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YouTube suspends far right OANN for false ‘COVID-cure’ broadcasts

YouTube stopped One America News Network, one of US President Donald Trump’s favored channels, from posting new videos for a week for falsely claiming Covid-19 has a cure, the social media network said Tuesday. The popular Google-owned site also temporarily stopped OAN from making money from content already online, spokesperson Ivy Choi said. “After careful […]...Read More

This country will ban all petrol and diesel vehicles from

The United Kingdom has decided to ban all gasoline and diesel vehicles in its country from 2030. This means that after 2030, vehicles that only use fossil fuels (such as gasoline and diesel) will no longer be sold and allowed to travel. Hybrid vehicles that use both electric and gasoline/diesel hybrid power will be allowed […]...Read More

Strict nay to New Year, Xmas gatherings warns UAE

As we sprint into the year-end celebrations, ordinarily teeming with UAE’s biggest and brashest round of festivities, the global pandemic once again rears its masked head to keep the masses in line with the government calling on people to adhere to precautions. The National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) released a set of […]...Read More

Pak PM warns Facebook of ‘hate against Islam’, calls for

Pakistan’s prime minister has written a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg seeking a ban on Islamophobic content on the site, warning of an increase in radicalisation amongst Muslims, the government said on Sunday. In the letter, shared by the Pakistani government on Twitter, Imran Khan said that “growing Islamophobia” is encouraging extremism and violence […]...Read More

Red Cross unleashes grim imagery, urges ‘ban on nuclear’

“A piece of good news from 2020: we’ve banned the bomb!” the International Committee of Red Cross tweeted on Sunday. “Yesterday the 50th State ratified the treaty to ban nuclear weapons,” alluding to Honduras who, on Saturday, signed the international treaty to ban nuclear weaponry, carrying the move forward. “They must never be used again,” […]...Read More

50 nations sign ‘ban on nuclear’, historic call set to

Honduras became the 50th country to ratify the international treaty banning nuclear weapons, a UN official said Saturday, allowing for the historic call to enter into force after 90 days. While nuclear-armed powers have not signed up to the treaty, activists who have pushed for its enactment hold out hope that it will nonetheless prove […]...Read More