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  • Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty of five out of six counts in her sex trafficking trial. The only charge Maxwell was not found guilty of was count two, which was enticement of an individual under the age of 17 to travel with intent to engage in sexual activity. Jurors submitted several requests to the judge earlier this week, including the legal definition of “enticement,” transcripts of testimony, colored highlighters, post-it notes, and a whiteboard. The socialite could face up to 65 years in prison.

 

  • Bhopal, in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradeshas and on the Tropic of Cancer, just shivered through its coldest night in 55 years. On Sunday, the mercury in the city plunged to 4 degrees Celsius (39.2F) — the coldest low since the 3.1C (37.6F) of December 11, 1966 (solar minimum of cycle 19) and easily the coldest of recent years, with 2018’s 4.9C (40.8F) coming the closest. Laxmi Sharma, 71, says Sunday’s bone-chilling cold reminded her of what it was like on that “freezing night” of Dec 11, 1966. “A bonfire was the only way to beat the chill 55 years ago. It was tough to survive the 3-degree cold without heaters and geysers. We sat around a bonfire outside our house.”

 

  • “The Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) is a global non-profit organisation with offices in London and Washington, DC. It campaigns for big tech firms to stop providing services to individuals who may promote hate and misinformation, including neo-Nazis and anti-vaccine advocates.” New analysis shows that posts linking to content from ten “superpolluter” publishers spreading climate misinformation account for up to 69% of Facebook interactions with climate denial content.
    1) Breitbart, the disinformation site once run by Steve Bannon
    2 Western Journal, whose founder claimed President Obama is Muslim
    3) Newsmax, a key promoter of election fraud conspiracies
    4) Townhall Media, founded by the Exxon-funded Heritage Foundation
    5) Media Research Center, a “think tank” that received funding from Exxon
    6) The Washington Times, founded by self-proclaimed messiah Sun Myung Moon
    7) The Federalist Papers, a site that has promoted Covid misinformation
    8) Daily Wire, one of the most engaged-with publishers on Facebook
    9) Russian state media, pushing disinformation via RT.com and Sputnik News
    10) Patriot Post, a secretive conservative site whose writers use pseudonyms

 

  • Temperatures in Alaska are again making rounds in the international news, with several high and low records broken or obliterated. The temperature at Kodiak Tide Gauge, Alaska hit 19.4 °C (67 °F) on December 26, 2021, setting a new December high temperature record for the state. This is 11.7 °C (20 °F) higher than the previous high-temperature record of 7.7 °C (46 °F) set on December 26, 1984.

 

  • US President Joe Biden has signed into law a $768 billion defense package. It represents an overall increase in military spending and includes $300 million to be set aside for security initiatives related to Moscow and Beijing. Biden signed the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) on Monday, marking a $25 billion increase on his original proposal and authorizing a 5% boost in US military spending from 2021. The vast spending package includes $300 million for the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative, which, according to supporters in the Senate, will be used to train and equip Ukrainian forces to defend against alleged “Russian aggression.” Another $150 million was earmarked for “Baltic security cooperation” – another project aimed at deterring Moscow – while a larger sum of $4 billion will be spent on the European Defense Initiative, which is intended to bolster Washington’s NATO allies.

 

  • An Australian national has claimed that an unusual quirk in Israeli family law is preventing him from leaving the country until the year 9999, unless he pays some NIS 350,000 ($112,000) in child support. Noam Huppert, a 44-year-old analytical chemist, said he received a “stay of exit” order from an Israeli court in 2013, limiting any ability to travel outside the country for another 7,978 years. Huppert moved to Israel in 2012, shortly after his wife, who is an Israeli citizen, returned to the country with their young children, who were three-months-old and five-years-old at the time. She filed for divorce a year later and a court ordered that Huppert pay NIS 5,000 ($1,600) per month until they turned 18.

 

  • The account of Dr. Robert Malone, a veteran vaccine researcher and a prominent voice of skepticism on the issue of universal inoculation against Covid-19, has been suspended by Twitter. Malone’s account had over 516,000 followers when the platform silenced him on Wednesday. It remains unclear if the suspension was automatic or done by a human. Twitter gave no immediate comment. Malone is a veteran virologist and vaccine developer, who is credited for significantly contributing to the invention of the mRNA technology, the foundation of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines against Covid-19. Amid the pandemic he emerged as a prominent critic of many of the policies taken in response to the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.

 

  • Amazon has updated its Alexa voice assistant after it “challenged” a 10-year-old girl to touch a coin to the prongs of a half-inserted plug. The suggestion came after the girl asked Alexa for a “challenge to do”. “Plug in a phone charger about halfway into a wall outlet, then touch a penny to the exposed prongs,” the smart speaker said. Amazon said it fixed the error as soon as the company became aware of it. The dangerous activity, known as “the penny challenge”, began circulating on TikTok and other social media websites about a year ago. Metals conduct electricity and inserting them into live electrical sockets can cause electric shocks, fires and other damage.

