Russia’s top doctor quits over ‘gross violations’ of ethics that rushed through Covid-19 ‘vaccine’ 

Russia‘s leading respiratory doctor has quit over ‘gross violations’ of medical ethics that rushed through Putin’s coronavirus ‘vaccine’.  Professor Alexander Chuchalin quit the Russian health ministry’s ethics council after making a fierce attack on the new Sputnik V drug ahead of the body approving its registration.  Amid deep scepticism among Western experts over the drug, … Read more Russia’s top doctor quits over ‘gross violations’ of ethics that rushed through Covid-19 ‘vaccine’ 

Don’t call me shorty: Stumpy cat called Manchester with 4-inch legs becomes an Instagram star

Don’t call me shorty: Stumpy cat called Manchester with 4-inch legs becomes an Instagram star Manchester is a mix between two breeds – a Scottish straight and a Munchkin Alexander Ushakov, from Moscow, named his cat after Manchester United  He set up the Instagram because he felt Manchester was ‘cute enough to please other people’ and … Read more Don’t call me shorty: Stumpy cat called Manchester with 4-inch legs becomes an Instagram star

Russia’s coronavirus ‘vaccine’ announced – but don’t dismiss it just yet, writes BEN SPENCER 

Russia’s coronavirus ‘vaccine’ announced by Vladimir Putin is shrouded in secrecy – but don’t dismiss it just yet, writes BEN SPENCER By Ben Spencer for the Daily Mail Published: 23:24 BST, 11 August 2020 | Updated: 01:47 BST, 12 August 2020 Russia‘s claims to have created the world’s first coronavirus vaccine should not be dismissed … Read more Russia’s coronavirus ‘vaccine’ announced – but don’t dismiss it just yet, writes BEN SPENCER 

20 laundry nightmares that are as funny as they are relatable 

It all comes out in the wash! People share their hilariously relatable laundry fails – from exploding pillows to shrunken jumpers and disappearing socks People from all over the world have shared their most hilarious laundry fails   Includes a man from New York who gave his shrunk sweater to his cute dog In Russia, woman … Read more 20 laundry nightmares that are as funny as they are relatable 

Shipwreck of 18th century floating gin palace bound for Tsarist Russia found in Gulf of Finland

By JOE DAVIES FOR MAILONLINE  Britain’s gin industry has been booming for a decade and there is no sign of the trend slowing down. In 2019, the Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) valued gin sales in the UK at £2.3billion, with more than 76 million bottles sold — 10 million more than in the … Read more Shipwreck of 18th century floating gin palace bound for Tsarist Russia found in Gulf of Finland

Lion cub subjected to horrific abuse in Russia will be flown for new life in Africa 

A lion cub called Simba subjected to horrific cruelty in Russia is to be flown to Africa to start a new life. The tortured animal’s legs were deliberately broken to stop it running away while being exploited on beaches as a photo prop for tourists. Holidaymakers paid to have their pictures taken with the cute … Read more Lion cub subjected to horrific abuse in Russia will be flown for new life in Africa 

Trump says if Biden were president China would own the US

President Donald Trump has insisted that neither China nor Russia want him to be reelected, claiming that China would ‘own’ the U.S. if Joe Biden were elected to the presidency. ‘If Joe Biden was president, China would own our country,’ Trump said in remarks at a press conference on Friday night, responding to reports about … Read more Trump says if Biden were president China would own the US

Twitter adds labels to state-backed media and editors as well as government accounts

Twitter has unveiled new labels marking the tweets and accounts of ‘state-backed media’ as well as official government entities, in a move it says will ‘increase transparency and accountability.’ Twitter on Thursday announced the new steps to prevent the spread of content from state-affiliated media used to advance a government’s political agenda — a move … Read more Twitter adds labels to state-backed media and editors as well as government accounts

Twitter adds labels to state-controlled media outlets like China Daily and Sputnik

Twitter adds labels to state-controlled media outlets like China Daily and Sputnik in a bid to combat foreign influence and misinformation on its platform Twitter announced it is adding labels to state-controlled media outlets  Labels are applied to accounts from the countries of the UN Security Council This includes China, France, Russian Federation, the UK and … Read more Twitter adds labels to state-controlled media outlets like China Daily and Sputnik

Beirut explosion: Russian who owned explosives is questioned

The Russian businessman whose explosives blew up Beirut’s port has been interviewed by police at his home in Cyprus – but is likely to avoid any charges. Igor Grechushkin was asked a ‘list of questions’ by Cypriot investigators in Limassol this afternoon on behalf of the Lebanese authorities, MailOnline can reveal. A cargo of 2,750 … Read more Beirut explosion: Russian who owned explosives is questioned