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  • Ghislaine Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in prison for helping the late financier and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein to abuse underage girls sexually. A $750,000 fine was also imposed on Maxwell. According to US District Judge Alison J Nathan, she wanted her ruling to send an “unmistakable message” that these kinds of crimes would be punished. Prosecutors had demanded a tougher sentence for Maxwell, from 30 up to 55 years in prison, whereas Maxwell’s defense said a five-year sentence would be sufficient.

 

  • The White House is growing increasingly doubtful that Ukraine will “ever be able to take back” all of the territories it has lost to Russia and its Donbass allies, even taking account of the sophisticated military equipment the West still plans to send to the country, CNN has reported, citing sources familiar with the discussions. The doubts have been accompanied by an internal debate among aides to Mr. Biden about whether and how President Zelensky might alter his definition of “victory” to account for territorial losses that would “shrink” the country’s size.

 

  • The frozen remains of a whole baby woolly mammoth have been discovered last week in Trʼondëk Hwëchʼin Traditional Territory in Canada, in the vicinity of Dawson City, Yukon. According to CBC, the find was made by a gold miner working in Eureka Creek south of the city. The mammoth was named “Nun cho ga”, which means “big baby animal” in the Trʼondëk Hwëchʼin’s Hän language. The animal is about 140 centimeters long and apparently died sometime between 35,000 and 40,000 years ago. “So she died during the last ice age and found in permafrost,” said paleontologist Dr. Grant Zazula. As Dr. Zazula explained, the miner who found the mammoth made “most important discovery in paleontology in North America.”

 

  • A team of researchers from the University of Zurich, the University of Berne and the National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) PlanetS postulates that liquid water, an essential ingredient in the development of life, may be found on planets quite different from our own. In their study published in the journal Nature Astronomy, the team argues that a primordial atmosphere – akin to the one Earth had in its infancy, comprised primarily of hydrogen and helium – may produce conditions necessary for liquid water. “When the planet first formed out of cosmic gas and dust, it collected an atmosphere consisting mostly of Hydrogen and Helium – a so-called primordial atmosphere,” Ravit Helled, professor of theoretical astrophysics at the University of Zurich and co-author of the study, said as quoted in an article published on the university’s website. But whereas Earth ended up eventually losing its primordial atmosphere, it appears that planets that are more massive than ours can retain such an atmosphere indefinitely.

 

  • Since March, India and Pakistan have been experiencing an unusual series of heat waves, in many places, temperatures have exceeded upto 45-degree Celsius, causing disruptions in the lives of millions of workers and vendors who work outdoors throughout the day. Research published in the Science journal Earth Future by the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, says more than half a billion people in this region are exposed to the heatwave, which can lead to food shortages, deaths, and refugee flows.

 

  • Who would have thought that promotion of free drinks in a bar could land the venue in hot water? But that was the case with the “Holywings” bar and restaurant chain in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta. The countries authorities have stripped it of its operation permit after police charged six employees with blasphemy. It all started with a seemingly innocuous drinks promotion launched by the “Holywings” chain on social media. But there was a catch. In its since-deleted social media post, the chain offered a free bottle of gin for men named Mohammad and women named Maria every Thursday. Affronted religious groups were quick to react, with the Young Indonesian Advocates Association (HAMI) lodging an official complaint with the Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Regional Police on 23 June.

 

  • A peculiar phenomenon has been observed by a number of people in the sky near San Diego on Monday evening, leaving quite a few witnesses baffled by what they saw. The phenomenon in question appeared to be a group of mysterious lights that were seen floating above the ocean in the San Diego area. “Orange lights disappearing in the sky. Seen by Tijuana and could see them again by the ocean going towards DT San Diego,” one social media user tweeted. “Can someone tell me what these lights are floating in the San Diego sky?” inquired another. And yet another social media user mentioned seeing “planes landing at San Diego International that were flying below the lights”.

 

  • French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday he disagreed to designate Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism because it was not “France’s method.” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky proposed the designation in a social media posting earlier in the day. He claimed that Russia was targeting civilian infrastructure. The Russian Defense Ministry has repeatedly denied this and similar allegations.

 

  • In recently revealed letters dated June 6, officials from Canada acknowledged their plan to help UFO studies in the United States. John Hannaford, the Deputy Minister for Natural Resources Canada, indicated his plan to participate in the US research in a letter to Larry Maguire M.P. and Kathleen Heppell-Masys, Directorate of Security and Safeguards for the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. This is what he wrote in the letter: “I am writing in follow-up to my May 18, 2022, appearance before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Natural Resources, where you raised security-related questions regarding the Government of Canada’s position on drones and Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs) near North American nuclear facilities. Given the shared priority for nuclear safety and security of nuclear facilities, and the growing interest in UAPs in both Canada and the United States, the CNSC is committed to raising the issue with its United States counterpart and sharing any related information going forward.”

