News Burst 3 July 2021
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News Burst 3 July 2021 – Featured News
- Bezos, named the world’s richest man by Forbes magazine earlier this year, with assets worth some $189 billion, is set to quit his post to free up time for his space-travel venture, Blue Origin. Initially built as an online bookstore back in the 1990s, Amazon is now one of the most valuable publicly traded companies in the world, with a market capitalization of $1.7 trillion.
- A Boeing 737 cargo plane had to make an emergency landing off Honolulu shortly after taking off. “The pilots had reported engine trouble and were attempting to return to Honolulu when they were forced to land the aircraft in the water,” the FAA said. “According to preliminary information, the US Coast Guard rescued both crew members.”
- [Weekly Asteroid] A newly-discovered asteroid designated 2021 NA will fly past Earth at a distance of 0.17 LD / 0.00044 AU (65 820 km / 40 900 miles) on July 3, 2021. This is the 68th known asteroid to fly by Earth within 1 lunar distance since the start of the year. This object was first observed at Pan-STARRS 1, Haleakala, Hawaii on July 1, two days before its close approach. 2021 NA belongs to the Apollo group of asteroids and has an estimated diameter between 5.3 and 12 m (5.3 – 39 feet). The object will fly past us at 04:57 UTC on July 3 at a speed (relative to the Earth) of 11.39 km/s.
- Millions of Brits may be unable to take European holidays this summer because their Indian AstraZeneca vaccines are not recognised by the EU’s passport scheme, it is reported. Up to five million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine called Covishield, and produced by the Serum Institute of India, have been given out in the UK. But these doses have not been approved by the European Medicines Agency. While the government is reportedly looking to remove quarantine restrictions for travel to amber-listed European countries by the end of this month, to boost holiday hopes, this now comes as a blow for many.
- You’ve likely heard of Bitcoin, Ethereum, or even Dogecoin, but you may not have heard of “Fedcoin,” an informal name some have used for the idea of a digital currency tied to a central bank, namely the Federal Reserve. Chances are you’ve got central bank currency in your pocket or wallet now—like a five-dollar bill. But what about a central bank digital currency? How would that work? “Depending on its design, a CBDC [central bank digital currency] could be a substitute for cash for the first time in history and could directly compete with bank deposits, though central banks worldwide are adamant these are not their intentions,” [As for Jared Rand prediction this will pop out once they will crash the “unruled” cryptos]
- A powerful blast at Romania′s biggest oil refinery on Friday has killed one person and left at least four other workers injured. Around 50 firefighters were deployed to the scene after the explosion rocked the Navodari Petromidia refinery on the Black Sea coast. The refinery’s operations “have been stopped as a security measure,” said the Kazakh KazMunayGas (KMG) group that owns the oil processing site.
- A judge has ruled that dozens more documents about Ghislaine Maxwell’s personal affairs should be made public, including some that could reveal more about her finances and her relationship to the Clintons. Judge Loretta Preska said that unsealing the documents would not impact Maxwell’s right to a fair trial in November as her lawyers have claimed. Among the documents which will be made public in two weeks’ time will be Maxwell’s efforts to quash requests from Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who sued Maxwell for defamation, to obtain her financial records. Giuffre’s lawyers demanded a vast array of documents from Maxwell including ‘funding received from the Clinton Global Initiative and the Clinton Foundation,’ according to court filings.
- Belarus’ chief Alexander Lukashenko on Friday ordered the closure of the border with Ukraine, in search of to dam what he referred to as an influx of weapons to coup-plotters detected by his safety companies, BelTA state information company reported. Lukashenko, who has repeatedly accused Western ill-wishers of making an attempt to oust him from energy, mentioned insurgent teams that have been planning to hold out a coup had been uncovered in Belarus. “An enormous quantity of weapons is coming from Ukraine to Belarus. That is why I ordered border-security forces to completely shut the border with Ukraine,” Lukashenko mentioned.
- Archaeologist discovers 6,000 year-old island settlement off Croatian coast. Mate Parica was examining satellite images of Croatia’s coastline when he spotted something unusual. “I thought: maybe it is natural, maybe not,” said Parica, a professor at the University of Zadar. The image showed a large, shallow area on the seabed jutting out from the eastern shore of the island of Korcula. Parica and a colleague decided to dive at the site and discovered what they believe is a Neolithic settlement from around 4,500 years BC, built on a small piece of land that was connected to the main island by a narrow strip. The pair found the remains of stone walls which had surrounded the settlement, as well as tools and other objects used by the inhabitants.
- Peyo and his owner once competed at dressage events. Now they spend their time doing rounds in a French hospital, often staying with sick people until the end. ‘With Peyo, we try to recreate life at the end of life, in order to fight, and create an energy to accompany families and caregivers,’ says his trainer, Hassen Bouchakour. Peyo and Bouchakour work with Les Sabots du Coeur, an organisation devoted to therapy, and with scientists who are studying Peyo’s ability to reduce patients’ anxiety and comfort people in pain.
- Thousands of young girls are being sold into marriage in Mexico. In some rural areas, 200,000 pesos – $9,500 – will buy a child bride. There are thousands of children like these in the villages perched in the mountainous heights, where few people ever come. They were sold to their husbands at a very young age, following an ancestral custom that the passing of the centuries has failed to erase. In fact, the opposite is true: over the past few decades, money stemming from migration to the United States has converted these children into merchandise that can reap 200,000 pesos ($9,500, €8,480), or more. A fortune that turns mud huts into concrete houses and pays for a wedding with live music and barbecued meat, washed down with plenty of beer. And that condemns the girls to a cruel marriage in which the slightest complaint is dismissed with the same four words: “I paid for you.”
News Burst 3 July 2021 – Bonus Video
Crop Circle – Avebury Wiltshire July 2, 2021
News Burst 3 July 2021 – Bonus Video
Statues of Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II have been toppled, desecrated, and damaged by a violent mob during protests in Canada on the country’s national day over the country’s colonial past.
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