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  • Two Chinese ‘police stations’ uncovered in Germany
    von AFP am Freitag, 9. Dezember 2022 um 22:07

    China has set up at least two “police stations” in Germany, authorities have confirmed, sparking fresh concern about the overseas centres that critics say are used to harass dissidents. The German set-ups do not have fixed offices and are overseen by private individuals from the Chinese diaspora, according to the interior ministry. “Chinese authorities have The post Two Chinese ‘police stations’ uncovered in Germany appeared first on Insider Paper.

  • Dutch plan two new nuclear power plants by 2035
    von AFP am Freitag, 9. Dezember 2022 um 21:55

    The Dutch government said on Friday it would build two new nuclear power plants near a town in the southern Netherlands, saying it would reduce dependence on fossil fuels. The plants near the town of Borssele would be completed by 2035 and produce up to 13 percent of the Netherlands’ electricity, Prime Minister Mark Rutte The post Dutch plan two new nuclear power plants by 2035 appeared first on Insider Paper.

  • Hydrogen pipeline between Spain and France to be ready ‘by 2030’
    von AFP am Freitag, 9. Dezember 2022 um 21:49

    An ambitious underwater pipeline to bring hydrogen from the Iberian Peninsula to the rest of Europe will be completed by 2030 and cost some 2.5 billion euros, the leaders of France, Spain and Portugal said Friday. The H2Med project comes as Europe is scrambling to reduce its dependence on Russian energy following Moscow’s invasion of The post Hydrogen pipeline between Spain and France to be ready ‘by 2030’ appeared first on Insider Paper.

  • Putin says Russia could adopt preemptive strike concept
    von AFP am Freitag, 9. Dezember 2022 um 21:39

    President Vladimir Putin on Friday said Russia could amend its military doctrine by introducing the possibility of a preemptive strike to disarm an enemy, in an apparent reference to a nuclear attack. He spoke in response to a question from a reporter who asked him to clarify his statement from earlier this week on the The post Putin says Russia could adopt preemptive strike concept appeared first on Insider Paper.

  • Russia bars entry to 200 Canadian officials
    von AFP am Freitag, 9. Dezember 2022 um 21:37

    Moscow announced on Friday that it was banning 200 Canadian officials from entering Russia in response to similar sanctions from Ottawa. Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) boss Victor Dodig were among those targeted. The Russian foreign ministry said the move came in response to “personal sanctions against Russian officials”. The post Russia bars entry to 200 Canadian officials appeared first on Insider Paper.

  • macOS 13 Ventura ‘Background Items Added’ notification irritate users
    von Jike Eric am Freitag, 9. Dezember 2022 um 21:13

    According to many reports, the Background Items Added’ alert on MacOS 13 Ventura still frustrates users. It appears indefinitely and without control with users unable to disable it. Reports of MacOS 13 Ventura ‘Background Items Added’ notification issue The problem enables users to receive many of these repeated messages, even from programs that they have long The post macOS 13 Ventura ‘Background Items Added’ notification irritate users appeared first on Insider Paper.

  • ‘Never leave a marine behind’: Elon Musk blasts Biden’s prisoner swap with Russia
    von Brendan Taylor am Freitag, 9. Dezember 2022 um 21:08

    Elon Musk posted a Tweet on Friday morning to express his thoughts on President Biden’s prisoner swap with Russia. The swap involved the release of American basketball star Brittney Griner in exchange for a Russian prisoner. Elon Musk blasts Biden’s prisoner swap with Russia for Griner  On Thursday, Biden revealed that in return for Griner, The post ‘Never leave a marine behind’: Elon Musk blasts Biden’s prisoner swap with Russia appeared first on Insider Paper.

  • Canada sanctions Iran, Russia and Myanmar over ‘gross rights violations’
    von AFP am Freitag, 9. Dezember 2022 um 21:02

    Canada announced Friday sanctions against 67 individuals and nine entities in several countries, including members of Iran’s judiciary and prison system for alleged “gross and systematic human rights violations.” The sanctions, timed to mark world days for anti-corruption and human rights, also target Russia and Myanmar. The penalties affected 22 senior members of Iran’s judiciary, The post Canada sanctions Iran, Russia and Myanmar over ‘gross rights violations’ appeared first on Insider Paper.

  • US lawmakers say oil giants ‘greenwashed’ image while hampering climate action
    von AFP am Freitag, 9. Dezember 2022 um 20:56

    Oil giants have “greenwashed” their public image while locking in fossil fuel production for years to come, potentially foiling moves to prevent climate change, said a US House committee memo released Friday. The document follows an investigation on allegations that the fossil fuel industry has been misleading Americans about its role in the climate crisis, The post US lawmakers say oil giants ‘greenwashed’ image while hampering climate action appeared first on Insider Paper.

  • European Parliament vice-president Kaili arrested
    von AFP am Freitag, 9. Dezember 2022 um 20:27

    Belgian police arrested Greek socialist MEP Eva Kaili, one of the vice-presidents of the European Parliament, in Brussels on Friday evening, a source close to the case told AFP. The arrest, in connection with an investigation into corruption implicating World Cup hosts Qatar, follows the detention of four other suspects earlier Friday, said the source. The post European Parliament vice-president Kaili arrested appeared first on Insider Paper.