Category: International News

  • Insulate Britain are BACK: Eco-protestors bring M25 to a halt | Daily Mail Online

    Insulate Britain are BACK: Eco-protestors bring M25 to a halt | Daily Mail Online

    40 activists cause more misery for drivers in protest at M25 junction 31 near Thurrock in Essex today Motorists get out of cars and drag protesters off road while mother taking son to school shouts at them Police arrest 16 people on M25 but are criticised for slower response to arrest 19 at nearby industrial estate Group says it is 13th time its activists have caused disruption on motorways or A roads in past four weeks ** Were you caught up in the Insulate Britain protests today? Please email: tips@dailymail.com **

  • EXCLUSIVE: Here Is One Action the U.S. Can Take Now to Deter a Chinese Invasion of Taiwan

    EXCLUSIVE: Here Is One Action the U.S. Can Take Now to Deter a Chinese Invasion of Taiwan

    According to the official website of the U.S. military health system, humanitarian assistance and disaster response (HADR) are core capabilities of the Department of Defense, which has quickly deployed relief personnel and resources to all corners of the globe: In Operation Tomodochi, after the Japanese earthquake and tsunami in 2011—U.S. forces were instrumental in delivering food, water, blankets, clothing, and medical supplies to support Japanese civilian and military partners. During Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, Service Members were on the ground working with the Philippine military to provide essential medical treatment and supplies. During the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, Service Members were involved in constructing treatment centers and providing logistical support to stem the spread of infection. In the aftermath of the devastating 2015 Nepal earthquake, U.S. military personnel were instrumental in supporting relief efforts with transportation and medical treatment, and where previous training exercises with the Nepalese military significantly improved their capacity to respond to the crisis.

  • Taiwan Says It’s Preparing for War as China Sends a Record 52 Warplanes Into Taiwan Airspace

    Taiwan Says It’s Preparing for War as China Sends a Record 52 Warplanes Into Taiwan Airspace

    Just two days after its last record-breaking set of military flights around the island of Taiwan, China sent its largest-ever single wave of warplanes into Taiwan’s air defense identification zone (ADIZ) on Monday. In total, 52 Chinese People’s Liberation Army aircraft breached Taiwan’s ADIZ. In response to the pattern of increased military pressure from China, Taiwanese Foreign Minister Joseph Wu said in an interview with Australia’s ABC News that his country is prepared to fight back if China attacks.

  • Mystery rise in heart attacks from blocked arteries.

    Mystery rise in heart attacks from blocked arteries.

    Health experts have been left baffled by a big rise in a common and potentially fatal type of heart attack in the west of Scotland. During the summer there was a 25 per cent rise in the number of people rushed to the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Clydebank with partially blocked arteries cutting blood supply to the heart. Typically the centre, which is the largest of its kind in the UK and treats people from five health board areas, receives 240 patients a month suffering with this form of heart attack, but this rose to more than 300 over May, June and July of this year. Doctors have searched for a pattern among patients to determine if less access to health checks in the pandemic or a history of Covid-19 infection may explain it but have found no obvious trend.

  • WATCH: Italian Police Stand Down In Solidarity With Anti-Vaccine Mandate Protestors

    WATCH: Italian Police Stand Down In Solidarity With Anti-Vaccine Mandate Protestors

    A video posted on Twitter on September 26th reportedly shows Italian police officers taking off their riot gear and standing down in a show of solidarity after being confronted by a large group of anti-vaccine mandate protestors. Members of the crowd erupted into applause and cheers as the police officers removed their helmets and took off their chest coverings.