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  • Beijing’s ambassador to France said legal status of Ukraine and other former Soviet republics is ‘not concrete’. He questioned sovereignty of Ukraine and other former Soviet republics, suggesting that their nebulous status under international law makes conflict resolution over disputed territories such as Crimea difficult. “These countries of the former Soviet Union also have no effective status in international law because there is no international agreement to give concrete form to their status as a sovereign country ,” Ambassador Lu Shaye said on Saturday in an interview with French broadcaster LCI.

 

  • A secretive startup by the name of Humane, over the past few years, has been drip-feeding mission statements and marketing lingo that hint towards a consumer product that will “reshape the role of technology in our lives.” Last night, the company unveiled said product at a TED Talk. At the live conference, Humane founder Imran Chaudhri unveiled a pocketable projector that stemmed out from his shirt, as screen recorded by journalist Zarif Ali. The device, which was smaller than a traditional smartphone, had an array of cameras and sensors at the top that could project visual interfaces onto hands, tabletops, or really any surface. Chaudhri also demoed the wearable’s voice translator which converted his English into French while using an AI-generated voice to retain his tone and timbre, as reported by designer Michael Mofina, who watched the recorded TED Talk before it was taken down. The team behind it includes Chaudhri, a former Director of Design at Apple, and Bethany Bongiorno, also from Apple and was heavily involved in the software management of iOS and MacOS. To date, Humane has raised over $230 million in funding from investors including OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, and Microsoft, as reported by TechCrunch.

 

  • The Bank of Indonesia will launch its domestic card payment system in May as part of a strategy to reduce dependency on foreign systems and protect transactions from geopolitical fallout. Central bank Governor Perry Warjiyo reportedly said the country is officially launching physical domestic cards “in close cooperation with the government and the Indonesian Credit Card Association (AKKI).” In March, the regulator announced it was preparing to phase out Visa and Mastercard as it seeks more autonomy over its payment infrastructure by minimizing the role of foreign payment providers.

 

  • The second deepest blue hole in the world has been discovered off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. The giant, underwater cavern, located in Chetumal Bay, is around 900 feet (274 meters) deep and spans an area of 147,000 square feet (13,660 square meters). That’s just shy of the record set by the world’s deepest known blue hole — the Dragon Hole in the South China Sea — which was discovered in 2016 and is thought to be more than 980 feet (300 m) deep. Blue holes are large, undersea vertical caves or sinkholes found in coastal regions. Many contain a high diversity of plant and marine life, including corals, sea turtles and sharks. The one in Chetumal, named Taam Ja’ which means “deep water” in Mayan, has steep sides with slopes of almost 80 degrees, and the mouth of the cavern sits around 15 feet (4.6 m) below sea level.

 

  • The Swiss government earlier approved a hefty bailout plan to allow the acquisition of the Credit Suisse lender by the rival UBS. Credit Suisse has announced that it had lost some 67 billion Swiss francs (about $75 billion) in deposits in the first three months of the year. Credit Suisse had been hit by scandals and compliance failures over the past few years, which wiped out its profit and led to the bank losing clients. In 2022, the media leak dubbed “Suisse Secrets” contained info that one of the world’s most iconic private banks managed accounts for human rights abusers, fraudsters, and businessmen who were placed under sanctions.

 

  • The Washington Post cited unnamed Ukrainian officials as acknowledging that Washington has the final say in at least some of Kiev’s military operations. The Post alleged on Monday, citing leaked Pentagon documents, that the head of Ukraine’s military intelligence directorate (HUR), Kirill Budanov, had instructed subordinates to “get ready for mass strikes on 24 February” on several Russian cities. According to the Post, the CIA issued a classified report on February 22 stating that the Ukrainian intelligence agency “had agreed, at Washington’s request, to postpone strikes.”

 

  • Rare white dolphin spotted near South Africa. A boat captain saw the baby white bottlenose dolphin swimming with a pod in Algoa Bay, photos show. He identified the animal as albino.

 

  • US presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr has pledged to wind down American military interventionism abroad if he is elected to the White House in 2024. Kennedy, who is the son of Robert F. Kennedy and the nephew of former President John F. Kennedy, confirmed his candidacy for the Democratic nomination at a campaign rally in Boston last week, placing him in competition with current US leader Joe Biden. Also known for being a prominent anti-vaccine activist, the 69-year-old lawyer has acknowledged that he is not an “ideal” candidate given his often-controversial brand of discourse. Chief among Kennedy’s campaign proposals, as noted in a six-point plan published on his official website, would be drawing a line through US military interventionism abroad and “start[ing] the process of unwinding [an] empire.”

 

  • Chilean President Gabriel Boric has announced that the nation’s vast lithium industry will be brought under government control in an effort to boost the economy and protect the environment. Future lithium contracts will only be issued as public-private partnerships with state control, Boric explained last week, noting the government would not terminate current contracts, but that companies should be open to state participation before their contracts expire. Chile holds the world’s largest lithium reserves and is the second largest producer of the metal globally.

