Experts Claim COVID-19 is Airborne, May Spread Despite Social Distancing
Numerous scientists have been saying this for months. The coronavirus lingers in the air indoors.
Brain-Destroying Amoeba in Florida Gets In Through the Nose and Eats the Brain
A case of a rare, brain-eating amoeba has been recorded in Florida. It is usually fatal.
China Detains Prominent Xi Jinping Critic for Calling Out Communist Party Mismanagement
A famous critic that has called out the Chinese Communist Party's failed initial response to the coronavirus pandemic was arrested from his own home. The scholar, Xu Zhangrun, was been openly criticizing President Xi Jinping's political leadership for several years.
China's New Security Law In Hong Kong Causes Libraries to Pull Pro-Democracy Books in Fears of Violations
The new security law China passed in Hong Kong recently has caused libraries to pull pro-democracy books from their shelves and placed them under review. the legislation also has prominent activists quieting down in fears of being arrested and extradited to the mainland.
China-India Tensions Rise Amid Brutal Border Clashes, Death of Several Troops
Tensions between China and India continue to rise as troops face-off in Pangong Tso lake for control over the territory. Previous encounters have led to several deaths as a border clash led to brutal and violent unarmed combat.
Ghislaine Maxwell Posed with Kevin Spacey in Buckingham Palace Throne
UK-based Daily Telegraph newspaper issued an image revealing Ghislaine Maxwell, British socialite, seated beside Kevin Spacey, House of Cards actor who has been alleged for sexual misconduct and apparently in the Queen’s London residence in 2002. Buckingham Palace refused to give a comment about the published photograph.
Yoko Ono Bankruptcy: John Lennon's Wheelchair-Bound Widow Selling Real Estate Properties
Yoko Ono last appeared at a women's march in a wheelchair in January 2019. A close family friend said, “In these 87 years, she’s lived 400.”
Largest Historical Confederate Monument Under Attack
All the activities of destruction are rampant as protesters get more aggressive.
U.S Sends Carriers to South China Sea for Military Exercise
After China announced their military exercises around the Paracels Islands to show force. The United States sent two aircrafts to guard the island that is being disputed by several countries.
Mongolia Quarantines Area Next to China After Discovering Cases of Black Plague
The horrific Black Plague may be making a return as two people in Mongolia tested positive of the disease. The region is now under lockdown.
India Bans Nagaland's Trade, Consumption of Dog Meat
The Indian government had announced the ban of the import, trade, and consumption of dog meat in Nagaland after widespread criticism. The calls for the ban were fueled by photos showing the inhumane act of binding the animals in sacks and brutally beating them to death.
Cyber Group Claims Burning Iran Nuclear Facility, But Government Denies Sabotage
A nuclear facility in Iran had been damaged by an extensive fire destroying the majority of the aboveground structures. The government announced they had knowledge of the source of the incident but declined to publicly reveal information for security reasons.
Hair Weaves From Chinese Prison Camps Seized by U.S Customs in New York
The U.S Customs confiscated tons of weaves and hair products from China. The hair products are suspected to have come from the Chinese region that is currently holding thousands of minorities in detention camps.
Second Stimulus Package May Be Given As Back to Work Benefits
No one knows what will happen in the next round of federal money, but it seems it might be emphasized on getting the work force out.
Hong Kong Buys More Than 6 Million Fake Masks from Erroneous Supplier, Four People Arrested
Hong Kong purchased more than six million surgical masks that turned out to be fake and have already been distributed across the city. Officials reported an investigation is underway and they have found four suspects which have already been arrested.