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- An advanced US naval ship which has been operating in Irish-controlled waters for four months with its transmitter turned off is causing concern among Irish defence officials. The Virginia Ann, which is fitted with equipment capable of subsea operations, left Cork on Thursday morning, where it was being resupplied, and is currently sailing west. This developments suggests that a joint US-Anglo operation involving the planting of explosives on undersea cables off the Irish coast, in a bid to blame Russia on the ensuing explosion and thus, fast-track Ireland towards full NATO membership, is either planned or has already been put in place. Indeed, the exact same script played out last September when, during a referendum held in Donbass, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia on rejoining Russia, explosions would destroy the Russian-owned Nord Stream 1 pipeline in the Baltic Sea. In the weeks following the Nord Stream explosion, strong evidence would emerge linking the British government to the attack, and in February of this year, acclaimed US journalist Seymour Hersh would publish a piece outlining Washington’s role in the blast.
- An outbreak of COVID-19 developed during a conference held by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) despite most attendees being vaccinated. About 1,800 CDC staffers and others gathered in April at a hotel in Atlanta, where the CDC is based, for a conference focused on investigations and epidemiological strategies. On April 27, the last day of the conference, several people notified the organizers that they had tested positive for COVID-19. The CDC and the Georgia Department of Public Health worked together to screen participants to try to figure out how many people had tested positive. “The goals were to learn more about the transmission that occurred and to increase our understanding as we move to the next phase of COVID-19 surveillance and response ,” the CDC said in a May 26 statement. About 80% of the participants filled out the survey. Of these, 181 said they tested positive for COVID-19. Every person who reportedly tested positive was vaccinated, a CDC spokesperson told The Epoch Times by email.
- A military conflict between China and the US would have terrible consequences not only for the two countries, but for the whole world, Beijing’s Defense Minister Li Shangfu has said during a summit in Singapore. According to the minister, those trying to create “NATO-like” military blocs in the Indo-Pacific are looking “to hold countries in the region hostage and play up conflict and confrontation.” He was apparently referring to the AUKUS pact agreed between the US, UK and Australia in 2021. Li also reiterated Beijing’s stance that “Taiwan is China’s Taiwan, and how to resolve the Taiwan question is a matter for the Chinese to decide.”
- The Biden administration is reportedly trying to secure Japanese supplies of TNT for US-made 155mm artillery shells in Washington’s attempt to arm the Ukrainian military. “Since it came to power, the Biden administration has pursued a very intense policy of mobilizing and closing ranks with its European allies and allies in Asia,” Igor Istomin, lead researcher at the Center for Advanced Americans, told Sputnik . Studies, MGIMO University. . “And in this regard, they are actively trying to involve the Asian allies in the strategy of putting pressure on Russia and supporting the transfer of weapons to Ukraine. Therefore, the fact that Japan is involved in this business is not surprising.”
- Jabbar Odeh, one of the leaders of Iraq’s Coordination Framework Alliance, was cited by al-Maloumah news agency as making the statement in an interview on Saturday night. “The US foreign policy is based on creating sedition and international conflicts and disputes, because Washington is the heir and follower of the British policy, which is the policy of divide and rule,” Odeh said. Pointing to the various kinds of support the United States provides to the groups near the border in the Kurdistan region, the Iraqi politician said Washington is using the terrorist groups as “leverage” to turn the area into a scene of regional conflict. “We consider the presence and activity of these groups around the Iraqi borders with neighboring countries as illegal since Iraq’s Constitution has emphasized the prohibition of any activity against neighboring countries bordering Iraq,” Odeh said. “Through the financial support of armed groups, the United States is jeopardizing the security of the Iraqi Kurdistan region and pushing the region towards a dangerous direction.” Odeh said the terrorist groups, which are hiding in the heights of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, are “tools” at the disposal of the American intelligence services.
- Cambridge University is teaching students that the Anglo-Saxons never existed as a distinct ethnic group, in an effort to “dismantle the… myths” of English nationalism, the Telegraph reported on Saturday. Liberal academics have long decried the term for its association with “whiteness.” Cambridge’s Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic (ASNC) will seek “to dismantle the basis of myths of nationalism – that there ever was a ‘British’, ‘English’, ‘Scottish’, ‘Welsh’ or ‘Irish’ people with a coherent and ancient ethnic identity – by showing students just how constructed and contingent these identities are and always have been,” the British newspaper reported, citing information from the university.
- Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Sunday that he receives 200 death threats every day and believes that tolerating them is an intrinsic part of presidential duties. “I am the president of the republic, and it is my job to put up with death threats. I don’t know if it is prosecutable officially or privately, for my part, there are over 200 death threats against me every day. When you are a president, learn to tolerate it,” Vucic told a briefing when asked to comment on the effigy that resembled him and was hanged at a Saturday opposition march.
- Disney’s Pixar Animation Studios has slashed 75 jobs, including the top crew members of 2022’s ‘Lightyear’, which was blocked from release in 17 countries because of its depiction of a homosexual kiss and ridiculed by conservatives in the West. ‘Lightyear’ director Angus MacLane and producer Galyn Susman were let go late last month, Reuters reported on Saturday. While MacLane was a relative newcomer to the studio, Susman had been at Pixar since the original ‘Toy Story’ movie in 1995. Including the two executives, a total of 75 positions were axed at Pixar.
- NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenbeg on Sunday called on Türkiye to drop its concerns over Sweden’s bid to join the military alliance, telling President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that Stockholm has met all of Ankara’s security demands. “Sweden has fulfilled its obligations.” NATO hopes to admit Sweden to the alliance in advance of its summit in Vilnius, Lithuania on July 11 and 12. However, Türkiye and Hungary have yet to ratify Sweden’s accession. All 31 NATO members must endorse a candidate before it can become a member.
- A small balloon was found in a corn field in northeastern Poland early on Saturday, several local media outlets have reported. Police attended the scene and the inflatable was eventually seized by the military for examination, according to the reports. The balloon was found just kilometers from a major Polish military facility, where a training ground is located. “The services are in the process of checking this object,” the spokesman for the Operational Command of the Armed Forces, Lieutenant Colonel Jacek Goryszewski, told journalists. He added that no comment would be made regarding the origin of the balloon until investigations have concluded.
- US President Joe Biden signed a bill on Saturday that suspends Washington’s $31.4 trillion debt limit, averting what would have been a first-ever default, just two days before the deadline. The new law lifts the debt ceiling through January 1, 2025, and caps non-military spending, among other measures. The looming default would have limited the US government’s ability to borrow or pay its bills. It could also have triggered financial havoc overseas, with a massive negative impact on prices and mortgage rates in other countries.
- Ukraine needs dozens of US-made Patriot air defense system batteries if it hopes to protect its infrastructure and troops on the battlefield against Russian air superiority, President Vladimir Zelensky told the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) in an interview published on Saturday. The total cost of his demand exceeds the amount of money Washington has already spent on military assistance for Kiev. In May, Kiev claimed its troops had managed to intercept a Russian hypersonic Kinzhal missile using a Patriot air defense system. Moscow denied those claims, adding that Ukraine routinely exaggerates the effectiveness of its air defenses.
- The total value of bilateral trade between Saudi Arabia and BRICS member states topped $160 billion in 2022, making the kingdom the largest Middle Eastern trade partner of the bloc, Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah said on Friday. Speaking at a ministerial meeting of Friends of BRICS in the South African city of Cape Town, Prince Faisal also said the kingdom was planning to develop further cooperation with the BRICS group to achieve collective prosperity.
- Even though parts of the Antarctic ice shelves had indeed ended up collapsing and retreating over the past several decades, the overall volume of the ice shelves on the continent might have increased, a new study authored by researchers from the University of Leeds and published in The Cryosphere journal suggests. The scientists used Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer satellite data to measure the “in-ice shelf calving front position and area on 34 ice shelves in Antarctica” during the period between 2009 and 2019. Having analyzed this data, the scientists concluded that the reduction of the ice shelves in some parts of Antarctica had been compensated by the increase in size of ice shelves in other areas of the continent.
- Elon Musk’s SpaceX launched 22 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral in Florida on Sunday as part of its mission to bring broadband internet to customers around the globe. “On Sunday, June 4 at 8:20 a.m. ET [12:20 GMT], Falcon 9 launched 22 second-generation Starlink satellites to low-Earth orbit from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40),” the company said. The first stage of the partially reusable Falcon 9 medium-lift rocket returned to the sea-based droneship, called Just Read the Instructions. This was the third successful launch and landing for this Falcon 9 booster.
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The Full Strawberry Moon of 2023 occured on June 3 at 11:42 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (0342 UTC on June 4) according to the U.S. Naval Observatory. Observers in New York City will see the almost-full moon set at about 4:41 a.m. local time on June 3, and it will rise that evening at 8:21 p.m.
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