Mounting Frustration Amongst Morocco Quake Survivors as Aid Delays Continue

After spending their fourth night outside, several earthquake survivors in Morocco were struggling in temporary shelters on Tuesday, and the people in the ravaged mountain areas expressed their dissatisfaction at the lack of assistance they had gotten from the authorities. 2,862 people were killed and 2,562 injured in the 6.8 magnitude earthquake that occurred late…

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Biden’s Visit to Vietnam Sparks Business Talks and Unveils AI and Boeing Deals

Executives from leading U.S. and Vietnamese firms in the semiconductor, technology, and aviation industries convened on Monday in an effort to forge business partnerships during President Joe Biden’s visit to Hanoi, which has resulted in new agreements involving aircraft and AI. According to the meeting agenda, senior executives from Google (GOOGL.O), Intel (INTC.O), Amkor (AMKR.O),…

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Xi Jinping Signals Departure from the Established World Order

The G20 meeting, the year’s most important diplomatic gathering, brought together the most influential world leaders in New Delhi, but Chinese President Xi Jinping decided it was not worth his time. His absence conveys a clear message: China is done with the current global order. Xi is willing to maintain some well-known organizations that he…

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UN Worries Over Nuclear Safety as Ukraine Plant Faces Increased Threats

The largest nuclear power plant in Europe is located near an area of increased fighting, and the United Nations nuclear watchdog warned of a potential threat to nuclear safety on Saturday as Ukrainian forces pressed their counteroffensive. The International Atomic Energy Agency claimed that its experts stationed at the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhzhia, seized…

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Russian Military Leader Admits Ukraine Operation as Prelude to European Invasion

An important Russian general who last week received promotion from Russian President Vladimir Putin sees the invasion of Ukraine as merely a “stepping stone” to escalating tensions with Europe. In February 2022, Putin began a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, which led many observers to worry that the Kremlin might have more ambitious goals than simply…

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Devastating Earthquake in Morocco Claims Over 800 Lives and Wrecks Marrakech’s Historic Landmarks

More than 800 people were killed and several buildings were damaged by a rare, violent earthquake that slammed Morocco late on Friday night. The damage ranged from communities in the Atlas Mountains to the ancient city of Marrakech. While rescuers battled to get to the most remote locations affected, it was anticipated that the death…

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North Korea Introduces ‘Tactical Nuclear Attack’ Submarine, Marking a ‘New Era’

In order to compete with the United States and its Asian allies, North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un has launched the nation’s first operational “tactical nuclear attack submarine.” Kim presided over the launch of Submarine No. 841 on Wednesday, which was given the moniker Hero Kim Kun Ok in honor of a significant North Korean…

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Legal Marijuana, Elevated Risks: Increased Traffic Accidents Linked to Driving While Stoned

According to a new study, driving stoned is more risky than driving drunk in Canada, where recreational cannabis was legalized in 2018. The study discovered that marijuana-related road accidents requiring emergency room treatment increased 475% between 2010 and 2021. Car accidents caused by drunk driving increased only 9.4% during the same time period, despite the…

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