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Indonesian authorities prepare to ban sex before marriage

Indonesia’s government is set to pass this month, probably nxt week, a new law that will punish sex outside of marriage with imprisonment, motivating it as a measure „to preserve Indonesian values.” Close relatives can report the crime, which will carry a sentence of up to one year in jail.

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Laundry and other cleaning products recall

An estimated 8 million laundry and other cleaning products have been recalled due to potential bacterial contamination, leading to sickness in nearly a dozen customers.

Elon Musk wants to test brain implants in humans soon

Elon Musk declared that after testing on monkeys the brain implant will be tested on humans.

The French baguette received status on UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage

The "artisanal know-how and culture of the French baguette", the long, crusty and delicious loaf bread, is now officially recognized on UNESCO's list of Intangible Cultural Heritage,was announced Wednesday.

The artificial intelligence could predict the 10-year risk of death from a heart attack or stroke

A promising use of artificial intelligence is now to predict the 10-year risk of death from a heart attack or stroke from a single chest X-ray. Researchers used nearly 150,000 chest X-rays to train an artificial intelligence program to identify patterns in the images associated with risk from major cardiovascular disease events.

WhatsApp will roll out a new feature: Message Yourself

WhatsApp will make available in the coming weeks a new feature: Message Yourself. This can be used to write important notes to yourself, saving web links, or uploading documents and voice notes.

Smart bandages – a developing promising work at Stanford University

Researchers of Stanford University created a smart bandage that uses electrical stimulation and biosensors to speed up the wound-healing process. The new bandages also can monitor the progression of wound healing using wireless circuitry and temperature sensors

Entertainement News

The MTV EMAs 2022

The MTV EMAs were broadcast on Nov. 13.

US rapper Takeoff was shot dead at the age of 28

US rapper Takeoff, real name Kirshnik Khari Ball, from the chart-topping group Migos, one of the most influential groups of their generation, was shot dead at the age of 28 in Houston on Tuesday.

Rock’n’roll pioneer Jerry Lee Lewis has died aged 87

The American rock’n’roll pioneer Jerry Lee Lewis has died Friday aged 87 of natural causes at his home in DeSoto County, Mississippi.

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Bob Iger has returned as the CEO of the Walt Disney Company

Unexpected change at the Walt Disney Company: after less than a year in retirement, Robert (Bob) Iger has returned as the CEO for a second time for the next two years.

Donald Trump’s Twitter account was reinstated

Elon Musk reinstated Donald Trump’s account „@realdonaldTrump „ on Twitter on Saturday after asking Twitter users in a poll. More than 15 million people responded to the poll.

A Tesla recall for more than 321,000 vehicles was announced

Texas-based Tesla electric car company announced Saturday a recall of more than 321,000 vehicles Model 3 and Model Y because the taillights could turn off unexpectedly due to a software problem, increasing the risk of a collision.

Walt Disney Co. is acting to cut costs

Walt Disney Co., plans to freeze hiring and cut some jobs.

Life

A rogue wave killed one passenger and injured four on Viking Polaris cruise ship

The Norwegian-flagged Viking Polaris cruise ship, one of the largest cruise lines in the world, only two months old , was sailing Wednesday toward Ushuaia in Argentina beginning expedition for Antarctica when a massive ROGUE wave smashed into the vessel during a storm killing one and injuring four.

A passenger of Carnival Valor cruise ship was rescued after being 15 hours in water

A 28-year-old man, passenger of the Carnival Valor ship, who was reported missing by the crew at around 2:30 p.m on Wednesday was rescued alive on Thursday evening by the U.S. Coast Guard about 20 miles south of Southwest Pass, Louisiana, in the Gulf of Mexico.

Poppy seeds urgent recall in Australia

Poppy seeds – kitchen ingredient - sold at both Coles and Woolworths are urgently being recalled across Australia by Hoyts Food Manufacturing due potential contamination with unusually high levels of thebaine.

Science

A rogue wave killed one passenger and injured four on Viking Polaris cruise ship

The Norwegian-flagged Viking Polaris cruise ship, one of the largest cruise lines in the world, only two months old , was sailing Wednesday toward Ushuaia in Argentina beginning expedition for Antarctica when a massive ROGUE wave smashed into the vessel during a storm killing one and injuring four.

Elon Musk wants to test brain implants in humans soon

Elon Musk declared that after testing on monkeys the brain implant will be tested on humans.

A solar storm is expected to hit Thursday the Earth

A solar storm predicted to be a G-1 geomagnetic storm from a “canyon-like” hole in the sun’s atmosphere could launch 1.8 million mph solar winds at Earth on Thursday. Coronal holes are areas in the sun's upper atmosphere where our star's electrified gas (or plasma) is less hot and dense than in other regions, which makes them appear black in contrast

Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii erupts after 40 years

The world’s largest active volcano Mauna Loa, 13,681-foot, which covers half the island of Hawaii, erupts again, for the first time in nearly 40 years. USGS webcams at the summit clearly showed a long fissure erupting fountains of lava which was spreading along the caldera floor.

Severe thunderstorm threat this week for parts of America

It would be the first time there have been two Level 4 risks issued anywhere in the U.S. in the month of November.

Health

A promising use of artificial intelligence is now to predict the 10-year risk of death from a heart attack or stroke from a single chest X-ray. Researchers used nearly 150,000 chest X-rays to train an artificial intelligence program to identify patterns in the images associated with risk from major cardiovascular disease events.
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News in Europe

The French baguette received status on UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage

The "artisanal know-how and culture of the French baguette", the long, crusty and delicious loaf bread, is now officially recognized on UNESCO's list of Intangible Cultural Heritage,was announced Wednesday.

