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Mossad assassinated Iran’s chief nuke scientist with remote AI gun — report

Mossad assassinated Iran’s chief nuke scientist with remote AI gun — report

Some would say that the operation succeeded in throwing Iran’s nuclear program into chaos for some months, but that Tehran has long since recovered.  … Read More ›

In Canada and Germany, the climate crisis is finally on the ballot. But can it win?

In Canada and Germany, the climate crisis is finally on the ballot. But can it win?

  It was just last week that Canada’s British Columbia finally ended its state of emergency, more than two months after wildfires tore through parts… Read More ›

Analysis: Australia’s decades-long balancing act between the US and China is over. It chose Washington

Analysis: Australia’s decades-long balancing act between the US and China is over. It chose Washington

  For more than 20 years, Australia tried to maintain good relations with both the United States and China. It was good for trade and… Read More ›

Biden and UK to help Australia acquire nuclear submarines in new pushback on China

Biden and UK to help Australia acquire nuclear submarines in new pushback on China

  President Joe Biden on Wednesday unveiled a new effort to help Australia acquire nuclear-powered submarines, a major step toward countering China as he works… Read More ›

California Gov. Gavin Newsom Stays In Power As Recall Fails

California Gov. Gavin Newsom Stays In Power As Recall Fails

  SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday became the second governor in U.S. history to defeat a recall aimed at kicking… Read More ›

Taliban gives thousands of Kandahar residents three days to leave their homes, protesters say

Taliban gives thousands of Kandahar residents three days to leave their homes, protesters say

Hundreds of people protested in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar Tuesday, against what they say are Taliban orders for citizens to leave their homes… Read More ›

DeSantis Threatens Cities With Fines For Vaccine Mandates

DeSantis Threatens Cities With Fines For Vaccine Mandates

  ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday threatened local governments with $5,000 fines per violation for requiring their employees to get… Read More ›

China’s strict 21 day quarantine under question after new outbreak emerges

China’s strict 21 day quarantine under question after new outbreak emerges

Hong Kong – A man who completed 21 days of mandatory quarantine upon returning to China from overseas has been identified as the likely source… Read More ›

North Korea Says It Tested Long-Range Cruise Missiles

North Korea Says It Tested Long-Range Cruise Missiles

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea says it successfully test fired what it described as newly developed long-range cruise missiles over the weekend, its… Read More ›

The Queen praises Emma Raducanu’s ‘outstanding’ US Open victory

The Queen praises Emma Raducanu’s ‘outstanding’ US Open victory

  The Queen has praised Emma Raducanu’s “outstanding” US Open victory on Saturday, calling it a “remarkable achievement.” The 18-year-old from the UK beat fellow… Read More ›

Iran training terror groups to operate advanced UAVs

Iran training terror groups to operate advanced UAVs

Terrorists from Iraq, Syria and Yemen are being trained at Kashan Base north of Isfahan   Iran is training militias from various countries to operate… Read More ›

NYPD Releases New Film, “NYPD’s Women At Ground Zero”

NYPD Releases New Film, “NYPD’s Women At Ground Zero”

NEW YORK CITY – Police Commissioner Dermot Shea announced that the NYPD has launched distribution of a new film commemorating for the first time the… Read More ›

How Europe’s doors are slamming shut for Americans

How Europe’s doors are slamming shut for Americans

It was too good to last. While summer saw much of Europe open up to American visitors, offering them the chance to fulfill lockdown dreams… Read More ›

Biden announces new vaccine mandates that could cover 100 million Americans

Biden announces new vaccine mandates that could cover 100 million Americans

  President Joe Biden on Thursday imposed stringent new vaccine rules on federal workers, large employers and health care staff in a sweeping attempt to… Read More ›

CDC adds two popular island getaways to ‘very high’ Covid-19 travel risk list

CDC adds two popular island getaways to ‘very high’ Covid-19 travel risk list

  Two tropical islands half a world apart and popular with tourists — Jamaica in the Caribbean and Sri Lanka in South Asia — are… Read More ›

US to discuss way forward on Iran in Moscow, Paris talks

US to discuss way forward on Iran in Moscow, Paris talks

The official suggested the talks would not focus on next week’s meeting of the board of governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency.   US… Read More ›

New Jersey’s Largest Dairy Farm Nearly Destroyed In Tornado

New Jersey’s Largest Dairy Farm Nearly Destroyed In Tornado

  The morning after one of the most intense tornados recorded in New Jersey history all but demolished the largest dairy farm in the state,… Read More ›

Belarus opposition figure and protest leader sentenced to 11 years in jail

Belarus opposition figure and protest leader sentenced to 11 years in jail

  A Belarusian court on Monday sentenced Maria Kolesnikova, a prominent opposition figure who led mass street protests against President Alexander Lukashenko, to 11 years… Read More ›

No Cashiers, Please: Futuristic Supermarket Opens In Mideast

No Cashiers, Please: Futuristic Supermarket Opens In Mideast

  DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The Middle East on Monday got its first completely automated cashier-less store, as retail giant Carrefour rolled out… Read More ›

Taliban accused of murdering pregnant Afghan policewoman in front of her family

Taliban accused of murdering pregnant Afghan policewoman in front of her family

  The Taliban murdered a pregnant policewoman in front of her family on Saturday night, according to her son. Her death, in the central Afghanistan… Read More ›