News Burst 29 July 2021
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- Neville and Sally Hollingworth used Google Earth to explore their local area during lockdown stumbled on one of the largest collections of Jurassic-era starfish and feather star fossils ever found. The vast number of species and fossils has led to the site being dubbed the “Jurassic Pompeii”. An ancient mudslide killed the sea creatures instantly and preserved them in excellent condition.
- Several senior FBI agents remain unpunished for sexually harassing their subordinates, groping female agents, blackmailing them into sexual encounters, and drinking while on duty. Some FBI employees have even gone further by physically attacking their family members and abusing minors under 13 years old, reports indicate. On 22 July, a report by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz exposed an unnamed FBI assistant director’s inappropriate relationship with a subordinate, which “interfered with the ability of other FBI employees to complete their work.”
- Arthur Pearlstein and Lauren Reinhold, a pair of career federal civil servants who served as volunteers at Fort Bliss between April and June 2021, came forward to list problems, including issues with the private contractors hired by the federal government to assist in the facility’s management. Published on Wednesday, the ten-page complaint follows up on a similar grievance made earlier this month, and includes reporting by additional federal employees who stepped forward to protest the treatment of and conditions facing unaccompanied minors being held at the facility.
- Russian businessman Roman Abramovich is suing author Catherine Belton and her publisher Harper Collins over a book in which she claims he bought Chelsea Football Club on the orders of the Kremlin. Ms Belton is a former Financial Times correspondent in Moscow. Ms Belton claimed Abramovich bought Chelsea Football Club in 2003 on the orders of President Vladimir Putin in order to gain influence in the West. Two other Russian plaintiffs – billionaire Mikhail Fridman and businessman Pyotr Aven dropped lawsuits on Wednesday, 28 July, after Harper Collins issued an apology and agreed to remove certain passaged from the book.
- Remnants of an ancient Roman ship that was apparently transporting a cargo of wine have been discovered off the coast of Sicily, near the island’s capital, Palermo. According to The Guardian, the wreck is located at a depth of about 92 metres and is laden with wine amphorae. The ship’s discovery was reportedly described by local authorities as one of the most important archaeological finds to have been made in recent years.
- Adele Landauer, actor and charismatic coach whose picture snapped last year of a naked man in hot pursuit of a wild boar by a lake in Berlin went viral, has recently complained that others are using that scene to make money. According to The Guardian, the episode caught on camera by Adele Landauer involved a wild boar stealing the man’s bag containing a laptop (probably in the belief that the bag contained food) and sprinting away with her two shoats (the term for baby boars) in tow and the bag’s naked owner not far behind. That scene has now apparently been “adapted into a plastic figurine set” that costs about 14 euros ($16.50) and is being sold by a model railway company “as an embellishment for the landscape of a model railway set”. A spokesman for Busch, the company responsible for the plastic set in question, said that “sales are going well”.
- A deaf woman has won a High Court case against the Cabinet Office for failing to provide sign-language interpreters during the English government’s Covid briefings last year, with the judge ruling it as “discrimination.” A judge in London ruled in favour of Katie Rowley on Wednesday, stating that a lack of British sign-language interpretation at two coronavirus “data briefings” on September 21 and October 12, 2020 was “discrimination” and breached the “reasonable adjustments duty.”
- The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse has found that more than 700 children in the care of London’s Lambeth Council were abused for several decades as part of a “toxic power game.” In a Tuesday report, the inquiry alleged that children in the care of Lambeth Council “were subjected to levels of cruelty and sexual abuse that are hard to comprehend” at three care homes – Shirley Oaks, South Vale, and Angell Road – “where violence and sexual assault were allowed to flourish.” Since the 1960s, Lambeth Council allegedly received complaints of sexual abuse from 705 former residents of the care homes, however only “one senior employee” was ever disciplined by the council.
- Bill Clinton reportedly took two secret trips with Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell, even flying on the convicted pedophile’s infamous private jet. Speaking on her podcast “Chasing Ghislaine” investigative journalist Vicky Ward claimed the former President flew on Epstein’s jet, dubbed the “Lolita Express”, in February 2005 while visiting Japan, Taiwan, and China. Flight logs she uncovered purportedly show that Clinton took at least 26 trips of Epstein’s jet. Clinton also reportedly flew on a private jet owned by billionaire Ron Burkle with Maxwell during a trip to India in November 2003. That visit came as part of Clinton’s work with his eponymous foundation. Ward also alleges that Maxwell would use Clinton to “escape” from Epstein as her relationship with the financier began to fizzle out. She claims that Maxwell was treated as an official member of Clinton’s entourage and even stayed in the same hotel as him.
- Described by many as the world’s spiciest pepper, the Raja Chilli (King Chilli) – also known as Bhoot Jolokia (Ghost pepper) – is grown widely in India’s north-eastern state of Nagaland. It is twice as hot as the Mexican red savina and the habanero pepper, and three times spicier than cayenne. Now that the King Chilli will be available in London. Though King Chilli got its GI certification in 2008, exporting it posed a challenge because it is highly perishable.
- “Senators Tom Cotton and Mark Warner introduced the American Telecommunications Security Act to prohibit federal funding from the American Rescue Plan Act from being used to purchase Chinese telecommunications equipment, including from Huawei and ZTE,” the senator’s office said in a press release. The senators emphasized the bill is vital to US national security, the release said.
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The PDS 70 System
For the first time, astronomers have observed a moon-forming disk around a distant planet. Known as a circumplanetary disk, this ring of material are the building blocks of a planet’s moons. This particular disk is about 500 times larger than Saturn’s rings. (Image credit: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO)/Benisty et al.)
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