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  • Washington has not made any decisions regarding the withdrawal of its forces from Niger, where the military government has terminated a decade-long cooperation deal with the US, Pentagon Press Secretary Pat Ryder said at a briefing on Thursday. Niger’s military authorities, who took power following a July coup, announced on March 16 that they were canceling a 2012 defense cooperation agreement that had allowed about 1,000 US soldiers and civilian contractors to operate in the landlocked country.

 

  • In a bizarre and unprecedented situation, France has flagged what officials are calling a fake recruitment website which seeks volunteers to fight on behalf of Ukraine in the with Russia. It reportedly was made to look official, to the point of misleadingly presenting itself as a French government-promoted campaign. France’s defense ministry has shut down the website, saying it was created by malicious actors as part of a “disinformation campaign”. Ukraine’s armed forces have of late been desperate for new recruits while facing devastating losses and thus face a severe manpower shortage.

 

  • On Wednesday the federal government announced that it would provide a $1.5 billion loan to restart a nuclear power plant in southwestern Michigan. NJ-based Holtec International acquired the 800-megawatt Palisades plant in 2022 with plans to dismantle it, but with support from the state of Michigan and the Biden administration, the emphasis has shifted to restarting the nuclear power plant by late 2025 instead. What is remarkable is not that the US is throwing some money at a nuclear power plant – since the US sells $1 trillion in debt every 100 days, it may as well go full “Brewster’s Millions” (or rather “Trillions”) and spend it all asap; it is that this would be the first nuclear power plant to be reopened in the US, setting a precedent as atomic energy makes a triumphal comeback. Sure, it still faces hurdles, including inspections, testing and the blessing of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, but those are just formalities: watch as new NPPs start springing up across the country next. ~ Tyler Durden

 

  • Japan’s Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry will conduct inspections based on Food Sanitation Law to Kobayashi Pharmaceutical’s factories which manufacture material for benikoji red rice mold on Saturday, Keizo Takemi, health minister, said on Friday. Takemi told reporters about the ministry’s policy about a series of problems related to the company’s supplements containing benikoji after he attended a meeting of relevant ministers concerning measures to deal with benikoji-related products. At the meeting, participants confirmed that measures to improve system on “Food with Functional Claims” would be compiled by the end of May.

 

  • The Federal Aviation Administration should expedite its plan to curb United Airlines’ growth, including preventing the carrier from adding new routes, following a series of safety incidents in recent weeks and another incident on Thursday evening. Last night, United Flight 990, a Boeing 777-200 traveling from San Francisco to Paris, was diverted to Denver International Airport when the pilots reported engine issues.

 

  • Two videos have gone viral on X showing FBI agents visiting people’s houses to ask questions about offensive social media posts. The first clip shows three people who claim to be FBI agents visiting a woman called Rolla Abdeljawad at her home in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The woman asks them to identify themselves, but they refuse to do so while being filmed, before claiming they had already shown the woman their IDs. “What we’d like to do is have a conversation with you about some social media posts that you’ve made, would you be willing to talk to us about that?” asks one of the agents. The woman refuses to talk until she has a lawyer present, before the agent asks her for contact information. “No, I’ll get back to you,” states Abdeljawad. Another agent then asks the woman to have her attorney “contact the FBI office in Oklahoma City.” Abdeljawad is told by one of the agents that “Facebook gave us a couple of screenshots of your accounts.”~ Paul Joseph Watson

 

  • The Namibian’s Cosdec Swakopmund agriculture project aims at promoting agriculture, strengthening food security, increasing employment and reducing waste. The Community Skills Development Centre’s project was established in 2021 and has so far recorded a number of success stories. The project has so far provided training to more than 200 community members through the delivery of the six-week course entitled: “Vegetable gardening for beginners”. This has enabled trainees to grow their own food and be able to provide for their families, sell any excess to increase household income and set up commercial vegetable production at their farms throughout Namibia. The project has assisted 217 families, individuals and community organisations to establish backyard gardens through provision of basic starter kits and ongoing support.

