Human trial for coronavirus vaccine starts in Queensland

Human trial for coronavirus vaccine starts in Queensland on 120 volunteers – and if successful it could be rolled out within months Vaccine has been created by University of Queensland scientists  and CSL   Some 120 volunteers in Herston, Brisbane will have the vaccine injected  If successful, the vaccine could be rolled

Inside horror of fur farms where suffering minks and foxes resort to cannibalism

Mink and foxes are being kept in horrific conditions at Finnish fur farms that supply the UK market. The animals were filmed suffering painful wounds and even resorting to cannibalism because they were so distressed, campaigners claim. Mink lay dead in their tiny, filthy cages and others had ­injuries including

Single dad faces human rights complaint for asking about babysitter’s gender

A single father in Canada may have violated his province’s human rights act by asking about the gender and age of a potential babysitter, according to a lawsuit. The father, identified only as Todd, is being investigated by the Alberta Human Rights Commission after a complaint was filed against him

Human leg, other body parts found in Coney Island: cops

A human leg was found Thursday in Coney Island — and cops believe there’s even more remains stuck in a jetty next to the aquarium, according to police sources. “We think there may be more,” a source told The Post. “They can see it’s in [the rocks].” Authorities had been

Human trafficking in America among worst in world: report

Advocates working to put an end to human trafficking share their stories ‘Fox Report’s’ in-depth coverage of the human trafficking crisis continues. The United States is again ranked as one of the worst countries in the world for human trafficking. According to a recently released report by the State Department,

Deployed U.S. Army Husband & Pregnant Wife Get Surprise Sex Reveal — with Help from a Killer Whale

Though they’re thousands of miles apart, an Army couple got the surprise of a lifetime at SeaWorld on Monday. Madison Hardy was newly married and feeling lonely. Her Army infantryman husband, Colt, had unexpectedly been deployed to the Middle East in late December. Four weeks later she learned she was