Chinese parents protest a health scandal in the country after children were injected with faulty vaccines
The New York Times reports that more than two dozen Chinese parents, shouting phrases including “Justice for the victims,” gathered outside a government building in … Read more
UK: More than half of 18 to 34 year olds feel that reality TV and social media have a negative effect on how they see their bodies
BBC: More than half of 18 to 34-year-olds feel that reality TV and social media have a negative effect on how they see their bodies, … Read more
The Daily Mail: the suicide bomber who killed 22 people during Ariana Grande’s concert at Manchester Arena in 2017 was rescued by the Navy from … Read more
TGCOM – SKYTG Nicola Fratoianni, a member of Liberi and Uguali the Ace 28, a support vessel to an oil rig, was involved in … Read more
On this day, in 1932, the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (NSDAP) commonly referred to in English as the Nazi Party garnered 37.2% of the … Read more
Donald Trump has said he would “certainly meet” Iranian president Hassan Rouhani without preconditions, a move that was later rejected by Trump’s own administration and … Read more
The FT reports that the EU’s chief negotiator has softened his opposition to Theresa May’s post-Brexit plan for London’s financial services industry after UK negotiators … Read more
Politico / AP / Reuters / New York Times / Euronews / TGCOM / ANSA: Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and US President Donald Trump … Read more
The Guardian: Animal rights activists in Italy have called for tougher penalties against animal cruelty after a rescue dog that saved people in a major … Read more
‘Maltese’ companies spend £21 million to sponsor 4 British Premier League teams as a group of ‘Maltese’ entrepreneurs eye Italian club Cesena
According to a report on the Mail on Sunday, four English Premier League teams are being sponsored by Maltese companies.
Westham is being sponsored … Read more
Ryanair’s German pilots have voted for industrial action, joining several of the airline’s other unions across Europe, as a summer of strikes looks set to … Read more
Bill Cosby’s lawyers challenging the legality of the process regards classification of former actor as ‘sexually violent predator’.
AP reports that Bill Cosby’s lawyers are challenging the legality of the process under which a Pennsylvania board recommended he be classified as a sexually … Read more
Something got broken as make-do cardboard casts are used in Italian hospital as it runs short of plaster
Corriere Della Sera: The hospital in Reggio Calabria, Italy resorted to an unusual alternative to orthopaedic casts as the emergency service was running short of … Read more
AIPS Media : Shortly before the World Cup kicked off in Russia sports journalists covering the FIFA ‘beat’ began receiving a stream of virulent PR … Read more
Lawyers in Serbia will suspend work for a week starting on Monday because of the murder of their colleague Dragoslav Miso Ognjanovic.
The Bar Associations … Read more
The Guardian reports that UK negotiators have told their counterparts in Brussels that about 7,000 European-based investment funds that rely on British clients for their … Read more
The History Channel: Fifty-two years on from England’s greatest footballing triumph, we look back at the day that secured Geoff Hurst and the 1966 England … Read more
ANSA: Italian athlete Daisy Osakue said Monday she was attacked at Moncalieri, near Turin, overnight because she is black.
Osakue, who holds the Italian under-23 … Read more
CNN: Donald Trump is giving Americans a glimpse of the fury raging inside him as a pivotal moment nears for special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia … Read more