Police arrested a 21-year-old from Amsterdam on Friday for a series of explosions in Rotterdam earlier this week.
Supporters of the football club, De Graafschap attacked journalists and a press photographer at the stadium of the club in Doetinchem after a game with Jong Ajax on Friday night, NOS reported.
The exponential rise in COVID-19 infections and subsequent deaths in 2021 has been far more devastating for children than the first wave, particularly for those from underprivileged communities. From their education taking a backseat, to them being in dire need of immediate support — children across India have been forced to retreat several steps back … Continue reading “Help Thousands of India’s Children Build a Future of Hope Beyond COVID-19. Here’s How”
The emergence of the internet was met with hope and enthusiasm by people who understood that the plutocrat-controlled mainstream media were manipulating public opinion to manufacture consent for the status quo. The democratization of information-sharing was going to give rise to a public consciousness that is emancipated from the domination of plutocratic narrative control, thereby opening up the possibility of revolutionary … Continue reading “Silicon Valley Algorithm Manipulation Is the Only Thing Keeping Mainstream Media Alive”
Doctors in Delhi and Gujarat have been examining patients who exhibit the symptoms of Mucormycosis, a rare fungal infection triggered by COVID-19. Also known as Black Fungus, it is commonly seen in patients who have recovered from COVID-19 but have comorbidities such as diabetes, kidney or heart failure or even cancer. Dr Vikas Maurya, Director … Continue reading “COVID-19: What Is Black Fungus? And Should You Be Concerned?”
The GGD is looking for at least six thousand more healthcare professionals to help with the vaccination program against Covid-19 in June.
After multiple complaints about an unsafe atmosphere, students and alumni of the Amsterdam Fashion Institute (AMFI) have demanded that the director and a senior lecturer resign.
The public prosecution service (OM) stated they have found no evidence of vote rigging by Thierry Baudet.
The caretaker Cabinet of the Netherlands has sent a bill to Parliament that will make it possible for people of any age to legally declare a change in their gender to the registrar of births, death
Rama Parthasarathy (61) discovered her passion for cooking rather early on in life. When she was 10 years old, to be precise. At that tender age, she would watch her mother put together meals for the family with such dexterity that it stayed with her. She grew up, life happened, and she went about doing … Continue reading “Chennai Mom-in-Law & Daughter-in-Law Team up to Provide Nutritious Meals for COVID-19 Patients”
The year was 1903, and the otherwise quiet village of Great Wyrley in Staffordshire county, England, was bogged down by a terrifying occurrence. A series of gruesome slashings of horses, cows and sheeps had the area’s residents worried sick. Horrified villagers would wake up every day to find their cattle lying mutilated across fields, and … Continue reading “Why 100 Years Ago, Arthur Conan Doyle Formed An Unlikely Friendship With An Unknown Indian”
All nine vulture species found in India – mainly in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, the Himalayas, Karnataka and Maharashtra – are on the brink of extinction today. This is due to rapid habitat loss and poisoning by the Diclofenac drug found in animal carcasses, which the vultures feed on. Other times, these birds die due … Continue reading “From 22 Birds To 347, How This Man Saved Maharashtra’s Vultures From Extinction”
Manju Nath distinctly remembers the house he saw decades ago in Bangalore (now Bengaluru). The red brick house had an earthy appeal, large windows and was surrounded by trees that looked a hundred years old. He wished to own a similar vernacular house someday that would be built with sustainable, eco-friendly materials. Today, Manju lives … Continue reading “Bengaluru Couple Build Eco-friendly Home, Earn Rs 70,000 From Surplus Energy”
7 May 2021 A new wave of COVID-19 infections is spreading like “wildfire” across India, leaving many youngsters destitute, the UN Children’s Fund UNICEF said on Friday. In the last 24 hours, India registered 3,915 coronavirus deaths and 414,188 …
GENEVA (7 May 2021) – A UN expert today condemned a decision by a Cambodian court to sentence three environmental human rights defenders to jail terms of up to 20 months and urged the Government to release them immediately and unconditionally. …
May 7, 2021 Geneva – An armed force wearing police uniform opened fire at a peaceful sit-in in the Al-Udayyah neighborhood in West Kordofan, Sudan yesterday morning, which killed a woman and injured seven people, Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor …
Spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights: Rupert Colville Location: Geneva Date: 7 May 2021 Subject: (1) oPT (2) Uganda (3) Brazil 1) oPT Eight Palestinian refugee families residing in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood of East Jerusalem are …
GENEVA (7 May 2021) – The UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar, Tom Andrews, today welcomed the call by a broad number of civil society organizations to impose an arms embargo on Myanmar’s military junta, and encouraged …
South Africa, 7 May 2021:- South African and pan-African health groups are calling on the South African government to recognise that health is the bottom line of climate change, and to put health at the heart of its climate commitments ahead of this November’s …
GENEVA (7 May 2021) – UN human rights experts* today called on the Bahamas to halt planned demolitions this week of approximately 600 homes at two informal settlements known as the Farm and the Farm Road on Abaco island. A community of Haitian descendants …
Declaring it a sacred tradition his country is proud to inherit, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced Friday his military is preparing for an invasion and a minimum decade-long occupation of Afghanistan. The announcement came after President Biden announced a full troop withdrawal and an end to the U.S.’s “forever war” in the country last month. … Continue reading “Looking to Solidify Superpower Status, China Set to Occupy Afghanistan”
The northeast of the Netherlands will remain sunny Saturday morning before clouds from the southwest will cover the sunrays.
