News Burst 8 February 2021 - Live Feed

News Burst 8 February 2021

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  • An aerial search was underway Sunday to find three experienced climbers who lost contact with base camp during only the second winter ascent of K2, the world’s second highest mountain. The three lost contact with base camp late Friday and were reported missing Saturday after their support team stopped receiving reports from them during their ascent of the 8,611-meter (28,250-foot) high K2 mountain.


  • The Australian government has possibly obtained a rare, partial victory in its standoff with Google. Google last month threatened to pull its search engine off the continent altogether, with Canberra counter-threatening that they won’t budge. But on Thursday Google made the following official announcement: “To meet growing reader and publisher needs, last year we increased our investment in news partnerships and launched Google News Showcase.” The ‘Showcase’ app is the result of the company negotiating to pay some Australian news producers who sign up for the program. It’s an attempt to undercut legislation being proposed to require the company to pay for all such content. It’s not likely to stop the new legislation, however, but Google is offering it as an ‘alternative’. The move shows that the tech giant is arguably feeling the pressure and is looking to compromise.


  • Twitter has permanently suspended the account of Jim Hoft, founder of the popular website The Gateway Pundit, for reportedly violating the social media giant’s “civic integrity policy.” Hoft’s account @gatewaypundit, had over 375,000 followers, served as the outlet’s primary presence on Twitter.


  • More than 100 people were reported missing after a glacier broke off and caused a flood that damaged a power plant in northern India. The military was deployed to look for survivors. Between 100 and 150 people are feared dead, the chief secretary of the northern Uttarakhand State, OM Prakash, told ANI news agency. A glacier broke off in the Chamoli district, causing a massive flood in the Dhauliganga River and damaging a nearby power plant.


  • The head of the European Central Bank (ECB) Christine Lagarde rejected calls to write off debts incurred by members of the eurozone to uphold their economies during Covid-19 lockdowns. “Canceling that debt is unthinkable. It would be a violation of the European treaty which strictly forbids monetary financing of states,” the ECB chief said in an interview with France’s Le Journal du Dimanche weekly. The claim comes shortly after the pool of more than 100 economists for the regulator called for further boosting of the economic recovery of the euro area nations through forgiving their debts.


  • The sharp price rise in the shares of the ailing video games retailer GameStop seen last month may have been triggered by institutional investors rather than by Reddit’s army of retail traders, data revealed by JP Morgan show. “Although retail buying was portrayed as the main driver of the extreme price rally experienced by some stocks, the actual picture may be much more nuanced,” JP Morgan global quantitative and derivatives strategy analyst Peng Cheng wrote this week, in a research note addressed to the bank’s clientele. The prevailing narrative was that a group of Reddit users had launched a flash mob, gobbling up GameStop’s shares. The campaign resulted in GameStop’s stock price growing over 1,800 percent, forcing a short squeeze by big hedge funds that had to cover the negative bets or risk catastrophic losses. Back then, the step washed billions of dollars out of the biggest hedge funds, with media outlets proclaiming the victory of amateur traders over the Wall Street sharks.


  • “We aren’t quite sure what the strange cloud is, but one possibility is that it could be a hydrogen ‘snow cloud’ disrupted by a nearby star to form a long, thin clump of gas,” said Artem Tuntsov, with Australia’s Manly Astrophysics Institute, about a hitherto undetected invisible stream of cold gas in the Milky Way about 10 light years from Earth a trillion kilometers long and 10 billion kilometers wide, only weighing about the mass of our Moon. Hydrogen freezes at about minus 260 degrees and theorists have proposed that some of the universe’s missing baryonic matter –the form of matter of which stars and planets and we Homo sapiens are composed–could be locked up in these hydrogen ‘snow clouds’.


  • The 600,000 doses of one million Sinopharm vaccine donated by Chinese government arrived at the Phnom Penh International Airport via a special aircraft, becoming the first COVID-19 vaccine to be used by Cambodian government. According to the Health Ministry, Sinopharm vaccine can only be injected on people aged between 18 and 59, saying the plan to vaccinate Mr Hun Sen, 68 and other senior government officials on February 10 will be cancelled.


  • A critically endangered Sumatran tiger was shot dead on Saturday while another is still on the loose after they escaped from a zoo in West Kalimantan. The tigers, both female and about 18 months old, escaped from Sinka Zoo in the town of Singkawang, West Kalimantan late Friday after days of torrential rain caused a landslide and opened a tunnel allowing their exit. Sumatran tigers are considered critically endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, with fewer than 400 believed to remain in the wild. Tiger parts are widely used in traditional medicine — particularly in China — despite overwhelming scientific evidence they have no beneficial value.


