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  • Debris from a Chinese rocket is set to crash to Earth some time over the next few days, with the potential for wreckage to land across a wide swathe of the globe. Part of a Long March 5B rocket China launched on July 24 will make an uncontrolled reentry around July 31, according to the Aerospace Corp., a nonprofit based in El Segundo, California.


  • Hungary’s prime minister caused outrage Saturday after he bashed western European countries for “mixing” European and non-European populations in a keynote speech. Viktor Orban claimed “the west is split in two”, arguing that countries where European and non-European people intermingle “are no longer nations”. The conservative leader idealised an “unmixed Hungarian race”, during his annual address at the Tusvanyos Summer University in Romania. “We [Hungarians] are not a mixed race … and we do not want to become a mixed race,” he said.


  • Western media generally took a pro-Ukrainian stance during the eight-year Donbass conflict. However, there were journalists who spoke openly about the rampant neo-Nazism, the genocide against civilians, and the Ukrainian military’s slaughtering of the elderly, women, and children. British journalist Peter Hitchens wrote in his May 21, 2022 column for the Mail on Sunday: “Not since the wild frenzy after the death of Princess Diana have I ever met such a wave of ignorant sentiment. Nobody knows anything about Ukraine. Everyone has ferocious opinions about it. The other night I shocked a distinguished Oxford academic by informing her that the lovely, angelic, saintly, perfect Ukrainians had blocked off the water supply to Crimea in 2014. She was rightly shocked by this nasty, uncivilized act of spite, but it was far more shocking that this highly educated person did not know this important fact.”


  • Palaeontologists have found that plesiosaurs inhabited freshwater environments — throwing crumbs of credibility to the belief the legendary Loch Ness monster is a living fossil. A recent find of fossils of the marine reptiles, which lived alongside the dinosaurs until both died out during the same mass extinction 66 million years ago, indicates they could also live in rivers. The petrified remains, discovered in the beds of a 100 million-year-old river system long since covered by the Sahara desert, show they lived alongside Spinosaurus, the monstrous, sail-backed, crocodile-jawed predator related to Tyrannosaurus rex. They found bones and teeth from a 3-metre-long adult and a limb bone from a 1.5-metre youngster.


  • In 2020, Denmark opted for a preventive cull of 15 million healthy mink in a bid to prevent mutated COVID-19 from interfering with the vaccination campaign, putting down an entire lucrative industry. The side-effects of that decision are now being felt in Denmark’s natural environment. The closure of Danish mink farms amid the COVID-19 scare in 2020 appears to have had unexpected and far-reaching consequences for the country’s wildlife. Seagulls, a fixture of the Danish coastline, are starving and have even turned to cannibalism, eating each others’ eggs and young with the strongest preying on the weakest. This means that the current breeding season may be the shortest ever amid already-declining populations, TV2 reported. Previously, the gulls used to fly along mink farms and feast on food rests and garbage. Now, with Danish mink farms shut down, this convenient option is not available any more.


  • The American central bank hiked the interest rate by 75 basis points last month to combat inflation caused by high commodity prices. The US dollar this month achieved parity with Euro for the first time since 1994. The rising exchange rate of the American dollar vis-à-vis other major currencies makes it “harder” for emerging market economies to service their external debt, Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas, the chief economist of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), said on Wednesday. “What we are seeing is a pretty significant increase in the number of countries that are in a situation of debt distress… A number of emerging market economies are in such a situation,” Gourinchas said during an online space hosted by financial publication Bloomberg.


  • The Tribal Development Department (TDD) in India’s Maharashtra state ordered a probe on Wednesday after a schoolgirl alleged that a male teacher stopped her and other girls on their period from planting trees during a plantation drive. The class 12 student at a state-run boarding school claimed the teacher had told her and others that the trees would not grow and would burn if the menstruating girls were to plant them. After the girl was reportedly stopped from planting the saplings, she approached Bhagwan Madhe, Nashik district secretary of the Shramjeevi Sanghatana organization of tribals, bonded laborers and other rural poor, to inform him about the incident.


  • Press TV correspondent Johnny Miller was recently placed on a semi-official Ukrainian hit list. ” Once you’ve been added to the Mirotvorets hit list, “you’re dead, ” he said. “Mirotvorets,” meaning ‘peacemaker’ – ”which of course is a very Orwellian name for a hit list,” notes Miller – “has been around since the Ukrainian revolution/coup in 2014 and it, basically, lists the enemies of the state of Ukraine.” Miller discovered he had been targeted by the shadowy outfit Thursday after having reached out to Mirotvorets’ operators for comment about a story on their role in doxxing Faina Savenkova, a 13-year-old girl living in Lugansk. “I contacted them for a statement. They didn’t reply. They put me on the list,” Miller notes. Miller explains that the operators of the online hit list, the so-called “Mirotvorets Centre,” are “not just some crazy guy, who’s just writing names on a website. They’ve looked at all my reports, they’ve detailed my work, detailed what I say, put pictures up of everything that I’ve done – for other people they put their phone numbers, they put their home addresses, and call them enemies of the state.” In Miller’s case, his file apparently also included “lies.” Chief among them – that he works with the Russian special services in Donetsk. “I don’t, I’m just an independent journalist,” he clarifies.


