Hong Kong Activists Face Up to Three Years Jail Time in China Following Attempt to Flee to Taiwan via Boat
After trying to flee to Taiwan by using a speedboat, ten Hong Kong activists have been arrested and jailed by China for seven months up to three years.
DOJ Ready to Prosecute Terrorist for 2002 Death of Wall Street Journal Reporter
The United States Department of Justice is prepared to indict the British terrorist who participated in the kidnapping and murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.
Oxford/AstraZeneca Coronavirus Vaccine Gets UK Regulator Approval
Weeks after the United Kingdom became the first in the world to start inoculating its citizens, the country has approved another COVID-19 vaccine for usage.
Upgraded American F-16s to Deter Aggression in the Taiwan Strait
The contested waterways of the Taiwan Strait will soon be joined by Upgraded American F-16s that are far more advanced than most Chinese aircraft. Sale of the new F-16s should give an edge to the Taiwanese airpower.
At Least Seven Killed as 6.4 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Croatia
Sending shockwaves through Croatia on Tuesday, a powerful earthquake killed the lives of seven individuals. It caused massive damages to a town south of the country's capital, Zagreb, based on the reports coming from the country's officials and its residents.
Covid-19 Cases in Wuhan, Possibly Half a Million Study Shows
Almost ten times the official number of confirmed cases, an estimated half a million residents from Wuhan may have been infected with coronavirus, based on the study of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Spain to Create Registry of People Who Refuse to Be Administered COVID-19 Vaccine
Spain is planning to keep a registry of individuals who refuse to be vaccinated and share it with other European Union nations, according to the country's health minister.
Meet the Blind Pianist Who Is so Talented, Scientists Study His Brain
Matthew Whitaker is a blind jazz pianist, and since the age of 11, he has been performing across the globe. He has been deemed a prodigy with a talent amazing enough to have piqued scientists' attention who are now studying his brain and trying to decipher his vision of music.
COVID-19 Vaccine Overdose Sends German Care Home Workers to Hospital
Four northern German health care workers were sent to the hospital on Sunday after they were accidentally given five times the recommended dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Kim Jong Un to Open North Korean Worker's Party Congress Amid Health and Economic Crises
To muster stronger public loyalty in him and layout new economic and foreign policies, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is set to open a massive ruling Workers' Party congress next month despite currently grappling with the toughest challenges in his nine-year rule.
COVID-19 Pandemic Would Not Be the Last, According to WHO Chief
The COVID-19 pandemic will not be the final pandemic, and efforts to bolster human health are "doomed" without tackling animal welfare and climate change, according to the World Health Organization's chief.
Your Guide to COVID-19: What You Need to Know About Its Essentials
COVID-19 is becoming more prevalent globally as the biggest global health crisis yet, upending numerous lives. It is essential to provide reliable guidance to health workers, educators, parents, and partners with front-line responders to secure the necessary information and resources.
Israel to Hold 4th Snap Election Two Years After Parliament Got Dissolved
After two years, Israel will conduct its fourth snap election following its parliament missing a Tuesday deadline to pass a budget. The snap election will be held in March 2021.
Suspect in Killing of Three French Police Responders to a Domestic Violence Incident Found Dead
After being suspected of killing three police officers in central France, a man has been found dead, as confirmed by the Interior Minister of the country. In the early hours of Wednesday, after responding to a domestic violence incident in Puy-de-Dôme, three gendarmes were shot dead while the fourth one has been injured.
Trump Grants a New Set of Pardons Including One With Links To Russia and His Presidential Campaign
U.S. President Donald Trump granted a list of pardons, including two individuals connected to a probe into an alleged conspiracy between his campaign and Russia.