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  • US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has announced the launch of a new ‘China House’ within the State Department, made up of a team of diplomats focused on coordinating policy to confront Beijing. The diplomat unveiled the new team during a Thursday speech at George Washington University. The State Department chief insisted the directional shift, aimed at recentering China in the US’ foreign policy crosshairs even as Washington shovels billions of dollars into the war in Ukraine, is not about ramping up conflict with China.


  • Western nations that are trying to punish others with economic sanctions are overestimating their strength, Russian President Vladimir Putin said during the Eurasian Economic Forum on Thursday. “More and more countries in the world want and will pursue independent policy,” he said at the international event. “No ‘world policeman’ can halt this natural global process. No one is that strong.”


  • Ukraine’s ambassador to Germany, Andrey Melnik, posted an image on Thursday implying that German weapons are being sent to Ukraine at a snail’s pace. Melnik has a long record of insulting his host nation. Melnik posted an image of a snail with a bullet taped to its shell on his official Twitter account, along with the text “German weapons for Ukraine already on their way.” Claiming to have been sent the picture by a member of the government in Kiev, he added a dismissive “Pff. Russia must not win the war.”


  • The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has poured hundreds of millions of dollars into 11 of the 26 organizations backing an effort to prevent fellow billionaire Elon Musk from taking over social media platform Twitter, according to data shared with Breitbart by the Foundation for Freedom Online (FFO). Among the 11 Gates-backed organizations reportedly spearheading the effort to sandbag Musk’s Twitter acquisition by pressuring advertisers to boycott the platform is the New Venture Fund, a ‘dark money’ organization that in 2020 received the largest one-year commitment the Foundation has made in over five years. The group funds the Center for Media Justice, the Media Democracy Fund, the National Hispanic Media Coalition, and Accountable Tech, all of which signed the open letter backing the advertiser boycott, and has received some 102 separate cash grants from Gates’ foundation since 2008, amounting to $457 million in all, according to the Foundation’s own financial disclosures. Other signatories, like the Sixteen Thirty Fund, are subsidiaries of the New Venture Fund.


  • Brimming with hundreds of thousands of documents, photos, chat logs, and text messages, Hunter Biden’s laptop has become a virtual cornucopia of damaging information for the first family, implicating the president’s son in a large-scale suspected “pay-to-play” corruption scheme involving the selling of access to his powerful father. Hunter Biden purchased and used at least three burner phone apps, allowing him to make calls from his iPhones and iPads using temporary disposable phone numbers, a forensic investigation conducted for the Washington Examiner has found. Biden was said to have used the Phoner app at least once to call Hallie Biden, the widow of his late brother Beau with whom he would strike up a relationship and eventually start harassing. Hunter Biden’s laptop, dubbed the “laptop from hell” by media, has uncovered details about unseemly and potentially illegal activities by the president’s son, ranging from crack cocaine and alcohol-fuelled benders with high-priced prostitutes to “business deals” involving the trading of cash for access to the elder Biden during his tenure as Barack Obama’s vice president.


  • Python bites Malaysian man’s buttocks as he plays mobile game during toilet time. Even though the python turned out not to be venomous, the man was hospitalised and given a shot against tetanus. Sabri Tazali was sitting on the toilet and playing mobile games when he felt a sudden pain. After he jumped up, he saw a snake hanging from his buttocks. Apparently traumatised by the intimate yet painful encounter, Tazali is said to have avoided his toilet at home and used one at a nearby mosque for two weeks following the incident.


  • A network of “lost” cities located in the Llanos de Mojos savannah-forest of Bolivia has been discovered using a novel new technology. Built by the Casarabe communities between 500-1400 AD, these ancient cities, with their terraces and pyramids, have been shrouded by the thick canopy of the Amazon rainforest for centuries. Now, an international team of researchers from the UK and Germany have used LiDAR (light detection and ranging) technology, dubbed “lasers in the sky”, to zoom in on an area dotted with elaborate and intricate structures. These include terraces as high as 16 feet (4.9 metres) tall and conical pyramids towering at 69 feet (21 metres). They also found a vast network of reservoirs, causeways, and checkpoints spanning several miles.


