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WEDNESDAY, 05 MAY 2021, 23:29


Death Toll Rises As Protests In Myanmar Continue

Today at 22:17 PM, via NPR

It’s been three months since Myanmar’s military seized control. The number of civilians killed protesting the takeover has risen to over 750, and neither side is showing any willingness to compromise.


WATCH | Bitcoin, ethereum get S&P cryptocurrency indexes

Today at 23:24 PM, via Fin24

The S&P Dow Jones Indices launched new cryptocurrency indexes, further mainstreaming digital currencies including bitcoin and ethereum by bringing them to the trading floors of Wall Street.


Total shared gas revenue with Myanmar military – report

Today at 23:04 PM, via Fin24

Myanmar’s military has received hundreds of millions of dollars from gas sales through a financial scheme linked to a pipeline exploited by French energy giant Total, a French newspaper reported on Tuesday.


Several ANC branches in Mahikeng pledge support for Magashule

Today at 21:18 PM, via SABC News

African National Congress (ANC) members from 35 branches of the Mahikeng sub-region in the North West have condemned the immediate temporary suspension of Secretary-General Ace Magashule from the party.


Popularity at school linked to age position in class – study

Today at 20:00 PM, via The Guardian

Research in England, Sweden and the Netherlands shows how age gaps can shape lives

Forget about having the right clothes or the right attitude, being cool in school could be about being just slightly older than your peers, a study has found.

Researchers surveyed more than 13,000 teenagers aged 14-15 in England, Sweden and the Netherlands on who they thought was the most popular in their class...


Biden Blocks Trump’s Gig-worker Rule

Today at 22:45 PM, via Slashdot

The Biden administration has blocked a Trump-era rule that would have made it easier for companies like Uber, Lyft and Instacart to continue classifying rideshare drivers and delivery workers as independent contractors under federal law. From a report: The rule pertained to the classification of gig workers under the Fair Labor Standards Act, which requires employers to pay non-exempt employees...


Operating Rooms Go Under the Knife

Today at 11:00 AM, via New York Times

Hospitals are bringing together surgeons, anesthesiologists and nurses with architects, engineers and administrative staff to rethink the modern operating room.