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  • The U.S. Department of Education says it will cancel all remaining federal student loans used to attend any campus of for-profit Corinthian Colleges Inc, which shut down in 2015 amid multiple federal and state investigations into whether it misled investors and students.

 

  • North Carolina lawmakers advanced legislation that would prohibit classroom instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity for some public school students.

 

  • A network of hidden tunnels was discovered by a team of archaeologists beneath the 3,000-year-old Chavín de Huántar temple complex in the Peruvian Andes. The tunnels contain earlier forms of construction made by the Indigenous Chavín people that have not previously been observed. The pre-Inca site was constructed by the Chavín people, originally from the Peruvian highlands, who first appeared in the Mosna Valley around 900 B.C.E. and remained until roughly 250 B.C.E. Across the Ancash region, the complex once operated as a major religious and administrative hub. The Chavín de Huántar temple complex has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.

 

  • China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group conducted its first successful satellite launch on Wednesday, sending nine into low earth orbit as it builds out a satellite network to provide more accurate navigation for autonomous vehicles.

 

  • A stuccoed stone head from a 1,300-year-old statue of an ancient Mayan maize god has been unearthed by archaeologists in Mexico. The head was found among ruins in Palenque. Located close to the Usumacinta River, Palenque (or Lakamha in the Itza language) was a Mayan city state in southern Mexico that ultimately ceased in the 8th century CE. The ruins there date from roughly 226 BCE to 799 CE. The former city is known for its impressive Mayan architecture, sculpture, roof comb, and bas-relief carvings.

 

  • The University of Edinburgh in Scotland has urged its students to report “misinformation” after one of its teachers was accused of spreading false Russian narratives. According to The Times and the BBC, while stating that it was committed to freedom of expression and creating a “safe space for staff and students to discuss controversial topics,” the university noted that it has a “strong view against the spread of misinformation” and asked students to report concerns they might have about teachers. The academic in question – Tim Hayward, a professor of environmental political theory at the University of Edinburgh – had retweeted a statement made by a Russian representative to the UN, who claimed that the alleged Russian bombing of a maternity hospital in Mariupol, Ukraine was a false flag operation.

 

  • Disgraced lawyer Michael Avenatti, who was once touted by the US media as a possible presidential candidate against Donald Trump, has been sentenced to four years in prison for defrauding porn actress Stormy Daniels. The sentence was handed down in a Manhattan federal court on Thursday by US District Judge Jesse Furman, who called the attorney’s behavior “brazen and egregious.” Avenatti was convicted in February of wire fraud and aggravated identity theft stemming from his embezzlement of nearly $300,000 in book profits of the porn actress . The lawyer had diverted the money to an account he controlled while insisting the publisher had yet to turn over the $297,000 advance payments she was owed. Avenatti is already serving time for trying to extort $25 million from sportswear giant Nike. He was convicted in 2020 and sentenced to two and a half years on that charge. Eighteen months of the new sentence will run concurrently, leaving the attorney in prison for a total of five years.

 

  • Tesla owner and CEO Elon Musk plans to cut 10% of the company’s workforce due to a “super bad feeling” he has about the economy, Reuters reported on Friday, citing an email form Musk to executives titled “pause all hiring worldwide.” The company has not yet commented on the plan, but the email came two days after Musk issued a warning to his employees, saying they should spend a minimum of 40 hours in the office per week or leave the company, as manufacturing “the most exciting and meaningful products of any company on Earth… will not happen by phoning it in.”

 

  • Rising child poverty in England contributes to the increase in the number of kids going into care, Liverpool University researchers said in a paper published in the June edition of Lancet Public Health. According to the report, between 2015 and 2020, 8.1% of the total number of children entering care “were linked to rising child poverty, equivalent to 10,351 additional children. Children’s exposure to poverty creates and compounds adversity, driving poor health and social outcomes in later life,” the report said.

