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US President, Mr. Joe Biden, yesterday fell while riding his bicycle near his beach home in the state of Delaware. Biden, who did not suffer any injuries, fell off his bicycle while attempting to greet a group of reporters and...
An investor in dogecoin, originally created as a joke but whose value increased and fell as it was promoted by Elon Musk, filed a $258 billion lawsuit Thursday against the billionaire and his companies Tesla and SpaceX. Keith Johnson, who...
Bolivian ex-president Jeanine Anez was sentenced Friday to 10 years in prison, more than a year after her arrest for an alleged plot dismissed as fictional by many to oust her rival and predecessor Evo Morales. Anez, 54, has been...
Russia on Tuesday reported its forces had taken full control of residential neighbourhoods in Ukraine’s flashpoint city of Severodonetsk, after Kyiv said its troops were fighting on in the eastern hub despite being outnumbered. “The residential areas of the city...
Britain will supply Ukraine with multiple-launch rocket systems that can strike targets up to 80 km (50 miles) away, it said on Monday, in a move that was coordinated with the United States in response to Russia's invasion. Defence Secretary...
The United States would defend Taiwan militarily if it was attacked, President Joe Biden said at a news conference in Japan. Biden added that China had no right to seize the island by force. Asked by a journalist whether the US...
A Kyiv court Monday ruled that a 21-year-old Russian soldier who killed a civilian was guilty of war crimes and handed him a life sentence, in the first verdict against Moscow’s forces since their invasion. “The court has found that...
A writer who penned a piece titled "How To Murder Your Husband" is on trial in the United States for...killing her husband. It is a case that has all the hallmarks of classic detective fiction -- a huge insurance payout,...
The US government has said that it would provide additional $215 million emergency food assistance in Nigeria, Algeria, Cameroon, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Mauritania, Burkina Faso, Rwanda, Tanzania, Kenya, among other countries. The US secretary of state, Antony Blinken, announced this in...
Russia said on Wednesday nearly 700 more Ukrainian fighters had surrendered in Mariupol, but Kyiv was silent about their fate, while a pro-Russian separatist leader said commanders were still holed up in tunnels beneath the giant Azovstal steelworks. More than...
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