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U.S. Navy faces challenge of recovering Chinese spy balloon debris in Atlantic Ocean

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China demands U.S. return downed spy craft

More information is coming to light regard the Chinese spy balloon that captivated headlines around the world.

The Pentagon says China’s defence minister actually turned down a request to speak with our defence secretary Lloyd Austin III immediately after the U.S. shot down the Beijing spy craft on Saturday.

In the following days, the U.S. Navy has been working day and night to recover the debris from the crash site—even using sonar technology to map the ocean floor.

They also brought in an unmanned underwater vehicle to help locate small pieces of the airship.

The debris area is 15-football field big as the Chinese spy craft was 200 feet tall and weighed about 2,000 pounds.

Everything the Navy is collecting is being transported to an F.B.I. lab to be analysed.

China says the debris belongs to them.

In a State of the Union address, President Biden briefly referenced the incident calling it a “win.”

But critics have been quick to point out that President Biden and his administration allowed the Chinese spy balloon to enter United States air space and to continue across the country for one solid week—flying over ICBM facilities and other military installations coast to coast.

Lawmakers say the President missed an opportunity to discuss the growing China threat.

Over the past two days, the Navy had beautiful weather for the salvage operations however heading into the weekend—those conditions are expected to deteriorate which could complicate the recovery process.

Veronica Dudo is the U.S. Correspondent for Ticker News covering America’s biggest headlines. As an Emmy® Award nominated global journalist, Veronica has traveled across the country and around the world reporting on historical events that connect all citizens. Lauded as an award-winning international journalist, Veronica has executed stellar news coverage for NBC News, CBS News, The Hill, ME-TV Network and AOL. Her stories have highlighted a plethora of topics ranging from breaking news and politics to economic affairs across the USA, European Union, and Asia; cultural affairs; globalization; governance; education; and sustainability.

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Nintendo’s live presentation sets the stage to end the financial year with a bang

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PlayStation 5 has received a fresh Discord update, enhancing your social gaming experience. Connect with friends, join voice chats, and stay in the loop directly from your console.

Prepare for a thrilling showcase packed with game reveals, exclusive trailers, and updates on your favourite Nintendo franchises.

Whether you’re a fan of Mario, Zelda, or new indie titles, this Direct promises to deliver something for everyone. Mark your calendars and get ready for a gaming extravaganza!

Emily Leaney joins to discuss the latest.

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U.S. advocates for tobacco-style warning labels on social media platforms

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In an attempt to safeguard adolescent mental health, the U.S. Surgeon General has advocated for the implementation of warning labels on social media platforms.

On this episode of Ticker Hot Shots – U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy looks to implement warnings on social media platforms, Adobe get sued over hidden payments, a micro-EV slots into the urban market and the Pope attends G7 to warn over the use of AI.

Ticker’s Mike Loder and Veronica Dudo discuss. #featured #trending

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China & Australia are working to strengthen ties amid panda and wine diplomacy

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Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Chinese Premier Li Li Qiang engaged in discussions concerning trade relations and human rights during a recent diplomatic meeting.

The talks aimed to address key issues affecting the economic and political relationship between the two nations.

Albanese emphasised the importance of maintaining a constructive dialogue despite recent tensions, highlighting Australia’s commitment to fostering mutually beneficial trade partnerships with China.

Professor Tim Harcourt from UTS joins to discuss. #featured #trending #global view

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