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Equitable distribution of vaccines, equipment only way out of pandemic: WHO chief

Equitable distribution of equipment and medicines to fight COVID-19 is the only way out of the global crisis, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday, in remarks to a meeting of the advisory group making the case for investing in these tools. 

CCHR: 25-Year Career Pharmacist Presents Holistic Solutions to Mental Health

Mental Health - According to data taken from the IQVia Total Patient Tracker Database for Year 2019, extracted February 2020, 61,262 children between the ages of 0-5 years are prescribed antipsychotics in the US. The...

Italy, US armies give food assistance to communities in AMISOM liberated areas

Download logo The African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) has received seven tons of relief assistance from the Italian Contingent of the European Union Training Mission in Somalia, EUTM-S, the US Army Civil Affairs Team. The food will be distributed...

PM Modi Greets HHDalai Lama on Birthday

By   —  Shyamal Sinha Prime Minister Narendra Modi let the world know on his birthday  that he had rung Tibet’s spiritual leader the Dalai Lama to wish him a happy 86th birthday, disregarding any potential disapproval...

Shrine of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá: Pillars of main edifice completed

In addition to the pillars, the first set of folding walls has been completed, and preparations are beginning for a trellis that will span the plaza

Despite vaccinations, more than 25 percent of US churchgoers not planning in person attendance: Survey

When the novel coronavirus swept the world, many people stopped going to church in person and many started attending religious services online. But as the world gets increasingly vaccinated against COVID-19, many are in no hurry to get back into the pews despite life reverting to a new normality in many spheres.

A new Act gives athletes the right to unionize and collectively bargain over health and safety

University of Maryland football player who died at the age of 19 in June 2018 after he suffered exertional heatstroke during a team workout. Jordan McNair Foundation is working with Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) to...

New book lends artistry to trauma of Japanese internment

Were someone to create the ballet of the Japanese internment during WWII, it wouldn’t be any more meaningful than “Balancing Cultures,” the book created by Japanese American artist and photographer Jerry Takigawa, to convey...

(Video) With Presidential Election and New Laws, Iran Moves To Expand Crackdowns on Dissent

IRGC forces in an Iranian prison. #Iran Election 2020: Regime leader’s deafening chorus is fear of decisive election boycott Iranian regime’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei and Ebrahim Raisi Ebrahim Raisi, a member of the 1988 Massacre’s “Death...

Belarus: ‘Full-scale assault’ ongoing against civil society amid massive human rights violations

Belarus has witnessed an unprecedented human rights crisis over the past year, the independent expert appointed to monitor the country said on Monday, calling on authorities to immediately end their policy of repression and...

Pope Francis doing well after surgery – Vatican News

The scheduled surgery for a diverticular stenosis of the colon concluded Sunday evening.

NY lawmaker proposes income limit after Gov. Cuomo’s $5M COVID book deal

Apparently outraged by Gov. Andrew Cuomo getting paid $5.1 million to publish his coronavirus memoir amid the pandemic, a powerful New York elected official has introduced a measure that would limit the outside income...

(Video) Free Iran 2021: Need for Past Accountability is More Vital than Ever after Iran’s Presidential Election

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Supporters of Iranian resistance worldwide prepare for “The Free Iran Global Summit,” and people across Iran show their support for this annual gathering. Expatriates Planning Rally To Follow up...

Archbishop Nyaisonga re-elected president of the Tanzania Episcopal Conference. – Vatican News

The Tanzania Episcopal Conference has held elections to choose a new executive that will steer activities of the Bishops for the next three years, till June 2024.

Pope undergoes scheduled colon surgery – Vatican News

Pope Francis heads in for a schedule surgery for symptomatic diverticular stenosis of the colon.

“The Four Winds” give taste of life during the Dust Bowl | Book review

In 1921 Texas and across most of the United States, things were good! Crops were plentiful, rains were plentiful and the country was booming after World War I. Farmers were able to expand their...

Project “Playground” – Empowering young people in Ghana to build their dreams

On 2 July 2021, in Jamestown, Accra, the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Delegation of the European Union to Ghana, the Sports for Education and Economic Development (SEED)...

India’s Christians, Muslims face violent persecution from Hindu nationalists

Hindu nationalism is driving a wave of violent persecution against India's religious minorities where Muslims and Christians face "systematic persecution," condoned by the authorities, the police, and the media, new research suggests.

ECHR grants an interim measure in the case of Armenia v. Azerbaijan

On 29 September 2020, taking the view that the current situation gives rise to a risk of serious violations of the Convention, the European Court of Human Rights (sitting as a Chamber of seven...

Liechtenstein brings an Inter-State case against the Czech Republic

On 19 August 2020 the Government of Liechtenstein lodged an inter-State application against the Czech Republic under Article 33 (Inter-State cases) of the European Convention on Human Rights, alleging breaches of the rights of...
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