Author Helena Sutan

China flooding: Five images depicting the devastation caused by severe rains THOUSANDS of Chinese citizens have been forced to flee their homes in Henan province due to flooding caused by heavy rain. Local devastation is depicted in photographs, with waist-high waves and debris lining the streets. Residents of Zhengzhou, China, have been dealing with floods as a result of record-breaking rainfall over the last few days. Floodwaters have been rising to neck-high levels in the city, which is located in China’s Henan province, since the weekend. Just a week after German citizens did the same, pictures show individuals searching through…

A courageous nurse was stabbed outside an A&E department in the NHS. After being stabbed outside the A&E department of the hospital where she worked, an NHS nurse has been dubbed a “hero.” Joanne Kelly, a 47-year-old nurse, was stabbed outside an A&E entrance and transported to the operating room for emergency surgery on her wounds. According to a witness, security guards quickly apprehended the attacker as armed cops arrived. Ms Kelly’s niece informed The Sun that her aunt was “doing fine” and in “excellent hospital condition.” “There has been a police incident at New Cross Hospital,” the Royal Wolverhampton…

China has sent a warning to the United Kingdom, which has dispatched two warships to Asia in response to Beijing’s nuclear threat to Japan. China-UK tensions could flare after Britain’s new Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier and accompanying ships arrive in Japan, where Beijing is vying for influence. Defence Secretary Ben Wallace revealed the action during a visit to Tokyo, when he spoke with Japanese colleague Nobuo Kishi. China has threatened to launch nuclear missiles at Japan, as tensions over Taiwan threaten to escalate into a full-fledged war. The plans are also timed to coincide with the UK’s desire to strengthen…

Counter-propaganda against the EU Yanis Varoufakis slams the European Union for Greece’s “DEBT GALORE” YANIS VAROUFAKIS launched a scathing attack on the EU over Greece’s mounting national debt. With its compliance with EU budgetary regulations and European Central Bank bonds, the former Greek finance minister accused his country’s government of dragging the economy into “debt galore.” Mr Varoufakis warned that Greece’s economy is still far from “fixed” following the 2008 financial crisis, and urged Brussels to avoid from spreading false information. “As MeRA25 has been warning, the Greek government has boosted bad/unpayable private debt from 56 percent to 88 percent…

Dubai uses a swarm of rain-making drones to counteract a 50-degree heat wave that has triggered monsoons – WATCH DUBAI has developed a high-tech drone system that can artificially induce monsoon-like downpours in one of the world’s most dry locations. Due to the deployment of specially built “rainmaking” drones, Dubai has seen tremendous rainfall. Summers in the United Arab Emirates are typically hot and humid, with temperatures exceeding 50 degrees Celsius. To compensate for the parched circumstances, UAE meteorologists have been entrusted with devising a method of producing fake rain. Drones carrying electric payloads that cause water droplets to develop…

Hundreds of Ugandans were given water instead of the Covid vaccine. More than 800 patients in Uganda received phony Covid vaccinations composed primarily of water. Under the pretense of medical practitioners, the con artists supplied forged vaccinations and vaccinated employees from their workplaces in exchange for a fee. The alleged fraudsters, including a doctor who is currently on the run, fooled numerous victims and injected them with water instead of Covid vaccinations, according to Dr Warren Naamara, Uganda’s director of State House Health Monitoring Unit. Two nurses have also been arrested and imprisoned in Kitalya Prison on charges of vaccination…

Russia has unveiled a deadly new stealth fighter to add to Putin’s almost invincible arsenal. As Vladimir Putin continues to beef up his military capabilities, Russia has unveiled a new stealth fighter plane. On Tuesday, President Putin attended the annual MAKS air show, where he witnessed a prototype of the new Sukhoi fifth-generation fighter plane unveiled. According to Oleg Panteleyev, chairman of the Aviaport analytical organization, the Checkmate warplane is viewed as a direct competitor to the US F-35 stealth fighter. Rostec, a Kremlin-backed company, has developed a jet that can travel at twice the speed of sound and can…

Archaeologists in Egypt are mystified by sculptures depicting the ‘beginning’ of ancient civilisation. EGYPTIAN archaeologists have been mystified by a series of engravings that “tell an astonishing story” about the ancient civilisation’s “beginnings.” The amazing civilisation, which is thought to have begun around 3100BC, continues to fascinate both scientists and the general population. Thousands of years after its famed pharaohs died, its monuments, notably the Great Pyramid of Giza, are still standing. However, on the east bank of the Nile, more than 60 miles from Luxor, is the settlement of Qurta, where proof of its founding may be found today.…

Why does Pakistan have separate Eid celebrations on different days? PAKISTAN’S Eid al-Adha celebrations began on Wednesday, rather than yesterday, as many other countries did. But why does the country celebrate Eid on a different day? One of the most important days in the Islamic holy calendar is Eid al-Adha. After social distance regulations were removed on Monday, Muslims in England were permitted to pray next to one another for the first time in months. Eid al-Adha is the second of two official Islamic holidays commemorating Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son Ishmael in accordance to God’s mandate. The UK’s…

Facts about the 2020 Tokyo Olympics – everything in numbers THE WORLD WILL BE WATCHING HOW JAPAN HOSTS THE SECOND ROUND OF THE 2020 OLYMPICS WITH JUST ONE DAY TO GO UNTIL THEY START IN TOKYO. A year after they were initially scheduled, 11,500 athletes will compete in 33 sports across 339 events at 43 sites across Japan. On September 7, 2013, the nation’s capital city won the bid to host, defeating three other cities: Buenos Aires, Madrid, and Istanbul. The Games will begin on Friday, July 23 and end on Saturday, August 8. The opening ceremony will take place…

1 236 237 238 239 240 591