Security experts warn of another 9/11 style attack ahead of 20th anniversary & say airports are 'making same mistakes'

ANOTHER 9/11 style attack is just “a matter of time,” security experts have warned saying airports are still “making the same mistakes”. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents say that leaked figures from the organisation in 2015 and 2017 show that attempts by their “Red Team” of cover personnel to smuggle weapons, explosives and banned objects aboard flights succeeded sometimes up

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What Experts Noticed About Prince Harry’s Body Language During Prince Philip’s Funeral

After having stepped down from royal life and moving to California in 2020, Prince Harry is back in England to attend the funeral of his grandfather, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Because of Covid, the funeral could just allow 30 guests, and Harry’s wife Meghan Markle is pregnant and couldn’t get medical clearance to travel (via Elle). This is the

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Experts: More incursions likely before vaccines arrive

Leading Covid-19 experts say it’s highly likely New Zealand will see more incursions of the virus before vaccines can be rolled out, unless harder new measures are taken. Otago University epidemiologist Professor Michael Baker put this likelihood down to three factors – soaring overseas transmission; a rise in cases at the border, including higher-risk variants; and the ongoing potential for

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Public health experts blast Boris Johnson for ‘slow’ coronavirus response

The three men leading the United Kingdom’s response to the coronavirus pandemic — Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Health Secretary Matt Hancock and the chief medical officer, Chris Whitty — are doing so from quarantine after coming down with COVID-19 symptoms, and receiving strong criticism for not better protecting themselves from the disease. As cases continue to surge in the country,

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What Experts Want You To Know About The Australia Bushfires & Climate Change

The Australian bushfires continue to rage across hundreds of thousands of acres, destroying homes, killing up to a billion animals and risking the lives of thousands. It’s a full-blown crisis, and one that climate change scientists have been predicting for years. Now, as donations pour in to emergency services and anger grows at the Australian government’s attitude towards climate change,

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