CHINA,INDIA, RUSSIA MUST STEP UP EFFORTS TO REDUCE EMISSIONS: US SPECIAL PRESIDENTIAL ENVOY FOR CLIMATE JOHN KERRY

CHINA,INDIA, RUSSIA MUST STEP UP EFFORTS TO REDUCE EMISSIONS: US SPECIAL PRESIDENTIAL ENVOY FOR CLIMATE JOHN KERRY

The world’s big emitting countries, including China, India, Russia and Japan need to “really step up” and begin to lower greenhouse gas emissions, US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry has said as he called on all nations to raise their ambition to fight against climate change. Kerry on Friday joined UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for a special virtual event to mark the United States rejoining the Paris Agreement. The United Kingdom will host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow in November this…

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Norway proposes to decriminalize recreational drug use

Norway proposes to decriminalize recreational drug use

Norway’s government on Friday proposed a bill aimed at decriminalising the possession and use of small amounts of narcotics, saying users should be offered treatment rather than face jail. “Decades of repression have taught us that punishment doesn’t work. On the contrary, punishment can make things worse,” Education Minister Guri Melby told a press conference. “Drug addicts need help, not punishment,” she added. Under the centre-right coalition government’s proposal, both possession and the use of small quantities of drugs, including heroin, cocaine and cannabis, would no longer be punishable under…

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UK TO BECOME 1ST COUNTRY TO APPROVE PFIZER’S COVID-19 VACCINE: HEALTH WORKERS LIKELY TO RECEIVE VACCINE IN A WEEK

UK TO BECOME 1ST COUNTRY TO APPROVE PFIZER’S COVID-19 VACCINE: HEALTH WORKERS LIKELY TO RECEIVE VACCINE IN A WEEK

As coronavirus cases continue to rise, the UK plans to move fast in the approval process and clearance to Pfizer and BioNTech SE could come by next week.The first deliveries of their coronavirus vaccine could be made available to NHS workers in the UK later this month. The United Kingdom (UK) may become the first country to approve Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate as the companies surge ahead with their production plans before the official rollout across the world. As the coronavirus cases continue to rise, the UK plans…

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THERE IS NO NEED FOR CORONAVIRUS VACCINES: FORMER VICE PRESIDENT OF PFIZER SAYS PANDEMIC IS OVER

THERE IS NO NEED FOR CORONAVIRUS VACCINES: FORMER VICE PRESIDENT OF PFIZER SAYS PANDEMIC IS OVER

The pandemic is effectively over and can easily be handled by a properly functioning NHS. Accordingly, the country should immediately be permitted to get back to normal life, says former VP of Pfizer While Pfizer pharmaceutical had made headlines on the release of their Coronavirus vaccine, a former Vice President and Chief Scientist of the company Dr. Michael Yeadon has said that there is no need for any vaccines to bring the COVID-19 pandemic to an end. According to an article published in Lockdown Sceptics, Dr. Michael Yeadon wrote, “There is absolutely…

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After Violent Protests,New Curfew Brings Silence to Milan Streets

After Violent Protests,New Curfew Brings Silence to Milan Streets

After 11 p.m., Milan is a ghost town. The piazzas are empty, the streets dark and quiet. In this photo, A street cleaning vehicle is seen washing the square in front of the Duomo gothic cathedral, in Milan, northern Italy. (Image: AP) The silence is broken by the occasional rumble of a bus, streetcar or taxi, gliding through the night with few or no passengers. (Image: AP) Since an 11 p.m.-5 a.m. curfew took effect Thursday (October 22), people can only move around during those hours for reasons of work,…

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New coronavirus restrictions in Denmark: Here’s what you need to know

New coronavirus restrictions in Denmark: Here’s what you need to know

The restriction is one of a number of measures announced at the end of last week by Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, as the country attempts to bring escalating Covid-19 infections under control.These are the details to knowDenmark announces new coronavirus restrictions: Here’s what you need to know.From October 29th, Denmark’s face mask requirements – previously only in force on public transport and in restaurants – now apply at all public indoor places. Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced at a briefing on Friday evening a number of new restrictions in response…

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Norway Warns Against International Travel & Tightens Rules on Crowds as COVID-19 spreads

Norway Warns Against International Travel & Tightens Rules on Crowds as COVID-19 spreads

The Norwegian government has once again tightened its coronavirus measures to try and combat a rapid rise in daily positive tests for COVID-19. Gatherings in private houses are now limited to just five guests, while the maximum capacity at private events is also reduced. Norway will tighten restrictions on gatherings and foreign workers entering the country after a rise in coronavirus infections, Prime Minister Erna Solberg said on Monday. The government also recommends less socialising and removes some of the quarantine exemptions previously in place for business travelers. Amid a…

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Australia’s extreme lockdown brought coronavirus cases in its epicenter Victoria to zero.

Australia’s extreme lockdown brought coronavirus cases in its epicenter Victoria to zero.

Australia recorded zero new coronavirus cases in Victoria, the epicenter of its outbreak, on Monday and Tuesday.Victoria imposed aggressive lockdown measures in July as cases began to climb.For 111 days, Melbourne residents were only allowed to leave home for essential purposes like exercising or grocery shopping.The city also imposed fines on people who held large gatherings, traveled to and from work without a permit, and didn’t wear a mask in public.Many of those restrictions were lifted on Wednesday. At the peak of its coronavirus outbreak in late July, Australia recorded…

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New Bridesmaid’s Fashion Dress is so low – Cut that Breasts Risk Falling Out of The Dress !

New Bridesmaid’s Fashion Dress is so low – Cut that Breasts Risk Falling Out of The Dress !

Aussie fashion retailer Meshki has just debuted its newest bridal collection, but one dress is getting all the attention. A bridesmaid dress from Meshki’s new bridal range is causing controversy online The $199 ‘Daniella’ has a strappy corset-style top and a skirt with a daring split It exposes a generous glimpse of cleavage and one leg right up to the inner thigh A risqué bridesmaid dress from an Australian fashion brand has sparked debate on social media with many branding it ‘totally inappropriate’ for a wedding. The $199 ‘Daniella’, which…

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Facebook Dating Services & App may begin from February 2021 on Valentines day

Facebook Dating Services & App may begin from February 2021 on Valentines day

Facebook said it was launching its dating service in 50 European countries.Facebook Dating, the social network’s competitor to Tinder and other dating apps, launches today in Europe after a long delay from its planned Valentine’s Day debut. The dating service offers the same features in Europe as it does in the US, using the existing profile you’ve created on Facebook to find potential matches. Facebook tailors these matches with your preferences, Facebook activity, and, if you opt in, groups and events. FACEBOOK ORIGINALLY PLANNED TO LAUNCH ITS DATING SERVICE IN…

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