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  • ​Stromboli volcano (Italy): new lava flow on Sciara del Fuoco from vent at 700 m elevation. The volcano observatory reported that a new lava flow has been observed emerging from a new vent at 700m beneath the northern crater area. The lava flow is descending the Sciara del Fuoco and producing (small) pyroclastic flows. Volcanic tremor is very high, suggesting a significant rate of lava effusion. Whether or not the lava flow has already reached the sea is currently unclear.

 

  • The world’s oldest known picture story is a cave painting almost 6,000 years older than the previous record holder, found about 10km away on the same island in Indonesia, an international team of archaeologists has said. The painting, believed to be at least 51,200 years old, was found at Leang Karampuang cave on the east Indonesian island of Sulawesi, researchers from Griffith University, Southern Cross University and the Indonesian National Research and Innovation Agency wrote in the journal Nature. Samples were collected in 2017, but weren’t dated until earlier this year. The previous record holder was a lifesize picture of a wild pig believed to be created at least 45,500 years ago in a cave at Leang Tedongnge. The recently discovered painting is of three therianthropes – or human-animal hybrids – and a wild pig.

 

  • An Airbus A320-200 operated by Sky Vision Airlines on behalf of Nesma Airlines, registration SU-SKC, operating flight NE-130 from Cairo (Egypt) to Taif (Saudi Arabia), was en route at FL310 over the Red Sea at approximately 150 miles northwest of Jeddah (Saudi Arabia). Arabia) when the first officer told the passengers via the Palestinian Authority that the captain had just died and that they needed to divert to Jeddah. The plane landed safely on Jeddah’s runway 34C about 30 minutes later. The second pilot took control of the plane and announced the shocking news to passengers, causing panic and illness on board. The decision to inform passengers, rather than maintaining discretion to avoid reckless reactions, has generated controversy among industry experts. The accident happened on June 12th but the authorities announced it yesterday.

 

  • An Italian family received dozens of pizzas, sushi and beers that they had never ordered. It would seem that behind these orders there is a 22 year old boy, who would be the ex-boyfriend of one of the daughters. What in the eyes of many could be a joke, could actually amount to some crimes. In the following days, the fake deliveries continued: a florist, a locksmith and a funeral home showed up. The continuous sending of unsolicited objects and food could in fact be considered as an action detrimental to the person’s private tranquility. This crime is punished with imprisonment of up to six months or a fine of up to 5 thousand euros.

 

  • The world’s largest fusion reactor has finally been assembled, but it won’t run for another 15 years, project scientists have announced. The International Fusion Energy Project (ITER) fusion reactor, consisting of 19 massive coils looped into multiple toroidal magnets, was originally slated to begin its first full test in 2020. Now scientists say it will fire in 2039 at the earliest. This means that fusion power, of which ITER’s tokamak is at the forefront, is very unlikely to arrive in time to be a solution for the ‘climate crisis.’

 

  • Norwegian Minister of Culture and Gender Equality Lubna Jaffery was featured on the Skeiv Preik (‘Queer Sermon’) talk show, affiliated with Oslo Pride, where she was given the prestigious award recognizing her as the top patron of queers. Footage from the event shows the minister onstage holding the award – a large pink bow with the golden inscription “Fag Hag.” Jaffery then proceeds to expose her breasts, adorned by nothing but two tasseled nipple covers. She received lengthy applause from the audience. The controversial act received praise from the country’s top leadership.

 

  • The African continent became a place where great trading empires were born and flourished during the Middle Ages. The Mali Empire, which covered the territories of modern Mali, Guinea, Senegal, Niger, and Mauritania, existed from the 13th to the 16th centuries. Originating in the vicinity of West Africa’s main trade and logistics artery, the Niger River, the empire became known throughout the world and reached its peak of prosperity thanks to one of its rulers, Mansa Musa. According to various studies, Mansa Musa was in power for more than two decades – from 1307/1312 to 1332/1337 – and became the ninth ruler, or mansa, of the empire. Translated from the Maninka language, mansa means ‘king’ or ‘ruler’. Despite his relatively short reign, his rule led to the rapid economic development of the Mali Empire, the expansion of its territory, and a rise in science and culture.

