The Catholic Bishops’ War Against Biden

The Catholic Bishops’ War Against Biden


The political faction of the Catholic Church known as the US Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is facing a major problem. Though it was never ...
European Commission looks forward to clinching travel pass with EU Parliament

European Commission looks forward to clinching travel pass with EU Parliament


European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Thursday (29 April) welcomed the adoption by the European Parliament of its negotia ...
Angela Merkel is significantly younger by 15 years and received permission to be vaccinated against COVID-19

Angela Merkel is significantly younger by 15 years and received permission to be vaccinated against COVID-19


As we know, permission for vaccination can be obtained for people who do not suffer from significant chronic diseases.Several years ago, the world was ...
MEPs lament ‘lose-lose’ situation as EU Parliament votes Brexit trade pact

MEPs lament ‘lose-lose’ situation as EU Parliament votes Brexit trade pact


The bruises left by the Brexit process were evident on Tuesday (27 April) even as EU lawmakers endorsed the trade deal that now governs e ...
Does a Green Future Await Afghanistan?

Does a Green Future Await Afghanistan?


Everyone has a different doomsday scenario for Afghanistan once US and NATO troops withdraw by September 11. The Taliban will take over and reimpos ...
Forced Cremations: Islamophobia in Sri Lanka During the Pandemic

Forced Cremations: Islamophobia in Sri Lanka During the Pandemic


From 1983 to 2009, Sri Lanka saw a bloody civil war between the majority Buddhist Sinhalese and the minority Tamils. The conflict led to invaluable ...
Hungarian civil society raises alarm over NGO law change

Hungarian civil society raises alarm over NGO law change


Hungarian civil society organisations have expressed concern over planned changes to legislation on non-governmental organisations (NGOs) ...
Africa seeks Europe’s support to invest in ecological transition

Africa seeks Europe’s support to invest in ecological transition


Africa is the continent that contributes least to climate change, yet it is impacted more harshly than others and lacks support to innova ...
Belgium looks towards ‘cautious’ relaxations, with hospitality sector to open on 8 May

Belgium looks towards ‘cautious’ relaxations, with hospitality sector to open on 8 May


Belgium’s Consultation Committee on Wednesday (14 April) decided to ‘cautiously’ loosen certain COVID-19 restrictions, including lifting ...
The Problem Science Has With Money, Media and Politics

The Problem Science Has With Money, Media and Politics


In a fascinating interview with The Guardian’s Andrew Anthony, media-friendly physicist Michio Kaku reveals more than he may have intended about bo ...
Germany’s far-right AfD firms up election strategy with EU exit and anti-lockdown campaign

Germany’s far-right AfD firms up election strategy with EU exit and anti-lockdown campaign


Germany’s far-right AfD party vowed to campaign for an end to COVID-19 restrictions, a tougher line on migration and an exit from the EU ...
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