Russian missiles hit Ukraine as troops withdraw from key eastern city of Sievierodonetsk

Ukrainian troops have “almost abandoned” Sievierodonetsk after weeks of heavy fighting against Russian forces, the eastern city’s mayor said on Saturday, marking the biggest setback for Ukraine since losing the port of Mariupol in May. The withdrawal from Sievierodonetsk, if confirmed, would bring Moscow closer to full control of Lugansk, with Ukrainian troops in the […]

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Horror on Oslo Pride day when gunman goes on deadly rampage at gay bar

Gunman kills two, wounds 21 Revelers hid in the basement of an Oslo bar Official Pride parade canceled after tragedy Terrorist Threat Assessment Raised to Highest Level Rainbow pride ‘in black’, says government minister OSLO, June 25 (Reuters) – Terrified revelers at a gay bar in Oslo hid in a basement and desperately called for […]

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Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk now ‘completely under Russian occupation’ after months of fighting

“The [Russians] named commander. But the city is so destroyed that it will be difficult for people to cope with this situation,” said the head of the military administration, Oleksandr Striuk. Regional military officials said on Friday that the last troops in Severodonetsk had been ordered to withdraw as it was impossible to continue defending […]

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Calm outside passport offices this weekend

The animosity that reigned outside passport offices this week is fading, as only travelers with an appointment appear to be there. • Read also: A Quebec passport distributed by the Parti Quebecois Earlier this week, hundreds of people waited in frustration for Service Canada to respond to their request. Since Thursday, travelers requiring their passport […]

Vancouver Weather: Sunny and hot

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News BC Election A special weather statement for heat remains in effect for Metro Vancouver, with highs of 31 C inland expected Saturday or 24 C closer to the water. It’s a good day to be out on the water. Temperature highs of 24 C and 31 C inland are […]

Russian missiles hit Ukraine as troops withdraw from key eastern city of Sievierodonetsk

Ukrainian troops have “almost abandoned” Sievierodonetsk after weeks of heavy fighting against Russian forces, the eastern city’s mayor said on Saturday, marking the biggest setback for Ukraine since losing the port of Mariupol in May. The withdrawal from Sievierodonetsk, if confirmed, would bring Moscow closer to full control of Lugansk, with Ukrainian troops in the […]

Activist François Amalega-Bitondo arrested again

Anti-vaccine activist François Amalega-Bitondo, who spent more than 90 days in prison for actions related to health measures, was arrested again on Friday in Repentigny near the Saint-Jean-Baptiste festivities attended by the first Minister Francois Legault. • Read also: Nearly three out of four Quebecers are dissatisfied with the health management of the Legault government […]

How much is the LGBTQ+ tourism market worth?

Playa del Carmen, QRoo.- The LGBTQ+ tourism market is worth 228,000 million dollars, so said Luiz Cegato, Senior Communications & PR Manager Latin America of booking.com. During the presentation of the results of the survey “Travel Proud 2022” Carried out in 25 countries where our country was included in this second edition, it revealed that […]

Disruptions in the food market

At the end of May, the Food Price Index of the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization) has risen 17.72% so far in 2022, compared to May 2021, the increase in one year has been 22.8%. This index measures monthly changes in a global food basket. The global food system, although it was already weakened by […]

What to Expect in the Post-Roe World

In his landmark ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, six Supreme Court justices noted that the nation was grappling with this deeply divisive issue in 1973, but “Roe abruptly ended that political process.” The court has now declared that the future of abortion will rest with 330 million Americans instead of nine judges. […]