Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions, including continuous monitoring of the baby’s heart rate and caesarean sections.… Read more Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

RAF-Terror: Die “Landshut” kommt zurück nach Deutschland

Laut Außenminister Gabriel wird das Flugzeug ab Herbst in einem Museum am Bodensee ausgestellt werden. 1977 war es von palästinensischen Terroristen entführt worden. Außenminister Sigmar Gabriel (SPD) hat angekündigt, dass das 1977 von Terroristen entführte Flugzeug Landshut in Kürze nach Deutschland zurückgeholt wird. “Die Lufthansa wird demnächst ein Team hinschicken, um die Demontage zu beginnen… Read more RAF-Terror: Die “Landshut” kommt zurück nach Deutschland

Barnaby Joyce: NZ confirms Australian deputy PM is dual citizen

Holding public office as a dual citizen is not allowed under Australia’s constitution. New Zealand’s government has confirmed that Australia’s deputy prime minister, Barnaby Joyce, is a dual citizen. Dual citizens are not allowed to run for public office under Australia’s constitution. Mr Joyce revealed earlier that he may have New Zealand citizenship by descent,… Read more Barnaby Joyce: NZ confirms Australian deputy PM is dual citizen

10 Things to Know for Today

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. WHO UNITED AGAINST WHITE NATIONALISTS Opponents of the Virginia event that descended into chaos included clergy, students, Black Lives Matter activists, armed militia members and protesters with an anti-fascist movement. 2. WHAT TRUMP IS BEING CALLED TO… Read more 10 Things to Know for Today

Charlottesville: White House defends Trump response

The president was criticised for not saying enough to condemn the far-right violence in Charlottesville. The White House has defended President Donald Trump’s reaction to deadly violence over a white supremacist rally in Virginia, amid criticism he did not explicitly condemn far-right groups. But a spokesman said his condemnation included white supremacists. A woman was… Read more Charlottesville: White House defends Trump response