 

  • Declassified obtains papers exposing UK covert military role in the African police state. British special forces officer has drafted a “crisis management” doctrine for Cameroon’s dictator. UK military adviser has close relations with Biya’s right-hand man and spy chief. British diplomats believe Cameroon, a country with 27 million inhabitants, is run by just five men and that there is “extensive corruption”. At the top is President Biya, who has ruled the Central African state with an iron fist for nearly 40 years. Now in his late 80s, he governs mostly from a luxury hotel in Switzerland. But Britain supports his regime and conducted six secret counter-terrorism operations in Cameroon last year, it can be revealed. They have code names like Cylix, Bacchus and Abbadide. Most of the operations involved training and “capacity building” for troops tackling the Boko Haram and Islamic State groups.

 

  • Satellite images from the Ukrainian city of Mariupol have revealed the ongoing construction of a Russian naval school, The Yomiuri Shimbun has learned. Recent analysis of the images and other information also found that housing complexes, presumably for Russians, are under construction in the occupied city, highlighting signs of further Russianization led by the governmnt of President Vladimir Putin. Russian forces took Mariupol full control of the city in May 2022.

 

  • As a speed boat carrying more than a dozen Somali pirates bore down on their position in the western Indian Ocean, the crew of a Bangladeshi-owned bulk carrier sent out a distress signal and called an emergency hotline. No one reached them in time. The pirates clambered aboard the Abdullah, firing warning shots and taking the captain and second officer hostage, Chief Officer Atiq Ullah Khan said in an audio message to the ship’s owners. “By the grace of Allah no one has been harmed so far,” Khan said in the message, recorded before the pirates took the crew’s phones. The company shared the recording with Reuters.

 

  • The head of the United Nations agency for Palestine refugees called for the continued existence of the entity despite the alleged involvement of some of its local employees in the October attack by Hamas in Israel. “UNRWA is the main operational organization in Gaza,” U.N. Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) Commissioner General Philippe Lazzarini said in an interview with The Yomiuri Shimbun on Wednesday. “We used, before the war, to provide human development services, which mean public-like services — education, social protection, safety net.” Headquartered in East Jerusalem, UNRWA has 30,000 employees, 13,000 of whom are employed in the Gaza Strip.

 

  • The British government claims to have a ‘robust’ system for regulating the export of UK arms and military equipment around the world – but this is an illusion. In practice, UK controls on arms exports are all but voluntary, and Britain routinely arms states abusing human rights and those at war. Britain exported more than £11-billion worth of arms around the world in 2019 but UK ministers claim this trade is properly administered in a mantra that goes like this: “HM Government takes its export control responsibilities very seriously and operates one of the most robust arms export control regimes in the world. We consider all export applications thoroughly against a strict risk assessment framework and keep all licences under careful and continual review as standard.”

 

  • Over two million years ago, a giant asteroid slammed into Mars, scarring the surface with one massive crater and around two billion smaller individual craters. These secondary craters appear across a region of 1,000 miles (1,800 kilometers), making this asteroid event one of the biggest impacts seen on the Red Planet in relatively recent history. Asteroids massive enough to create widespread destruction like this are estimated to impact Mars just once every 3 million years. The impact occurred at the equator of Mars in a region humanity has named Elysium Planitia; it left behind a main, 8.6-mile (13.9-km) wide and 0.62-mile (1-km) deep crater called Corinto. The secondary craters from the impact, on the other hand, range in size from 656 feet (200 meters) to 0.8 miles (1.3 km) in diameter and extend outward in a large “ray system,” according to the scientists behind the results.

 

  • Last November, when NASA’s Lucy spacecraft flew past its first official asteroid target named Dinkinesh, it found the space rock was not one, not two but three rocks huddled together. While scientists were surprised to spot Selam, Dinkinesh’s natural satellite, they were shocked to discover that Selam itself was, in fact, two objects melded together. Dinkinesh (Amharic for “marvelous”) was randomly selected as an engineering test for Lucy’s terminal tracking system that allows the spacecraft to autonomously pinpoint an asteroid’s location and keep it within its field of view. Scientists said they had conservative requirements for the probe’s stability. “We totally blew those requirements out of the water,” said John Spencer, the mission’s deputy project scientist at the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in Texas. “We had pin sharp images all the way through the encounter.”
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