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  • A number of known British pedophiles have been told to leave Poland after British authorities discovered they traveled there to target Ukrainian children in refugee camps, the National Crime Agency said on Thursday. The ten men were interviewed by Polish immigration authorities before being sent home, the National Crime Agency (NCA) told the Independent. According to an NCA spokesperson, the men failed to declare their convictions upon arriving in Poland, which they were required to do by law. The convicted predators reportedly claimed they were offering “humanitarian assistance” to refugees fleeing the conflict in Ukraine, of which at least 5,000 in Poland are unaccompanied children, the spokesperson continued.

 

  • The Royal Navy is training Ukrainian sailors in Scotland in an attempt to support Kiev in its fight with Russia, the British military said on Friday. The exercises were attended by Vladimir Gavrilov, Ukraine’s deputy defense minister, and UK Armed Forces Minister James Heappey. The exact location of the drill is undisclosed for security reasons.

 

  • Corrupt US Customs and Border Protection agent turned drug dealers’ concierge Oziel Cantu has been sentenced to ten years in prison after pleading guilty last spring to the lesser charge of bribing a public official. US District Judge Micaela Alvarez added three years of supervised release after reading off Cantu’s sentence on Wednesday. The judge appeared to be baffled by Cantu’s decision to imperil his solid career with the border patrol agency and enter a life of crime just because he was under financial stress. “Everyone in the courtroom has been in a difficult financial situation before, and yet none of them resorted to crime,” she pointed out.

 

  • Emmy Award-winning American comedian Dave Chappelle had his show canceled on Thursday shortly before he was supposed to take the stage following controversy over his jokes about transgender people. Chappelle had a scheduled performance at First Avenue in Minneapolis, Minnesota, but the venue announced that the show was canceled and would be moved to another place.

 

  • The EU has blocked a proposal to impose sanctions on Russian titanium producer VSMPO-AVISMA, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported on Thursday. According to the report, the decision was made after France and other EU members raised concerns over a potential Russian retaliatory ban on titanium exports. VSMPO-AVISMA is the world’s largest manufacturer of titanium and titanium alloy products, which are widely used in aircraft production, from the airframe and engine parts to landing gear. The Russian metals company is a critical supplier of titanium to EU-based Airbus, the biggest commercial jet maker in the world, and the loss of deliveries from Russia would be a major blow. According to consulting firm AlixPartners, roughly 65% of Airbus’ titanium comes from Russia.

 

  • The Google-owned video service YouTube announced on Thursday that it has added abortion to the list of health and medical topics subject to its ‘misinformation’ policy, which includes vaccines and baby formula. “Starting today and ramping up over the next few weeks, we will remove content that provides instructions for unsafe abortion methods or promotes false claims about abortion safety under our medical misinformation policies,” the company announced via Twitter. Going forward, videos and search results dealing with the topic of abortion will be tagged with “an information panel that provides viewers with context and information from local and global health authorities.”

 

  • Stephen King has admitted to falling victim to Russian pranksters Vovan and Lexus after he was heard praising Ukrainian nationalist and Nazi collaborator Stepan Bandera as “a great man.” In a tweet posted on Thursday, the best-selling author said he didn’t actually know who Bandera was and that he was embarrassed. Pranksters Vovan and Lexus spoke with King while pretending to be Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky and asked the author a number of questions throughout the 15-minute-long call. “Of course, they love some people like Bandera, our national hero. So, what do you think of Bandera?” they asked, referring to Stepan Bandera – a Ukrainian nationalist and Nazi collaborator who was responsible for the massacre of 60,000 Poles During World War II and the killing of over 133,000 Jews, Poles, and Russians.

 

  • Amazon has announced a $3.9 billion deal to acquire the One Medical primary care organization. One Medical offers both virtual and in-person visits at some 188 locations is the US. The membership-based company has around 767,000 paid subscribers and provides employee health benefits to thousands of companies, including Airbnb and Google, but showed a net loss of $90.9 million in its first-quarter earnings report. Amazon’s acquisition proposal will cover One Medical’s debt and is estimated to be around $3.9 billion or $18 per share in cash, if it receives US regulatory approval. “We think healthcare is high on the list of experiences that need reinvention,” Neil Lindsay, the senior vice president of Amazon Health Services, said in a statement announcing the deal.

