Category: World News

Jill Biden to visit tribal school still teaching remotely

ST. MICHAELS, Ariz. — A small grade school on the outskirts of the Navajo Nation capital is ready for students to return. Staff at Hunters Point Boarding School in St. Michaels have repainted the building, upgraded the washer and dryer in the dorms, installed a security gate, placed plexiglass between beds and installed hand-washing stations.

Turkey lifts travel ban for Brits and confirms tourists WON'T need jab

Turkey and Bulgaria lift travel bans for Britons and confirm tourists WON’T need a vaccine while bookings for villas in Greece and Portugal soar with up to 30 countries set to be on ‘green list’ on May 17 Turkey has announced today that British tourists will be welcome in the country  Downing Street is considering

Parents sue father accused of hiding Kristin Smart's body

LOS ANGLES (AP) — The parents of missing California college student Kristin Smart on Thursday sued the father of the man charged with killing their daughter nearly 25 years ago.  The lawsuit filed in San Luis Obispo County Superior Court said 19-year-old Smart's body was buried in Ruben Flores's backyard and he moved the body

Greta Thunberg fights back tears while recalling emotional battle against Trump

Greta Thunberg was brought to tears recalling her public battles with former President Donald Trump over climate change. Thursday's PBS special Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World, documented her environmental activism and revealed the emotional hardship of her crusade. While Trump repeatedly has mocked her for being outspoken, Thunberg believes that caring is

Missing Indonesian submarine has just a few hours of oxygen left

Missing Indonesian submarine has just a few hours of oxygen left as rescue teams hone in on radar contact with unidentified object in hope of miracle Oxygen reserves on the missing KRI Nanggala will run out at 3am local time tomorrow, officials have said  Rescuers discovered an object with a high magnetism between 165ft and 300ft

Protesters vandalize Central Park monument and clash with police

More On: protests Albany police clash with protesters while clearing ‘unlawful’ encampment Broadway workers chant ‘f–k Scott Rudin’ at feisty protest Activists dump cow poop in DC street to protest Biden climate plan Over 100 protesters demonstrate against police shooting of Ohio teen Protesters clashed with police in Manhattan on Thursday night after a monument

All-gender bathrooms proposed for Victorian workplaces and footy ovals

Employers could soon be required to include all-gender bathrooms in Victorian workplaces where possible, as sporting organisations prepare to put them in Melbourne’s major stadiums. A WorkSafe review is assessing the duty for employers to provide toilets that accommodate users’ gender diversity, under Victoria’s occupational health and safety laws. Transgender Victoria co-founder Sally Goldner.Credit:Jason South