A 300-Year-Old Drawing by decorative artist Tiepolo Hidden in an Attic at Weston Hall was Found, Worth £250,000
The residents of Weston Hall discover a 300-year-old drawing by decorative artist Tiepolo that has been forgotten until now. After examining the three-century-old artwork values at £250,000.
Moderna's COVID-19 Booster Shot Receives Authorization From FDA; Panel Recommends the Shot To Inoculate People Vulnerable to COVID-19
On Thursday, a major FDA panel voted in favor of recommended booster doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccination for a significant portion of the population.
Moderna, Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Work Better To Americans Vaccinated With J&J, US Study Claims
Those who got J&J's COVID-19 vaccine may benefit from a booster dose of Pfizer or Moderna, early findings from a US study revealed.
Two Centuries Old Shipwrecked Unearthed in Latvia Beach; Design Reveals of Royal Navy Origin
The origin of the shipwreck discovered at Daugavgrīva beach, located in Latvia close to Riga, was thought to be a lost Royal Navy ship. No one knows the source of the wreck definitely until investigated thoroughly.
Russia, WHO Differ on When Sputnik V Will Receive Approval; COVID-19 Vaccine Demonstrates 70% Efficacy Against Delta Variant
Russia is prepared to provide up to 300 million doses of its Sputnik V vaccine even if the World Health Organization has not yet approved the vaccine.
White House COVID-19 Task Force Urges State Leaders To Be Ready To Roll Out Vaccination Among Kids Next Month
The government has started preparing for the vaccine campaign with states, pharmacies, and medical organizations in anticipation of the FDA's approval.
The Roman Empire Conducted Previously Unheard of Genocidal Warfare Against Civilians in Southern Spain During the Punic Wars
The Roman Empire conducted genocidal warfare in Andalusia as part of the Punic Wars fought against Carthage. They wanted to deal a hard blow to the empire, bringing Hannibal, one of its greatest generals.
WHO Chief Criticizes Use of Vaccine Boosters in More Regions, Saying It's 'Immoral', 'Unfair'
The director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus criticized the continued administration of coronavirus booster shots as "immoral" and "unfair." The official had previously called to stop the use of a third vaccine injection amid the lack of supply in some countries.
Do Hidden Planets Exist? 4 Unexpected Radio Signals Can Confirm Their Presence
Astronomers recently discovered radio signals that may confirm the existence of hidden planets.
Gov. Greg Abbott Issues Executive Order That Prohibits Businesses in Texas From Requiring Employees, Consumers To Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued another executive order preventing the COVID-19 vaccine mandate from being imposed in the state.
British Government Criticized For Failing To Act Quickly Amid A Rapid Rise of COVID-19 Cases
The British government's response to COVID-19 was criticized in a 150-page report released on Tuesday.
UN Asks Moderna To Share Its COVID-19 Vaccine Formula; Pharmaceutical Company Refuses But Plans To Increase Production
Moderna said that it has no intention of sharing its vaccine formula with other firms but is willing to increase its production.
WHO To Investigate Bat Caves and Breeding Farms in Hubei As Possibility of COVID-19 Sources; China Rejects Request for Probe Access
Beijing did not approve the WHO to investigate bat caves and breeding farms in Hubei province. Aside from the WIV, the bat caves have been mentioned as a source of the virus but not followed up seriously.
Fauci Receives Widespread Criticism For 'Giving Blessing' to Kids for Halloween; Residents Argue 'No One Asked Him'
The top infectious disease expert in the United States, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said that it was safe enough for American children to celebrate Halloween and go trick-or-treating. However, the medical professional received widespread criticism, with many online users arguing that "no one asked him."
Did Spies Who Stole the Data From a Pharmaceutical Company To Make Sputnik V Get Support From the Kremlin?
An alleged theft by spies who stole the data to make Sputnik V under the auspices of the Kremlin the information acquired came from the multinational pharmaceutical company, Oxford/ AstraZeneca that served as the initial template.