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  • The White House is “annoyed” by French President Emmanuel Macron’s unilateral attempt to initiate diplomatic negotiations on the Russia-Ukraine conflict with mediation by China, sources have told Bloomberg. According to people familiar with the US government’s thinking on the issue, the recent move by the French leader “hasn’t gone down well in Washington,” the agency reported on Sunday. The sources claimed that “the White House was annoyed by what they see as Macron freelancing on a delicate diplomatic issue without consulting with allies.”

 

  • The World Health Organization (WHO) warned of a potential biological hazard in Sudan on Tuesday, describing an armed faction’s seizure of a laboratory holding samples of pathogens including polio and measles as an “extremely dangerous” situation. “There is a huge biological risk associated with the occupation of the central public health lab… by one of the fighting parties,” Nima Saeed Abid, WHO representative in Sudan, told reporters in Geneva via video link. He said technicians have been thrown out with “no accessibility” to the lab, and no way to “safely contain the biological material and substances available.” The country’s capital, Khartoum, and nearby towns have been gripped by nearly two weeks of intense bombardment, causing severe food, water, medicine, and fuel shortages.

 

  • Dozens of bodies have been discovered on the property of a Kenyan religious group which authorities have labeled a “cult.” The leader of the small sect has been arrested, accused of encouraging followers to starve themselves to death in order to “meet Jesus.” The death toll reached 73 on Monday after 26 additional bodies were unearthed, as police continue to search the grounds of the Good News International Church, a small sect located on a remote stretch of land near the city of Malindi, Kenya.

 

  • After spending two decades on loan to the Memphis Zoo as a tool of Beijing’s so-called ‘panda diplomacy’ efforts, Ya Ya – a 22-year-old female giant panda – will be returned to China amid a hail of concern from animal rights and welfare groups over her health. The US zoo denies claims of poor animal care. Xinhua News Agency reported on Tuesday that Ya Ya “will return to China within the next few days,” citing sources within the country’s National Forestry and Grassland Administration. The decision comes amid outcry from animal welfare watchdog groups In Defense of Animals and Panda Voices, which had issued calls for Ya Ya to be returned home “before her health worsens.”

 

  • Ukraine has no guarantees of success with a counteroffensive against Russia, despite receiving Western weapons, training, and intelligence support, the New York Times has reported. An underwhelming outcome would likely prompt Kiev’s backers to press it to negotiate for peace, the newspaper predicted. According to classified documents shared as part of the Pentagon leaks, Ukraine is planning to use 12 combat brigades of about 4,000 troops each in its renewed campaign against Russian forces. The US and its allies have helped train nine of those units, with soldiers being taught to use Western-provided equipment and receiving tactical advice at American military facilities in Germany.

 

  • US President Joe Biden’s administration is “quietly preparing for the possibility” that Ukraine’s much-heralded offensive doesn’t deliver the “total victory” Kiev wanted, Politico reported on Monday, citing several anonymous officials. While the US government’s public support for Ukraine is “unwavering,” officials have expressed fears in private that the White House could be caught in a crossfire of criticism should the attack fall short of expectations, the outlet said. The ‘hawks’ would claim the US and its allies had not given Ukraine enough weapons and ammunition, while the ‘doves’ would see it as proof that Kiev can’t win. “If Ukraine can’t gain dramatically on the battlefield, the question inevitably arises as to whether it is time for a negotiated stop to the fighting,” Richard Haass, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, told Politico. “It’s expensive, we’re running low on munitions, we’ve got other contingencies around the world to prepare for.”

 

  • Having formally joined NATO earlier this month, Finland has recorded its highest year-on-year spike in defense spending since 1962, the height of the Cold War. Finland, which shares the longest border with Russia in Europe at 1,300 kilometers, recorded the most drastic spending boost in the EU (36 percent), underpinned by a number of costly purchases, such as a new fleet of 64 F-35 fighter jets from US weapons company Lockheed Martin. The 10-billion-euro procurement was billed as the single largest splurge in the Nordic country’s history.

 

  • US President Joe Biden’s administration is “quietly preparing for the possibility” that Ukraine’s much-heralded offensive doesn’t deliver the “total victory” Kiev wanted, Politico reported on Monday, citing several anonymous officials. While the US government’s public support for Ukraine is “unwavering,” officials have expressed fears in private that the White House could be caught in a crossfire of criticism should the attack fall short of expectations, the outlet said.

