NORWAY (From Veronica)
Last week’s International Women’s Day saw mobilizations far beyond the traditional women’s movement due to the government’s move to introduce a new law that makes it legal for GPs to refuse to refer women to an abortion provider.
As in Norway, on International Women’s Day, thousands gathered in demonstrations around the country to protest against the government’s plan to outlaw nearly all abortions
After the Catholic Church announced it had defrocked six priests accused of sex abuse in the Puerto Rican town of Arecibo, and local prosecutors disclosed that at least 11 other priests are under investigation, U.S. authorities acknowledge that they, too, are looking into abuse allegations by priests.
A man who calls himself Raja Bomoh Sedunia Nujum VIP conducted rituals with coconuts and magic carpets and walking stick at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport to help locate the missing plane.
Not to be outdone, Uri Geller says he has been asked to help find the missing Malaysia Airlines plane. Unfortunately, a lot of people won’t find this as ridiculous as the coconuts and magic walking stick thing.
A Zimbabwean prophet has launched a $1.5 million legal claim against a South African sports broadcaster after it claimed he had predicted that Liverpool would win this season’s English Premier League.
The Scottish police department and advocacy groups have launched a new anti-rape public awareness campaign that is not targeted at potential victims.
Featured Image: Ingunn Andersen / NRK Demostrations in Oslo