The FBI and authorities were investigating possible motives on Friday after a gunman killed eight people and injured several more at a FedEx warehouse in Indianapolis, in the latest of a string of mass shootings to rock the US. Authorities identified the gunman as 19-year-old Brandon Scott Hole of Indiana, according to multiple media reports. Police said they could not yet explain why he opened … Continue reading Indianapolis shooting: authorities investigate motive after eight killed
President Joe Biden is scrapping his pledge for a rapid expansion in the number of refugees allowed into the United States and will instead maintain the historically low ceiling of 15,000 people a year, a senior administration official said Friday. The Biden administration had recently stated it wanted to allow in some 60,000 refugees annually, ramping up to double the following year. That aim had … Continue reading Biden drops promise for quick expansion in refugee admissions
Eight West Point cadets have been expelled while 51 others must repeat a year of school over the academy’s biggest cheating scandal in more than 40 years. The military school is also ending its policy that allows students who violate its honor code to stay at the academy if they admit fault and accept punishment, a program known as the Willful Admission Process. Most of … Continue reading West Point expels 8 cadets over cheating scandal; more than 50 must repeat a year
YouTube celebrity Jeffree Star was hospitalized along with his friend Daniel Lucas after a “severe” car crash, he said Friday. “A few hours ago Jeffree and Daniel were in a severe car accident and the car flipped 3 times after hitting black ice,” said a tweet posted to Star’s account. “We will update you all when the doctor gives us more info. So thankful they … Continue reading YouTuber Jeffree Star hospitalized after ‘severe car accident’
The use of cryptocurrencies in financialsettlements, directly or through intermediaries, has been banned in Turkey since April 30, according to a decree published in the official newspaper Resmi Gazeta on Friday. It is forbidden to conduct any operations with cryptocurrencies between citizens and between organizations. Cryptocurrencies in Turkey cease to be an available means of payment between contracting parties through intermediaries or directly for the … Continue reading Turkey bans the use of cryptocurrencies !!
Raul Castro certainly had a vision for Cuba’s economic and political transition when he announced three years ago that he would step down as leader of the Communist Party in 2021. But things did not go according to his plan, as the island’s tourism-dependent island was hit by a pandemic, with the economy falling by at least 11 percent, according to government estimates, according to … Continue reading Cuba expects a historic change with the end of the Castro family era!
An Australian federal court has ruled that Google has misled users with information about the use of personal data collected through Android mobile devices, the market competition regulator announced today. The court concluded that Google had wrongly claimed that it could only collect information from the history of the sites between January 2017 and December 2018, the ACCC regulator said.The collection, storage and use of … Continue reading Google has falsely informed users about the collection of their data, an Australian court has ruled!!
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced on Thursday that his country would limit uranium enrichment to 3.67 percent if the United States returned t the 2015 nuclear deal and lift sanctions, the Middle East Monitor reported. “We will stop uranium enrichment by 26 percent if sanctions on Iran are lifted. “No one has the right to accuse Tehran of wanting to acquire nuclear weapons while the … Continue reading Rouhani: We will reduce uranium enrichment if US returns to nuclear deal