US Say UFOs remain unexplained but are no evidence of aliens

Former President Barack Obama said ‘What is true… is that there’s footage and records of objects in the skies that we don’t know exactly what they are.’ There is no evidence that unexplained aerial phenomena spotted in recent years by US military personnel are aliens, an upcoming government report quoted by The New York Times Thursday said,… Continue reading US Say UFOs remain unexplained but are no evidence of aliens

UK Gov considers vaccine passports for use at large events

This follows news of COVID-19 restrictions remaining for four weeks after 21 June. A Whitehall source has said that vaccine passports could be used at large events, such as sports matches and concerts. No formal decision has yet been made and a review of the use of vaccine certificates in England is expected to confirm… Continue reading UK Gov considers vaccine passports for use at large events

Switzerland Announces Plans to Reopen to Vaccinated Americans Starting June 28

All travelers who enter the country by air will be required to complete an online entry form. Switzerland plans to ease border Switzerland Plans to Welcome Vaccinated U.S. Tourists Starting June 28, the latest country to welcome back Americans this summer. The country, known for its breathtaking Alps, gorgeous national parks, and world-renowned chocolate, will plan to… Continue reading Switzerland Announces Plans to Reopen to Vaccinated Americans Starting June 28

Sweden’s Vässla raises $11M to transform from a direct-to-consumer retail model into a rental platform

Macro trends are now crystal clear! Cities grow, traffic congestions are escalating, and the planet suffers. Global warming has become one of the biggest concerns.  As a result, micromobility is fast redefining the first and last-mile travels in urban areas across many countries.   In fact, e-mopeds and e-scooters have emerged as an effective alternative for short-distance commuting… Continue reading Sweden’s Vässla raises $11M to transform from a direct-to-consumer retail model into a rental platform

Thousands Protest Against Spain’s Pardons for Jailed Catalan Leaders

Tens of thousands of Spaniards protest in Madrid on Sunday against government plans to pardon 12 Catalan politicians who were convicted over the region’s failed independence bid in 2017, a move the demonstrators see as a threat to national unity. Opposition lawmakers from the conservative People’s Party (PP), the far-right Vox party and the centrist Ciudadanos joined the rally in Madrid’s central… Continue reading Thousands Protest Against Spain’s Pardons for Jailed Catalan Leaders

Norway, the world’s ‘most sustainable country,’ will continue drilling for oil

Norway is considered to be the most sustainable country in the world, and that reputation is well deserved. Except in one area, that is. Much of the Scandinavian nation’s wealth comes from its undersea oil fields and Norway’s government has announced that it will continue its drilling and oil exploration operations in coming decades as part of… Continue reading Norway, the world’s ‘most sustainable country,’ will continue drilling for oil

New Zealand government to pay $6,000 rebate to EV buyers

In May 2016, the Kiwi government introduced its Electric Vehicles Programme, aiming to reach 64,000 EVs by 2021. But despite the gradual and steady increase in electric vehicle registrations since then, the target wasn’t met – according to the Ministry of Transport, there are now 27,436 EVs on the country’s roads. To boost the adoption of… Continue reading New Zealand government to pay $6,000 rebate to EV buyers

The Netherlands to relax many lockdown rules on June 26

The Dutch government plans to accelerate its lockdown exit strategy by moving forward with steps four and five of its plan on Saturday, June 26, government sources told broadcasters NOS and RTL Nieuws on Monday. The decision will expand the opening hours for hospitality businesses and performance venues, and will increase the number of people… Continue reading The Netherlands to relax many lockdown rules on June 26

‘Eyimofe’ set to premiere in Benelux nations as MOOOV secures distribution deal

Arie Esiri and Chuko Esiri’s critically acclaimed directorial debut ‘Eyimofe’ (This is my Desire) is set to premiere in Benelux nations; Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. According to reports, distribution rights to the film was acquired by Belgian distribution company, MOOOV. The Nigerian feature’s theatrical release has now been set for the Spring of 2022.… Continue reading ‘Eyimofe’ set to premiere in Benelux nations as MOOOV secures distribution deal

Italian actress Gaia Girace and Wim Wenders Filmed Salvatore Ferragamo’s Fall 2021

Italian actress Gaia Girace and Swedish actor and musician Felix Sandman are the protagonists of the campaign. Salvatore Ferragamo has tapped Wim Wenders to shoot its fall 2021 advertising campaign. The acclaimed director filmed and shot Italian actress Gaia Girace and Swedish actor and musician Felix Sandman, member of boy band FO&O, in Milan, which served as the set of a… Continue reading Italian actress Gaia Girace and Wim Wenders Filmed Salvatore Ferragamo’s Fall 2021