Month: November 2021


  • Ghislaine Maxwell accused of preying on young girls for Epstein to abuse

    Ghislaine Maxwell accused of preying on young girls for Epstein to abuse

    Epstein arrest and death 6 July 2019 Financier Jeffrey Epstein is arrested in New Jersey after returning from France on a private jet. Federal charges accuse Epstein of trafficking a “vast network” of underage girls for sex. He kills himself in a New York jail 36 days after his arrest. Ghislaine Maxwell arrest  3 July […]

  • US and Iran seek to break impasse at talks on reviving nuclear deal

    US and Iran seek to break impasse at talks on reviving nuclear deal

    The talks between Iran and the five countries still party to what is known formally as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) – China, France, Germany, Russia and the UK – began in the Austrian capital in April, with US representatives participating indirectly.

  • The migrants returned to Iraqi camps from Belarus

    The migrants returned to Iraqi camps from Belarus

    Three specially chartered planes have now returned 1,000 migrants from Belarus to Iraq. The majority of those returned were Iraqi and Syrian Kurds and Yazidis, groups displaced by fighting in the region over the last two decades. One such family has been returned back to the same camp in they had been living in for […]

  • perfume of Kamala Harris that she wears

    perfume of Kamala Harris that she wears

    Kamala Harris appears to love to choose consolation at the same time as at the marketing campaign path. That however doesn’t make her any less elegant— she loves carrying Converse shoes. On her first ride to Milwaukee. Harris chose to put on Chuck Taylor Converse footwear and the internet cherished her for her sartorial preference. […]

  • Covid: Swiss vote on ending restrictions while cases surge

    Covid: Swiss vote on ending restrictions while cases surge

    Instead, a Covid certificate was introduced with proof of vaccination, negative test, or immunity through having had the virus. In September it became obligatory to enter bars, cafes, restaurants, cinemas, museums, sporting events, and face-to-face university classes.

  • UAE general accused of torture elected Interpol president

    UAE general accused of torture elected Interpol president

    The group has accused him of involvement in what it alleges is the unlawful arrest and torture of the UAE’s most prominent human rights defender, Ahmed Mansoor, who was detained in 2017 and later sentenced to 10 years in prison for “defaming” the country on social media.

  • Germany’s Scholz seals deal to end Merkel era

    Germany’s Scholz seals deal to end Merkel era

    The Social Democrats won the 26 September vote, ahead of Mrs Merkel’s Christian Democrat alliance, which saw its worst-ever election result. The Greens achieved their best-ever result, under candidate Annalena Baerbock, who spoke of an ambitious alliance aiming to start a paradigm shift to transform the economy.

  • Austrian Chancellor: ‘You don’t only have rights, you have obligations’

    Austrian Chancellor: ‘You don’t only have rights, you have obligations’

    The Chancellor of Austria, Alexander Schallenberg has told the BBC he is sorry that Austria has had to make Covid-19 vaccinations a legal requirement, but that the current low take-up rate is “too little, too late”. “Nobody wants the situation where you don’t get access to an intensive care unit bed because the beds are […]

  • Haiti kidnappers release two missionaries among 17 abducted

    Haiti kidnappers release two missionaries among 17 abducted

    On Sunday, Christian Aid Ministries – a US-based organisation that supports Haitians largely through donations, and supplies shelter, food and clothing to children – released a statement saying it continued to “pray for the full resolution of this situation”.

  • Peng Shuai: Video claims to show tennis player at tournament

    Peng Shuai: Video claims to show tennis player at tournament

    But they’ve only raised further questions, over apparent editing and their seemingly staged nature, and so far there’s been no let up in the calls from the Women’s Tennis Association, a number of global tennis stars as well as governments, for proof that Peng Shaui genuinely free to speak and act as she chooses.

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