These were created out of tear-producing cells
A Reuters fact-checking report says one man’s claims against the mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines are false
[WATCH] Headlines: WE Charity co-founders to testify; World Wide Rally for Freedom; link between obesity and COVID-19
Watch today’s top stories for March 31st, 2021 including a discussion with INN24’s Vera Audette and Debbie Deer on the link between obesity and COVID-19 outcomes and the risk of hospitalization.
#AbolishChildSlavery: INNterview with Executive Director of International Rights Advocates, Terrence Collingsworth
“It will force the companies by an order of the court to finally do what they promised to do back in 2000. That is, to stop using child [slave] labour.”
The inexpensive prototype utilizes solar energy and collects seawater to create a solar desalination skylight which emits natural diffused light. This device produces drinking water and uses leftover salt brine to create energy to be used as a light.
Corporations fall through the cracks when it comes to paying taxes, the Congress needs to create a third-party verification system for their income
Report says government response to COVID-19 made Canada one of the world’s most miserable countries — even worse than US
Canada’s low score can be attributed to the “strong restrictions in behaviour,” poor economic response, the author says
Both Premier Doug Ford and Toronto Mayor John Tory admitted to obtaining cell phone data to track people during the pandemic, raising ethical and legal questions
Autopsy reveals Marvin Scott III ‘likely’ died from restraint, asphyxiation in sheriff’s custody — negligence of mental health protocol resulted in ‘unnecessary death,’ lawyer says
Scott appeared to be in a mental health crisis while in custody; family says officers should have taken appropriate measures for Scott’s schizophrenia
[TW: violence against women; domestic abuse; homicide] WHO’s report shows violence against women is a ‘global public health problem,’ with shutdowns giving rise to shadow pandemic
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