Trudeau tore the SNC-Lavalin Band-Aid before the wound healed

[ad_1] Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau applauded while speaking at a Liberal Party caucus meeting on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, on April 2, 2019. CHRIS WATTIE / Reuters It's not difficult to see why most Liberal MPs feel Jody Wilson-Raybould must be expelled from the caucus. There is no "I" on the "team," but on … Read more

Climate Change Moves Some Neanderthals to Cannibalism

[ad_1] When global warming changed the Neanderthal world, some adopted terrible dinner practices. Credit: Shutterstock Six Neanderthals who lived in what is now France were eaten by fellow Neanderthals around 100,000 years ago, according to the horrific evidence of cannibalistic events discovered by scientists in a cave in the 1990s. Now, researchers might know why … Read more

Verdict Man City vs Cardiff 2 hours in the 4/4 Premier League round

[ad_1] Not surprisingly and Pep Guardiola's teachers will easily reclaim the top of the Premier League from Liverpool. The question might be just how many tables can they win. There are no Manchester City fans who don't feel sorry for Tottenham, or bluntly say to their own love team. The last-minute luck goal of Anfield's … Read more

How everyday politics shapes the way African cities are run – The Zimbabwe Mail

[ad_1] Cyclone Idai ripped through Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique and destroyed local communities. Hundreds of people were killed and more than one million people were displaced. Much of this destruction occurred in the rapidly expanding southern coastal cities of Africa. The city of Beira in Mozambique, which faces rising sea levels, is almost completely destroyed. … Read more

Jérôme Rothen filed a complaint against Patrice Evra

[ad_1] Jérôme Rothen announced that he had formally filed a complaint against Patrice Evra because of threats and insults. Threatened by insults and even threats in a recent video shared on social networks by Patrice Evra, Sports consultant RMC Jerome Rothen confirmed on Tuesday that he had filed a complaint against his former colleague at … Read more

Josh Frydenberg addressed the National Press Club because Labor was likely to accept changes in the welfare of the Coalition

[ad_1] Labor treasury spokesman Chris Bowen and family spokesperson Linda Burney criticized the government for the "robodebt" program to revoke welfare payments in recent years but accepted the idea behind the new budget size. The budget estimates savings by applying new computer checks on salaries and wages paid to income assistance recipients, using a "one-touch … Read more