Posts Tagged ‘lines’

More on the Restoration of Inter-Korean Lines of Communication

In our previous piece on inter-Korean relations, we touched on Kim Yoo-jung’s remark that in case of “maintaining impartiality and respect for each other”, both the restoration of the North-South bureau and the inter-Korean summit could be discussed constructively. “The end of the war will also be proclaimed in due course.” During this time, North […]

Poland sees pro-EU rallies as battle lines drawn over court ruling

Tens of thousands protested across Poland on Sunday in support of the European Union amid a bitter row with Brussels over the primacy of European over national courts. A crowd in Warsaw’s Castle Square waved European flags and chanted “We are staying” three days after Poland’s constitutional court ruled that Polish law superseded European, setting […]

Iran crossed all ‘red lines’, Israel PM tells UN

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said today that Iran had crossed “all red lines” in its nuclear programme and vowed that Israel would not allow Tehran to acquire a nuclear weapon, Reuters reports. In his first speech before the United Nations General Assembly, Bennett said Iran sought to dominate the Middle East under a “nuclear […]

Anti-Lockdown Protesters Break Police Lines In Melbourne, Over 200 Arrested

Thousands of police officers were deployed to counter anti-lockdown protests in Sydney and Melbourne on Saturday. Over 200 people were arrested in Melbourne as several hundred protesters marched through an inner-city suburb defying draconian stay at home orders. The city is currently going through its sixth lockdown since the pandemic started. Police, who were using […]

A Tale Of Two Clinics: Long Lines For Vaccine In Nairobi, Few Takers In Atlanta

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Several hundred people line up every morning, starting before dawn, on a grassy area outside Nairobi’s largest hospital hoping to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Sometimes the line moves smoothly, while on other days, the staff tells them there’s nothing available, and they should come back tomorrow. Halfway around the world, at […]

Blurring the lines: Phony leftists and the populist right pipeline

One of the excuses most often heard from those commentators accused of not bothering to do basic research using reputable sources is that such work isn’t necessary as they are just ‘just asking questions’. We see this a lot with those promoting cheap miracle cures for the novel coronavirus despite widely available free vaccines in […]

PG&E announces initiative to submerge 10,000-miles of power lines to lessen risk of wildfires in California

Image Credit: AFP/Getty Images The Pacific Gas and Electric Company recently announced a large-scale initiative to submerge at least 10,000 miles of power lines underground to help lessen the wildfires in High Fire Threat Districts throughout Northern and Central California. This multi-year safety effort will “further harden its system and help prevent wildfires.” PG&E’s new […]

Norwegian Cruise Lines suing Florida after vaccine passport ban

Norwegian Cruises is reportedly suing Florida for banning Covid certificates, or “vaccine passports”, in what it has called “an impossible dilemma” if cruises are to return. The company, in a complaint filed in the US district court of Miami, is asking for Florida’s ban on Covid certifications to be invalidated before vessels start sailing next […]

Biden-Putin summit: A meeting or setting red lines

Biden-Putin summit: A meeting or setting red lines – Tehran%20Times No one could be holding its breath expecting important outcomes from the summit between the two presidents: Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin.  Since the meeting was declared, the American politicians have been trying to minimize its effect in changing the relationship between the two countries.  […]

Delta Air Lines to Force New Employees to Get COVID-19 Vaccines

Delta Air Lines is requiring all new employees get vaccinated against the virus that causes COVID-19, one of the first U.S. companies to mandate the shots. “Delta will require all new hires in the U.S. to be vaccinated against COVID-19, unless they qualify for an accommodation,” the company said in a statement. The requirement will […]

Between the Lines: Congressional Report Finds US Sanctions to Blame for Venezuela Crisis

May 04th, 2021 By Roger D. Harris2 CommentsFacebookTwitterRedditEmailMore44 CARACAS, VENEZUELA — Venezuela was once one of the most prosperous countries in Latin America. The popular classes enjoyed major advances from the Bolivarian Revolution initiated by Hugo Chávez. Today Venezuela is experiencing an unprecedented economic crisis with severe humanitarian consequences. The U.S. government blames the crisis on the mismanagement and […]

Red Lines in US-Turkey Relations

Recently, the relationship between two NATO allies, Washington and Ankara, has started deteriorating noticeably despite the fact that after the 2nd World War, Turkey was viewed as USA’s “right-hand man” in the region for many years. During the previous century, the United States grew accustomed to treating Turks as junior partners who were expected to […]

Chauvin trial hardens political fault lines

Yet otherwise there’s little evidence that each party’s messaging will change, with Democrats rallying around racial equity measures and expansive police reforms and Republicans prioritizing law and order. The attacks on each are likely to be familiar: Democrats will continue to frame the GOP as a party that is hostile to the interests of people […]

Putin warning Provocateurs will regret crossing Russia’s Red Lines

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that the vast majority of the country’s Soviet-era atomic stockpile will soon be replaced by modern weapons, warning that Moscow is intent on defending itself against foreign aggression. Speaking as part of his annual address to the Federal Assembly in Moscow on Wednesday, Putin said that his […]

Jerusalem approves construction of 540 housing units beyond city’s 1967 lines

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Red Lines: Vijay Prashad Explains Myanmar Coup

