News Burst 3 September 2020
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- An employee at an Indianapolis Starbucks has been given the pink slip after filming himself preparing a toxic “Blue Lives Matter” drink. A video posted to TikTok this week shows a worker calmly narrates: “First, we’re going to start with bleach all the way to the third line,” he says, pouring liquid into the cup. The employee then adds ice – “because cops love ice,” of course – before mixing in a thick red substance he dubs “a little blood of innocent black men.” While condemning the video, as well as “any behavior that threatens violence against others,” Starbucks tried to distance itself from the scandal, pointing the finger at Target, which houses and makes all hiring decisions for the location in question.
- Mark Zuckerberg has said he will donate $300 million to help ensure a “secure” election process amid the Covid-19 pandemic, while Facebook remains on the prowl for alleged “foreign interference” from Russia. Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan announced on Tuesday that they will donate the hefty pile of cash to “two non-partisan organizations” – the Center for Tech and Civic Life and the Center for Election Innovation & Research. In addition to the donations, Facebook has a goal of providing four million people with voting information, specifically information on “how to vote by mail in each state.”
- Norway is closely collaborating with the US to develop satellites for sea monitoring. The Norwegian surveillance satellite Norsat-3, which will be launched from French Guiana in South America this autumn. Norsat-3 is able to detect ships that are actively trying to avoid being detected, thus providing improved surveillance capabilities for the monitoring of shipping traffic in Norway’s territorial waters.
- López, father of Hermosillo mayor goes for a drive on Puerto Peñasco beach, Mexico. Driving on the beach is OK; “My daughter is mayor”.
- End of a dynasty? Joe Kennedy defeated in Senate primary. Congressman Joe Kennedy, long seen as a rising star, crashed to defeat Tuesday in his bid for a US Senate seat, the first time the storied American political dynasty lost a state election in Massachusetts. Incumbent Senator Ed Markey, a political veteran who re-cast himself as the fiery liberal in the race, harnessed the state’s progressive energy to handily turn back a primary challenge from Joseph Kennedy III, the grandnephew of assassinated president John F. Kennedy. The 39-year-old Kennedy said he called Markey “to congratulate him and to pledge my support” in the months ahead.”
- South Korea’s main opposition party changed its name for the second time in just seven months on Wednesday as it battles falling public support. The country’s political parties have a tendency to adopt new identities to try to sever ties with a tainted past or appeal to a wider audience. The conservative United Future Party (UFP) — a name it only adopted in February as it sought to relaunch itself ahead of parliamentary elections — declared itself the People’s Power Party.
- Ethnic Mongolians in China’s north have staged rare protests over changes to school curriculums that remove Mongolian language from core subjects, a show of defiance that has led to curfews in some areas, according to an advocacy group. New guidelines in the Chinese-administered Inner Mongolia region require elementary and secondary school subjects including history, politics and language to be taught in Mandarin beginning on September 1.
- In the past, Cambodia’s wild honey was considered the best in Southeast Asia, thanks to its tropical climate, range of floral nectars, and the productive and huge combs of the Giant Asian Honeybee (Apis dorsata). Honey and beeswax remain valuable ingredients in various medicines and condiments. But lately, the clearcutting of forests for commercial farming and illegal logging destroy bees’ habitat. Cambodia’s rate of deforestation is among the world’s fastest, with a survey published in June by U.S. and EU monitors showing that a major national forest lost more than one football pitch (1.76 acres) of woodlands to illegal logging every hour of 2019.
- American R&B singer Akon is moving ahead with plans to create a futuristic pan-African city, a “real-life Wakanda”. Construction will begin next year on the $6 billion project. Senegalese authorities have embraced him as a native son, introducing him by his given name Aliuane Thiam and praising him for investing in Africa at a time of such global financial uncertainty. On Monday, he traveled with government officials to the grassy fields in Mbodienne some 100 kilometers (62 miles) outside the capital where construction has yet to begin. On Monday, Akon said he hoped his project would provide much-needed jobs for Senegalese and also serve as a “home back home” for Black Americans and others facing racial injustices. Akon, who was born in the United States to Senegalese parents, spent much of his childhood in the West African country where in only 44 percent of rural households had electricity even in 2018.
- New York City moving are reporting a rush of customers so high it feels like “move out day on a college campus”. According to FlatRate Moving, the number of moves it has done has increased more than 46 percent between March 15 and August 15, compared with the same period last year. The number of those moving outside of New York City is up 50 percent — including a nearly 232 percent increase to Dutchess County and 116 percent increase to Ulster County in the Hudson Valley. The Times details the unprecedented boom in the suburban real estate as an increasingly online workforce is fed up with closures in the city, losing its appeal and vibrancy.
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Aerial photo taken on Sept. 1, 2020 shows the construction site of Kaizhou Lake grand bridge of Weng’an-Kaiyang expressway in southwest China’s Guizhou Province. The cable saddles on the main tower of Kaizhou Lake grand bridge of Weng’an-Kaiyang expressway were successfully installed on Tuesday.
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Moving Boxes Bound for St. Thomas
Federal authorities announced Tuesday that they seized $27million in undeclared cash aboard a ship bound for the US Virgin Islands, the largest such seizure ever in the region.
During the inspection, CBP K-9 indicated that there were suspicious items on pallets that contained several home moving boxes bound for St. Thomas. When CBP officers opened one of the boxes, they saw stacks of American greenbacks wrapped in vacuum-sealed packages
A study revealed that the molecules have been collecting in abundance within “protoplanetary discs” of gas and dust that are known to orbit each star. All that’s left needed to spark life on a planet is water and a viable distance from a host star, also known as the “Goldilocks zone,” researchers explained.
A group of amateur astronomers has observed a bright flash on Jupiter, which reportedly appeared after the gas giant was hit by an unknown object, ScienceAlert reported.
UK Chief of Defence Intelligence Lieutenant General Jim Hockenhull has said that the British military is “actively recruiting” new spies to be rapidly deployed in the Asian region as Washington, London, and Canberra heat up tensions with China amid a newly-announced security pact viewed by many as a counter to Beijing.
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