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  • An analysis of Hunter Biden’s laptop and iCloud account indicated that he and his company earnt $ 11 million from Ukrainian and Chinese firms between 2013 and 2018, according to NBC News, with a “big guy” taking a 10% cut. Earlier this week, NBC News shed light on the president’s son’s questionable dealings with Burisma, a Ukrainian firm “accused of bribery,” and with Chinese businessman Ye Jianming, who was accused of fraud and economic crimes by Chinese prosecutors in 2018. According to the outlet, which largely ignored the New York Post’s Hunter Biden “laptop from hell” story when it broke in October 2020, these facts raise questions about the US ‘”national security, business ethics and potential legal exposure.” Most of the alleged financial dealings were made during Joe Biden’s tenure as Barack Obama’s vice president between 2009 and 2017. “In the United States, persons who work for foreign-controlled entities must make complete, truthful and timely disclosures under provisions of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA),” says Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel. “Moreover, elected officials are barred from working for foreign powers. In theory, US intelligence has a robust ability to monitor suspicious activities involving money and close relations of top US government officials. Here, we need to understand whether these intelligence organizations knew that Hunter Biden and his associates were acting to further foreign interests and the basis for their compensation.”

 

  • The US Senate, which will be tasked with approving NATO membership bids by Finland and Sweden in the near future, should think twice before doing so, a long-term foreign policy advisor for the US Congress, Diana Ohlbaum, has stated in an op-ed for the Hill. According to Ohlbaum, NATO expansion might greatly worsen the situation in Europe and increase chances of a global conflict. She goes on to say that while the desire to expand NATO was a natural response to the actions of the Russian President Vladimir Putin, it is not in the interest of the US, western states, or other countries.

 

  • A massive subterranean tree-like plume that feeds many volcanoes on Earth has been mapped out by an international team of scientists, and this plume can be Titanic in size. Hidden underground, the enormous plume appears to egress to Réunion – a tiny French island in the Indian Ocean that also happens to host one of the world’s most active volcanoes, Piton de la Fournaise, or “peak of the furnace.” While the existence of this plume was hypothesised earlier, scientists had never been able to actually see it seismologically – until an international team led by Oxford University’s Maria Tsekhmistrenko managed to create a map of this massive “volcanic tree” via the data collected by geological “telescopes” that detect the planet’s vibrations. “People have had a longer history and an easier time actually looking up at the stars,” University of Cambridge seismologist Sanne Cottaar told Quanta Magazine. “Looking down has actually been quite challenging.”

 

  • Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant was not affected by the earthquake that occurred off the coast of Japan’s Ibaraki Prefecture on Sunday, the Japanese Kyodo news agency reports. The Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) checked the Fukushima Daiichi plant, whose six reactor units are in permanent shutdown, on Sunday. According to TEPCO, units one and two were unaffected, Kyodo said. The Japan Meteorological Agency said on Sunday that a 5.8-magnitude earthquake hit off the coast of northeastern Japan at around 03:24 GMT. The meteorological agency said that the quake occurred at a depth of 30 kilometers (18 miles). There was no threat of a tsunami.

 

  • Belarus has observed increased activity of the Ukrainian military along the countries’ shared border, Belarusian Security Council chief Alexander Volfovich claimed on Sunday. Ukrainian troops have amassed at several locations along the frontier, with some saboteur groups entering the territory of Belarus, according to the official. “Engineering works are ongoing along the Ukraine-Belarus border – the placing of landmines and creation of barricades. Saboteur and reconnaissance groups are active, they also infiltrate Belarusian territory,” Volfovich told the Belarus-1 TV channel. Some 10,500 Ukrainian soldiers are stationed in the northwest Rovno region, with a further 4,500 amassed in the east near Chernigov and some 5,500 gathered in central Ukraine outside Kiev, according to Belarusian estimates.

 

  • The long withstanding megadrought in Nevada and much of the Western United States revealed two bodies in Lake Mead after the drought depleted its water levels. A roughly 8,000-year-old skull was discovered last summer in the Minnesota River during an unusual drought felt by 93% of the state. About 110 miles west of Minneapolis, two kayakers made the discovery and turned it over to a medical examiner, according to Renville County Sheriff Scott Hable. The skull then made its way, eventually, to the FBI where a forensic anthropologist used carbon dating – a tool which can measure the age of an object that contains carbon – to estimate its age. The skull belonged to a young man who lived in the area between 5,500 and 6,000 B.C.E., authorities have since determined. “There’s probably not that many people at that time wandering around Minnesota 8,000 years ago, because, like I said, the glaciers have only retreated a few thousands years before that,” said Kathleen Blue, a professor of anthropology at Minnesota State University, who says the skull most likely belongs to a tribe that was living in what is now known as Minnesota. “That period, we don’t know much about it.”

