Thursday, May 6, 2021

    Tag: WORLD

    Australia’s Bushfire Crisis Poses Irreversible Climate Change Impact

    The most fearsome fact is that these large pulses of carbon dioxide emissions from Australia’s bushfires may not be reabsorbed through regrowth of forests as they have in the past.

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: why half in, half out just isn’t an option...

    Harry and Meghan are not alone in finding that frustrating, Prince Laurent of Belgium is another who is visibly unhappy in the role.
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    Iran Launches Dozens Of Missiles Attacks On US Facilities In Iraq, Several Dead

    Tensions continue to rise between US and Iran following the death of Iran's most powerful military commander, General Qasem Soleimani.

    Qassem Suleimani air strike: why this is a dangerous escalation of US assassination policy

    "He had orchestrated attacks on coalition bases in Iraq over the last several months – including the attack on December 27th – culminating in the death and wounding of additional American and Iraqi personnel. General Suleimani also approved the attacks on the US embassy in Baghdad",Donald Trumph

    US Air Strike Kills Top Iranian Commander Qasem Soleimani

    US kills top Iranian General Qasem Soleimani in air strike at Baghdad Airport. The Pentagon announced that the US had carried out the attack near Baghdad Airport, describing it as “decisive defensive action to protect US personal abroad.”
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    Boris Johnson’s big election victory: what it means for the UK and Brexit

    Conservative Party holds 362 seats in the 650-seat Westminster parliament. The Labour Party has suffered its worst loss in decades – and its fourth general election defeat in a row, ending up with 203 seats.

    “People are Underestimating the Force of Angry Kids”, Says Climate Activist Greta Thunberg

    Greta Thunberg travelled across the Atlantic for more than two weeks, finally arriving in Europe for climate talks.

    Is there hope for a Hong Kong revolution?

    Historians have long argued that revolutions are built not on deep misery but on rising expectations.

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