Posts published in Day: April 15, 2021

EXCLUSIVE: Pregnant single mother raided by FBI faces over 30 years in prison

By Cassandra Fairbanks on Thursday, April 15, 2021

Felicia Konold of Arizona was on a road trip celebrating being alive after a bad accident left her with a broken back and half of her face ripped off in 2020. Konold had never travelled before, so for the first time in her life she has been taking road trips through the country that she loves so dearly with her brother — while also homeschooling her 10-year-old son. When Konold…

General Flynn Calls For Investigation Into SPARS 2025-2028 (Video)

Thursday, April 15, 2021

In a recent interview, General Flynn encouraged listeners to watch Alex Jones’ 90-minute SPARS 2025-2028 pandemic breakdown and defended the credibility of Infowars’ research and analysis of the COVID-19 pandemic. The excerpt from his interview is presented here along with a boil down of the full presentation that links a 2017 pandemic ‘exercise’ to exact events that have occurred during the overhyped and synthetic COVID-19 health emergency used to roll…

Bolt testing car rental in Estonia

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Bolt will trial rental cars in Estonia this summer in addition to its scooters and taxis. ERR reported on Thursday that a large number of vehicles with “Bolt Drive” branding can be seen on the Moller Auto Mustamäe car park. Tarvi Hirv, a member of the management board of Moller Auto Tallinn OÜ, could not say how many cars had been ordered due to the conditions of the contract. However,…

Pfizer vaccine may put people at higher risk for COVID variants, Israeli study shows

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Israeli researchers found people who received two doses of the Pfizer vaccine were eight times more likely to be infected with the South African variant, and people who received one dose of the vaccine were more likely to get the UK variant. A new study by Israeli researchers found that a South African variant of COVID may put people who have been vaccinated with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at higher risk…

Specialists in Vilnius have identified two of Euromonitor’s Global Consumer Trends

By Bogdanas Poletajevas on Thursday, April 15, 2021

Global Consumer Trends in Eastern Europe As Euromonitor’s Global Consumer Trends 2021 show, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has had a profound impact on consumer behaviour, forcing businesses to readjust strategies and accommodate newfound demand. While the pandemic has shaped trends on a global level, there are often regional variations and notable differences in consumer response within these broad patterns. Our team of specialists in Vilnius have identified two of Euromonitor’s Global Consumer…

Vidzeme University helps teachers and pupils with online classes

Thursday, April 15, 2021

In solidarity with high-school teachers, for whom this period of remote training is not easy, Vidzeme University has developed classes and lectures for pupils of classes 9-12, thereby supplementing the school material, Latvian Radio reported April 15. Mefats Šabani is a Master’s student of Cybersecurity Engineering at Vidzeme University and has also engaged in developing classes. His topic is data security on the Internet, social networks, which is particularly important at the moment, when school…

Latvia: Tree felling banned until end of June

Thursday, April 15, 2021

From Thursday, April 15, until June 30, the annual ban period has been established throughout Latvia, during which felling of trees growing outside the forest is prohibited. Infringement of the rules may result in a penalty of up to €700 per tree for individuals and up to €1400 for legal persons. Riga City Construction Board spokesman Edgars Butāns said that in order to control compliance with the rules, the Construction Board will…

Reducing harm due to alcohol: success stories from Lithuania, Russia and Scotland

Thursday, April 15, 2021

The WHO-recommended “best buys” for alcohol policy can easily help countries to reduce health harms related to alcohol consumption. But according to the new WHO/Europe report “Making the WHO European Region SAFER. Developments in alcohol control policies, 2010–2019”, not many Member States use these measures. Experience from Lithuania, Scotland and the Russian Federation shows how effective they can be when countries choose to implement them. The WHO European Region has…

Turkey, Lithuania to hold political consultations

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Turkey and Lithuania will hold political consultations virtually on Thursday under the chairmanship of the countries’ high-level officials, according to a statement by the Turkish Foreign Ministry. The consultations between the countries will be held virtually under the chairmanship of Ambassador Faruk Kaymakci, Turkey’s deputy foreign minister and director for EU affairs, and Arnoldas Pranckevicius, the state secretary of Lithuania’s Foreign Ministry, said the statement. It said that “all aspects”…

Former President of Latvia: Vaccines should be accessible to the general population

Thursday, April 15, 2021

The possibility to get a vaccine should be given to everyone who wants it, former President of Latvia, doctor Valdis Zatlers told Latvian Television April 15. In his opinion, Latvia should abandon the principle of “you are entitled, you are not entitled” to a vaccine against Covid-19. Those people who want to be vaccinated should be given this opportunity as soon as possible, but those who do not may be left…