‘Hundreds’ of people marched in Utrecht, the Netherlands on Saturday to protest against enduring anti-coronavirus restrictions. The march was organized by a group of former police officers and soldiers, dubbed ‘Police for Freedom’.
Night-time curfews, sweeping business closures and severe limits on public gatherings are all part of the German government’s new bill aimed at “standardizing” Covid-19 measures to stop the third wave, German media report.
Prince Philip was well-known for his often racially-charged quips at public appearances, including his 1999 comment that a fuse box with wires spilling out at an Edinburgh electronics factory looked like it had been “put in by an Indian”.
Just shy of 40 percent of Marine Corps service members have refused to take the coronavirus jab, new data provided to the media shows. The revelation comes as Democratic lawmakers push to make the vaccine mandatory for soldiers.
American sailors have set course for the Black Sea, off the south coast of Russia, in a move widely seen as a show of support for Ukraine, where fighting between Kiev’s forces and separatist militias has worsened in recent weeks.
Facebook and Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, have suffered a major outage, prompting users to flock to Twitter to vent their frustration. While both sites swiftly recovered, no explanation was given for the issue.