conversation White mobs rioted in Washington in 1848, defending slave owners’ rights after 76 black slaves failed to mass escape on a boat A lithograph of the abolitionist of the slave trade in Washington, DC, against the backdrop of the US Capitol. Library of Congress In the summer of 2020, the United States was not… Continue reading Olympic kayaker Nathan Vagary facing prison after smuggling £ 110m of cocaine
Jerusalem (AP) —Sacred Christians are celebrating Good Friday this year as the coronavirus crisis is nearing its end. Religious sites are open to a limited number of loyal people, but there are no large pilgrimages commonly found during Holy Week leading up to Easter. .. The virus is still rampant Philippines, France, Brazil And in… Continue reading Christians mark Good Friday as some sanctuaries reopen
An investigation by the BBC Africa Eye revealed evidence that the massacre in northern Ethiopia was carried out by members of the Ethiopian army. It also reveals the exact location of the atrocities in which at least 15 men were killed. In early March, a series of five video clips appeared on social media showing… Continue reading Evidence suggests that Ethiopian troops slaughtered in Tigray
National Review The border crisis began in Washington, DC — and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals In February, border guards arrested 96,974 illegal immigrants on the southwestern border. This is the highest price in 15 years this month. Immigrants were very different from February 2006 immigrants, but many are now abusing loopholes and the… Continue reading A glimpse of a series of ghostly images and border dangers
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (Republican) will take the oath of office as Republican Matt Gaetz at a mock oath at Capitol Hill in Washington on Tuesday, January 3, 2017. Associated Press Photo / Zack Gibson New CNN report Rep. Matt Gaetz claims that he has long been frustrated with Republican leaders in the… Continue reading Matt Gaetz was reportedly talked about “acting professionally” in Congress during the first semester, according to CNN.
Bloomberg California tests whether a large battery can stop a summer power outage (Bloomberg)-California’s plans to avoid repeated power outages last year depend on the humble savior Battery as the summer heat approaches. A huge version of the same technology that powers smartphones and cars is connected to the state power grid. According to Bloomberg… Continue reading Good Friday and virus blockade empty Manila streets
Vice President Kamala Harris and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff will move to the Number One Observatory Circle next week. Carolyn Custer / AP Kamala Harris and her husband have lived in a guesthouse in Biden for over two months. A spokeswoman said the pair will move to the official residence next week. The delay was… Continue reading After living in Biden’s guesthouse for more than two months, Kamala Harris finally moves to the Vice President’s official residence.
Sometime this spring, in an attempt to do something about gun control, the U.S. Senate revived a bill requiring people who buy guns from unlicensed dealers to undergo a federal background check, often ” It fills a gap called the “loophole in the firearms trade fair”. .. “ If it passes, this very modest measure… Continue reading Democrats need to settle for a baby step in gun control.It can only help them
Police say Houston’s mother was charged with murder for the death of her six-year-old child. According to prosecutors, 25-year-old Ashley Marks has been accused of addicting his son Jason Sanchez Marks with stimulants, cocaine and other drugs and dying in June 2020. Prosecutor says mark KTRK reportedly killed the boy to raise a total of… Continue reading The mother killed her 6-year-old child with cocaine and other insurance medications, according to Texas police.
Oxfam has been providing humanitarian assistance in the Democratic Republic of the Congo since 1971. British charity Oxfam has said it has suspended two staff members of the Democratic Republic of the Congo because of allegations of sexual exploitation and bullying. Charities said the suspension was part of an “external investigation” set against the allegations… Continue reading Oxfam suspends two aid workers in allegations of sexual exploitation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo