Previously, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon admitted that at least one percent of the coronavirus vaccine supply has been wasted amid a mass rollout.
Netanyahu's Likud party is still leading in Israeli media polls, but it is far from the magical number of 61 seats needed to form a government. To reach that goal, Netanyahu will need to use his negotiation skills and forge alliances that will help him retain his post.
On Wednesday, American stock markets were rocked by a group of small retail investors cooperating via Reddit to push GameStop company stocks to 1,700% above its previous value in just a few weeks, forcing institutional hedge fund investors to retreat due to huge financial losses.
On 6 January supporters of former US President Donald Trump broke into the US Capitol building as a joint session of Congress was certifying the results of the 14 December 2020 Electoral College vote. During the violent attack four civilians and one police officer were killed.
The newly-announced series of measures includes a close monitoring of the Internet for what is deemed to constitute hate speech and raising awareness among schoolchildren about the dangers of racism and anti-Semitism.
Ahead the 2020 presidential elections, Facebook imposed a temporary restriction on political advertising in order to “prevent misinformation”, pledging that the ban would not be extended indefinitely. The move caused controversy as many accused the social media platform of bias.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide has now surpassed 100 million, while the global death toll from the virus is over 2.1 million, according to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.
History shows that humanity has long been driven by changing skies, either by dictating what one can plant in their garden, the mood in which they might find themselves, or even where they are in their menstrual cycle. A new study now offers evidence that Earth’s only natural satellite plays a role in one’s sleeping patterns.