 

  • Military-age men reportedly posed as social workers to accompany children who were being evacuated to Germany. Officials working with the Ukrainian social services used a group of orphans who were being evacuated to Germany to sneak their family members out of the country following the outbreak of the conflict, its human rights ombudsman has claimed. Kiev banned all men of military age from traveling abroad without a special permit days after hostilities with Russia began in February 2022. However, Dmitry Lubinets revealed details of a potentially criminal scheme on Wednesday, which was aimed at getting Ukrainian men out of the country. The alleged plot was uncovered earlier this year, when an official from the ombudsman’s office went to check on a group of 68 children from the Ukrainian foster system who had been living in Wuppertal, Germany since 2022. They found that 13 children were missing and the group was unaccompanied by any Ukrainian carers.

 

  • Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that Ankara and Moscow would continue strengthening economic ties with the aim of increasing their annual trade turnover to $100 billion. He made the remarks during his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in the Kazakh capital Astana. “Currently the volume [of trade] is $55 billion,” Erdogan stated, adding that the two sides believe they can achieve their goal of doubling that figure. Putin declared that relations between the two countries had been developing consistently despite the complicated global situation. Moscow and Ankara are pursuing major joint projects as planned, he said, adding that “there’ve been no hitches.”

 

  • Students who enrolled in a fake university set up by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) as part of a sting operation can sue the U.S., an appeals court ruled last week. The ruling by a three-judge panel of the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower court decision that dismissed a complaint against the U.S. by an Indian student named Ravi Teja Tiyagurra. The University of Farmington was created by ICE in 2015 in Michigan. According to the appeals court ruling, Ravi said in his 2021 complaint that he was unaware the apparent university was not a real school and paid thousands of dollars to enroll as a student. He alleged that he had “entered into a contract” with the University of Farmington for education services and that the university “had breached that contract, and the contract’s implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing,” per the decision. “The government’s operation eventually came to light, but the government neither provided the paid-for education nor gave Mr. Ravi his money back,” the judges wrote in the ruling.

 

  • Locals and tourists are being warned against urinating in the ocean near any of the 25 beaches that Marbella boasts as authorities could slap them with a $1,200 fine. The increased fine was approved by the city council on June 21 in a bid to preserve the cleanliness of beaches and safeguard the environment, with the fine almost double what was previously in place. It is unknown how authorities will fine people caught guilty of “physiological evacuation in the sea and on the beach”, however, it is believed on-duty lifeguards will likely enforce it. A beachgoer in Marbella responded to the ban in jest, saying to the local TV channel, “Who is going to realise someone is taking a leak, the jellyfish?”
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News Burst 10 January 2024 The cockpit voice recorder data on the Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 9 jet which lost a panel mid-flight was overwritten, US authorities said, renewing attention on an industry call for longer in-flight recordings. This is what aerospace...

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News Burst 9 January 2024 Health and lifestyle influence the risk of late-onset dementia. Is this true when disease begins before age 65? Yes, according to researchers led by Stevie Hendriks and Sebastian Köhler, Maastricht University, the Netherlands. In the December...

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News Burst 8 January 2024 A panel of United Nations experts Wednesday “expressed alarm” over Alabama’s planned execution of a death row inmate later this month by nitrogen hypoxia. Kenneth Eugene Smith is set to be executed Jan. 25 by the practice, which the panel...

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News Burst 7 January 2024 British police are reportedly investigating the sexual abuse of a child's avatar in the metaverse - prompting the NSPCC to warn that tech firms must do more to protect young users. Online abuse is linked with physical abuse in the real world...

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News Burst 6 January 2024 According to a New York Times report, graphics editor Jeremy White was informed that his email address was procured via ChatGPT by an IU Ph.D. candidate, Rui Zhu. Zhu and his team were able to obtain White's and those of over 30 NYT employees...

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News Burst 5 January 2024 An analysis by the Financial Times of 15 defence groups, including the largest US contractors, Britain’s BAE Systems and South Korea’s Hanwha Aerospace, found that at the end of 2022 — the latest for which full-year data is available — their...

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