Australia Conservatives need to 'retake much of what's been lost' to the left
Life returns to Mozambique port city after bloody jihadist rule
A year after jihadist militants were driven out of Mocimboa da Praia, the port city in northern Mozambique is slowly coming back to life. In 2020, the group known locally as al-Shabab -- though with no links to the Somali militants of a similar name -- seized Mocimboa da Praia, and made it its main base. A year later, Rwandan troops deployed in support of Mozambican forces wrestled back control of the city, where an air of normality has since returned. Vehicles are a rare sight on the surrounding roads, but around 130,000 people have come back to their homes in Mocimboa and the neighbouring Palma district, according to the Rwandan army.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage says politicians campaigning upon conservative values are winning elections more frequently.
Mr Farage pointed to Italy, which is about to elect their first female prime minister Giorgia Meloni – who is a right-wing candidate, and Sweden which elected a non-Social Democrat Party candidate for the first time since 1945.
“All over the world we are seeing a move against globalism because what’s globalism done?”, he told Sky News host Paul Murray.
“It’s made the rich richer and disadvantaged absolutely everybody else.”
Mr Farage said countries like Australia and the United Kingdom are seeing candidates who “masquerade at election time as being conservative” but do not actually govern and champion conservative values.
Feeling burn out? These are the top 10 signs you need a holiday NOW .
A travel expert from ParkSleepFly has revealed the 10 signs that you are in need of a holiday.Experts from travel website ParkSleepFly found that while holidays are generally 'a want' rather than 'a need', research has shown they are key to functioning well and can help to prevent burnout and heart disease.