Top 10 World News: Multiple Executives Accused Daily Under China Security Law, First Color Judge For Canadian SC & More

Top 10 World News: Multiple Executives Accused Daily Under China Security Law, First Color Judge For Canadian SC & More


Just a day after the British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab accused China of using its security laws to “address dissenting voices”, the managing director and editor-in-chief, Two of the five ple Daily tabloid executives arrested have been charged under authoritarian law. Due to a dramatic increase in the number of coronavirus cases due to the new Delta strain Of Russia Quote Moscow closed European football championship Fan zone and prohibited gatherings of more than 1,000 people. The United Kingdom also suffers from the onslaught of Delta trunk of COVID-19, and according to a new study, a correlation was found between the growing strain and the doubling of the number of patients infected with the coronavirus every 11 days in. discovered England.

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Just a day after the British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab accused China of using its security laws to “address dissenting voices”, the managing director and editor-in-chief, Two of the five ple Daily tabloid executives arrested have been charged under authoritarian law. Due to a dramatic increase in the number of coronavirus cases due to the new Delta strain Of Russia Quote Moscow closed European football championship Fan zone and prohibited gatherings of more than 1,000 people. The United Kingdom also suffers from the onslaught of Delta trunk of COVID-19, and according to a new study, a correlation was found between the growing strain and the doubling of the number of patients infected with the coronavirus every 11 days in. discovered England.

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“We have to move on”: Two Daily executives are indicted in Hong Kong under China’s security law

One day after the Hong Kong government crackdown on its offices, the pro-democracy tabloid Daily made it to the stands with an oversized circulation and a distinctive message of defiance that read: “We must move on.”

The delta variant accounts for almost 90% of coronavirus cases, confirms the Moscow mayor

After over 17,000 cases were reported in one day, the Russian capital Moscow closed its fan zone for the European Football Championship and banned gatherings of more than 1,000 people due to a surge in COVID-19 cases.

Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau appoints the first colored judge on the Supreme Court

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau nominated Mahmud Jamal for the country’s Supreme Court, making him the first colored judge in 146 years of the institution’s existence.

COVID-19 infections are increasing exponentially in England, doubling every 11 days

The UK crossed 10,000 for the first time since late February on Thursday, registering 11,007 new daily coronavirus infections on Thursday, and according to a new study, the number of patients infected with the coronavirus in England is doubling every 11 days.

Court orders AstraZeneca to supply fewer vaccines than EU demand

A court in Belgium has ordered pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca to deliver 50 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to members of the European Union (EU) by September 27, less than requested by the EU.

The US Supreme Court supports the Catholic agency in cases of gay rights and foster families

As a backlash to homosexual rights, the US Supreme Court unanimously ruled that a Catholic social service in Philadelphia could defy city rules and refuse to work with same-sex couples seeking foster care.

France criticizes Russia’s “takeover” in Central Africa

France accuses Russia of “taking power” efforts in the Central African Republic (CAR) and admits that the Central African Republic’s cooperation with Russian “mercenaries” has caused Paris to reduce its military support.

Become a developing country: Nepal has achieved the status of a least developed country in the UN

Based on a recommendation by the United Nations Development Policy Committee (UN CDP), Nepal has qualified to graduate from a Least Developed Country (LDC) without meeting the gross national income (GNI) per inhabitant criterion.

Juneteenth: The African American Community’s Struggle for Their Rights

Juneteenth, also known as Emancipation Day, is celebrated annually on June 19 to commemorate the day the Confederate States surrendered in 1865 to end the civil war and inform African Americans of their long-overdue freedom.

“Sangorians” take a page from an insurgent playbook fighting the Taliban

Discover the story of the Sangorians, named after a Turkish opera, they number former Taliban insurgents among their ranks and dress like their enemies, but the seedy militiamen of the “Sangorians” are among the fiercest forces on the Afghan battlefield.

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