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  • The Northern Sea Route could become an effective alternative to the Suez Canal, which has been completely shut down since Tuesday, state nuclear energy corporation Rosatom said in a series of half-joking tweets. The proposal comes days after a 400-meter container ship got stuck in the crucial marine passage for global trade. The incident has sparked fears over rising shipping costs and evoked deep concerns about the interruption of supply chains linking Europe and Asia.

 

  • A forthcoming government report will reveal evidence of UFOs breaking the sound barrier without a sonic boom and other “difficult to explain” phenomena, the former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said. “When we talk about sightings,” Ratcliffe continued, “we are talking about objects that have been seen by Navy or Air Force pilots, or have been picked up by satellite imagery that frankly engage in actions that are difficult to explain.” “Movements that are hard to replicate that we don’t have the technology for. Or traveling at speeds that exceed the sound barrier without a sonic boom.”

 

  • Some military and spy agencies are blocking or simply ignoring the effort to catalog what they have on “unidentified aerial phenomenon,” according to multiple current and former government officials. The Senate Intelligence Committee has asked the director of national intelligence to work with the Defense Department to provide a public accounting by June 25 on unexplained sightings of advanced aircraft and drones that have been reported by military personnel or captured by radar, satellites and other surveillance systems. The request came after revelations in 2017 that the Pentagon was researching a series of unexplained intrusions into military airspace, including high-performance vehicles captured on video stalking Navy ships. But those advising the investigations are advocating for significantly more time and resources to retrieve information from agencies that in some cases have shown reluctance, if not outright resistance, to sharing classified information. And they worry that without high-level involvement, it will be difficult to compel agencies to release what they have.

 

  • A commission of historians headed by Vincent Duclert has been gathering data for two years to establish the level of France’s complicity in Rwanda’s 1994 massacres that left at least 800,000 people dead. France bears “overwhelming responsibilities” in the 1994 genocide of the ethnic Tutsi minority in Rwanda, a historical commission concluded in a report on Friday. According to the document, submitted to President Emmanuel Macron, France turned a blind eye to the preparations to the killings. In 2019, French President Emmanuel Macron ordered a commission to be established to look into the role played by Francois Mitterand’s administration’s in the Rwandan bloodbath.Nearly 1 million Rwandans are estimated to have been killed during the 100-day killing spree between 7 April and mid-July 1994, and about 70 percent of the Tutsi population was slaughtered. The genocide was started by the murder of former Rwandan president Juvenal Habyarimana and ended when the Tutsi-backed Rwandan Patriotic Front, led by Paul Kagame, took control of the country.

 

  • Donald Trump’s strategic advisor has announced that the former US president will soon return to social media “with his own platform”. Trump was de-platformed from Twitter, Facebook, and a range of other platforms.

 

  • A man who hijacked an empty plane at the Nouakchott–Oumtounsy International Airport in Mauritania on Thursday is detained. According to the source, the hijacker has US citizenship. Media reported that the man hijacked the plane and threatened to blow it up if security forces make an attempt to arrest him. According to sources, the hijacker wanted to fly away on the plane.

 

  • Eighteen months in prison. This was the sentence imposed on Georges C., the sacristan of the church of Saint-Germain-des-Près, the oldest in Paris, accused of having stolen the offers of the faithful for years, especially those of the wealthiest. According to the newspaper Le Monde, the man and his wife had accommodation next to the church and he received around 4,000 euros in monthly salary for his duties. The investigators have seized numerous cars and sifted through a millionaire assets. “I’m smart, I know how to find bargains”, he explained, guaranteeing that the cars were purchased through “special channels”. Ditto for some apartments attributable to him.

 

  • A chopped-off wild boar head has been placed on a copy of the Quran in the Swedish town of Vetlanda in Jönköping County. The act is currently being investigated as a hate crime, the police said. “Many people were very upset when we arrived at the scene”, police press spokesperson Björn Öberg told the newspaper Dagens Nyheter.

 

  • Japan asked the United States on Thursday to refer to the body of water into which North Korea had fired two ballistic missiles as the Sea of Japan and not the East Sea, the Kyodo news agency reported, citing Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Manabu Sakai. “It is our country’s position that the Sea of Japan is the single internationally-established name”, the official added, as quoted by the news agency. Earlier in the day, Capt. Mike Kafka, US Indo-Pacific Command public affairs officer, used the term “East Sea” when referring to Pyongyang’s morning launches. Japan and the two Koreas have long been at odds over the name for the waters they border. While Tokyo insists on the “Sea of Japan” term, Seoul and Pyongyang push for the “East Sea” and “Korean East Sea,” respectively.

 

  • Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Alphabet (Google’s parent company) CEO Sundar Pichai, and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey are dab hands at explaining themselves to Congress at this stage. Since 2018, Zuckerberg has testified six times, Dorsey four times, and Pichai three times, on everything from data collection and privacy issues, to censorship and bogus claims of “Russian interference” in the 2016 election. Democrats focused their arguments around the Capitol Hill riots of January 6, and some blamed the platforms for allowing users to post content doubting the results of the 2020 election and pro-Trump ‘QAnon’ theories, as well as anti-vaccine content and posts from “covid deniers.” Asked about his platform’s role in the Capitol Hill riot, Zuckerberg blamed Facebook users. “I think that the responsibility here lies with the people who took the actions to break the law and do the insurrection,” he said. Dorsey threw his hands up and admitted fault, answering in the affirmative to a “yes” or “no” question from Rep. Mike Doyle (D-Pennsylvania), while Pichai dodged the same question, calling it “complex.”
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On Friday, the nuclear-powered submarines of the Russian Navy surfaced, breaking the ice as part of one expedition. “For the first time in the history of the Navy, three nuclear-powered missile carriers have surfaced from under the ice”, Russian Navy Commander-in-Chief, Adm. Nikolai Evmenov, has said, reporting to the Supreme Commander of the Russian Armed Forces, President Vladimir Putin. The commander-in-chief noted that the ice was one and a half meters thick. The submarines surfaced “according to a single concept and plan at the appointed time in an area with a radius of 300 meters.”

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