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Posted on 02/28/2024 19:06 PM (ZENIT – English)
Chinese influencers are asking followers to be careful after the leaked information from a hacking firm with ties to Chinese authorities was released. Teacher Li, who documented the anti-lockdown protests on Twitter, saw the number of their followers drop from 1.6 million to 1.4 million. The data leak also shows the breadth of China's cyber activities, including against foreign governments.
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Posted on 02/28/2024 19:03 PM (ZENIT – English)
In Alabama, three bills to protect IVF moved out of committee in both the state House and Senate. They would provide civil and criminal immunity to IVF providers as long as they followed commonly accepted standards of care.
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Posted on 02/28/2024 08:30 AM ()
Warning against profound injustices existent in our times, Pope Francis sends video message to the Pan-American Committee of Judges for Social Rights and Franciscan Doctrine in Argentina, and encourages them in their work to protect the rights of the vulnerable and suffering.
Posted on 02/28/2024 08:22 AM ()
When you sip tea, remember what goes into its production: stories of slavery affecting entire families.
Posted on 02/28/2024 07:58 AM ()
Ten foundations, religious associations, universities and NGOs are the latest entities to be banned by Nicaragua’s government.
Posted on 02/28/2024 07:35 AM ()
The desperate humanitarian crisis in Gaza requires a massive and immediate response according to the humanitarian organization Save the Children, which is calling for an end to restrictions that are hampering the delivery of emergency aid. An estimated 12,500 children have died since the start of the conflict on 7 October 2023.
Posted on 02/28/2024 06:12 AM ()
Following the weekly General Audience, Pope Francis, who has been suffering from mild flu symptoms in the past days, visits Rome’s Gemelli Hospital on the Tiber Island for some diagnostic tests.
Posted on 02/28/2024 05:23 AM ()
Marking the upcoming anniversary of the Ottawa Mine Ban Treaty Pope Francis expresses sympathy for the victims of anti-personnel mines “that continue to target civilians years after hostilities end”, and he gives thanks to those who work in demining.
Posted on 02/28/2024 05:12 AM ()
The Archive of the House of the Superior General of the Society of Jesus signs an agreement with the US Holocaust Memorial Museum to digitize archival material related to the Holocaust.
Posted on 02/28/2024 04:33 AM ()
“How many conflicts and massacres have we witnessed, always tragic and always pointless?” the Pope asks. “Let us all take up the cry for peace."