Reuters (via War News Updates) – 10 million North Koreans face food shortage after worst harvest, says United Nations * The UN found North Korean protein intake to be very low, with some families consuming protein only a few times a year
North Korea has cut food rations to 300 grammes a day – less than 11 ounces – the lowest ever for this time of year, and further cuts are likely after the worst harvest in a decade, the United Nations said on Friday. | go to source
NDTV – Egypt’s antiquities ministry on Saturday unveiled a 4,500-year-old burial ground near the Giza pyramids containing colourful wooden coffins and limestone statues dating back to the Old Kingdom.
The site on the southeastern side of Giza plateau contains tombs and burial shafts from various periods, but the oldest is a limestone family tomb from the fifth dynasty (around 2500 BC), the ministry said. | go to source
Venture Beat – Cryptocurrency thefts, scams, and fraud seem like they’re subsiding as the technology goes mainstream, right? Wrong. Crypto criminals and fraudsters stole more than $1.2 billion in the first quarter of 2019, according to a report by cryptocurrency security firm CipherTrace. | go to source
ABC 8 News – A massive fire burned at the Herbruck’s Poultry Ranch damaging one building containing birds Tuesday.
Fire officials responded to a fire in the area of M-66 and Portland Road in Berlin Township at Herbruck’s Poultry Ranch. | go to source