Today's headlines include NASA's release of a recording of a black hole, Asus' launch of new laptops for content creators in India, and the report of 82 cases of 'tomato flu' in children in India. Other stories include a Twitter whistleblower who could help Musk by adding 'volatility' to legal battle, the resignation of Jaiveer Shergill as Cong national spokesperson, and the arrest of the target of the Liverpool shooting that killed Olivia Pratt-Korbel.
Breaking News (Aug 24)
LISTEN: NASA releases recording of what a black hole sounds like - Leitrim Live
Ever wondered what a black hole sounds like in our galaxy? Now is your chance as US space agency NASA has released a rare recording of a black hole which has listeners intrigued. This certain black hole lies in the center of a galaxy cluster known as Perseus,…
'Quiet quitting' isn't really quitting, but it is forcing employers to adapt - CBC News
Employees want to be fairly compensated for additional time and work, especially as the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbates occupational burnout and mental health issues. The ball is squarely in the court of employers, managers and executives, experts say.
At least 82 cases of 'tomato flu' have been reported in children in India. This is what experts know so far - ABC News
Scientists are still trying to identify exactly what the 'tomato flu' is. It's symptoms are similar to those of COVID-19 and dengue fever, and its blisters resemble those seen with the monkeypox virus.
UNILAG SSANU, NASU protest against strike suspension - Punch Newspapers
Members of the Joint Action Committee of Non-Academic Staff Union and Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Universities, University of Lagos branch are currently protesting against the sudden suspension of its strike by their executives.
Twitter whistleblower could help Musk by adding 'volatility' to legal battle - Reuters
A whistleblower's complaint that Twitter Inc <a href="https://www.reuters.com/companies/TWTR.N" target="_blank">(TWTR.N)</a> misled federal regulators about the company's security risks could provide Elon Musk with fresh ammunition in his bid to get out of bu…
'I was hospitalised with monkeypox. I would never want anyone to go through what I've been through.' - The Bristol Cable - The Bristol Cable
Carl Williams, 29, was the first monkeypox patient to be admitted to Southmead Hospital. He speaks out about the desperate need for more education about the rare disease and gives his advice to stay safe.
Jaiveer Shergill resigns as Cong national spokesperson, writes about sycophancy - Hindustan Times
Jaiveer Shergill wrote to Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi, Shergill said decision-making in the party is no longer for interests of public, but is influenced by self-serving individuals indulging in sycophancy. | Latest News India
Kyiv displays captured tanks on Independence Day as Ukrainians cast a wary eye on Russia - CNN
Ukraine's Independence Day, which on Wednesday marks 31 years since the country voted to break with the Soviet Union, is set to be a somber affair as officials warn that Russia may carry out missile attacks against Ukrainian cities.
Monkeypox vs Tomato Flu: Know difference in symptoms from expert - Hindustan Times
Monkeypox vs Tomato Flu: Like coronavirus and monkeypox, tomato flu too is a viral infection and is said to be a variant of Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD). Know the difference in symptoms of the two diseases from an expert. | Health
As it happened: PM flags further inquiry into Scott Morrison’s appointment to ministry portfolios; Investment NSW boss steps aside amid Barilaro inquiry - Sydney Morning Herald
New polling suggests wage rises are a top priority for voters, Scott Morrison says he’ll back a “genuine” inquiry into the coronavirus pandemic and the NSW trade role saga continues.