News Burst 31 July 2020 - Live Feed

News Burst 31 July 2020

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  • After years of talking about abandoning the US dollar, Russia and China are doing it for real. In the first quarter of 2020, the share of the dollar in trade between the countries fell below 50 percent for the first time. To give an indication of the scale of the adjustment, just four years ago the greenback accounted for over 90 percent of their currency settlements. According to Moscow daily Izvestia, the share has dropped to 46 percent, tumbling from 75 percent in 2018. The 54 percent of non-dollar trade is made up of Chinese yuan (17 percent), the euro (30 percent), and the Russian ruble (7 percent).

 

  • John Kerry’s former security head, John Scott Moretti, was arrested in May for sexually sodomizing a 10 year old girl – multiple times. Moretti was a Department of State official. John Kerry was a Jeffrey Epstein “associate”. But, wait, there’s more. Moretti’s brother is a former CIA agent. And a priest. His name is “Father John Moretti”. John Kerry’s stepson & Hunter Biden are business associates of Whitey Bulger’s nephew, James. They received $1.5 billion dollars 2 invest in Chinese research companies. The Heinz family was funded by MELLON. Wexner also received grants from Mellon. Mellon funds the VATICAN. Reminder: John Kerry married into the Heinz family. His step son is Christopher Heinz. The connections overlap political lines. Republican. Democrat. It doesn’t matter, D and R is just for the flock. MELLON | FRICK | EPSTEIN. Mellon, Carnegie, and Frick were members of the South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club. Frick was in the coke business and known as the “Coke King”. Frick kept Carnegie Steel in business as a primary supplier. All of this was funded by the Mellon Bank. Frick is on the same block as Epstein’s New York Home on East 71st Street.

 

  • Just when you thought this year couldn’t get any worse, there’s more bad news. Mongolia has quarantined an entire region after identifying two people with symptoms of bubonic plague – only 300km from the frontier with Russia. According to local reports, a man and a woman from Mongolia’s western Khovd region are thought to have contracted the disease after eating raw marmot meat. Before the pair were hospitalized, at least 146 people had come into direct contact with them, and 504 had been indirectly exposed. Although Khovd is not directly adjacent to Russia, the border is just a five-hour drive away. However, experts think the disease poses no threat to the world’s biggest country.

 

  • Former CIA Director John Brennan, a vocal critic of President Trump, found out he had been blocked from accessing his classified notes and records while working on his new memoir. The White House confirmed the directive was being enforced, which is news considering the New York Times reported in May of last year that the president never revoked Brennan’s security clearance. “The President has constitutional authority to control access to classified information, which he exercised here in view of Mr. Brennan’s erratic behavior and the President’s belief that access to classified information should be solely for the benefit of the government and the American people,” White House spokesman Judd Deere said.

 

  • US Democratic Party Congresswoman Ilhan Omar was blasted on Twitter for proposing that police officers be swapped with mental health staff at schools. Many argued online that the idea would make the schools even less safe. Omar tweeted that “over-policing doesn’t make them safer – it criminalizes Black and brown students.” Along with fellow Representative Ayanna Pressley, Senators Elizabeth Warren and Chris Murphy, she proposed a bill to replace police officers at schools with mental health professionals.

 

  • Up to 800 million children around the world are being poisoned by lead from water and air pollution. One out of every three children is estimated to have levels of lead — a potent neurotoxin — in their blood that require immediate action to prevent long-lasting damage. “With few early symptoms, lead silently wreaks havoc on children’s health and development, with possibly fatal consequences,” said Henrietta Fore, UNICEF executive director. Childhood lead exposure has been linked to a range of behavioral problems, as well as kidney damage and cardiovascular conditions later in life. The problem, which occurs overwhelmingly in South Asia. Lead pollution comes from a variety of sources, including open-air furnaces, paint and petrol. Lead piping in many countries also produces dangerous levels of the chemical in drinking water supplies.

 

  • The South-East Asian Nations region lost about 33 per cent of its mangrove forests between 1980 and 2020, a decrease of more than 63,000sq km, said the ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity (ACB). Nations that comprise ASEAN have just around 43,000sq km of mangrove forests remaining and accounts for 42 per cent of the world’s total mangrove forests which provide critical breeding habitats for about 75 per cent of fish species caught in the oceans. The ACB statement was released on Sunday and coincided with the International Day for the Conservation of the Mangrove Ecosystem. The intent is to remind the public of the importance of mangrove forests and the value of dealing with mangrove deforestation. Apart from supporting the world’s food systems, mangroves are the planet’s protectors against the catastrophic consequences of climate change. They can store 10 times as much carbon as terrestrial ecosystems and specialized root systems make them natural buffer zones in coastal areas.

 

  • Rare footage of previously unidentified tigers prowling the Thai jungle has been lauded by conservationists as evidence of a recovery for the endangered animal. John Goodrich, chief scientist with conservation group Panthera, said: “It’s a good indicator that what we’re doing is working. We’re starting to see the recovery of tiger numbers in the area.” The zoologists said Southeast Asia is a key battleground in the fight to save the big cats, whose numbers globally have plummeted from about 100,000 a century ago to fewer than 4,000 today. Demand for their striking pelts and body parts in China and Vietnam, which fuels poaching, is largely to blame. To mark Global Tiger Day on Wednesday, conservation groups working in Thailand released rare photos and videos, the first in four years to capture previously unrecorded individuals in the country. Thailand has boosted its conservation efforts over the last decade and is now believed to be home to up to 200 tigers.

