North Korea apologizes for shooting of South Korea official

The death of a goverment employee was an unfortunate event that should never happened, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has said. Troops reportedly shot the man more than 10 times as part of coronavirus control measures. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un issued an apology Friday over the shooting of a South Korean government … Read more

Deuxmoi: The Mystery Gossip Queen Exposing Celebs During the Pandemic

Leonardo DiCaprio loves having sex with his headphones on. A Real Housewife runs a NXIVM-style diet program. Jay Cutler is dating “White Power Barbie.” Vince Vaughn is quite rude to his fans. And Senator Lindsey Graham goes maskless in airports. I owe all of this juicy gossip to Deuxmoi, a highly addictive Instagram account that’s … Read more

Fridays for Future protests — live updates

School students around the world have returned to the streets for a global day of climate action. It’s the first Fridays for Future strike since the coronavirus pandemic forced activists to move their protests online. Students in Asia and Australia have kicked off protests Climate strikes are planned in more than 3,000 locations around the … Read more

“Thank you, marshals!” BMW Motorsport and ILN thank the marshals at the Nürburgring 24 Hours.

50 years of the Nürburgring 24 Hours (GER), 50 years since the first overall victory for BMW. The fact that this year’s event on the Nordschleife is able to celebrate these two special anniversaries is largely down to the support of the marshals. Through their voluntary work around the circuit and their passion for the … Read more

Trump Campaign Uses Russian Footage in Ad—Again

An advertisement for President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign emphasizes that he is the only candidate whose economic plan will be “made in the USA”—but part of the ad itself was made in Russia. Eight seconds into Trump’s latest ad boosting his work on the economy, wordily titled “We built the greatest economy in world history … Read more

Coronavirus makes ‘modern slaves’ of ship crews, UN told

Long trapped on ships by COVID-19 travel curbs, 400,000 seafarers are desperate for crew changes, a special UN meeting has been told. The global ITF union warns that fatigue could lead to accidents and oil spills. Shipping sector unions and executives, joined by UN chief Antonia Guterres, on Thursday urged governments hesitant over coronavirus risks … Read more

LEO Pharma strengthens global leadership team with appointment of new Executive Vice President, Global Therapeutic & Value Strategy

LEO Pharma A/S today announced that Becki Morison will join the Global Leadership Team as Executive Vice President, Global Therapeutic & Value Strategy, effective October 1. Morison joins LEO Pharma from Eli Lilly, where she was VP, US Immunology. Prior to that, she held several leadership positions in the US, Australia as well as in … Read more

Fox’s Judge Nap: ‘I Would Have Indicted All Three’ Cops in Breonna Taylor Case

Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano diverged from the consensus opinion of his colleagues on the Breonna Taylor decision, saying Thursday that he would have personally “indicted all three” police officers involved in her death. After a Kentucky grand jury decided not to charge any of the three Louisville Metro police officers with … Read more

Brazil: Rio postpones carnival over coronavirus

For the first time in over 100 years, the famous street parade has been suspended. The celebration was due to be held in February and officials have not yet set a new date. Rio de Janeiro’s world famous carnival parade will not take place in February 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, officials announced Thursday. … Read more