After being released from prison, 34-year-old Solomon Nhiwatiwa will be on parole for five years and will be required to register as a Tier 1 sex offender, according to ABC6. Requiring him to register his address annually for 15 years. Nhiwatiwa was sentenced on January 21 by Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge Wanda C. … Continue reading “Video: US Cop Imprisoned for 4.5 Years for Urinating on Child, Distributing Video”
Protesters are right—the extent to which the country’s new cabinet brings it closer to Iran is spooky.
LONDON – The world is in mourning today after it was announced that Terry Jones, distinguished actor, director, writer, and member of the beloved comedy team Monty Python, has finally made the final journey to that great giant foot in the sky. Born in Wales in 1942, Jones will be fondly remembered for his lifelong … Continue reading “Terry Jones goes to that great giant foot in the sky”
WASHINGTON—After he gaveled the Senate to order Wednesday afternoon, Chief Justice John Roberts sternly admonished both President Trump’s counsel and House impeachment managers to remember they were participating in a complete farce of a trial. “As you address members of this deliberative body, please bear in mind…Read more…
GENEVA – The Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor expressed its grave concern over the escalating Iraqi security forces and armed elements targeting of protests with the aim of killing and causing fatal injuries and disabilities
Republican and loyalist paramilitary groups are using the U.K.’s departure from the EU as political cover to reignite their once-dormant campaigns of terrorism.
Chinese officials have suspended travel from the epicenter of the new coronavirus as the Lunar New Year travel season kicks into high gear.
India can do much more to support the women, peace, and security agenda.
The suspense is over and we now know the names of all the members of the new Russian government. You can, for example, take this good summary published by RT. What is important right now is not only what did happen, but also what did NOT happen. I will begin with two extremely important things…
NEW YORK—Cautioning against making any rash investment decisions before the entire fabric of society falls apart and anarchy reigns supreme, financial experts recommended Wednesday to hold off on buying or selling and wait until chaos is the law of the land. “While you may be tempted to dive into the stock market now,…Read more…
(Headline abbreviated, original headline: How Michael Bloomberg’s ‘Journalists’ Propagandize for More U.S. Aggressions)
The start of the New Year finds the world facing four looming threats to human progress: surging geopolitical tensions, the climate crisis, global mistrust and the downsides of technology, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said on Wednesday.
Data gathered by LearnBonds.com shows that each UK citizen owes £37,434 of the national debt. This figure places the UK citizens as the fourth most indebted globally.
GENEVA (22 January 2020) – UN human rights experts are gravely concerned by information they have received suggesting that, in contravention of fundamental international human rights standards, a WhatsApp account belonging to the Crown Prince of the Kingdom …
World leaders at venues like Davos need to start taking the public’s declining faith in institutions seriously—or face more upheaval to come.
To achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, the world will have to shift its thinking from the national toward the urban.
China’s economy might face additional headwinds from a possible public health crisis.
Russia’s invitation for India to link up with Eurasian Economic Union recalls the SCO expansion saga.