 

  • 27th December, 2021 – Rev Dr Andrew Davidson, a priest and theologian at the University of Cambridge, is among 24 theologians to have taken part in a NASA-sponsored programme at the Center for Technological Inquiry (CTI) at Princeton in the US. The programme aims to assess how the world’s major religions would react to the news that life exists in worlds beyond our own. As per the media outlet, CTI has described it as building “bridges of under understanding by convening theologians, scientists, scholars, and policymakers to think together – and inform public thinking – on global concerns”. It aims to answer questions such as ‘Where do we draw the line between the human and the alien? And What are the possibilities for sentient life in other places?’ The British priest revealed that he is now set to publish a book next year, titled ‘Astrobiology and Christian Doctrine’, which notes that the world is getting closer to finding life on other planets. Physicist Mark Buchanan wrote a piece in the Washington Post in which he said trying to establish contact with aliens could be “extremely dangerous” and could also possibly “end the life on earth”. Meanwhile, scientists in Cardiff have indicated that ammonia found in Venus’s atmosphere could potentially have been put there by living organisms. The head of NASA’s head of Astrobiology Institute until 2016, Carl Pilcher, said the theologians were brought in to: “Consider the implications of applying the tools of late 20th [and early 21st]-century science to questions that had been considered in religious traditions for hundreds or thousands of years”.

 

  • China could impose a no-fly zone over Taiwanese airspace or fly fighter jets farther into Taiwan’s air defense zone in response to a visit by Pelosi, the report said late on Thursday, citing a US official. Such actions could initiate a response from Taiwan or the US, the official also reportedly said, although details of the response were not included. Pelosi has been planning a trip to Taiwan in the weeks to come, the report said, citing three sources familiar with the matter.

 

  • Media Research Center founder Brent Bozell has alleged that “140 million times information didn’t reach the American people” because of 172 acts of censorship alone that the organization confirmed during the first three months of 2022. Big tech platforms have kept information away from social media users in the United States on an astounding number of occasions this year alone, Fox News reports, citing the findings of a watchdog organization called the Media Research Center (MRC). “The secondhand censorship effect for the first quarter of 2022 includes only the censorship cases we found or were informed about. Because of this, it represents a mere fraction of the total scale of secondhand censorship taking place,” Brian Bradley and Gabriela Pariseau, authors of the study conducted by the MRC’s Free Speech America project, said as quoted by Fox News.

 

  • A bat signal-style light mishap recently dealt a major blow to Australian medical marijuana growers’ efforts to keep their farm’s location secret, all the while offering nearby Aussies quite the nighttime surprise. The mysterious source of the pink lights which puzzled locals as they illuminated the sky over the south Australia town late Tuesday was revealed to be none other than a lighting rig used by local marijuana farmers. Peter Crock, the CEO of Cann Group, the medical marijuana supplier which admitted responsibility for what the company reportedly described as a ‘once-off’ lighting accident, noted that security “did report some activity” at the facility as well. ABC News Australia says “the location of the facility has traditionally been undisclosed,” adding that the CEO refused to “divulge where exactly” the farm is located. But less than a month after Cann Group’s medicinal marijuana was approved for sale in Australia, they apparently managed to activate their pink-glowing LED lights before closing their ‘blackout blinds’ – effectively illuminating the farm’s location for everyone within miles to see. Unfortunately for the growers, photos of the strange phenomenon are now all over social media.

 

  • Twelve countries signed the Antarctic Treaty in 1959 with the objective to demilitarize Antarctica, establish it as a zone for peaceful research activities, and set aside any disputes regarding territorial sovereignty. India joined the treaty in 1983. With an aim to extend the application of domestic laws to research stations set up by India in the Antarctic region, India’s Lok Sabha (the lower house of parliament) on Friday passed the Indian Antarctic Bill, 2022. The Indian Antarctic Bill, 2022 was taken up for discussion after Earth Sciences Minister Jitendra Singh moved it for consideration. It aims at having the country’s own national measures for protecting the Antarctic environment and its dependent and associated ecosystem. “The continuing and growing presence of Indian scientists in Antarctica warrants a domestic legislation on Antarctica consistent with its obligations as a member of the Antarctic Treaty,” the bill says.

 

  • The Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) has established the 3 Canadian Space Division as its newest addition to the country’s military, the Department of National Defense said in a statement on Friday. “Today, Lieutenant-General Al Meinzinger, Commander of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), and Brigadier-General Mike Adamson, Commander of 3 Canadian Space Division, participated in a ceremony that marked the establishment of the RCAF’s newest Division – 3 Canadian Space Division, at National Defense Headquarters Carling in Ottawa, Ontario,” the statement said.
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