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  • Russian state media has underscored that “partners and geopolitical rivals alike have joined the chorus expressing horror in the wake of the Crocus City Hall attack.” This has somewhat surprisingly included a statement of solidarity from Washington, as the death toll has has risen to 137 killed. “The United States strongly condemns yesterday’s deadly terrorist attack in Moscow,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a Saturday statement. “We condemn terrorism in all its forms and stand in solidarity with the people of Russia in grieving the loss of life from this horrific event.”


  • The US has dismantled its counterterrorism cooperation with Moscow, Russian Ambassador in Washington DC Anatoly Antonov has claimed. The diplomat added that joint work in this fieLd had been among the key aspects of the partnership between the two nations. The official’s remark came shortly after several gunmen staged one of the deadliest terrorist attacks in Russia’s modern history, unleashing a shooting spree at the Crocus City concert hall just outside of Moscow on Friday evening. Earlier this month, the US embassy in Moscow warned its citizens against attending large gatherings due to an imminent threat of a terrorist attack in the Russian capital.


  • NATO spokesperson Farah Dakhlallah saying on X that the Western military alliance “unequivocally condemn the attacks targeting concertgoers in Moscow.” “Our deepest condolences to the victims and their families,” she said, adding that “nothing can justify such heinous crimes.” Pope Francis too has offered special prayers for victims on Sunday. But still Western officials hit back at President Putin’s attempts to link the terror attack, which ISIS-K has reportedly taken responsibility for, to Ukraine. Both the president and Kremlin officials have alleged the gunmen were trying to escape through Ukraine territory, utilizing a ‘window’ of support from across the border.


  • The Israeli government has designated nearly 2,000 acres in the West Bank as state-owned land, in a move described by rights groups as the biggest land grab on occupied Palestinian territories in decades. The expansion of Jewish settlements in the West Bank is illegal under international law. In 2016, the UN Security Council described them as “a major obstacle to the vision of two States living side-by-side in peace and security.” Nevertheless, Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich argued that the declaration of state-owned land in the Jordan Valley on Friday was “an important and strategic issue.”


  • “Don’t underestimate Joe’s ability to f**k things up.” -Barack Obama – With less than eight months before the 2024 election, the Biden re-election campaign is in big trouble. Not only is Biden lagging in the polls vs. Donald Trump, the border crisis he created by shredding all of Trump’s Executive Orders on immigration has resulted in 10 million illegals flooding into the United States – which has left even Democrats livid. What’s more, Biden is quickly losing the support of young Americans, and the latino vote. Things are so bad that TIME magazine has just devoted 3,700 words to let us know that Barack Obama ‘warned’ the Biden campaign last June that defeating Trump would be harder in 2024 (because no pandemic or hoax dossier to set him up?). Six months later, Obama ‘saw few signs of improvement.’ ~ Tyler Durden


  • Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife MacKenzie Scott, the third-wealthiest woman in the US, has awarded $640 million in new charitable donations, including assisting migrants who commit crimes and promoting transgender biological males who compete against women, the NY Post reports.


  • At the COP28 climate summit at the end of last year, the United States and 21 other countries pledged to triple nuclear energy capacities by 2050. Most Western governments – with the notable exception of Germany – are now betting on nuclear power to help them with the carbon emission targets. The West has seen in recent years several cautionary tales of huge delays and cost overruns in looking to boost nuclear capacity. Western nations may be getting ahead of themselves in their ambition to swiftly roll out new nuclear power capacity in the current push to reduce dependence on Russian uranium and meet net-zero targets with more nuclear-generated electricity. ~ Tsvetana Paraskova


  • The grind of heavy machinery breaks the silence of the Darién jungle, where the Pan American Highway ends at Yaviza in Panama. Construction workers have cleared towering trees to make way for a steel and concrete bridge mighty enough to withstand flooding from the Chucunaque River. An onsite worker for the construction company Cusa told The Epoch Times the construction project will cut 4 miles into the Darién jungle at a cost of $42 million and includes a second bridge crossing the Tuira River. If it’s ever completed, the Pan American Highway will stretch about 18,000 miles from Alaska to Argentina, opening up a land corridor the length of the Americas. Michael Yon, a former war correspondent, has been covering mass migration through Panama for several years and has used social media to bring attention to the bridge’s construction and its implications. China would benefit through an alternate trade route around the Panama Canal, which is essential to global trade. But for the United States, it could open the floodgates to migrants from South America, he told the Epoch Times. ~ The Epoch Times


  • Spain’s national court has ordered internet service providers to suspend use of instant messaging service Telegram, pending an investigation into allegations of copyright infringement. According to local media, Judge Santiago Pedraz has requested some information from Telegram’s owners as part of the investigation. Since the request was not met, he ordered access to the app to be blocked starting Monday. The judge described the measure as “precautionary” and cited Telegram’s lack of cooperation. The suspension is expected to last throughout the investigation. The newspaper El Pais says Telegram remains largely accessible in Spain, although some users began reporting problems with the service on Friday evening. The ruling was met with widespread criticism. Consumer rights watchdog FACUA called it ” absolutely disproportionate” and said blocking the popular service would cause “enormous harm”. ~ swentr.site


  • Nigerian authorities have announced the release of over 100 children and school staff kidnapped on March 7 in Kaduna State, in the north of the country. It was the biggest kidnapping targeting a school in Nigeria since July 2021. With numerous criminal gangs and terrorist groups active across the Western African nation, Nigeria has for years been plagued by such abductions, which have often focused on schoolchildren. This month alone, at least two other kidnappings have taken place in the country, involving more than 200 people, mostly women and children. Criminals in such cases usually demand a ransom in exchange for the hostages’ release. The harrowing trend began in 2014, when Islamist extremists from Boko Haram abducted hundreds of schoolgirls in Chibok village, Borno State.