“In order to improve the organization of work of Russia’s government, to optimize the structure and number of employees of the apparatus of the government: approve the attached structure of the apparatus of the government,” the document said. Additionally, Mishustin appointed 11 deputies to his post as head of Russia’s government. The new Russian cabinet … Continue reading “Russia’s Prime Minister Mishustin Signs Decree for Approval of New Government”
In yesterday’s column, “Making Sense of the Impeachment Charges,” I pointed out that the three impeachments of presidents by the House of Representatives were political acts. Only in the case of Bill Clinton was there a real offense. Clinton did lie under oath. However, the Senate did not regard lying about a sexual affair as…
MONTREAL—Shocking the internet with their offer to allow one fortunate adolescent the once-in-a-lifetime chance to look at adult material online, pornographic website PornHub announced a contest Wednesday which would allow one winning under-18 entrant to view its content. “We are proud to offer one lucky minor the…Read more…
THE HEAVENS—Reminiscing over how much time had passed since His days as a younger deity, God, Our Heavenly Father, expressed His nostalgia and delight Wednesday after stumbling on the old, beat-up planet He carved ‘Mötley Crüe’ all over. “Holy shit, I haven’t seen this in decades!” exclaimed the Lord, noting that He…Read more…
WASHINGTON—Over the objections of Democrats who decried the measure as not receiving sufficient debate on the congressional floor, Senate Republicans forced through a resolution Wednesday establishing Wingstop as the official sponsor of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial. “Resolved that effective immediately,…Read more…
NEW YORK—Shaking his head in disbelief at what passes for art these days, museum visitor Francis Bach was reportedly heard muttering “Well, I could do that” to himself while viewing a Metropolitan Museum of Art security guard on his lunch break. “This doesn’t really seem all that impressive,” said the 46-year-old,…Read more…
The internet has spawned subtle forms of influence that can flip elections and manipulate everything we say, think and do The post The New Mind Control. “Subliminal Stimulation”, Controlling People without Their Knowledge appeared first on Global Research.
Jan 22, 2020 A Keele University professor was among a delegation of prominent academics who visited a Beijing university recently to forge new partnerships centred on smart energy and innovation. Professor Zhong Fan, from the School of Computing and Mathematics, travelled to Tsinghua University alongside colleagues from universities across the Midlands to build new partnerships … Continue reading “Keele professor visits China to build green energy partnerships”
Jan 22, 2020 Picture: A delegation from Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) recently visited Keele University, located in the centre of the United Kingdom, ahead of its students spending a year in the UK to study on the joint diplomacy degree programme that is run in partnership by the two universities. The delegation from BFSU, … Continue reading “BFSU delegation visit UK’s Keele University ahead of student exchange this September”
WITH the General election looming in just a few short weeks, prospective voters who want to get on the register have until… ah, shite! It was today, and you missed it, didn’t you? Are you serious? Really? You just let the day come and go without doing one simple thing? As we were saying, February… … Continue reading “Voter Registration Deadline: You Missed It You Stupid Bollox”
Ivoirian President Alassane Ouattara has won plaudits for his economic successes, but there are cracks in his democratic facade.
Some years ago, David Ignatius wrote an article in the Washington Post titled, ‘Replant the American Dream’ (1), in which he told of travelling the world as a foreign correspondent some 35 years ago, and how he believed that as … The post Replant the American Dream. “Your USA Today is The World’s Most Hated … Continue reading “Replant the American Dream. “Your USA Today is The World’s Most Hated Nation”. Why?”
Sludge produces investigative journalism on lobbying and money in politics. The American Prospect is re-publishing this article. It was shortly after midnight in Baghdad on Friday, Jan. 3, when a missile strike ordered by President Trump killed Iranian General Qassem … The post The Members of Congress Who Profit from War appeared first on Global Research.
The history of Chinese immigrants in Puerto Rico is intertwined with American restrictions on Chinese immigration through 1965.
Afghanistan has made progress, but without a well-functioning government at the helm all those gains risk being lost.
A new virus from China is affecting South Korea economically and politically.
A closer look at Viettel’s forays in the 5G space and its potential implications for Vietnam’s broader approach.