  • A notorious warlord dubbed ‘Angel Gabriel’ who is accused of eating innocent victims, burning kids alive and raping women has gone on trial in Finland. The trial of Gibril Massaquoi, 51, a Sierra Leonean national and resident of Tampere in Finland, has begun. He is being charged with committing war crimes and crimes against humanity in Liberia between 1999 and 2003. Prosecutors said he committed and commanded the murder and rape of civilians in Lofa county and the capital, Monrovia. ‘Angel Gabriel’ was arrested by Finland’s National Bureau of Investigation in Tampere in southern Finland. The prosecution is calling for a life sentence, which in Finland means on average 14 years imprisonment.


  • Covid-19 Vaccine Deployment Minister Nadhim Zahawi denied claims that the UK government is planning to introduce a “vaccine passport” detailing which Brits have been vaccinated and which haven’t, calling the idea “discriminatory.” Zahawi said the major reasons why the government is not planning a vaccine passport is because “we don’t know the impact of the vaccines on transmission,” with vaccinated Brits currently being warned that they could still carry the virus, and that the practice “would be discriminatory. If other countries demand proof of vaccination for entry”, he added, “then you can ask your GP, because your GP will hold the record.”


  • A long-running legal battle over the legacy of defunct russian energy giant Yukos, has resumed in the Netherlands, this week. Mikhail Galperin outlined how the Russian defense team has several arguments, but the one with particular precedent-setting ramifications concerns its contention that international law should not be abused to protect criminals. On Friday, the Supreme Court in The Hague started hearings over a complaint brought against Russia in 2005 by former shareholders of the firm, once one of Europe’s largest resource companies. It’s the third round of this saga in the jurisdiction of the Netherlands alone. In 2014, a Dutch ruling awarded $50 billion in compensation to the shareholders, but in 2016 that judgement was overturned by a higher-level court.
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New Zealand Post has published the 2021 Year of the Ox stamps to celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year. It is the 25th consecutive year that New Zealand has published Chinese Zodiac Stamps.

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Farmers pick tea leaves at a tea garden in Baisha Li Autonomous County in south China’s Hainan Province, Feb. 7, 2021. The tea garden started spring tea picking recently.

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News Burst 8 February 2021 – Earthquakes

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October 6 2020 -- #KPIndex [0-3] Green - Stable/Calm Magnetosphere. [4] #Yellow - #Unstable Magnetosphere. [5+] Red - Geomagnetic Storm Conditions -- #NewsBurstLive

#TropicalStorn #Delta is brewing SE of #Jamaica, started spinning already and forecast is to move NW toward the central Gulf of Mexico on Oct. 8 with wind gusts at 130 kts. Actual wind 60-75 kts, Pressure 983 hPa moving at 7 kts #NewsBurstLive

The mother of Dr. #LiMengYan, a Chinese MD/PhD virologist who fled China and published evidence that COVID-19 was created in a lab, says that the Chinese Communist Party has #arrested her mother. #NewsBurstLive

Getting closer to the shift... as predicted by many now the #Central #Banksters are pushing their own #cryptocurrency > ECB trademarks #DigitalEuro as it begins experiments on digital currency launch... #NewsBurstLive

The major benefit to the municipalities will be grants of up to 2 billion yen ($19 million) for the first stage. The money does not have to be refunded if a decision is made later to withdraw from consideration. #Suttsu was the first to express an interest. #NewsBurstLive

#Kamoenai has about 820 villagers and about the only local industry is fishing. The village lies just north of Tomari where Hokkaido Electric Power Co. operates a nuclear power plant. #NewsBurstLive

Two #Hokkaido, #Japan, municipalities with little in the way of industry and bleeding population are moving toward applying to the government for consideration to be the final storage site for highly #radioactive #nuclearWaste. #NewsBurstLive

Police buses are parked surrounding the Gwanghwamun square to prevent unexpected #antiGovernment protests amid the coronavirus disease pandemic in central #Seoul, #SouthKorea, Oct 3 2020 #NewsBurstLive

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News Burst 19 April 2021 – Live Feed

News Burst 19 April 2021 – Live Feed

New Horizons is a long, long, long way from home. Currently in the Kuiper Belt beyond Pluto, NASA’s New Horizons is just one of five spacecraft to reach 50 AU (astronomical units), or 50 times the distance between the sun and Earth, on its way out of the solar system.

News Burst 18 April 2021 – Live Feed

News Burst 18 April 2021 – Live Feed

Former EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has suggested that France may follow the UK’s example and finally withdraw from the EU. Speaking at a conference on the future of the bloc in La Touquet on Friday, the French politician referred to “social unrest and anger” in France over unchecked immigration as well as the “red tape and complexity” of the EU.

News Burst 16 April 2021 – Live Feed

News Burst 16 April 2021 – Live Feed

Billionaires like Bill Gates have long said that they, theoretically, would be in favor of paying much more money in personal taxes. And yet the “philanthropist” Bill Gates and some of the wealthiest people in the world are staying silent on a series of active proposals that would do just that, sidestepping a legislative package in their home state of Washington that targets them specifically.

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