June 02 Goats are giving firefighters in Northern California an assist Firefighters in West Sacramento, California, have a not-so-secret weapon in their arsenal: goats. Lots and lots of goats. The city regularly uses hundreds of goats to clear out weeds, high grass, and other dry brush that could easily go up in flames. The goatsContinue reading “Stories the Week brought to you from 2022 June 02 – June 08”
International penalties imposed after Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine mean that many of the luxury resorts of the Mediterranean or Caribbean are taboo for sanctioned individuals, and their assets.
The Independent’s round up for the week of May 26 – June 01
After weeks of deadlock, European Union leaders finally agreed to shut off the flow of most of the oil they buy from Russia. Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo signaled it was “the provisional end point” of what he could agree to in the energy sphere.
From Rishi Sunak’s rescue plan to gun violence in America, it’s been an eventful week in the news.
Every Thursday the weekly news magazine with editions in the United Kingdom and United States The Week looks at what happened in the previous week and presents a broad spectrum of political viewpoints.
In the week of May 19, the Week looked a lot at children.
Articles of interest presented by The Week, for 2022 May 1-7
At last, on Sunday, before Putin’s great parade in Moscow, the G7 or Group of Seven nations, including the United States, Canada, Japan, France, Germany, Italy, and Britain, the seven largest “advanced” economies, agreed to ban or phase out Russian oil and gas imports in response to Moscow’s Ukraine invasion. We only can hopeContinue reading “G7 agreed to ban or phase out Russian oil and gas imports”
Overview of events in and around Ukraine for the second half of April 2022