 

  • No fast-track accession of Ukraine to the European Union is possible and the process will take a “very long” time, French European Affairs Minister Clement Beaune said on Sunday. “We have to be honest. If we say that Ukraine will join the EU in six months, one year or two years, we are lying. It’s not true. It’s probably 15 or 20 years. It takes a very long time,” Beaune told Paris-based Radio J. Beaune, described by Politico as President Emmanual Macron’s “trusted protege” was named on Friday as minister of European affairs in the government led by Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne.

 

  • Joe Biden, in Seoul before heading to Japan as part of his first Asia trip as president, had a simple message for North Korea’s Kim Jong Un: “Hello… period,” he told reporters on the last day of his visit to South Korea on Sunday. Biden said he was “not concerned” about new North Korean nuclear tests, which would be the first in nearly five years.

 

  • The head of Yemen’s Houthi Supreme Political Council, Mahdi al-Mashat, on Sunday said the group was not against extending a U.N.-brokered truce, despite describing it as “not encouraging enough”. The two-month nationwide truce between a Saudi-led coalition and the Iran-aligned Houthi group, the first since 2016, went into effect on April 2 and has largely held. The Saudi-led coalition intervened in Yemen in 2015 against the Houthis after they ousted the government from the capital Sanaa. The truce has offered a glimmer of hope in a country where the war and ensuing economic collapse have left millions facing starvation, and could also provide Riyadh with an exit from a costly conflict that is a point of tension with Washington. The conflict is largely seen as a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran. The Houthis say they are fighting a corrupt system and foreign aggression.

 

  • Iran’s Revolutionary Guards said on Sunday that one of its officers, Colonel Sayad Khodai, was killed in a rare assassination in Tehran. Khodai was “one of the defenders of the shrines”, the semi-official Tasnim news agency reported, referring to military personnel or advisers who Iran says fight on its behalf to protect Shi’ite sites in Iraq or Syria against groups such as Islamic State. “The sworn enemies of the holy system of the Islamic Republic of Iran once again showed their evil nature with the assassination and martyrdom of one of the members of the IRGC troops,” said Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Saeed Khatibzadeh. At least six Iranian scientists and academics have been killed or attacked since 2010, several of them by assailants riding motorcycles, in incidents believed to have targeted Iran’s disputed nuclear programme, which the West says is aimed at producing a bomb. Iran denies this, saying its nuclear programme has peaceful purposes, and has denounced the killings as acts of terrorism carried out by Western intelligence agencies and the Mossad. Israel has declined comment on such accusations.

 

  • Late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s 7.6k acre ranch in the New Mexico desert, approximately 35 minutes from Santa Fe, has been sitting on the market for over a year. The Neil Lyon Group at Sotheby’s published pictures of the $27.5 million ranch, offering new insight into Epstein’s plan to turn the ranch into a small community where he would seed the human race with his DNA by impregnating scores of women. “On multiple occasions starting in the early 2000s, Mr. Epstein told scientists and businessmen about his ambitions to use his New Mexico ranch as a base where women would be inseminated with his sperm and would give birth to his babies, according to two award-winning scientists and an adviser to large companies and wealthy individuals, all of whom Mr. Epstein told about it,” according to an NYTimes report in 2019. It’s been reported that Epstein would fly underage girls to the ranch to sexually molest them. However, as for the baby-making plan, there has been no evidence (so far) that an operation of that sort was erected.

 

  • A massive carcass of a metal unknown to experts was discovered buried beneath the dry deserts of the Grand Canyon. Carbon analysis of the metal revealed that the piece could have been made around the year 2000 a. C. As a result, the bizarre building would be 4,000 years old. According to some experts, the squad in charge of researching the discovery is a military faction that works on UFOs in secret. Certain ufologists believe the structure is an alien ship that crashed 4 millennia ago in a dramatic catastrophe. The metallic substance used to construct the ship is completely unknown. The shell emits a small amount of radiation. Furthermore, the massive carcass was removed and quickly secured, according to the released information. After being shown sensitive information from the US Air Force on the case, astronomer Henry Leaumont of California told the Weekly World News website. According to Leaumont, his connections informed him that the building was not of terrestrial origin. It was an alien ship with 12 to 20 folks on board. The cave paintings in the vicinity could indicate that the alien ship’s crew inhabited the area. The cockpit’s attributes show that the crew members had a human-like physiognomy, albeit one that was much smaller. They were allegedly breathing oxygen and using a magnetic steering mechanism to maneuver the ship. They also had cupboards where they could keep food and water. When the ship struck with the limestone of the Grand Canyon’s floor near Comanche Poiint, it sustained significant damage. The beings who manned the extraterrestrial ship had left the landing zone, according to a thorough assessment. As a result, they left the abandoned ship and lived in the area for several years. This isn’t the first time the world’s ruling class has hidden evidence. Experts say it’s through it that they keep their military vehicles technologically up to date.
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