News Burst 7 August 2020 - Live Feed

News Burst 7 August 2020

News Burst 7 August 2020 – Live Feed. By Disclosure News.

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  • The mayor of Haifa has raised concerns that the “horror scenario” witnessed in Beirut on Tuesday could take place in the northern Israeli port city as well, stressing the horrid explosion was “a wake-up call”. “The fear of all of us, based on experts in the field, is exactly of a horror scenario like the one that erupted yesterday north of Israel”, Haifa Mayor Einat Kalish Rotem, wrote on Facebook Wednesday, stressing “it’s time to act” now as there is “no place for hazardous substances and polluting factories within the urban space and among the population”.

 

  • The German flagship airline Lufthansa on Thursday stated it had recorded second-quarter losses of 1.5 billion euros (around $1.78 billion), as the travel industry continues to suffer from the coronavirus restrictions. According to the company, its sales slumped by 80 percent, compared to the same period the previous year, reaching only 1.9 billion euros. Berlin previously approved a bailout programme for the corporation to stay afloat amid the coronavirus crisis but according to reports Lufthansa will have to give up its prized slots at the Frankfurt and Munich airports to ensure fair competition.

 

  • Ghislaine Maxwell’s case has turned the spotlight on famous people associated with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. DOJ investigators want to hear from Prince Andrew who knew both Epstein and Maxwell for quite a while. In a batch of 2015 court documents Virginia Giuffre (née Roberts) accused billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his long-time associate Maxwell of abusing her, alleged that the pair forced her into having sex with numerous men including Prince Andrew, something that the British royal vehemently denies. The Duke of York’s ties with the convicted sex offender Epstein have created a lot of embarrassment for the Royal Family. US Prosecutors Want Prince Andrew to Provide ‘Some Evidence’ Meanwhile, US federal prosecutors are pushing ahead with the criminal investigation into Epstein’s alleged co-conspirators and are seeking to interview the British royal.

 

  • China has agreed to observe a temporary fishing moratorium off the coast of the Galapagos Islands, the Ecuadorian Foreign Ministry said in a press release on Wednesday. “The Chinese government has assured Ecuador that it understands and respects its concerns which were conveyed through diplomatic channels. For this reason, a fishing moratorium will be in place from September to November in the area of sea to the west of the Galapagos protection zone”, the Ecuadorian Foreign Ministry said in a statement following talks between officials in Quito and Beijing. The Chinese authorities have also expressed their willingness for vessels to be subject to checks by Ecuadorian officials, the ministry stated, adding that bilateral consultations will continue over the coming weeks and months. Beijing has said that it stands fully opposed to all illegal fishing, the ministry stated.

 

  • Melbourne cops may now enter homes without warrant, after 11 people die of Covid. Australia’s second-largest city is now subjected to some of the most extraordinary Covid-19 lockdown measures on the planet, and all over an additional eleven deaths. This is an astonishing violation of civil liberties. Police officers should not be allowed to demand entry to a property without cause or due process. They especially shouldn’t be allowed on “public health” grounds when the median age of Australians who have died from or with Covid-19 is exactly the same as the nation’s average life expectancy – 82 years old.

 

  • A Canadian preacher who claimed Christians were safe from coronavirus was on Thursday jailed for three months in Myanmar after he and dozens of his followers became infected when he held a banned service. The Southeast Asian nation has so far weathered the pandemic well with just 357 confirmed cases and six deaths, although the low numbers tested make many fear the true figures are far higher. Toronto-based David Lah, 43, was born in Myanmar and often returns to his motherland to preach. “If people hold the Bible and Jesus in their hearts, the disease will not come in,” he proclaimed in one video to a roomful of faithful. “The only person who can cure and give peace in this pandemic is Jesus.” Lah tested positive for coronavirus shortly afterwards, and dozens of confirmed cases were traced back to his followers.

 

  • The Tula thermoelectric plant north of Mexico City breached the legal limit for the amount of sulfur in the fuel oil it burned between 2016 and 2019, according to internal documents from the national electricity company, Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE), which owns and operates the plant. The sulfur content during each of those four years – detailed in state-run CFE’s annual operations reports – was at least 3.9%, nearly double the 2% cap set by Mexico’s energy regulatory commission for six industrial corridors, including the Tula area. Besides the high sulfur levels, the CFE documents show another violation: emissions of sulfur dioxide, a harmful air pollutant, are not being registered by the plant even though that is required by law. “The CFE shouldn’t burn this fuel at 4%. The rule establishes that it should be at 2%,” said Xochitl Galvez, who grew up near the Tula plant and is now a senator for the opposition National Action Party.

