Lebanon is on the brink of social explosion and breakdown Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Najib Mikati has received 73 votes from the Lebanese Parliament, making him the new Prime Minister elect. He stated he would not have accepted the position unless he had international support, and he agreed with President Michel Aoun to […]
Today we believe that countries sovereignty is the sacred obligation to everyone, and it’s just hard to imagine a country significantly expanding its territories. However, there are territories like Crimea, the situation there is complicated though. And the territorial wars are still accurate to this day. Another subject of argument is the island split between […]
PrivacyToGo On June 30th, 2021, the Google Developers blog announced the launch of vaccine passports in Android through its Passes API. Less than 24 hours later, the European Union, long mired in a sea of national standards for digital jab records, rolled out its EU-wide vaccine passport. Two completely different vaccine passport schemes unveiled on the same day, encompassing …
Despite ongoing violence in the northern region of Tigray, persistent attempts to de-rail the process and cries of catastrophe by western powers (most notably the US) and mainstream media, on the 21 June Ethiopia conducted its first ever democratic elections. The mechanics of the election were not perfect, but crucially there were no reports of […]
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Henrik and Lana cover some of the latest news and recent events in episode 128 of Flashback Friday.
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21WIRE | An audit of COVID data in Portugal suggests a massive exaggeration in deaths from the virus.
Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Donald Henry Rumsfeld held many varied US governmental positions over many years of service to his country, but will always be remembered for being an architect of the war in Iraq, which killed at least 1 million Iraqis within the first five years of war. Rumsfeld had never been to […]