North Korea's Reported Nuclear Reprocessing Worries Pentagon
After the nuclear watchdog of the United Nations indicated that there is a possibility that North Korea is reprocessing nuclear fuel, the Pentagon has expressed concern regarding the Hermit state’s nuclear activities.
US Air Force Assembles First Airborne Laser Mounted on Fighter Aircrafts
The US Air Force builds its first airborne laser mounted on fighter craft. It will be used to take out air-to-air missiles and other threats faced by US assets.
Japanese Woman Dies of Brain Hemorrhage Three Days After Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine
Three days after getting inoculated with Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, a woman from Japan who is in her 60s died of a brain hemorrhage.
Nigerian Governor: 279 Schoolgirls Kidnapped by Extremists Freed
A Nigerian state governor announced on Tuesday that hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls abducted the previous week from a boarding school in the nation's northwest have been released. The West African nation is currently facing a succession of school kidnappings.
South Korea Investigates Deaths of Two Patients who Received AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine
Health officials in South Korea investigate two citizens' deaths in nursing home care who both died within days after receiving AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine.
Prince Harry Told To Go Home, Say Goodbye To Prince Philip
Royals are concerned with Prince Philip's condition that Prince Harry was being urged to return to the United Kingdom to bid "goodbye" to his grandfather.
Alibaba's Jack Ma Loses Title as China's Richest Man
Alibaba's Jack Ma is no longer China's richest man. He lost his title after his empire underwent scrutiny by Chinese regulators.
US Army Develops ‘THOR’ Microwave Anti-Drone Weapon Against Hostile Enemy Attacks
The US Army creates a ‘THOR’ Microwave Anti-Drone Weapon, which is made to knock out enemy drones. The anticipation of future weapons like drones for use against troops and equipment is something out of a sci-fi movie.
Canada Vaccine Committee Against Administering AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine to 65 and Above
Canada's National Advisory Committee on Immunization released new measures on Monday that advise against inoculating seniors who are aged 65 and older with AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine. It cited a lack of information regarding the efficacy in that certain age group.
Security Forces Continue Search for 300 Girls Abducted in Nigeria, Parents Wait for their Daughters' Return
Families of more than 300 girls abducted in Nigeria from their boarding school in the Northwest region of the country continue to wait for news as security forces continue their search for the missing students.
Threat from China Prompts US Government to Enhance Rare Earth Mining
The threat from China should push the United States to increase rare earth mining more. Control and distribution should be taken away from China to prevent it from influencing the US.
Ex-French President Nicolas Sarkozy Convicted of Corruption, Not Likely to Spend Time in Jail
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was sentenced to three years in jail for graft and power peddling on Monday, but the term was postponed for two years.
Chinese Armed Forces Vow to Keeps 'Every Inch' of Ancestors' Land in Asia
As the extended territorial disputes continue pitting powers against one another in Asia, Chinese armed forces vowed not to lose a single inch of their ancestors' land and even annex new ones.
GOP Cassidy Declares Donald Trump Won’t Be the 2024 Nominee, Other Republicans Disagree
GOP Cassidy who voted to convict Trump said that he wouldn’t be nominated for GOP presidential candidate in 2024. He said this on CNN, which is one of the media outlets known to be always in favor of the liberals.
Golden Globes 2021: Nominees and Winners per Category
After being postponed for almost two months due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 78th Golden Globes 2021 were held on Sunday night. Here is the list of nominees and winners per category.