Wednesday, May 29, 2024
The Office of Russia's Prosecutor General has announced that the country is banning Greenpeace, accusing the organization of undermining infrastructure and energy projects that are beneficial to Russia by inciting protests against them. Russia...
Technology and Science Secretary Michelle Donelan has announced plans to jail social media bosses who fail to censor "harmful" content.
Recent waves of anti-government protests have emerged in France, Greece, Great Britain, Israel, Venezuela, South Korea, Moldova, and Portugal, and the recent one in France is "setting the world on fire."
Due to not registering in the national digital identity database (NIN) Nigeria has blocked a total of 73 million mobile phones, which has prevented them from making outgoing calls.
In a letter sent to Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra, Senator Rand Paul asked if Tony Fauci actually retired. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., is demanding to know whether Dr. Anthony Fauci is...
According to a recently published report in Politico, French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin and other officials blame the deadly New Caledonia uprising on TikTok, Russia, and Azerbaijan. Further disturbing...
King Charles III serves as the head of state of 14 sovereign countries other than his own, making the UK the most prolific among the world's 17 constitutional monarchies. The coronation of King Charles...
With Daniel Snyder's exit, Washington's wish to become a big-time business town has failed.
Argentina's YPF Luz collaborates with Genesis Digital Assets to mine Bitcoin using natural gas from oil fields, turning stranded energy into a resource. Bitcoin is becoming more and more...
A controversial Chinese firm has sued Indian Railways for terminating a Rs 471 crore World Bank funded project. The move is in retaliation to Indian Railways canceling the construction contract of a Chinese company for a signalling and telecommunication project...