September 30, 2022

Conservative Giorgia Meloni Set to Become Italy’s First Female Prime Minister

The coalition led by Giorgia Meloni’s Brothers of Italy (FdI) party won Italy’s election on Sunday, meaning the country’s first national-conservative government is set to take power. Additionally, the victory is set to make Meloni the first female prime minister in Italian history. The coalition, known as Centro Destra, is an alliance between Meloni’s Brothers of

Australian Minister Marks Victory in the Pacific (VP) Day

Australian minister has marked Victory in the Pacific (VP) Day to remind the public of the date on which victory in the pacific ended the second world war. VP (Victory in the Pacific) Day, also referred to as VJ (Victory over Japan) Day, is celebrated on Aug. 15 to commemorate Japan’s acceptance of the Allied…

Somalia Appoints al-Qaeda Offshoot’s Ex-Deputy Chief as Religion Minister

Somali Prime Minister Hamza Abdi Barre appointed Mukhtar Robow — a former deputy chief of al-Shabaab, which is a Somali branch of the international jihadist terror organization al-Qaeda — as Somalia’s new religion minister on Tuesday, Reuters reported. “After much deliberation with the president and the public, I have named cabinet ministers who have education…

EXCLUSIVE: Taiwan Foreign Minister warns of Chinese invasion | ‘The Record with Greta Van Susteren’

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe assassinated during campaign speech,

The suspect reportedly told police that he was dissatisfied with former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and wanted to kill him Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been assassinated in a shooting while giving a speech on a street in Nara in western Japan Friday morning, hospital officials confirmed hours later. Earlier Friday, Japan’s Prime […]

Report: Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Shot

Shinzo Abe, former prime minister of Japan, collapsed during a speech after gunshots were reportedly heard, according to Japanese public broadcasting agency NHK. Abe collapsed in the western Japanese city of Nara around 11:3src a.m Friday, according to NHK. A NHK correspondent reportedly heard two gunshot sounds and saw Abe fall over while bleeding from…

New Zealand’s Former COVID Response Minister Apologizes to Kiwi Journalist Barred From Entering Country

New Zealand’s former COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins has apologised to journalist Charlotte Bellis for incorrect comments made about her attempts to secure a MIQ (managed isolation and quarantine) spot during the height of lockdowns. Bellis had tried to return to New Zealand after discovering she was pregnant in Qatar, where sex outside of marriage…

Greater ‘Understanding’ of Murray Darling Basin Communities Needed As Labor Appoints New Water Minister

A liberal senator in the state of South Australia has called on newly appointed environment and water minister, Tanya Plibersek, to visit communities across the Murray Darling Basin in order to have a greater “understanding” of rural and regional communities in Australia. Speaking to Sky News host, Chris Kenny on June 2, liberal senator Anne […]

South Australian Budget to Deliver Cost of Living Relief

The South Australian (SA) Labor government’s first State Budget will deliver cost of living relief to residents most in need as rising day-to-day expenses and high inflation continue to exert pressure. However, the Opposition argues that the Budget doesn’t include enough relief for households. Delivered on Thursday, the 2022-23 Budget will benefit pensioners and other […]

‘I Don’t Have Any Information’: Fox News Reporter Presses Psaki On Biden’s New Minister Of Truth Being Biased

White House press secretary Jen Psaki claimed to have no information Thursday on the new head of the Department of Homeland Security’s Disinformation Governance Board.Fox News White House correspondent Jacqui Heinrich questioned Psaki about the board’s executive director Nina Jankowicz and concerns about her possible bias. Jankowicz, a global fellow at the Wilson Center, cast doubt on…

Costa Rica Elects Former Finance Minister as President

SAN JOSE—Former finance minister Rodrigo Chaves clinched Costa Rica’s presidency on Sunday. Chaves, a veteran former official of the World Bank, was projected to win about 52.9 percent of the vote in the run-off ballot, a preliminary tally by the electoral tribunal showed, based on returns from some 97 percent of polling stations. Rival candidate…

