Flights of Afghan refugees to the US were paused Friday after four cases of measles were discovered among Afghans who had recently arrived in the country. The White House said the halt was recommended by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention after the four measles cases were diagnosed. NEWS TALKContinue Reading

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As the COVID lockdown continues in Australia, South Australia is using a new cell app with facial recognition and geolocation to enforce home quarantine during the Covid-19 pandemic. Officials claim they are using a government-developed app to enforce home quarantine compliance for a small cohort of returning interstate travelers. UsersContinue Reading

With the pretext of “Global warming sceptics should be hiding in corners. But still some defend the indefensible,” Nick Cohen’s new post is titled “Climate change deniers are as slippery as those who justified the slave trade.” Cohen begins that “None seems as defeated as the global warming ‘deniers’ whoContinue Reading

The Taliban came under fire Wednesday after the announced interim Afghanistan government was neither “inclusive” nor “representative” of the country’s ethnic and religious diversity. “It does not look like the inclusive and representative formation of Afghanistan’s rich ethnic and religious diversity that we had hoped to see and that theContinue Reading

Sydney-born inventor Saul Griffith explained how Australia can rapidly solve climate change, get to zero emissions during an interview with ABC. The price tag: $1 trillion. His message is simple: “electrify everything”. “If I had to choose the country for whom electrifying everything is the best economic win in the shortestContinue Reading

Australian government has passed a sweeping surveillance bill, accused of adding provisions which “allows the police to hack your device, collect or delete your data, and take over your social media accounts; without sufficient safeguards to prevent abuse of these new powers.” NEWS TALK SHOW TOPIC – VIDEO BELOW The Surveillance LegislationContinue Reading

The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department announced the arrest of 25-year-old Hirotaka Hanamori for allegedly throwing sulfuric acid at another man and seriously injuring him at the Shirokane-takanawa Station on the Tokyo Metro Nanboku Line in Minato-ku, Tokyo. The victim, a 22-year-old man,  was apparently a student at Ryukyu University inContinue Reading

Commander of U.S. Central Command Gen. Frank McKenzie announced Thursday night local time that 12 U.S. service members were killed and 15 were wounded in attacks led by two suicide bombers and gunmen outside the Kabul International Airport and a nearby hotel earlier in the day. On Wednesday, the U.S. embassy atContinue Reading

In a report shared with Voice of the Persecuted, Shagufta Kiran, a Christian woman from Islamabad, has been accused of blasphemy for simply forwarding a message. Shagufta was arrested on July 29 by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and still in their custody under investigation. Shagufta’s husband, Rafique Maish, told theContinue Reading

The world watches and wonders what just happened in Afghanistan. But more so, we are asking, what’s next? And can anything be done to salvage something from the trillion dollars spent and thousands of lives lost? Alex Snitker joins NEWS TALK to discuss the crisis, the fallout across the Middle EastContinue Reading

At least 51 people were killed by Islamic militants on Sunday during village raids in Mali, said a district administrator. “Houses were ransacked and burned to the ground and herds of livestock carried away, said the administrator’s note, which was seen by Reuters.” According to the Daily Sun, the villages ransacked included Karou,Continue Reading

Australia’s military patrols Sydney, lockdowns spread across Brisbane and the highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus has resulted in 305 new cases and 5 dead. Worldometers reported the most recent data from down under which included Chief Health Officer update: Victoria recorded 6 new COVID cases on 27,279 tests,Continue Reading

More than 1800 adolescents between 12 and 17 years old have already been vaccinated against COVID-19 in Madeira, according to the regional health authority. “We want to prioritize and want to speed up the vaccination process in this age group and vaccinate adolescents and young people as quickly as possible,”Continue Reading

A number of churches in the Canada and the United States have been vandalized by criminals, some of whom claim to be acting in response to recent revelations around the horrifying mistreatment of indigenous children in Canada at the hands of mostly Catholic-run schools. Officials are still investigating the incidents.Continue Reading

In the early hours of July 5, 2021, gunmen invaded Bethel Baptist High School, Damishi, in Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State, Nigeria, and kidnapped an estimated 153 students. As of today, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the kidnappers have released 32 of the students, 28Continue Reading