Why Was Jamal Khashoggi Murdered?

Why Was Jamal Khashoggi Murdered?

  • Mar 05, 2021

On October 2nd of 2018, Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey with the intention of grabbing paperwork for his upcoming wedding to Turkish national Hatice Cengiz. This would be the last time Jamal Khashoggi would be seen alive. His disappearance sparked an uproar in the international community due […]

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Vaccines That Turn People Into Crocodiles?

Vaccines That Turn People Into Crocodiles?

  • Feb 26, 2021

Vaccines turn people into crocodiles? While Brazil has the world’s third-highest number of confirmed Covid-19 infections, President Bolsonaro constantly uses lies and attacks on the media to mask his inability to address the pandemic. In January, he invited journalists to “go have sex with their whore mothers” and to “ram condensed milk cans up their […]

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BMW i4 Sluttestas – Elektrisk Körglädje

BMW i4 Sluttestas – Elektrisk Körglädje

  • Feb 05, 2021

Pressrelease: BMW 3 och 4-serien har konsekvent stått för sinnebilden av perfekt balans mellan dynamik och komfort inom sitt segment. I nya och helt elektriska BMW i4 omdefinieras denna standard ännu en gång, och med några få månader till världspremiär genomgår modellen nu sluttester. BMW i4 är den första helt elektriska fyrdörrars Gran Coupé som […]

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USA: Police Killings & Racial Injustice & Capitol Attack

Pressrelease Human Rights Watch. Washington, DC: Like the January 6, 2021 mob attack on the US capitol involving white supremacists, the Covid-19 pandemic, police killings of Black and brown people, and other events over the past year laid bare major human rights failings in the United States, Human Rights Watch said today in its World […]

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Kill Them, They Are Sodomites

Kill Them, They Are Sodomites

  • Dec 17, 2020

On October 6, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) activists in Tunisia raised their voices and banners in the street, amid the hundreds of demonstrators who were peacefully protesting a draft law that would drastically limit criminal accountability for the use of force by the security forces. By a cruel irony, police attacked the demonstrators, […]

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Watch How New Volvo Cars Crash

Watch How New Volvo Cars Crash

  • Dec 08, 2020

It is the most extreme crash test ever executed by Volvo Cars, and a crucial one. Extrication specialists often use cars crashed at the Volvo Cars Safety Centre. To allow rescue services to prepare for any possible crash scenario and to simulate the forces that erupt in the most extreme crashes, beyond what can be […]

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Cannabis Stars

Cannabis Stars

  • Dec 02, 2020

It should not be surprising that early celebrity adaptors have jumped onto the legal marijuana bandwagon. Some have struck out on their own while many have inked licensing deals with established corporate brands like Canopy Growth Corporation (CGC) based in Smiths Falls, Ontario. It operates 10 licensed production sites and has over 4.3 million square […]

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Black Friday Rush Must Not Cost Amazon Workers Their Health

Pressrelease Amnesty International, November 2020 (Edited): People working for Amazon have faced great health and safety risks since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, but their ability to speak out and bargain collectively is under pressure from the online retail giant, Amnesty International said today. On Black Friday, one of Amazon’s busiest periods, Amnesty International […]

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Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa Channel The Runaways in “Prisoner”  Video

Newly released “Prisoners” is the latest collaboration between Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa. In the video, set in the 1980’s, the artists have a wild, spider-infested bus ride to a club.  Cyrus sports an ’80s mullet haircut that she could have borrowed from her father, Billy Ray. Video Is Wild During the adventure, Miley pours […]

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Scotland Becomes First to Guarantee Free Menstrual Products

Following legislation Tuesday, Scotland became the first country in the world to guarantee free access to menstrual products nationwide. The bill, championed by Scottish Parliament Member Monica Lennon, sets out to combat what is known as “period poverty.” The term refers to a circumstance where a person who requires menstrual products cannot afford them or […]

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