Aaron Paquette: Making transit safer in Edmonton takes a co-ordinated approach

Breadcrumb Trail Links Columnists Passengers at the Health Sciences/Jubilee LRT station on Thursday, April 28, 2022 in Edmonton. Photo by Greg Southam /Postal media Article content Many Edmontians do not feel safe using public transportation and are frustrated by a perceived lack of action from their city. Discomfort and the fear of violence and disorder … Read more

Wagner Group’s criminal recruits so ‘drugged’ that machine guns ‘don’t knock them down’ | World | News

He stated that their AK-47 rifles became extremely hot from the constant gunfire, and they had to keep changing them. Andriy added: “Our machine gunner almost went crazy, because he shot at them. And he said, ‘I know I shot at him, but he doesn’t fall.’ And after a while, if he might bleed to … Read more

India Among Top 3 Countries For Active Users Growth On Facebook, Says Meta

The company reiterated the risk to its business in India due to the proposed data protection framework. New Delhi: India is among the top three countries contributing to active user growth for Facebook as of December 31, 2022, social media major Meta said in a registration filing. The company reports a 4 percent increase in … Read more

Biden under pressure for police reform after Tyre Nichols funeral | Police News

Lawmakers and civil rights advocates in the United States are calling on President Joe Biden’s administration to do more to promote police reform after the violent arrest of a black motorist in Memphis this month renewed calls to end police brutality in the country. Speaking at the funeral of Tire Nichols, who died after police … Read more

Silent protest as junta extends state of emergency on anniversary of takeover

The announcement, on the anniversary of the military takeover in 2021 by the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi, will be seen as an admission of the military’s failure to quell widespread opposition to military rule, including the increasingly challenging armed resistance as well as nonviolent protests and civil disobedience. State media said the … Read more

Green and black hammer Canberra

CANBERRA United’s A-League Women’s season has sunk to a new low, thrashed 5-0 by Western United at their home ground in a second consecutive embarrassing defeat. A week after a shock 5–0 defeat at previously winless Wellington, Canberra were once again sidelined, scoring a further five goals in the first half as they struggled to … Read more