Noticed this was not published in the morning of November the 14th So, later than anticipated, still for perusal and addition of continuing news. By Danny Boyle Rishi Sunak is arriving in Bali today for one of his first outings on the global stage since taking office. The Prime Minister has written for us –Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022 November 14”
It would be nice if one had the words of the Kremlin but it can be a very dangerous trap.
Could there be a turning point in the battle for Ukraine?
What was in the news this weekend Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian acknowledged for the first time on Nov. 5 that his country had provided drones to Russia, but claimed that it happened before Russia’s full-scale invasion. Iran exploits Russia’s dependence on kamikaze drone supplies. The Institute for the Study of War said in itsContinue reading “Headings for the weekend of 2022 November 06-07”
September 2022 coming to an end with severe storms.
September 19 Hurricane Fiona leaves Puerto Rico without power Hurricane Fiona hit Puerto Rico’s southwest coast with heavy rains and maximum sustained winds of 85 miles per hour on Sunday, triggering landslides and knocking out a power grid still recovering from Hurricane Maria five years ago. The storm downed electricity transmission lines, causing a “blackoutContinue reading “The Week of 2022 September 19 – 25”
Looking at what made the headlines the first half of September 2022
September 05 Zelensky says Ukraine has retaken 2 towns in counteroffensive Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Sunday that Ukraine’s military had recaptured two villages in its counteroffensive against Russia that began last week in the south and east. “Ukrainian flags are returning where they belong by right,” Zelensky said during a meeting of security leaders.Continue reading “The Week of 2022 September 05 – 11”
What you might find to read in the Telegraph today 2022/10/11
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”