The second coronavirus wave is devastating India now. The county’s healthcare system is crumbling amid the surge in cases, doctors say it’s hard for them to see the light at the end of the tunnel this time.Read More
Derek Chauvin was found guilty of two counts of murder on Tuesday in the death of George Floyd, whose final breaths last May under the knee of Mr. Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer, were captured on video, setting off months of protests against the police abuse of Black people.Read More
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, has died aged 99 on April 9. The sad news was announced by the Buckingham palace following his death at Windsor Castle, which was the Prince’s last hope, to return home.
One of the world’s busiest waterways, Suez Canal has been blocked by a gigantic container ship, Ever Given, operated by the Taiwanese company Evergreen Marine. The ship is 400m long, and is still currently lying across the southern end of the canal preventing other ships from getting through.Read More
The sky has changed in Myanmar since Feb 1, when Aung San Suu Kyi was detained by the military as they seized control.Read More
After I watched the interview of Oprah and Meghan (of course and Harry), the part when Meghan described how she asked for the help of the Human Resources department in the palace and was rejected somehow shocked me.Read More
Today is the International Women’s day, the theme this year is #ChooseToChallenge.
It’s time to address again that WE NEED MORE WOMEN IN POWER!
4 years of nightmare has come to an end. Here’s the box for Trump’s last day in office.
Trump is banned from Twitter permanently.
The cash stimulus payments issued by many governments during the Covid-19 pandemic have given new life to calls for a universal basic income (UBI) — unconditional, sustained cash payments.Read More