Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Robert Frank

China to map faces of Uyghur Muslims with a blood point and DNA

The Chinese persecution of the Uyghur Muslims minority does not seem to be just at the border of the concentration camps. A report quoted by the site "free" New York Times, on Tuesday, that China is drawing a map...

Kenya plans prison sentences for any doping athlete

Kenyan Sports Minister Amina Mohamed said Tuesday that Kenya plans to impose criminal penalties including possible prison sentences for any doping athlete, adding that she is currently working on new legislation. Kenya is known for its long and medium distance...

EU regulator asks Google and Facebook to respond on data collection questionnaire by January 7

EU competition watchdog has started probe on the benefits by the large amounts of data that the US Internet companies Google and Facebook collects. To what extent do the two companies collect their data? Does this restrict the competition?...

UK polls : Survey predicts clear victory for Tory party

The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, with his conservative Tory party, faces a clear victory in the 12 December parliamentary election, according to a new poll. This emerges from a survey published by the polling agency YouGov for The...

US snowstorm turn Thanksgiving holiday trips into a nightmare

Snowstorm blocked roads in the United States, canceled some 900 flights in what was expected to be the busiest day of the year for major roads and airports, and many travelers trying to return home were stranded on Sunday...

Canada: Andrew Scheer faces ouster calls within the party after failing to win in the elections

Canadian opposition leader Andrew Scheer is facing strong calls within his own party for his ouster tomorrow for failing to lead the Conservatives to win last month's general election, calling for unity within the party in a bid to...

São Paulo: Nine killed in chaos during police raid in poor Paraisopolis

At least nine were killed in the massacre and two others were injured early yesterday in a riot following a police raid on a poor settlement in São Paulo city. Residents blame the police for causing panic, local media reported. Among...

Queen Elizabeth is looking for a new manager for family trips

For better comfort of family members, Queen Elizabeth II is looking for a new travel manager to ensure that the royal family uses efficient and low-cost trips. The royal palace has announced the advantages of the job and also...

Biden to travel Iowa by bus to rally support for his presidential candidacy

Possible Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will travel the Iowa state by bus for eight days starting on Saturday on his longest campaign trail to try to rally voter support personally in an important state where his popularity has...

British Labor leader calls for thorough investigation after London Bridge attack

British opposition Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn on Saturday called for an investigation and said there were questions about the system of monitoring offenders after their release and the parole committee after a man convicted of two terror crimes...

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