Arson Investigated as Possible Cause of Nantes Cathedral Blaze
Officials stated the flames tore down the cathedral’s grand organ and blew out stained glass windows of the 15th-century building in Nantes. A prosecutor claimed on the scene that the fire incident is considered as a criminal act. According to Pierre Sennes, three fires had been established at the site.
Russian Hacking Groups Accused of Trying to Steal COVID-19 Vaccine Data
The race to develop a vaccine for COVID-19 is getting fiercer, as some countries are getting close to the finish line. Now the US, the UK and Canada are accusing Russian hackers of trying to undermine them and steal COVID-19 vaccine data.
Deadly Border Encounters Engulf China-India Himalayan Border as Beijing Continues International Conquest
The Indian government has accused China of furthering its agenda and desires of conquering territories in the disputed border. Recent deadly clashes have taken the lives of multiple military troops.
Kim Yo Jong Gets Probed by North Korea for Demolishing South Korea's Liaison Office
Officials in Seoul are keen to make Kim Yo Jong account for the destruction of the liaison office that was demolished a month ago when she warned about the balloons.
Why is China Interested in Controlling the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea?
What part do these islands in the SCS play in the communists’ grand strategy? As time goes by, Beijing depends on this speck of island to own the SCS.
Boy from Saudi Died After a Swab Test Stick Broke Inside his Nose
The child died just 24 hours after the tragic accident. The little boy's father is now seeking justice and has filed a case against the hospital for mishandling the situation.
Moderna Leads the COVID-19 Vaccine Race, Set to Begin Final Phase of Trials by End of July
Moderna, which is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts is the first biotech company in the US that has announced an estimated date for the phase three of the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine trials. Additional information about the trials which included guidance for test volunteers was posted on Tuesday.
Bubonic Plague Kills Mongolian Teen Who Ate Infected Marmot
A community quarantine has been imposed by the government in the Tugrug district of the province where the cases of the plague were identified. Fifteen people who were traced to have contacted the teenager, who died from the plague, have been isolated and are currently receiving antibiotics
Burning Ships, Nuclear Explosions Incite Doubts of Failing Iranian Government on Potential Sabotage
Ships set ablaze in Iran marks the most recent of a series of unexplained and unclaimed incidents occurring across the country the past few months. Experts believe a third party could be responsible for the attacks and is trying to shake the country's confidence in its government.
How Accurate Is the COVID-19 Finger Stick Test
We tackle how accurate COVID-19 tests are. Many Factors could affect the sensitivity and specificity of test results.
Why is China Called Sleeping Giant? 5 Things That Prove It Has Awakened
The Peoples Republic of China is one of the most powerful countries, both in economy and military. Its disputes with the US and other countries prove it is determined for world domination.
US State Department Tells China Scarborough Shoal Is Not Theirs, US Warship Does Freedom of Navigation Operation
The warning comes as the increased activity of China in the South China Sea is troubling its allies. The communists are playing a cat and mouse game with the US navy that hopefully does not turn ugly.
A Look Inside Horrific Hospital Environments in South Africa Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic
An extensive investigation revealed the brutal and horrific scene inside one of South Africa's worst-stricken hospitals of the coronavirus. Doctors and nurses are left to work on their own with lacking equipment and dangerous working environments.
Fact Check: Fauci, Obama, and Gates Appeared in Wuhan Lab in 2015?
In 2015, a photo displayed former United States President Obama, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and Melinda Gates at a Wuhan laboratory in China. It circulated on social media.
More Coronavirus Outbreaks in US Bases at Okinawa Causing Japanese Resentment
Large American bases in Japan are seen as a threat to the health of the local population. More servicemen are catching the bug that is causing local friction that is growing.