AfD official said migrants ‘could be shot or gassed’ German media reports

Christian Lueth An official from the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party has been fired after he was reportedly caught saying migrants coming to the country “could still be shot later on...or gassed."Egypt’s fight to preserve coral reefs in the Red Sea On Monday the party confirmed Christian Lueth’s contract had been terminated. Lueth was … Continue reading AfD official said migrants ‘could be shot or gassed’ German media reports

The Archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael

“Truly, truly, I say to you, you will see heaven opened, and the angels of God ascending and descending upon the Son of man.” (John 1:51) The existence of angels is a fact not easily comprehended by human reasoning. Angels form part of what St. Paul talks about when he said: “What no eye has … Continue reading The Archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael

Who Is The Dumbest: Buhari Or Osinbajo?

By Bayo Oluwasanmi Osinbajo should have insisted and prevailed on the illiterate and primitive dictator that the constitution grants Nigerians the right to protest, to demonstrate, scrutinise, and criticise Buhari. That laws and court decisions are to be obeyed by Buhari. That Buhari is not above the law and has no power to hold Nigerians … Continue reading Who Is The Dumbest: Buhari Or Osinbajo?

European Union’s proposed new migration pact generates dissatisfaction on all sides 

The EU’s proposed new pact on migration has generated dissatisfaction on all sides of the debate. In frontier nations, there’s worry over the administrative burden that may fall on their shoulders. Those involved in rescue missions in the Mediterranean complain that there are no new funds being planned to patrol the sea and save lives. … Continue reading European Union’s proposed new migration pact generates dissatisfaction on all sides 

Lockdowns ‘cannot be sustained’: New study identifies five criteria for long-term COVID response 

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Wednesday another two-week nationwide. What lessons can we learn from easing COVID-19 restrictions?null As the COVID-19 pandemic death toll is now approaching the 1,000,000 fatalities, a new study published by the Lancet has focussed on the restrictions imposed by nine high-income countries (Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, … Continue reading Lockdowns ‘cannot be sustained’: New study identifies five criteria for long-term COVID response 

COVID-19: nearly one million people globally have died  

The number of people who have died globally as a result of COVID-19 has nearly reached the one million mark, a grim milestone that comes just nine months after the disease first emerged in Wuhan, China. Preventing another million from dying from the virus will only be possible if countries use all the tools available, … Continue reading COVID-19: nearly one million people globally have died