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  • Julian Assange has been handed a reprieve in his fight against extradition to the US after two judges ruled the WikiLeaks founder could take his case to an appeal hearing – but only if the Biden administration is unable to provide the court with suitable assurances. In a written judgment handed down on Tuesday, the president of the king’s bench division, Victoria Sharp, said the concerns that could be likely to succeed at appeal but which “may be capable of being addressed by assurances” were “that the applicant [Assange] is permitted to rely on the first amendment, that the applicant is not prejudiced at trial, including sentence, by reason of his nationality, that he is afforded the same first amendment protections as a United States citizen, and that the death penalty is not imposed”.


  • For the third time in less than two months, as the approach of EU institutions has reached the point of almost total concession to the demands of European farmers, Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) included, hundreds of tractors again invaded the streets of Brussels this morning (March 26) for the meeting of the 27 Ministers of Agriculture to protest what farmers see as penalizing policies toward the entire European agri-food sector. The first result in the Council today was the green light to the amended rules for simplification and burden reduction of the CAP, which will “increase the incomes of our farmers.” “Farmers are demonstrating again today outside the Council. We have not forgotten them,” said Belgium’s deputy prime minister in charge of agriculture and rotating president of the EU Council, David Clarinval.


  • Over 150 tractors descended on Britain’s Parliament on Monday evening in a protest against post-Brexit regulations and trade agreements that they say will endanger their livelihoods and undermine food security. Farm vehicles flying UK flags made their way across London and through Westminster, carrying signs with slogans such as ‘Save British farming’ and ‘No farming, no food, no future’. The tractor rally became the largest among the latest protests launched by farmers across the country. According to the campaign groups Save British Farming and Fairness for Farmers of Kent that organized the march, cheap food imports and unsupportive policies are putting food security in the country at major risk.


  • During a speech at the Human Rights Campaign Dinner in LA Sunday, Jill Biden suggested that not having gay porno books available in children’s libraries in schools is akin to Nazi Germany. Biden’s wife stated “Rights are being stripped away. Freedoms are eroding. More and more state laws are being passed…Just last night, we had to fend off more than 50 anti-gay amendments that Republicans tried to force into the government funding bill… they served only one purpose: to spread hate and fear.” She continued, “History teaches us that democracies don’t disappear overnight. They disappear slowly. Subtly. Silently.”


  • A “Black Swan Event” – General Flynn raises questions about Baltimore bridge collapse. “Can we take the idea that this [Baltimore bridge collapse] was a terrorist attack off the table … and absolutely we cannot do that,” President Trump’s former national security adviser (and retired lieutenant general) Michael Flynn told Alex Jones in an online interview. Flynn called the container ship ramming the 1.6-mile-long bridge mile bridge at the Port of Baltimore a “black swan” event. Meanwhile, the White House and federal government agencies have been quick to declare this was not a terror attack.


  • A California man got arrested for walking around and apparently chomping on a human severed leg. The dude’s name is Rosendo Tellez. and he got busted Friday out near Bakersfield after eyewitnesses saw him strolling through town with what looked to be an entire limb that was attached to a person just earlier in the day. Kern County officials say the leg was illegally taken from the scene of a train accident that morning — when Tellez is alleged to have swooped it up after a man was hit and killed at the Amtrak station in town. Not too long after that … citizens say they spotted Tellez holding it. Some even claimed to FOX26 News that Tellez was taking bites out of the leg … which seemed to be the case based on a video of the guy that’s circulating on the internet. Police arrested the Latino man for removing evidence.


  • A species of spider found in China may have evolved so that a male-female pair together resembles a flower, helping them blend in with their background. “This may be the world’s first case of cooperative mimicry,” says Shi-Mao Wu at Yunnan University, who made the observation with his colleague Jiang-Yun Gao. Spiders from the Thomisidae family, also known as crab spiders, are ambush predators that usually live on or near flowers. They are known for their great camouflage abilities, which prevent them from being spotted by their prey or predators. Some species can even change their colour to match that of the flower they are sitting on.


  • A 16th century Italian ‘vampire’ who was buried with a brick jammed in her mouth over fears she would feed on corpses underground has had her face reconstructed by scientists. Incredible new images – made using 3D scans of her ancient skull – reveal a woman with a pointed chin, silver hair, wrinkled skin and a slightly crooked nose. They also show what she would have looked like with the stone block inserted in her jaws. Experts think the brick was put there shortly after she died by locals who feared she would feed on fellow victims of a plague that swept an Italian town located minutes from Venice. Skeletal evidence already suggests she was 60 years of age at time of death, but not much more is known about her. The amazing reconstructions were done by Brazilian forensic expert and 3D illustrator Cícero Moraes, who detailed the project in a new study.


