Iran’s President Rouhani Vows to Avenge Assassination of Top Nuclear Scientist, Accuses Israel of the Attack
Following the death and suspected assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, President Hassan Rouhani of Iran vowed that there would be retaliation, Saturday.
WHO: 'Highly Speculative’ to Say COVID-19 Did Not Emerge in China
The World Health Organization (WHO)'s top emergency expert stated it would be "highly speculative" for the global health agency to say COVID-19 did not emerge in China. The novel coronavirus was first identified in a food market in the Chinese city of Wuhan last December 2019.
United Airlines Flies Pfizers COVID-19 Vaccine Across the United States
United Airlines Holdings Inc. on Friday reportedly started operating charter flights to prepare Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate for dissemination once the immunization is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
National Zoo Reveals Name of Giant Panda Cub Based on His Birth
The giant panda cub of the National Zoo officially has a name. On Monday, the DC zoo revealed the 3-month-old panda cub's name after a voting period.
Iran Scientist's Assassination Puts at Risk US-Iran Negotiations
The murder of Iran's top nuclear engineer would make it much harder for the U.S. president to resume negotiations between Tehran and Washington.
North Korea Leader Kim Jong Un Ordered Two People Killed, Put Pyongyang on Lockdown
In its attempt to fight the COVID-19 and prevent economic damage, Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea, ordered two people killed and locked down the city of Pyongyang.
Iranian Scientist Linked To Nuclear Programs Assassinated Allegedly by Israel
The Iranian government confirmed on Friday that Israel is allegedly behind the assassination of a top Iranian nuclear scientist near Tehran. The allegation was, however, presented without any evidence.
COVID-19 Potential New Side Effect Causes Teeth to Fall Out
A number of COVID-19 survivors are reporting a peculiar symptom in the aftermath of them contracting the virus: teeth falling out.
Minks, Killed Due to Strains of Coronavirus, Rise from the Grave in Denmark
After thousands were culled in Denmark earlier this month, minks infected with a mutated strain of the novel coronavirus appeared to rise from the grave this week.
Russia President Putin Reportedly Fathers a 17-Year-Old Love Child With Former Cleaner
Putin is said to be the father of a 17-year-old girl who was conceived when he was still married in 2003. Putin's cabinet refuses to comment on the matter.
Village in Austria to Change Name Due to Unwanted Tourists and Mockery
Tired of the mockery, a village in Austria has decided to change its name by next year. The name of the village is the same as the well-known English swear word.
Paris Police Officers Face Suspension as Video of Assault on Man Surfaced
After videos showing officers repeatedly punching, using a truncheon, and spraying tear gas on a man circulated, now the victim who claimed that he had been beaten several times by the French police is seeking justice for the assault experienced for no apparent reason.
Woman in England Smashes 500 Liquor Bottles in the Supermarket
An unnamed woman in England smashed 500 liquor bottles in a supermarket without uttering a word. The whole incident was posted online.
Cher Goes to Pakistan to Help the 'World’s Loneliest Elephant' Before It Leaves the Zoo
Diva singer and icon, Cher will visit a zoo in Pakistan to say goodbye to Kaavan. After that, he is leaving the zoo for better conditions.
Facebook and Google To Be Hit by New UK Competition Rules
Next year, the United Kingdom will make a new competition law to keep Google and Facebook from using its powers to push disadvantaged consumers and small firms.