News Burst 24 October 2020 - Live Feed

News Burst 24 October 2020

News Burst 24 October 2020 – Live Feed​. By Disclosure News.

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  • Liz Truss hailed a bright future in tech industries for north-east England the day before she signed a bilateral free trade deal with Japan, the first since the UK left the EU this year. Japanese carmaker Nissan employs 7,000 people at its Sunderland plant. UK Trade Secretary Liz Truss has said post-Brexit trade deals could transform the north-east of England into a booming “Singapore-on-Tyne”.


  • A live broadcast from London shows people under the “End SARS” banner protesting against police brutality in Nigeria after reports emerged from Lagos of protesters having been shot by Nigerian soldiers. Mass protests hit the African country earlier this month, with people demanding to dissolve the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) after multiple allegations were made against the unit. According to protesters, SARS officers are responsible for acts of killing, torture, and blackmail.


  • Japan is still dealing with the consequences of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear power plant meltdowns in the wake of an offshore 9.1 earthquake and tsunami. The facility is out of space to store the ever-increasing amount of radiated waste, and the government is about set to release over 1 million tonnes of radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean. Eco activists are outraged following recent reports from Japanese media concerning a government panel’s intention to approve the release of highly-radioactive water into the ocean. An official announcement is expected to follow at the end of the month. According to the Kahoko Shinpo newspaper, the levels of radioactive elements in processed water are many times above the safe norm. In particular, the level of strontium in water is 100 times above the safety cutoff, while levels of iodine exceed safe levels in at least half of all samples. Fukushima fisherman are also against the plan, as they fear consumers will lose trust in local marine products.


  • China would never allow any forces to violate its national sovereignty or separate its sacred territory and would be able to fight such threats, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Friday. “We will never sit back and watch any damage to our national sovereignty, security, and development interests, and will never allow anyone or any force to infringe and divide the sacred territory of the motherland. Once such a serious situation occurs, the Chinese people will surely respond with a devastating blow to their heads”, the Chinese leader said. He stressed that China does not seek hegemony or expansion and firmly opposes hegemonism and power politiсs.


  • India has finally agreed to accept Australia’s willingness to join other Quad members – India, Japan, US – in the Malabar Exercise, in which Canberra has not participated since 2008, prioritising instead its relationship with China. Beijing termed a military dimension of the Quad as an β€œAnti-China coalition” at the beginning and on Tuesday it once again reiterated that military cooperation should be conducive to regional peace and stability.


  • Images surfaced last week showing the Nabarima, laden with 1.3 million barrels of crude and anchored in the Gulf of Paria, tilting on its side, sparking concerns about a possible oil spill. Venezuela’s state oil company Petroleos de Venezuela reportedly intends to offload crude from the idled Nabarima floating oil facility, according to sources cited by Reuters on Monday. Sources claim a transfer of the crude from the facility via a ship-to-ship (STS) transfer is being considered amid environmental concerns. However, it was not immediately clear how the STS transfer would take place. The move to transfer the crude is believed to have been triggered by environmental concerns, as idled Floating Storage and Offshore (FSO) vessel, which is anchored in the Gulf of Paria off the coast of Venezuela, is estimated to be holding some 1.3 million barrels of crude oil.


  • The recent protests in the Chilean capital Santiago were marked by the devastation of two churches as the initially peaceful rallies that started on Sunday, 18 October, ended up being marred by violence, vandalism and looting. One of the churches, located close to Plaza Italia, got “burned to the ground as hooded protesters cheered”, while the second church, which also “sustained fire damage”, was looted, according to AFP. The place of worship that got “totally destroyed”, the Church of the Assumption, is reportedly known as “artists’ parish” and dated back to 1876.


  • An explosion has hit a petrochemical plant in the Iranian city of Bandar Mahshahr, causing a major fire, state media reported. Firefighters have already contained the fire, according to unconfirmed information. No casualties have been reported so far. Numerous incidents and explosions have occurred all over Iran since June, leaving dozens of people dead and injured. On 3 October, a blast killed a worker in an industrial zone in Iran’s central Isfahan province, IRNA reported. In early July, a major explosion hit the Natanz, Iran’s largest uranium enrichment facility. However, no casualties or leaks of radioactive materials from the facility were reported. Prior to the Natanz incident, another blast hit a medical facility on 30 June in Tehran that resulted in 19 deaths.


