6 year-old girl begs divorced parents to ‘be friends’

Inspired Stories 10/14/21, 16:45

A little girl's wise words went viral after recording a video for her separated parents to stay friends on Oct. 14. Canada resident Cherish Sherry shared a video of daughter Tiana who gave her divorced mother and father surprisingly wise advise on Facebook. "I am not trying to be mean," she can ...

Almost 100,000 people missing in Mexico, relatives desperate for clues

America 10/06/21, 01:54

According to Mexico's National Search Commission, which has been keeping track of disappearances since 1964, about 100,000 people have vanished in the country. The majority of them are believed to have been murdered by drug gangs, and their remains are strewn throughout the desert in secret graves, mingling in communal pits, ...

Unbreakable glass, inspired by nature

America 10/01/21, 01:37

McGill University researchers developed a stronger and more durable glass by drawing inspiration from the inner layer of mollusk shells. Rather than fracturing on impact, the new material exhibits the durability of plastic. In the future, this could be a great innovation to improve cell phone screens, among other things. Tempering and ...

Huawei founder’s daughter reaches deal with US and returns to China

America 09/25/21, 18:18

The daughter of the founder of the multinational Huawei Company, Meng Wanzhou, reached an agreement with U.S. prosecutors over the fraud charges she was detained on in 2018 and has returned to China.  Wanzhou had been held in Canada at the request of the United States, and the Chinese Communist Party ...

Mexican President presses US to ‘begin to act’ against immigration

America 09/23/21, 17:44

On Wednesday, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador urged the Biden administration to act concretely and quickly to address the root causes of the deepening migration crisis affecting both countries. "Enough talk, it's time to act," López Obrador told reporters on Wednesday, Sept. 22, as thousands of Haitians and other migrants ...

Canada: More than 2,000 Alberta health care workers oppose vaccine mandate

America 09/19/21, 02:22

Responding to a recent vaccine mandate, thousands of health care workers in Alberta province of Canada have voiced their opposition. According to Health Professionals United, the medical employees were joined by those unvaccinated and those who had already taken the shots. They demanded "principles of medical autonomy, informed consent and freedom of ...

Illegal immigration tripled in August compared to a year ago

America 09/15/21, 16:47

The border crisis far from being solved is getting worse and worse, according to August data, when at least 208,887 illegal immigrants entered the country, tripling the number of undocumented entries recorded in August of last year.  The high level of unauthorized entries recorded in July, at over 200,000, continued last ...

35 international experts slam Beijing’s ‘disgraceful’ organ transplant market

D.C. 09/13/21, 03:25

Organ harvesting atrocities in mainland China can impact anyone, international experts have warned. Thirty-five experts, parliamentarians, and witnesses from 19 countries will expose the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP's) industrial-scale butchering to sell human body parts for profit. Billed to be a world-first in medical ethics and human rights in both breadth and ...

Cannabis use doubles the risk of heart attack, new study reveals

America 09/08/21, 16:33

A recent peer-reviewed study published Tuesday by the Canadian Medical Association Journal shows that young adults who use cannabis have twice the risk of having a heart attack. The study was conducted by Canadian physicians using data collected through surveys conducted in 2017 and 2018 by the U.S. Centers for Disease ...

Mexico: 7.1 earthquake terrifies residents, videos show

America 09/08/21, 14:37

In Mexico City, the already long-suffering Mexican capital convulsed by earthquakes, another one measuring 7.1 on the Richter scale occurred, and numerous inhabitants remained in the streets for hours during the night of Aug. 7 for fear of aftershocks.     Videos posted on social networks show the general anguish and uneasiness, while ...