Follow the science, they advised. The Lancet is the science. This paragon of medical science reveals that high COVID-19 vaccination rates were expected to reduce transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in populations by reducing the number of possible sources for transmission and thereby reducing the burden of COVID-19 disease. Recent data, however, indicate that the epidemiological relevance of COVID-19 vaccinated individuals is increasing.
Australian airport security guards made travellers hand over phones and passwords. Human rights activists have expressed concern over the practice, calling it a violation of privacy.
Novak Djokovic’s current home is a Melbourne hotel that serves as a detention centre for desperate asylum seekers. RT spoke to a refugee being held there to find out what life is like for the Serb and his fellow ‘guests’.
On the night of the 19th December 1981, in horrendous storm conditions, the small bulk carrier Union Star suffered engine failure east of the Wolf Rock.
At the onset of the internet, a pundit remarked that future society would be divided between the computer literate and those who failed to keep up. What was the outcome of that prediction?
The watery death of over 30 migrants in the English Channel on Wednesday has generated an extensive and heated debate about the root causes of this tragedy. The blame for the mass deaths is placed on everything ranging from immigration legislation to people smugglers.
‘I’m dreaming of a non-white Christmas.’ That’s the aim of Black Lives Matter (BLM) activists in California, who want people of all ethnicities to direct all their festive spending to black-owned companies and pull investment out of their white-owned counterparts.
Many are broken-hearted by the inhumanity of politicians, the Press, avaricious corporates who like vultures tear at the last ligaments of their bankrupted victims. In a world ruled by a lack of compassion and empathy, is often overlooked the almost fairy tale goodness not of corporate godfathers but of ordinary people doing what is today the most extraordinary things.
On November 14, 1854, during a severe storm off the coast of Balaklava, the British frigate Prince did not have time to gain a safe haven in the bay, crashed on the rocks and sank to the sea bed. Of the 150 people on board, only six survived.
MOUNT VERNON, Washington: ‘In my 14-year career, I have never seen anything like it,’ a Washington state trooper said in a tweet after a crash that folded a car in half, but the driver managed to get out with only minor injuries.