“It’s the least I’ve cried in three months” – Sophie Rawlings, daughter of two COVID-19 victims.
‘What we need is not just these taxes or labels. What we need is impact. What we need is measurable action,’ said Pedro Baiz of the Blockchain & Climate Institute.
‘Too many of the social media companies base their worth, their profitability, who they are, on just the raw numbers,’ said Shaka Hislop founder of an anti-racism education charity
Data from the Norwegian Road Federation shows that 54.3% of all new cars sold in Norway last year were electric-only, up from 42.4% in 2019.
One report estimates that as much as 38 per cent of the population of Khartoum was infected.
“I’ve been in tears several times over the past month or two about not being able to go,” said Meghan Larin, a Canadian living in Wales.
“I think the fact that he went over, because his sons were there, I think that might have just been a little icing on the cake,” Eunice Robinson said.
Speaking from exile in Vilnius, Lithuania, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya said François-Philippe Champagne reached out to her just after she arrived from Belarus.
‘(It’s) amazing the direction where we are headed, and that massive change in status quo, and heading to a new way of working.’
‘If the right people are sanctioned in response to the Navalny poisoning, that will have a seriously crippling effect on the Putin regime,’ one expert says.
‘They’re concentration camps at the moment. History shows what’s going to happen.’
“To say that this is frustrating and confusing is to put it mildly,” travel writer Fionn Davenport said.
As some countries proceed to human trials in the race for a COVID-19 vaccine, Canada lags behind with many questions left unanswered by federal officials.
With the huge downturn in aviation in 2020 due to COVID-19, Boeing executives will be praying for an early vaccine and early re-certification of its 737 MAX by regulators.
The overall trend has experts looking in various places for answers, particularly when one might expect the health-care systems of poorer nations to be less able to treat seriously ill patients.