Four United Nations peacekeepers in Mali were killed and five others wounded in an attack by unidentified armed elements on Wednesday, the UN mission in the country has said. The peacekeepers’ convoy was struck by an improvised explosive device (IED), and the … Continue reading UN Condemns Mali of “Heinous” Violence against UN Peacekeepers
Efforts should be stepped up to quickly identify and study emerging variants of the COVID-19-causing SARS-CoV-2 virus, UN World Health Organization (WHO) scientists said on Tuesday. Alongside monitoring, virus and serum samples should be shared via globally agreed mechanisms so … Continue reading WHO calls for Increased Surveillance for Coronavirus Variants
A sonic boom has been heard over London and Cambridge after two RAF jets were scrambled to intercept a private plane. The aircraft was travelling from Germany and had lost communication with air traffic controllers. It was diverted to Stansted Airport by … Continue reading Typhoons Hit Sound Barrier to intercept private plane
The government promised to feed children on free school meals during the coronavirus crisis. However by replacing free school meals vouchers with ‘woefully inadequate’ food parcels, children up and down the country are going hungry. By hiring private companies to … Continue reading ‘Mean’ School Meals Parcels Scandal!
A US police officer who was called out to arrest a family suspected of shoplifting instead bought them some food so they could have a decent Christmas dinner. Officer Matt Lima was called to a food store in Somerset, Massachusetts, … Continue reading Policeman buys family food instead of arresting them for shoplifting
More than 60 people have been arrested and investigations are under way after the violent invasion of the US Congress in Washington DC on Wednesday. Four people died when a mob loyal to President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol building, … Continue reading Get Him Out Now!