Friday, Mar 05, 2021
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COVID-19: Should care home visitations be legalised?
Sky, 04 Feb 2021
Sky's Sam Coates asked the Prime Minister if legislation around care home visits will be ammended with the success of the vaccination programme.
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Democrats under scrutiny after Cuomo scandal
AP, 05 Mar 2021
Senior Democrats are coming under increasing scrutiny in the wake of harrasment allegations against New York's Democratic governor Andrew Cuomo.
1% NHS pay offer during pandemic is “worst kind of insult” say unions
BBC, 05 Mar 2021
A row has erupted after a UK government proposal of a 1% pay rise for most NHS workers in England.
Women struggle to regain footing in U.S. job market
Reuters, 05 Mar 2021
More than 2.5 million women left the labor force between February
Hong Kong democracy campaigners kept in custody after marathon bail hearing
CA, 05 Mar 2021
A judge in Hong Kong has ruled that 47 pro-democracy activists should remain in custody Thursday after four days of bail hearings, in a case that has drawn global concern that B...
Ben Carson slams cancel culture as 'poison' in our system
FOX, 05 Mar 2021
Former HUD secretary decries cancel culture with a personal poem
Crimes against Asian Americans continue to rise one year into COVID-19 pandemic
CBS, 05 Mar 2021
There has been a troubling increase in crimes targeting Asian Americans across the United States.
Security at US Capitol tightened amid threats
DW, 05 Mar 2021
The US capital is on high alert. Security has been ramped up in Washington DC after intelligence officials warned that a right-wing militia may be preparing an attack on the Cap...
Myanmar coup: "We won't forgive them," says mourner as clashes continue
AFP, 05 Mar 2021
Defiant anti-coup protesters returned to the streets across Myanmar after the deadliest day of the junta's crackdown and as the United Nations called on the military to "stop mu...
Here's why bitcoin could triple over the next year
CNN, 05 Mar 2021
William Quigley, managing director of Magnetic, explains why he believes that bitcoin's value can still rise dramatically into 2022.
Alabama Governor To Lift Mask Mandate In Early April | NBC News NOW
NBC, 05 Mar 2021
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has announced that the state's Mask mandate
Will the ICC probe into Palestinian Territories achieve anything? | Inside Story
Al Jazeera, 05 Mar 2021
The International Criminal Court is opening an investigation into alleged war crimes in the Palestinian Territories.
Live: Natural beauty – China's widest waterfall – Ep. 5
CGTN, 04 Mar 2021
Nuorilang Waterfall is located in Jiuzhaigou County, southwest China's Sichuan Province.
In ruins | 6.3 earthquake wreaks havoc in Thessaly
RT, 04 Mar 2021
A magnitude 6.3 earthquake hit central Greece destroying buildings in the village of Damasi and across the region of Thessaly.
Demand for Covid Products to Remain High: Merck KGaA CEO
Bloomberg, 04 Mar 2021
Mar.04 -- Merck KGaA Chief Executive Officer Stephan Oschmann
Sky News Breakfast: The long economic road to recovery
Sky, 04 Mar 2021
On your Sky News Breakfast menu: - Sky's Niall Paterson is joined by the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, to discuss the budget - CBI director-general Tony Danker reacts to the 'super d...
Pope says he will visit Iraq as 'pilgrim of peace'
FRANCE24, 04 Mar 2021
On the eve of his historic trip to #Iraq, #Pope #Francis paid tribute Thursday to those who have suffered from years of violence, saying he came as a "pilgrim of peace".
UK Budget: Should taxes rise? Live Q&A
FT, 04 Mar 2021
UK chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered Budget measures that he promised would help the UK economy bounce back — but businesses are concerned about future tax rises to pay for the p...
WHO experts in Europe hold news conference on long Covid – watch live
Guardian, 04 Mar 2021
World Health Organization hosts news conference on Covid-19 in
'No more late-night cheese': Boris Johnson reveals weight loss to encourage the public to get fitter
Telegraph, 04 Mar 2021
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has revealed he has stopped eating cheese at night, as well as avoiding chocolates and eating less carbs in order to lose weight.
Two sessions: How China's environmental policies are giving a boost to green industries
SCMP, 04 Mar 2021
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube As China steps up its environmental protection policies, many companies are finding opportunities...