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Deadly storms ravage Brazil, causing widespread destruction and loss of life in several regions of the country. Reports indicate that the states of Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Minas Gerais have been the hardest hit, with dozens of people killed and many more injured or missing.
It has been one year since Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and the conflict continues to escalate with no end in sight. However, despite Putin's strong grip on power, there are little cracks in Putin's rule one year after Ukraine invasion, both domestically and internationally.
Captain of Thai Cave Boys Soccer Team Dies in the UK as the world mourned the loss of Duangpetch Promthep. He was one of the boys who had been rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand in 2018.
Gunman kills three Michigan State University students and injures five others as tragedy struck on February 13, 2023. The incident occurred when the suspect, identified as 43-year-old Anthony Dwayne McRae, entered the university's Student Services building and began firing at random.
Syria to open two more border crossings for aid delivery in the wake of a recent earthquake that devastated parts of northern Syria. This decision was made in response to a request by the United Nations, which has been providing much-needed aid to the region in the aftermath of the disaster.
Turkey finds more survivors as unrest increases a week after the deadly earthquake. A 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck the border region between Turkey and Syria on February 11 has resulted in the death of over 700 people and the displacement of thousands more.
Contact there is now such a thing as a UFO database with over 2 million pages of X files. The concept of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) has been a topic of fascination and speculation for decades.
The sky's not falling - Guam's mystery fireball linked to satellite test launch refers to an event that occurred in the skies over Guam in the Pacific Ocean. The event was widely reported by local media, who initially speculated that it was a UFO, a falling meteor, or even a military missile test.
Morgan Stanley says China's first quarter growth could fall as low as 3.5% due to Coronavirus. Morgan Stanley, a multinational investment bank and financial services company, predicted in 2020 that China's first-quarter growth could fall as low as 3.5% due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Hackers interrupt Iran leader's revolution anniversary speech on the 44th anniversary of Iran's Islamic Revolution, which is led by Ali Khamenei. The speech was being broadcast live on state television when the interruption occurred.
North Korea shows off its largest collection of long-range missiles as it put on a show of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs). Analysts say that the number of ICBMs could put the US defense system to the test.
New Zealand's navy intercepts a floating haul of cocaine in the Pacific Ocean as they are credited with making what is being called the country's most significant drug seizure to date.
White House official says Huawei has secret back door to extract data. Huawei, the world's largest telecommunications equipment maker, had been facing increased scrutiny from governments around the world over concerns about the security of its technology.
Several Joe Biden fundraisers jump ship from his struggling campaign to back Mike Bloomberg the former New York City Mayor. This turn of events highlighted the challenges faced by Biden's campaign, which has struggled to gain traction in the polls and raise the necessary funds to compete with other candidates.
Former aide alleges sexual assault against Republican George Santos. Derek Myers, who is 30 years old, also said that Mr. Santos broke the rules of ethics by letting him work for free.
Ukraine prepared for a new Russian offensive later in February, according to the outgoing Ukraine defense minister. Oleksiy Reznikov said at a news conference that not all Western weapons will have arrived by then, but that Ukraine has enough supplies to keep Russian forces at bay.
Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has died at the age of 79 in Dubai, according to Pakistani media reports. Musharraf served as Pakistan's president from 2001 until 2008 and also held the position of Chief of Army Staff from 1998 to 2007.
The US secures bases deal with the Philippines to complete its Western Alliance, as this will allow it to access military bases within the country, completing its western alliance in the region.
On Tuesday, January 31, the founder of a cryptocurrency company My Big Coin sentenced to 8 years in prison for fraud after he defrauded investors and customers out of millions of dollars by marketing a virtual currency called My Big Coin with lies and half-truths. He did this in order to promote the sale of the virtual currency.
At least 100 people has died after a bomb blast in a Pakistan mosque on Tuesday. The incident happened after a suicide bomber blew up a mosques in Peshawar, in the northwest of Pakistan.
Rio Tinto has issued an apology for the loss of a small radioactive capsule in Australia. The multinational mining corporation said the capsule disappeared while it was being transported through Western Australia.
An American-born Spaniard now holds the title for the world's oldest person. She has lived through the atrocities of two world wars, a civil war, and two pandemics that swept the planet.
A Mysterious And Deadly Virus From China Could Have Infected 35 Times More People Than Official Totals Scientists Warn
Scientists have cautioned that the Chinese authorities' official estimates of the number of people infected with a deadly and little-known new virus could be incorrect by a factor of 35.
In the midst of establishing a new field of astronomical discoveries, there is a time when you are simply trying to collect as much information as possible. Each new object you uncover in this newly discovered class is a prize, perhaps THE ONE that will finally solve the mystery of what is occurring.