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FCC wants TikTok to be removed from Apple and Google apps stores

A FCC open letter was addressed on June 24 to Apple CEO Tim Cook and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai via Twitter under the signature of the FCC’s commissioner Brendan Carr, saying that TikTok is non-compliant with the two companies’ app store policies. They were asked to remove it.

Artificial photosynthesis to grow plants without sunshine was created

Researchers at the University of California, Riverside and the University of Delaware created a two-step electrocatalytic process to convert carbon dioxide, electricity, and water into acetate, the form of the main component of vinegar. Food-producing organisms then consume acetate in the dark to grow.

The gigantic gaming monitor Odyssey Ark from Samsung will be on sale in weeks

Good news for gamers from Samsung: its massive extremely curved, extremely large Odyssey Ark gaming monitor might finally go on sale in the coming weeks, possibly in August.

Apple is expected to release next for augmented reality in 2023

A “game-changer for the headset industry” is expected to come as announcement from Apple on January 2023, according analysts. It’s about the Apple’s mixed reality headset, estimated to be its most complicated product ever.

The FDA is ready to order Juul e-cigarette off the U.S. market

It’s expected that the FDA could announce decision forcing popular e-cigarette manufacturer Juul Labs Inc. to take its e-cigarettes off the U.S. market.

Maldives Floating City – the begining of a new era in architecture

A project - joint venture between property developer Dutch Docklands and the Government of the Maldives is developing right now to build a floating city, in the waters of the Indian Ocean, big enough to house 20,000 people.

Entertainement News

The pop star Justin Bieber postponed shows, he has Ramsay Hunt syndrome

The 28-year-old pop star Justin Bieber announced he was diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome that can lead to temporary facial paralysis and hearing loss.

Winners of the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards

The winners of the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards were revealed Sunday.

ABBA VOYAGE virtual concert is a total success !

Abba Voyage concerts feature ABBA as virtual avatars.The first release was in London on 27 May 2022.

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Not more parties at the Airbnb rented properties, a permanent rule was imposed

The international home rental platform Airbnb banned permanently “party houses” and parties at rented properties worldwide as reaction to incidents recorded.

The G7 group of developed nations will ban imports of Russian gold

The United States said Sunday that the G7 group of nations will ban imports of Russian gold with the aim of tightening sanctions screws on Moscow.

Apple is expected to release next for augmented reality in 2023

A “game-changer for the headset industry” is expected to come as announcement from Apple on January 2023, according analysts. It’s about the Apple’s mixed reality headset, estimated to be its most complicated product ever.

Maldives Floating City – the begining of a new era in architecture

A project - joint venture between property developer Dutch Docklands and the Government of the Maldives is developing right now to build a floating city, in the waters of the Indian Ocean, big enough to house 20,000 people.

Life

Visitors will pay an entry fee and will have some tourism restrictions in Venice, Italy

From January 16, 2023, visitors to Venice, Italy, will have to pay a entry fee. The reservation must be made in advance.

The world’s longest glass-bottomed bridge is ready to receive tourists in Vietnam

The Bach Long pedestrian bridge - meaning ‘white dragon’ in Vietnamese - situated in the northwest’s Son La province is a glass-bottomed overpass suspended 150 meters above the rainforest, a 630-meter walkway conveying visitors across the Mộc Châu Island Mountain Park and Resort, is now the world's longest glass-bottomed bridge expected to be confirmed by Guinness World Records.

Dozens injured in a tourist boat accident at Horizontal Falls in Australia

Twenty-eight tourists and two crew were on board the tour boat Falls Express when it ran into trouble during an early-morning tour at Horizontal Falls, a popular attraction in Western Australia around 100 km north of Derby. Tourists were thrown overboard.

Science

America’s Supreme Cort decision on Thursday makes difficult to take action to limit the climate change

The Supreme Court on Thursday curbed the Environmental Protection Agency's ability to broadly regulate carbon emissions from existing power plants.

First images taken by the James Webb Space Telescope will be released on July 12

The first pictures obtained from the James Webb Space Telescope will be released on July 12 and will include “the deepest image of our universe that has ever been taken,” according to NASA administrator Bill Nelson.

The CAPSTONE spacecraft was launched for NASA

A small spacecraft was launchd to the moon for NASA by Rocket Lab from New Zealand early Thursday. The spacecraft called CAPSTONE (acronym for Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment) is a 55-pound microwave-oven sized and represents the first launch under NASA’s Artemis lunar program.

Artificial photosynthesis to grow plants without sunshine was created

Researchers at the University of California, Riverside and the University of Delaware created a two-step electrocatalytic process to convert carbon dioxide, electricity, and water into acetate, the form of the main component of vinegar. Food-producing organisms then consume acetate in the dark to grow.

Scientists discovered a giant bacterium in Guadeloupe

Scientists have discovered the world’s largest known bacterium, a vermicelli-shaped organism ,which comes in the form of white filaments the size of human eyelashe.

Health

One person has died and 22 others have been hospitalized in the U.S. due to a outbreak of listeria linked to Florida but discovered in 10 states.
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News in Europe

Visitors will pay an entry fee and will have some tourism restrictions in Venice, Italy

From January 16, 2023, visitors to Venice, Italy, will have to pay a entry fee. The reservation must be made in advance.

Russian forces abandoned Snake Island , it’s a victory for Ukraine

Ukraine's Operational Command "South" took to Facebook to announce that following a coordinated overnight missile strike "the opponent hurriedly evacuated.”

