The decision to delay certification of the Russia-to-Germany gas pipeline comes amid rising political tensions between the West and Russia. From: New York Times
Pressure mounts on the military to restore civilian rule as international bodies respond. from: BBC News
from: BBC News The climate protest group has blocked motorways and roads in the London area in the last five weeks.
from: BBC News It comes as the Petrol Retailers Association warns that up to two-thirds of its members are out of fuel.
The country has made Covid-19 vaccination mandatory for all healthcare and care home workers. from: BBC News
Conakry – The leaders of the Economic Community of West African States suspended Guinea from their regional organization after the military coup on Sunday, September 5 , but they abstained from economic measures pending the sending of a diplomatic mission. “The Conference expresses its deep concern for the political developments that have taken place in… Leggi tutto »
The social media site says 22 fan accounts have been suspended for “irrational celebrity support”.
Weibo accused one account devoted to a BTS member of illegal fund-raising amid a crackdown on 22 pages. From: New York Times
About 1.63 million vials are withheld after ‘foreign objects’ were detected in some doses. from: BBC News
The platform had sparked controversy when it revealed plans to ban sex workers from its platform.
from: BBC News The move follows the Taliban’s takeover, and lack of global agreement over who now governs Afghanistan.
More than 4,000 employees have called for the e-commerce titan to take the allegations seriously. From: New York Times
The deputy commissioner is indicted in the US for allegedly taking a bribe from an influencer. from: BBC News
Tunis – The decision of Tunisian President Kaïs Saïed to suspend the legislature and assume full powers “was welcomed with relief by the majority of the population, exhausted by a situation that seemed to have no way out”. This was reported by Archbishop Ilario Antoniazzi, at the head of the archdiocese of Tunis, in a… Leggi tutto »
The moves by President Kais Saied to take control of the country were seen as a threat to the only democracy to emerge from the Arab Spring protests. His opponents called it a “coup.” From: New York Times
The “travel bubble” is paused for at least eight weeks amid rising Covid cases in Australia, where an outbreak in New South Wales has been declared a national emergency. From: New York Times