Jan 22, 2020 Picture: Over 150 leading companies from across the world’s bulk liquid storage supply chain have already signed up to exhibit at StocExpo 2020. The global event, hosted at the Ahoy in Rotterdam in 10-12 March, provides an unrivalled platform for exhibitors to showcase their latest innovations and developments in front of their … Continue reading “Future-Defining Exhibitors Already Confirmed for StocExpo 2020”
CHUCKLING with the sort of sociopathic remove required to be a member of the ruling family of a country that murders journalists and commits war crimes in Yemen, Mohammed bin Salman has sought to clear up accusations that Saudi Arabia orchestrated the hacking of Amazon billionaire and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos’s phone. “Oh you… … Continue reading ““We Only Hack People, Not Phones””
Supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders at a rally in Minneapolis, Minn., on Nov. 3, 2019. Photo: Scott Heins/Getty Images It made for a tough juxtaposition. Late Monday night, CBS News reported that Bernie Sanders had just done exactly what many critics have long called on him to do: He asked his supporters … Continue reading “How the Transformative Power of Solidarity Will Beat Trump”
The police searched a specific grave in a graveyard in Maastricht on Wednesday in connection with the disappearance of then 18-year-old Tanja Groen in 1993. This search was prompted by new information the cold case team at the Limburg police received in the fall of 2019 about where Tanja’s body might have been hidden, the police … Continue reading “Graveyard searched for body of student missing since 1993”
California’s forests are home to around 130 million dead trees, which have been killed by long droughts and bark beetles. Researchers are now growing a new generation of more resilient pines they hope will make forests more sustainable.
In an interview, Alex Zhu, the head of the Chinese video app TikTok, defends the company against accusations of spying and censorship and explains why he isn’t interested in making the platform a place for political debate.
The Boeing 737 MAX saga continues and it now threatens to bring the company to the brink of insolvency: Boeing now projects the 737 MAX won’t get Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) clearance to fly until midyear, about three months further…
Donald Trump’s aides dissuaded him from making a public announcement about a Washington visit by Russia’s Vladimir Putin that never happened, according to a new book. A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump’s Testing of America paints the Trump administration as permeated with undisciplined staffers and impulsive decisions. “A Very Stable Genius” is how Trump … Continue reading “Aides Talked Trump Out of Announcing Putin Visit That Never Happened”
The police arrested two men and raided four homes in Hengelo, Arnhem, Haarlem and Lelystad on Tuesday in an investigation into the possible continuation of banned pedophile association Martijn, the Public Prosecutor said in a statement. A 75-year-old man was arrested in Haarlem on suspicion of possession of child pornography. A 32-year-old man was arrested … Continue reading “Raids, arrests in investigation into banned pedophile club”
A 31-year-old Rotterdammer was arrested on Tuesday in connection with a terrifying shooting and carjacking near the city’s Alexandrium shopping center. There were no injuries in the shooting, which followed a wild rush hour car chase between a stolen, silver BMW and a black Range Rover.Submitted by Zack Newmark on January 22, 2020 – 16:10
Since its creation, the occupying state developed and enforced laws and practices that led to both the systematic use of torture and to absolute impunity for the perpetrator of this crime. There has never been any individual or agency held … The post Hard Evidence on Torture and Ill-Treatment Against Palestinian Detainees at Israeli Interrogation Centers appeared … Continue reading “Hard Evidence on Torture and Ill-Treatment Against Palestinian Detainees at Israeli Interrogation Centers”
Read below our selection of an array of global conundrum. Trump At Davos: “The Great American Comeback” By Andrew Korybko, January 22, 2020 The theme of Trump’s second Davos speech during his presidency was what he described at the … The post Selected Articles: Trump At Davos: “The Great American Comeback” appeared first on Global … Continue reading “Selected Articles: Trump At Davos: “The Great American Comeback””
After major protests hit multiple cities across Iran in November following a drastic government slash in gasoline subsidies which quickly turned anti-regime, broad internet outages were reported — some lasting as long as a week or more nationwide — following … The post US Officials Admit Covert Tech Program Is Fueling Iran Protests appeared first on Global Research.
46 Syrian service members have been killed and 77 were wounded in recent clashes with radical militants in Greater Idlib in the period from January 16 to January 19, the Russian Reconciliation Center reported. According to the report, 57 civilians … The post Video: Dozens Army Troops Killed, Injured in Idlib Clashes appeared first on … Continue reading “Video: Dozens Army Troops Killed, Injured in Idlib Clashes”