Biographer describes Barcelona player Memphis Depay as a rebel

Simon Zwartkruis, the writer of Memphis Depay’s official biography, describes the footballer as a rebel with a lot of self confidence, What else did he say? ‘Heart of a Lion’ was published in 2019, how did the idea come up? In the first years of his career, Memphis took the decision to share his personal … Continue reading Biographer describes Barcelona player Memphis Depay as a rebel

Emmanuel Macron switches phone over espionage concerns

Hungary, Israel and Algeria on Thursday probed allegations that Israeli-made spyware was used on journalists, rights activists and 14 heads of state, as French leader Emmanuel Macron ordered tighter security and changed his phone over espionage concerns. Francis Emmanuel Macron President Macron -- whose name was on a list of alleged targets -- ordered "a … Continue reading Emmanuel Macron switches phone over espionage concerns

PEGASUS: Morocco sues Amnesty International

Morocco has filed defamation claims against Amnesty International and a French NGO who claim its intelligence services used the Pegasus mobile phone spyware against dozens of French journalists, lawyers for the government said Thursday. Emmanuel Macron Paris prosecutors opened their own inquiry this week into the claims by Amnesty and the French media nonprofit Forbidden … Continue reading PEGASUS: Morocco sues Amnesty International

Whistleblower Protection in the UK and USA on COVID-19

1.       Introduction Whistleblowing is central to achieving good corporate governance within a political system[1]. This explains why countries need reliable mechanisms for identifying and correcting unethical and unlawful practices in organisations. But every action is open to a reaction so it is a common occurrence for organisations to retaliate against whistleblowers. Evidence-based reports from Whistleblower … Continue reading Whistleblower Protection in the UK and USA on COVID-19

Best anti-aging tips you should learn from French women

French Women are considered the epitome of beauty and grace at every age. It is said that a french woman can never lose her sense of style. What is it about them that makes their beauty effortlessly natural? Many of us think that one has to invest in eye-lifts and botox for defying the signs … Continue reading Best anti-aging tips you should learn from French women

Should bloggers update old articles on their websites?

Some things like art become better with time. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always apply to articles.That said, to continue to bring results and rank high, your content requires constant updates. Many industry experts say they receive impressive results when renewing their content. For instance, that’s what you can also get.1. Better click-through ratesWell, by updating your content you … Continue reading Should bloggers update old articles on their websites?

Planning a holiday in France? Try these amazing locations

Planning a holiday in France? Looking for holiday deals in L’Hexagone (a nickname for France, which refers to the hexagon shape of France)? Don’t know where to start? Well, we’ll try to help you out with a few of our top recommended destinations for your next vacation in France.  France is practically filled with countless … Continue reading Planning a holiday in France? Try these amazing locations

New vacation ideas in Singapore

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Singapore with its strategic location, excellent air connectivity and world-class air and sea ports, was seeing explosive growth in its cruise industry propelled by rising number of cruise passengers particularly from China and India. Photo by Maxim Cravzov on Pexels.com Today, although foreign tourists have all but vanished, the cruise industry … Continue reading New vacation ideas in Singapore

Why China won’t go to war in Afghanistan

The ministerial meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) and the meeting of the SCO-Afghanistan working group at Dushanbe on July 13-14 have thrown light on the templates of China's approach to the evolving situation in Afghanistan. The elucidation of China's intentions and motivations by China's State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi is timely … Continue reading Why China won’t go to war in Afghanistan

Class Privilege: Why people lie about having it rough

When we think about economic and social inequality in the United States, there’s a tendency to consider it from the angle of how it affects people at the bottom, whose lives are harder because of their skin color or ethnic identity, or because they come from a neglected rural area or a poor urban neighborhood. … Continue reading Class Privilege: Why people lie about having it rough