News Burst 9 April 2022
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- An investigation has been launched after sensitive emails containing details of protocols surrounding the Queen’s death were accidentally leaked by the Welsh government. The email contained a letter from a civil servant, which outlined concerns about a news organisation having confidential information about the plans. The conversation, which was marked as “officially sensitive” was sent to multiple people internally and to a former employee. The Welsh government says the email did not contain any operational information.
- In 2010, a secret $22 million government defense program monitoring UFOs commissioned Christopher Green, a professor at the Wayne State School of Medicine in Detroit, to write a paper on injuries suffered during close encounters. His paper was part of an initiative called the Advanced Aerospace Weapon System Applications Program (AAWSAP) and was overseen by the Defense Intelligence Agency between 2007 to 2012. Green, in an exclusive interview with the Daily Mail, said that he has been working with the CIA as a forensic neuroimaging expert since the 1960s and has dealt with “hundreds of patients” who have interacted with unidentified aerial phenomena.
- Scientists believe they have discovered the fossil of a thescelosaurus that died 66 million years ago on the day that the Chicxulub crater was created by an asteroid impact. The fossil, discovered at the Tanis dig site in North Dakota, United States, consists of a leg, that’s been described as perfectly preserved, and even contains remnants of skin. Experts believe the find can be accurately dated to the time of the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event due to debris found at the site from the impact.
- The Russian Armed Forces have destroyed a training centre for foreign mercenaries in the Odessa area with high-precision missiles from a Bastion coastal defence complex, Russian Defence Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said. “High-precision missiles from the Bastion coastal missile system near the village of Krasnoselka, northeast of Odessa, destroyed a foreign mercenary training centre”, he said.
- The administration of US President Joe Biden is handing out cell phones to suspected illegal migrants being released at the US southern border as they await immigration court proceedings. The White House has argued that the procedure will make it easier for immigration enforcement to track these individuals. As to the number of phones being distributed or their models, there is yet no clarity. The Biden administration has argued that the handing out of smartphones “is all part of our effort as individuals come into the United States and individuals who are entering who will proceed to immigration proceedings to monitor and track where they are.”
- A boat grave from the Viking Age has been discovered in Kvinesdal in Agder County in southern Norway. The grave was found with the help of georadar when archaeologists examined a local field in connection with the construction of a new motorway. The practice of burying the dead in boats has been found in several coastal settlements from the Viking Age. However, the find in Kvinesdal is considered rare, as most graves from the Viking Age belonged to a different type. The nine-metre boat may have accommodated one or several deceased. Until 150 years ago, Kvinesdal was thought to harbour one of the largest burial grounds in southern Norway. However, its treasures were believed to have been lost, as numerous burial mounds were destroyed by machines when new methods were introduced in agriculture. Neither their size, nor their riches are known.
- As news of the seizure of Russian art broke and Finland’s ambassador was summoned in protest, the Nordic country’s Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto spoke in favour of returning the artwork to Russia, stressing that Finland had “no reason to withhold items from any museum”. The Finnish Foreign Ministry has allowed the return of artworks to Russia. On Wednesday, the Finnish customs service confirmed the seizure of Russian art objects from museums including the Hermitage in St, Petersburg worth over 42 million euros (close to $46 million). The museum cargo consisted of three batches which were detained from April 2-4 as qualifying for EU sanctions. The batches were exhibited in Italy and Japan and included paintings, sculptures and antiques protected by state immunity. The Ministry of Culture has started organising the return of collections, and it is expected that the works will return to the Russian Federation the coming weekend,” the minister wrote on her Telegram channel, thanking her colleagues from the Foreign Ministry, the Russian Embassy in Finland and the Federal Customs Service for their joint work and assistance.
