News Burst 26 November 2022
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- French President Emmanuel Macron’s 2017 and 2022 election campaigns are reportedly under investigation by the National Financial Prosecutor’s office. The probe is focused on illegal financing and suspicions of wrongdoing surrounding contracts with a US-based consulting firm. The investigation was announced by the prosecutor’s office in a Twitter post on Thursday. Prosecutors did not confirm the probe was targeting Macron’s campaigns, but said they were trying to bring clarification to the issue following media reports. French newspaper Le Parisien has suggested that Macron’s 2017 campaign was linked to US consulting giant McKinsey & Company.
- For years, experts thought the Roman emperor Sponsian was the stuff of fiction, since there are so few authenticated coins that depict him. Now, however, archaeologists may have found evidence that that he really did exist. Heritage Daily reports that researchers at the University of London studied a coin portraying Sponsian that’s owned by the University of Glasgow, and were surprised to discover that its chemical composition matched that of other coins known to be the real deal. Jesper Ericsson , a numismatics curator at the Hunterian, the University of Glasgow’s museum, said, “Not only do we hope that this encourages further debate about Sponsian as a historical figure, but also the investigation of coins relating to him held in other museums across Europe.”
- Russia’s Justice Ministry’s has added Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, to the list of organizations banned under the country’s anti-extremism laws. A Moscow court authorized shutting down access to both social media platforms and accused Meta of engaging in “extremist” activity in March after officials argued that the company was permitting “aggressive rhetoric towards Russian citizens.” Russian officials, including media regulator Roskomnadzor, called for the ban of Facebook and Instagram, citing Meta’s decision to allow speech that “would normally violate our rules like violent speech such as ‘death to the Russian invaders.’” A Meta legal representative argued in court at the time that the company was still not allowing calls for violence against ordinary Russian citizens.
- France’s culture ministry published a report earlier this week advising the country’s museums on how to avoid trafficked artworks, Artnet News reports. The report comes amid the ongoing scandal at the Louvre, which saw its former director Jean-Luc Martinez and curator Jean-François Charnier charged with “complicity of gang fraud and laundering” in connection with the acquisition of possibly looted antiquities.
- Since the beginning of Russia’s military offensive in Ukraine, the US, EU, and their allies have provided Kiev with $126 billion worth of aid, a number almost equal to the country’s entire GDP. Moreover, millions of Ukrainians have found refuge in the EU, where they were given housing, food, work permits, and emotional support. The scope is huge, even by Western standards. Considering that the bloc has been funding Kiev while coping with an economic and energy crisis of its own, the assistance is perhaps especially notable. While Ukraine has undergone a general mobilization affecting all men under the age of 60, many former and current high-ranking officials, politicians, businessmen, and oligarchs have moved to safety abroad – mainly to the EU. The mass flight of Ukrainian elites started even prior to the armed conflict. On February 14, 2022, 37 deputies from the Ukrainian president’s parliamentary faction (Servant of the People) suddenly went missing. Had MPs not been banned from leaving the country the very next day, others would have definitely joined them. Meanwhile, former officials and oligarchs enjoyed more freedom to move around. According to the Italian newspaper La Repubblica, 20 business jets took off from Kiev’s Boryspol airport on the 14th as well.
- Facebook’s parent company Meta has acknowledged the discovery of several clusters of fake accounts and pages believed to be linked to individuals “associated with the US military,” according to the company’s latest adversarial threat report published this week. “Although the people behind this operation attempted to conceal their identities and coordination, our investigation found links to individuals associated with the US military,” the company said in a blog post on Tuesday. The influence campaign was discovered earlier this year and in total Meta removed 39 Facebook and 26 Instagram accounts, as well as 16 pages and two groups, all for violating the company’s policy against “coordinated inauthentic behavior.”
- Not even the threat of destruction could keep Ukrainian museums from transporting their treasures to Madrid’s Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, which is about to mount a survey of Ukrainian modern art. The Guardian takes us inside the difficult process of bringing the works out of the country to Spain, which involved the use of armored trucks that carefully navigated a particularly dangerous area along the border between Poland and Ukraine.
- The outgoing chief scientist of the World Health Organization (WHO) admitted on Wednesday that the body should have warned the public that Covid-19 can be transmitted through aerosols “much earlier” than it did. Speaking to the Science Insider, Soumya Swaminathan, who announced her resignation from her post last week, said the agency made a mistake when it did not more rapdly label the coronavirus as airborne based, on the available evidence, adding that “it is something that has cost the organization.” She noted that the WHO “did talk about all the methods, including ventilation and masking” that could thwart the spread of the disease. “But at the same time, we were not forcefully saying: ‘This is an airborne virus.’ I regret that we didn’t do this much, much earlier.”
- Civil lawsuits filed in a New York court accuse JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank of turning a blind eye to the sexual predation of their former client, Jeffrey Epstein, several media outlets reported on Thursday. Both managed his accounts after his 2008 conviction and allegedly ignored “red flags” in financial transactions. Two unnamed victims of the late disgraced financier, who filed separate lawsuits, are seeking class-action cases against the financial institutions, according to the reports. Both claimants are being represented by David Boies, a lawyer who represented Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre in a case against one of Epstein’s associates, Britain’s Prince Andrew. The claims against JPMorgan are based to a degree on revelations about Epstein’s relationship with its former executive, Jes Staley. The British financial authorities launched a probe their affairs in 2020, with Staley consequently resigning as the CEO of Barclays last year.
- Twitter boss Elon Musk has vowed to extend a “general amnesty” to an unspecified number of suspended users, a week after reversing former US President Donald Trump’s lifetime ban from the platform. “The people have spoken. Amnesty begins next week,” Musk tweeted on Thanksgiving Day. He added “Vox Populi, Vox Dei,” a Latin phrase that means “the voice of the people is the voice of God.” The SpaceX and Tesla CEO launched a Twitter poll on Wednesday, asking if Twitter should “offer a general amnesty to suspended accounts, provided that they have not broken the law or engaged in egregious spam?” Out of more than 3.1 million users who took part, 72.4% voted ‘yes’ and 27.6% voted ‘no’. In a separate message, Musk also promised to start freeing and putting up for grabs “vast numbers of handles” that had previously been “consumed” by bots and trolls.
- Melting permafrost have reviving an ancient virus which lay frozen for tens of thousands of years. The oldest of the newly discovered viruses is almost 50,000 years old, the team said. “48,500 years is a world record,” Jean-Michel Claverie, a team member and a researcher at Aix-Marseille University in France, told the New Scientist. His team studied a total of seven ancient viruses in its latest study. The group published a preprint of their work earlier in November. The group, which includes scientists from Russia, France and Germany, previously managed to revive two other ancient viruses that are 30,000 years old. The viruses discovered and revived by the team are considered the most ancient ever revived, although other researchers claim to have revived bacteria that are said to be up to 250 million years old.
- Officials who have knowledge of or experience with sightings of UFOs in the US could soon come forward and share information about the phenomenon without fear of retaliation. According to a report by WTOP, the annual defense authorization bill that the US Congress passes could include language that will allow former and current government employees to discuss their experiences with unidentified aerial phenomena, or UAPs.
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