Covid19 North America 

The Political Purpose Of Justin Trudeau’s Agenda Of Canadian SELF-HATRED | Cultural Action Party of Canada

“Different Strokes For Different Folks” is a well-worn phrase popularized by none other than boxing champion, Muhammed Ali. Such as it is when it comes to the topic of Canada’s 23rd Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau. For example  there is CBC’s stroke, and there is CAP’s stroke. Almost every call we make happens to be antithetical to what mainstream media say about PM Trudeau. A primary example– CTV, Globe & Mail tell us that Mr. Trudeau is working hard to fight racism in Canada. CAP say Mr. Trudeau has made racism…

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Covid19 Europe 

Four families seek legal action over missing valuables from relatives who died of COVID-19 at same Valencian hospital

Four families are demanding answers over missing valuables from bereaved elderly relatives who all died from COVID-19 at the same Valencia hospital. Arturo Rocher, 80, passed away at the Doctor Peset Hospital in Valencia City on April 7 and his son still wants his belongings back – including a Cartier watch and a gold pendant. His family were able to recover some personal items a few days later at the hospital but the jewellery, which Mr. Rocher wore when he died, had disappeared. His son, Arturo Rocher Escamilla, said: “Despite…

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Covid19 North America 

Tornado touched down in central Ontario, Environment Canada confirms

Environment Canada has confirmed a tornado touched down at Sturgeon Lake in the City of Kawartha Lakes. The weather agency confirmed the tornado, which is reported to have occurred just after 3 p.m on Tuesday, after videos and pictures were submitted showing a funnel cloud over the lake, which is north of Lindsay, Ont. There were no tornado warnings issued in the area at the time. While the extent of the damage is still unclear, country singer Madison Kozak tweeted a photo saying the tornado hit her dock and destroyed…

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Africa Utilities 

Sudan warns against escalation in Nile dam dispute

Sudan has warned against escalation and urged further negotiations with Egypt and Ethiopia over the construction of a controversial dam on the Blue Nile river by Addis Ababa. Tensions are running high between the three countries after recent talks failed to produce a deal on the filling and operation of the $4.6bn Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. “We do not want escalation. Negotiations are the only solution,” Sudan’s Irrigation and Water Resources Minister Yasser Abbas told reporters on Sunday. “Signing an agreement is a prerequisite for us before filling the dam. Sudan has…

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Africa Covid19 

Post-COVID-19: Nigeria Needs to Design and Improve its Current Business Continuity Strategy – Abdullahi Haske

Abdullahi Bashir Haske is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of AA&R Investments, an indigenous oil exploration company. In this interview, he highlighted how the oil and Gas has faires and how it would survive and importance of creating an enabling environment for the non-oil sector to thrive. Excerpts: • How would you access the oil and gas industry in the heat of global crude oil prices crises? Normally when there is price crash of crude, investments in the oil and gas sector will be affected especially the capital projects.…

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