Queen makes last journey out of London to Windsor after state funeral

Queen Elizabeth II left London for the last time on Monday after a funeral procession through the streets watched by ten of millions of people in Britain and around the world. After her State Funeral at Westminster Abbey, the late monarch’s coffin was borne on the State Gun Carriage, for a final journey pulled by … Read more

Ahed Tamimi’s memoir is a call to action for all Gen Z to stand with Palestinians

At the time of the confrontation, the 16-year-old girl was indignant over news that an Israeli soldier had shot her younger cousin Mohammad in the head with a rubber-coated bullet, seriously wounding him. It wasn’t the first time Tamimi stood up to an armed soldier, nor was it the first time such an encounter had … Read more

History Book: An Olympic attack

MARY REICHARD, HOST: Today is Monday, September 5th. Happy Labor Day. This is The World and Everything in It from listener-supported WORLD Radio. I’m Mary Reichard. NICK EICHER, HOST: And I’m Nick Eicher. Up next, the WORLD History Book. Today, the launch of a deep space probe, and the death of India’s most famous nun. … Read more

Fifty years after Munich massacre, Israeli victims’ families say deal with Germany is a step toward justice

An Israeli flag lies on Aug. 30 at the Munich memorial to the massacre at the 1972 Olympics. Eleven Israeli athletes died in the bloody conclusion to a hostage standoff with Palestinian extremists.Leonhard Simon/Getty Images When Ankie Spitzer entered the bloodstained, ransacked apartment in the Olympic Village in Munich, she made a promise to herself … Read more

NASA releases stunning new image of the Phantom Galaxy by the Webb telescope

The galaxy is located in the constellation Pisces, according to the European Space Agency, which collaborates with NASA on both the Hubble Telescope and the James Webb Telescope. The Phantom Galaxy, formally known as M74, is a kind of spiral galaxy known as a “grand design spiral.” This means that it has well-defined spiral arms, … Read more

At least 23 people dead, 140 injured in violent conflict between rival militias in Libyan capital of Tripoli

Intense fighting erupted in the capital overnight as rival parties exchanged intense gunfire and several loud explosions resounded across the city. Pictures and videos circulating on social media show the extent of the clashes in Libya as dozens of buildings, including residential buildings, have been destroyed, with several cars smashed and destroyed. The UN-backed Government … Read more

See what Alexander Dugin said about Trump and Putin in 2017

CNN’s Clarissa Ward interviewed Alexander Dugin an influential Russian philosopher and Putin ally in 2017, shortly after former President Trump took office. Dugin says he was a supporter of President Trump’s nationalist philosophy and predicted that Putin and Trump would forge a new world order. Source: CNN

Manuel Tiago’s ‘Eulalia’s House’ translator reflects on one of his best books – People’s World

Artist: José Luis Rey Vila / From the portfolio, ‘Estampas de la Revolución Española 19 Julio de 1936,’ (‘Prints of the Spanish Revolution, July 19, 1936’). As Eulalia’s House has just come off the press, I want to introduce it to English-language readers with some personal reflections as its translator. A parent, asked which of … Read more

Summer Tours: Ireland top the rankings, England kick on, Wales unfortunate, Scotland throw it away | Rugby Union News

Johnny Sexton and Courtney Lawes led Ireland and England to series victories, while Dan Biggar’s Wales performed well in South Africa We look at where Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland stand following a thrilling month of three-Test series in the southern hemisphere, live on Sky Sports… Ireland’s history makers; England deliver when needed Ahead of … Read more