Monthly Archives: September, 2022

PM Bob Loughman to face unprecedented challenges as snap elections announced in Vanuatu

The Republic of Vanuatu will witness snap elections on October 13, 2022, after President Nikenike Vurobaravu dissolved the parliament of the country and on...

Turkey’s 3k police to help secure FIFA World Cup

According to a source in the Turkish Interior Ministry, Turkey will send more than 3,000 riot police to Qatar to help secure World Cup...

Canada records C$6.33 billion budget surplus

According to the announcement made by the country's Ministry of Finance on Friday, the country's first four months of the fiscal year 2022/23 resulted...

As government shutdown internet in Iran, Musk to activate Starlink

Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX, announced on Friday that the government of Iran had shut off internet access due to widespread protests there...

Oscar-winner Louise Fletcher dies at 88 in France

At the age of 88, Louise Fletcher passed away. The Oscar-winning actress passed away at her home in Montdurausse, France, of natural causes, her...

Fisker plans to produce, sell electric SUV in India

According to the chief executive officer of the American startup Fisker Inc (FSR.N), the business could start producing its automobiles locally in a few...

FIFA World Cup players to get mobile app to analyse performance

Fans may anticipate a rush of statistics and match footage on social media when the World Cup begins in Qatar on Nov. 20. FIFA...

10 million Australians caught in cyber attack

Singapore Telecommunications Ltd.'s Optus, the second-largest telco in Australia, said it will contact up to 10 million users whose personal information was stolen in...

Over 300 killed due to floods in Nigeria this year

At least 300 people have died in floods in Nigeria this year, and the situation could get worse because of severe rains and the...

Invasion by Russia has cost ‘$1 trillion’ to Ukraine

Almost $1 trillion worth of damage has been caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, a government official in Kyiv claimed on Thursday as the...

Tesla recalls 1.1 million vehicles in US to update window reversing software

Because the window automated reversal system may not respond appropriately after sensing an obstruction, increasing the risk of damage, Tesla (TSLA.O) is recalling nearly...

Australia: Queen Elizabeth mourned from ‘world’s oldest continuous culture’

Australia observed a day of national mourning for Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday, with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese stating that rather than a statue,...

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PM Bob Loughman to face unprecedented challenges as snap elections announced in Vanuatu

The Republic of Vanuatu will witness snap elections on October 13, 2022, after President Nikenike Vurobaravu dissolved the parliament of the country and on...

Turkey’s 3k police to help secure FIFA World Cup

According to a source in the Turkish Interior Ministry, Turkey will send more than 3,000 riot police to Qatar to help secure World Cup...

Canada records C$6.33 billion budget surplus

According to the announcement made by the country's Ministry of Finance on Friday, the country's first four months of the fiscal year 2022/23 resulted...

As government shutdown internet in Iran, Musk to activate Starlink

Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX, announced on Friday that the government of Iran had shut off internet access due to widespread protests there...