[embedded content] Red Lines host Anya Parampil speaks with Vijay Prashad, historian and Chief Correspondent for Globetrotter, about the military’s recent takeover in Myanmar. “The first thing that people should know is that Aung San was the state councilor based on an agreement made between the military in Myanmar, the opposition movements that had been […]

Team Israel Start-Up Nation lines up for UAE Tour

February 21, 2021 by J-Wire Newsdesk Read on for article One year after its historic inaugural participation in the UAE Tour and a subsequent peace accord between the United Arab Emirates and Israel, Team Israel Start-Up Nation will begin its second UAE Tour today. Photo: Team Israel Start-Up Nation With a squad of seven riders, […]

Lines On A Wild Cow Bone May Be 120,000-Year-Old Symbols

Researchers have uncovered what they claim is among the earliest-known use of symbols “ever discovered.” The collection of lines carved into a bone fragment date to approximately 120,000 years ago, but as you will see, they are but children compared to the antiquity of the grandfather of all ancient symbols. The discovery and analysis of […]

Iran tells US & Israel not to cross ‘red lines’ in Gulf after reports of submarine deployments

Tehran said on Monday that it will defend itself, warning the United States and Israel against setting out on any “adventures” during the Trump administration’s final days in office, and as regional tensions simmer. The US Navy said a week ago a nuclear submarine was being deployed to the Gulf, and Israeli media later reported […]

Iran to launch 4 pilot air taxi lines by late January 2021

TEHRAN–Iranian Transport Ministry is going to launch four air taxi lines on a trial basis by the Iranian calendar month of Bahman (begins on January 20, 2021), according to an aviation official. Arman Bayat, the member of the General Aviation Committee of the Iran Airports Company (IAC), said the mentioned four lines will be launched […]

Food Lines Grow Miles Long as Politicians Break Rules to Dine at Fancy Restaurants, Take Vacations

By Matt Agorist When the politicians on taxpayer funded salaries sit around and discuss which businesses to keep open and which businesses to shut down, they never consider limiting their salaries or cutting their funding. They simply force people out of business and offer nothing in return. In states that do offer some relief to […]

Elisa Martinez: 2-4 Hour Lines Outside Supermarkets Due to New Mexico Gov’s Lockdown

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) has put immense pressure on businesses with her “abrupt” lockdown order – forcing “nonessential” businesses to close and creating what has been dubbed “modern breadlines” —  with people waiting 2-4 hours to enter essential retailers, former GOP Senate candidate Elisa Martinez explained during an appearance on Breitbart News Saturday. Martinez, […]

Unprecedented Lines At Food Banks Cause Waits Of Up To Five Hours

By John Vibes In the week leading up to Thanksgiving, food banks across the United States have seen unprecedented lines with struggling families hoping to get some help for the holidays. A report from the Rhode Island Community Food Bank estimated that roughly as many as 1 in 4 households in the state was facing […]

Giant Cat Geoglyph Found Near the Mysterious Nazca Lines

Experts have found a giant new cat geoglyph in Peru near the world-famous Nazca Lines. They identified the huge figure of the feline on a hill that overlooks the pre-Hispanic designs and features. The find can help experts to better understand the most famous geoglyphs in Latin America, if not the world. A conservation management […]

Delta Air Lines Has Permanently Banned Nearly 250 People From Flying Due To Mask Violations

By Aaron Kesel Delta Air Lines has placed nearly 250 people on a “no-fly list” for failing to comply with its mandatory mask policy, CEO Ed Bastian said in a memoed statement to employees, Fox News reported. “Although rare, we continue to put passengers who refuse to follow the required face-covering rules on our no-fly […]

Delta Air Lines Has Permanently Banned Nearly 250 People From Flying Due To Mask Violations

By Aaron Kesel Delta Air Lines has placed nearly 250 people on a “no-fly list” for failing to comply with its mandatory mask policy, CEO Ed Bastian said in a memoed statement to employees, Fox News reported. “Although rare, we continue to put passengers who refuse to follow the required face-covering rules on our no-fly […]

Delta Air Lines Has Permanently Banned Nearly 250 People From Flying Due To Mask Violations

By Aaron Kesel Delta Air Lines has placed nearly 250 people on a “no-fly list” for failing to comply with its mandatory mask policy, CEO Ed Bastian said in a memoed statement to employees, Fox News reported. “Although rare, we continue to put passengers who refuse to follow the required face-covering rules on our no-fly […]

Delta Air Lines Has Permanently Banned Nearly 250 People From Flying Due To Mask Violations

By Aaron Kesel Delta Air Lines has placed nearly 250 people on a “no-fly list” for failing to comply with its mandatory mask policy, CEO Ed Bastian said in a memoed statement to employees, Fox News reported. “Although rare, we continue to put passengers who refuse to follow the required face-covering rules on our no-fly […]

On Libya’s front lines, Sirte is focus for regional rivalries

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Electromagnetic radiation from power lines and phone masts poses ‘credible’ threat to wildlife, report finds

Electromagnetic radiation from power lines, wi-fi, phone masts and broadcast transmitters poses a ‘credible’ threat to wildlife, a new report suggests, as environmentalists warned the 5G roll out could cause greater harm. An analysis of 97 studies by the EU-funded review body EKLIPSE concluded that radiation is a potential risk to insect […]

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