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  • A convoy of tractors is moving toward Rome to hold a protest on a highway on the outskirts of the city, a representative for the united protest committee, Galgano Palaferri, told Sputnik. The farmers traveled from the south of the central region of Tuscany on Monday morning and will be later joined by their colleagues from other Italian regions, the representative added. The protesters are bringing along food and water to be able to hold a multi-day rally, he said. The protests by Italian farmers is a part of bigger picture –the farmer protests across whole Europe. The agitating farmers list reasons like EU markets being flooded with cheap and tax-free agricultural products from Ukraine, agricultural subsidy cutbacks amid energy crisis and new regulations that disrupt business planning.


  • According to local news agencies, 128 people died in an attack on Rafah, where a kindergarten was also hit. According to US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, “the hostage agreement is slipping away.” While a new one moves further and further away hostage agreement, the war continues unabated Hamas And Israel. In the past few hours an attack would have occurred in Rafahin the southern part of Gaza, where a nursery was also hit: two girls died in the raid, as reported by the local news agency Wafa. There were also dozens of injured.


  • Pakistan – a 19 year old, Tahreem Fatima, was shot dead by her maternal uncle. The crime took place in a court in the province of Punjab where the girl had been called for questioning about her marriage to a local man. After delivering the fatal blow, the man fled and is wanted by the police. Fatima and her husband got married a month and a half ago. The 19-year-old should have given her statement before the magistrate, thus demonstrating that she had made an independent choice. But her plans did not foresee the angry reaction of her uncle, present in the courtroom, who started shooting, mortally wounding her. In fact, the relief efforts were useless. Every year in Pakistan many women are killed for deciding to marry based on their choices. One of the most dramatic cases is that of Sana Cheema, the Italian-Pakistani who was killed in the province of Punjab in 2018 by her father and family. Her parents wanted to marry her to a relative while the 26-year-old had other plans, in fact she wanted to fulfill her dream by marrying a man in Italy that she herself had chosen. But that decision was fatal.


  • To a 38-year-old man from Arbon, Switzerland, had his license revoked. But the protagonist of the story was in the living room of his home at the time of the check. And so he wasn’t driving. He was simply celebrating the birth of his son with friends. Music blaring, and the noise disturbs the neighbors, who call the police. The officers arrive, ask him for his documents and notice that the 38-year-old is quite tipsy, so they decide to subject him to an alcohol test (the blood alcohol level will later turn out to be over 2 per thousand). A few days later a notice arrives in the man’s letterbox: driving license revoked. The singular story was told by tio.ch, the Ticino online newspaper. “The judges considered that the alcohol levels recorded by the police could indicate a certain habit of alcohol and therefore possibly an addiction that excluded the ability to drive” he declared the 38-year-old’s lawyer. In short – writes tio.ch – a sort of preventive withdrawal based on a presumption of dependence.


  • Devastating wildfires tearing through swaths of Chile have killed more than 100 people, authorities said Sunday, as they warned that the death toll was set to rise. News agency photographs and footage over the weekend laid bare the trail of destruction wrought in multiple communities by the infernos. Aerial shots from the El Olivar commune showed dozens of vehicles burned to shells alongside multiple houses reduced to ash. In Chile, the fires come as the country battles a summer heatwave. The capital Santiago has been sweltering through consecutive days of hot and dry temperatures climbing above 33 degrees Celsius (91.4°F). Neighboring Colombia battled recent wildfires, declaring a disaster and also calling for international help to fight the flames.