By Andrew Gardener, Senior Pastor of The Vine Church, Wanchai Recent actions by the Hong Kong Government have highlighted how the making of laws without proper consultation can detrimentally impact the vulnerable and marginalised ethnic minority groups in our city. The passing of the Immigration (Amendment) Bill 2020 on April 29is one action that has reduced … Continue reading “Covid-19: Why has Hong Kong barred 13,000 people from getting vaccinated?”
Hong Kong authorities asked Apple, Google, Facebook and Twitter for information on 1,399 users between July 2019-June 2020 and hundreds of requests were granted until the advent of the national security law caused the tech giants to stop cooperating, according to the companies’ transparency reports for the period. Embed from Getty Images It was not … Continue reading “Hong Kong gov’t made 1,400 requests for user data from Apple, Google, Facebook and Twitter in year before security law”
What is it about our government and domestic helpers? Quite the most disgraceful moment of the Covid-19 epidemic so far was the suggestion that it would be a good public health measure to cancel their days off. Now we have – in response to one case (ONE CASE!) an order that the entire overseas domestic … Continue reading “Covid-19: Hong Kong is preying on the helpless again, so where is the Equal Opportunities Commission?”
Image Source. by Brian ShilhavyEditor, Health Impact News The CDC released more data in their Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) today, and it included two new deaths of infants age 2 and age 1. While none of the COVID injections have emergency use authorization for children under the age of 17 yet, there are … Continue reading “CDC Reports 2 More Infant DEATHS Following Experimental COVID Injections During Clinical Trials”
May 08, 2021 Picture: From left: Dr Du Hongjian, Assoc Prof Pang Sze Dai, and Mr Anjaneya Dixit from NUS Civil and Environmental Engineering with the raw materials, processed clays, and the finished concrete product. Concrete is the most consumed man-made material on Earth. Each year, about three tonnes of concrete are used per person. … Continue reading “NUS engineers repurpose excavation waste to produce greener, stronger concrete”
May 07, 2021 Picture: A robotic fish with wide-ranging functions from search and rescue to providing entertainment at an aquarium sounds like an unattainable dream, but is the fruit of research by a young engineering team at the University of Hong Kong (HKU). SNAPP, the robotic fish, currently holds the Guinness World Record for the … Continue reading “HKU Engineering student team developed robotic fish sets World Record for the second time”
May 07, 2021 Picture: The proportion of Hong Kong young smokers of 25 years old or under who have used new tobacco products (NTPs), such as e-cigarettes or heated tobacco products, has surged to a record high of 85.9% in 2019-2020, according to a recent survey by the University of Hong Kong (HKU) Youth Quitline. … Continue reading “Use of new tobacco products hits record high among youth smokers, HKU Youth Quitline survey finds”
[Sponsored] As Hong Kong closed its borders to an eerie new infectious disease that has now claimed the lives of 209 residence, ensconced artists turned inwards. Goethe-Institut Hong Kong exhibited Mask Life, a visual reflection on the uncertainties of coronavirus by Birdy Chu and his students from the City University of Hong Kong; Schoeni Project … Continue reading “Empathy beneath the mask: The Hong Kong artists drawing lessons for the future from Covid-19”
As people of good will celebrate or merely breathe a sigh of relief in response to the conviction of Minneapolis former police officer Derek Chauvin for the videotaped murder of George Floyd, it is worth noting that this victory likely would never have occurred had it not been for a spectacular act of property destruction….
[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com] See, also, by Steve Sailer: Tories Smash Labour In Blue Collar By-election I haven’t lived in England for thirty years now, and have been a U.S. citizen for nearly twenty, so I don’t have much interest in politics over there. I do browse some…
The State Department’s yearly human rights report may be the United States’ best tool for fighting sexual violence. Biden needs to get it right.