 

  • Ghislaine Maxwell has been found guilty, but the legal process is not over for Maxwell, 60, who is yet to be sentenced and faces a separate trial for perjury. So what happens next? She was found guilty of the most serious charge against her – that of sex trafficking, which alone carries a maximum sentence of 40 years. For the moment, Judge Nathan will be waiting to receive a pre-sentence report. This will be compiled by an impartial investigator who will look into things like Maxwell’s background, family, education and employment history to determine if any of these should influence the severity or leniency of the sentence. Sarah Krissoff, a former prosecutor with the Southern District of New York, told the BBC she expected a “very significant prison sentence” for Maxwell. While Maxwell awaits sentencing, she will be held in Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center, where she has been kept in isolation since July 2020, and has previously complained about the conditions.

 

  • The legal team of Prince Andrew has assembled for emergency talks shortly after Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty, The Mirror reported Thursday. According to the report, Maxwell’s verdict has sowed fear in Andrew’s attorneys, with concerns emerging about the severity of her counts. However, the lawyers think that Maxwell’s trial was “disastrous” for the credibility of Virginia Giuffre, who accuses Prince Andrew of sexually abusing her when she was underage. Her credibility, the legal team believes, was severely undermined by the fact that the prosecution refused to call her as a witness despite, being one of Epstein’s alleged victims. Nevertheless, many experts have already said that Prince Andrew’s chances to win the civil case may now shrink due to the guilty verdict of Maxwell, with whom he was friends.

 

  • Virginia Giuffre spoke to New York magazine’s The Cut on Wednesday after Maxwell was convicted in the New York Federal District Court. The jury found her guilty of five out of six charges of sex trafficking of minors and conspiracy. “I have been dreaming of this day for the last 10 years, not knowing that it was going to come,” Giuffre said. “It’s a bittersweet emotion because I have been fighting for so long.” She dubbed Maxwell the “devil’s right-hand man” for her role in finding and grooming girls like here — many of them underage — to feed Epstein’s perverted sexual appetite. “She’s definitely worse than Epstein. She used that charm, that wit, that smile to come off as somebody you want to trust,” Giuffre stressed. “She’s worse to me, more evil than Epstein. What Ghislaine did to so many of us, it’s unforgivable”.

 

  • As relations between NATO and Russia have arguably reached a new low amid reciprocal buildups and the alliance’s perennial expansion that Moscow seeks to halt, former NATO Ambassador and top Norwegian diplomat Kai Eide has reprimanded the bloc’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. According to Eide, the situation between NATO and Russia is dangerous and must be handled with care. The retired diplomat emphasised that while the language has been unnecessarily harsh from both sides, Moscow has a “traditional fear” of being surrounded by NATO. Therefore, the rhetoric must be toned down, he argued.

 

  • [Always “rules for thee but not for me”] The government of Boris Johnson and the prime minister himself have been accused of violating coronavirus safety rules, a claim the PM has denied despite two pictures showing Mr Johnson sitting close to officials at gatherings when COVID-19 restrictions banned social mixing between different households. No 10 officials and aides are “p**sing themselves” after being ordered to attend formal interviews as part of a probe into holding and attending parties in breach of government rules on COVID-19, The Times wrote, citing sources. According to the newspaper, Susan Gray, second permanent secretary at the Cabinet Office, who is leading the investigation, has demanded that civil servants and special advisers working in the heart of the government be questioned about the illegal gatherings
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Hong Kong

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Western Japan

Historic Snowfall Hits Western Japan

Snow records have been broken in Japan. Hikone has 73cm of snow on the ground, making it the heaviest for December since records began in 1893. Meanwhile, Sukayu, one of the snowiest inhabited areas in the world, has 213cm. Yet more snow is on the way.

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Crete Island

Crete Island

Massive shaking in the Greek island of Crete this early morning due to the near M6 earthquake at a depth of 70 km. We could expect some more near M5 movements in Europe in the next few days.

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News Burst 31 December 2021 - Cecconi Incident

Cecconi Incident, 1979

Pilot Giancarlo Cecconi encounters unknown craft moving erratically near Treviso AFB Italy, emitting a blue trail. It disappears after photos are taken. Pleiadians have specifically allowed military to document GF Crafts so the evidence would be recorded. ~ Kabamur

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Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano (Tonga)

An intense powerful explosion took place from the volcano at around 20:30 local time today as reported Volcanic Ash Advisory Center (VAAC) Wellington. A spectacular ash plume rose several kilometers above the summit and given the submarine volcano’s summit elevation (149 m), the eruption sent a tall ash cloud up to 15 km (50,000 ft) altitude. Sentinel-5 and TROPOMI satellite-based measurements of SO2 concentrations in the atmosphere detected about 9 kilotons extended to the north of the volcano. The loud explosion at the uninhabited island was heard about 170 km away from nearby islands as reported in social media.
From available satellite images and pictures, the presence of water is likely causing significant explosive interaction (phreatomagmatic activity) of water and magma.

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