 

  • The Netherlands, along with Germany, will start developing a new gas field in the North Sea, the Dutch government said on Wednesday. The joint project will drill for gas around 19 kilometers (12 miles) off the coast of the two countries, near the Dutch island of Schiermonnikoog and the German island of Borkum. The plan to drill on the Dutch-German border is not new, but it has taken on a new urgency in recent months amid the EU’s plan to move away from Russian energy, according to the report. Dutch State Secretary for the Extractive Industries Hans Vijlbrief “issued permits for the Dutch part today,” according to the statement, which added that “an accelerated procedure for the required permits is underway” in Germany. Last year, authorities of the German state of Lower Saxony opted not to issue permits for the project because of ecological concerns near the islands of Schiermonnikoog and Borkum. However, German and Dutch officials are “now making a different decision because of the war in Ukraine,” the Dutch ministry said.

 

  • Chinese military researchers say that China needs to develop the capability to disable or shoot down Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites, should Beijing deem it necessary, the Daily Mail reported last week, citing a Chinese study. According to a paper that was published in the Modern Defense Technology journal, China needs to boost its anti-satellite capabilities in order to track, monitor, and, if necessary, destroy Starlink satellites orbiting the Earth. The study was led by Ren Yuanzhen, a researcher with the Beijing Institute of Tracking and Telecommunications under the People’s Liberation Army Strategic Support Force. “A combination of soft and hard kill methods should be adopted to make some Starlink satellites lose their functions and destroy the constellation’s operating system,” the paper said. Starlink, a satellite constellation system operated by Elon Musk’s SpaceX, includes at least 2,400 satellite relays in low-Earth orbit that can facilitate broadband access to information. Although it can provide internet to developing countries, the satellites could also be used by the military, a reality Beijing is aware of.

 

  • The weapons that Washington and its allies send to Kiev are likely to end up in the global black market, Interpol Secretary General Juergen Stock said on Wednesday. Criminal groups already have their eyes on these shipments, the official told the Anglo-American Press Association in Paris. Stock urged Interpol member states to actively cooperate in tracing the arms delivered to Ukraine, adding that those who supply the weapons should play a major role in this effort. The Interpol chief also said he expects a wave of not just small arms, but heavy weapons to flood the international black market as soon as the conflict between Moscow and Kiev ends.

 

  • In Hindu mythology, the goddess Parvati is the wife of Hindu god Lord Shiva, who resided at Mount Kailash, a striking peak standing in the remote southwest corner of Tibet in the Himalayan Mountains. A woman staying illegally in a restricted area of Nabhidhang near the Indo-China border has refused to leave, claiming she is an incarnation of the goddess Parvati and will marry Lord Shiva, who lives on Mount Kailash. The woman, identified as Harminder Kaur, hails from the town of Aliganj in Uttar Pradesh.old the Press Trust of India.

 

  • [Always “rules for thee but not for me”]  “I use pledged and donated synonymous with each other.”

 

  • Representatives of Telegram provided the German Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) with access to users’ personal data in a number of cases related to child abuse and terrorism, Spiegel reported on Friday. According to the German newspaper, the data belong to suspected terrorists and child abusers. However, it is still difficult for German investigators to obtain information from representatives of Telegram in cases involving other criminal offences. In Germany, Telegram has become particularly popular among the so-called Querdenker (Lateral thinker) movement that opposes coronavirus restrictions and compulsory vaccination. In February, at the request of the German authorities, the messenger blocked 64 channels whose content the government considered “extremist.” This was preceded by threats from the interior minister, Nancy Faeser, to block the Telegram messenger throughout Germany.

 

  • Conceived as a measure aimed at tackling soaring numbers of illegal migrant crossings via the English Channel, the Rwandan deal was hailed by UK Home Secretary Priti Patel as a major milestone and an opportunity to defeat “evil people smugglers”. Syrian and Afghan refugees are believed to be among those who have begun to receive notices from the UK Home Office informing them of who has been designated for relocation to Rwanda in line with the deportation deal struck with the East African country, Sky News reported. 15 Syrians have been alerted to the fact they will be on the first such deportation flight in two weeks’ time, Zoe Gardner, head of policy and advocacy at the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI), was cited as saying.
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