News Burst 3 March 2021
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- Myriads of locusts have been “bugging” Saudi Arabia since January, arriving in the kingdom from neighbouring countries. The authorities have been forced to double down on their efforts to combat the “invasion” with aerial spraying, according to Arab News. An astounding amount of the insects is covering every surface imaginable, be it the desert, trees, or city streets.
- Russia’s robot manufacturer Promobot said it was opening a research and development department and a special laboratory in the country’s Far East for creating hyper-realistic artificial skin for anthropomorphic robots. “Promobot is opening a research center and an office in Vladivostok. This is our second office in Russia and our fourth office globally. The Far Eastern department will focus on developments for Robo-C anthropomorphic robots: creation of artificial skin and 3D android models for further manufacturing of robots,” the company said.
- In a seldom occurring natural phenomenon, Iceland, the tiny North Atlantic nation has seen over 10,000 quakes since last Wednesday, and the tremors are continuing. The most violent of them so far have hit the capital area, as the tremors could be felt in the streets and homes of Reykjavik. Measuring 5.7 on the Richter scale, it is the most violent earthquake in the country for several years, Danish Radio reported.
- This spring, the Swedish government will present proposals to further tighten the requirements for the use of renewable fuels whenever possible. For the Armed Forces, however, this is a problem that may “limit” the possibilities to defend the country.In a referral to the government, the Armed Forces warned that the new climate requirements mean that the authority’s “ability to carry out given tasks”, including its main task of defending the nation, will be “limited”, and called to urgently investigate an exemption for the military.
- The Ebeko volcano on the Paramushir Island, part of Russia’s Kuril Islands archipelago, erupted Tuesday, disgorging columns of ash twice, the Russian Emergencies Ministry said. The crisis management centre of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Sakhalin Region reported the first ash eruption, which reached 1.3 miles high, on Tuesday morning. A second column built up to nearly one mile high later in the afternoon.
- All 279 kidnapped students of Government Girls Secondary School in Jangebe in the Nigerian state of Zamfara were released, Dr. Bello Matawalle, the state governor, said on Tuesday. Speaking with media, the governor said that all girls were returned without ransom. He mentioned that the authorities had been in contact with the abductors since the day of kidnapping and managed to reach an agreement on Monday.
- The Sinabung volcano in Indonesia’s North Sumatra province spewed a column of ash up to 3 miles into the sky on Tuesday, the local Tempo news outlet reported, citing the Volcanological Survey of Indonesia (PVMBG). According to the media outlet, the volcano has been active since Monday and has repeatedly spewed columns of ash up to 0.6 miles. At least 13 hot lava flows descended from the volcano on Tuesday morning. There have been no immediate reports about evacuations or damage.
- A London court has sentenced an oil company executive to three-and-a-half years in jail for his role in a $17 million bribery scandal in post-invasion Iraq. Paul Bond, the 68-year-old former sales manager of Dutch firm SBM Offshore was found guilty of two counts of bribery at Southwark Crown Court on Wednesday. His sentencing delayed until Monday after the judge was forced to self-isolate with COVID-19 symptoms. He was the fourth person to be convicted in the five-year Serious Fraud Office (SFO) into another firm, Monaco-based consultancy Unaoil, which represented an impressive portfolio of prominent Western engineering companies.
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