 

  • An Angolan teacher facing charges over the theft of 33 rhino horns during a burglary at Outjo, Namibia, last year was correctly refused bail by a magistrate in May, a High Court judge has ruled. In a judgement delivered in the Windhoek High Court on Monday, judge Christie Liebenberg said he could not find anything wrong with the conclusions reached by magistrate Alweendo Venatius when he refused to grant bail to Angolan national Fortunato Jose Queta in the Windhoek Magistrate’s Court in May this year. As a result, the judge dismissed Queta’s appeal against the magistrate’s ruling. Queta and three Namibians – Paulus Pendapala Herman, Petrus Iipinge and Ludwig Nangolo – are facing charges of dealing in or possessing controlled wildlife products, possession of suspected stolen property, money laundering, and being accessories after the fact to the crime of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft.

 

  • The crocodile, measuring 4.5 meters and thought to be around 50 years old, was captured on the evening of Aug. 3, 2020 in Bangka regency, Bangka Belitung Islands, Indonesia. It died just two days later after the local community reportedly refused to allow the Bangka Belitung Natural Resources Conservation Agency (BKSDA) to relocate the animal, saying that doing so went against traditional beliefs. Septian Garo, the head of the Bangka Belitung Natural Resources Conservation Agency (BKSDA), said that he had tried to negotiate with local leaders over the wild animal’s relocation to a safer place. “But they [referred to] local beliefs that hampered the [animal’s] relocation,” he said as quoted by kompas.com on Wednesday. Septian elaborated that, by local tradition, the entire neighborhood would be doomed if the crocodile was transferred elsewhere.

 

  • Efforts to tackle child labor in garment factories in southern India are being ramped up after the rescue of 35 children from a spinning mill, officials said on Thursday, amid concerns of an increase in trafficking as coronavirus restrictions are eased. In one of the first cases of child labor reported in India since the pandemic, 32 girls and three boys were rescued in Tiruppur in Tamil Nadu state last week following a tip-off to staff at Childline, a toll-free emergency helpline for children. The children were forced to work 14 hours-a-day and given no days off, according to the district’s child welfare committee. Indian labor laws ban the employment of anyone aged under 15 but children are permitted to support family businesses outside of school hours. This provision is widely exploited by employers and human traffickers, child rights campaigners say.

 

  • Russian specialists have developed solutions to bring soil samples from Venus to Earth, the head of Russia’s Roscosmos State Space Corporation, Dmitry Rogozin said. All Russian space launches have been performed without an incident 22 months in a row, with the last incident taking place on October 11, 2018. Since then, Russia has launched over 40 rockets. Russia and the United States are planning a joint space mission to Venus for 2027-2029, known as Venera-D. However, Moscow has not yet committed to the project financially, with scientists asking approximately $236 million to fund the Russian part of the initiative.

 

  • President Trump signed an executive order banning U.S. residents from doing any business with TikTok or the apps’ Chinese owner ByteDance 45 days from now. Trump said the U.S. “must take aggressive action against the owners of TikTok to protect our national security”. The EO comes as Trump has demanded the divestment of the popular video app, citing national security risks to the U.S, and threatens penalties on any U.S. resident or company that engages in any transactions with TikTok or ByteDance after the order takes effect.

News Burst 7 August 2020 – Bonus IMG

News Burst 7 August 2020 - Whale Sidney

A huge whale turned on a group of surfers after a free diver tried to touch her calf near Manly Beach in Sydney.

News Burst 7 August 2020 – Bonus Video

Crop Circle Around A Tree – Potterne, Nr Devizes, Wiltshire – Reported 4th August 2020. This formation is just east of Potterne nr Devizes Wiltshire close to where the virus formation was back in May this year.

News Burst 7 August 2020 – Bonus Video

The calf are always very curious and the surfer took advantage to get closer, but not too much… once the mother decided it was enough she gently sent the crowd away and called the calf back. Manly Beach, Australia.

News Burst 7 August 2020 – Solar Activity

News Burst 7 August 2020 - Sunspot AR2770

A Sunspot Turns Toward Earth – New-cycle sunspot AR2770 is turning toward Earth, revealing the structure of its multiple dark cores. AR2770 has emitted several B-class flares since it appeared earlier this week, causing minor waves of ionization to ripple through Earth’s upper atmosphere. Other than that, the sunspot has not yet caused any notable space weather. It is, however, slowly growing, so increased activity is possible in the days ahead.

