Africa: WHO Chief Warns Against Misinformation Over Global Pandemic Accord

The head of the UN World Health Organization on Thursday spoke out forcefully against “misinformation on social media and in the mainstream media” which has falsely alleged that a new global pandemic accord being negotiated, would allow the WHO to override national sovereignty relating to a future outbreak. Briefing correspondents in Geneva at his regular … Read more

Казахстан ограничит параллельный импорт в Россию — Meduza

В Казахстане с 1 апреля должна заработать система, в онлайн-режиме отслеживающая всю цепочку перемещения товаров от границы к границе, чтобы не допустить обхода наложенных на Россию санкций, пишет Financial Times со ссылкой на высокопоставленные источники. «Мы понимаем все риски вторичных санкций, поэтому внимательно следим за нашей взаимной торговлей со всеми партнерами», — сказал чиновник, добавив, что Казахстан «постоянно работает над снижением рисков» параллельного импорта. После того, как на Россию из-за … Read more

‘Succession’ Has A Dark Obsession With Food

“Will there be nibbles at this event? I was expecting nibbles,” asks Roman Roy (Kieran Culkin) in the second season of “Succession,” before an event honoring patriarch Logan Roy’s (Brian Cox) 50 years at the helm of his media conglomerate Waystar Royco. On “Succession,” food is everywhere. Even the show’s documentary-style cameras often hover around … Read more

ICRC vehicles move freely along Azerbaijan’s Lachin-Khankendi road (PHOTO)

ICRC vehicles move freely along Azerbaijan

SHUSHA, Azerbaijan, March 24. Seven cars and one truck of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) have driven along Azerbaijan’s Lachin-Khankendi road, passing near Shusha, without any issues, Trend reports from the scene. This once again proves that humanitarian vehicles can pass freely through the peaceful protest area, there are no obstacles for … Read more

It’s Time To Rethink Myanmar’s Ethnic Armed Organizations – The Diplomat

Myanmar’s NUG Rebel Government Needs Money

Advertisement As Myanmar’s armed resistance against the February 2021 coup enters its second year, calls for ethnic armed organizations (EAOs), sometimes known as ethnic revolutionary organizations, to unite and bolster ties with the resistance movement are growing louder. This sentiment resonates not only among international observers but has also been expressed by the opposition National … Read more

Bakhmut: Ukraine eyes an offensive, as Russian momentum stalls

CNN  —  Russian forces are depleted in Bakhmut and a Ukrainian counter-offensive could soon be launched, one of Kyiv’s top generals has said, raising the prospect of an unlikely turnaround in the besieged city. Oleksandr Syrskyi, the commander of Ukraine’s land forces, said on his Telegram channel Thursday that “[Russians] are losing significant forces [in … Read more

Oil falls as US holds off refilling strategic reserve

Oil prices extended losses on Friday on worries about a potential oversupply after U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said refilling the country’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) may take several years, Trend reports with reference to Reuters. Brent crude fell 24 cents, or 0.32%, to $75.67 a barrel by 0412 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate … Read more

LAURA INGRAHAM: The Biden admin is selling out its own country to China

Laura Ingraham warns about the dangers of TikTok and how President Biden’s administration is doing nothing to halt Americans’ data collection by the Chinese Communist Party on “The Ingraham Angle.” JOE ROGAN SLAMS TIKTOK: ‘IT ENDS WITH CHINA HAVING ALL OF YOUR DATA’ LAURA INGRAHAM: Why hasn’t Biden reversed course? First, because China owns Biden. … Read more