Photograph Source: Captain Brian Harris, U.S. Army – Public Domain The U.S. invasion of Afghanistan in October 2001 was criminal. It was criminal because of the immense force used to demolish Afghanistan’s physical infrastructure and to break open its social bonds. On October 11, 2001, journalist Anatol Lieven interviewed the Afghan leader Abdul Haq in … Continue reading “United States Withdraws From Afghanistan? Not Really”
A recent Associated Press (AP) “report” entitled “The superspreaders behind top COVID-19 conspiracy theories”, directed against several authors, academics and independent media including Global Research describes Michel Chossudovsky as “a professor emeritus of economics … and a conspiracy theorist who … The post Sloppy Journalism: The Associated Press is a “Superspreader” of Fake News appeared first … Continue reading “Sloppy Journalism: The Associated Press is a “Superspreader” of Fake News”
London, May 8, 2021 (AltAfrica)-Rwanda is working with international partners to bring in the latest technology to help the country produce Covid-19 vaccines of the mRNA type – such as Pfizer and Moderna. Rwanda working with partners to open Covid-19 vaccine plant These are a new type of vaccine and only a small number of … Continue reading “Rwanda working with partners to open Covid-19 vaccine plant”
London, May 8, 2021 (AltAfrica)-The Ghana Gas Company Limited has revealed that within the last four years, it has phased out the 52 Chinese expatriate staff running its technical operations at the Atuabo plant in the Western Region. Ghana Gas replaces Chinese engineers; saves US$3.5 million per monthThis revelation was made by the Chief Executive … Continue reading “Ghana Gas replaces Chinese engineers; saves $3.5m per month”
Come tutto è iniziato con Damasco, la fine verrà da Damasco Durante il mandato dell’ex presidente americano George W. Bush e dopo l’ammissione pubblica del fallimento delle guerre da lui condotte attraverso la pubblicazione del famoso “rapporto Baker-Hamilton” emesso [6 … The post Il mondo ritorna alla visione dei “cinque mari” di Assad appeared first … Continue reading “Il mondo ritorna alla visione dei “cinque mari” di Assad”
by The COVID Blog TOLEDO, OHIO — A 48-year-old plastic surgeon is dead in a story that demonstrates the limitless levels of surrealism when it comes to these experimental shots and government/media narratives. Dr. Thomas Flanigan received the first dose of experimental Moderna mRNA on January 6, according to his Facebook page. He received the second dose on … Continue reading “48-Year-Old Surgeon DEAD after Mocking “Anti-vaxxers” and Writing His Own Obituary after Moderna COVID Injections”
In Baltimore, a Laboratory for Failed Police Reform, Defund Makes Sense Last month at Baltimore City’s annual Taxpayer’s Night event, where residents show up and express their excitement—and more often anger—about the city’s proposed budget, nearly 80 Baltimoreans got on the (virtual) microphone and told Mayor Brandon Scott that the 2022 budget’s proposed $28 million … Continue reading “Battleground Baltimore: Support For Defunding the Police Grows”
This week in FP’s international news quiz: vaccine waivers, U.S. diplomatic trips, and protests in Colombia.
Since 2015, a previously unnoticed network of roads, buildings, and military outposts has been constructed deep in a sacred valley in Bhutan.
Pakistan and Saudi Arabia’s relationship is walking a fine line.
Kyrgyzstan’s president continues to sharpen the country’s legal code as a tool to limit dissent.
Greenpeace turns 50 this year and to help us mark the occasion we invited artists and creative folks from around the world to participate in a design contest. We were incredibly touched by the amount of love and creativity in the responses from people around the world. Our global call-out generated more than 200 amazing … Continue reading “And the winning design is…”
On March 8, International Women’s Day, Dr. Vandana Shiva published a short address, in which she examined the connection between the colonization of Earth and of women. She discussed food security and Indigenous seed protection as foundations for women’s emancipation globally. Shiva inspires me as one of the world’s leading environmental activists, because she so … Continue reading “Women in the Vanguard of Ecology”
Pregnant women who contract coronavirus appear to have a higher risk of developing a more severe form of Covid-19, research by Netherlands obstetric survei
Police said that they were investigating the explosion as an act of terrorism targeting the former president.
Employees work in the production of Biontech/Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine at a facility in Reinbek, Germany The Ministry of External Affairs has welcomed the statement of the US government of 5th May announcing their support for a relaxation in the norms of the agreement on TRIPS, to ensure quick and affordable access to vaccines and medicines … Continue reading “Biden’s decision on TRIPS waiver is political theatre. India cannot pin hopes on it.”
A federal judge struck down the CDC’s national eviction moratorium established last year to aid those facing economic hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic, calling it an overreach of power in a ruling that potentially risks millions of Americans losing their homes. What do you think?Read more…