BioNTech Uses mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine to Develop Effective Shot Against Malaria, Tuberculosis
Following the success from the Covid-19 vaccine, BioNtech said it will fund a research to develop effective shot against malaria and tuberculosis in Africa.
US To Send F-22 Fighter Jets Amid Tensions With China
This month, the U.S. Air Force will deploy over two dozens of F-22 stealth aircraft to a training exercise in the western Pacific.
Beijing Proposes Demands From Joe Biden; Vice Foreign Minister Says US in No Position to Lecture China
China has accused the United States of persecuting Beijing and appealed to Washington to remove tariffs and sanctions. The association between the two countries is important on a global scale and between the pair.
Angelina Jolie Scores Victory Over Brad Pitt Divorce After Court Disqualifies Judge for Committing "Ethical Breach"
Angelina Jolie scored victory over Bradd Pitt divorce as private judge John W. Ouderkirk became disqualified from handling the case.
Doomsday Plane: Russia Is Developing a New Military Aircraft
Russia is developing a new "Doomsday plane," a military aircraft that can act as a flying command and control center in the event of a catastrophe such as a nuclear war.
Russia, China Offer Support to Syria as Joe Biden Moves to Wind Down Afghanistan-Iraq War
Russia and China offered their support to Syria, while President Joe Biden vows that the US would complete its combat operation in Iraq by the end of the year.
Protesters Descend Outside White House, Accuse Joe Biden of Supporting Communism Amid Cuba Crisis
Protesters gathered in front of the White House to demand an end to the communist regime that kept Cuba isolated from the US, mocking President Joe Biden for not doing enough to press for change.
Biden Announces the End of Combat Role of US Troops in Iraq
President Joe Biden said Monday that the United States combat operation in Iraq would cease by the end of the year, a statement that reflects the realities on the ground rather than a significant change in U.S. strategy.
Man Kills, Buries Girlfriend in Wife's Grave Who Went Missing 2 Decades Ago so Police Can Find Her Bones Instead
When a woman unexpectedly disappeared, her boyfriend denied the police allegation. He then pleads guilty later and leads them to where he supposedly disposed of her body, but it turns out it was his missing wife of two decades.
French Parliament Approves Law Necessitating COVID-19 Passes for Restaurants, Domestic Travel; Bill Applies to Adults
The French parliament has approved a bill imposing to implement COVID-19 passes for people traveling within the country. It currently applies to adults, but the age range will be expanded.
Prince Harry's Memoir May Affect Prince Charles' Ascension, May Be Used Against the Royal Family, Expert Fears
A royal expert reportedly fears Prince Harry's memoir will destabilize the monarchy and cause problems with the Queen's power transfer to Prince Charles.
Should Xi Jinping Fear Domestic Problems Than Military Action in the South China Sea? Here's What Analysts Say
China’s Xi Jinping should fear domestic problems that beset mainland China than trouble in the South China Sea. Beijing will have to face what it is ignoring at the home front, with national affairs that are more volatile than ever.
Tunisian President Dismisses Prime Minister After Being Accused of "Coup"
The Tunisian President Kais Saied froze the parliament on Sunday. Crowds of people were protesting in the capital and other cities.
US Doctors Say Covid-19 Delta Variant More Dangerous Than Original With Slightly Different Symptoms
Health professionals have issued cautions that many patients may not recognize a different Covid-19 symptoms of Delta variant which may be worse than the other SARS-CoV-2 variants.
US Troops Will Continue to Launch Airstrikes Against Taliban If Needed
In the face of a massive Taliban assault, a top U.S. military commander says airstrikes would continue to help Afghan troops as the militia continues to advance.