – investigations into high treason, abuse of office, corruption, mishandling of classified documents, etc. ~ Robert Bridge

 

  • Ukraine will not be able to start domestic production of NATO-standard 155mm artillery shells until at least the second half of this year, an insider source has told the Washington Post. The question of domestic production has come to the forefront as Western nations have been unable to keep up with Ukraine’s demand for artillery shells during the conflict with Russia. Last year, the EU pledged to supply a million of shells by March, a target that it has failed to achieve. Meanwhile, Kiev’s own stockpiles of Soviet-made arms and the leftovers that could be donated by former Warsaw Pact countries quickly ran dry.

 

  • Donald Trump, has reiterated his plans to pressure Russia and Ukraine into working out a peace deal if he returns to the White House. In an interview on the talk show ‘America First with Sebastian Gorka’ aired on Monday, Trump said negotiations are the only way to “stop the bloodshed in Europe.” “We have to get both of them [Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky] together, and I’ll say ‘you gotta get this thing done, you’re gonna get it done…’ I’ll get them together and make a deal, and I’ll get it done,” Trump stated, adding that he knows both leaders well and knows exactly what to tell them to make sure that a peace deal is signed.

 

  • Russian Foreign Intelligence chief Sergey Naryshkin revealed Tuesday that Paris is planning to send thousands of troops to Ukraine. The new info comes just days after the French president doubled down on threats to put boots on Ukrainian soil “to counter Russia.” Sputnik asked security analysts about the implications of these developments. The Russian Foreign Intelligence Service’s bombshell revelation about French plans to deploy 2,000+ troops to Ukraine may signal a play by President Emmanuel Macron to raise his stature as a major European and even global leader, but would almost certainly wind up undermining the regional security order, Russian and European security and international affairs observers have told Sputnik.

 

  • Researchers have successfully removed HIV from infected cells using a novel technique, raising hopes of a cure. The team was also able to pick out “hidden” HIV storage cells, focusing on distinct proteins lodged on these cell surfaces. Scientists from the University of Amsterdam employed the Nobel Prize winning gene-editing tool CRISPR/Cas9. The gene editor is used to change animal, plant, and microorganism DNAs with extremely high precision. This technology has revolutionized molecular life sciences, opened new plant-breeding opportunities, and contributed to the development of new cancer therapies.

 

  • Wendrusz Historical and Exploration Society archeology enthusiasts discovered the items during a metal detection adventure for World War II artifacts. Instead, they found four fibulae (human calf bone), a ring, and broken jewelry pieces. However, preliminary dating suggests the artifacts date from the late second to early third centuries, an era impacted by Roman culture. This could imply a Bogaczewo or Sudovian culture burial ground or community of that age. “As soon as we realized what we were discovering, we stopped the search in this area. Each such find is photographed with GPS coordinates and precisely marked on a digital map. This is to aid further archaeological research of the site in the future,” Anna Dymkowska-Kowalska from the Wendrusz Society told Polish media.

 

  • Peter Navarro, the architect of then-President Donald Trump’s trade war with China, has become the first former White House aide to be imprisoned for refusing to cooperate with US lawmakers. The 74-year-old economist, who served as a senior trade adviser to Trump, reported to federal prison on Tuesday at a minimum-security facility in Florida. Navarro was sentenced in January to four months in prison after being convicted of contempt of Congress for refusing to testify to the US House committee that investigated the January 2021 Capitol riot. The Trump ally has claimed that he could not provide testimony because his interactions with the then-president were covered by executive privilege – the chief executive’s authority to withhold information from the government’s legislative and judicial branches. “When I walk in that prison today, the justice system, such as it is, will have done a crippling blow to the constitutional separation of powers and executive privilege,” he told reporters on Tuesday.

 

  • Former US President Donald Trump has hinted that Britain’s Prince Harry could be deported if it turns out that he lied about his drug use on his visa application. Trump previously accused the royal of “betraying” his family. In an interview with former Brexit Party leader and GB News host Nigel Farage set to be broadcast on Tuesday, Trump was asked whether he would grant the Duke of Sussex “special privileges” if US immigration authorities discover that he tried to conceal his drug use to enter the US. “No,” Trump replied. “We’ll have to see if they know something about the drugs, and if he lied they’ll have to take appropriate action.”

 

  • The Kuiper Belt object named “486958 Arrokoth,” or simply “Arrokoth,” may have more in common with a snowman than just its shape. New research suggests there’s ancient ice locked within its frosty heart. The research team considers this “space snowman,” also known as “Ultima Thule,” a case study for other bodies within the Kuiper Belt. This belt represents an icy ring of cometary objects found beyond the orbit of Neptune in the outer regions of our solar system. The Arrokoth finding therefore suggests that these bodies, which are remnants of material that existed during the formation of the planets 4.5 billion years ago, may still host their original ice content. These ices are also referred to as “volatiles” because of how quickly it would be possible for them to vaporize. The findings challenge previous Kuiper Belt object evolutionary models, which have struggled to explain what happens to icy volatiles in these cold, distant objects. These models were based on assumptions that possibly underestimated how long Kuiper Belt objects can maintain volatiles in general, particularly carbon monoxide and water.

 

  • Astronomers have discovered that a distant, scorching hot planet twice the size of Jupiter is on a death-spiral trajectory that will send it careening into its parent star. A crash is expected to happen relatively soon, cosmically speaking. Researchers have predicted for some time that this planet, named WASP-12b, will eventually take a dive into its star that’s located around 1,400 light years from Earth. However, these new findings have shortened the time WASP-12b has left. Previous estimates gave WASP-12b around 10 million years before its inevitable demise, but these researchers say its more likely the planet smashes into its star way sooner.

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Chapel Saint Michel d’Aiguilhe, built in 962 AD, Le Puy-en-Velay, Auvergne, France. It sits on a basalt rock that from the prehistoric times, and has been a sacred place. The romans dedicated this place to Mercury and then the Christians built this chapel to honor St. Michael. Three great stones are incorporated into the chapel and they are thought to be the remains of a prehistoric dolmen. The chapel was built by Bishop Godescalc and the deacon Trianus in 962 AD. At first it was nothing but a simple shrine. Then it became a sanctuary and a chapel. In 12th Century AD, it was extended and two side chapels, a narthex with an upper gallery, a carved portal, and a bell tower were added. 📷 © Gérard Charbonnel

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