 

  • Alleged members of the Italian mafia group ‘Ndrangheta have been arrested in Argentina, Albania and Costa Rica for suspected smuggling of drugs and weapons, Interpol said. The suspects are believed to have links to the Southern Italian ‘Ndrangheta Bellocco clan, a mafia organisation that has been implicated in shipping cocaine from Argentina and Costa Rica, the police agency said in a statement. In a joint operation carried out by Interpol and the Italian police, three of the fugitive gang members were arrested in the Palermo barrio of Buenos Aires City on Tuesday and are in the process of being extradited back to Italy for trial. The detainees were identified as Giovanni Di Prieto, Fabio Ponpetti and Ferdinango Sarago. The three men stand accused of “illicit association, production of illicit drugs and illicit drug trafficking”.

 

  • Argentina this week started clinical tests on patients using a hyperimmune solution based on equine serum, a potential medicament for treating people with Covid-19. The previous week Argentina’s equivalent of the United States’ Food & Drug Administration, the Administración Nacional de Medicamentos, Alimentos y Tecnología Médica or ANMAT, had approved the research protocol for clinical studies of anti-Covid-19 hyperimmune serum, the biotech company Inmunova, developing the serum in co-operation with San Martín University, announced in a communiqué. These tests will permit “the evaluation of the safety and efficiency of what could be the first Argentine medicament for treating SARS-CoV-2 infection,” according to Inmunova.

 

  • New Delhi – With Eid ul-Adha, one of the biggest Muslim festivals of the year, around the corner, lawmaker Nand Kishore Gurjar from the state of Uttar Pradesh’s Hindu nationalist ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) caused a Twitterstorm when he controversially stated that people should “sacrifice their children instead of animals”. Two days after asking Muslims to sacrifice their kids rather than animals during the Eid festival, Nand Kishore Gurjar, a BJP legislator from the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, has refused to apologise or withdraw his remarks, the Hindi daily Aaj Tak has reported. The politician has told the daily that he received praise from the Muslim community and clarified his remarks by saying that the ritual slaughter leads to the accumulation of remains of the sacrificed animals, where contagious diseases like Coronavirus could originate. The statement has drawn attention from netizens, most of whom expressed shock at the insensitive remarks of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lawmaker. As per Islamic rituals, Eid ul-Adha is the festival of sacrifice. To mark the day, male goats, cows, sheep or camels are sacrificed and mutton dishes are prepared. This year, due to the pandemic, public gatherings are restricted. The festival will be observed today, 31 July.

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News Burst 31 July 2020 - Live Feed Giant panda Chu Xin- Birthday

Giant panda Chu Xin enjoys the birthday meal at the panda hall of Siberian Tiger Park in Changchun, northeast China’s Jilin Province, July 30, 2020. A birthday party was held to celebrate the fourth birthday of giant pandas Chu Xin and Mu Yun on Thursday.

News Burst 31 July 2020 – Bonus Video

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News Burst 31 July 2020 – Solar Activity

A stream of solar wind could graze Earth’s magnetic field on Aug. 2-3. The gaseous material is flowing from a northern hole in the sun’s atmosphere. Geomagnetic unrest and high-latitude auroras are possible when the solar wind arrives.

News Burst 31 July 2020 – Active Weather

Tropical Storm Isaias

Tropical Storm Isaias is moving toward the northwest near 20 mph (31 km/h) and a northwestward motion with some decrease in forward speed is expected over the next couple of days. On the forecast track, the center of Isaias will move near the Southeastern Bahamas by late tonight. Isaias is forecast to be near the Central Bahamas Friday night and move near or over the Northwest Bahamas and near South Florida on Saturday.

Maximum sustained winds are near 60 mph (95 km/h) with higher gusts. Strengthening is forecast during the next day or so, and Isaias is forecast to become a hurricane on Friday or Friday night.

News Burst 31 July 2020 – Earthquakes

July 3 2020

 

Europe   – M4.1 Poland


North America  M5.0 Alaska


Central America  M4.3 Guatemala


South America  M4.7 Falkland Islands


Asia  M5.8 Japan


Pacific  M5.7 Tonga


Deepest EQ  M4.2 284 km Indonesia

 

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News Burst 8 August 2020 – Live Feed

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Earth is entering a stream of debris from giant comet 109P/Swift-Tuttle, source of the annual Perseid meteor shower ~ Around 10,000 tonnes of ammonium nitrate are stored in the “Yuzhny” port in Odessa, at the open-air berth. That is four times more than that, in Beirut.

News Burst 7 August 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 7 August 2020 – Live Feed

Melbourne cops may now enter homes without warrant, after 11 people die of Covid. Australia’s second-largest city is now subjected to some of the most extraordinary Covid-19 lockdown measures on the planet, and all over an additional eleven deaths. This is an astonishing violation of civil liberties. Police officers should not be allowed to demand entry to a property without cause or due process.

News Burst 6 August 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 6 August 2020 – Live Feed

Russia’s state nuclear agency plans to remove several nuclear objects from the depths of Russia’s Arctic waters in an effort to reduce environmental hazards, Rosatom said this week as it presented a clean-up plan for the region. The company plans to lift the reactors from the K-11, K-19 and K-140 submarines as well as spent nuclear fuel from the reactor that served the Lenin icebreaker. In addition, two entire submarines will be lifted: the K-27 from the Kara Sea and K-159 from the Barents Sea. The K-27 is located in 33-meter depths east of the Novaya Zemlya archipelago. It has been described by experts as a potential radioactive “time bomb.” These six objects represent more than 90% of radioactive sources dumped at sea, Rosatom said.

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