While the Queensland Government is preparing to lift restrictions on the CCP virus throughout the state, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has urgently addressed all state and territory leaders to address immunity development issues. He called for a national ministerial meeting every other week. This was after the federal government last week issued a new recommendation… Continue reading The prime minister wants a biweekly national cabinet meeting to resolve the vaccine deployment issue as Queensland lifts the restrictions.
The world was watching when the church spire fell After the fire was destroyed on April 15, 2019 A landmark centuries ago. Now, two years later, the church is still undergoing a major restoration. This Gothic gem is rebuilt with oak trees from a local forest, as 200 construction workers work on-site each day.According to… Continue reading Two years later, this is the latest from the restoration of the University of Notre Dame
New York Times NFTs sell millions of dollars. Are they also warming the earth? When Austrian architect and artist Chris Precht first learned about non-fungible tokens that dominate the world of art, he was so absorbed in it that he “feels like a little kid again.” As a result, Precht, known for his research on… Continue reading Televisa and Univision merge to form Spanish TV giant
Benny Wenda, the leader of the West Papua separatist movement, is laying out a welcome mat for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to step into the ongoing Papua conflict and achieve state independence. “Our struggle has been going on for nearly 60 years,” said a rebel leader from his home in Oxford, near London. “My… Continue reading “We welcome Beijing with open arms”: West Papua Rebel Leader
Canon EOS R3 micro-single spy shots with a square body were released, and the RF 400mm F2.8 L IS USM and RF 600mm F4 L IS USM telephoto lenses were also exposed.
Victorian opponents are seeking an investigation into why a private security company involved in Victoria’s hotel quarantine program was granted a license extension by the state. The move occurs just weeks after New South Wales police revoked the Unified Security Group’s master license due to “undeclared changes in ownership.” Virtually arranges up to one-third of… Continue reading Vic opposition demands response on renewal of hotel quarantine company license
An armed use expert told a US jury that a former police officer accused of killing George Floyd was “justified” by fixing him to the ground. Barry Brod said in a trial in Minnesota that Derek Chauvin acted with “objective rationality.” Chauvin is on trial after kneeling on Floyd’s neck when he was arrested last… Continue reading “Justification” of the use of force against George Floyd
Santosh and Tunna Sethi left their family in eastern India 10 years ago to work in Mumbai. “Will the blockade happen again?” Brother Seti asked me this question in a grainy video call from a small, grainy room in the western Indian city of Mumbai. Their voices were tense and shivering. More than a decade… Continue reading “The blockade will make us beg for food again.”
Mexico City (AP) — Mexican environmental officials said Tuesday that a resort in Tulum, the Caribbean, had approved too much development. Unlike Cancun and Playa del Carmen, Tulum has long been a quiet haven and is best known for its Maya temples by the Caribbean beaches. However, the resort has expanded into the low jungle… Continue reading Mexico’s Tulum Resort has been hit another way: overdevelopment
Moscow-Russia’s defense minister said Tuesday that the country’s massive military buildup in the west was part of a threat from NATO and preparatory training in what he said. Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu said the operation in western Russia, which was warned by NATO, would continue for another two weeks, worried about neighboring Ukraine. Shoygu said… Continue reading Russia says military accumulation near Ukraine is a response to NATO