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COVID-19 Vaccination Day - Bermuda's Seniors get Vaccinated
Dr. Robert Gibbons and Horace Rollins are among the first of Bermuda’s seniors to get the COVID-19 Vaccine.
OLYMPICS-2020 / WHO: IOC plans to vaccinate every Olympic athlete to save Tokyo games
The International Olympic Committee is working with the World Health Organization to get all athletes vaccinated in a bid to save the Tokyo Games, The Telegraph reported on Friday.
The EU should stop ignoring the vaccine race and try and win it, or at list let the pharma companies and politicians make more money from the opportunity
The faster people are jabbed, the fewer will die, and this is not working - at list it makes many people super rich but also allow the public to get back to so normality.
PM talks to Biden in first call since inauguration
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has spoken to Joe Biden for the first time since the new US president was inaugurated.
Canada massively violates human rights during the pandemic
Canada deported thousands of people even as COVID-19 raged last year, data seen by Reuters shows, and lawyers say deportations are ramping up, putting people needlessly at risk ...
Biden says "I don't know what Im signing." Signs anyways
Viral video where Biden literally says "I dont know what Im signing..." then signs it anyways. This old man is just signing orders written for him by the Obama faction. Sad to...
A Pint-Sized Houseboat Provides a Peaceful Refuge for a Budapest Couple
Two city-dwellers find respite aboard a 65-square-foot floating home on Eastern Hungary’s Lake Tisza.
CNN host Larry King dead at 87
News of King’s death was posted on his Twitter account Saturday in a statement from Ora Media, his digital TV network.
Privacy-focused Facebook competitor MeWe says it's gained more than 2 million users in the past week
Alt-right fringe groups have flocked to alternative social networks as Facebook and Twitter clamp down on hate speech and false election fraud claims.
Huawei founder sees decentralised control as a way to beat US sanctions
A newly published speech that Ren Zhenfei gave in June reveals the Huawei CEO’s thinking on strategies for surviving US sanctions.
Inside Biden’s Oval Office: no more Trump ‘Diet Coke button’
All presidents tweak the Oval Office decor at the start of their terms to reflect their personal tastes and to telegraph broader messages to the public.
Macron rules out official apology for the French crimes against humanity in Algeria
President, who once acknowledged French colonisation as a ‘crime against humanity’, rules out formal apologies to escape accountability and reparation.
A mental treatment is missing: AOC did not attend inauguration because she doesn't feel ‘safe’ around House colleagues, calls to ‘expel’ Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-New York) was a noticeable no-show at Joe Biden’s inauguration and she’s now claiming part of the reason was “very real security concerns” from ...
Bill Gates receives Covid-19 vaccine two days after Biden sworn in despite questioning if FDA can be trusted with jab under Trump
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has received his first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine after putting millions into development and distribution, but most used the moment to bring up n...
Cristóbal Balenciaga's Signature Looks
With skilled craftsmanship and bold designs, Cristóbal Balenciaga shaped modern fashion by introducing signature looks and silhouettes.
Big Brother meets Big Tech: Memo reveals military spies can just BUY personal data with tax money – no need for warrant
Using smartphone information bought from data brokers enabled the US Defense Intelligence Agency to spy on people without a warrant, including some Americans, the DIA admitted i...
Facebook thought police shuts down major left wing group in Britain
Facebook has shut down the accounts of one of the biggest left wing organisations in Britain, the Socialist Workers Party (SWP). The Socialist Workers Party Facebook page – as w...
Nearly 200 National Guardsmen sent to Washington contract Coronavirus
Nearly 200 members of the National Guard deployed to Washington in the days leading up to Wednesday’s presidential inauguration have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, a...
No money no honey: Pfizer cuts vaccine deliveries by as much as half to some EU countries
Pfizer has slashed in half the volume of COVID-19 vaccines it will deliver to some EU countries this week, government officials said on Thursday, as frustration over the U.S. dr...
"We Don't Respond To Threats": Australian PM Over Google's Cyber-Sunctions Warning
Google threatened to disable its search engine in Australia if it's forced to pay locals for the content they steal from them to and profit from, a dramatic escalation of a mont...
The Hate Overcome the unity: Donald Trump Impeachment Trial To Begin "Week Of February 8": Top Democrat
What Democrats do it TALKING about unity but what they DOING is dividing USA even more. Donald Trump's US Senate trial will begin in the second week of February, days after a fr...
No new COVID-19 cases reported in Bermuda, 22 January 2021
There were 601 test results received by the Ministry of Health since the last update, and none were positive for COVID-19.
Bermuda Immigration Announce New Visitor Guidelines
Today the Department of Immigration provided new guidelines for visitor extensions.
Behr's 2021 Color Palette Has All the Tranquil Shades You Need for a Peaceful Year
These paint colors are all about comfort.
The Scent of Skin is 2021's New Fragrance Trend
Fragrance has always been a way to add allure to one’s presence, and the latest scent trend to emerge is perfume that captures the seemingly invisible yet distinct notes of skin.
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