Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg The U.S. has offered vaccines to both North Korea and China, and is prepared to do so immediately, U.S. President Joe Biden said on May 21 . However, neither country has responded to the offer, he added. In addition, a meeting with North Korea's Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un is contingent on … [Read more...] about Joe Biden says China & North Korea yet to accept US offer of vaccines
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Thai PM Prayut Chan-o-cha congratulated Chadchart Sittipunt, who is expected to be confirmed as Bangkok’s new governor following Sunday’s elections, and promised to back his tenure in charge. The Thai PM says his government will provide Chadchart’s office with all the support they need to continue the growth and development of Bangkok. “The prime minister has made it … [Read more...] about PM Prayut congratulates Chadchart on becoming governor
Not content with provoking Russia into a war of aggression with Ukraine by having NATO troops camped all along the former Soviet border, US President Joe Biden is threatening to do the same with China. Biden today threatened military action if China were to invade Taiwan, despite having no evidence to support any warlike intentions of the Chinese mainland. The 79 year old … [Read more...] about Biden threatens military action against China
It’s estimated that millions of people in the US use period-tracking apps to plan ahead, track when they are ovulating, and monitor other health effects. The apps can help signal when a period is late. After Politico published on May 2 a draft opinion from the Supreme Court indicating that Roe v. Wade, the law that guarantees the constitutional right to an abortion, would be … [Read more...] about Should you worry about data from your period-tracking app being used against you?
COLOMBO (Reuters) -Sri Lanka's central bank has secured foreign exchange to pay for fuel and cooking gas shipments that will ease crippling shortages, its governor said on Thursday, but police fired tear gas and water canon to push back student protesters. Most of Sri Lanka's petrol stations have run dry as the island nation battles its most devastating economic crisis since … [Read more...] about Sri Lanka fuel shortage set to ease; police clash with protesters