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- Research on keeping secrets, published in an online issue of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, could help to identify which people one might safely divulge one’s innermost thoughts, sentiments and actions to. The research, titled ‘Morality, punishment, and revealing other people’s secrets’ by Jessica Salerno of Arizona State University and Michael Slepian of Columbia University, is based on a series of nine studies. “Across a wide variety of commonly kept secrets – ranging from being unhappy at work to sexual infidelity – people revealed other people’s secrets 30 percent of the time on average,” said Salerno, adding: “Across many studies and situations, people were significantly more likely to reveal someone else’s secret if they considered the secret to be an immoral behaviour.”
- The eight-year conflict has wrought terrible tragedy on the humans involved. But there is another group which has been swept up in this whole sorry affair and is often overlooked – the region’s animals. People were fleeing the war. When it became dangerous to live in Donbass, thousands of refugees left their homes and apartments. Many men stayed behind to defend their towns and villages, but they sent women, the elderly, and children as far away as possible from the bombs and shelling. They often took only the bare essentials which often excluded pets. But animals were abandoned even more frequently because their owners had been killed. There were hundreds of thousands of hungry, wounded, and unwanted animals: dogs, horses, and cats on the streets of towns and villages of Donbass.
- A rally in support of Article 9 of the Japanese constitution that renounces the possession of armed forces by Japan and denies war as a means of resolving international disputes, is being held in Osaka. Constitution Memorial Day, celebrated in Japan on 3 May, has brought demonstrators to the Ogimati Park to speak against the revision of the war-denouncing constitution adopted after World War II. The protesters are holding banners with appeals to maintain peace in Asia, halt hostilities in Ukraine and to avert amendments to Article 9. The rally is being successively addressed by the heads of various non-governmental organisations and student unions, with a video message from Akira Kawasaki, a member of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, also presented to the audience.
- For years, Israel has seen Russia as a state that helped to mediate between the Jewish state and the Palestinians, as well as keeping Syria and Lebanon’s Hezbollah at bay. This is the reason many Israelis are now worried that their foreign minister’s remarks will hurt ties between officials in Jerusalem and Moscow. Speaking to an Italian news outlet on Sunday, Lavrov refuted allegations that Ukraine, where his country is at present conducting a military operation, was free of Nazism solely because its president, Volodymyr Zelensky, is Jewish. “Zelensky’s argument is: How can there be Nazism in Ukraine if he is a Jew? I may be mistaken but Adolf Hitler had Jewish blood, too. This means absolutely nothing. The wise Jewish people say that the most ardent anti-Semites are usually Jews,” Lavrov said.
- Google has fired another AI researcher, shortly after that researcher wrote a paper challenging Google’s work that the company refused to publish. Sattajit Chatterjee is a machine learning scientist who, along with other researchers, authored a paper challenging earlier works by Google that asserted that computer AI could design computer chips much faster and more efficiently than human engineers. Google maintains that its original paper has been thoroughly vetted and that the paper by Chatterjee did not meet their standards.
- In an interview published on Tuesday by Italian daily Corriere Della Sera, Pope Francis speculated that “the barking of NATO at Russia’s door” could have driven Putin into launching the military campaign on February 24. “I can’t say if it was provoked, but perhaps, yes,” he said. Francis also said he requested a meeting with Putin during the early weeks of the conflict, but has still not received a reply. He said he had asked the Vatican’s top diplomat to contact the Russian president about setting up a meeting about three weeks into the hostilities. “We have not yet received a response and we are still insisting,” he told the paper.
- Ukraine’s ambassador to Germany, Andrey Melnyk, has described the country’s chancellor, Olaf Scholz, as an “offended liverwurst” over his refusal to pay a visit to Kiev after Ukrainian authorities snubbed German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier in mid-April. “To play an offended liverwurst doesn’t sound very statesmanlike,” Melnyk said, speaking to Germany’s DPA news outlet on Tuesday.
- Ex-Democratic Representative Tulsi Gabbard has claimed that former President Barack Obama is behind the White House’s new Disinformation Governance Board, suggesting the current commander in chief is merely a figurehead for the project. “Biden is just a front man,” Gabbard said in a tweet on Sunday, sharing footage from an April 21 speech by former President Obama centered on “disinformation and challenges to democracy in the digital realm.”
- If Ferdinand Marcos Jr. triumphs in the upcoming Philippines presidential election, he will wield broad powers over government agencies seeking to recover as much as $10 billion plundered by his namesake father during his autocratic rule.
- The leak of more than 2000 documents that prove the responsibility of George Soros and Open Society in the manipulation of elections in all european countries.
- The world’s most popular cryptocurrency – Bitcoin – has become legal tender in the Central African Republic. Lawmakers unanimously voted to adopt Bitcoin alongside the country’s traditional currency, the CFA franc, and the country’s President signed the measure into law on Wednesday, the president’s office said in a statement. The law also legalizes the use of digital currencies and makes cryptocurrency exchanges exempt from tax. The move “places the Central African Republic on the map of the world’s boldest and most visionary countries”, the presidency said. The opposition, however, disagreed, saying that the law is aimed at undermining the regional currency that’s backed by France and pegged to the euro.
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A town just outside the Colombian capital Bogotá is battling great blobs of foul-smelling white foam. “The smell is terrible, we have had to put up with the smell for a long time, and now with this big foam we are afraid that we will be in danger, God forbid someone falls in there, we won’t be able to find them. ” resident Luz Mariela Diaz told AFP news agency.
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Dust and cosmic rays on the surface of the comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, with stars moving in the background. (Filmed by Rosetta’s OSIRIS instrument) ~ (Credit: ESA/Rosetta/MPS for OSIRIS Team MPS/UPD/LAM/IAA/SSO/INTA/UPM/DASP/IDA – CC BY-SA 4.0)
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