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  • The World Health Organization said that monkeypox constitutes a “moderate risk” to overall public health at global level after cases were reported in countries where the disease is not typically found. Colombian leftist Gustavo Petro came out on top in the first round of the Andean country’s presidential election and will face a surprise contender – businessman Rodolfo Hernandez – in a second round on June 19. Self-styled ‘king of TikTok’ Hernandez is betting his plain anti-corruption message will take him to the top job.

 

  • Scientists from Monash University in Australia believe they have finally discovered the true source of the magma that Kilauea, Earth’s most active volcano located in Hawaii, has been spewing. Previously, they considered a shallow chamber located 11 kilometres under the surface to be the source for the frequent eruptions. However, recent studies showed that the magma came from a chamber located as deep as 100 kilometres underground.

 

  • A group of researchers from the SumOfUs NGO has experienced assorted abuse and violence on the Meta-owned Horizon Worlds metaverse platform. A fresh report from the group, titled ‘Metaverse: another cesspool of toxic content’, revealed that their virtual reality experience involved racial abuse, gun violence and even rape. The report bemoaned a lack of moderation on the platform, describing it as a “breeding ground for harmful content.” “Within a few minutes of logging into the platform, SumOfUs researchers experienced homophobic slurs, gun violence (including a shoot out at a house party), drugs laid out on a table, and a user stalking the researcher and following her into different worlds,” the report read. The NGO backed-up its allegations by posting in-game footage of the behavior. One of the researchers, a young woman using an avatar with a female voice and appearance, claimed she was “raped” by a user, while others watched. The experience was described as “disorienting” and “confusing” by the researcher.

 

  • The first hurricane of the eastern Pacific season strengthened as it spiraled toward the southern coast of Mexico, with maximum sustained winds of 110 mph that are expected to worsen before the storm makes landfall.

 

  • A man disguised as an elderly woman attacked the iconic Mona Lisa painting at the Louvre in Paris on Sunday. Art lovers at the museum were shocked after what appeared to be an elderly woman suddenly jumped out of a wheelchair, rushed towards Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece, and smeared cake cream on it. The perpetrator, who turned out to be a young man wearing a wig, was swiftly detained by security. As the guards were escorting him out of the room, he shouted in French: “Think of the Earth. Artists think of the Earth. All artists think of the Earth. That’s why I did it.”

 

  • Hopes were fading in Nepal of finding any survivors among the 22 people aboard a small plane that crashed into a Himalayan mountainside.

 

  • Beijing’s efforts to improve economic and security cooperation in the Pacific hit a roadblock after a summit with 10 Pacific island nations in Fiji on Monday failed to reach a consensus. Some of the invited nations have expressed concerns that China’s involvement in the region’s security could lead to geopolitical tensions with the US and its allies. Nevertheless, China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi insisted that Beijing will continue having in-depth discussions and consultations with the region to shape more consensus on cooperation. He also urged those who are concerned with China’s activity in the Pacific islands to not be “too anxious,” pointing to the fact that Beijing has supported developing countries around the world for decades, including in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean.

 

  • Turkey will not approve Finland and Sweden’s bids to join NATO until they properly address Ankara’s concerns over their alleged support for terrorist organizations, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said, promising not to repeat “past mistakes.” “For as long as Tayyip Erdogan is the head of the Republic of Turkey, we definitely cannot say ‘yes’ to countries which support terrorism entering NATO,” the Turkish leader told reporters on returning from a trip to Azerbaijan, according to state media reports on Sunday. The Sweden and Finland accession requires the unanimous consent of all 30 member states, and Turkey has threatened to block the process unless the two countries crack down on groups it considers extremists.

 

  • Russia’s operations in Ukraine has reconfigured the global oil market, with African suppliers stepping in to meet European demand and Moscow, stung by Western sanctions, increasingly tapping risky ship-to-ship transfers to get its crude to Asia.

 

  • Norwegian Air has agreed to buy 50 Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft and secured options for a further 30 of the planes at an undisclosed price, ending a contract dispute between the two firms. The deal is a boost for Boeing after the Oslo-based airline earlier this year said it would consider switching to rival Airbus.

 

  • The Department of Homeland Security suspended the Disinformation Governance Board, an internal government panel dubbed by the US public as a ‘Ministry of Truth’, in May. The appointment of former DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff to review and assess the board’s future has triggered a new wave of criticism. According to The Nation, “Warnings about the danger of government-run disinformation policing came from across the political spectrum” with a diversity of actors dubbing the newly-established entity an “Orwellian Ministry of Truth.”  The Nation noted that in StopFake episode 117, released on 29 January 2017, Jankowicz strongly defended Ukrainian volunteer battalions while an on-screen graphic displayed patches of four paramilitaries: Aidar, Dnipro-1, Donbas and Azov, which were not only notorious for crimes against eastern Ukrainian civilians, but also embraced a neo-Nazi ideology.

 

  • Italian catholic monks have complained about tough workplace conditions, pointing at burnout and lack of support from their superiors, The Times has reported. The exorcists particularly lamented the lack of assistance in dealing with long lines of people who claim satanic possession. According to the report, the monks shared their grievances with researchers from a Vatican-approved religious university at Regina Apostolorum’s 16th Annual Exorcism Course in Rome. The course was attended by over a hundred people. The survey conducted by the religious university said there are 290 exorcists currently working in Italy, and 37 in Spain. The UK and Ireland have 28 working professionals. One of the main concerns brought up by the monks was that they need more support in determining whether the people who arrive or are brought for exorcism are actually possessed, or just suffering from mental health disorders..
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