  • New York Post on reported plan of the Democratic National Committee and allied groups to try to block third-party candidates from the 2024 ballot. The contradiction is stunning as these groups raise money to “save democracy” by limiting democratic choice. The last time that the Chicago Democratic Convention was held in Chicago in 1968, the resulting riots led to one of the greatest Freudian slips in American politics. Mayor Richard Daley declared “the policeman isn’t there to create disorder; the policeman is there to preserve disorder.” The Democratic National Committee has now added its own gem: the Democratic Party is not here to preserve democracy, it is here to prevent democracy. That’s because the DNC is seeking to block third party candidates from ballots — Robert Kennedy Jr., Cornell West, and Jill Stein. All three are liberal and are considered a threat to Joe Biden. This effort will likely include any ticket put forward by the No Labels group, seeking a moderate alternative to the two parties.~ Jonathan Turley


  • In an apparent continuing shake-up of his defense leadership, Ukraine’s President Zelensky has fired the the head of the Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council (SNBO), Oleksiy Danilov. A decree confirming his removal was published to the Ukrainian presidency’s official website, however, it provided no reason or explanation for the decision. Danilov had been installed in the top national security office in October 2019. The Kyiv correspondent for the Financial Times, Christopher Miller, has also confirmed the high level removal. “Another big and expected shakeup in Kyiv. Zelensky has dismissed Oleksiy Danilov from the post of head of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council and replaced him with Oleksandr Lytvynenko, who has been serving at Chief of the Foreign Intelligence Service,” writes Miller.


  • Former President Trump said in an interview with Israel Hayom over the weekend that Israel made a “big mistake” by broadcasting images and videos of the destruction in the Gaza Strip, saying it’s losing Israel “a lot of support.” Trump said he would have done the same thing as Israel in response to the October 7 Hamas attack on southern Israel but said it was time to “finish your war” as global opinion is turning on Israel.


  • In an interview by John Pilger with Assange, produced by Dartmouth Films broadcast in its entirety by RT in 2016, Julian Assange accuses Hillary Clinton of hiding from the Americans the true extent of the support of Washington’s allies for the Islamic State. In a 2014 email published by WikiLeaks, Hillary Clinton, who had been Secretary of State until the previous year, urges John Podesta, then an advisor to Barack Obama, to “put pressure” on Qatar and Saudi Arabia “who are providing clandestine financial and logistical support to ISIL [Islamic State, IS, ISIS] and other radical Sunni groups.” “I think this is the most significant email of all,” Assange declares. “All serious analysts know, and even the US government has accepted, that some Saudi figures have supported ISIS and Islamic State funding, but the mantra has always been: these are some “rogue princes” who they use their oil money to do what they want, but in reality the government disapproves. These emails tell us that it is the government of Saudi Arabia and the government of Qatar that are funding ISIS.”


  • There is no evidence the Ukrainian government was involved in the Crocus City massacre, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters on Monday. “ISIS bears the sole responsibility here, the sole responsibility,” Jean-Pierre insisted. “[Russian President Vladimir] Putin understands that. We shared that with their government. And so there is no evidence, absolutely no evidence, that Ukraine was involved there.”


  • Texas voters could get the chance to cast their ballots for a man named ‘Literally Anybody Else’ this November, if his long-shot scheme to protest the US’ two-party system is successful. Math teacher and military veteran Dustin Ebey formally changed his name to ‘Literally Anybody Else’ earlier this month, and is now scrambling to gather the 113,151 signatures required to appear on Texas ballots as an independent candidate, WFAA News reported on Friday.


  • British claims about the alleged hacking of the UK Electoral Commission are false and groundless, the Chinese government said on Tuesday, responding to the announcement of sanctions against two of its nationals and a business in Wuhan. London announced the sanctions against Zhao Guangzong and Ni Gaobin, as well as the Wuhan Xiaoruizhi Science and Technology Company Ltd, on Monday. According to the British government, they are linked to Advanced Persistent Threat Group 31 (APT31), supposedly a state-affiliated hacker outfit blamed for two cyber attacks on British voting. “The UK’s hype-up of the so-called ‘Chinese cyber attacks’ without basis and the announcement of sanctions is outright political manipulation and malicious slander,” the Chinese embassy in London said. “We have no interest or need to meddle in the UK’s internal affairs.”


