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  • Dr. Richard Ebright, a professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Rutgers University and laboratory director of the Waksman Institute of Microbiology, slammed the reportedly Bill Gates-funded Imperial College‘s research. Daily Mail reported that scientists in the university recently conducted risky experiments where they mutated COVID-19 strains. “This is insanity, both in terms of the redundancy and waste,” Ebright said. He argued such research presents a “risk of triggering a new pandemic wave upon accidental or deliberate release of the laboratory-generated viruses.”

 

  • Hundreds of workers at the Foxconn Technology Group plant, which makes Apple iPhones and which has been roiled by Covid-10, streamed out of dormitories in the early hours of Wednesday to confront security personnel and hazmat-suit wearing health workers. Wednesday’s clash was the latest case of anti-Covid protest in China where resentment over restrictions is boiling over even as authorities battle a country-wide outbreak, dampening economic recovery and slowing an exit from the country’s controversial “zero-Covid” strategy.

 

  • King Charles XII of Sweden died during the Great Nordic War in 1718, but the circumstances of his death during an unsuccessful campaign in Norway have long sparked debates. A popular speculation is that he was shot by fellow Swedes who had tired of his warlike spirit and decades-long foreign exploits ranging from Denmark and Poland to the Baltic States and Russia. Three different autopsies (in 1746, 1859 and 1917) have been carried out on the king’s remains, but failed to come any closer to whose bullet killed him. However, now researchers at the University of Oulu, Finland appear to have solved the riddle, ruling out the assassination story. Their investigations indicated that the king’s death in Fredrikshald, Norway was unlikely to have been caused by a musket ball of lead, which would have left traces and resulted in a smaller wound.

 

  • Europe has found itself amid a new refugee crisis, which, some argue, is worse than that of 2015, when 1.3 million asylum seekers from Middle Eastern war zones arrived. More than 7.8 million Ukrainian refugees have been recorded across Europe, with 4.7 million registered for temporary protection schemes, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). This comes in addition to over 365,000 first-time asylum applicants, most of whom are fleeing war-torn Syria and Afghanistan. What’s more, refugee figures for 2022 could reach up to 9.6 million under the recently recalibrated Refugee Response Plan.

 

  • Rajasthan’s state police claim to have solved an unusual double murder mystery after a couple was found dead in a forest in Udaipur last week. The police investigation found that a well-known occultist (Tantrik) in the area, Bhavesh Kumar, was behind the murder of Rahul Meena, a 30-year-old teacher, and his wife, Sonu Kunwar, 28. According to the police, that the 52-year-old occultist decided to kill them. He brought 50 packets of superglue and called Meena and Kumar to the Kela Bawdi forest area in Udaipur district on November 18. Bhavesh Kumar then poured the superglue on them, and as they tried to get rid of the glue, they hurt themselves.

 

  • “Russia has every reason to believe that components of biological weapons have been developed in the immediate vicinity of Russian borders. In particular, we have observed the US and its allies conducting biological warfare research beyond their national borders, including on our neighbors’ territory,” Sergei Ryabkov told reporters in Moscow. Russia finds it “unacceptable,” he added, that foreign military officials working in countries bordering Russia have been sampling human pathogens and exporting national collections of infectious diseases, including extremely dangerous and vaccine-resistant strains. The senior Russian diplomat spoke at a briefing ahead of the 9th Review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention, which will take place in Switzerland from November 28 to December 16. The convention prohibits the development, production and stockpiling of biological and toxin weapons, and advocates their destruction.

 

  • For Iranians, this World Cup is about more than football. Iran’s players made a powerful statement. In what seemed to be a show of solidarity with those protesting back home, the players stood silent as the Iranian national anthem played out around the Khalifa International Stadium before kickoff on Monday. Protests, chaos and violence have rocked Iran in recent months and threatened the very nature of the country’s regime, which has been in power for more than 40 years. The protests, referred to by experts as the most significant since the establishment of clerical rule following the 1979 Iranian Revolution, were sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman who died after being detained by Iran’s morality police, allegedly for not abiding by the country’s conservative dress code.

 

  • Before the tournament began, Iran’s manager Carlos Queiroz said players would be allowed to protest while they competed in Qatar. The silent show of respect on Monday was met with a loud reaction from the Iranian fans, many of whom cheered throughout.

 

  • British parliamentary authorities are set to spend part of their £13 billion refurbishment budget on ‘gender-neutral’ toilets. Documents leaked to a British daily newspaper reveal that the two Diversity and Inclusion teams for the House of Commons and House of Lords had ruled that new buildings on the parliamentary estate must have at least “70 percent gender-neutral toilets with a 30 percent split between either male and female facilities.” The unisex conveniences were needed so that “all staff can be their authentic selves at work, regardless of their gender identity or gender expression,” the two committees insisted.

 

  • A police prosecutor told court that rats “have no fear of the police” and that authorities lack the expertise necessary to deal with the rodent problem. Voracious rats have been blamed for the apparent loss of tens of kilograms of cannabis stored in a police lockup in the Indian state of Uttar Prades. Authorities made the statement after being asked by court to present over 500 kilograms of the narcotic substance that was seized by authorities in two separate cases and stored in the warehouses of Shergarh and Highway police station as evidence. In one case, the police said that some 195 kilograms of marijuana they seized got “destroyed” by rats, while in another, a police report stated that some of the 386 kilograms of the confiscated drug was eaten by rodents.

 

  • The recent tensions in relations between North Korea and South Korea elicited yet another colorful verbal outburst from Kim Yo-jong, Deputy Department Director of the Worker’s Party of Korea’s Central Committee and sister of the North Korean head of state Kin Jong-un. While the words Kim used in her statement may appear harsh to an outside observer, they would hardly surprise anybody familiar with her track record. “Every time I see the south Korean stooges behave, I feel dumbfounded,” she said. “They are no more than a stray dog gnawing at a bone given by the United States,” Kim stated.

 

  • Women have been banned from entering India’s Jama Masjid mosque unless they’re accompanied by a man, a mosque spokesperson revealed on Thursday. “Jama Masjid is a place of worship, and people are welcome. But girls/women coming alone and waiting for their dates… this is not what this place is meant for. The restriction is on that,” Shahi Imam Syed Ahmed Bukhari told Indian media in a clarification.

 

  • A team of astronomers led by Ioannis Liodakis from the University of Turku has managed to gain new insight into the nature of blazars – active galactic nuclei that emit jets of magnetized plasma pointing nearly towards the observer. Using the Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) – a space observatory that is a joint venture between NASA and the Italian Space Agency – Liodakis and his colleagues took a closer look at a blazar called Markarian 501 located over 300 million light years away. With the help of the IXPE, researchers managed to take a closer look at how particles in these plasma jets, which are “known to be ultimately powered by a supermassive black hole”, become “accelerated to such high energies.” In their paper published in the Nature journal, the researchers say their findings point toward “a shock front as the source of particle acceleration” and suggest that “the plasma becomes increasingly turbulent with distance from the shock”.
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