Monthly Archives: March, 2024

Peru: President’s house raided in search of luxury watches

The Peruvian government expressed strong disapproval of the search conducted at President Dina Boluarte's residence on Saturday, in search of luxury watches, denouncing it...

Why Australia’s music festivals are falling over?

On Wednesday, following a day of intense speculation, Splendour in the Grass made the announcement of canceling this year's music festival, just one week...

Surveillance cameras to fight crime in Oakland

The governor of California announced on Friday the installation of numerous advanced surveillance cameras across Oakland and its surrounding highways to combat crime. Gavin...

England records 60% hike in hospital admissions for waterborne diseases

Recent data in England has indicated a 60% surge in waterborne diseases like dysentery and Weil's disease (leptospirosis) since 2010, highlighting a growing health...

Indigenous children unsafe in Australia: Report

Seeing footage of young indigenous individuals forcefully hitting glass doors and attempting to break through windows is shocking and signals a profound crisis affecting...

45 dead in South Africa as bus falls into ravine

A tragic incident in South Africa has left an eight-year-old child as the sole survivor after a bus carrying 46 people plunged 50 meters...

Biden approves $60m aid for Baltimore bridge collapse

Maryland Governor Wes Moore has cautioned that the recovery from the collapse of Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge will be a lengthy process, as...

Ontario to allow Indigenous languages in legislature

Legislators in Ontario will now have the option to communicate in Indigenous languages when addressing the province's legislature, marking a significant shift that acknowledges...

France-Brazil relationship in intact: Macron

If the official photographs are any indication, Emmanuel Macron recent three-day excursion to Brazil seems more akin to a romantic escapade than a formal...

Increase in oil, gas activities cast shadow on Paris climate goals

The United States leads this surge in activity, which contradicts the International Energy Agency's (IEA) previous assertion that to prevent exceeding 1.5 degrees Celsius...

Oxford English Dictionary adds 23 new Japanese words

The inclusion of 23 Japanese words into the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) marks a significant acknowledgment of the deep cultural exchanges between Japan and...

Two bodies recovered in Baltimore bridge collapse

The recovery of two men from beneath the Baltimore bridge, following its collapse due to a container ship collision early Tuesday, was confirmed on...

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US: 40% of people exposed to unhealthy levels of air pollution

According to a recent report by the American Lung Association, nearly 40% of people in the US are exposed to unhealthy levels of air...

Profits dip, Tesla comes up with new models

Tesla's profits have significantly declined this year, prompting the company to accelerate the release of new models and cut thousands of jobs in an...

Greece: Athens covered with orange Sahara dust haze

An intense orange haze has enveloped Athens, creating a surreal landscape as vast clouds of Sahara Desert dust have drifted over the city. This...

Argentina: People protest against cuts to public universities

Tens of thousands of demonstrators filled the streets of Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, on Tuesday, to protest and for voicing their opposition...