Posts Tagged ‘first’

First Torah Completed in Australia’s Parliament in Canberra

First Torah Completed in Australia’s Parliament in Canberra More than 150 people attend the event, followed by a joyous procession in the streets By Faygie Levy HoltOctober 23, 2017 2:35 PM Satan’s chosen people. Rabbi Eli Gutnick, right, finishes the final letter of a new Torah in the Canberra Parliament House, witnessed by The Hon. […]

Tesla Model 3 Becomes First EV to Top European Monthly Sales

FRANKFURT—Tesla’s Model 3 topped European car sales in September, marking the first time an electric vehicle has done so in monthly charts, research group JATO Dynamics said on Monday. At 24,591 cars registered, Tesla’s Model 3 recorded year-on-year growth of 58 percent, followed by Renault’s Clio, Dacia’s Sandero, and Volkswagen’s Golf model, JATO said. In […]

Ancient Crusader Battle Campsite Discovered in Israel Is a First

A highways expansion project in the Tzipori Springs area in Galilee in Israel has uncovered fascinating evidence of a 12th-century Crusader battle camp. Exploratory excavations undertaken by a team of archaeologists before road widening work on the highway linking Nazareth to the Mediterranean Sea has found the campsite. Nimrod Getzov and Ianir Milevski of the […]

Newsom goes big first, worries about the details later

The media-savvy politician who just survived a recall election has embraced cultural flashpoints for nearly two decades, often setting markers that take time to realize. He landed on the national stage as San Francisco mayor when he illegally issued marriage licenses to same-sex couples in 2004, and it took a U.S. Supreme Court battle and […]

The Astonishing Story of the First Female Greek Immigrant to Australia

Greek immigrants on their way to Australia in 1953. Ekaterini Plessou was the first Greek female to migrate down under way back in 1835. Credit: Public Domain Ekaterini Plessou-Crummer, the first female Greek immigrant to Australia in the mid-1800s, has an incredible personal story that is filled with encounters with historical figures of the Greek […]

City’s First Black Female Firefighter Sues over Mural Depicting Her as White

The first black female firefighter in Boynton Beach, Florida, recently filed a lawsuit against the city for a mural that appeared to depict her as white. “Latosha Clemons’ lawsuit against Boynton Beach claims the pioneering firefighter deserves more than $100,000 after she suffered damages ‘including, but not limited to, loss of income, relocation expenses and […]

911 System In Jeopardy As First Responders Reject Jab

“The magnitude has really blown up over the last few months,” AAA President Shawn Baird told NBC News. “When you take a system that was already fragile and stretched it because you didn’t have enough people entering the field, then you throw a public health emergency and all of the additional burdens that it put […]

The Chumash: The Seashell First People Of North America

The question of  how people first came to North America is as complicated as  when they arrived. With new evidence comes new theories and the dates are being revised constantly. While the colonization of the Americas remains a highly debated topic, the truth is that the exact timing of the first arrivals remains unknown. The crossing of […]

Breaking the News: How the First Media Moguls Shaped History

I’m sure you’re familiar with the old adage that “you are what you eat.” Well, here’s a similarly important observation that you probably weren’t told as a child: you are what you read. Or, to put it in terms that the “Netflix and chill” generation can understand: you are what you watch. This should be […]

Abolhassan Banisadr, Iran’s First President After 1979 Revolution, Dies At 88

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Abolhassan Banisadr, Iran’s first president after the country’s 1979 Islamic Revolution who fled Tehran after being impeached for challenging the growing power of clerics as the nation became a theocracy, died Saturday. He was 88. Among a sea of black-robed Shiite clerics, Banisadr stood out for his Western-style suits and a […]

Banisadr, Iran’s first president after 1979 revolution, dies

Banisadr would never consolidate his grip on the government he supposedly led as events far beyond his control — including the U.S. Embassy hostage crisis and the invasion of Iran by Iraq — only added to the tumult that followed the revolution. True power remained firmly wielded by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, whom Banisadr […]

Allies’ Interests Matter? When Morals Fall, Money Comes First and Business Is Business!

9 October, 2021 By Mohammed Sleem Beirut – Amid the ongoing crisis over the Australian-French submarine deal, the United States and the United Kingdom coupled and betrayed France, stealing a 40 billion dollars’ worth deal in order to provide Canberra with nuclear armed submarines. The action led to a serious diplomatic issue between France on […]

Queen Elizabeth Hosts First Major Event At Buckingham Palace In Over A Year

LONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II held her first major engagement at Buckingham Palace since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic a year and a half ago, as she presided Thursday over the launch of the baton relay for next year’s Commonwealth Games in the central England city of Birmingham. British Paralympic gold medalist Kadeena […]

Rare First Temple Period Toilet Discovered In Jerusalem

A First Temple-era private toilet has been unearthed in Jerusalem. While in itself the toilet is an exceptionally rare find, surrounding it evidence was unearthed of a rich fruit garden within a “lush” royal residence. The term “toilet humor,” describes a whole set of jokes and puns about the human bodily functions and even extending […]

Jordan’s King Abdullah and Syria’s Assad hold first phone call after a decade

Syrian President, Bashar Al-Assad, and Jordanian King, Abdullah II, held a phone conversation on Sunday,  their first open communication in a decade since the Syrian civil war erupted. In a statement by the Jordanian Royal Palace, it announced that the leaders “discussed relations between the two brotherly countries and ways of enhancing cooperation.” The call […]

