Naomi Osaka has withdrawn from the French Open, announcing Monday on social media that she will “take some time away from the court” one day after she was fined and threatened with harsher sanctions for skipping her mandatory media obligations.
In 1982, in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada I had the opportunity of participating in a very strategic mission conference. It was hosted and facilitated by some of the world’s most prominent Chinese church and mission leaders at that time. About a thousand individuals from all over […]
Tensions between Britain and the European Union over the supply of COVID-19 vaccines show how the world deserves a “failing” grade for its past efforts to prepare for unexpected shocks, OECD chief Angel Gurria said on Tuesday.
A young former Ilford resident now residing in Chigwell was so inspired when she learned about Ilford’s historical past in helping the homeless, whilst reading an Eric Arthur Blair aka George Orwell novel, that she conducted her own research into the town’s desperate vagrancy past.
Churches around France held Sunday services honoring three people killed in an Islamic extremist attack at Notre Dame Basilica in the city of Nice that pushed the country into high security alert, while police questioned six suspects in the case.
A top Lebanese security official has tested positive for COVID-19 in the United States, his department said on Monday, forcing him to delay his return from talks in Washington and to cancel scheduled meetings in Paris.
People in Niger are angry, Macau Business reports, following a French travel warning issued earlier this month. Travel warnings affect tourism and, as one of the world’s poorest countries, Niger can’t afford any economic loss.
Britain’s armed forces have been asked to help deal with boats carrying migrants across the Channel from France, the Defence Ministry said on Saturday after a spate of arrivals on the southern English coast.