Saturday, May 15, 2021
Focus on the big picture
Further 14 officers injured in Belfast and Coleraine disorder
ITV, 11 Apr 2021
In the calendar of Northern Irish history, Saturday is the 23rd anniversary of the signing of the Good Friday peace agreement. The goodwill it engendered after ...
'The Five' react to GOP claim mask announcement is to distract from crisis
FOX, 15 May 2021
Blue states are slow to adapt new mask guidance; 'The Five' weigh
Many fully vaccinated Americans left with questions on CDC mask guidance
CBS, 15 May 2021
Many Americans who are fully vaccinated still have questions after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said they no longer need to wear a face mask in most situations.
Violence between Israeli troops and Palestinian militants spreads to three fronts
AFP, 15 May 2021
Israeli forces and Palestinian militants face a widening conflict, as deadly violence erupts across the West Bank amid a massive aerial bombardment in Gaza and unprecedented unr...
See what CNN reporter spotted at bizarre election ‘audit’
CNN, 15 May 2021
CNN's Kyung Lah and crew gain access into the Republican election audit of the 2020 ballots from Arizona's largest county.
Demonstrators In Myanmar Stage Flash Mob Protest Against Military Coup
NBC, 15 May 2021
Demonstrators in Myanmar staged a flash mob protest against the military coup in the city of Yangon, quickly dispersing to minimize the risk of confrontation with security forces.
'COVID to COVID' lung transplant patient grateful
AP, 15 May 2021
The recipient of the first known COVID-to-COVID double lung transplant says he feels 'wonderful' and is grateful to be alive after getting lungs from a donor who had recovered f...
Reports migrant children kept in buses 'outrageous, ‘says WH
Reuters, 15 May 2021
The White House said reports that migrant children were being
WATCH: Georgia and Carolinas could see gas shortages for up to two weeks following pipeline attack
PBS, 15 May 2021
GasBuddy’s Patrick De Haan said that Georgia and the Carolinas — the most affected areas of the country — could see gas shortages for up to two weeks following the cyberattack o...
Canadian health officials say restrictions could be lifted when 75% are fully vaccinated | FULL
CA, 15 May 2021
In the first official glimpse of what life in Canada could be like in the months to come, the Public Health Agency of Canada released potential scenarios for the spring, summer ...
Venice opens up to tourists: Can they strike a balance?
DW, 15 May 2021
Before the pandemic, the Italian city of Venice was overrun with tourists – so much so, it was looking for ways to restrict their numbers.
Can young activists change the dialogue on Israel-Palestine? | Inside Story
Al Jazeera, 15 May 2021
Young Palestinians and some Israelis have emerged as the new face of activism against Israel's occupation of Gaza and the West Bank that began more than 50 years ago.
Israel intensifies attacks in Gaza as conflict enters fifth day
BBC, 14 May 2021
Israel has intensified its assault on Gaza, as Palestinian militants continue to fire rockets into Israel on the fifth day of hostilities.
Greece opens to tourists amid fast Covid-19 vaccination, as authorities hope ‘revenue income’
FRANCE24, 14 May 2021
Greece has kicked off its tourist season with some 40 international flights expected to arrive in the country this Friday, with the government and travel operators hoping the su...
How we'll live in 2030: Will there come a time when we never need to leave the house?
Telegraph, 14 May 2021
Our lives have changed so dramatically in the first twenty years
Corinthia London Hotel Seeing 'Huge Pent-up Demand', CEO Says
Bloomberg, 14 May 2021
May.14 -- The U.K. takes another stop closer to easing lockdown with much of the leisure sector opening next week.
How can brutal U.S. cops be held accountable?
CGTN, 14 May 2021
For a long time, it is not uncommon to see violent law enforcement by the U.S. police, especially against African Americans.
'We will not give up' | Hundreds of Nissan workers protest plant closures in Barcelona
RT, 14 May 2021
Protesters marched in Barcelona, Spain with whistles and firecrackers in a demonstration against the planned closures of car manufacturing plants.
Wild boar corner Italian woman and steal her food shopping
Guardian, 14 May 2021
A group of wild boar surrounded a woman who had just come out of a supermarket near Rome and stole her shopping, rekindling a debate about the animal's presence in Italian towns...
Schools left out of extra 'pupil premium' funds
Sky, 14 May 2021
The pupil premium payment is paid to schools for pupils who get free school meals but a change in terms has left schools in parts of England short-changed.
The black fungus nightmare facing India’s coronavirus patients
SCMP, 14 May 2021
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube India is reporting a sharp increase in the number of rare “black fungus” infections, or mucormyco...