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US Supreme Court to rule on religious rights of football coach

WASHINGTON D.C.: The U.S. Supreme Court said it would hear an appeal from a former high school football coach who ...

US snow storm leaves thousands without power

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina: The eastern United States was hit by a severe winter storm on January 16, packing heavy snow, ...

Norwegian Caribbean cruise remains in St. Martin as cruise canceled

PHILIPSBURG, St. Martin: Norwegian Cruise Line canceled, mid-voyage, a ten-day Caribbean cruise on the Norwegian Gem due to COVID-19, leaving ...

One of world's oldest gorillas put to sleep at Atlanta Zoo

ATLANTA, Georgia: Zoo Atlanta's gorilla, one of the oldest in captivity at 59 years, was euthanized on January 13 due ...

Former Denmark defense minister charged with leaking state secrets

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: An official at the highest level of the Denmark government has been charged with leaking state secrets. Claus ...

West Australia's Onslow sets new high of 50.7 degrees Celsius

ONSLOW, West Australia: The sun appears to be mercilessly beating down on Onslow in West Australia, as the town registered ...

Suspicions on Russia as Ukraine websites suffer cyberattacks

KIEV, Ukraine: Many government websites in Ukraine have suffered cyberattacks, with the intruders posting the text, "Be afraid and wait ...

19 year-old Belgium completing solo flight round-the-world

BRUSSELS, Belgium: Zara Rutherford, a teenager from Belgium, is nearing the completion of a solo round-the-world flight. Rutherford, age 19, ...

FedEx asks US to let it install laser defenses to planes

MEMPHIS, Tennessee: FedEx is seeking permission to arm its cargo planes with defensive systems to thwart attacks by heat-seeking missiles. ...

Australians rejoice in potential death of Djokovic's sporting career

Not since the 1936 Olympics in Berlin has a government tried to prevent an athlete from competing in a sporting ...

French government's Covid policies cause teachers to strike

PARIS, France: French teachers have begun a nationwide strike organized by teachers unions to protest against class disruptions caused by ...

Great excitement in Tokyo over newborn twin pandas

TOKYO, Japan: Twin panda cubs have made their first public appearance before devoted fans at Ueno Zoo in Tokyo. However, ...

After 5,000 cranes die from bird flu, Israel acts to stop virus

TEL AVIV, Israel: An avian influenza upsurge has claimed the lives of over 5,000 cranes in Israel, resulting in the ...

Poland joins other EU countries with 100,000 Covid-related deaths

WARSAW, Poland: Poland has emerged as the most recent country in Europe to have reported 100,000 fatalities linked to COVID-19, ...

Britain warns MPs of Chinese agent seeking contacts in Parliament

LONDON, England: A rare warning by the UK's MI5 intelligence agency has revealed that a Chinese agent, Christine Ching Kui ...

Omicron to infect half of Europe in weeks, says WHO

BRUSSELS, Belgium: Based on the 7 million new cases reported across Europe in the first week of 2022, the World ...

China hosts Middle East foreign ministers in rare gathering

BEIJING, China: This week, the foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain are visiting China for meetings with ...

As Covid increases, Chile begins fourth vaccine dose for vulnerable

SANTIAGO, Chile: As the number of daily COVID-19 cases continues rising, Chile has began administering a fourth vaccination dose to ...

How COVID gave African countries the opportunity to improve public health

The COVID-19 pandemic has tested Africa's public healthcare systems. It exposed weaknesses, gaps and inequalities - but also some potential ...

Three pillars to strengthening health systems in African countries

Africa needs, and is ready for, nothing short of a new public health order, with systems better able to prepare ...

Birds and bees: why new buildings need to support the natural world

Nature can thrive in cities with the right opportunities, and some English councils are working to help develop homes for ...

Tonga eruption: we are watching for ripples of it in space

The ongoing volcanic eruption in Tonga began in December 2021, but it wasn't until 5:15pm local time on January 15 ...

Yemeni Civilians Bear Brunt of Suffering in Escalating Conflict

GENEVA - As the fighting in Yemen heats up, the U.N. human rights office warns Yemen's warring parties that wanton ...