A huge drugs “super-cartel” was dismantled, the European Union’s police agency announced

A "super cartel" of drug traffickers who control about one third of the cocaine trade in six European countries was dismantled in "Operation Desert Light" and over 30 tons of drugs were seized by law enforcement, Europol and the European Union crime agency said Monday.

Deadly landslide occurred Saturday on a Italian holiday island

popular holiday destination for tourists and Italians, in the small town of Casamicciola

“LGBT propaganda”banned in Russia

Russia’s lower house of parliament passed in the third reading amendments to the law called “LGBT propaganda” on Thursday.

News in USA

Killer robots could be used by police in San Francisco in emergency situations

Officials in San Francisco have voted 8 – 3 to give the city’s police the power to use potentially lethal, remote-controlled robots in some emergency situations.

Severe thunderstorm threat this week for parts of America

It would be the first time there have been two Level 4 risks issued anywhere in the U.S. in the month of November.

Victims in a shooting between juveniles in Atlanta

At least one person was killed and five people were wounded in a shooting near Atlanta’s Atlantic Station retail district Saturday night. The incident occurred after a dispute in a group of juveniles

Six people killed, several wounded in a shooting at a Walmart, in Virginia

An employee, supposed manager, opened fire at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, on Sam's Circle, on Tuesday evening, killing six people and wounding at least five others. A pistol was used in the shooting

International News

Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii erupts after 40 years

The world’s largest active volcano Mauna Loa, 13,681-foot, which covers half the island of Hawaii, erupts again, for the first time in nearly 40 years. USGS webcams at the summit clearly showed a long fissure erupting fountains of lava which was spreading along the caldera floor.

An Indian man arrested four years after he killed an Australian woman

An Indian man, Rajwinder Singh, 38, was arrested on Friday in Delhi from North Delhi’s GT Karnal Road. He was carrying a reward of $1 million, the highest ever offered in Queensland, announced earlier this month by Australian High Commission.

A strong earthquake killed dozens in Indonesia

At least 56 people have died on Monday in Indonesia and more than 700 were injured after 5.6-magnitude earthquake hit the Cianjur region in West Java at a depth of 10 kilometers (6.2 miles). Both numbers are feared to increase because many residents are trapped in the rubble of collapsed buildings.
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Indonesian authorities prepare to ban sex before marriage

Indonesia’s government is set to pass this month, probably nxt week, a new law that will punish sex outside of marriage with imprisonment, motivating it as a measure „to preserve Indonesian values.” Close relatives can report the crime, which will carry a sentence of up to one year in jail.

A rogue wave killed one passenger and injured four on Viking Polaris cruise ship

The Norwegian-flagged Viking Polaris cruise ship, one of the largest cruise lines in the world, only two months old , was sailing Wednesday toward Ushuaia in Argentina beginning expedition for Antarctica when a massive ROGUE wave smashed into the vessel during a storm killing one and injuring four.

Laundry and other cleaning products recall

An estimated 8 million laundry and other cleaning products have been recalled due to potential bacterial contamination, leading to sickness in nearly a dozen customers.

Elon Musk wants to test brain implants in humans soon

Elon Musk declared that after testing on monkeys the brain implant will be tested on humans.

Disruption in flight operations at Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport in Mumbay, due to a damaged cable

A computer system crash at Terminal 2 of Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) – the second busiest airport in the country has led to long queues on Thursday as check-ins were being done in the manual mode for an hour and a half.

The French baguette received status on UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage

The "artisanal know-how and culture of the French baguette", the long, crusty and delicious loaf bread, is now officially recognized on UNESCO's list of Intangible Cultural Heritage,was announced Wednesday.

Killer robots could be used by police in San Francisco in emergency situations

Officials in San Francisco have voted 8 – 3 to give the city’s police the power to use potentially lethal, remote-controlled robots in some emergency situations.

A solar storm is expected to hit Thursday the Earth

A solar storm predicted to be a G-1 geomagnetic storm from a “canyon-like” hole in the sun’s atmosphere could launch 1.8 million mph solar winds at Earth on Thursday. Coronal holes are areas in the sun's upper atmosphere where our star's electrified gas (or plasma) is less hot and dense than in other regions, which makes them appear black in contrast

The artificial intelligence could predict the 10-year risk of death from a heart attack or stroke

A promising use of artificial intelligence is now to predict the 10-year risk of death from a heart attack or stroke from a single chest X-ray. Researchers used nearly 150,000 chest X-rays to train an artificial intelligence program to identify patterns in the images associated with risk from major cardiovascular disease events.

China consolidates its permanent presence in space

The arrival of the three astronauts — Fei Junlong (57), Deng Qingming (56) and Zhang Lu (46) — will mark the first crew rotation on the Chinese space station.

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Indonesian authorities prepare to ban sex before marriage

Indonesia’s government is set to pass this month, probably nxt week, a new law that will punish sex outside of marriage with imprisonment, motivating it as a measure „to preserve Indonesian values.” Close relatives can report the crime, which will carry a sentence of up to one year in jail.

A rogue wave killed one passenger and injured four on Viking Polaris cruise ship

The Norwegian-flagged Viking Polaris cruise ship, one of the largest cruise lines in the world, only two months old , was sailing Wednesday toward Ushuaia in Argentina beginning expedition for Antarctica when a massive ROGUE wave smashed into the vessel during a storm killing one and injuring four.

Laundry and other cleaning products recall

An estimated 8 million laundry and other cleaning products have been recalled due to potential bacterial contamination, leading to sickness in nearly a dozen customers.

Elon Musk wants to test brain implants in humans soon

Elon Musk declared that after testing on monkeys the brain implant will be tested on humans.

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