Crimes Committed on the Moon

Crimes Committed on the Moon Could Be Punishable By Canadian Law Canada may amend its criminal code to specifically account for misdemeanors on the lunar surface. Canadian lawmakers have passed an amendment to be able to prosecute people who commit crimes on the Moon. NASA’s Artemis endeavor might finally bring […]


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Brett Goldstein Visits ‘Sesame Street’

‘Ted Lasso’ actor Brett Goldstein visits ‘Sesame Street’   Brett Goldstein paid a visit to “Sesame Street” to talk to kids about the F-word. The “Ted Lasso” actor appeared with some familiar, furry friends to bake and talk about the of the Word of the Day. “Today’s word begins with […]


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Job Ad Attracts 28,000 Applications

Saudi job advert for 30 female train drivers attracts 28,000 applications Women were not even allowed to drive in the conservative kingdom until 2018 A job advert looking for 30 female train drivers in Saudi Arabia received more than 28,000 applications, as the country opens up more opportunities for women. […]


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COVID-Hit Warship Delivers Disaster Aid

A coronavirus-hit Australian warship docked in Tonga on Wednesday, delivering desperately needed aid to the volcano-and-tsunami-struck nation under strict “no-contact” protocols. Tongan Health Minister Saia Piukala said the crew of the HMAS Adelaide would follow drastic health protocols to ensure the remote Pacific kingdom remains one of the few places […]


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French Senate Votes To Ban Headscarves From Sports Competitions

The French Senate has voted to ban sports players wearing headscarves during competitions, a move politicians say was taken in the interests of religious neutrality.   The contentious decision, opposed by Emmanuel Macron’s government, was approved by 160 votes to 143 in the upper house of parliament on Tuesday. Prior […]


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