France’s EU presidency can lay the foundations of a new Europe | View

Opinions expressed in View articles are those of the authors. “The year 2022 must be a turning point for Europe,” French President Emmanuel Macron said in his New Year’s Eve national address. As France takes over the rotating six-month presidency of the EU Council in an integrated favourable moment for EU and with a clear … Read more

‘Io portato da un’isola all’altra dallo tsunami’ – Mondo

It sounds like a Hollywood disaster movie script, and it probably will be, but the story disabled carpenter Blown by the tsunami in Tonga and survived floating in the waves for 24 raw it’s the truth. Lisala Folaw He was whitewashing his houseAtata Island On Saturday when his brother and nephew arrived to warn him … Read more

US jobless claims rise as Omicron weighs on labour market | Unemployment News

The number of Americans who filed for unemployment benefits last week jumped to the highest level since mid-October. The number of people in the United States filing claims for unemployment benefits rose sharply last week, suggesting that the rapidly spreading Omicron variant of COVID-19 is negatively impacting the labor market recovery. The US Bureau of … Read more

Czech coronavirus: Folk singer dies after deliberately getting infected with Covid-19

Hana Hurka, of the popular band Asonance, died Sunday at the age of 57 after deliberately exposing herself to the virus at home while her son and husband were ill, according to CNN affiliate CNN. Horká wanted to infect herself so she could “get rid of Covid,” her son Jan Ric told Prima News on … Read more

Ontario announces three-step plan to gradually lift COVID-19 restrictions

Ontario will allow indoor dining and gyms to reopen and increase gathering limits on January 31 as part of a three-step plan to ease COVID-19 restrictions in the province. “We can be confident that the worst is behind us,” Premier Doug Ford said Thursday. “We are now in a position to cautiously and gradually relax … Read more

SAGE admits Omicron hospitalisations aren’t near gloomy levels feared

SAGE acknowledged its terrifying predictions of Omicron hospital admissions were far from reality – and now they are warning of a “long tail” of infection as the UK emerges from a fourth wave. As recently as December 23, modeling by the government’s Scientific Advisory Group said there could be up to 10,000 daily hospital admissions … Read more

Violenza a capodanno: la vittima, ‘mi ribellai ma non avevo forza’ – Cronaca

“I couldn’t walk, I was staring at the walls, I drank and smoked, not knowing if someone had put something in my glass, I began to lose as if I was floating out of myself.” It’s the dramatic story that he wrote A minor victim of mass sexual violence, which took place in Rome at … Read more

Turkey’s central bank hits pause, leaves interest rates unchanged | Business and Economy News

Turkey’s central bank voted to temporarily halt its easing cycle that began in September and saw the lira collapse. Turkey’s central bank ended its latest policy meeting by keeping interest rates on hold, halting the cycle of cuts that began last September and which economists have warned is plunging the country into a deep economic … Read more