News Burst 28 November 2020
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- What makes the Bent pyramid stand out is the fact it has preserved its original outer limestone case. However, according to structural engineer Peter James, author of the book Saving the Pyramids: Twenty First Century Engineering and Egypt’s Ancient Monuments. “The workers who toiled on the construction of ancient Egypt’s pyramids made an error”, claims a Newport-based structural engineer Peter James who has long been immersed in the renovation of the ancient monuments. James explained that he was able to unravel the mystery. In his work deep inside the pyramids has led him to believe that the structures were built from the inside out, with large stones on the outside and small material inside. He also believes that the Great Pyramid of Giza still bears an astounding number of secrets, even though most of the valued items were stolen from the structure.
- A 46-year-old man who had allegedly killed his wife last week covered her body with cow dung in an attempt to revive her with the help of a sorcerer in the Betul district of central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The accused, whom police identified only as Bhaiyalal, has been arrested and charged with murder after police recovered the semi-decomposed body of Sunita Evne (wife), covered with cow dung, from her house in Chicholi village on 28 August after some villagers complained of a foul smell coming from the accused’s house. According to local police, Bhaiyalal, who is an alcoholic, had quarrelled with his wife on the night of August 26 and had hit her in the head with a wooden stick, killing her instantly. Police are further investigating the matter and hope to apprehend the sorcerer.
- Canberra failed to deal with atrocities laid bare in a report which found that elite special forces’ murder of prisoners and innocent civilians in Afghanistan was “disgraceful.” Sadly, the guilty will probably get away with it. The Australian government’s handling of the Afghanistan war crimes scandal has been an utter shambles and, as a result, those responsible are likely to escape punishment entirely. The Brereton report, handed down last week in redacted form, found that some unnamed 25 soldiers in the elite Australian special forces had committed 39 murders while on duty in Afghanistan. Brereton correctly described this as “a disgraceful and profound betrayal.”
- The crocodile crossing in Puerto Escondido, Mexico. Lifeguards have created a 100-meter-wide “no peole zone” between two of the city’s beaches for a stranded crocodile. Lifeguards watch out for reptiles too. It’s believed that the crocodile wants to return to a lagoon but is scared off by people.
- Beijing confirmed for the first time Wednesday plans for a watch list of pro-independence “Taiwan secessionists,” with the view of punishing them under Chinese law. Zhu Fenglian, spokesperson for China’s Taiwan Affairs Office, provided neither a timeline for its release nor details about who would appear on the potentially far-reaching blacklist. Chinese state media outlets, such as the hawkish Communist Party newspaper Global Times, have described the inclusion of Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen and her premier, Su Tseng-chang, as “very likely.”
- The 29-country anti-drug trafficking Orion Campaign seized more than 90 tonnes of cocaine over about six weeks earlier this year, Colombian President Ivan Duque said on Wednesday. The cocaine confiscation is equivalent to about 250 million doses, Duque said. More than 18 tonnes of marijuana were also confiscated and 413 people of various nationalities arrested. Seven airplanes, 76 boats and five semi-submersible watercraft were impounded.
- The Solomon Islands Government has defended its decision to place a temporary ban on Facebook, a move it says is aimed at tackling cyberbullying and online defamation. Communications officials are expected to meet with internet and telecommunications providers in Solomon Islands to discuss how they will block the world’s largest social media network. Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare told the nation’s Parliament the ban was necessary in order to preserve national unity. “Cyberbullying on Facebook is widespread, people have been defamed by users who use fake names, and people’s reputations that have been built up over the years [are destroyed] in a matter of minutes,” he said.
- The Oxford University Student Union recently voted to ban the serving of beef and lamb at various campus eateries. “As the UK’s premier university, the nation looks to Oxford for leadership, but Oxford has shown a lack of leadership in addressing climate change,” the resolution reads. Beef and lamb were singled out because they have the greatest CO2 output compared to other animal products.
- Hero climbers manually breaking ice off its cable stays at height of 324m (1,063ft) in Vladivostok. It might take up to ten more days to clear the only link between Vladivostok, Russia’s Pacific capital, and Russky island with a population of several thousand people. The bridge has been shut since ice rain caused a state emergency in the Primorye region, when thousands of power cables were torn, and dozens of electricity transmission pylons collapsed under the weight of ice. Over 100,000 people spent last week without electricity, heating and water at a temperature of -6C.
- Britain announced Friday it will set up a watchdog to regulate tech giants such as Facebook and Google and improve their transparency on using people’s data and personalized advertising. The Department for Culture, Media and Sport said in a statement that the new regulator, the Digital Markets Unit, will “govern the behavior of platforms that currently dominate the market, such as Google and Facebook”. The aim is “to ensure consumers and small businesses aren’t disadvantaged”, it said.
- Data from Statistics Indonesia (BPS) has revealed that the Indonesian economy contracted 3.49 percent year-on-year in the third quarter of 2020, in what amounts to a slight recovery from the minus 5.32 percent growth at the half-year mark. To support businesses and encourage spending, the state issued Government Regulation (PP) No. 23/2020 on the PEN program. It proceeded to reallocate funding from other budget posts, reaching a total of Rp 695 trillion (US$49.01 billion).
- Top doctors have warned 49 elite runners are taking a major health risk by competing in Sunday’s New Delhi half-marathon. With New Delhi recording more than 500,000 virus cases, and air quality in the world’s most polluted capital hovering between ‘unhealthy’ and ‘hazardous’, health experts said the athletes should think twice. “It will be suicidal for runners to run the race this time. We have such high levels of pollution, we have the risk of coronavirus,” Arvind Kumar, founder trustee of the Lung Care Foundation, told AFP. “With the presence of this twin threat if people are still running despite knowing everything, well, I have no words to express my anguish.” Delhi has been hit by a winter pollution crisis each year for the past decade when crop-stubble burning from nearby states, cold temperatures and car and industrial pollution produce a toxic mix.
- Head Of Iran’s Nuclear Weapons Project Assassinated. According to Iran Front Page News, Fakhrizadeh was killed by shooting, but before the shootout, his car has been stopped with an explosion at Mostafa Khomeini Blvd. Several others are also reportedly killed in the incident, but haven’t been identified yet.
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News Burst 28 November 2020 – Bonus IMG
Swarms of locust could be seen tonight hopping inside the houses in Adado district in Galgaduud region, it was only late last year when vast swarms of locust which have caused extensive damage to the crops and the other natural vegetation have invaded South & Central Somalia.
News Burst 28 November 2020 – Bonus Video
Setagaya, Japan – November 15, 2020
This is a small Pleiadian Craft that is remaining almost stationary and actually pulsing to attract more attention. This particular Craft is also taking photos and is being filmed by several people on the ground. Neioh
News Burst 28 November 2020 – Earthquakes
Earthquakes Last 36 Hours – M4 and Above
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Pleiadian Mothership. It is unusual to have a Mothership drop as low as this but it is done for Exploration and will soon Ascend to at least 50 to 100 miles up and the Crafts within will leave on separate assignments. When the Mothership signals, All Crafts will return as an opening is made, a ramp and Lights are provided and the inner wall of the Mothership will contain all Crafts. Neioh
Banker and chairman of the Edmond de Rothschild Holding S.A. company, Benjamin de Rothschild, has passed away at the age of 57, his family revealed to French media.
Bill Gates, the 4th richest person in the world, has been quietly snatching up 242,000 acres of farmland across the U.S. — enough to make him the top private farmland owner in America. It is not entirely clear how Gates’ farmland is being used.
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