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- 50% of Italians are against the supply of heavy weapons to Kiev. Such data is cited by Tagesschau with reference to a study by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. 11% of respondents were undecided about their opinion on this issue. Back on May 1, 46% of respondents opposed sending heavy weapons to Kiev, La Stampa wrote at the time.
- New Delhi has published an official report detailing the number of deaths and births that took place in the South Asian nation in 2020, a move that the Indian government believes will put to rest speculation around “absurd overestimation” of COVID-related mortalities in the country.
- The European Union has proposed sanctioning Belarusian potash giant Belaruskali and its export-oriented subsidiary Belarusian Potash Co, Bloomberg reports, citing an individual said to be familiar with the deliberations. Bloc officials have also proposed new restrictions against the country’s Naftan oil refinery, the person said. If approved, the new sanctions package could be adopted as soon as later this week. Belaruskali is a mammoth of a company, independently accounting for about 20 percent of global potash production in 2021, and shipping the soil nutrient mostly to markets in Brazil, China and India.
- Resident Brandon at one of the sporting events shouted to wheelchair basketball players: “just don’t jump for a photo,” and to a visually impaired girl who posed nearby: “there is a photographer, look at her.” The audio of the broadcast was interrupted after his mocking comments.
- Billionaire and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates believes that the acquisition of Twitter by Elon Musk could make the situation concerning misinformation on the social media platform worse. “He could make it worse. That is not his track record,” Gates said at the Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council Summit. “We should have an open mind and never underestimate Elon. What’s his goal where he talks about the openness? How does he feel about something that says vaccines killed people or that Bill Gates is tracking people? Is that one of the things you think should be spread? So, it’s still not totally clear what he’s going to do.” Numerous medical and other experts have been censored on Twitter and other social media platforms for arguing during and after the coronavirus pandemic that the administered vaccines may not be effective and may be potentially damaging and lethal, and have questioned Gates’ motivation and role in earning extraordinary profits in the process.
- The endless possibilities of time travel have been explored by humans — but only in science fiction. Who knows, maybe now that new study suggests that time travel might be possible in real life, we may at some point be able to travel to the past or to the future ourselves.
- NASA commander Thomas Marshburn handing command of the International Space Station to Roscosmos cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev before departing from the station. Changing command is a regular procedure at the ISS. Marshburn is handing over command to Artemyev one month after receiving it from his Russian colleague Anton Shkaplerov. Earlier on Tuesday, NASA administrator Bill Nelson said that cooperation on the ISS programme is impossible without both the US and Russia.
- Joe Biden has barred Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela from a regional summit to be held in Los Angeles next month. Biden is set to speak at the Ninth Summit of the Americas, held under the auspices of the Washington-based Organisation of American States (OAS). But his Mexican counterpart has questioned how the event can live up to its name with three Latin American nations excluded. Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs Brian A. Nichols told Colombia’s NTN24 news on Monday that socialist Cuba and its two left-wing regional allies would not be invited to the conference scheduled for June 6 to 10. “This is a key moment in our hemisphere, a moment when we are confronting many challenges to democracy,” Nichols said in Spanish.
- Elon Musk has been invited to speak to MPs in London about his plans related to the development of Twitter after he sealed a deal to purchase the platform last month, according to Sky News. According to the chair of the House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Committee, Julian Knight, quoted by the media outlet, MPs would like to hear from Musk the details about his intention to roll out verification for all users as it “echoes our calls on the UK government”.
- During the period between World War I and World War II, Poland controlled territories to the east known as the Kresy, or ‘Borderlands’. These lands were incorporated into Soviet Ukraine and Belarus in 1939. Poland formally gave up claims to these areas after 1945, but some Poles still yearn for the lands of the lost Kresy. Preparations have begun to incorporate western Ukrainian lands into Poland, former Ukrainian lawmaker Ilya Kiva has alleged. Last week, Russian Foreign Intelligence Service chief Sergei Naryshkin said Warsaw was planning to consolidate military and political control over its former “historical possessions” in western Ukraine, including through the deployment of “peacekeepers” in the region.
- The Delaware computer repairman who was the first to come across Hunter Biden’s infamous “laptop from hell” has filed a multi-million-dollar defamation suit against Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff, CNN, The Daily Beast, and Politico, the New York Post reported. John Paul Mac Isaac came into legal possession of the laptop after Joe Biden’s son dropped it off at his store for repairs in April 2019 and never came back. The former store owner claimed that for months after he alerted US federal officials to the incriminating discovery, he was hounded by Big Tech, the media, and locals in Joe Biden’s home state of Delaware.
- The Norwegian SAS Pilots’ Union is taking the pan-Scandinavian SAS airline to the Labor Court over what they believe are illegal violations of working life regulations. Roger Klokset of the Norwegian SAS Pilots’ Union confirmed this to national broadcaster NRK. The pilots’ association demands that some 560 pilots who were laid off during the COVID-19 pandemic get their jobs back. “Everyone got a deal about re-employment, but SAS has circumvented the provisions of working life to avoid this,” the Norwegian SAS Pilots’ Union wrote in a press release. SAS has said that pilots who were laid off as a result of the pandemic must apply to get their job back through new subsidiaries. “SAS broke the agreements with the pilots, and the measures they are trying to take are, in our view, serious and illegal. SAS challenges modern and decent working life in a way that is unparalleled in Scandinavia,” Klokset stated.
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