News Burst 25 July 2021
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- The Algerian embassy in Paris said on Friday that it had filed a defamation complaint on behalf of the government of Algeria against Reporters Without Borders (RSF) over allegations that it used the Pegasus software for illicit spying.
- The UK government’s new piece of legislation is directly threatening investigative journalists and equating reporters with spies, warn General Secretary of the National Union of Journalists Michelle Stanistreet, independent media reporter Gordon Dimmack and Dr Ellis Cashmore, a British media analyst and independent commentator. “Government proposals to reform the Official Secrets Act are truly chilling and authoritarian. They could brand journalists spies, just for doing their job, and land them with 14-year jail sentences”.
- A Romanian people trafficker who was convicted in connection with the deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants who died of suffocation and heat exhaustion while being smuggled into Britain in 2019 has been ordered to pay compensation of £3,000. On Friday, 23 July, Hanga appeared by video link at the Old Bailey in London where prosecutor Jonathan Polnay explained an agreement which had been reached with his defence counsel. Mr Polnay said it had been assessed that Hanga made £83,552 from his role in the people trafficking operation but he only had £3,000 left.
- Tory party sources told the MailOnline on Thursday that proof of double-jabbed vaccination status would be required for entry to the event at the Manchester Central Convention Complex. Workington MP Mark Jenkinson was the first to declare he would not attend if “we’re excluding people on the basis of their vaccination status,” swiftly followed by Steve Baker, MP for Wycombe and deputy chairman of the 70-strong backbench COVID Recovery Group. Tory peer Lady Helena Morrissey also followed suit.
- The Catholic Archbishop of San Francisco, California, has blasted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s recent support for repealing the Hyde Amendment, implying that she is not the “devout Catholic” she claims to be, the Catholic News Agency has reported. Whistleblower Daniel Hale recently revealed that it was his own gnawing guilty conscience that prompted him to disclose classified information about the US’ lethal drone operations to a journalist. In an 11-page handwritten letter to US District Judge Liam O’Grady, Hale outlines the effects his military service had on him while also detailing the events that eventually led him to reach out to a trusted reporter and leak classified intelligence. “It is more accurate to say that [military service] irreversibly transformed my identity as an American. Having forever altered the thread of my life’s story, weaved into the fabric of our nation’s history,” Hale writes before going on to detail his deployment in 2012 to Afghanistan.
- While Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said his Tuesday spaceflight was the “best day ever”, the monumental moment came alongside an unexpected order from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on new requirements for the Commercial Space Astronaut Wings Program. Previously, an individual qualified for their Commercial Space Astronaut Wings if they “demonstrate flight beyond 50 statute miles above the surface of the Earth as flight crew on an FAA-licensed or permitted launch reentry vehicle.” Per the order, effective July 20, the recipient will also be required to demonstrate “activities during flight that were essential to public safety” or contribute “to human space flight safety.” While the Blue Origin launch satisfied the FAA’s altitude requirement, the capsule was fully automated, leaving no tasks for the passengers.
- Republican members of the House Oversight Committee have penned a letter to the Surgeon General, demanding he hand over all documents and communications related to the “Biden Administration’s efforts to censor medical information and opinions on social media. The recurring themes: censorship and division,” House Oversight Republicans wrote. “You suggest American families are lying to each other, children should censor their classmates, journalists be the gatekeepers of fact and censor views that do not conform with the latest in elite consensus, and Big Tech be the arbiter of credibility and suppress debate and discussion.”
- On 19 July, Raj Kundra – husband of Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty – was arrested after he was named a “key conspirator” in a porn racket case. In February 2021, more than nine people, including artists, casting agents, and cameramen, were arrested for allegedly luring aspiring actresses and making pornographic content for the HotShots adult app. In the investigation surrounding the arrest of businessman Raj Kundra in connection with a porn racket, the Mumbai Crime Branch on Friday revealed to Bombay High Court that they have evidence that Kundra was in talks about a deal to sell 121 pornographic videos for $1.2 million. According to Indian newswire ANI, police told the Court that they suspect that money earnt from pornography by Kundra was used for online betting. “This is why transactions between Raj Kundra’s Yes bank account and United Bank of Africa account need to be investigated,” Mumbai Police said to the court.
- Thousands of anti-lockdown activists marched through major Australian cities on Saturday, following an extension of CVD restrictions. Protesters chanted “Freedom” as they descended on downtown Sydney without wearing masks.
- Last year, the Indian government blacklisted 267 Chinese apps after intelligence reports suggested they posed a threat to the sovereignty, integrity, and security of the nation. At the time, Beijing expressed major disappointment and concern over the ban. The Delhi High Court on Friday issued a notice to e-commerce giant Amazon India and the Indian government on a plea seeking a ban on the proposed sale on the former’s website of products belonging to the Chinese apparel brand Shein. Shein, a Chinese online retail brand for women’s clothing and accessories, is on a list of Chinese brands that were banned by the Indian government last year.
- German TV reporter Susanna Ohlen has been fired after being caught smearing herself with mud and pretending she assisted with the clean-up operations after the devastating floods that hit the European country last week. The videos show the RTL journalist as she smudged herself with mud before filming the report, which was later published on the broadcaster’s website, titled “Cleaning up after the flood: RTL presenter lends a hand in Bad Munstereifel”. After the scandal erupted, the outlet removed the article.
- Human remains found on the northeast coast of Papa Westray on the Orkney archipelago back in 2015, have been linked to a broader Norse-era burial tradition, as a rare Viking boat burial and a second grave of a man furnished with arms, including a sword, were found at the site. Given the similarities to other burials from the same era, the 10th-century burials may be those of first-generation Viking settlers on Orkney.
- An Iranian destroyer and a huge support vessel were sighted cruising through the Baltic Sea on Thursday, apparently, en route to Russia for a military parade that will be held on July 25, the Danish Defense Ministry announced. The Royal Danish Air Force photographed the new Iranian destroyer Sahand and the intelligence-gathering vessel Makran traveling near the Danish island of Bornholm. The seven covered vessels remained atop the Makran, according to Danish military photos. The Arab News reported that the Makran’s fast-attack craft are similar to those used by the Coast Guard in engagements with US warships in the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz.
- The work of US non-governmental organisation Proekt Media is officially declared as “undesirable” in Russia, the Russian Justice Ministry said on Friday. Earlier in July, the Russian Prosecutor General’s Office recognised the work of Proekt Media in Russia as undesirable. In February, the RT broadcaster published own investigation saying that Proekt, which positions itself as independent, received funds in the form of grants from European and US authorities.
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A South Korean TV station has issued an apology after using “inappropriate” graphics to represent nations at the Tokyo Olympics, including a photo of riots for Haiti and the deadly Chernobyl meltdown for Ukraine, baffling viewers.
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