  • Starlink satellite communication terminals, manufactured by Elon Musk’s SpaceX for exclusive use on his network, can be purchased illegally in countries where no agreement exists for their use – including nations that are subject to international sanctions, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday. A growing black-market trade has reportedly emerged in territories with poor internet coverage and quality, where there is a need for high-speed online communications. Starlink kits, developed and operated by the US aerospace company, are in “widespread use” in Yemen, which is in the midst of a decade-long civil war, according to an unnamed government official cited by Bloomberg. Western diplomats told the news agency that the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces are using Starlink systems in Sudan “for their logistics,” as the internet has been down in the country since February.


  • India emerged as Russia’s largest supplier of pharmaceuticals last year, filling the recent void left by previously dominant Western firms, RBK reported on Monday, citing data compiled by RNC Pharma. Indian manufacturers ramped up exports by 3% last year and delivered nearly 294 million packages of medicines to Russia, replacing Germany’s, who was India’s top supplier in 2021 and 2022, the outlet said. Last year Germany slashed its supplies to Russia by almost 20% to 238.7 million packages, figures show. Many Western pharmaceutical companies have suspended their non-essential work and investments in Russia over the Ukraine conflict. A number of major international pharma producers, including Eli Lilly, Bayer, Pfizer, MSD, and Novartis, have also halted new clinical trials in Russia.


  • Moscow does not recognize Washington’s attempt to illegally claim over a million square kilometers of maritime territory, including in the Arctic and the Bering Sea, the Russian Foreign Ministry has said. Russian representatives informed the Council of the International Seabed Authority of this on Monday. The council is currently meeting in Kingston, Jamaica and operates under the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). The US is “unilaterally trying to reduce the area of ​​the seabed under the Authority, and hence the entire international community,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement. The US Department of State announced its “extended continental shelf” project in December 2023, claiming jurisdiction of approximately one million square kilometers beyond its territorial waters. The UNCLOS allows maritime claims of up to 200 nautical miles (370 km) from the shore in the world’s oceans.


  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday said that now he will not send a delegation that had been expected in Washington, after the US refrained earlier that day from vetoing a UN Security Council resolution on a Gaza ceasefire. The UNSC passed the resolution on Monday, demanding an “immediate” ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in Gaza during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, which ends in two weeks. The US abstained from casting its vote on the council, while the remaining 14 members voted in favor of the resolution, which also demands the unconditional release of remaining Israeli hostages and highlights “the urgent need to expand the flow” of aid into Gaza. Washington’s decision not to veto the resolution was a “clear retreat from the consistent position of the US” since the start of the war, Netanyahu’s office stated, following the UNSC vote.


  • Some physicists have long suspected that mysterious ‘ghost’ particles in the world around us could greatly advance our understanding of the true nature of the Universe. Europe’s centre for particle research, Cern, has approved an experiment designed to find evidence for them. The new instrument will be a thousand times more sensitive to such particles than previous devices. It will smash particles into a hard surface to detect them instead of against each other like Cern’s main device the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). So what are these ghostly particles and why was a new approach needed to detect them? The current theory of particle physics is called the Standard Model. It says that everything in the Universe is made up of a family of 17 particles – well known ones such as the electron and the Higgs boson – as well as the lesser known but wonderfully named charm quark, tau neutrino and gluon.

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News Burst 20 April 2024 The disputed documentary by RSI Swiss Radio and Television on the risk of bradyseism at the Campi Flegrei has - no one knows why - disappeared from the internet. The documentary broadcast by the Swiss TV showed a devastating scenario in the...

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News Burst 19 April 2024 In Greece, a new report has stated that the population decline in the country has reached alarming levels, and it could become the world’s first country to suffer “population collapse”. The report claims that heart failure, stroke, blood clots...

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News Burst 18 April 2024 Rishi Sunak’s tobacco and vapes bill aims to create the UK’s first smoke-free generation, in a landmark public health intervention. The tobacco and vapes bill ensures anyone turning 15 from 2024, or younger, will be banned from buying...

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News Burst 17 April 2024 A project has been launched to delve into the links that may exist between the ancient Stonehenge monument and a "major lunar standstill", which happens every 18.6 years. This is when the moonrise and moonset reach their farthest points apart...

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