Posts Tagged ‘stirs’

Heaven or sacrilege? Italy’s pizza vending machine stirs controversy

Italy’s capital Rome has its first pizza vending machine, capable of delivering the country’s world-famous national dish 24/7. No doubt it will raise questions over authenticity, but at least the machine in the Via Catania is owned by an Italian, Massimo Pugolo, who knows he can never replace the genuine article. “The reactions were a […]

Renewed Violence In Northern Ireland Stirs Memories Of ‘The Troubles’

LONDON (AP) — Young people have hurled bricks, fireworks and gasoline bombs at police and set hijacked cars and a bus on fire during a week of violence on the streets of Northern Ireland. Police responded with rubber bullets and water cannons. The streets were calmer Friday night, as community leaders appealed for calm after […]

Explosive Conversion Verdict Stirs Sleepy Israeli Election Cycle

(The Media Line) Israel’s Supreme Court on Monday issued a landmark ruling, ordering the government to award citizenship to a handful of residents who converted to Judaism through non-Orthodox institutions while living in Israel. The case, which made its way through the justice system for more than 15 years, quickly and predictably turned into a […]

PODCAST Daily Briefing Mar. 3 – As Biden stirs pot with Saudis, will Israel pay?

Welcome to The Times of Israel’s Daily Briefing: Your 15-minute audio update on what’s happening in Israel, the Middle East, and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Today’s panel comprises our diplomacy reporter Lazar Berman and United States correspondent Jacob Magid, along with host Amanda Borschel-Dan. US President Joe Biden is signaling a change […]

DARPA’s New Space Program Stirs Worldwide Concern

On the same day that Joe Biden obtained the Electoral College majority needed to become president of the United States, a metallic asteroid roughly half the size of New York City made its closest approach to earth. Far from indulging in apocalyptic visions of cosmic destruction, mining company executives like Bob Goldstein of US Nuclear Corp. were […]

First Palestinian election since 2005 stirs optimism in Gaza

Mohammed Saleem is 27 years old and hopes to finally vote in an election this spring when the Palestinians are expected to go to the ballots for the first time in 15 years. Saleem, a journalist from Gaza City, plans to cast a vote for the Fatah party and the sitting president Mahmoud Abbas, whose […]

Artificial Intelligence for Policing Stirs Ethics Concerns

A leading vendor of police body cameras and other law enforcement technology announced Thursday it would convene a panel of experts to serve as an “artificial intelligence ethics board.” The company, Axon, formerly known as Taser, says its ultimate goal in developing artificial intelligence technology is to remove the need for police officers to do […]

INDONESIA – Selfie museum stirs outrage with Nazi display

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Revival of ‘Muslim ban’ stirs outrage in Iran

Al Monitor | Rohollah Faghihi: The US Supreme Court’s decision to revive part of President Donald Trump’s travel ban imposed on citizens from six majority-Muslim countries, including Iran, has angered Tehran, with parliament members accusing the White House of violating the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear deal reached in 2015 between Iran and the P5+1 nations (China, […]

‘Kevin the Crusader’: Police officer with Templar cross stirs Belgium

The dispute in Couvin, Belgium, a town of 13,000 people, started on Thursday when local media made several reports about a police officer wearing a Templar cross on his bulletproof vest. The media immediately linked the cross to extremist groups who sometimes use it as a symbol of their fight against Muslims. The story quickly […]

DNA testing proves genealogy of indigenous Americans is one of the most unique in the world

     The suppression of the Native Americans and the decimation of their culture is a black page in the history of the United States. The discrimination and injustices towards this ancient race, which had lived on the American continent long before the European conquerors came to this land, are still present to this day despite […]

Evening march to Cuomo’s suburban house is latest action against his blacklist on boycott

New Yorkers from all over the state gathered in Albany to call upon Governor Cuomo to rescind his unconstitutional executive order against the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement for Palestinian human rights. Over 200 people rallied outside the governor’s office and delivered a petition signed by 12,000 people. Speakers included Assemblyman Phillip Steck, Kathy Manley […]

Earthquake swarms reported at Mt. Hood, Mt. Rainier and Mt. St. Helens: Is a major eruption imminent?

     Is an eruption of one or more of the major volcanoes in the northwest United States imminent? In recent days, very large earthquake swarms have been reported at Mt. Hood, Mt. Rainier and Mt. St. Helens. It is certainly not unusual for each of these volcanoes to experience earthquake swarms from time to time, […]

The Martinez Perspective: Thoughts on Artificial Multiculturalism

Brandon Martinez talks about the Zionist-Globalist agenda behind enforced multiculturalism in the West, and touches a little on recent revelations about ISIS and the Paris attacks. Editor’s note: I do not agree with Brandon on his assessment of who is “White”, Source Article from http://renegadetribune.com/the-martinez-perspective-thoughts-on-artificial-multiculturalism/ 00

Living organisms can benefit from natural oil spills, study finds

Oceanographers at Columbia University found that the phytoplankton he analyzed sitting above the natural oil seeps in the gulf actually thrived. Moreover, the turbulence caused by escaping natural gas creates bubbles up to a mile high, carrying life-sustaining nutrients right up from below the ocean floor into the plankton’s hungry mouths. This is seen as […]

News of another U.S. gun-tracking program stirs criticism

  The Los Angeles Times October 7, 2011 Mexican politicians and pundits reacted with anger to revelations this week that U.S. agents allowed guns to be smuggled into Mexico under a secret weapons-tracking program that preceded the current focus of controversy, called Operation Fast and Furious. Commentators from across the political spectrum expressed criticism after […]

Putin’s presidency bid stirs discontent in Russia

  Guardian September 26, 2011 The fallout from Vladimir Putin‘s announcement that he plans to return to the Kremlin is being felt throughout Russia, with a key liberal official indicating that he plans to quit the government. The finance minister, Alexei Kudrin, a darling of the west because of his commitment to the free market and fiscal […]

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