Marc Tarabella’s preventive detention prolonged for an additional month.

The Belgian federal prosecutor’s office is investigating alleged acts of corruption within the European Parliament, and MEP Marc Tarabella is among those charged in this case. However, Tarabella claims to be innocent and denies any involvement in the corruption. Several other individuals have also been charged in this case, including former MEP Pier Antonio Panzeri, … Read more

Claims to ban the use of electric shocks to treat mental illness

MPs from across the political spectrum are calling for electric shock (ECT) to be used as a psychiatric treatment to be banned in England and want the practice urgently investigated. MPs told The Independent they were genuinely concerned that electroconvulsive therapy was being offered disproportionately to women, and indicated that patients were not properly informed … Read more

Has the ruling class in Lebanon begun to distance itself from Riad Salameh?

The European judicial delegation completed the second phase of investigations into the file of the Governor of the Banque du Liban, Riad Salameh, and listened to him for two consecutive days, with a first session that lasted six hours, followed by a second session that lasted about three hours, during which it asked 196 questions … Read more

Anxiety dominates European stocks for fear of the Fed’s next steps

European stocks and precious metals markets were affected today, Wednesday, by the future steps of the US Central Bank, in addition to the decline in the share of the “Adidas” sportswear company, after announcing plans to reduce its annual dividends, as the European “STOXX 600” index fell by 0.3 percent, reaching its lowest level. Within … Read more

A planet within a planet… What’s in Earth’s inner core?

In his classic 1864 novel Journey to the Center of the Earth, Jules Verne tells the story of two adventurers who descended through a volcano in Iceland to discover a vast world inhabited by prehistoric creatures and explore the planet’s inner structure. But the true center of the Earth has nothing to do with this … Read more

6 symptoms of oral cancer that you should know

According to new research published by the Oral Health Foundation, the incidence of oral cancer has grown exponentially, with 8,864 people in the UK diagnosed with the disease in 2021, an increase of 36 percent on the previous decade. With 3,034 deaths recorded within a year of contracting the disease, this represents a 40 percent … Read more