 

  • Garrett Ziegler, a former aide to ex-US president Donald Trump, and Steve Gill, attorney and CEO of Gill Media, told how the “Biden crime family” is trying to cover its tracks. The Biden administration is blocking probes into their corruption and waging “lawfare” against those exposing it, two commentators have said. Social media giants blocked any attempt to share links to the New York Post’s reporting of the ‘laptop from hell’ just a month before the November 2020 election. Steve Gill explained how Biden’s Attorney General Merrick Garland was also implicated in obstructing investigations into Hunter Biden’s activities in Ukraine and beyond.

 

  • Taiwan’s military is to begin preparing a group of female military veterans to undergo five-to-seven days of reservist training next month, the CNA news agency reported on Monday, citing anonymous sources within Taipei’s armed forces. Taipei’s Ministry of National Defense (MND) said in January that it was to change its policy of training only male reservists but has made no indication as to whether this was due to an increased risk of conflict with Beijing. It did say, however, that all reservists should have similar levels of experience regardless of gender, according to CNA.

 

  • US President Joe Biden doesn’t seem interested in complicated analysis from the intelligence community, including information on the Nord Stream sabotage, American investigative journalist Seymour Hersh has said. “There are people [in US intelligence agencies] that do analysis and write complicated foreign policy studies. It’s an intellectual game.” Hersh reported earlier this year that Nord Stream, which had supplied oil from Russia to Germany, had been sabotaged in a joint US-Norwegian operation ordered by Joe Biden last September. Both nations deny the allegation.

 

  • Elon Musk has claimed he has donated $100 million to support Ukraine in its conflict with Russia. The South African billionaire made the claim during an argument on social media with US author Stephen King on Sunday. Last year, the SpaceX, Tesla and Twitter CEO oversaw the introduction of the Starlink telecommunications system in Ukraine, which is regarded as crucial by Kiev’s armed forces. “I’ve donated $100m to Ukraine, how much have you donated?” Musk asked King in a tweet on Sunday after the author suggested that the billionaire should donate a portion of the proceeds from the social media platform’s new paid-verification model to Kiev.

 

  • An ethereal whirlpool of light recently appeared in the night sky above Alaska. The luminous vortex was just the latest example of what astronomers have nicknamed “SpaceX spirals,” which are becoming an increasingly common sight for stargazers across the globe. These spirals form when rocket fuel, which is ejected from the fast-spinning upper stages of Falcon 9 rockets, gets frozen in space. These frozen swirls then reflect sunlight back towards Earth, which makes them visible to stunned onlookers on the ground. The spiral was spotted in the sky above Alaska on April 15 at around midnight local time, while vibrant green Northern Lights were already dancing across the night sky, Spaceweather.com reported. The strange whirlpool was was filmed by cameras at the University of Alaska’s Poker Flat Research Range near Fairbanks.

 

  • A Japanese company will attempt the first successful private landing on the moon, and you can watch the whole thing live. Should Hakuto-R make it, the lander will be the first privately operated spacecraft to land safely on the moon. Ispace plans to place the Hakuto-R lander on the moon on Tuesday (April 25) at 12:40 p.m. EDT (1640 GMT). The primary landing site is Atlas Crater, located at the southeastern outer edge of Mare Frigoris (“Sea of Cold”), according to earlier statements(opens in new tab) from the company.
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News Burst 23 April 2024 The first flights deporting asylum seekers from the United Kingdom (UK) to Rwanda will take off in 10 to 12 weeks. UK prime minister Rishi Sunak says the UK government has already prepared an airfield and secured charter plane slots to ensure...

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News Burst 22 April 2024 [Let's Prepare The European Elections] Various exponents of the Italian Democratic Party among the beneficiaries of the economic contributions of 'Agenda', the female non-profit founded in 2022 by the American environmentalist and by Barack...

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News Burst 21 April 2024 France is growing poorer through continued financial and military support of Ukraine, The Patriots party leader Florian Philippot warned on Saturday, challenging the French prime minister's refusal to advocate for peace. "This stubborn refusal...

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News Burst 20 April 2024 The disputed documentary by RSI Swiss Radio and Television on the risk of bradyseism at the Campi Flegrei has - no one knows why - disappeared from the internet. The documentary broadcast by the Swiss TV showed a devastating scenario in the...

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News Burst 19 April 2024 In Greece, a new report has stated that the population decline in the country has reached alarming levels, and it could become the world’s first country to suffer “population collapse”. The report claims that heart failure, stroke, blood clots...

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News Burst 18 April 2024 Rishi Sunak’s tobacco and vapes bill aims to create the UK’s first smoke-free generation, in a landmark public health intervention. The tobacco and vapes bill ensures anyone turning 15 from 2024, or younger, will be banned from buying...

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