News Burst 25 November 2019
News Burst 25 November 2019. By Disclosure News.
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News Burst 25 November 2019
- A hotel in Japan is making headlines for offering a $1 per night stay (std rate $27), but there’s a big catch, guests must agree to allow their every moment in the room to be live streamed to the world, as long as they don’t have sex.
- Egypt on Saturday unveiled a cache of 75 wooden and bronze statues and five lion cub mummies decorated with hieroglyphics at the Saqqara necropolis near the Giza pyramids in Cairo.
- ‘I’m running to defeat Donald Trump’: Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg officially enters 2020 presidential race.
- Secretary of Defense Mark Esper asked Navy Secretary Richard Spencer to resign on Sunday after the Pentagon chief lost confidence in how Spencer handled the case of a Navy SEAL accused of war crimes in Iraq, according to the Pentagon.
- Elon Musk claims there’s already 187,000 “orders” for Tesla’s Cybertruck.
- Sixty people were arrested and four children were recovered in Georgia during an FBI-led operation that focused on child sex trafficking, the agency announced Wednesday morning.
- A string of weather fronts have brought thunder and lightning, heavy rain and even some mountain snow to Hawaii. A decent dusting of snow capped both Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa.
- Boler Mountain, Ontario – Canada’s most southerly alpine ski area – opened its slopes to skiers and snowboarders on Saturday, Nov 23.
- Bolivia’s parliament approves bill on snap presidential election. Now the document will be sent to interim president Jeanine Anez for signature.
- Weekly Asteroid: NASA has officially registered a “near-Earth object” bound to make a “close approach” to our planet at a distance around 13 times farther from Earth than the Moon. It will return close to Earth again on Nov. 2026.
- The story of the ‘incident’ in the South China Sea was likely a hoax.
- No black T-shirts or masks in sight as protesters go out to vote in HKG.
- Pro-Beijing camp licks wounds after hammering in Hong Kong district council elections. Shock defeats for Junius Ho, Michael Tien and Holden Chow, while Starry Lee holds on against ‘Long Hair’.
- Korean singer Goo Hara, 28, has been found dead at her home in Seoul, police said on Sunday evening. They are still investigating the cause of her death.
- British Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised on Sunday “to get Brexit done”.
- Tropical Cyclone Rita 56kt — NE of Vanuatu
- Tropical Storm Sebastien 56 kts ↑, 994hPa ↓ – Central Atlantic
Strongest EQ in Europe M3.7 Geece
Strongest EQ in US M6.3 Alaska
Strongest EQ on the Planet M6.1 Indonesia
Deepest EQ M3.5 193 km Nicaragua
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