 

  • A Russian Arctic mining operation in the Svalbard Islands is facing shortages after Norwegian authorities held up over 20 tons of supplies in the port of Storskog, citing the EU sanctions against Moscow over the conflict in Ukraine. The foreign ministry in Oslo acknowledged on Tuesday that the Russian application for a humanitarian exemption had been rejected. The special permit application submitted by the Russian embassy and the mining company Arktikugol was rejected on June 15, the Norwegian national broadcaster NRK reported on Tuesday. Arktikugol runs the mining town of Barentsburg, which is mainly inhabited by Russian nationals. The archipelago, about halfway between the Arctic circle and the north pole, has fewer than 3,000 residents and has been under Norwegian jurisdiction for about a century.

 

  • Officials with Germany’s Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation said that the country is returning many artifacts taken from Africa during the colonial period, including 23 items, like jewelry and tools, that were removed from Namibia between 1884 and 1919.

 

  • Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced on Tuesday that a second Scottish independence referendum will be held on October 19, 2023. However, a ‘yes’ vote will not be enough to separate Scotland from the UK. Sturgeon told lawmakers at Holyrood, Scotland’s parliament, that her government would publish the Scottish Independence Referendum Bill later on Tuesday. The bill will provide for a referendum next October in which Scots will be asked the same question as in the failed 2014 independence referendum: “Should Scotland be an independent country?” “Now is the time … to debate and decide the future of our country …” Sturgeon declared, adding that she would not “allow Scottish democracy to be a prisoner of Boris Johnson or any prime minister.”

 

  • The firm behind the Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs, Yuga Labs, has slapped artist Ryder Ripps with a lawsuit, alleging that he has been infringing its trademarks by selling copycat versions of those much-loved, much-reviled apes, Reuters reports. Ripps claims that those high-priced apes can be linked to “subversive internet nazi troll culture” and that the versions he has been selling are satirical appropriations. Yuga has called the accusations “slanderous.” The complaint alleges that Ripps has been confusing customers and that he has made some $5 million from the project, according to Bloomberg Law. The lawsuit states, “Copying is not satire, it is theft. And lying to consumers is not conceptual art, it is deception.”

 

  • Ukrainian journalist Sonya Lukashova ended up on the notorious Mirotvorets (‘Peacemaker’) website after penning an article claiming that a vast majority of Russian military rape allegations produced by the country’s now former human rights chief, Lyudmila Denisova, were false. The allegations have been spread by human rights chief Denisova, who got ousted in late May after a no-confidence vote over her failure to organize humanitarian corridors and prisoner exchanges as well as “inexplicably focusing” on spreading unverified and unsubstantiated claims. According to the report, Ukrainian law enforcement officials tried to investigate Denisova’s claims but found no evidence to back them up.

 

  • A Ghanaian politician has alleged that a $21.4 million fee paid to architect David Adjaye’s firm for designing the forthcoming National Cathedral in Accra was not approved by the country’s Parliament, Alex Greenberger reports in ARTnews. The politician, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, is demanding that the amount be repaid. A rep for the firm, Adjaye Associates , did not respond to a request for comment. Construction work on the cathedral is currently paused. Budgeted at $1 billion, the structure has been billed as a landmark destination

 

  • Iran, which holds the world’s second largest gas reserves, has applied to join the BRICS group of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa that Beijing and Moscow cast as a powerful emerging market alternative to the West.

 

  • NASA confirmed the establishment of a small team to further scientific knowledge of mysterious aerial occurrences, making the United States the first to ‘act.’

 

  • A 101-year-old man, whom the German authorities believe to have been a guard at the Sachsenhausen Nazi concentration camp, will spend the next five years behind bars, a court in the town of Brandenburg an der Havel ruled on Tuesday. Josef S. was found guilty of aiding and abetting the murder of over 3,500 prisoners as well as attempted murder. In meting out the sentence, the judges accommodated the public prosecutor’s request. According to the German media, 101-year-old Josef S. is the oldest Nazi criminal to stand trial in the country.

 

  • In a now-deleted story issued by official media earlier in the week, China claimed that its massive Sky Eye observatory had detected signals of extraterrestrial activity. The world’s largest radio telescope, Sky Eye, had detected narrow-band electromagnetic signals, which were different from those previously captured, according to the report, which quotes Zhang Tonjie, chief scientist of an extraterrestrial civilization search team co-founded by Beijing Normal University, the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ National Astronomical Observatory, and also the University of California, Berkeley. However, the news already had gained traction on the social network Weibo and was picked up by several other media outlets, including government ones, it is unclear why the study was evidently taken offline by the Science and Technology Daily, the official newspaper of China’s science and technology ministry.
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