  • The leader of Italy’s north-easternmost region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia has asked the parliament to suspend Finland’s NATO entry bid after the exit of a Finnish jobmaker put 450 Italian workers at risk of unemployment. The regional president sent letters to heads of parliamentary commissions on foreign affairs, budget, and defense, asking them to look into the planned exit of Finnish engine maker Wartsila after the company said on July 14 that it would ramp down manufacturing in the provincial capital of Trieste to focus on production at home. Wartsila reportedly offered to stay in return for 34 million euros ($34.5 million) in EU recovery funding. The Italian parliament will meet in September after the summer break to consider Finland’s and Sweden’s NATO accession requests after the two Nordic nations were given a go-ahead on July 5. The approval of all 30 member states is required.


  • Bosses at Western banks such as JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and HSBC are committing war crimes by continuing to indirectly finance the Russian state, an economic adviser to Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, Oleg Ustenko, claimed on Tuesday. In an interview with CNBC, Ustenko announced that Kiev continues to gather data on banks it believes are financing traders of Russian oil, and plans to forward its complaints to the International Criminal Court (ICC). “In our logic, everybody who is financing these war criminals who are doing these terrible things in Ukraine are also committing war crimes,” he added, noting that Kiev will not pursue the banks themselves, but their leaders and managers.


  • Hundreds of protesters have reportedly stormed the Iraqi parliament, which is located in Baghdad’s high-security Green Zone. According to local media reports, many protesters support Iraqi cleric Moqtada Sadr and are demonstrating against a rival bloc’s nomination for prime minister. The current Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa al-Kadhemi, has warned that security forces would see to “the protection of state institutions and foreign missions, and prevent any harm to security and order.” Earlier in the day, riot police were forced to use water cannons and tear gas in order to repel protesters pulling down cement blast walls at the Green Zone, which houses government buildings and foreign embassies.


  • Vice President Kamala Harris puzzled netizens during a roundtable at the White House, as she started her speech with a bizarre greeting, describing what she was wearning and listing her gender pronouns. “Good afternoon. I want to welcome these leaders for coming in to have this very important discussion about some of the most pressing issues of our time. I am Kamala Harris, my pronouns are she and her. I am a woman sitting at the table wearing a blue suit,” she said.


  • A scientific institute in Poland, The Polish Academy of Sciences, has labeled household cats an “invasive alien species” in a decision taken after scientists noted that cats cause damage to birds and other animals. Felis catus, the scientific name for the house cat, became the 1,787th species in the national Polish database to be categorized as an “invasive alien species”. Wojciech Solarz, a biologist at the state-run Polish Academy of Sciences, said cats threaten global diversity and disrupt the ecosystem. Solarz also said that the feline is “100 percent” in the category of alien invasive species. The claim about cats, however, appears to have offended some cat lovers. “Ask if a man is on the list of non-invasive alien species,” Dorota Suminska, an author of a book titled The Happy Cat who is infuriated by the claim, told the Washington Post. According to Solarz, cats must have been domesticated around 10,000 years ago in the Middle East, which makes them non-native to Europe or “alien species” for Europe from “a strictly scientific point of view.” While domestic cats might be a relative newcomer in Europe, the European wildcat, which can no longer be found in Poland, inhabited the continent for hundreds of thousands of years before the arrival of Homo Sapiens.


  • The Ukrainian government has published a blacklist of politicians, pundits and intellectuals whom it accuses of promoting “narratives consonant with Russian propaganda.” Some of those on the list – including the former chief of India’s security – responded with confusion and mockery. The list was published earlier this month by the ‘Center for Countering Disinformation’ (CCD), a department of the Ukrainian National Security Council set up last year by President Vladimir Zelensky. Since the launch of Russia’s military operation in Ukraine in February, the CCD has published regular reports analyzing coverage of the conflict in the world’s media. Among more than 75 names on the list is PS Raghavan, the former Head of India’s National Security Council. Raghavan, who also served as India’s ambassador to Russia from 2014 to 2016, is named on the list for suggesting that “Ukraine against Russia is like NATO against Russia.”


  • A Russian court has sentenced a surrogate mother to three years in prison for allegedly engaging in human trafficking. The verdict, which is the first of its kind in Russia, was announced to the public by the press service of the Krasnoyarsk regional prosecutor’s office on Wednesday. According to case files seen by TASS news agency, Tamara Yandieva, a 29-year-old Kazakhstan citizen, allegedly tried to sell a newborn baby under the guise of a surrogacy service. The criminal investigation discovered that, in 2019, the woman posted an online resume looking for work and was subsequently offered to serve as a surrogate mother for a family in China paying a hefty fee. Yandieva agreed and traveled to Cambodia to undergo a fertilization procedure. She then returned to Russia, where she gave birth in April 2020. The woman then received a birth certificate and legally transferred ownership of the child to a surrogate motherhood company called Didilia LLC, and got paid $13,000.
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