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  • A Dutch city will become the first in the world to ban meat adverts from public spaces in an effort to reduce consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. Haarlem, which lies to the west of Amsterdam and has a population of about 160,000, will enact the prohibition from 2024 after meat was added to a list of products deemed to contribute to the climate crisis. Adverts will not be allowed on Haarlem’s buses, shelters and screens in public spaces.

 

  • The former Prince Charles is now the King of the United Kingdom following the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth II in Scotland on Thursday. The long serving heir apparent takes over the monarchy at the age of 73, assuming ownership of her title and role as head of the Commonwealth as well as her land and property. His longtime companion Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, becomes queen consort.

 

  • The details of ‘Operation London Bridge’ — the plan for national mourning and the funeral ceremony for the queen — have previously been reported in the media. But a supplementary plan for her death while visiting Scotland also exists, dubbed ‘Operation Unicorn’ after the Scottish national animal that adorns the royal coat of arms.

 

  • Portugal’s General Staff of the Armed Forces (EMGFA) has been targeted by a “prolonged and unprecedented” cyber attack, resulting in the leak of a raft of secret NATO documents, local media outlets reported on Thursday. According to Diario de Noticias newspaper, the Portuguese government was not even aware of the attack until the US informed it of the breach, which has been classified by the nation’s authorities as “extremely serious.” The outlet’s sources claim that it was the US intelligence community that found “hundreds” of confidential or secret NATO documents put up for sale on the dark web. According to the report, the notice on the discovery was sent directly to Antonio Costa, the nation’s prime minister, last August.

 

  • An Italian freelance journalist who went missing late last month while covering the conflict in Ukraine is being treated in a Russian hospital, the Defense Ministry in Moscow reported on Thursday. Mattia Sorbi was rescued by Russian forces after a car he was traveling in towards the frontline triggered a mine, the ministry said in a statement. It claimed that the people from the Ukrainian side who had helped the Italian reach his destination had deliberately set him up, hoping that his death could be blamed on Russia.

 

  • European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has asked EU member nations to implement “mandatory” energy rationing policies, calling on the bloc to “flatten the curve” of demand during a Wednesday press conference in language reminiscent of the darkest days of the Covid-19 lockdowns. “What we have to do is flatten the curve to avoid the peak demands. We will propose a mandatory target for reducing electricity use at peak hours and we will work very closely with the member states to achieve this,” she announced, calling for the rationing measures to be locked in before demand starts to soar in earnest in the winter. In addition to rationing the existing supply, von der Leyen called for capping profits for energy companies raking in record profits due to market prices, and reinvesting those funds in renewables, which she called “our energy insurance for the future.”

 

  • The Russia-controlled Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine must become a kind of “sanctuary” in order to protect it from further military attacks, Rafael Grossi, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), said on Wednesday. Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier claimed that the IAEA is under pressure from the US and Western European countries and “cannot directly say that the shelling comes from Ukrainian territory.” Grossi pointed out that Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky had similarly criticized the organization for not reporting on alleged Russian bombing, taking it as an indication that the watchdog is “working well” and not acting as a referee. “Being a judge, the referee between two contenders, is not my mandate. Indeed, if I did, I would undo my usefulness as a guarantor of the safety of the nuclear power plant,” Grossi said.

 

  • Canadian Finance Minister and Deputy PM Chrystia Freeland is one of the likely candidates set to replace NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, who is leaving his post next year, according to an article by CBC published on Wednesday. Freeland, who is an ethnic Ukrainian, is yet to give any official statements on the matter. Freeland is reportedly around “the middle of the pack” of women who could be handed the reigns to the US-led military bloc.

 

  • Former US President Donald Trump said on Thursday he would make a decision on whether to contest the 2024 presidential election “in the very near future.” Speaking to Indian broadcaster NDTV, the ex-president claimed that “everyone wants me to run,” hinting that he is optimistic about his prospects for winning both the Republican nomination, and a potential rematch with the current president, Joe Biden. “I’m leading in the polls, and every poll – Republican polls and Democrat polls. I’ll make a decision in the very near future, I suspect. And I think that a lot of people are going to be very happy.” Earlier reports suggested that Trump could launch his presidential bid before the November midterm election, even as early as July, which did not happen.

 

  • Nihangs are Sikh warriors who carry traditional weapons such as swords, daggers, spears, etc. and are dressed in loose blue robes. They are part of an ultra-conservative order within the Sikh community. Two Nihang Sikhs have been arrested in Amritsar city in the Indian state of Punjab for killing a man near the Golden Temple, while the search for another person is ongoing, police said on Thursday. “They had taken offense to his chewing tobacco and being drunk while roaming in that area,” police told reporters. “It is shameful that while there were 6-7 people on the spot, none of them called us,” they added.

