Belarus Olympian Timanovskaya ‘safe’ after refusing ‘forced’ flight

Politics 08/06/21, 15:51

Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, a Belarusian Olympic sprinter who feared for her safety at home after criticizing her coaches on social media, arrived in Warsaw on a humanitarian visa on Wednesday night after returning from the Tokyo Olympics, according to a Polish diplomat.According to the BBC, Krystina Timanovskaya was being transported to ...

Thousands of people protest mandatory immunizations, vaccine passports in France

Europe 08/02/21, 00:42

Thousands of French protesters marched across Paris on July 31. They oppose new mandatory vaccinations for healthcare staff and vaccine passports. The country's government recently resorted to emergency powers for new anti-coronavirus measures. The extraordinary step prompted some 150 demonstrations across major cities and towns. More than 160,000 people marched in the ...

Pfizer and Moderna ramp up prices for COVID-19 vaccines in EU

Europe 08/01/21, 20:23

Pfizer and Moderna are increasing the cost for their COVID-19 vaccines with European clients.  First reporting on the news on Sunday, August 1, the Financial Times said the increase in value was said to be because the companies recognized their market power, as trial data showed the vaccines they developed were ...

Fake beef: Nestlé to produce lab-grown meat

News 07/27/21, 00:31

The giant Swiss company Nestlé is considering entering the race to grow meat in laboratories and replace the livestock industry according to a source with knowledge of the matter, News24 reported. In the eagerness of multinationals to support the fight against 'climate change' Nestlé appears to be negotiating with an Israeli ...

France: Republican Guard reportedly resigned in protest over COVID-19 restrictions

Europe 07/26/21, 16:34

Unofficial reports claim that the French Republican Guard has resigned from its functions, in protest against the extreme restrictions imposed by the government on citizens regarding the COVID-19 pandemic or CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus.  The reason for the resignation was reportedly a Presidential Decree imposing the carrying and use of ...

France to forbid culling of male chicks from 2022 following Germany’s lead

Politics 07/25/21, 19:13

Crushing and gassing male chicks will be considered illegal in France from 2020 onwards, the country's agriculture minister announced on July 19.  "France is the first country in the world, along with Germany, to end the crushing and gassing of male chicks," said France Agriculture Minister Julien Denormandie in an interview ...

Delta in Sweden: nearly two weeks of zero deaths

News 07/25/21, 16:00

Sweden, the country that completely refuses to employ lockdown and mask mandates throughout the entire battle with the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus since last year, is surprisingly seeing a low death toll this month despite spikes in Delta-related infections.  Last week, Sweden recorded 1,855 new cases of the CCP Virus ...

Chinese regime should shut down nuclear power facility warns co-owner

China 07/23/21, 20:56

A joint nuclear power plant owner in China reported issues with the facility have become too severe to continue operating on July 22. Electricite de France (EDF) confirmed multiple fuel rods were damaged at Taishan Nuclear Power Plant. This forced the operation to temporarily cease work in China's southern Guangdong province. An ...

Inmates kidnapps two guards at Swedish prison

Europe 07/23/21, 04:50

Two prison guards who were held hostage at a penitentiary outside the Swedish city of Eskilstuna by two convicts convicted of serious crimes have been released. Convicts armed with razor blades burst into a guard room in Hallby Prison and covering up the surveillance cameras, then shut themselves in with the ...