A US court has allowed Texas to ban most abortions

Tens of thousands of women took to the streets in cities across the United States last weekend, claiming their reproductive rights. A U.S. federal appeals court ruled Friday that Texas could resume its ban on multiple abortions, two days after another court suspended the ban. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a Republican, appealed the decision … Read more

Judgment appeals in the App Store battle with Apple Epic Games

Apple is appealing a judge’s ruling that it should relinquish control of its App Store payment options. Apple on Friday appealed a federal judge’s decision in a legal battle with Fortnite maker Epic Games over control of the App Store. Apple has asked the San Francisco Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to overturn a 1,185-page … Read more

COVID vaccine for children? Strategies around the world

A medical staff administers a dose of the Pfizer vaccine against the Covid 1 coronavirus coronavirus to a schoolboy at a vaccination center in the southern Thai province of Pattani in October 2021. Pfizer on Thursday asked U.S. health officials for emergency clearance to use its covid jab on children between the ages of five … Read more

Suicide bomber kills at least 55 in Afghanistan’s Shia mosque

Taliban members investigate a Shia mosque targeted in the Kunduz suicide bombing for which the Islamic State extremist group has claimed responsibility At least 55 people were killed in a suicide attack on worshipers at a Shia mosque in the Afghan city of Kunduz on Friday, the deadliest attack since US troops left the country. … Read more

Journalists Maria Ressa, Dmitry Muratov win Nobel Peace Prize

Maria Ressa of the Philippines (left) and Dmitry Muratov of Russia (right) were honored ‘for their efforts to ensure freedom of expression, a precondition for democracy and lasting peace’ Investigative journalists Maria Ressa of the Philippines and Dmitry Muratov of Russia won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for their tireless efforts to promote freedom … Read more

Pfizer asks for US approval for Covid vaccine for children aged 5-11

US drugmaker Pfizer said on Thursday it has formally requested permission to use its Covid-19 vaccine in children ages five to 11. Pfizer tweeted early Thursday that the two companies had “officially submitted our request” to the FDA “for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of our #COVID19 vaccine in children ages 5 to Originally published as … Read more

Twenty dead in South Pakistan earthquake

Aftermath in the Pakistani city of Harnai after a shallow earthquake hit the southwestern part of the country early Thursday morning. The quake left at least 20 dead and dozens injured on Thursday afternoon. An earthquake in southwestern Pakistan killed at least 20 people and injured more than 100 on Thursday, causing roofs and walls … Read more

South Africa’s ‘moral compass’ Tutu is celebrating his 90th birthday

The line-up of speakers on her birthday is a reminder of Tutu values, surrounding herself with rights advocates Desmond Tutu, South Africa’s anti-apartheid icon, Nobel Peace Prize winner and known as the “moral compass of the nation”, celebrated his 90th birthday on Thursday with a rare public appearance. Tutu, who has long spoken out against … Read more

French indulgence marks 100 years but is it still in fashion?

French indulgence has been setting the trend for over a century, with Christian Dyer’s ‘new look’ after the war waifs 2,000 cigarettes through sexual liberation in the 1960s. But the magazine’s 100th birthday mark, as a new exhibition in Paris, is upsetting at the time fiction magazine. She was not alone. Read more Like many … Read more

Azure waters, limestone cliffs: tourists return to Afghan ‘Grand Canyon’

After the Taliban took power, the site in Bamiyan province was abandoned, but seven weeks later, tourists begin to return The breathtaking azure waters of the Band-e Amir Lakes are once again attracting Afghan tourists, who brave bumpy roads to experience the so-called Grand Canyon of Afghanistan. The six lakes in the heart of the … Read more

Hisal Blower called for regulation to address Facebook’s crisis

Former Facebook employee and whistleblower Francis Hughes testified before a Senate committee on commerce, science, and transportation on October 5, 2021 in Washington, DC. A Facebook whistleblower told U.S. lawmakers Tuesday that social media is a huge fuel division, harming children and needs to be regulated immediately, prompting Congress to take long-term action. Testimony given … Read more

COP26 president denies split in UK over climate

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair said it was not too late to stop climate change, but that ‘real leadership’ and ‘real partnership’ were needed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s pointman ahead of the COP26 climate summit on Tuesday insisted his own Conservative party was on board with the ambition to save the planet. By contrast, … Read more

