South Korea Beefing Up With Aircraft Carrier to Counter Threats in the Region
As the tensions in the South China Sea gets worse, it is causing an arms buildup in the region. South Korea is getting a light carrier to bring into the fight as China expands its territory.
Beijing Forces US Diplomats to Flee Chengdu Consulate Amid Political War
Beijing has retaliated against the US closing down its Houston Consulate by forcing the Chengdu Consulate to shut down. Chinese officials announced they are the victims of the US government and its series of allegations over the past weeks.
14-Year-Old Indian Girl Sexually Assaulted By Fellow COVID-19 Patient While Friend Records Video
An underage girl was raped by a 19-year-old boy at a treatment center last week. The incident was recorded by the boy's friend through his phone.
Study Suggest Humans Weakening COVID-19 Virus by Mutation, But Virus is Fighting Back
In their released statement, the Universities' researchers emphasized that all organisms mutate, and it is normally a random process as a result of mistakes made during the copying process of the DNA. They also added that in the case of COVID-19 or the SARS-CoV-2, mutation may well not be a random process, and instead humans are mutating the virus.
PLA Navy Confronts Australian Navy, But Kept Quiet During Trilateral Exercises With US Navy
The Chinese Navy made a futile gesture and shadowed Aussie ships that were more than 12 miles from the Spratlys. Beijing is showing its true colors as the main trouble maker in the South China Sea, involving more national navies of the QUAD.
93-Year-Old Ex-Nazi Camp Guard Convicted of Assisting Murders of Thousands Holocaust Victims
The former guard was once stationed at the tower and said he saw what happened to the prisoners and knew about the gas chamber. Although his defense team said he did not partake in the murder, he was still convicted for being complicit.
Top Alternative Holiday Destinations for 2020
The coronavirus pandemic had forced countries around the world to close their borders, but this summer there are countries that are ready to receive tourists again. Here are some of them.
Americas 'Oldest Hotel' Is a Mexican Cave Inhabited 30,000 Years Ago
Despite the belief that ancient humans set foot in the Americas 15,000 years ago, a cave in Mexico proves otherwise. The records show that ancient humans stayed in the cave for a couple of months 30,000 years ago, making it the oldest hotel ever.
Fact Check: Was UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Photographed with Ghislaine Maxwell?
A photo of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and socialite Ghislaine Maxwell is making its rounds online right after Maxwell's arrest. Social media users are now wondering of they had a past.
Pepcid as Coronavirus Remedy? Study Stalls After $21M Grant
As COVID-19 becomes increasingly prevalent globally. Two prominent American doctors identified a probable but unlikely solution: the heartburn medication Pepcid as a novel coronavirus remedy.
Decapitated Bodies Discovered in North Korean 'Ghost Ships' as Chinese Vessels Invade
A study has found that illegal Chinese fishing vessels "dark fleets" have forced local North Korean fishers into hazardous waters. Some of the displaced fishing boats have ended up on the shores of Japan.
UK, US Criticize Russian Space-Based Test-Firing as Anti-Satellite Weapons
The governments of the US and UK have accused Russia of test-firing anti-satellite weapons amid rising tensions between the world's major countries. Moscow has previously announced that it would hold a Space Security Exchange to benefit all nations.
Ukrainian-American Sea Breeze' Joint Naval Exercises Held in the Black Sea
The US and Ukraine are doing naval exercises to improve cooperation between their forces in conflict. US Naval forces have been busy both sides of the globe as threats emerge that the US Navy needs to prepare.
Pompeo Declares New US Approach Towards China Amid Human Rights Violations and Theft Accusations
The United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared the new approach the American government will take against China. The decision comes amid rising tensions between giants as Beijing is accused of illegal spying and stealing sensitive US information.
Top 6 International Foods Banned in the United States
The United States may be open to culture, but not all traditional food can get it. Whether it be for safety reasons or ethical reasons, these foods are banned from being distributed in the country.