 

  • Through paleographic and carbon-14 dating methods, researchers determined the exact era and historicity of the papyrus note, written in the Paleo-Hebrew language. A 2,700-year-old papyrus note has been unveiled by Israel’s Antiquities Authority. It was found in the US and brought back to Jerusalem recently. The letter fragment on the note reads: “To Ishmael send.” Discussing the message communicated through the letter, Joe Uziel, director of the Antiquities Authority’s Judaean Desert scrolls unit, told AFP: “We don’t know exactly what was being sent and to where.” Calling the recently discovered papyrus note “unique and extremely rare,” Eaton Klein, deputy director of the Theft Prevention Unit, explained that during the Iron Age, Hebrews used pieces of clay to write down small notes. The researchers reportedly recovered the papyrus note from a man in the US state of Montana. He acquired it from his late mother, who had framed it and hung it in her home.

 

  • A senior Muslim officer in Jammu and Kashmir has landed in hot water after making a “lighthearted” remark about a vegetarian Hindu colleague’s eating preferences, which eventually led to his suspension from service and a criminal case being filed against him for “outraging religious sentiments.” The duo, along with two other colleagues, were having lunch when the incident took place, according to the FIR. Upon seeing Sharma ordering a vegetarian dish, Kohli allegedly questioned his food choice, while remarking that the ancient Hindu texts the Vedas allow Hindus to consume non-vegetarian food. Sharma claimed that Kohli was mocking his religion and preference to have vegetarian food, as a vast majority of Hindus avoid eating meat products due to their religious codes, and later filed a complaint over the incident. Sharma also questioned whether the government employees in the Jammu and Kashmir union territory are “ruled by Islamic laws, or the Constitution of India.”

 

  • During his presidency, Trump enjoyed a cordial relationship with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, which some Western media outlets even labeled a “bromance.” “For America, I can only speak for America, we’re going to be energy independent, we’re going to have a great economy, roaring economy again, which we don’t have right now,” he continued. “Okay, we set every record on jobs. We’ve never had an economy, like the economy that I had. But we’ll bring back energy independence, and we will do things that we haven’t been able to do in the last two years.” Trump was also asked if his administration enjoyed a better relationship with India than Joe Biden and Barack Obama, to which he replied: “I think my relationship… you’ll have to ask Prime Minister Modi. I think India has never had a better friend than me. That is one of the relationships that I have formed. India has never had a better friend as President than me.”

 

  • It’s possible that there could be a massive disc and a ninth planet, said Antranik Sefilian at Cambridge’s Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. “With the discovery of each new trans-Neptunian Object (TNO), we gather more evidence that might help explain their behavior.” “The Planet Nine hypothesis is a fascinating one, but if the hypothesized ninth planet exists, it has so far avoided detection,” said co-author Sefilian. The alternative explanation to the so-called ‘Planet Nine’ hypothesis proposes a disc made up of small icy bodies with a combined mass as much as ten times that of Earth. The strange orbits of some objects in the farthest reaches of our solar system, hypothesized by some astronomers to be shaped by an unknown ninth planet, can instead be explained by the combined gravitational force of small objects orbiting the Sun beyond Neptune, say researchers.
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News Burst 20 June 2024 Several high-profile candidates have turned down offers to run aerospace giant, Boeing, The Wall Street Journal has reported, as the plane-maker faces scrutiny over multiple safety issues with its products. The aerospace giant announced in...

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News Burst 19 June 2024 The Ukrainian translator, at the Peace Conference in Switzerland, translated the Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni badly! The Ukrainian translator says: "If Russia does not agree, we will force it to surrender!" in reality Meloni says: "If...

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News Burst 18 June 2024 Will Fauci and his ilk answer for damage caused by Covid policies? The American pandemic czar has admitted he was just making up restrictions on the fly during the crisis.As with so many other issues, establishment bureaucrats just got in the...

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News Burst 17 June 2024 "If Russia doesn’t agree to our terms we will force them to surrender" – PM of Italy, Meloni @ International Conference on Ukraine in Switzerland   The U.S. House of Representatives passed a measure to automatically register men aged 18 to...

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News Burst 16 June 2024 As a state, Ukraine is vitally – or fatally – dependent on the West: As the Ukrainian anti-corruption activist Martina Bohuslavets notes in the staunchly patriotic Ukrainska Pravda, Kiev’s “international partners finance not only the...

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News Burst 15 June 2024 ​In the era of hybrid work, with employees splitting their time between two days in the office and three days working remotely, employers have ramped up using productivity monitoring software. However, employees have outsmarted some of these...

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