The President of France has started a ‘fight with Islamists’, by introducing a series of policies that will affect ordinary Muslims in France.
Voluntary group #WeMakeEvents staged a week of Covid-compliant demonstrations in Parliament Square to campaign for government support of the live events industry, which has been brought to its knees by Covid-19.
Christian organisations and local clergy in Kingston are concerned that that the new lockdown ban on communal worship could damage mental health and well-being, especially of the most vulnerable.
The 2020 US Elections is just around the corner, with Americans taking to the polls to decide whether they wish to have another four years of a Donald J. Trump presidency, or if they want former Vice President Joseph R. Biden to take over the White House.
The partisan brawl of the Supreme Court hearings stirred up a commotion across the pond. The function of the confirmation procedure was to determine whether President Donald Trump’s nominee Amy Coney Barrett was fit for the job – and the senate voted on Monday that she was.
After the Holocaust, we said never again. But less than a century later one of the biggest cases of human rights abuse the world has ever seen, is happening in the North-Western province of Xinjiang, in China.