News Burst 7 August 2020 – Earthquakes

August 6/7 2020

 

Europe – M3.2 Greece


Africa – M4.9 Algeria / M6.3 Prince Edward Islands


North America – M3.8 Nevada


Central America – M4.8 Puerto Rico


South America – M5.5 Peru


Asia – M5.4 Banda Sea, Indonesia


Pacific – M5.4 Easter Island Region


Deepest EQ – M4.3 535 km Mariana Islands

 

News Burst 7 August 2020 - Europe Earthquakes
Here we see the earthquakes from 00:00 on August 6 from M3 up; the seismic waves generated by the continuous deep earthquakes in the Pacific continue to flow toward Europe via the Middle East, the movements with the red circles represent the oldest EQ. New tremors on M3 and M4 occurred in Iran last night, the force continued to transit westward and this morning in Algeria we see two earthquakes, M4 and M5, near the border with Tunisia, this could indicate that Europe has been spared from strong releases and we will only see M3. The area of the Azores Islands will almost certainly see movements that will also reach the M5 very soon.
News Burst 7 August 2020 - Africa Earthquakes
This movement of M6.3 in Africa south of Madagascar shows how the African Plate is under a strong push from the adjacent one, especially if we also consider the M5 and M4 in Algeria and Morocco.
Earthquakes Last 24 Hours – M4 and Above

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Seismic waves coming thru Mediterranean toward North Atlantic filling with #earthquakes the middle points mentioned previously, North Africa this time, next wave is probably for Central Europe [Yesterday in the inset] #NewsBurstLive

[Rule of the Iran Priests] In the recorded last phone call, #Navid #Afkari said he and his 2 brothers, kept in the #Adelabad prison in #Shiraz, would be transferred to #Tehran on Saturday, September 12. The #Iran #Priests hanged him in the name of "#God" on Sat... #NewsBurstLive

4 Nigerians and 1 Cameroonian, between 22 and 29 years, alongside a popular #Nigerian #pornstar were charged and jailed by local authorities for recording an adult movie at the #OsunOsogbo Sacred Grove a #UNESCO World Heritage Site and publishing the content online #NewsBurstLive

This looks very much like a "Subtropical Cyclone" in the Mediterranean!! We'll friendly call him #TropicalCyclone #Ciro. Winds are between 60-70 kts, moving #NE toward Greece. #NewsBurstLive #CicloneTropicaleCiro 🇮🇹

Northern #Uganda town of #Moroto - "There has been a break out from the Prison... ~220 inmates overpowering staff and accessing the armory where there were 15 rifles. They are on the loose now. Heavy exchange of fire ensued. They have run towards Mt Moroto [pic]." #NewsBurstLive

#SolarCycle25 has begun. During a media event on Tuesday, experts from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) discussed their analysis and predictions... #NewsBurstLive

Last 24 hours in Europe, the seismic wave i spreading nearly everywhere. Italy has been struck by a swarm of M2s. We said Cyrpys and it was Turkey, not far; we said W Iran it was Causasus, not far... #NewsBurstLive

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News Burst 18 September 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 18 September 2020 – Live Feed

The Senate Homeland Security Committee voted on Wednesday to authorize subpoenas for dozens of Obama-era officials involved in ‘spygate,’ including former FBI Director James Comey, former CIA Director John Brennan, former DNI James Clapper — and longtime US intelligence operative Stephen Halper, who the Obama administration paid nearly half-a-million dollars to help the FBI spy on the 2016 Trump campaign.

News Burst 17 September 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 17 September 2020 – Live Feed

BP Plc said the relentless growth of oil demand is over, becoming the first supermajor to call the end of an era many thought would last another decade or more. Oil consumption may never return to levels seen before the coronavirus crisis took hold, BP said in a report on Monday. The U.K. giant is describing a different future, where oil’s supremacy is challenged, and ultimately fades.

News Burst 16 September 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 16 September 2020 – Live Feed

The smaller Crafts leaving are able to flatten and be completely stacked or stored out of site in the Small Craft it is in. In these moments, there is a huge amount of data that is being collected and cameras are being dispersed with other equipment that will measure Vibrational Frequency in the area, return to the Craft it came from and then all Crafts will return to the Mothership which is stationed 4 miles above in this case. Neioh

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