News Burst 26 January 2021
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- Violent protests against strict measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic have erupted in Denmark, Danish Radio reported. The demonstration was staged by a group called Men in Black, which dresses accordingly. The group seeks to protest what is perceived as a lack of common sense in the regulations introduced to limit the spread of the infection. According the the Danish newspaper BT, some 1,000 people gathered to vent their displeasure. Among others, a doll representing Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen was hung on a lamppost. There was a sign on the doll that she should be “killed”; the protesters later set fire to the doll.
- An armed group calling itself the Righteous Promise Brigades [Alwiyat Al Wa’ad Al Haq] has claimed responsibility for the recent attack on the Saudi capital of Riyadh. In a statement released late on January 23, the group said it had attacked Riyadh with a number of kamikaze drones. According to the group, the attack targeted several positions in the Saudi capital including the Al Yamamah Palace, the official residence and office of the King of Saudi Arabia and the seat of the royal court. Early on January 23, the Saudi-led coalition announced the interception of a hostile aerial object over Riyadh, holding the Houthis responsible. The Yemeni group, however, denied responsibility for the attack. The second blow will be on the dens of evil in Dubai, with the help of the Almighty, if the crimes of Bin Salman [Saudi Crown Prince] and Bin Zayed [UAE Crown Prince] are repeated,” the group said in its statement.
- A German district court has declared a strict lockdown imposed by the government of the central state of Thuringia last spring unconstitutional, as it acquitted a person accused of violating it. A trivial case about a man violating strict German lockdown rules by celebrating a birthday with his friends has ended up in a decision the German media described as “politically explosive.” A district court in the city of Weimar did not just acquit the defendant but also stated that the authorities themselves breached Germany’s basic law. Thuringia’s spring lockdown was a “catastrophically wrong political decision with dramatic consequences for almost all areas of people’s lives,” the court said, justifying its decision. It particularly condemned a restriction limiting private gatherings to the members of one household and one person outside of it.
- A massive operation involving multiple law enforcement agencies resulted in the recovery of nearly three dozen missing children, including several who had been sexually exploited, authorities said. One person suspected of human trafficking was arrested on state charges, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said Friday in a press release. Details of the arrest were not immediately available. “Operation Lost Angels” began on Jan. 11 during Human Trafficking Awareness Month. The FBI said 33 children were rescued, including eight who were being sexually exploited at the time of recovery. Some of the victims were arrested for misdemeanor crimes such as violating probation or robbery, authorities said. One child was discovered to be the victim of a noncustodial parental kidnapping.
- Electronic appliances, including 24 sets of HH batteries and earthing cable worth millions were stolen from the BTS tower of GCM mobile of Nepal Telecom installed at the top of a house belonging to Shiv Narayan Chaudhary at Surunga Municipality, Saptari, a fortnight ago. Preliminary police investigation showed that 17 batteries and some equipment were exported to India via an alternative route. The main accused Rakesh Yadav had projected himself as a Telecom employee and loaded the equipment in a truck for mechanical check. Two others had helped him load the equipment and batteries in the truck.
Facebook has banned Dmitry Rogozin’s account the head of Russia’s Roscosmos space agency. In his post, Rogozin warned US against meddling in Russian affairs after the protests supporting Alexei Navalny that swept across the country on Saturday. Rogozin mocked Facebook’s decision on his Telegram channel, questioning the platform’s integrity regarding freedom of speech. Russia has warned foreign governments against meddling in its affairs against the backdrop of pro-Navalny rallies.
Russia’s communications watchdog, Roskomnadzor, said it would fine six social media platforms — TikTok, VKontakte, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube — for letting calls on minors to participate in unauthorized mass events to be published. Roskomnadzor said it would hold accountable social networks, which urge teenagers to participate in unauthorized rallies.
- Israeli businessman Beny Steinmetz has been given a five-year jail sentence by a court in Geneva, in a trial described as the mining sector’s biggest-ever corruption case. The trial threw a spotlight on an often murky struggle for control of Africa’s natural resources. Steinmetz was convicted of bribing public officials in Guinea, in order to gain control of the country’s iron ore deposits. The court also ordered him to pay compensation of 50m Swiss francs ($56m) to the state of Geneva. The Simandou mines, in south-eastern Guinea, are estimated to be the most valuable untapped iron ore deposits in the world. The case dates back to 2006 when, according to the prosecution, the businessman, working for a company called Beny Steinmetz Resources Group (BSGR), paid bribes so that BSGR could acquire mining rights in Simandou. These had originally been held by mining giant Rio Tinto.
- China’s President Xi calls on the world to take down trade barriers and bolster global organizations for governance.
- 100 renowned China experts, researchers, and human-rights activists across the globe are calling for a suspension of the EU-China investment agreement, citing serious human rights violations and the suppression of democracy movements in China as the reasons.
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Future Mars missions will want to move underground for applications such as accessing water ice, or for hunting for microbial life under the surface, NASA noted. Why InSight failed to dig into the Martian surface came down to “unexpected properties” of the soil, the agency said, which proved harder to push through than the material that two previous Mars missions encountered. InSight’s extended mission will not only include quake monitoring, the craft will also collect data via a radio experiment to learn whether the planet’s core is solid or liquid. Weather sensors will also help scientists to better understand meteorological conditions on Mars, along with data from NASA’s ongoing Curiosity rover mission (which deployed weather instruments in 2012) and the NASA Perseverance rover, set to land on Mars Feb. 18.
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Sgt Chuck Sorrells USAF describes UFOs over Edwards AFB in 1965.
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If you do not have any respiratory symptoms, such as fever, cough, or runny nose, you do not need to wear a medical mask. When used alone, masks can give you a false feeling of protection and can even be a source of infection when not used correctly.
News Burst 26 January 2021 – Earthquakes
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Cybersecurity researchers today unwrapped a new campaign aimed at spying on vulnerable Tibetan communities globally by deploying a malicious Firefox extension on target systems. Threat actors aligned with the Chinese Communist Party’s state interests delivered a customized malicious Mozilla Firefox browser extension that facilitated access and control of users’ Gmail accounts.
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