Queen Elizabeth is saying another difficult goodbye. Sir Michael Oswald, the Queen’s close friend and longtime horse racing advisor, died at the age of 86 on Saturday, the same day that Prince Philip was laid to rest at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Oswald became manager of the Royal Studs in 1970 and remained in the role for 28 years, in addition to acting … Continue reading Queen Elizabeth’s Close Friend and Racing Advisor Dies on Day of Prince Philip’s Funeral
Swedes under the age of 65 who received a single dose of Astrazeneka coronavirus vaccine will receive a second dose of the vaccine from another manufacturer, the Swedish Health Agency announced today. “People under the age of 65, who have already received a dose of ‘vaccine’ (which is the new name for the ‘Astrazeneca’ vaccine), should be offered a second dose of another so-called mRNA … Continue reading Sweden: Instead of “Astrazeneca”, another vaccine as a second dose !!
An autonomous train line without a driver and crew has started operating in China. The line is open in Chongqing and is 15.4 km long. According to Sky Shuttle, the train is more advanced than conventional urban transportation solutions, has lower construction costs and is faster to build, and is very well integrated with the natural environment.Passengers can board the new train using travel tickets … Continue reading A train-free train is launched in China!!
China and the United States have agreed that a plan to fight climate change should be presented ahead of a new round of international talks later this year, the two countries said in a joint statement today. The joint statement came after a meeting in Shanghai between Chinese climate lawmaker Xi Zhenhua and his US counterpart John Kerry on Thursday and Friday, the Chinese Environment … Continue reading US AND CHINA TO JOIN AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
Until recently, the world’s largest glacier, the A68, no longer had that status. The A68 covered an area of approximately 6,000 square kilometers when it separated from Antarctica in 2017 and was the size of Wales. But now satellite imagery shows that the massive glacier is no more, that is, it has been broken into smaller parts that the US National Ice Data Center says … Continue reading The world’s largest glacier has disappeared: the A68 covered an area of almost 6,000 square kilometers
Eleven people were killed and 98 others injured in a train crash 40km north of the Egyptian capital Cairo on Sunday, the health ministry said Sunday night. The train departs from Cairo for the city of Mansura which lies on the banks of the Nile. The four wagons derailed at 13.54 local time, the Egyptian National Railways said. The cause of the accident is being … Continue reading Eleven dead and 98 injured in a train crash in Egypt
Iran is now enriching uranium at 60%, close to military grade.The decision to increase enrichment comes after an explosion at a nuclear site in Natanz. Iran has blamed Israel for the attack.Talks aimed at reviving the nuclear deal between Iran, the U.S. and other powers were held in Vienna this week.Israel is not a party to the talks, but is watching them closely and has … Continue reading Israeli general who helped destroy Iraq, Syria nuclear plants says stopping Iran’s program is much harder
His family gathered at St. George’s Chapel in London eight days after the duke died April 9 at age 99. Because COVID-19 restrictions, there were just 30 mourners at the ceremony and masks were required. After the services, Prince Philip’s coffin was taken to the royal vault, which lies beneath the chapel and houses the remains of King George III, who died in 1820, King … Continue reading Prince Philip laid to rest in Royal Vault but it’s not his final destination. Here’s why.
Britain’s Prince Philip, who died April 9 at the age of 99, was laid to rest in the Royal Vault at Windsor Castle on Saturday after a funeral service steeped in military and royal tradition. Continue reading Photos of the funeral of Prince Philip at England’s Windsor Castle
The question of whether Belgrade, as a neutral ground, could host a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden, has been raised by Russian media. “If you are looking for a neutral country for these negotiations, Serbia seems to be the most desirable option,” they said. Although Belgrade did not run for the role, as the media notes, they do not … Continue reading Belgrade could host the Biden-Putin summit