 

  • The European Union intends to agree on common regulations for the use of generative artificial intelligence like ChatGPT by the end of the year, Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice President of the European Commission for A Europe Fit for the Digital Age, said on Tuesday. Vestager noted that the European officials intend to impose an obligation to label photos, videos and songs made with AI. This should become a preventive mechanism for the use of AI by commercial companies “when there is a risk of discrimination because of your gender, because of where you live, because of your age,” as could happen if mortgage or insurance applications are involved, she added.

 

  • The much-talked-about news of Tucker Carlson’s departure from Fox News has made a splash in the US and beyond. The decision to part ways with the 53-year-old was reportedly made on Friday evening by Fox Corporation chief executive Lachlan Murdoch. Tucker himself has yet to comment on his exit from the news network. “What’s the benefit for Fox here? The Dominion lawsuit is over. Tucker was not a big pusher of the election conspiracy theory. So what’s the gain? If you’re Fox News and the only [thing] that I could think of is there’s a clip from last week where Tucker Carlson just tears the doors off of Big Pharma. And then a week later, he’s fired,” journalist and pundit, Carmine Sabia said.

 

  • A key instrument on the James Webb Space Telescope is facing sensor issues. One mode of the Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI) on the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST or Webb) is receiving less sensor “throughput” — less than the expected amount of light — at the longest wavelengths. NASA officials are investigating the cause. “No effect has been seen for MIRI imaging, and there is no risk to the instrument. All other observation modes — within MIRI and each of Webb’s other scientific instruments — remain unaffected,” NASA officials wrote in an update.

 

  • The Super Pressure Balloon Imaging Telescope (SuperBIT) was carried to an altitude high over Earth’s atmosphere on April 16 by a NASA helium balloon the size of a football field. It was the first operational flight by the stratospheric observer. The first images taken on the flight include a region of the Large Magellanic Cloud, which is a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way, called the Tarantula Nebula. The galaxy is located around 160,000 light years from Earth. This massive 931 light-year-wide cloud of gas and dust is a region of intense star formation. (For perspective, the nearest star system is about four light-years away from Earth.)
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Mars ‘Most Mysterious’ Moon 

Deimos, one of the small moons of Mars, was imaged by the Hope Mars mission from as close as 60 miles (100 km), the closest look yet. The flashy new imagery was released Monday (April 24). “These images and observations represent a significant step forward in our knowledge of Deimos, its atmosphere, composition, origins, and what this means for our understanding of Mars more broadly,” the United Arab Emirates Space Agency said in a statement. (Image credit: Emirates Mars Mission)

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Climate Intelligence Foundation

“Three years after the founding of the Climate Intelligence Foundation, we welcome the 1,000th signatory of the Global Climate Declaration. A global network of 1,000 scientists, engineers and other experts agree that there is no climate emergency. I disagree on all aspects of the climate debate, but Clintel welcomes and encourages divergent views on climate and a robust debate on climate policy.”

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The well preserved state Chariot Of Pharaoh Thutmose IV (r. 1401-1388 BC, 18th dynasty), showing Pharaoh smitting his enemies. It was discovered from his tomb KV43, Luxor, Egypt. Museum of Egyptian Civilization, Cairo

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A group of protesters briefly invaded offices of stockmarket operator Euronext in Paris’ La Defense business district on Thursday.

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News Burst 15 February 2024 The Vatican Secretary of State, Italian Cardinal Pietro Parolin, assured that Israel’s response to the attack by the Palestinian Islamic group Hamas on 7 October is disproportionate and asked to stop the “carnage” in the Middle East. “The...

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News Burst 14 February 2024 The Russians in Donetsk Oblast have assembled a “Tsar-Train” to hinder the advance of the Ukrainian Defense Forces. The construction spans 30 kilometers, according to the team of the interactive online map of military operations in Ukraine,...

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News Burst 12 February 2024 As farmer protests rage across Europe, Dutch MP Rob Roos sits down with The HighWire's Del Bigtree to discuss the climate scam pushed by radical globalist elites in the Western world to seize more power and control. "They [elites] go...

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News Burst 11 February 2024 Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was forced to pause her speech after being shouted down by three protesters during an event at Columbia University on Friday. Clinton was trying to give the opening remarks at an event hosted by the...

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News Burst 10 February 2024 ​According to the EU exeuctive's plan, "all sectors" need to now contribute to the effort - but the previously mandated 30% cut to agricultural production between by 2040 is gone. The revised draft has also excluded a mandate for citizens...

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News Burst 9 February 2024 ​US journalist Tucker Carlson does not need Moscow’s protection after he recorded an interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday. Carlson’s visit to Moscow for a sit-down with Putin...

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