Why Boris will delay June 21 lockdown

BORIS Johnson is set to delay lockdown lifting “freedom day” to July 19 after cases of the mutant Indian strain exploded by 240 per cent in just a week, The Sun can reveal. Boris Johnson Under plans drawn up to be announced on Monday, a two-week review will be included meaning Covid restrictions could be dropped on … Continue reading Why Boris will delay June 21 lockdown

15 Interesting facts your probably don’t know

River Nile in Africa is the longest river (6,825 kilometres) of the earth. An apple tree is at irs prime when it is about 50 years old. The United States produces about 100 million barrels of apples a year. That’s a lot of old trees. Magnifying Glass with the word Facts on white background. The … Continue reading 15 Interesting facts your probably don’t know

The Queen and Royal Family host G7 leaders

The Queen and senior members of the royal family have gathered at the Eden Project where they are hosting a joint dinner for the leaders of the G7. The monarch was joined by the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they welcomed the leaders of the … Continue reading The Queen and Royal Family host G7 leaders

How drug traffickers adjusted to COVID-19 disruption

Like supermarkets, restaurants and purveyors of sourdough bread, the illegal drugs trade went digital to serve its customers during lockdown, and could stay that way when the COVID-19 pandemic is over, Europe’s drugs agency said on Wednesday. The financial impact of drug abuse "The pandemic is pushing drug criminals online, reinforcing a trend," said the … Continue reading How drug traffickers adjusted to COVID-19 disruption

WHO: 250 million COVID-19 vaccine doses needed to hit September target

The world needs 250 million additional COVID-19 vaccine doses by September in order to ensure at least 10 percent of the population of every country receives the life-saving jab by then, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom. Tedros made the remarks at the U.K. High-Level event on equitable access to COVID-19 … Continue reading WHO: 250 million COVID-19 vaccine doses needed to hit September target

Why every business or organization needs Contextual Advertising

Putting relevant ad content in front of interested eyes without coming off as intrusive”that’s what every digital publisher wants & what contextual advertising can offer! Man drawing schedule of business growth Did you know that only 4 in 100 ads per day get more than one second of attention? Well, having your ads in the … Continue reading Why every business or organization needs Contextual Advertising

Czech Republic crowned winners of Euro 2021

Czech Republic have been crowned European football champions after beating Denmark 3-2 in the final of the delayed Euro 2020 (now Euro 2021), a simulation of the tournament played out on a supercomputer, that analysed teams and their results over the last 20 years, has predicted. Kylian Mbappe The European Championships, which will kick off … Continue reading Czech Republic crowned winners of Euro 2021

Naomi Osaka opens up on mental health issues

The highest-paid female athlete in the world, tennis superstar Naomi Osaka, decided to leave the French Open at the end of May citing her battle with depression and anxiety. Her withdrawal from the tournament created a media frenzy, and divided journalists and fans. But it has also started a conversation about athletes and mental health that … Continue reading Naomi Osaka opens up on mental health issues

Court jails man who slapped the French President, Emmanuel Macron

A French court on Thursday sentenced a man who slapped French President Emmanuel Macron across the face this week to a prison term of 18 months, 14 of which were suspended. President of France Emanuel Macron (l) and president of the United States Donald Trump (r) are seen during the family photo opportunity at the … Continue reading Court jails man who slapped the French President, Emmanuel Macron

Amnesty: China is committing crimes against humanity

ighurs and other predominantly Muslim ethnic minorities in China’s Xinjiang autonomous region face systematic and state-organised “mass internment and torture amounting to crimes against humanity”, Amnesty International said, citing dozens of eyewitness accounts from former detainees, as the group stepped up calls for the camps to be closed. Hands of a Muslim woman holding bars … Continue reading Amnesty: China is committing crimes against humanity