Israel: right-wing interior minister makes first official visit to UAE

Israel’s right-wing Minister of the Interior has travelled to the UAE for her first official visit to the Emirates. Ayelet Shaked met with her counterpart and Deputy Prime Minister, Sheikh Saif Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, during a visit to Abu Dhabi yesterday. They discussed initiatives to promote cooperation between the two countries, from digitisation to security […]

Study Finds COVID Jab Increases Risk Of Infection For First 20 Days & Natural Immunity Passport Ploy

Welcome to The Daily Wrap Up, a concise show dedicated to bringing you the most relevant independent news, as we see it, from the last 24 hours (10/3/21). As always, take the information discussed in the video below and research it for yourself, and come to your own conclusions. Anyone telling you what the truth […]

California Becomes First State to Require COVID-19 “Vaccine” for Schoolchildren

California will mandate COVID-19 vaccines for students and staff, becoming the first state in the nation to require schoolchildren to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. Governor Gavin Newsom made the announcement Friday morning at Denman Middle School in San Francisco’s Balboa Park neighborhood. The COVID vaccine will be added to the list of required vaccines […]

Bronze Age Bull Geoglyph Found In Siberia Is A First

Archaeologists conducting excavations at the Jonderguéi 22 site in the south-west of the Republic of Tuva in southern Siberia have made the exciting discovery of a bull geoglyph. It is believed to be the first animal geoglyph find in the entire Central Asia region. The excavations near Khondergey village, close to Russia’s border with Mongolia, […]

Ancient Ancestors Walking All Over Clovis First Academics

21st Century man is very conscious of the carbon footprint he leaves behind, but footprints of people who lived about 23,000 years ago have just walked all over modern man’s Clovis First Theory. The Clovis First Theory insists that the very first people to enter the Americas were Paleolithic hunters who followed game animals across […]

Scientists display first human use of large-bandwidth wireless mind-personal computer interface

Scientists display first human use of large-bandwidth wireless mind-personal computer interfaceDate: September 27, 2021Author: Nwo Report   Source::  Jhon Lennon The new examine demonstrated some of individuals new opportunities. The demo contributors — a 35-yr-aged male and a 63-year-previous man, equally paralyzed by spinal wire accidents — had been able to use the program in their houses, […]

Franziska Giffey set to become Berlin’s first female mayor

Franziska Giffey looks set to become Berlin’s first female mayor after the Social Democrats retained their hold over the German capital. The centre-left SPD, which also won the most votes in Sunday’s federal parliamentary election, is projected to have won 21.4% of ballots in the city-state, according to preliminary results. The Green party came in […]

DNC to host first in-person fundraiser of the Covid era

A separate fundraiser, scheduled for the same day, will serve as a launch event for the committee’s PAC, with tickets again starting at $1,000 to get in the door. For $5,000, an attendee can be deemed a supporter or contribute $15,000 to be named a friend. Donors can pay $45,000 to be named a leader […]

Team Trump Celebrates First ‘Win’ in Bid to Replace House Republicans Who Backed Impeachment  

One America News Network host Natalie Harp declared this week that “RINOs are going extinct,” adding that “it couldn’t happen soon enough.” Harp denounced the 10 House Republicans who supported the second impeachment of former President Donald Trump and gloated about the recent announcement that one of those Republicans, incumbent Rep. Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio’s 16th Congressional […]

Hundreds March Against Vaxx Mandates In Orlando, Supporting First Responders

Hundreds March Against Vaxx Mandates In Orlando, Supporting First RespondersDate: September 20, 2021Author: Nwo Report  Source:  Jacob EngelsOn Saturday, in downtown Orlando, this Gateway Pundit journalist documented hundreds of citizens marching in support of the medical freedoms of first responders in Orange County, who have been ordered by the far-left Mayor of Orange County to get […]

When Rusty Navies Collide Which Rust Buckets Will Sink First?

When I was stationed aboard the USS Iowa (BB-61) for pre-commissioning of the battleship in the 1980s, the Ticonderoga class Aegis cruisers were the pride of the US Navy. I remember seeing several docked across the quay in Pascagoula Mississipi, and how fast, sleek, and intimidating they looked. Almost forty years on, and these greyhounds […]

FIRST SCIENTIFIC STUDY ON HUMANS WITH CHLORINE DIOXIDE FOR THERAPEUTIC USE

A hope to end the COVID-19 pandemic. The clinical study showed that chlorine dioxide is effective in patients treated with oral ClO2 and that its use in the COVID-19 pandemic becomes and positions itself as a great hope to control it, based on the scientific foundations revealed in previous research . Chlorine dioxide was shown […]

Italy Becomes First Country To Pass Mandatory Vaccine Passport Bill For All Workers

“We are heading towards a mandatory Green Pass not only for public sector workers but also private sector ones” Italy will implement its mandatory vaccine passport (“Green Pass”) for all workers next month, becoming the first country in the European Union to make this demand, per Reuters. All workers will be required to have the Green […]

9/11 Launched the First of the Unaccountable Bailouts by the Fed to Wall Street

Most Americans believe that the unprecedented Fed bailouts of Wall Street didn’t begin until December of 2007, on the cusp of Wall Street’s financial collapse in 2008. That’s wrong. The Fed’s first massive bailout of Wall Street started on 9/11. By the closing bell on September 10, 2001, the day before the attacks, the Nasdaq […]

China Announces First Public State Oil Auction

BEIJING—The Chinese regime plans its first public auction of state crude oil reserves to a select group of domestic refiners, the reserves administration announced, as Beijing looks to cool high raw material costs for manufacturers. The releases will take place in phases and are intended for integrated refining and chemical plants, the National Food and […]

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