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  • 2021-09-19 17:00:15 UTC
    <p>The British had a ruthless economic agenda when it came to operating in India and that did not include empathy for native citizens. Under the British Raj, India suffered countless famines.&nbsp;</p><p>But the worst hit was Bengal. The first of ...

  • Biden’s “America First” Policy Makes U.S. An Undependable Ally in Europe
    2021-09-17 00:28:49 UTC
    <p>WASHINGTON (AP) &mdash; President Joe Biden&rsquo;s decision to form a strategic Indo-Pacific alliance with Australia and Britain to counter China is angering France and the European Union. They&rsquo;re feeling left out and seeing it as a retu...

  • Five Players Scored as Denmark Beat Israel 5-0
    2021-09-16 22:33:25 UTC
    <p><a href="https://www.global-gathering.com/opinions/19494"></a></p><h2><a href="https://www.global-gathering.com/opinions/19494">FIFA WORLD MEN&#39;S RANKING Denmark, England, Portugal - UP!</a></h2><p><br></p><hr><p>COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) &m...

  • California Voters Want Gov. Newsom to Stay in Office
    2021-09-15 03:49:54 UTC
    <p>SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) &mdash; California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday became the second governor in U.S. history to defeat a recall aimed at kicking him out of office early, a contest the Democratic governor crafted as part of national battle...

  • Barbaric Slaughter: 1,500 Dolphins Tortured to Death by Faroe Islands People
    2021-09-14 23:31:39 UTC
    Tradition or torture? Over the weekend, 1428 dolphins were slaughtered in the Faroe Islands. The deaths came as part of the latest ‘grindadráp’ hunt — a Faroese tradition of dolphin drive hunting in which dolphins are herded towards land by mot...

  • The Incredible Discovery of 400-Year-Old Greenland Shark
    2021-09-14 03:43:27 UTC
    The Greenland shark, an iconic species of the Arctic Seas, grows slowly and reaches 5m in length, suggesting a life span well beyond those of other vertebrates. Researchers used radiocarbon dating to determine the ages of 28 of the animals, and es...


  • 2021-09-12 10:13:06 UTC
    <p>This year&rsquo;s&nbsp;World Happiness Report&nbsp;again ranks Denmark among the top three happiest of 155 countries surveyed &ndash; a distinction that the country has earned for seven consecutive years.</p><p>The U.S., on the other hand, rank...

  • Denmark Lifts All Covid Restrictions After 80% of Population Gets Vaccinated
    2021-09-11 05:50:22 UTC
    COPENHAGEN — Denmark’s high vaccination rate has enabled the Scandinavian country to become one of the first European Union nations to lift all domestic restrictions. The return to normality has been gradual, but as of Friday, the digital pass ...

  • U.S. Democracy on Trial
    2021-09-07 06:23:06 UTC
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Winston Churchill was not known for leaving his thoughts unspoken. One of them was this: “It has been said that democracy is the worst form of government, except for all those other forms that have been tried.” Donald Trump, w...

  • AG Merrick Garland Attempts to ‘Protect’ Abortion Seekers in Texas
    2021-09-06 23:18:48 UTC
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department said Monday that it will not tolerate violence against anyone who is trying to obtain an abortion in Texas as federal officials explore options to challenge a new state law that bans most abortions. Atto...

  • People Rally Against Racism, Right-Wing Extremists in Berlin
    2021-09-05 07:39:49 UTC
    BERLIN — A Rally by the name of “UNTEILBAR” staged a protest in Berlin on Saturday afternoon. “UNTEILBAR” roughly translates to the English “INSEPARABLE.” Many issues are being protested against, people were mainly trying to demonstrate the sol...

  • Reuters: Google Shuts Down Afghan Government Accounts
    2021-09-04 05:30:49 UTC
    WASHINGTON, Sept 3 (Reuters) - Google has temporarily locked down an unspecified number of Afghan government email accounts, according to a person familiar with the matter, as fears grow over the digital paper trail left by former officials and th...

