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  • The Negev’s Bedouin demonstrations first re-erupted on January 9 in opposition to an afforestation (tree planting) project by the quasi-governmental body called the Jewish National Fund (JNF) in what Israel calls “disputed lands.” The JNF project is just the beginning of a larger $48 million project set forth by the Israel Land Authority, which threatens to cover residential areas where six unrecognized Bedouin villages are located. While Israeli environmentalists argue that the project is geared towards cleaning up the land, Bedouin villagers see the push as a means of displacing them and taking away their agricultural lands.

 

  • ‘Mission: Impossible 8’ – The working title for the latest entry in the Tom Cruise franchise is ‘Scorpio’, a curious choice given that the original ‘Scorpio’, from 1973, was the first movie to be allowed access to film at the CIA’s Langley headquarters. This was the first time that Hollywood film-makers were allowed access to Langley, and the same basic sequence has subsequently appeared in ‘Patriot Games’ in 1992, ‘Top Chef’ in 2010, ‘Argo’ in 2012, the FBI-produced ‘Game of Pawns’ in 2015, Amazon’s ‘Jack Ryan’ in 2018 and the reality show ‘Pawn Stars’ in 2019. Other CIA-supported productions including the Al Pacino psychological thriller ‘The Recruit’, as well as the TV series ‘Shooter’ and ‘Designated Survivor’, reproduced a CIA lobby set, complete with the Agency’s seal built into the floor. The initial documents on ‘Scorpio’ were discovered by academic Simon Willmetts while researching his book ‘In Secrecy’s Shadow: The OSS and CIA in Hollywood Cinema 1941-1979’.

 

  • Scores of people have been killed and potentially hundreds have been injured by airstrikes in Yemen, the latest escalation in the Saudi Arabia-led coalition’s war against Houthi rebels in the shattered country. Targets struck on Friday reportedly included a prison and an airport in the northern city of Sa’ada, various government facilities and a telecommunications building in Hodeidah. The Saudi-led coalition intensified airstrikes in Yemen earlier this week in response to Houthi drone attacks in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia’s partner in the war.

 

  • A Wisconsin man accused of spinning an “amazing web of lies,” including a job offer from Elon Musk’s aerospace firm, has been found guilty of all charges by a jury and now faces a life sentence. The verdict against 23-year-old Chandler Halderson was handed down on Thursday in Dane County Circuit Court in Madison, Wisconsin. Halderson was charged with killing and dismembering his parents – Bart and Krista Halderson, 50 and 53 – last year after the Haldersons discovered that their son had lied about various aspects of his life, including false claims that he was attending college, working at an insurance company, and considering a lucrative offer to join SpaceX.

 

  • A truck carrying some 100 monkeys was involved in a crash with a dump trailer in Montour County, Pennsylvania on Friday afternoon. The animals were being transported to a laboratory, local media reported, citing police. While it is unclear whether any animals were injured, some of them were confirmed to have escaped. The authorities have launched a search and asked for the public’s assistance. At least four of the monkeys – reported to be long-tailed macaques – are believed to be on the loose. PETA expressed the concern that they might carry pathogens.

 

  • German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has reportedly turned down an invitation for talks sent by Joe Biden at short notice. According to Der Spiegel, Scholz cited a busy schedule as the reason why he could not discuss the situation around Ukraine with his counterpart in Washington. German journalists claim to have discovered that the canceled meeting was meant to bring the two countries’ positions closer together vis-a-vis Russia. Biden had reportedly hoped to convince Scholz to adopt a tougher line on Moscow. To prepare the ground for that, CIA head William Burns reportedly paid the German chancellor a visit in Berlin last week.

 

  • At Madame Tussauds’ Wax Museum in New York where life-like replicas of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have been immortalized for posterity. It’s arguably the best the Democratic duo has ever looked together. Currently, there appears to be a heated race underway between Biden and Harris as to who can become the least popular with the American people. Thus far Harris enjoys a comfortable lead, but the president is not far behind.

 

  • The Queen stripped the prince of his military titles and royal patronages last week as he continues to face prosecution in the US over accusations of sexual abuse of a minor, Virginia Roberts Giuffre. Prince Andrew might lose his taxpayer-paid security detail now that he is no longer considered a working royal, the Daily Mail has reported citing sources. According to them, the Metropolitan Police and the Home Office are currently looking at Prince Andrew’s situation and deliberating about whether or not he should enjoy the state-provided protection. At the moment, Prince Andrew is followed by state-provided bodyguards that cost between 2 and 3 million pounds ($2.71 to $4 million) to the budget per year.

 

  • During a school board meeting in Michigan that supposedly took place in December, one mother stepped forward to voice her concerns about litter boxes allegedly being placed in the school bathroom for students who may identify themselves as “furries”. “Furry” is a term for people who associate themselves with anthropomorphic animals, be it cats, dogs, or whatever one may imagine. According to the mother, one of the unisex bathrooms in the Michigan school had a litter box installed there for those who identify themselves as “cats”. “I am really disturbed by that. I will do some more investigation on that”, the mother is heard saying in the video widely shared online. “I know what’s going on nationwide, I know it is…it’s part of the agenda that’s being pushed, I don’t even want to understand it”.

 

  • A powerful 6.3-magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of the US state of Alaska, where a major fishing port is located, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) reported on Saturday. The earthquake was registered at 8:17 p.m. local time (05:17 GMT) on Friday. The epicentre was located 74 kilometres (46 miles) south of the city of Unalaska at a depth of 3 kilometres. No further information on any possible casualties or damage was reported. A tsunami warning has not been issued.

 

  • Researchers from the University of Warsaw managed to discover more than a dozen new buildings belonging to the Inca Empire’s Machu Picchu complex using a special laser technology that gets ever more frequent use by the archaeologists – lidar. Using drones equipped with these lidars, the archaeologists managed to pierce through the thick foliage of the Peruvian jungle and detect the structures buried in the overgrowth a mere 5 miles away from the main complex at the outer fringes of the ceremonial site Chachabamba.

 

  • UK Labour politician Liam Byrne has claimed MI5 obtained evidence that major Brexit donor Arron Banks ordered surveillance of the country’s information commissioner amid the Cambridge Analytica row, first revealed in 2018. In a message to the House of Commons on Saturday, Byrne argued that he “had been told Elizabeth Denham, who was information commissioner at the height of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, was warned by counter-terrorism officers that MI5 had evidence that she was under active intrusive surveillance ordered by Arron Banks, so her office had to be swept.”

 

  • Qatar Airways and Airbus are currently in the middle of a squabble over the condition of some of the Airbus long-haul jets that the company provides to the airline. Airbus claims that the state-owned airline has engineered the dispute in order to capitalise. Qatar Airways is seeking $618 million in compensation, along with an additional $4 million per day. It has also halted taking new A350 deliveries. The airline points to the deterioration of paint and anti-lightning protection of the planes intended to travel long distances. Airbus admitted the said defects need attention but argued they pose no safety threats. According to the plane maker, Qatar Airways is trying to engineer the dispute for the sake of compensation. It also said that the state-owned airline had “no reasonable or rational basis” for grounding the A350s.
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