  • I admit it stall in the conflict with the Russia and come back to ask for others weapons because “modern technical means are needed”, also threatening that the guerra could be coming soon from you” and “no one will be ready,” said the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, APA reports citing Breaking Latest News. “As for the war on the ground there is stalemate. It’s a fact,” admits Zelensky. Which however attributes the cause of this situation at military supplies arrived, according to him a slowfrom NATO and Europe: “Something was missing – he says – They were there delays in equipment and delays mean mistakes.” “We fight against terrorists – he adds – they are needed modern technical means to face one of the most large armies of the world“. Zelensky insists on the need for Italy and other EU states to support Ukraine militarily, raising the threat of a conflict spread across the entire continent: “War can come to you because we are dealing with Putin and when the war comes no one will be ready. The European armies are not ready, it will be one shock. Where is the guarantee that the Nato will react promptly? Who’s talking about it? Nobody“, the Ukrainian president said.


  • US political commentator Tucker Carlson came to Moscow on February 3, amid speculation that the goal of the visit is to interview Russian President Vladimir Putin, boosting the ex-Fox News host’s popularity in the country. In one video of Tucker Carlson meeting one of his Russian fans in Moscow, a man’s voice can be heard praising the 54­-year-old conservative commentator as the “best US journalist.” The former Fox News anchor is then seen thanking the man and lauding Moscow as a beautiful city that he had planned to visit for a long time. Fox News surprisingly announced that the company and Carlson had agreed to part ways in April last year, despite the fact that he hosted the network’s top-rated program at the time. Numerous media reports suggested that Tucker was let go due to his coverage of some controversial topics – ranging from the January 6, 2021, US Capitol breach to the COVID-19 measures to White House support for Kiev in the Ukraine conflict. Others, however, insist that Carlson was fired for his criticism of Fox News’ senior management.


  • “We face the real possibility that many professions, even highly skilled ones, will be rapidly replaced by algorithms, causing social crises and helping to widen the gap between rich and poor, potentially wiping out the middle class.” Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni stated this in an interview with the Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper, on the day of her meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kashida, reiterating that the Italian presidency of the G7 will keep high attention on the topic of AI, in continuity with the “extraordinary work” done by Japan in 2023 “in drawing attention to a technology that can generate great opportunities but can also hide enormous risks for our societies”.


  • Scholars of antiquity believe they are on the brink of a new era of understanding after researchers armed with artificial intelligence read the hidden text of a charred scroll that was buried when Mount Vesuvius erupted nearly 2,000 years ago. Hundreds of papyrus scrolls held in the library of a luxury Roman villa in Herculaneum were burned to a crisp when the town was devastated by the intense blast of heat, ash and pumice that destroyed nearby Pompeii in AD79. Excavations in the 18th century recovered more than 1,000 whole or partial scrolls from the mansion, thought to be owned by Julius Caesar’s father-in-law, but the black ink was unreadable on the carbonised papyri and the scrolls crumbled to pieces when researchers tried to open them. The breakthrough in reading the ancient material came from the $1m Vesuvius Challenge, a contest launched in 2023 by Brent Seales, a computer scientist at the University of Kentucky, and Silicon Valley backers. The competition offered prizes for extracting text from high-resolution CT scans of a scroll taken at Diamond, the UK’s national synchrotron facility in Oxfordshire.


  • In China, an older woman has decided to leave her $2.8 million fortune to her cats and dogs rather than her adult children, citing their lack of visits during her old age. Identified as Ms Liu from Shanghai, she changed her will because she felt neglected by her adult children, while her pets provided her with ‘companionship and comfort’. The inheritance is now under the administration of a local veterinary clinic due to legal constraints that prohibit direct bequests to animals in China, South China Morning Post, citing Zonglan News. Ms Liu expressed a desire to leave her entire estate to her pets, but this is not legally permissible in the country. Additionally, she was reportedly angry with her children for not visiting her, even when she was sick.


  • This is not a product review of the Apple Vision Pro or a traditional book review of Ready Player One. This article asks whether a product like this is good for humanity, or if it will lead us down a darker path as illustrated (and warned) in Ready Player One?


