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King Charles' state visit to France postponed due to protests in the country. The visit, which was supposed to happen in the coming weeks, has been delayed until further notice.
President Joe Biden warns Iran of US action to protect its personnel after Syria airstrikes. This comes after a series of recent airstrikes in the country, believed to have been carried out by Iranian-backed militias.
In a devastating turn of events, deadly attacks strike Ukraine as Chinese leader Xi leaves Russia following talks with President Vladimir Putin. Despite pledging to deepen ties with Putin, the meetings between the Chinese and Russian leaders failed to make any breakthrough on resolving the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
Grand jury reconvenes as Trump faces potential indictment. Former President Donald Trump is once again in the headlines as a grand jury reconvenes to determine whether or not he will face criminal charges. This comes after several high-profile sources reported on the possibility of an indictment.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida pays Ukraine a surprise visit amidst heightened tensions between Ukraine and Russia. This visit comes just days after Russian President Vladimir Putin hosted China's Xi Jinping in Moscow, which was seen as a signal of the growing alliance between the two countries.
Paris police and protesters clash over Macron's pension reform as citizens express their anger. The police and protesters have clashed for three consecutive nights, resulting in injuries and arrests.
Australia's heat wave causes millions of fish to die, as well as power outages, bushfires, and water shortages in some parts of the country. The fish deaths have occurred in several rivers and lakes, with some estimates suggesting that over a million fish have already died.
A team of Brazilian researchers discover terrifying plastic rocks on a remote island off the country's coast. The rocks, which are made up of a combination of plastic waste and natural materials, were found on the island of Santa Catarina, which is located about 1,200 kilometers off the coast of Brazil.
A Russian fighter jet forced down a US Air Force drone over the Black Sea on Tuesday, according to the US military. The incident happened as the Reaper drone and two Russian Su-27 aircraft were flying over international waters, when one of the Russian jets intentionally flew in front of the unmanned drone several times and damaged its propeller.
March 14th, also known as Pi Day, is a special day for mathematicians and math enthusiasts all over the world. The day is celebrated in honor of the mathematical constant pi (π), which is approximately 3.14. Pi Day is an opportunity to celebrate math and its significance in our lives. In this article, we'll take a closer look at Pi Day, its history, and everything you need to know about Pi Day.
Jamie Lee Curtis wins best supporting actress at Oscars 2023 for her role in "Everything Everywhere All At Once." In the film, Curtis plays a character named "Crank," who is a hardened and grizzled warrior tasked with protecting the multiverse.
Recent reports have highlighted that Russian wives and mothers plead with Putin to stop sending mobilized men to war. They are urging the government to put an end to the mobilization of men who are being sent to the front lines without proper training or equipment.
Russia launches massive air strikes on Ukraine, causing casualties and power cuts. The attack disrupted the main power supply for the nuclear power plant at Zaporizhzhya as the battle for Bakhmut in the east raged on.
Ukraine denies involvement in Nord Stream sabotage following US intelligence report suggesting a "pro-Ukrainian group" was involved in sabotaging Nord Stream pipelines.
Passenger tries to stab flight attendant and open plane door mid-flight in a United Airlines flight from Boston to San Francisco. The incident occurred about two hours into the flight, prompting the crew to declare an emergency and divert to Denver, where the unruly passenger was taken into custody by the FBI upon landing.
Toblerone to remove Matterhorn from packaging in compliance with Swissness laws as they announced that it will be removing the iconic mountain from its packaging in order to comply with the laws. The move has sparked a heated debate among chocolate lovers and branding experts alike.
Four dead and 40,000 displaced in devastating floods in Johor, Malaysia. The floods have caused widespread damage to property, infrastructure, and agricultural land in the region. The Malaysian government has declared a state of emergency in Johor to provide immediate assistance to those affected by the disaster.
Yosemite National Park closed indefinitely due to heavy snowfall. Yosemite National Park is one of the most popular national parks in the United States, and have been buried in up to 15 feet of snow, making it unsafe for visitors and staff to enter.
Greece train crash leaves many injured and dead as at least 36 people have been declared dead. The accident happened when two trains collided head-on near the town of Larissa in central Greece.
Rupert Murdoch admits to election misinformation in the 2020 US presidential election after Dominion Voting System filed a $1.6 billion law suit against Fox News.
Ex-husband and family members face court in Hong Kong over influencer's murder. A horrifying murder case that was solved just a week ago has left the city of Hong Kong in a state of disbelief.
Australian archaeologist kidnapped in Papua New Guinea released by captors. Bryce Barker, who works as a professor at the University of Southern Queensland, was abducted by a group of armed men while he was conducting archaeological research in the country's highlands.
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the season of Lent, a period of fasting, repentance, and spiritual discipline in the Christian faith. While the basic traditions have remained the same over the centuries, Ash Wednesday is changing tradition.
North Korea faces looming food crisis behind military displays. With a combination of natural disasters, pandemic-related border closures, and international sanctions, North Korea is struggling to feed its people.