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Say Hello to 2023, Wave Goodbye to 2022

  So, we’ve finally reached the end of 2022 and we can honestly say that it didn’t come soon enough. The past 12 months has been one of the most newsworthy in quite some time as it often felt that there was never a dull moment and most of it wasn’t for good reasons either.Continue reading “Say Hello to 2023, Wave Goodbye to 2022”

The hourglass of this world

We from our site of the West European continent also resolved to do everything possible to show what goes wrong in this world. To this end, we hope that readers who come here, shall appreciate our writings and shall take the necessary steps to help to share these articles with others.

2022 towards its end

It seems like 2022 is only a few months away, but 11 months have already passed. In those months, the world faced some hot moments, with an upcoming Third World War lurking behind the door. Fortunately, most politicians were smart enough to keep away from red buttons and not jump in too quickly on theContinue reading “2022 towards its end”

A selection of The Telegraph articles for Sunday 2022 October 23

Child-free by choice: The birth rate crisis gripping the West “You’ve slept in, woken up to a tidy home, it’s quiet, and you’ve got the rest of the day to potter around, no interruptions. A child-free life is a good life.” The message floats over a video that captures a scene of serene domesticity. PostedContinue reading “A selection of The Telegraph articles for Sunday 2022 October 23”

Views from the Observer for August 2022

TikTok Has Changed Everything, Especially Book Publishing TikTok’s algorithms take us deeper into ourselves, yet the viral app has profoundly shifted how books get publicity and find new audiences. By Ann Kjellberg READ MORE Author Salman Rushdie Was Attacked on a Lecture Stage at Western New York’s Chautauqua Institution   Author Salman Rushdie was attackedContinue reading “Views from the Observer for August 2022”

Indy for the 4th week of August 2022: Andrew Tate is toast

Andrew Tate is toast. The controversial influencer known for his outspoken comments on women, has been nuked from so many social media platforms now that people are imagining new online spaces he can be banned from. (One of his final acts as a TikTok user appears to have been shooting his shot with a USContinue reading “Indy for the 4th week of August 2022: Andrew Tate is toast”

The Telegraph looking at the 4th week of August 2022

During Brexit negotiations, it was clear that the UK was not willing to pay the painful economic price Credit: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Britain must show the EU it’s not all talk and no trousers when it comes to ‘no deal’ Britain is yet to follow through on a single “no deal” threat it has madeContinue reading “The Telegraph looking at the 4th week of August 2022”

The New York Times briefings for the 3rd week of August 2022

August 15 By Natasha Frost Writer, Briefings Good morning. We’re covering Salman Rushdie’s recovery and the fallout from the F.B.I.’s search of Donald Trump’s home in Florida. A news conference held by Republican members of the House Intelligence Committee to discuss the F.B.I. raid.Anna Rose Layden for The New York Times Division in the RepublicanContinue reading “The New York Times briefings for the 3rd week of August 2022”

The Indy100 newsletter for 2022 August 17: Donald, Where’s Your Passports?

The FBI searched and found for classified documents that Trump allegedly took from the White House (including nuclear papers).

The first week of August 2022 as seen by the New York Times

August 01 Why Was Joshua Held for More Than Two Years for Someone Else’s Crimes? Honolulu incarcerated the wrong man for more than two years — a miscarriage of justice that shows the cruel inadequacy of America’s approach to mental health. Ukraine’s president urged hundreds of thousands of people living in the east to startContinue reading “The first week of August 2022 as seen by the New York Times”