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- The Vatican’s secret archives are one of the most heavily guarded sites in the world: their protection is more serious than that of any existing nuclear power plant. In addition to numerous Swiss guards, they are guarded by state-of-the-art automatic systems.
- German Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister Robert Habeck says he has had to once again “drastically reduce” the time he spends in the shower in an effort to cope with what he describes as an acute energy crisis. Not heating apartments in winter would also greatly help Germany to overcome the difficulties allegedly caused by Russia, the minister told Der Spiegel magazine in an interview published on Friday. “I have once again drastically reduced my shower time,” he said. The minister apparently takes pride in his ability to have a “quick shower,” as he told Der Spiegel that he just “had to laugh” when his “Dutch colleague” told him about a planned campaign to encourage people to reduce the average shower time from 10 to five minutes. “I’ve never showered for five minutes in my life,” Habeck said, claiming he completes the task faster.
- The conflict between Russia and Ukraine will probably end with a negotiated settlement, but that does not mean the West should stop sending arms to Kiev or reduce sanctions pressure on Moscow, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Saturday. “Most likely, this war will end at the negotiating table,” Stoltenberg told the Spanish newspaper El Pais, acknowledging that an outright military victory was not on the cards. “Our responsibility is to ensure that Ukraine is in the strongest possible position and to help it remain a sovereign and independent European nation,” he said. The best way to bolster Kiev’s position ahead of talks with Moscow is “to provide strong military support, economic support, and push through tough sanctions against Russia,” the NATO chief added. However, he declined to say when negotiations between Russia and Ukraine could take place.
- Few details emerged from Zelensky’s virtual meeting with the African Union, held behind closed doors on Monday, more than two months after the Ukrainian leader first tried to arrange a conference with the continent’s leaders. Out of 55 nations only four were represented by heads of state, while the rest sent subordinates, according to the BBC. However, Le Journal de l’Afrique claimed only a handful of ambassadors and ministers were actually present. the President of Senegal and AU Chairperson, Macky Sall, indicated that Africa’s position of neutrality over the conflict remains unchanged. Roughly half of African states refused to support the UN General Assembly’s resolution to condemn Russia’s actions in Ukraine, and no country on the continent has so far joined the sanctions.
- The aviation industry crisis triggered by Covid-related restrictions is unlikely to end until next year, Germany’s Die Welt newspaper reported on Saturday, citing Lufthansa board member Detlef Kayser. “Unfortunately, we will hardly be able to realistically achieve a short-term improvement now in the summer,” Kayser said. “We expect the situation to return to normal by 2023.” He added that the problem is global and that the only solution is to reduce the number of flights. The German flagship air carrier plans to scrap around 3,000 flights, or nearly 15% of its capacity, at its hubs in Frankfurt and Munich over the summer. That’s on top of 900 cancellations announced earlier this month.
- The US Department of Homeland Security has predicted a spike in “domestic violent extremism” in response to a Supreme Court ruling which overturned federal abortion protections, according to a memo obtained by Axios. Supreme Court justices and other government officials are “those most at risk,” the memo added, pointing to acts of violence by abortion rights group ‘Jane’s Revenge,’ as well as an alleged plot to assassinate Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who voted to overturn the landmark abortion case on Thursday.
- Billionaires Bill Gates and George Soros have added their condemnation of the US Supreme Court decision to strike down Roe v. Wade to that of those taking to the US streets. Gates, for his part, said that Friday was a “sad day” marking an “unjust and unacceptable setback” that puts “women’s lives at risk, especially the most disadvantaged.”
- A Russian factory which is currently studying the seized French weapons also sarcastically thanked French President Emmanuel Macron for the “gifted” artillery, asking him to send more for disassembly. French politician and far-right National Rally candidate for the 2022 general election, Jean-Michel Cadenas, has criticized the Ukrainian military for abandoning two Paris-originated Caesar self-propelled howitzers on the battlefield. Cadenas also blasted French President Emmanuel Macron for sending them in the first place. “Russia has recovered, among other things, two of the first six Caesar howitzers sent by France [to Ukraine]! They were in perfect working order. The Ukrainians withdrew [from their positions] so quickly that they did not have time to either destroy or booby-trap them!” Cadenas wrote on his Twitter account. The politician went on to recall that following their capture, the howitzers were sent to a Russian defense lab. Cadenas, who is a former army officer himself, alleged that the weapons will be “dissected, studied, copied and improved” by Russia, adding sarcastically, “Thank you, Macron!”
- In order to supply cars at lower prices, Indian car makers often ignore international safety standards, making its roads some of the deadliest in the world. “It will prove to be a critical instrument in making our automobile industry Aatmanirbhar (self-reliant) with the mission of making India the No. 1 automobile hub in the world,” Nitin Gadkari, India’s road and transport minister said. Delhi has proposed mandating that all passenger cars carry six airbags instead of two, a measure opposed by carmakers which cite an increase in costs. In recent years, several global carmakers such as General Motors and Ford have left India, claiming their models became unattractive for consumers as local manufacturers sold vehicles at a much lower price by ignoring safety standards.
- [ Weekly Asteroid ] NASA classifies any asteroid that is expected to come within 4.65 million miles of our planet as “potentially hazardous”. An asteroid that is estimated to be larger than the UK’s London Eye tourist attraction is approaching Earth, the Daily Star reported. It is set to come close to our orbit next week. The rock, which has been dubbed 2022MQ, is around 230 – 525 feet in diameter.
It is expected to fly some 1.79 million miles above Earth, which is relatively close in astronomic terms and makes it “potentially hazardous” by NASA estimations. However, humanity should not panic, as the asteroid is expected to spare our planet and continue its journey into space.
- The Ukrainian regiment adheres to its own brand of ‘National Idea,’ loosely modelled on Mussolini’s Italy. Despite the surrender of the Azov regiment at the Azovstal Iron and Steel Works during the fighting in Mariupol, last month, the legend of this unit has turned out to be enduring. The Ukrainian command has already announced that new Azov special operations forces will be created in Kharkov and Kiev. At the same time, a partial rebranding has been carried out. A medieval heraldic symbol – a trident (the coat of arms of Ukraine) consisting of three swords – is now depicted on the chevron of the ‘new’ Azov in place of the stylized Wolfsangel (‘wolf’s hook’) that has attracted so much criticism from not only Russia, but also the West and fellow Ukrainians. This condemnation is for good reason, as the symbol was used on the lapels of the SS’s Das Reich and Landstorm Nederland divisions, as well the logo of the Dutch Nazi Party.
- Greek authorities plan to install 150 cameras to grant round-the-clock surveillance for the Acropolis after a short movie was published depicting public gay sex at the spot. The ancient center of Athens, which hosts a 2,500-year-old temple complex, became mired in controversy due to the ‘Xeparthenon’ film. It purportedly depicts two men with their faces covered having sexual intercourse at the Erechtheion – the ancient Temple of Athena Polias – while in full view of the public and surrounded by numerous tourists. Producers claimed the movie was a political film and that they chose the Parthenon since it is a “symbol of nationalism and carrier of hetero-normal messages”. “It was a lewd, terribly lewd act,” the Acropolis Head Guard Ioannis Mavrikopoulos stated. “It marked the most disgraceful affront to the sanctity of the site”.
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Winners of the 2022 Big Picture Natural World Photography Competition – Aquatic Life Winner: Sea Lion Fall- David Slater captured this somber image of a California sea lion’s final resting place at the bottom of Monterey Bay, covered by dozens of bat stars. The image was taken on a deep-sea dive Slater took in September 2021.
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