In the wake of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement of a complete lockdown of the United Kingdom, outbreaks of violence have been reported in the nation.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has essentially put the entire country under a house arrest in an attempt to halt the spread of the coronavirus.
Connections with China, an aged population, socialized medicine, and small personal space may explain why Italy could be ground zero for Wuhan virus mortality.
Researchers found that nearly all individuals who died of COVID-19 had a serious illness already. The average age of the victims was 79.5.
The European Union has closed its external borders in a desperate attempt to halt the spread of the coronavirus as Europe has now replaced China as the global epicenter of the pandemic.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has refused to take up the case of two Swedish nurses who have been denied employment because they refuse to assist abortions.
Italian officials are threatening citizens with a minimum 21 years in prison if they knowingly infect someone with a fatal case of COVID-19.
The knee-jerk reaction to the coronavirus pandemic is to call for all manner of statist restrictions on people. As Italy is demonstrating, this may not be the best strategy for dealing with the health crisis. On the other hand, the pandemic appears to be slowing in South Korea, which has taken a much-less heavy-handed approach. Why?
During a United Nations conference on counter-terrorism in Vienna, Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó branded the mass migration plan championed by the UN a “serious threat” to humanity.
Amid massive rallies, speeches, and other assorted pomp and circumstance, the United Kingdom has finally left the European Union.
Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage defended British sovereignty in his farewell speech to the EU, getting his microphone cut for waving the Union Jack.