France President Emmanuel Macron Tests Positive For COVID-19
France's President Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to the nation's presidential palace, also known as the Élysée.
Some COVID-19 Vaccine Recipients Experience Bell's Palsy, FDA Recommends To Watch Out for It
A number of Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine trial participants got Bell's Palsy after they were given doses of the vaccines.
This Day In History: The Tragedy of the Pan Am Flight 103 Bombing at Lockerbie Scotland
Here are the facts about the Pan Am Flight 103 that blew up over Lockerbie, Scotland. The tragedy took the lives of many people after the takeoff from London on December 21, 1988.
COVID-19 Isolation Is Harmful to Children, Being Left Behind Causes Them to Lose Basic Skills
Children are reportedly becoming victims of isolation measures. Isolation measures, instigated as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, are distressing children, according to the United Kingdom governmental watchdog Ofsted.
Report: CCP has Links to Australia’s Largest Chinese Media Outlets, Connected to Beijing’s United Front
A report says that the largest Chinese media outlets have connections to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). These concerns are serious as Beijing gets more active in a propaganda war as it fights a military standoff in SCS.
South Korea warns of stricter COVID-19 Restrictions, Avoiding First Potential Lockdown
As South Korea faces an alarming rise in new COVID-19 cases and the possibility of entering its first potential lockdown since the start of the pandemic, its health officials have warned residents to take the current restrictions seriously.
Dr. Fauci: This Is When You Can Throw Your Mask Away
As the U.S. begins administering the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccines, many wonder if face masks will still be mandatory. According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, MD, we may throw away our face masks before the end of 2021.
Mother Pleads for Return of Son After Boko Haram Claims Mass Abduction
After her son was kidnapped from their school in the northern Katsina state last week, a Nigerian woman joined the protest on Tuesday, pleading for the return of his only son, as he was included among 330 boys who went missing after the mass abduction that was reportedly executed by the Boko Haram, as the jihadist rebel group reportedly claimed responsibility for the incident.
Putin Congratulates President-elect Joe Biden Following Affirmation from Electoral College
After six weeks of waiting from the election day and a day after the official affirmation of the win by the Electoral College, Russian President Vladimir congratulated Joe Biden on his victory in the United States’ presidential election on Tuesday.
Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines to Start by Friday, FDA Emergency Approved
More COVID-19 vaccines will be sent by Moderna when approval is given for its distribution. It will be given to priority cases that need it most.
Ponderous Rain Helps Mitigate UNESCO Heritage Fraser Island Site Bushfire
Heavy rain has helped firefighters obtain the upper hand against a bushfire that has ravaged nearly half of the world heritage-listed Fraser Island.
EU Calls On Chinese Government to Free Detained Journalists
After the detention of a Bloomberg News employee spread, the European Union has urged the Chinese government to release all journalists and citizens held in connection with their reporting.
Records Show Chinese Communist Party Has Infiltrated Several Embassies in Many Positions
For more than ten years, the Chinese Communist Party has been recruiting people for the U.S., Australian, British Consulates to spy in Shanghai. This was done by an agency that was hush-hush in operation.
Google CEO Apologizes Following Black AI Expert’s Departure, Vows to Restore Trust
Google Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai apologized to employees on Wednesday and initiated a probing into how the company managed the departure of prominent artificial intelligence researcher Timnit Gebru.
Hundreds of Shooting Stars to Light Up the Sky Tonight as Saturn, Jupiter Merge to Create 'Christmas Star'
Hundreds of shooting stars will burst throughout the night sky this week prior to Saturn and Jupiter's amalgamation on December 21, creating the first "Christmas star" in 800 years. The two cosmic events would be witnessed across Australian skies from December 14 to December 21 in a significant week for Astro-enthusiasts.