Shooting with victims at a Norway LGBTQ nightclub in Oslo

A shooting at a Norway LGBTQ nightclub in Oslo and in nearby streets occurred Saturday night before the Oslo annual Pride Parade was set to take place. The shooting left two dead and at least 14 wounded. There were wounded people on the ground inside and outside the bar when the police arrived.

A national incident was declared in England after evidence of transmission of poliovirus was detected

Public health officials have declared a national incident and informed the World Health Organization of the situation after routine surveillance of wastewater in north and east London found evidence of community transmission of poliovirus.

News in USA

CDC is investigating a listeria outbreak originated in Florida

One person has died and 22 others have been hospitalized in the U.S. due to a outbreak of listeria linked to Florida but discovered in 10 states.

A teenage girl was in critical condition after a shark attack in Florida

A teenage girl was attacked by a shark approximately nine feet long at Keaton Beach in Taylor County, northwestern Florida, when she was scalloping in water approximately 5 feet deep near Grassy Island.

America’s Supreme Cort decision on Thursday makes difficult to take action to limit the climate change

The Supreme Court on Thursday curbed the Environmental Protection Agency's ability to broadly regulate carbon emissions from existing power plants.

A woman walking with baby was deadly shot in head in Manhattan

A 20-year-old woman pushing a baby stroller on the Upper East Side on Lexington Avenue and East 95th Street in Manhattan was shot in the head and killed Wednesday night. The murder occurred at around 8.23pm.

International News

Visitors will pay an entry fee and will have some tourism restrictions in Venice, Italy

From January 16, 2023, visitors to Venice, Italy, will have to pay a entry fee. The reservation must be made in advance.

“The Queen of Crypto” was introduced by the FBI on the list of Ten Most Wanted fugitives

The FBI on Thursday added Dr. Ruja Ignatova to its list of Ten Most Wanted fugitives. The Bulgarian businesswoman Dr. Ruja Ignatova, 42, dubbed “The Queen of Crypto,” disappeared in October 2017 when she boarded a flight to Athens with the money she stole from investors.

Not more parties at the Airbnb rented properties, a permanent rule was imposed

The international home rental platform Airbnb banned permanently “party houses” and parties at rented properties worldwide as reaction to incidents recorded.
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Visitors will pay an entry fee and will have some tourism restrictions in Venice, Italy

From January 16, 2023, visitors to Venice, Italy, will have to pay a entry fee. The reservation must be made in advance.

“The Queen of Crypto” was introduced by the FBI on the list of Ten Most Wanted fugitives

The FBI on Thursday added Dr. Ruja Ignatova to its list of Ten Most Wanted fugitives. The Bulgarian businesswoman Dr. Ruja Ignatova, 42, dubbed “The Queen of Crypto,” disappeared in October 2017 when she boarded a flight to Athens with the money she stole from investors.

CDC is investigating a listeria outbreak originated in Florida

One person has died and 22 others have been hospitalized in the U.S. due to a outbreak of listeria linked to Florida but discovered in 10 states.

A teenage girl was in critical condition after a shark attack in Florida

A teenage girl was attacked by a shark approximately nine feet long at Keaton Beach in Taylor County, northwestern Florida, when she was scalloping in water approximately 5 feet deep near Grassy Island.

Big landslide occurred in Manipur, India, with dozens victims

At least 17 people including 14 Army personnel have died and more than 70 others are feared buried after a massive landslide occurred after weeks of heavy rainfall at a railway construction site in the Noney district of Manipur, India, on Wednesday night. The landslide also damaged the Tupul railway station building.

America’s Supreme Cort decision on Thursday makes difficult to take action to limit the climate change

The Supreme Court on Thursday curbed the Environmental Protection Agency's ability to broadly regulate carbon emissions from existing power plants.

First images taken by the James Webb Space Telescope will be released on July 12

The first pictures obtained from the James Webb Space Telescope will be released on July 12 and will include “the deepest image of our universe that has ever been taken,” according to NASA administrator Bill Nelson.

Russian forces abandoned Snake Island , it’s a victory for Ukraine

Ukraine's Operational Command "South" took to Facebook to announce that following a coordinated overnight missile strike "the opponent hurriedly evacuated.”

A woman walking with baby was deadly shot in head in Manhattan

A 20-year-old woman pushing a baby stroller on the Upper East Side on Lexington Avenue and East 95th Street in Manhattan was shot in the head and killed Wednesday night. The murder occurred at around 8.23pm.

Not more parties at the Airbnb rented properties, a permanent rule was imposed

The international home rental platform Airbnb banned permanently “party houses” and parties at rented properties worldwide as reaction to incidents recorded.

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Visitors will pay an entry fee and will have some tourism restrictions in Venice, Italy

From January 16, 2023, visitors to Venice, Italy, will have to pay a entry fee. The reservation must be made in advance.

“The Queen of Crypto” was introduced by the FBI on the list of Ten Most Wanted fugitives

The FBI on Thursday added Dr. Ruja Ignatova to its list of Ten Most Wanted fugitives. The Bulgarian businesswoman Dr. Ruja Ignatova, 42, dubbed “The Queen of Crypto,” disappeared in October 2017 when she boarded a flight to Athens with the money she stole from investors.

CDC is investigating a listeria outbreak originated in Florida

One person has died and 22 others have been hospitalized in the U.S. due to a outbreak of listeria linked to Florida but discovered in 10 states.

A teenage girl was in critical condition after a shark attack in Florida

A teenage girl was attacked by a shark approximately nine feet long at Keaton Beach in Taylor County, northwestern Florida, when she was scalloping in water approximately 5 feet deep near Grassy Island.

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