Hillsong founder says vaccine is 'personal decision' after member dies of COVID
The founder of controversial megachurch Hillsong has defended a recently deceased congregant's fatal refusal to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by calling the choice a "personal decision."
Bayern Munich first teamers back at the Sabener Strasse
The long wait has come to an end! Bayern Munich 's core are going to integrate with the rest of the team soon.
'Dune' and 'Spencer' to Debut at a Starry Venice Film Festival
Hollywood blockbusters are back on the program after a less celebrity-driven edition last year, but the event will still be far from business as usual.
Germany: Counties with High Infection Numbers Tighten Corona Rules
Berlin, July 26th, 2021 (The Berlin Spectator) - On average, the Incidence in Germany doubles every twelve days right now. In Solingen, where the Incidence stands at 67.2, things are far worse.
How Tokyo Olympic athletes deal with the loud sounds of silence
The gray, bustling city gives way to a wooded park, green and alive with the whir of cicadas, an unexpected oasis amid tall buildings.
Berlin Brandenburg Airport: Passenger Numbers Explode
In spite of the deteriorating Corona situation in Germany, lots of passengers are being counted these days at BER, the new airport for the Berlin Brandenburg region.
Sydney police fine hundreds of anti-lockdown protesters for 'filthy, risky behaviour'
Hundreds of fines have been issued and dozens charged in Sydney after anti-lockdown protesters marched and clashed with police in what one deputy commissioner called "violent, filthy, risky behaviour".
Tens of thousands protest against Macron's health pass in France
In France, where police deployed teargas and water cannon against some protesters, an estimated 160,000 took to the streets in nationwide protests against President Emmanuel Macron's health pass that will drastically curtail access to restaurants and public spaces for unvaccinated people.
What Could've Been - Cubs/Cardinals Series Review: Cubs Lose Series 3-1
What once could've been two teams fighting for the top of the division just a few months ago has now devolved into two teams with no playoff hopes playing a meaningless series of late-July baseball.
Conservative children's publisher Brave Books debuts with 'Elephants Are Not Birds'
A new conservative publishing house wants to get the "wokeness" out of bedtime.