Starving Family Selling Baby – “I Had To Do It”

In Afghanistan the situation is getting worse and the famine is worsening. That’s why a family there sold their baby. According to a report, they received $ 500 for the child. Photo series with 10 pictures A family in Afghanistan apparently had to sell their daughter to avoid starvation. The British broadcaster BBC reported on … Read more

Anne Hidalgo challenges France’s President Macron

A woman wants to stand up to French President Emmanuel Macron: The Socialists nominated Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo for the highest office. France’s socialists have officially sent Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo into the running as a candidate for the presidential election next April. The 62-year-old was used as a candidate at a party congress in … Read more

Transport Minister: Problems with supply chains could still persist

There are also delivery problems in the United States. The demand for goods is great, but there are long backlogs in the ports. Now working hours are to be extended. According to US Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg, the current supply chain problems are likely to persist into the coming year. “Well, many of the … Read more

Fear of a third world war

In the conflict between China and the USA, Taiwan is a plaything of opposing ideologies. But that sounds more harmless than it is: the situation threatens to escalate more and more. “Taiwan could become this generation’s Czechoslovakia.” This sentence was recently featured in one of the largest English-language newspapers in Taiwan. The United States, so … Read more

At least 32 dead after the attack on the mosque in Kandahar

Another suicide attack in Afghanistan: At least 32 people were killed in several detonations in a mosque in the city of Kandahar. IS has committed itself to the attack. More than 40 people were killed in a suicide attack on a mosque in the Afghan city of Kandahar on Friday. There are at least 41 … Read more

Violent protests against new corona rules expected

From Friday, only those who have been vaccinated, recovered or tested will be allowed to work in Italy. The introduction of the “Green Pass” will affect around 23 million employees. This leads to violent protests. A comprehensive obligation to provide proof for all working people should lead to final success over Corona in Italy – … Read more

China is driving up prices

Former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder made a statement on gas prices. He assesses the situation in Germany globally and sees strong connections to China. Former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder sees the main cause of the sharp rise in gas prices in the growing demand from China. The current situation makes it clear that gas trading is becoming … Read more

Texas Governor Revokes Joe Biden’s Coronavirus Vaccination

In the fight against the corona pandemic, US President Joe Biden had specified mandatory vaccinations for certain areas. The Texas governor is now withdrawing this initiative for his state. The dispute between the US government and the governor of Texas continues: On Monday, the Texas Prime Minister Greg Abbott declared all corona vaccination obligations in … Read more

Women in Afghanistan: “We had a thousand dreams”

Many women have lived in fear since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan. Despite statements to the contrary, the Islamists are massively curtailing women’s rights. But they encounter resistance. It is an almost threatening picture: a moped gang with signs and flags driving from place to place. A robbery, one might think. But these moped … Read more

President Milos Zeman is in intensive care

After the elections in the Czech Republic, the president will play a decisive role. Incumbent Milos Zeman is an ally of the loser Andrej Babis – but now the 77-year-old is in the hospital. Czech President Milos Zeman was hospitalized shortly after the parliamentary elections in the Czech Republic. The agency CTK reported on Sunday, … Read more