  • New Delhi on Saturday lodged a strong protest against Berlin over “blatant interference” in India’s internal affairs, delivering a rebuke to a senior German diplomat. The deputy head of the German Embassy, Georg Enzweiler was summoned to the Indian foreign ministry a day after the EU state commented on Thursday’s arrest of Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi and a vocal critic of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). “We see such remarks as interfering in our judicial process and undermining the independence of our judiciary,” India’s Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement on Saturday. “India is a vibrant and robust democracy with rule of law. As in all legal cases in the country, and elsewhere in the democratic world, law will take its own course in the instant matter,” it added. The German Foreign Ministry on Friday said it had taken note of Kejriwal’s arrest and expected that standards relating to “independence of judiciary and basic democratic principles” would be applied to his case.


  • The UN General Assembly on Thursday unanimously adopted the first global AI-related resolution aimed at promoting and safeguarding human rights in the context of digital technologies. Proposed by the US and co-sponsored by more than 120 countries, the non-binding resolution was endorsed by all 193 UN member nations. According to a statement on the UN website, it establishes the principles of development and the use of “safe, secure and trustworthy” AI systems. ”The improper or malicious design, development, deployment and use of artificial intelligence systems … pose risks that could … undercut the protection, promotion and enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms,” the statement reads. The UNGA pointed to the “varying levels” of technological development among and within countries, noting that developing nations face certain challenges in keeping up with the rapid pace of innovation.


  • On March 24, 1999, Western nations started bombing the city of Belgrade, the capital of Yugoslavia, under the far-fetched pretext of “protecting” Kosovars. Despite the NATO bloc not having any mandate from the United Nations, Western countries saw no problem in carrying out the bombing. Czech leader Vaclav Havel – who recently dragged his nation into NATO despite negative public opinion – coined the term of “humanitarian intervention” and penned an article where he justified Western aggression against the sovereign European state. “The air attacks, the bombs, are not caused by a material interest. Their character is exclusively humanitarian: What is at stake here are the principles, human rights which have priority above state sovereignty,” Havel wrote. In reality, the bombing of Yugoslavia caused a humanitarian catastrophe with over one thousand killed and national infrastructure being damaged. The list of destroyed “military objects” included hospitals, schools and kindergartens. Yugoslavia collapsed as a nation into several states and the Balkans became a foothold for NATO forces.


  • European politicians are doing their best to continue ratcheting up tensions with Moscow, with French President Emmanuel Macron reiterating that he may send thousands of troops to Ukraine, Baltic politicians allying with Paris on the issue, and Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski saying it’s an “open secret” that NATO soldiers are already in the country. British and German media have done their part to add fuel the hysteria, citing a recent briefing to Bundestag lawmakers on purported plans by Russia to kick off a “full-scale ‘land, sea and air’ war” with NATO. “We hear threats from the Kremlin almost every day…so we have to take into account that Vladimir Putin might even attack a NATO country one day,” German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius warned in an interview earlier this year.


  • Controversial paper claims satellite ‘megaconstellations’ like SpaceX’s could weaken Earth’s magnetic field and cause ‘atmospheric stripping.’ A theoretical new paper argues that atmospheric metal pollution from falling space junk could create an invisible conductive shield around our planet that might weaken our magnetosphere. In the worst-case scenario, the unchecked expansion of commercial satellite “megaconstellations” orbiting Earth, such as SpaceX’s Starlink network, may generate enough magnetic dust to cut our planet’s protective shield in half, potentially leading to satellite disasters and “atmospheric stripping.” But is this outcome really likely? Other researchers are skeptical of the paper’s claims, though they all agree on one thing: there’s an urgent need to quantify the scale of the problem. Private satellites currently in orbit are a rapidly growing headache for astronomers due to their tendency to photobomb cosmic images and interfere with radio telescopes, as well as the increased risk of collisions with other spacecraft. But the real threat they pose may be what happens to them when they die. When spacecraft end their missions, most are deorbited and burned up in Earth’s atmosphere to minimize the amount of space junk circling our planet. However, as they fall apart in flames, the dying spacecraft litter our upper atmosphere with vaporized metal pollution.

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Welcome to 2024! There are plenty of events stargazers can add to their calendars.

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News Burst 11 April 2024 The Chechen Ministry of Culture announced the ban on its website last week, by the order of Culture Minister Musa Dadayev and with the agreement of Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov. "Musical, vocal and choreographic" works will be limited to a...

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News Burst 10 April 2024 The government in Kiev has designated several circus troupes as enterprises of critical importance, whose employees will be exempt from mobilization, two lawmakers confirmed on Monday. The Traveling Circus of Ukraine and five other troupes...

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News Burst 9 April 2024 [Coincidences?] The solar eclipse is not an isolated natural phenomenon that occurs on April 8, 2024. NASA and the renowned CERN “God Particle” institute have chosen April 8 as the day to conduct some unique scientific experiments. Why is CERN...

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News Burst 8 April 2024 Explosion on Etna: a cloud of ash 5 kilometers high emitted from the Bocca Nuova crater. A strong emission of ash from the Bocca Nuova crater of the Etna volcano was observed by the INGV of Catania at 3.48pm. The phenomenon lasted about four...

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News Burst 7 April 2024 Tiny amount of radioactive iodine measured in Tromsø. The Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (DSA) underlines that the levels of Iodine-131 measured pose no harm to humans nor the environment. The measurement was seen when the...

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News Burst 6 April 2024 ​President Donald Trump's golf club in New Jersey was hit by the 4.8 magnitude earthquake that rattled the tristate area on Friday. A map of the impact puts the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster at the epicenter of the quake. The U.S....

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