Volcano Evacuators Face Huge Reconstruction Challenges

Small boats moor in Tazacorte harbor as the volcano spews lava, ash and smoke – but locals won’t leave The lives of thousands may have been destroyed by the eruption of the volcano on the island of La Palma, but many are beginning to dream of returning home and starting reconstruction. It’s been more than … Read more

Volcano IDPs face major reconstruction challenges

The lava continues to fly overnight from the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma, two weeks after the start of its first eruption in 50 years. A volcanic eruption on La Palma may have claimed thousands of lives, but many are dreaming of returning home and starting rebuilding. More than two … Read more

Growing crowds bring the game out of the eFootball failure symptoms

According to experts, the “bizarre” eFootball 2022 and its gruesome reviews of “terrible” graphics are a powerful example of the risks posed by the increasing pressure to speed up video games, experts say. The latest version of the game, formerly known as Pro Evolution Soccer, had something to offer to compete with the undisputed football … Read more

Facebook fights global outages and whistleblower revelations

Facebook was affected by an outage between social networking platforms Facebook struggled with a double whammy on Monday as it faced massive outages of its major social network for seven hours, and fought back with harmful revelations of a whistleblower. Senators fired social networking giant Antigone Davis last week over reports that Facebook’s own investigation … Read more

Extreme heat caused by urbanization, global warming threatens cities: study

Rapid population growth and global warming are increasing exposure to extreme heat in cities, exacerbating health problems and making moving to urban areas less beneficial for the world’s poor, according to a study released Monday. The rise affects nearly a quarter of the world’s population, according to the report published in the “Proceedings of the … Read more

The United States will hold “open talks” on trade with China

Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Joe Biden are far apart in trade relations Washington believes the United States will soon have “clear talks” on trade with China, saying the Asian giant has not honored its commitments under the 2020 agreement, but is not aiming to increase tensions between economic powers. “China is committed … Read more

Jodi wins the Nobel Prize for unlocking the mystery of temperature, touch

American scientists David Julius and Ardem Patapautian received the Nobel Prize in Medicine on Monday for their discovery of receptors for temperature and touch. Julius, who won the in 3 million Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences in 201, said he was shocked to receive a phone call from the Nobel Committee on Monday morning. Originally … Read more

World Leaders Struggle to Limit Damage From ‘Pandora Papers’

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis has failed to state that an offshore investment company has been used to buy a $22 million castle in France Governments took action Monday to mitigate the impact of a release of millions of documents detailing how leaders have used offshore tax havens to store assets worth hundreds of millions … Read more

Beijing Games organizers admit ‘great pressure’ over Covid

The organizers of the Beijing Winter Olympics said on Monday they are experiencing “great pressure” over Covid-19 as China ramps up preparations with a series of test events. The February Games could be the most limited mass sporting event since the start of the pandemic, with no international spectators and a vaccine mandate for anyone … Read more

Assets Giant China Evergrande H Hong Kong Market Trade Suspension

China Evergrande is struggling under a mountain of debt of more than $ 300 billion Disputed property giant China Evergrande on Monday suspended trading on its shares on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange for no reason. “Trading in shares of China Evergrande Group will be suspended,” it said in a statement to the exchange. Originally … Read more

Evergrande announces to stop trading in Hong Kong

China Evergrande is struggling under a mountain of debt of more than $ 300 billion The firm is struggling in a sea of ​​debt and facing defaults, suspending trading of its shares in Hong Kong on Monday to announce a “big deal”. “At the company’s request, trading in the company’s stock was stopped at 9:00 … Read more

‘Pandora Papers’ leaders’ offshore millions exposed

Colombian singer Shakira – whose lawyers say her offshore property was legal From Jordan to Azerbaijan, Kenya and the Czech Republic, more than a dozen heads of state and government have used offshore tax havens to hide assets worth millions of dollars. The so-called “Pandora Papers” investigation जस involving about 600 journalists from the media … Read more

Explosion shakes Kabul after Taliban hold victory rally

A Taliban fighter stands guard as Afghan medical personnel wait outside a hospital to receive victims of an explosion in Kabul Taliban supporters and senior figures held their first mass demonstration near Kabul on Sunday, but the show of force was overshadowed by a bomb attack on mourners in the Afghan capital. No foreign government … Read more