- The UN General Assembly on 7 April adopted a resolution suspending Russia’s work in the UN Human Rights Council, with the Russian Foreign Ministry slamming the move as an “unlawful and politically motivated step.” Beijing is opposed to the politicization of the human rights issue, said China’s Foreign Ministry in connection with Russia being suspended from its seat on the UN Human Rights Council. Preparation of the resolution was not transparent, and this move will only serve to exacerbate the split in the Council, “increase contradictions between the parties and add fuel to the fire,” Zhao Lijian added. The countries that voted against include Algeria, Belarus, Bolivia, Burundi, the CAR, China, Republic of the Congo, Cuba, North Korea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Mali, Nicaragua, Russia, Syria, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, and Zimbabwe. Egypt, Cameroon, Ghana, India, Kuwait, Mexico, Mongolia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and the UAE are among those that abstained. Serbia, Israel, and Turkey were among those that supported the move to suspend Russia from the body. [ In addition to Russia, have Arab countries in which 12-year-old girls marry and in which women are denied education have also been expelled from the UN Human Rights Committee? ]
- The Indian medical tourism market, which was valued at $2.89 billion in 2020, is expected to reach $13.42 billion by 2026. According to the report India Tourism Statistics at a Glance 2020, an estimated 697,300 foreign tourists went for medical treatment in India in 2019. From launching the “National Strategy and Roadmap for Medical and Wellness Tourism” to introducing E-Medical Visas across 156 countries, India aims to strengthen the promotion of the country as a medical value travel (MVT) and wellness destination.
- While the Norwegian government pledged to look into the possibility of banning Russian vessels from its ports, trade professionals have warned that this step may jeopardise the extensive fisheries cooperation between the two countries, to the point of leaving Norway without cod, a staple of its cuisine. Closing the ports were one of the measures requested by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky as he addressed the Norwegian parliament last week. After his speech, Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre made it clear, though, that this was irrelevant, instead pointing out the extensive fisheries cooperation between Norway and Russia. Opposition leader and former Prime Minister Erna Solberg didn’t think it was a good idea either.
- “Countries should think long-term about space cooperation, as there are many things on which they could work together regardless of geopolitical tensions,” Carlos Moura, the president of the Brazilian Space Agency said. When asked whether anti-Russia sanctions in connection with the Ukraine crisis had had any impact on cooperation between the two countries in space, Moura stated: “Not for the moment.” Russia and other countries should work together on maintaining the International Space Station (ISS) or possibly constructing another station in the future, Carlos Moura said.
- Two men have been arrested for impersonating US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) agents after two years spent showering Secret Service agents with gifts including guns and free apartments. Haider Sher-Ali and Arian Taherzadeh were charged, on Wednesday, with one count of false impersonation of an officer of the state, according to court filings. Four Secret Service officials in First Lady Jill Biden’s detail who allegedly accepted gifts from the phony DHS agents have also been placed on administrative leave. Sher-Ali and Taherzadeh had lavished them with presents, including rent-free penthouse apartments, high-end electronics, police equipment, a drone, and the use of “official government vehicles,” among other goodies. Taherzadeh had specifically offered to buy a $2,000 assault rifle for one of the agents assigned to the First Lady’s security detail, according to the indictment.
- During the last week of March, multiple major media outlets in the UK and the US ran stories about Ukraine’s ‘Azov Batalion’, seeking to whitewash almost a decade of previous reporting that clearly identified the unit’s Nazi sympathies and ethos. Supposedly acting independently, they nonetheless stuck to the same talking points and often the same verbiage, suggesting a concerted effort to spin the unit as heroic defenders of Ukraine against the alleged “real” fascists – the Russians. The Financial Times ran a story describing Azov as “key to the nationwide resistance effort.” While it acknowledges that Azov was created in 2014 “by volunteers with nationalist and often far-right political leanings,” the FT shrugs off its Nazi connections. Thus, the Nazi symbols used by the unit itself are described as “now claimed as pagan symbols by some battalion members.” More to the point, the symbols themselves were picked out by Azov founder Andriy Biletsky – a notorious white supremacist – as he himself told another outlet back in 2014.
- Social media behemoth Meta is reportedly considering rolling out a digital currency, the Financial Times revealed on Wednesday, years after the company’s initial efforts to create a cryptocurrency called Libra ran around on a combination of stifling regulations and user distrust. Despite the collapse of its planned cryptocurrency Diem – formerly known as Libra – Meta has not given up on its plans to muscle into the financial services sector, with internal sources suggesting the company has plans to roll out a whole suite of virtual coins, tokens, and even business lending services. Subsidiary Meta Financial Technologies is said to be “exploring the creation of a virtual currency for the metaverse,” something employees have begun referring to as “Zuck Bucks,” company sources told FT.
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Frankfurt, Germany, 1742. The whole structure is glowing, which is long before electrical light was said to be invented. Also worth noting that is an emblem of the Russian empire. ~ awakenedspecies
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