PRAGUE – Ukrainian forces are showing signs of success on the battlefield in two counter-offensives, US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said, adding that the United States would support Kyiv in its fight against the invasion of Russian troops “as long as necessary”. Austin’s comments in Prague on September 9Read More →

Lorcan Walshe – The Artifacts Project The Hunt Museum is bringing ‘The Artefacts Project’ to Limerick from July 21 to September 11, giving visitors the chance to see familiar objects from pre-colonial Ireland in a different light. Lorcan Walshe’s “The Artefacts Project” works are inspired by indigenous craftsmanship and earlyRead More →

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu urges people to practice their religion and not slander the religious beliefs of others: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu said on Saturday that one can be proud and practice one’s religion but no one has the right to denigrate the religious beliefs of others. HeRead More →

Shinzo Abe’s attacker originally planned to attack religious group leader: Police | AP/PTI The man who fatally shot former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told police he originally planned to attack a leader of a religious group, Japanese media reported on Saturday, citing law enforcement sources. Tetsuya Yamagami, 41, alsoRead More →

A fired coach and administrator from the Douglas County School District filed a lawsuit in federal court last week against his former employer, alleging he fired him for his religious beliefs about a well-known theater production. known. Corey McNellis was fired from Parker’s Ponderosa High School in October 2020 afterRead More →