  • According to financial filings made public on Wednesday, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has increased the amount of his obligations to finance the deal to buy Twitter by $6.25Bln. This will reduce Musk’s debt to finance the acquisition. He is prepared to spend $33.5Bln in total. According to reports, the businessman abandoned plans to partially finance the deal with the help of bank loans levied on his stake in Tesla. Musk agreed to buy Twitter at the end of April, in a deal estimated to be $44Bln. Initially, the world’s richest man planned to borrow $25.5Bln from the banks and pay another $21Bln of his own money. On 13 May, he announced the suspension of the transaction because the need arose to check how many fake accounts the social network had. Later, Elon Musk announced that he would not buy Twitter until the number of bots was less than 5 percent. Earlier, Musk said that he would like to revolutionise Twitter’s role in public debate, as “free speech is the bedrock of a functioning democracy, and Twitter is the digital town square where matters vital to the future of humanity are debated”.


  • Angelo Carusone, head of the non-governmental organisation Media Matters for America, told Al Jazeera: “Musk is not buying Twitter for financial reasons, although he thinks he can make some money on it. He’s buying it for ideological reasons.” “And that’s ultimately what’s scary,” Carusone said. Zeve Sanderson of the NYU Centre for Social Media and Politics told Al Jazeera: “If he [Musk] undoes a lot of the work that has been done to combat hate speech and misinformation, that’s going to be a bad day for Twitter.”


  • Twitter earlier said it is working on an edit button that would allow users to change tweets after they have been posted. Jay Sullivan, the company’s vice president of consumer product, said it had been “the most requested Twitter feature for many years”. Through the edit function, users would be able to fix typos or errors in a tweet without losing the replies, retweets or likes it already gained. But the question remains how to implement it while preventing its abuse, such as changing statements after others have retweeted or endorsed them. An obvious solution would be to track changes through a log of edits, where people can view the history of changes on a post, similar to Facebook and Slack. This feature, however, has regularly been abused by scammers and even led to years-long ‘edit wars’.


  • Trump has denied he will rejoin the microblogging platform even if Musk reinstates his account, staying instead with his own Truth Social platform. Officials within president Joe Biden’s administration have expressed concern that Musk’s acquisition of Twitter will allow Trump and other Republican operatives who were banned from Twitter to return to the platform.


  • In April 2022, Indonesian news outlet Detik broke a story about alleged violations of the country’s laws by US Navy personnel during the 2016 Pacific Partnership exercise in the West Sumatran coastal city of Padang. According to documents obtained by reporters, American naval surgeons performed operations on 23 local patients on board hospital ship the USNS Mercy without coordination with Indonesia’s Ministry of Health. The ship’s personnel may have secretly exported blood samples taken from dozens of Indonesian patients and transported three rabid dogs from the area in West Sumatra, which is known as endemic territory for rabies – also without permission from the country’s government. Padang health officials also told Detik that the Americans wanted to obtain samples of the dengue fever virus from local mosquitoes. These incidents reminded Indonesian reporters of the story of NAMRU-2 – a US Navy biological laboratory that existed in Jakarta from 1970 to 2009, when it was banned by the country’s Health Ministry for being “a threat to Indonesia’s sovereignty”.


  • Unidentified aerial phenomena, or UAP, is the term that the military has been using. It’s a little different from the term UFO in the sense that a phenomenon could be something that’s not necessarily a physical solid object. So UAP is maybe a more all-encompassing term. “With UAP, there seem to be some anomalous observations that are difficult to explain. Maybe they’re a sign of something like new physics, or maybe it’s just instrumental artifacts that we don’t understand or things that birds are doing. It could be anything, but any of those possibilities, anything from the most extreme to the most mundane, would teach us something,” Haqq Misra, of Blue Marble Space Institute of Science in Seattle, said.
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A very strong earthquake registered by the USGS as M7.2 hit southern Peru at 12:02 UTC on May 26, 2022. The epicenter was located about 13.1 km (8.1 miles) WNW of Azangaro (population 13 290), 30.3 km (18.8 miles) E of Ayaviri (population 19 310), and 73.4 km (45.6 miles) NNW of Juliaca (population 245 675), Peru. Some 800 000 people are living within 100 km (62 miles).

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