Australia’s second WTO action against China, this time focusing on wine

Australia’s trade minister is now considering whether to take a second action against China at the World Trade Organization (WTO) to combat tariffs on wine exports. This follows Australia’s ongoing WTO measures over barley tariffs launched at the end of last year. “One of the things we are very keen on is ensuring trade disputes… Continue reading Australia’s second WTO action against China, this time focusing on wine

Pentagon chief declares US commitment to “ironclad” to Israel

Israeli Tel Aviv — US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin declared a “permanent and iron-walled” US commitment to Israel on Sunday, strengthening support for tense times in Israeli politics and with Israel’s archenemy, Iran. In a question about the Byden administration’s efforts to revive nuclear negotiations. Since Austin took office as Pentagon chief in January, the… Continue reading Pentagon chief declares US commitment to “ironclad” to Israel

Scammers may target COVID status authentication, cyber experts warn

When the UK is preparing to try “COVID status authentication” in some domestic environments, cybersecurity experts warn that certificate authentication is difficult and can be vulnerable to fraudsters. Did. so Review Announced on April 5, the UK Government has announced that it will begin trials of COVID status certification in certain situations, including large-scale events.… Continue reading Scammers may target COVID status authentication, cyber experts warn

Hundreds of people gathered and the Alberta Church was closed because it ignored Covid-19’s order.

In a file photo of March 4, 2012, Rev. James Coates of the Grace Life Church has appealed bail conditions after being arrested in Edmonton for violating the COVID-19 rules and worshiping the church. Supporters are gathering outside the courtroom. (Canadian Press / Jason Franson) Spruce Grove, Arta — Hundreds of people are gathering outside… Continue reading Hundreds of people gathered and the Alberta Church was closed because it ignored Covid-19’s order.

Canadian Special Operations Forces Supported Major Iraqi Military Attacks at ISIL Last Month

Ottawa-Canadian Special Operations Forces Commander says his soldiers supported a large-scale military attack last month that US and Iraqi officials killed dozens of Islamic State fighters. A two-week attack, codenamed “Operation Lady Lion,” took place in the mountains of northern Iraq, using Iraqi and Allied airstrikes to flush ISIL fighters from tunnel complexes and bunker.… Continue reading Canadian Special Operations Forces Supported Major Iraqi Military Attacks at ISIL Last Month

Iran calls the power outage at the Natanz atomic site “nuclear terrorism”

Dubai-Iran, United Arab Emirates, described a power outage at the underground Natanz atomic facility as an act of “nuclear terrorism” on Sunday I’m getting nervous. There was no immediate claim of liability, but the allegations soon fell upon Israel. In Israel, the media reported almost uniformly that a devastating cyberattack organized by the country caused… Continue reading Iran calls the power outage at the Natanz atomic site “nuclear terrorism”

More volcanic eruptions on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent

Kingstown, St. Vincent — The situation was exacerbated on Sunday when heavy rumblings, thunderstorms, and heavy rains were observed at a volcano on St. Vincent in the eastern Caribbean Sea, and residents reported power outages. The Friday eruption of La Soufrière forced many residents to evacuate their homes, but some remained. A rumbling sound was… Continue reading More volcanic eruptions on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent

Prince Hamza, estranged from King Abdullah of Jordan, co-appears for the first time since the lift

On April 11, 2021, King Abdullah II of Jordan, Central, Prince Hamzah bin Hussein, second from the left, and others visited the tomb of the late King Hussein in Amman Jordan. (Twitter account of the Royal Courts of Justice via AP) Amman-King Abdullah of Jordan and former Crown Prince and half-brother Prince Hamza attended a… Continue reading Prince Hamza, estranged from King Abdullah of Jordan, co-appears for the first time since the lift

Hogan’s NDP giving a speech to the throne in British Columbia, opposition wants a coherent plan

Victoria — British Columbia opposition acknowledges that the COVID-19 pandemic poses a major challenge to Prime Minister John Horgan’s government, but Monday’s throne speech was on the state’s economy, health, society, and environment. He states that he needs to outline a coherent plan for the future of British Columbia. The speech is expected to set… Continue reading Hogan’s NDP giving a speech to the throne in British Columbia, opposition wants a coherent plan