By Raffaele Del Gatto

Divers resume sea search for crashed plane’s second black box

An aerial search for victims and wreckage of a crashed Indonesian plane has expanded as divers continued combing the debris-littered seabed looking for the cockpit voice recorder…

BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Twitter chief says Trump ban was right decision but sets ‘dangerous precedent’

Jack Dorsey: ‘I do not celebrate having to ban Donald Trump’‘A ban is a failure of ours to promote healthy conversation’Jack Dorsey, the chief executive of Twitter, has said that banning Donald Trump from the platform was the “right decision” but that it sets a dangerous precedent. Relat…

the Guardian

China sees new coronavirus case spike ahead of WHO research visit

China is experiencing a new surge in coronavirus cases and has reported its first Covid-related death in months…

BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Ugandans go to polls after election campaign marred by violence

Bobi Wine’s challenge to Yoweri Museveni seen as emblem of Africa-wide generation gapUgandans go to the polls on Thursday after one of the most keenly-watched and violent election campaigns in a generation, as the pop star politician Bobi Wine tries to unseat Yoweri Museveni from his 34-…

the Guardian

Coronavirus live news: New York pleads for more Covid vaccine as global daily deaths pass 17,000 for first time

New York Mayor warns city will fall short of its inoculation goals unless it gets more vaccine; Portugal announces lockdown; UK passes 100,000 deathsCoronavirus variant from UK ‘must not get out of hand’ warns EUUS coronavirus death toll reaches new one-day highUK coronavirus deaths pass…

the Guardian

Nice phone: Bali’s thieving monkeys can spot high-value items to ransom

Study finds macaques go for tourists’ electronics and wallets over empty bags and then maximise their profitAt the Uluwatu temple in Bali, monkeys mean business. The long-tailed macaques who roam the ancient site are infamous for brazenly robbing unsuspecting tourists and clinging on to…

the Guardian

Fiji’s attorney general won’t face charges over 1987 bombings

Prosecutor says there is ‘insufficient evidence’ to charge Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, one of Fiji’s most powerful political figuresFiji’s public prosecutor has dismissed a case against the country’s attorney general, saying there is insufficient evidence to charge him in relation to two bombin…

the Guardian

Coheed And Cambria Frontman Writes Mournful Song About PlayStation 5 Shortages

I want a PlayStation 5. I have tried on multiple occasions to acquire a PlayStation 5. I do not have a PlayStation 5. At the rate things are going, these words will likely be the first in my autobiography and on my tombstone—and perhaps yours as well. It is only right, then, that somebod…

Kotaku

‘A memory bobbing around the ocean’: message in a bottle found after two years

Conservationist on a remote Papua New Guinean island finds message from American girl thrown overboard more than 2,500km awayThis bottle was different. Glass, with its lid sealed tight, it contained a handful of rice grains and a few seashells. And a note. In November, on the remote Conf…

the Guardian

Huawei: bullets sent to Meng Wanzhou while under house arrest, court hears

Chief financial officer received multiple death threats during time in Vancouver, Canadian court toldHuawei’s chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou, has received multiple death threats – including bullets in the mail – while under house arrest in Vancouver, a Canadian court heard on Wedn…

the Guardian

U.S. Bans Cotton Imports from Xinjiang, Citing Uyghur Forced Labor

Multinational corporations including Apple, Nike, and Coca-Cola, are reportedly lobbying to water down the bill…

National Review

The truth is out there … perhaps: CIA releases thousands of UFO files

Archive made available but some documents difficult to readIntelligence agencies instructed to submit report to CongressThe truth is out there. Well, maybe. Thousands of documents from the CIA on unidentified flying objects were released this week in a document dump that the agency says…

the Guardian

World’s oldest known cave painting found in Indonesia

Picture of wild pig made at least 45,500 years ago provides earliest evidence of human settlementArchaeologists have discovered the world’s oldest known cave painting: a life-sized picture of a wild pig that was made at least 45,500 years ago in Indonesia.The finding, described in the jo…

the Guardian

Telegram, Signal feast on WhatsApp row

Signal, which many feel is more secure than Telegram, is enjoying all the attention as WhatsApp’s popularity has plummeted The post Telegram, Signal feast on WhatsApp row appeared first on Telangana Today…

Telangana Today

Cheese loses its offensive brand name

Saputo Dairy Australia, which bills itself as the country’s largest dairy processor, had long resisted calls for change…

The Mercury News

The Guardian view on Trump’s executions: vicious to the end | Editorial

The federal execution of a woman who was mentally ill was the act of a morally bankrupt administrationIn the early hours of Wednesday morning, Lisa Montgomery became the first woman to be put to death by the United States government for almost seven decades. At the Indiana penitentiary w…

the Guardian

Italy facing political crisis after ex-PM withdraws party from coalition

Loss of Matteo Renzi’s Italia Viva party comes as country struggles with Covid and economic crises Italy has been plunged into chaos after former prime minister Matteo Renzi withdrew his Italia Viva party from the country’s ruling coalition in a largely unpopular move that could end in f…

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Ubisoft announced to be working on an open-world ‘Star Wars’ game

It’s said to be in very early development The post Ubisoft announced to be working on an open-world ‘Star Wars’ game appeared first on NME | Music, Film, TV, Gaming & Pop Culture News…

NME

Asia’s rise doesn’t necessarily mean the West’s decline

The post-pandemic world is no simple seesaw game in which East Asia rises and the West falls…

The Japan Times

COVID-19 batters Asia’s already-struggling democracies

In Asia in particular, democratic or quasi-democratic governments have taken advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to strengthen their grips on power…

The Japan Times

mRNA vaccines could vanquish COVID-19 today, cancer tomorrow

Therein lies mRNA’s bigger promise: It can tell our cells to make whatever protein we want. That includes the antigens of many other diseases besides…

The Japan Times

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 2 Clip Unleashes the T-Rex

The T-Rex is on the loose in our exclusive clip from Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 2, arriving on Netflix this month…

Collider

Irish church and state apologise for callous mother and baby home institutions

Taoiseach accepts state responsibility for historic cruelty as Catholic primate acknowledges ‘painful truths’The Irish state and Ireland’s Catholic church have made landmark apologies for running and enabling a network of religious institutions that abused and shamed unmarried mothers an…

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Former HR manager and World Editor of International Business Times Italy (Newsweek media group). Now CEO and Founder of The Business Globalist and Jobs Into Media.

Raffaele Del Gatto is a geek person obsessed by innovation, interested in geopolitics, economics and management, passionate about trading and video games.