Instagram and Facebook remove user posts offering access to abortion pills – National

Facebook and Instagram have quickly begun removing posts offering abortion pills to women who cannot access them following a Supreme Court decision that stripped constitutional protections for the procedure. Such social media posts were apparently aimed at helping women living in states where pre-existing laws banning abortion suddenly went into effect on Friday. It was … Read more

Sydney Protests: Traffic disruptions as Australia Lockdown march continues

There will be riots in Sydney today for the second day in a row, but the protesters’ planned week of chaos is not going as planned. There were riots in Sydney this morning for the second day in a row as the group of activists who brought the city to a standstill yesterday marched through … Read more

Sydney Protests: Traffic disruptions as Australia Lockdown march continues

There will be riots in Sydney today for the second day in a row, but the protesters’ planned week of chaos is not going as planned. Riots are likely in Sydney today for the second day in a row as the group of activists who brought the city to a halt yesterday march through the … Read more

Ukraine shopping center hit by Russian missile, says Zelensky

Russian rockets hit a busy shopping mall in the central Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk on Monday, June 27, according to President Volodymyr Zelensky. Zelensky said. The Ukrainian president said the mall had “no strategic value” for Russian forces. He posted images from the site showing a badly damaged and collapsed building in flames as fire … Read more

Ukraine shopping center hit by Russian missile, says Zelensky

Russian rockets hit a busy shopping mall in the central Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk on Monday, June 27, according to President Volodymyr Zelensky. Zelensky said. The Ukrainian president said the mall had “no strategic value” for Russian forces. He posted images from the site showing a badly damaged and collapsed building in flames as fire … Read more

Abortion in the US: Roe vs. Wade decision sparks ‘night of rage’ from protesters

Thousands of protesters have flooded the streets of the United States to express their fury at the dispossession of the right to abortion. Thousands of protesters took to the streets of the United States on Friday night local time to protest against the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the landmark ruling that has upheld abortion … Read more

Interim councilor resigns hours after appointment over homophobic posts

The new councilwoman for District 1 Etobicoke North resigned Friday night, hours after Toronto city councilors appointed her. Rosemarie Bryan stepped down as successor to former councilman Michael Ford, who apparently endorsed her as his replacement, in a statement after concerns were raised about anti-LGBTQ posts she had shared on social media between 2015 and … Read more

Fearless Conversations: Are Cryptocurrencies the Answer to Super Shrinking?

The crisis of inflation and the collapse of supervalues ​​is a dire time for South Australians over 60, but is the search for cash with high-risk investments like cryptocurrencies the answer? Concerns about super and weak investment markets for women are two of the biggest issues related to Australians saving for retirement. And recent retirees … Read more

Requiem adds NVIDIA DLSS and Ray Tracing technology

Asobo Studio and Focus Entertainment are working with NVIDIA to add NVIDIA RTX features to the game, a sequel to the critically acclaimed A Plague Tale: Innocence. For more on the game, listen here. On YouTube today at 9am PT, Focus Entertainment will reveal a new extended gameplay trailer, the game’s release date, and more. … Read more

1,100-pound bomb removed from roof of Kharkiv apartment block

Combat engineers and rescuers removed an unexploded bomb trapped in an apartment building in Kharkiv on Thursday, June 23, Ukrainian officials said. According to Ukraine’s State Emergency Service (SES), the unexploded bomb, a FAB-500, weighed 1,100 pounds and was carrying 660 pounds of explosives, enough to demolish the entire nine-story apartment building. A pyrotechnics team … Read more