Rescuers Search for Survivors of Kremenchuk Mall Strike as Death Toll Rises

A Russian missile attack on a shopping mall in the central Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk on Monday, June 27, killed at least 18 civilians and left many others injured, Ukraine’s State Emergency Service (SES) said. Ukraine. Images released by SES on Tuesday show the search operation at the mall. The acting governor of the Poltava … 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

Missile system on Snake Island hit, says Ukrainian military

Aerial footage released by the Ukrainian military on Monday June 27 shows attacks on the Russian-controlled Snake Island in the Black Sea. The Southern Operational Command published the images. Storyful has not independently verified the date of the attacks. Natalia Humeniuk, head of media for the command, told a press conference that 10 targeted attacks … Read more

Blockade Australia: week-long protest, traffic disruptions, climate inaction

A climate protester has hit his head on the steering wheel of his car as protesters cause chaos among commuters Monday morning. A week of disruption is underway in Sydney as a climate protest group with a history of extreme, attention-grabbing stunts has caused chaos among commuters Monday morning. Around 200 climate activists have taken … Read more

Beer distributors’ strike hitting suburban Philadelphia and Pennsylvania ends in time for July 4th weekend

A labor dispute that may have caused a shortage of big-name national beer brands in the Philadelphia region for the Fourth of July weekend has been resolved. The strike organized last Sunday by Teamster Local 830, the union that represents workers at three of the region’s largest beer distributors, was called off Saturday after a … 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

Strikes paralyze British railways, unions warn of more to come

LONDON: Strikes brought Britain’s rail network to a standstill for the second time this week on Thursday (June 23) as union bosses, train operating companies and the government clashed over demands that workers’ pay rises be keep pace with rising inflation. A rise in the cost of food and fuel is stretching the budgets of … Read more

Man protests with bus driver as travel frustrations mount at Strike-Hit London

A man at a crowded London bus stop blocked a bus and demanded the driver open the doors for those waiting as a rail strike made life difficult for commuters on Tuesday June 21. Video posted by @zimokapino shows the man standing in the path of the bus at Blackhorse Road Station as a large … Read more

Biggest rail strike in 30 years brings UK to a standstill

DESTRUCTIVE INFLATION Countries around the world are being hit by decades of high inflation, as the Ukraine war and the relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions drive energy and food price increases. Unions are also warning that rail jobs are at risk as passenger traffic has yet to fully recover after the lifting of pandemic lockdowns. The … Read more