Activists are protesting at the official venue with strict restrictions from UNFCCC and the host country, Egypt.
August 29 Revealed / ‘Disturbing’ race divide in cancer patients’ wait times in England Exclusive: analysis of 126,000 cases over a decade shows black and Asian people face longer delays A damning review of the world’s largest primary care database by the University of Exeter and the Guardian discovered minority ethnic patients wait longerContinue reading “The Guardian 2022 August 29 – September 04”
July 11 Ukrainain soldiers salvaging parts from a Russian armoured vehicle. The British military recently estimated the number of dead Russians at 25,000.Daniel Berehulak for The New York Times Russia seeks recruits for its war in Ukraine Russian forces desperately need new soldiers. Already, the government is using what some analysts call a “stealth mobilization”Continue reading “The New York Times from July 11 – July 17”
July 11 In the end, the anger on the streets of Sri Lanka finally breached the security, tear gas and rubber bullets that had helped President Gotabaya Rajapaksa to hold on to power. The defining images that surrounded his resignation this weekend were of people jumping into the presidential pool, rifling through medicine cabinets, and helpingContinue reading “Bloomberg main messages for 11-17 July 2022”
Ukrainians have surprisingly quickly put aside their differences and are choosing to fight, and die, in defence of their nation’s liberty whilst the frustrated Russian leader commissioned his troops to spare nothing and even to use the weapons forbidden by international conventions, such as cluster bombs and fluorine firebombs.
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Journalists who compromised the code of ethics. Many, if not all, journalists are taught from the beginning of their journalism classes that they owe to the public?the truth and what is ethical. Journalists are taught that they owe the audience the truth, including all facts, and that they should represent the…
Europe must not forget its colonial past and must bear its responsibility for the consequences that the population has to endure in the process of reforming that independence. For example, Great Britain must ensure that inhumane conditions and violations of human rights in Cameroon and Ambezonia, are resolved and punished, and must provide assistance to the local population so that they have no reason to flee their country.
The last few days we come to see how people are brought into terrible circumstances. On VTM last night we also saw how the Flemish reporter was halted by the Polish police, brought away from the border and heard how he and his crew got fined. Strange such a silencing of the press happening inContinue reading “Middle East migrants lured into thinking Belarus would provide a gateway to Europe”