Canadian Woman puts Husband on Leash, Breaches Quebec's COVID Curfew
By walking her husband on a leash, a woman from Canada had a dog's chance of beating COVID-19 restrictions imposed in the area based on a report.
20 American F-35s Arms South Korea Light Carrier similar to US Light Carrier Design
The new South Korea light carrier will prominently feature American F-35s as its main airwing. It has similarity to the US light carrier design with British designs on its super structure.
Iran's Revolutionary Guard Navy Head Sends Warning for Future Aggressors, Celebrates US Sailors Capture Anniversary
On the fifth anniversary of Iran's capture of the United States sailors traversing the Persian Gulf, Iran's head of the maritime branch of the elite Revolutionary Guard delivered a warning to future aggressors, which serves today as a flashpoint for worsening tensions between Tehran and Washington.
Twitter Shares Drop by 12 Percent After Permanently Suspending Trump
Twitter's share dropped 12 percent on Monday following the social media giant's permanent suspension of President Donald Trump and a series of other conservatives.
Facebook Blacklists All Content That Mention ‘Stop the Steal’ Ahead of Inauguration Day
Facebook made an announcement on Monday that it is blacklisting any content that contains the phrase "stop the steal" ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's January 20 Inauguration Day.
Convicted Kidnapper Ascends to Power in Landslide Victory as New Kyrgyzstan President
Triggered by a popular uprise against the previous government, a populist politician and convicted kidnapper won via a landslide victory on Sunday in a snap presidential election in Kyrgyzstan.
Seven Chinese Provinces Go into Wartime Mode COVID-19 as the CCP Virus Causes Outbreaks
It is a return to sender as the CCP virus have outbreaks in China that activate Wartime mode COVID-19. The virus is returning with more efficiency compared to the Wuhan virus causing great alarm.
New Zealand Central Bank Data System Breached, Says Officials
New Zealand's central bank claims one of its data systems was hacked, and several sensitive commercial and personal information may have been accessed.
Blizzard in Spain: Record-Breaking Snowfall Blankets Madrid, Four People Dead
Aside from leaving thousands of cars trapped and train stations and airport services suspended, a persistent blizzard blanketed a huge portion of Spain with an unusual amount of snow, which also killed at least four individuals on Saturday.
Tragic Boeing 737 Indonesian Plane Crash: Black Boxes Detected
A Sriwijaya Air jet with 62 people onboard lost touch with air traffic controllers minutes following take-off from Indonesia's capital on a domestic flight on Saturday. Now, "black boxes" from the passenger plane have been located.
10 Babies Killed After Hospital Fire in India
Ten babies were killed in a maternity unit in Maharashtra in India early on Saturday when fire ravaged a hospital.
Iraq Issues Arrest Warrant For President Trump Over Drone Strike Killing
Iraq issued a warrant for the arrest of United States President Donald Trump on Thursday as part of a court in Baghdad's investigation into the murder of a top Iraqi paramilitary commander. The deputy head of Iraq's largely pro-Iran Hashed al-Shaabi paramilitary network named Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis died in the same American drone strike that killed Iran general Qasem Soleimani at the Baghdad airport on January 3, 2020.
US F-35 Fighter Jet Chosen by the UK to Mount Air to Ground Cruise Missiles
Capt. Andrew “Dojo” Olson, F-35 Demonstration Team pilot and commander performs a weapons bay doors pass during an F-35 Demo practice at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Jan. 16, 2019. Throughout the off-season, the F-35 Demo Team has been practicing and refining their new demonstration which will highlight the F-35A Lightning II’s full maneuvering capabilities.
PfizerBioNTech Vaccine Claims It Can Work Against the New Coronavirus Variants
The rise of the new coronavirus variants has the makers of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine claiming it works. But, the data comes from a small study not representative of a larger study which should be determined.
China Goes Online to Mock US Capitol Siege as 'Beautiful Sight'
China erupted in amusement at the United States' troubled democracy after supporters of President Donald Trump derailed the US Capitol. Beijing denounced the "sharp contrast" between Washington's response to the siege and the 2019 Hong Kong anti-government demonstrations.