French police clashed with firefighters protesting in Paris against their working conditions and demanding more pay. Thousands of firefighters attended the protest in the French capital, asking for an increase of their hazard bonus, which has not changed since 1990. Police fired tear gas and hit some protesters with batons.
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Emergency officials say the massive landslide also injured 16 people in an Andean community in central Ecuador.
German transport strike causes major disruptions
Almost all planes, trains and buses in Germany were at a standstill on Monday after a nationwide 24-hour strike began at midnight.
US Bank Collapse Fallout: Another Bank In the US Rescued
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Result calls into question premier Mark Rutte’s ability to implement harsh policies to cut nitrogen emissions from farms.
According to an international study led by Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC), serious side effects of drugs decrease by 30 percent if the dosage is tailored to patients’ dna. According to the researchers, this is the first time that prescribing based on a dna profile has been shown to be effective.
In a recently released update, Turkey said 2,316 people have been killed and 13,293 injured in the devastating earthquake.
2023 Doomsday Clock Statement Science and Security BoardBulletin of the Atomic Scientists Founded in 1945 by Albert Einstein […]
Unrest in Chinese city of Guangzhou as people protest over Covid restrictions
Protesters poured out onto the streets of the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou in a rare demonstration against strict Covid-19 restrictions.
Morbi bridge collapse: A death trap for Indian children
At least 141 people have died after a pedestrian suspension bridge collapsed in the western Indian state of Gujarat on Sunday evening. Most of those who died were women, children or elderly. The 230m (754ft) bridge on the Machchu river in Morbi was built in the 19th Century. It had reopened just a week ago after repairs. The Gujarat government has opened an investigation into the tragedy.
More than 150 dead in South Korea Halloween crush
South Korea has declared a period of national mourning for the victims of a crowd surge during Halloween celebrations in the capital Seoul.
President Yoon Suk-yeol visited the narrow alleyway in the Itaewon district where people were trapped and crushed, and at least 151 were killed. Authorities are warning the death toll may rise further, with more victims in critical condition. An investigation is underway into what caused the tragedy.
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In occupied parts of Ukraine, non-Orthodox churches are being forced to close their doors. This is what Release International, an organization that supports persecuted Christians worldwide, is warning about.
The Christian worship band InSalvation from The Netherlands, known for “Fill This House With Your Glory,” called off a performance because Pastor Alexander Noordijk, who is married to a man, was to pray there.
De christelijke aanbiddingsband InSalvation, bekend van onder meer ‘Vul dit huis met uw glorie’, heeft een optreden afgeblazen, omdat dominee Alexander Noordijk, die getrouwd is met een man, daar zou bidden.
Aerial video showed massive devastation and flooding in beach communities, with some homes and businesses reduced to matchwood, and boats and vehicles wrecked or submerged.
Far-right leader Giorgia Meloni has claimed victory in Italy’s election, and is on course to become the country’s first female prime minister.
For Americans who see Europe as a popular travel destination, the near 1-to-1 ratio means they will not only have an easier time deciphering prices, but also greater spending power when visiting such euro zone destinations as France, Germany, Spain, Italy and Greece.
Tens of thousands of Sydney residents have been told to evacuate their homes as floods ravage eastern Australia. Streets become rivers amid shocking deluge as Manly Dam spills and Roseville bridge flooded, with evacuation orders covering more than a dozen suburbs.
Tense exchanges between Ukraine and Russia at UN security council
Nations has told the security council that Russian president Vladimir Putin has ‘declared war on Ukraine’.
Russia-Ukraine updates: Russia’s Federation Council receives request from Putin to use forces outside the country
The Federation Council — Russia’s upper house of parliament — has received an appeal from President Vladimir Putin for the use of armed forces outside the country, Russian state news agency RIA-Novosti reported, citing Valentina Matviyenko, chairwoman of the Federation Council.
Nederland is niet het enige land dat een wet krijgt tegen conversietherapie. Hoe zit dat wereldwijd?
wereldwijd? In tal van landen zijn zulke wetten al van kracht of in de maak. Maar sancties verschillen.
esident Biden appeared to be caught on a hot mic on Monday, calling a Fox News correspondent a “stupid son of a bitch” after the journalist asked a question about inflation.
The US and Europe are trying to present a united front in the face of Russia’s buildup of […]
Damián Galerón tells you about the shocking events that will take place in 2021-2022. One of them is a global blackout.
The effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines produced by Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson dropped dramatically as the Delta variant swept […]
A group of MEPs resorted to scare tactics and false information on Thursday (28 October) to rail against […]
Press Conference: Big Tech Censorship of COVID-19
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) led her colleagues at a press conference to discuss how Big Tech censored the origins of COVID-19. Senator Blackburn was joined by Senators Roger Marshall (R-Kan.), Mike Braun (R-Ind.), Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.), and Roger Wicker (R-Miss.).
Today’s World: “Human microchipping in Sweden
Around 4,000 people in Sweden have already been ‘chipped’ and some organisations say implants could be on their […]
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