from: BBC News Texo Johnson becomes the latest man to have his conviction overturned by the Court of Appeal.
from: BBC News The refusal raises questions over whether attempts were made to remove him from the UK.
from: BBC News Saiqa Parveen put off getting the vaccine until after the birth of her child, her family says.
Amman – The bloody attacks on places of worship that host communities of faith gathered in prayer or while taking part in ritual acts, represent the “summit” of justified atrocities and violence by bringing up “religious” issues. Faced with the continuing of these phenomena, it is necessary to encourage the creation of an interreligious and… Leggi tutto »
A group of children gave chocolates to her after she apologised for not having treats to give them.
The outcome is not expected to be known for weeks, but the hearing was the latest step in a continuing attempt to extradite the WikiLeaks founder to the U.S. to face espionage charges. From: New York Times
They meet 10 volunteer collectors for the Royal British Legion at a Clarence House event.
Lawyers for the US say a judge who blocked Julian Assange’s extradition was misled by a psychiatrist. from: BBC News
The US begins its appeal in order to extradite the WikiLeaks founder. We explain how we got here.
Tegucigalpa – We ask the people “to overcome the feelings of indifference, apathy and skepticism that have caused been by our poor government system and its institutions, which result in abstention”, reads an appeal by the Bishops’ Conference of Honduras with a view to the parliamentary elections on November 28th. The bishops address “an urgent… Leggi tutto »
Former interpreters fear for their lives after the UK blocks their evacuation on security grounds. from: BBC News
Baghdad – While Iraqi citizens are preparing to go to the polls to elect the 329 members of the new Parliament, the Chaldean Patriarchate joins its voice to that of the Grand Ayatollah Ali al Sistani, who previously underlined the urgency and the opportunity to honor the electoral appointment on the agenda for Sunday, October… Leggi tutto »
Islamabad – “We Church in Pakistan express our feelings of joy for the Synod announced by the Pope in 2023. As Bishops of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Pakistan we invite all the faithful to participate in the synodal journey of consultation with zeal and dedication. In order for there to be true communion within… Leggi tutto »
from: BBC News A 38-year-old is arrested in Lewisham as police release a CCTV image of a man they are searching for.
Nairobi – “The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted nolmacy globally and locally, exposing families to extreme pressures and straining their capacity to sustain themselves” declared the Apostolic Administrator of Archdiocese of Nairobi, Msgr. David Kamau addressing his appeal to parishes, religious communities, institutions and people of good will to offer “humanitarian assistance to vulnerable families who… Leggi tutto »
Erin O’Toole, leader of the Conservative Party in Canada, during a campaign event on Friday. From: New York Times
Banned athletics coach Alberto Salazar’s four-year suspension is upheld by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas). from: BBC News
Pascal Struijk will serve a three-match ban after Leeds United lose their appeal against his red card for a tackle on Harvey Elliott in the defeat to Liverpool. from: BBC News
Zhou Xiaoxuan, a former television intern, became a leading voice in the movement after accusing a star presenter of assault. From: New York Times
New York – Myanmar’s military rulers have agreed to an “Association of Southeast Asian Nations” call for a ceasefire until the end of 2021. The truce will serve to ensure distribution of humanitarian aid in the nation, torn apart by civil conflict. ASEAN has specified that this is not a political ceasefire. This is a… Leggi tutto »