  • The oldest lipstick dates back 4,000 years. The color was a dark red and its chemical composition was very similar to that of modern lipsticks. The case that contained it also has a contemporary feel, with the shape of a small cylinder. Hematite, manganite and braunite were the basic ingredients of lipstick, mixed with waxes and vegetable oils. The discovery suggests the possibility that female makeup, in formal and ceremonial social contexts, was an important component of the public manifestation of an elite stratum of the population. The discovery, published in the journal Scientific Reports, was born from the collaboration of archaeologists, chemists and mineralogy experts from the University of Padua, with the group of Nasir Eskandari from the Faculty of Archeology of the Iranian University of Tehran and first author of the research. The fact that the newly discovered lipstick contains only minimal traces of lead minerals suggests that those who used this technology were aware of the dangers of direct ingestion of this metal.


  • It’s not the first time human remains from a historic shipwreck have washed ashore Canadian land. In 2019, it was reported that the human remains of 21 individuals were unearthed in Gaspé, Quebec. Royal Mounted Canadian Police (RCMP) say human remains were discovered on a cliff in western Prince Edward Island. The remains were first reported to be found last weekend at around 4 PM, according to the RCMP. Corporal Gavin Moore said the remains revealed themselves after the cliff had eroded over time. The RCMP is continuing to investigate the findings, but the remains are thought to be linked to a shipwreck from the 19th century. Officials from the coroner’s office say a significant amount of work must be done to determine who the remains could belong to.


  • NASA announced that their Hubble Space Telescope, which has been orbiting Earth for more than two decades, observed the spiral galaxy named ESO 420-G013 last week as part of a study of Luminous Infrared Galaxies (LIRGs). According to the administration, LIRGs are known to be extremely bright in the infrared part of the spectrum. The galaxy ESO 420-G013 is exactly that: an extremely bright spiral galaxy, and it is harboring a powerful black hole. It is located 50 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Sculptor which can be found in the southern sky. ESOS 402-G013 is classified as a Seyfert galaxy. These types of galaxies were named after American astronomer Carl Keenan Seyfert, who studied the objects in 1943. Seyfert galaxies, for which there are two types, have an extremely bright, point-like active galactic nucleus powered by a supermassive black hole, according to NASA.
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So you can see them. All UFOs currently being seen are intended to be seen. They never want to cause fear. Most people won’t be mentally ready to accept they’re seeing extraterrestrial crafts until after the Shift. Nothing can stop them from being seen, and they’ll never allow a fake alien invasion. At the moment of the Shift when the skies fill with crafts, you’ll remember everything and you’ll be ready. ~ @Kabamur_Taygeta

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News Burst 20 July 2024 A massive Microsoft outage has sparked chaos around the world - grounding flights and knocking hospitals, GP surgeries, train services, banks, stock exchanges and TV channels offline. The technical fault has caused Windows computers to suddenly...

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News Burst 19 July 2024 Like what happened for 911, people knew, and shorted certain stocks the week before. Same thing happened to the DJT stock this past week, they expected a huge drop on Monday due to his "untimely death". The stock options activity is undeniable...

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News Burst 18 July 2024 The building in Butler, Pennsylvania that Thomas Matthew Crooks used to fired shots that hit Donald Trump and several supporters, was sold just four months ago. American Glass Research (AGR), which is owned by its parent company, AGR...

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News Burst 17 July 2024 The solar flare from sunspot AR3738 occurred late Saturday night (July 13) at 10:34 p.m. EDT (0234 UT on July 14) and NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured the dynamic scene from space. The short-lived flare did not produce a coronal mass...

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News Burst 16 July 2024 French President Emmanuel Macron has authorized the Regulatory Authority for Audiovisual and Digital Communication (Arcom) to begin shutting down TV networks in France that dare to question the WEF’s ‘Net Zero‘ agenda. This week, Arcom was...

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News Burst 15 July 2024 They left the roof wide open. Secret Service snipers had eyes on the shooter. People were screaming about a man on the roof with a gun. But Secret Service waited. They waited for him to take the shots. Then they killed the shooter. It was a...

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