Italy’s Senate Rejects Divisive Bill Aimed at Fighting Homophobia

Italy’s Senate voted to reject a bill on Wednesday that would have banned anti-LGBTQ violence and discrimination. A motion to block the so-called “Zan bill” was approved by 154 votes to 131 after being tabled by the right-wing parties Lega Nord and Fratelli d’Italia (Fdl). The legislation would have amended Italy’s penal code to prohibit … Read more

Miami hosts CryptoWorldCon: International Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Conf. April 2022

MIAMI, Oct 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Blockchain is the technology that is changing this century, with governments, large corporations, and even banks implementing it, and in April 2022, Miami will become the international headquarters for blockchain and cryptocurrencies with an unprecedented event. CryptoWorldCon (CWC) 2022 will be a blockchain technology and cryptocurrency mega conference … Read more

How Collaborations Will Advance

Artist collaborations are an undeniable cornerstone of modern pop culture. The confluence of creative minds ultimately captured in a single work of art is something that has perpetually awakened audiences, critics, and the creative community. Take “The Marilyn Diptych” by American pop art pioneer Andy Warhol. The iconic artwork is based on a publicity photograph … Read more

ASCO will provide logistics services for Horisont

Horisont Energi, a Norwegian company developing a blue ammonia project in Norway involving offshore carbon storage, has signed a four-year framework agreement with logistics and supply company ASCO Norge, with the option to expand it. Horisont Energi has said that it will build Europe’s first large-scale factory for the production of so-called “clean” ammonia from … Read more

The United States will add the last three EU states to the list of visa exemptions

The United States plans to add Bulgaria, Cyprus and Romania to its visa waiver program, allowing people to stay up to 90 days without a permit. “We have four candidates in the pipeline: Israel, Cyprus, Bulgaria and Romania,” National Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said on Tuesday, Reuters reports. “Every time you add one of these … Read more

UK’s £ 37bn test and trace program did not help curb the pandemic, according to a parliament report – POLITICO

The NHS ‘flagship test and trace program has failed to achieve’ its primary goal ‘of reducing COVID-19 infection levels in the UK, despite earning a’ staggering ‘£ 37bn since May 2020 , a report published by the Chamber. of the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC). The scheme “has not achieved its primary goal of helping … Read more

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