  • Russian President Vladimir Putin saying that he expected his presidency to end at some point. “The presidency will undoubtedly end at some point, I realise this perfectly”, Putin said at the Valdai Discussion Club. Speaking about the “reset” to the presidential terms, the Russian President stressed that the amendments to the Constitution that were highly discussed in the media are not aimed at giving the current head of state the right to be elected in 2024 or even later.


  • A newborn baby declared dead was found alive by funeral home employees after the infant spent six hours in a morgue refrigerator. The baby was born prematurely on October 21 after just 23 weeks of gestation at the General Hospital La Margarita in the city of Puebla, Mexico. Medical staff at the hospital told the parents that the baby had died and the child was sent to the morgue at 4 a.m. where he remained in refrigeration while the parents filled out paperwork and hired a funeral home to retrieve his body. When the funeral home’s driver arrived at 10 a.m., he noticed the child was crying and moving. Puebla Governor Luis Miguel Barbosa announced his intention to file criminal complaints against those responsible for erroneously declaring the child dead, commenting that if doctors do not have β€œthe emotional tranquility to care for such a child and cannot differentiate between whether he is alive or dead, they should ask for a vacation or quit working.”
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News Burst 24 October 2020 - Naked Hikers

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The management of Gunung Gede Pangrango National Park in West Java has planned to report Two Male Hikers to the police for allegedly taking nude photos of themselves within the park. The park’s spokesperson, Poppy Octadiyani, said the management had coordinated with the authorities to discuss the possibility of charging the two hikers under the Electronic Information and Transactions Law or the Pornography Law. “Their actions were against social and religious norms. They also violated the hiking standard operational procedures that forbid [hikers] from committing impolite, immoral or offensive acts [within the park grounds],” Poppy explained. “The location is considered sacred for West Java residents, especially in Cianjur. [The hikers] should apologize openly to West Java residents through their respective social media accounts.”

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Jeffrey Epstein was found dead, aged 66, in his cell on the morning of 11 August 2019. Attention automatically focused on his former cellmate Nicholas Tartaglione, 49, a retired New York police officer. Several newspapers highlighted the fact that Tartaglione – who was awaiting trial on murder charges – had been accused of strangling one of his victims with a zip tie. In February this year the Yonkers Times newspaper reported Tartaglione’s attorney, Bruce Barket, had filed a motion calling for an investigation to determine how the video tape from the cell had been erased and claimed it would have proved Tartaglione acted β€œappropriately” during a suicide attempt and had not harmed Epstein. Last November federal prosecutors – who incidently include Maurene Comey, the daughter of former FBI director James Comey – asked for Tartaglione’s trial to begin in September 2020 but, on 23 October 2020, there is no sign of him coming to trial any time soon.

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News Burst 24 October 2020 – Earthquakes

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News Burst 23 November 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 23 November 2020 – Live Feed

A British man who contracted malaria, dengue fever and Covid-19 while working for a charity in India is now battling to recover from a venomous cobra bite. After running the gauntlet of the infectious diseases, Ian Jones was bitten by the deadly snake in a village near Jodhpur in western India’s Rajasthan state.

News Burst 22 November 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 22 November 2020 – Live Feed

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s half-nephew was reportedly taken into CIA custody after disappearing three years ago at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport. Kim Han Sol disappeared in 2017 after arriving in the Netherlands from Taiwan. A new report from the New Yorker suggests that it was the CIA which effected the escape β€” and in whose custody Kim Han Sol and his family remain. Kim Han Sol is the son of Kim Jong Nam, the elder half-brother of Kim Jong Un. In 2017 Kim Jong Nam was poisoned in a Malaysian airport with a lethal nerve agent.

News Burst 21 November 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 21 November 2020 – Live Feed

Matthew Piercey, 44, a suspect in a $35 million Ponzi scheme, used a Yamaha Seascooter to evade FBI agents under the surface of Lake Shasta in Shasta County, California, after a high-speed car chase through the Redding area on Monday.

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