Investigation reveals why Ryanair flight was grounded in Belarus

The international body believes the bomb threat was fakedAn investigation by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) into last year's ...

Australian court sets date for Djokovic explanation

The Australian Federal Court is set to release its reasons for dismissing the case of Novak Djokovic in his deportation ...

Covid-19 pandemic declared nowhere near over

WHO cautions that Omicron is likely not the last variantWorld Health Organization (WHO) officials announced on Tuesday that the end ...

US warns Olympic athletes not to speak out in China report

A Beijing 2022 official has also suggested there will be punishment for competitors that speak out at the GamesA skier ...

UK PM told to go in the name of God

Prime Minister's former allies call for his resignation over ?partygate? scandalPrime Minister Boris Johnson was roasted in Parliament by his ...

Orange juice prices go bananas

The US orange crop is on course to be the smallest since the 1940s, which could lead to skyrocketing orange ...

Experts from India, Israel suggest expanding scope of industrial RD, technological innovation fund

New Delhi [India], January 19 (ANI): Experts from India and Israel deliberated on widening the scope of India-Israel Industrial Research ...

Pak responsible for the mess in Afghanistan

Islamabad [Pakistan], January 19 (ANI): Pakistan is primarily responsible for the mess in Afghanistan and until and unless Afghanistan is ...

Australian-Indian joint venture to supply hydrogen powered products and vehicles

Melbourne [Australia]/Pune (Maharashtra) [India], January 19 (ANI/NewsVoir): Australian vehicle and powered products manufacturer H2X Global Ltd. and Indian manufacturing and ...

Pakistan Opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif tests positive for COVID-19

Islamabad [Pakistan], January 19 (ANI): Shahbaz Sharif, Pakistan's leader of Opposition in the National Assembly, has tested positive for the ...

Ahmedabad airport to remain partially closed for 9 hours till May 31

Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India], January 19 (ANI): Ahmedabad airport will partially remain shut for at least nine hours till May 31 ...

STL poised for growth; declares solid wins in new markets and accelerates investments in 5G

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], January 19 (ANI/PRNewswire): STL (NSE: STLTECH), an industry leading integrator of digital networks, announced its financial results ...

Ukraine: What We Know

WASHINGTON - Russia's buildup of an estimated 100,000 troops along its border with Ukraine, along with military exercises in Belarus, ...

Afghan Acting PM Urges World to Recognize Taliban Government

The Taliban's acting prime minister asked the global community Wednesday to grant legitimacy to Afghanistan's new government, insisting it has ...

ICC congratulates Erasmus on reaching 100-ODI landmark

Paarl [South Africa], January 19 (ANI): The International Cricket Council (ICC) has congratulated Marais Erasmus for officiating in 100 men's ...

Gaana's AutoQueue reads minds?!

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], January 19 (ANI/PNN): India's most loved music streaming app, Gaana has unveiled yet another unique product feature ...

RMC Education Service Centre announces consultation guidance for students pursuing MBBS Abroad

New Delhi [India], January 19 (ANI/Target Media): The medical profession is among the noblest professions of the world and the ...

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As British face inflation, government freezes BBC subscription fee

LONDON, England: The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) faces a major financial setback following a recent announcement by the government to ...

US Supreme Court to rule on religious rights of football coach

WASHINGTON D.C.: The U.S. Supreme Court said it would hear an appeal from a former high school football coach who ...

US snow storm leaves thousands without power

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina: The eastern United States was hit by a severe winter storm on January 16, packing heavy snow, ...

Norwegian Caribbean cruise remains in St. Martin as cruise canceled

PHILIPSBURG, St. Martin: Norwegian Cruise Line canceled, mid-voyage, a ten-day Caribbean cruise on the Norwegian Gem due to COVID-19, leaving ...

One of world's oldest gorillas put to sleep at Atlanta Zoo

ATLANTA, Georgia: Zoo Atlanta's gorilla, one of the oldest in captivity at 59 years, was euthanized on January 13 due ...

Former Denmark defense minister charged with leaking state secrets

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: An official at the highest level of the Denmark government has been charged with leaking state secrets. Claus ...

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