Will so-called comfort women get any compensation? | TV Shows News

Video duration 24 minutes 05 seconds 24:05 From: inside the story South Koreans were forced to provide sexual services to Japanese soldiers before and during World War II. South Koreans celebrate the 30th anniversary of the start of their weekly protests against the wartime sexual slavery scandal in Japan. Protesters say they want a sincere … Read more

Quebec reality TV stars deny partying on Sunwing flight, say ‘we were sleeping’

Some of the 154 Quebec social media stars stranded in Mexico this week after the infamous “party trip” said they were unfairly convicted. “We don’t want to be attacked for things we didn’t do,” Isabelle Labric, a Quebec reality TV personality, said in a live video from Mexico on Instagram. “We were asleep,” she said. … Read more

James Argent unveils his staggering 11 STONE weight loss transformation after gastric sleeve surgery

James Argent seemed far from recognizable, as he proudly displayed the results of his staggering 13 stone weight loss on Monday. Nine months after gastric bypass surgery at Transform Hospital Group, Arg, 34, has revealed his slimmest physique after losing nearly half of his 27.5 body weight. Heading for a swim in an outdoor pool … Read more

Polish right-wing party furious over Facebook page removal – POLITICO

WARSAW (Reuters) – Facebook on Wednesday shut down Poland’s opposition National Union party page, angering right-wingers and the government who have complained that the US tech giant is stifling free speech. The page had 670,000 followers, making it one of the largest profiles on social media for a Polish political grouping. A spokesperson for Facebook’s … Read more

Kenya: Kfc finisce le patatine, i clienti insorgono – Africa

You love french fries so much, we’re sorry but we ran out of them! KFC in Kenya apologized after the inconvenience, causing an uproar on the web with many users who came to launch a boycott of the US chain on Twitter. Competitors were quick to make money, and Burger King wrote, “We’ve got french … Read more

Mexico sees rising COVID cases, especially in tourism hotspots | Coronavirus pandemic News

The Mexican states of Quintana Roo and Baja California Sur, which are popular with tourists, are seeing higher numbers of infections. COVID-19 infections are increasing across Mexico, particularly in two coastal states that include major tourist destinations that were crowded during the holiday season. Mexican government data shows that Quintana Roo, where tourists flock to … Read more

US Capitol police chief says department fielded 9,600 threats against members of Congress in 2021

(Elizabeth Frantz/Paul/AFP/Getty Images) The United States Capitol Police Board explains a list of changes — from exercises to new recruiting efforts, hoping to convince members of Congress that the department has improved dramatically since the January 6 attack that exposed problems, while acknowledging that the agency is seriously understaffed. In a 10-page report obtained by … Read more

Soon-to-be Canadians waiting in vain to hear about their citizenship applications

Many immigrants say they have been waiting months for a response from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) about whether or not they will soon become Canadian citizens. Barandis Hagnisarvard and her husband, who passed citizenship tests in January 2021, say they feel like they have been left out in the cold by the Canadian … Read more