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Cuba Slams On COVID-19 As Contagion Toll Drops

Cuba’s President Miguel Diaz-Canel Sunday said his country went through an encouraging week in the fight against COVID-19 after the contagion toll dropped significantly. RELATED: Cuba: 20 Days Without Critically Ill Covid-19 Patients Diaz-Canel led a Temporary Working Group meeting, a task force established to prevent and control the COVID-19 pandemic. In the meeting, experts analyzed the resultsContinue reading “Cuba Slams On COVID-19 As Contagion Toll Drops”

Environment Minister Sussan Ley is in a tearing hurry to embrace nature law reform – and that’s a worry

The Morrison government on Monday released a long-awaited interim review into Australia’s federal environment law. The ten-year review found Australia’s natural environment is declining and under increasing threat. The current environmental trajectory is “unsustainable” and the law “ineffective”. The report, by businessman Graeme Samuel, called for fundamental reform of the law, know as the Environmental Protection andContinue reading “Environment Minister Sussan Ley is in a tearing hurry to embrace nature law reform – and that’s a worry”

The infamous Indian custom of Satidaha

Widow-burning in the name of sati is an expression cruelty against women in a patriarchal social structure in India which is fueled by wrong notions, superstition and greed of so-called Hindu Community. —Writes Rabi Roy On August 6, 2002, nine days before the 55th Independence Day observance, India witnessed the shocking incident of sati onceContinue reading “The infamous Indian custom of Satidaha”