First thing: Norway attack suspicious ‘showed signs’ of radicalization’ | U.S news

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a danish man suspected of a bow and arrow attack that killed five people and injured two others in the Norwegian city of Kongsberg is a Muslim convert who showed signs before of radicalization, according to the police.

the 37-year-old suspect, who was marked as being radicalized, in temporary custody in guardianship on wednesday night. The police believe the man who lived in Kongsberg, acted alone.

Two people remain in intensive care, including a off-duty policeman. The police told the Norwegian news agency NTB that the attacker also used other weapons, but didn’t say which ones.

  • Who were the victims? four women and one man between 50 and 70 were killed, police said.

  • When and where were the attacks? The police were warned about the attacks, die took place on a number of crime scenes in Kongsberg including a supermarket, at 6:15 pm local time. The suspect was arrested 30 minutes later.

More than 1,000 firefighters battle California fire

First thing: Norway attack suspicious ‘showed signs’ of radicalization’ |  U.S news
A firefighter from Montecito fire department studies the Alisal fire if it in Refugio Canyon falls. Photo: Erick Madrid/Zuma Press Wire/Rex/Shutterstock

As regards 1,300 firefighters fought infernos spreads over the coast of Southern California on Wednesday after the latest round of dry wind.

The Alisal fire has covered more than 24 square miles in the Santa Ynez Mountains in the West of Santa Barbara, menacing more than 100 homes, farms and other buildings. Rural communities have been instructed to area.

in northern California, fire crews increased containment of a flame die has destroyed 25 mobile homes, 16 motorhomes and a park building in province of Sacramento. No injuries were reported. a conflagration in the islander mobile home park in Province of San Joaquin left a man with severe third degree burns over most of to be body after five mobile homes were damaged.

  • When does the Alisal fire start? It broke out on Monday, closure of Amtrak lines and US 101, the areathe only major highway.

  • How bad are the fires in California this? year? Wildfires have scorched nearly 3,900 square miles of land, devastation more than 3,600 buildings.

Biden belt on companies to fix issues met the supply chain

Sea containers are unloaded from ships at a container terminal in the Port Complex of Long Beach-Los Angeles in California
Sea containers are unloaded from ships at a container terminal in the Port Complex of Long Beach-Los Angeles in California. Photo: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

in the middle of a supply chain crisis die threatens to disrupt the holiday season, Joe Biden has given companies an ultimatum: sort out the bottlenecks, of is “called” out”.

Expanding Operation hours of An key port in California called Biden for the private sector to “step up”. He said Walmart, FedEx and UPS plan to: speed up their round-the-clock operations, while Target, Home Depot and Samsung are also stepping up their work in off-peak hours.

  • What will change? The gate of Los Angeles will follow the gate of Long beach in expand to 24/7 operations. The pair handle 40% of shipping containers imported to the US, but usually operate five days a week.

  • What caused the supply crisis? The pandemic has led to an offer/demand mismatch: sale of goods have risen alongside staff shortages and delays in transport nodes.

In others news …

An Ethiopian child stands in the row for food in the Um Rakuba camp, on the border between Sudan and Ethiopia in Al-Qadarif State, Sudan
An Ethiopian child stands in the row for food in the Um Rakuba camp, on the border between Sudan and Ethiopia in Al-Qadarif State, Sudan. Photo: Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah/Reuters
  • The world shall fail to end hunger by 2030 if progress being reversed by the climate crisis, conflict and pandemic, projections have revealed. Attempts to reach the goal are “dangerous” off track”.

  • Star Trek Actor William Shatner, 90, Has Become Oldest Person to Go space. shatner, who played Captain James T Kirko for four decades, broke down in tears after his 11 minute journey and said, “I hope I never recover from this.”

  • Top Trump justice department official Jeffrey Clark has been subpoenaed as the House select committee investigates the Capitol attack intensify its research.

  • Covid vaccines for children between the ages of five and eleven begin November be authorized, but to be experts concerned that convince parents will be challenging. Only one-third plan to take up the shots immediately.

status of the day: 22% of scientists threatened with violence after pandemic discussion

Common Triggers for to abuse against it was scientists die opinions offered on covid vaccination, face masks and the efficacy of drugs.
Common Triggers for to abuse against they were scientists die gave opinions on covid vaccination, face masks and the efficacy of drugs. Photo: Xinhua/Rex/Shutterstock

More than one-fifth of scientists were threatened with physically of sexual violence after in to have spoken publicly over the Covid pandemic, An international survey has found. Out of 321 scientists die surveyed by Nature magazine, 15% said they had been sent death threats, while views on vaccines, face masks and the origin of the virus were common triggers for unleash abuse. Six scientists reported being physically attacked.

Don’t Miss This: The Climate Disaster Is Here

The Bobcat fire in    the Los Angeles national forest, California
The Bobcat fire in the Los Angeles national forest, California. Photo: Kyle Grillot/AFP/Getty Images

When leaders meet at the Cop26 summit next month, the focus will be: on what seems like small temperature rises – 1,5C of 2C hotter than the pre-industrial era. But the last time it was hotter than it is now, it was at least 125,000 years ago, and the difference between these numbers is a “death sentence” for countries like the Maldives. Covering heatwaves, floods, forest fires and crops failure, this invigorating piece sets out what’s at stake if planet warming “reaches a curve” die we’ve never seen before”.

Climate check: the Swedish eco-city with a skyscraper of plywood met 20 floors

Stronger than steel… the Sara Cultural Center was at the top with the Wood hotel
Stronger than steel… the Sara Cultural Center was at the top with the Wood hotel Photo: Jonas Westling

The Swedish city of Skellefte is a window in what a climate conscious future could watch like. Powered by 100% renewable energy from hydropower and wind, Skellefteå recycles 120,000 ton of electronic waste year, using excess heat to heat the city. It even has one of the world’s tallest wooden buildings – a 20-story structure built of material including supersized plywood that has been treated for fire safety. As the only truly sustainable building material, “the future is wood”, writes the architecture and design critic Oliver Wainwright.

Last thing: ancient stool shows people enjoyed beer and blue cheese 2700 years ago

An analysis of ancient    human excrement from the salt mines of Hallstatt in Austria unveiled a diet of beans, millet and barley.
An analysis of ancient human excrement from the salt mines of Hallstatt in Austria unveiled a diet of beans, millet and barley. Photo: Anwora/Museum of Natural History of Vie/AFP/Getty Images

Workers at a salt mine in the Austrian Alps were snacking on beer and blue cheese 2700 years ago, scientists have learned after analyzing monsters of ancient feces. “This is very advanced in my opinion,” said microbiologist Frank Maixner. “I did not expect this at the time.”

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