Canada Considers US Unsafe for Immigrants Due to Human Rights Violations
A federal court in Canada has declared the United States as being 'unsafe' for immigrants looking for asylum due to its violations of human rights. The country has since worked no expanding an agreement to include irregular border routes to support undocumented immigrants find safe passage.
US Navy Hosts Trilateral Naval Exercise with Australia, Japan in Philippine Sea
Soon after the dual-carrier exercises by the US in Indo-Pacific, it is followed by three-nation blue water exercises in the Philippine Sea.
United States Officials Force Chinese Houston Consulate to Shutdown Amid Espionage and Research Theft
China's Houston Consulate is being ordered to close down within 72 hours as US officials accuse the agency of espionage and research theft. A spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign Ministry called the allegations absurd and noted Beijing would retaliate.
How to Detect Cancer Signs Through Blood Test
Four years prior to the appearance of symptoms, a blood test could detect signs of cancer in an exciting new study. The Chinese-led study will enlighten on how to detect cancer signs.
US Orders Closure of Chinese Consulate in Houston, China Threatens to Retaliate
It has been apparent that the relationship between China and the US has not been smooth sailing since the beginning of 2020. The relations between the countries have further been strained by the coronavirus pandemic, the trade war, and the US reacting to the reported human rights abuses in Hong Kong. Now, the US has ordered the Chinese Consulate in Houston to cease its operations.
Want to Live Longer? Scientists Closer to Delaying the Aging Process
Getting old and dying are natural phases of human life. But scientists from the University of California San Diego (UCSD) are one step ahead in delaying the aging process.
Indian Navy and US Warships Hold Joint Naval Drills in the Indian Ocean
The Indian ocean is possibly another flashpoint in the making as China wants to expand its geopolitical influence to engulf the South China Sea and the Indian Ocean. Countries in the Indo-Pacific are now allying to stop the communists in expanding their grip.
Afghan Girl Kills Two Taliban Fighters, Shoots Several More After They Murdered Her Parents
The teenage girl immediately emerged from their house and open fired with an AK-47. The girl and her younger brother are now transfered to a safer place after the security forces feared that the group might come back in retaliation.
Two Italian Teens Pay Bitcoins to Watch Livestream of Children Being Tortured and Murdered
The two teenagers have also been sending explicit images to each other, with one even bragging about his access to the dark web. Both are currently facing charges for distribution of child pornography.
US Sanctions 11 More Chinese Companies Over Human Rights Violations as Tensions Between Giants Rise
Several Chinese companies have been sanctioned by the United States for human rights violations of its Muslim Uighur communities by enforcing forced labor. Beijing has replied by saying the US is overextending its authority and interfering with domestic affairs.
China Blows Up Dam to Release Flood Waters, Aims to Reduce Further Damages and Loss of Lives
Rising waters across eastern and central China have wreaked havoc. More than 140 people have been missing, some have been presumed dead due to the disaster. Since the beginning of July, more than 24 million residents have been affected as stated by the Ministry of Emergency Management. As a response to the flooding, China’s strategy was to discharge water from dams and embankments by blasting them.
COVID-19 Symptoms: Mouth Rash Observed in 29% of COVID-19 Patients from Spain
Based on the findings of the examinations that were published in the JAMA Dermatology journal, six out of the 21 patients or 29% of the patients were found to have mouth rash. In addition, the research letter also noted that the patients who had the said symptoms were around 40 to 69 years old and 66% of them were women.
6 Unexplored Places on Earth You'll Love to Visit
Despite the increasing number of tourists, there are still some places in the world that is left untouched. Some is for scientific reasons while some are for geological reasons, here are some of the unexplored placed on Earth.
Nelson Mandela: 10 Mind-Blowing Facts You Probably Don't Know About Former South African President
Former South African President Nelson Mandela had done so many great things for Africa and for the Black community. But despite all the publicity and being featured in movies and book, there are still things that the public doesn't know about him.
Hong Kong's New Security Law Threatens Political Freedom, Teacher Arrested Over Differing Views
Beijing's new security law in Hong Kong threatens political freedom and stifles anti-government protesters and individuals. Educators and teachers are also affected as schools implement new legislation and arrest those who share different views.