Australia set up a national inquiry Thursday into its month-long bushfire crisis that affected three in four Australians and prompted widespread criticism of the government for its sluggish response to the blazes. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the vast scale of the fires — which killed more than 30 people and destroyed thousands of … Continue reading Australia Launches National Inquiry Into Bushfires
Rev. Richard Bucci of Sacred Heart Church in West Warwick, Rhode Island, is strengthening his call to deny Communion to lawmakers who voted in favor of an abortion rights bill. In a recent interview with NBC 10, he pointed out that abortion is a much greater sin than pedophilia. Speaking to NBC 10, Rev. Richard […]
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The United States announced Wednesday an initial plan for adjusting its military presence in Africa amid concerns the country will reduce forces fighting radical jihadists on the continent. The first change will see part of one infantry unit, around 800 troops, replaced with a similar number of military trainers and advisors to support local … Continue reading US Military Begins Adjusting Presence In Africa
More than 10,000 people in villages near Vietnam’s capital were placed under quarantine Thursday after six cases of the deadly new coronavirus were discovered there, authorities said. In the first mass quarantine outside of China since the virus emerged there in late December, the Son Loi farming region about 40 kilometres (25 miles) from … Continue reading Vietnam Quarantines Area With 10,000 Residents Over Coronavirus
Dams near Sydney overflowed on Thursday after days of torrential rain, as Australia braced for more storms expected to bring dangerous flash flooding to the country’s east. Recent downpours have brought relief to areas ravaged by bushfires and drought — as well as chaos and destruction to towns and cities along the eastern seaboard. … Continue reading Dams Overflow As Australia Braces For More Floods