Ukraine War: Prime Minister says ‘Putin will fail’

Ukraine invasion: We need to ‘stay strong, united and isolate Putin’ – Latvian Prime Minister

‘Doesn’t Really Add Up’: MPs Grill Public Safety Minister on Use of Emergencies Act

MPs grilled Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino on Feb. 25 at a House committee hearing to examine the public order emergency declared by the government, with some focusing on whether the threshold had been met to call a national emergency, and others looking to find out why the Ottawa occupation lasted so long…

Watch live: Prime Minister Boris Johnson gives an update on Ukraine in the House of Commons

Australia Working With Partners on ‘Deep and Serious’ Sanctions on Russia: Foreign Minister

Australia is working with democratic allies to impose additional sanctions on Russia following President Vladimir Putin’s decision to send troops into the Ukrainian regions of Donetsk and Luhansk. “Australia has been working with like-minded partners, including the United States, UK, and Canada on what our sanctions options look like,” Foreign Minister Marise Payne told 2GB…

Northern Ireland’s First Minister to resign

Sky News Breakfast: Minister ‘doesn’t seek to defend’ PM’s ‘birthday party’

Minister urged PM to investigate claims of ‘Muslimness’

Prime Minister lays low at Chequers ahead of Sue Gray report

Strong Overnight Earthquake Shakes Western China

A strong overnight earthquake hit two provinces in Western China, causing tunnel damage that forced the high-speed rail service to suspend operations. Four people incurred minor injuries in the Menyuan county of Qinghai Province, officials told a press conference. The four have been treated and released. The magnitude 6.9 quake struck at 1:45 a.m. in…

New Mayor in Columbia, South Carolina, Takes Office After Defeating an Obama-Backed Candidate

Former Columbia, South Carolina, City Councilman Daniel Rickenmann was sworn in as the city’s new Republican-backed mayor on Jan. 4 after defeating Tameika Isaac Devine, a candidate endorsed by former President Barack Obama. Though mayoral elections in the capital city are nonpartisan, Rickenmann is affiliated with the Republican Party. In addition to receiving backing from…

COVID Associated With Hearing Loss, Tinnitus and Vertigo – New Study Confirms Link

Some viruses, such as measles, mumps and meningitis, can cause hearing difficulties, but what about SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19? In the first few months of the pandemic, a rapid systematic review of COVID-19 and hearing difficulties revealed a possible link between COVID-19 and audio-vestibular symptoms (hearing loss, tinnitus and vertigo). However, both the…

Lakers Win Fourth Straight, Beat Hawks 134–118

LeBron James led the Los Angeles Lakers (21–19) with a dominant performance over the Atlanta Hawks (17–21), at home on Friday night 134–118 for their fourth win in a row. After losing five straight, the Lakers have won five of the last six games, and four straight at home. Listed as the center for the…

FACT CHECK: Do These Pictures Show France’s Education Minister?

An image shared on Facebook purportedly shows two pictures of France’s minister of education, one of her as a child herding sheep and another of her as an adult. Verdict: Misleading The adult woman pictured in the post is Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, France’s former minister of national education, higher education and research. The child pictured is…

Vaccines Minister says ‘Plan B is working’ despite more than one million COVID cases in past week

Quebec Not Ruling Out Making COVID-19 Vaccination Compulsory: Health Minister

Quebec Health Minister Christian Dubé says it is possible that the government will make COVID-19 vaccination compulsory for Quebecers if necessary. “I would simply say today that if we have to go there, we’ll go there,” Dubé said during a press conference on Dec. 22. “Right now we’re not there.” The minister was responding to…

Prime Minister Salih Hudayar on Newsmax TV, Friday

COVID-19: Victims and relatives feel ‘betrayed’ over Prime Minister picture

Lesko Talks COVID-19 Response on One America News

Great to join One America News to discuss Coronavirus response efforts across our nation. President Trump and his …