R&D isoprene recovered from Bridgestone February 18, 2022 Bridgestone Corporation announced the launch of a joint research and development program with the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tohoku University, ENEOS Corporation and JGC HOLDINGS CORPORATION. This program aims
Prerequisites for Protests The widening gap between what can be considered economic successes and the low quality of life that the majority of the population must endure, coupled with a super-concentration of national wealth in the hands of the elite and an economy based on resources that depends on big
A documentary film about Alexei Navalny, who narrowly survived an apparent novichok poisoning attempt, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. The 90-minute film, simply titled Navalny, features flying footage of the Russian opposition leader, filmed during the several months he spent in Germany in late 2020 while recovering from poisoning.
Separately, the Federal Prison Service demanded that Navalny’s brother’s suspended sentence be turned into a prison sentence. Russian authorities have added imprisoned Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny and a handful of his allies to an official list of “terrorists and extremists”. Also on Tuesday, local news agencies reported that the Federal
A Russian court in Siberia has sentenced two Jehovah’s Witnesses to long prison terms in the latest persecution of members of the banned Christian group. The commission of inquiry noted on January 20, a court in the city of Seversk sentenced a Jehovah’s Witness to seven years in prison after
Mohamed Shaker, Egyptian Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy – DOSSIER CAIRO – January 11, 2022: Egypt’s Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy Mohamed Shaker revealed that Sinai has seen a large and unprecedented boom in the development of its power grids to be able to meet the needs of
Artists and sculptors traveled thousands of miles to Novosibirsk in Russia for this year’s Siberia Snow Sculpture Festival. Twenty-seven participants – including twelve schoolchildren – carve, slice and mold huge blocks of snow to create ice sculptures for the annual competition which will be judged this weekend. Competitors came from