As most readers will have heard, the famed Notre-Dame de Paris, one of the most splendid examples of French gothic architecture and an icon of European cultural heritage, was severely damaged by fire on Monday of this week.
I don’t share the interest many have in the reported mass shootings. However, there are wider issues associated with the shootings, and I do find these issues interesting. For example, mass shootings are a relatively new occurrence.
The Turkish tanker El Hiblu-1 captured by illegal migrants off the coast of Libya, who had “saved” more than a hundred “refugees” from a sinking vessel before it, arrived in Malta.
Last week, another scandalous lawsuit against the biotech company Bayer on the case of the impact of the most popular herbicide in the world - Roundup - on the health of those who use it in its work, has been submitted to the US federal court.
New Zealand, known in the world for its magnificent fleece, formidable Maori natives, earthquakes, immaculate ecology, the emancipation of women, a quiet and secure life far from global problems and cataclysms, is in the spotlight of monstrous vio
The killing of at least 49 Muslims and injuring many in two mosques when people had assembled in Christchurch, New Zealand, to offer their Friday prayers is a deeply shocking event.
One must question ‘society’ and ‘our standards’ when becoming a victim is the new hip cool thing.
European citizens who wish to join the armed struggle in Syria, along with mercenaries, cannot be prosecuted for espionage and high treason to the extent that they deserve.
Wherever you are on the political spectrum, this essay is likely to offend you. The “left” will hate my uncompromising views on private property.