  • German Federal Election 2021: In The Shadow of Angela Merkel
    2021-09-03 21:59:30 UTC
    This article has been translated from German. This is the updated version of a text that was first published on *DW (Deutsche Welle) BERLIN — Three weeks before the general election, Germany's ruling conservatives have been slipping in opinion ...

  • Law Professor Says "Roe v. Wade Was Not Overruled"
    2021-09-02 20:40:35 UTC
    Rick Hasen, law professor at UC-Irvine, is highly skeptical of the conservative majority’s motivation behind denying the injunction request, calling it a "sleight of hand." "No, Roe v. Wade was not overruled tonight," Hasen said. "But the ease wi...

  • What to wear and How To Dress According To Your Body Type - Style Guides
    2021-09-02 20:40:24 UTC
    Parties are often preceded by fun questions, like what to give? Who to bring? When to arrive? And, crucially, what to wear? Most of us don’t just happen to have a floor-length silk gown or a tailcoat hanging around in our closet, waiting for the d...

  • California Gay Marriage Ban Headed to US Supreme Court
    2021-09-02 20:39:25 UTC
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The sponsors of California's same-sex marriage ban plan to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review a landmark appellate court ruling that struck down the law as unconstitutional. Alliance Defense Fund lawyer Brian Raum said Tu...

  • Study: Foods High in Flavonoids Could Slow Down Cognitive Decline
    2021-09-02 05:28:03 UTC
    A new study shows that people who eat a diet that includes at least half a serving per day of foods high in flavonoids like strawberries, oranges, peppers and apples may have a 20% lower risk of cognitive decline. The research is published in the ...

  • Filing an Auto Insurance Claim
    2021-09-02 01:52:21 UTC
    If you have recently been in a car accident, you may be uncertain about what to do. You're probably not surprised to hear that many people are unsure about what to do after an accident. Even the most cautious and experienced drivers can find thems...

  • Black US Farmers Are Still Seeking Justice
    2021-09-01 16:37:58 UTC
    BOYDTON, Va. (AP) — There was a time when Black farms prospered. Just two generations out of slavery, by 1910 Black farmers had amassed more than 16 million acres of land and made up about 14 percent of farmers. The fruit of their labors fed mu...

  • EU Tightens Travel Restrictions on US, Dropped From Safe List
    2021-08-30 17:12:26 UTC
    BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union recommended Monday that its 27 nations reinstate restrictions on tourists from the U.S. because of rising coronavirus infections there. The decision by the European Council to remove the U.S. from a safe list ...

  • Anorexia Crackdown: France bans super-skinny models
    2021-08-30 08:09:07 UTC
    (Reuters) - France will ban excessively thin fashion models and expose modeling agents and the fashion houses that hire them to possible fines and even jail, under a new law passed on Friday. The move by France, with its fashion and luxury indu...

  • Hurricane Ida Bears Down on New Orleans
    2021-08-30 01:58:23 UTC
    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Hurricane Ida blasted ashore Sunday as one of the most powerful storms ever to hit the U.S., knocking out power to all of New Orleans, blowing roofs off buildings and reversing the flow of the Mississippi River as it rushed from...

  • 4 Indian men charged with rape, murder of nine-year-old girl
    2021-08-29 21:35:49 UTC
    New Delhi — A priest and three other men were charged with the gang rape and murder of a so-called “lower-caste” nine-year-old girl, Indian police said, in a case that sparked days of protests in the capital, New Delhi. The girl was allegedly a...

  • U.S. Strike Blew Up Multiple ISIS-K Suicide Bombers in Kabul
    2021-08-29 17:24:50 UTC
    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A U.S. drone strike blew up a vehicle carrying “multiple suicide bombers” from Afghanistan’s Islamic State affiliate on Sunday before they could attack the ongoing military evacuation at Kabul’s international airport, Ame...

  • Marchers Across US Call on Congress to Bolster Voting Rights
    2021-08-28 23:35:49 UTC
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Thousands of voting rights advocates rallied across the country Saturday to call for sweeping federal laws that would wipe out voting restrictions advancing in some Republican-controlled states that could make it harder to cast a...