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Thursday, July 2, 2020

Messi brings up his 700 goals with Panenka penalty

Yesterday, Lionel Messi, Argentine professional footballer, scored the seven hundredth goal of his career with a Panenka penalty in La Liga draw with Atletico...

China’s new Hong Kong law has instant chilling impact

China wrote and passed the latest national security law for Hong Kong behind closed doors, without consulting the local government of the city or...

Alexander-Arnold of Liverpool tends to build new dynasty

Trent Alexander-Arnold of Liverpool mythical dream has become a reality at the age of just twenty-one. He told CNN Sport after Liverpool secured its...

FBI warns public from fake COVID-19 antibody tests

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), fraudsters continue to take advantage of the COVID-19 misinformation by offering fake antibody tests to steal...

China is going to Reveal 600 km per hour Maglev Train Prototype

China is going to unveil a floating bullet train that is able to hit speeds of 600 km/h (approx....

Technology

Mississippi Government passed bill to remove confederate emblem from state flag

On Sunday, the Mississippi state legislature of the United States approved a bill to remove the Confederate symbol from the state’s flag in a...

Boeing to start test flights of the 737 Max – FAA

According to a spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), they gave the clearance to start test flights of its critical 737 Max jet....

Coronavirus antibodies may fade in two months

The latest study about the coronavirus suggests that antibodies (the proteins produced by the immune body’s system that give protection against reinfection) may weaken...

U.S. President signed executive order to protect Memorials & Monuments

On Friday, the President of the United States, Donald Trump, said that he signed an executive order to protect American statues, memorials, and monuments....

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China and UAE start coronavirus vaccine Phase 3 clinical trials in Humans

According to the the United Arab Emirates state media and China National Biotec Group, UAE and China just launched a Phase 3 clinical trial...

A Tidal Wave of Bankruptcies expected to flood businesses

According to many business experts, they are expecting several filings in the coming few months that the courts may struggle to recover the businesses...

CEO of Wirecard resigned after $2 billion goes missing

Over $2 billion missed at one of the most vaunted tech firms in Europe. The digital payments company, Wirecard, may never recover if it...

US Air Force selects first woman as top non-commissioned officer

The Air Force became the first United States military branch to name a woman as the top-ranking non-commissioned officer in the military. The Air...

Health

FDA withdraws approval of hydroxychloroquine Trump touted

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) withdrew its emergency use approval for the drugs hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine for the...

Bruce Dart wished Trump would suspend rally amid coronavirus spike

The director of the Tulsa Health Department, Bruce Dart said he wished Donald Trump, the President of the United...

Formula 1 races of Singapore, Japan and Azerbaijan are cancelled

The Singapore, Japanese, and Azerbaijan Formula 1 Grands Prix canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic across the world. Formula...

Google offered $1000 to Employees working from home

Since March, most of Google employees in the United States are working remotely from home because of the COVID-19...

Amazon warehouse workers to sue firm due to COVID-19 exposure

Warehouse workers of Amazon are going to sue the company with a claim that because of the lack of...

Cybersecurity

North Korea is conducting huge cyber-attacks against U.S.

According to several reports, North Korea is steering a massive malicious campaign against the United States and other worldwide countries. In April, the Federal...

US formally accuse China to steal COVID-19 research via cyberattacks

The United States Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced on Wednesday and warned that China possibly launching cyber-attacks to...

The U.S. accused China of attempts to steal its coronavirus research

The administration of Trump is accusing China of trying to steal the coronavirus research of the United States researchers. According to the officials, they...

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China passes national security law for Hong Kong

China reportedly passed a far-reaching Hong Kong national security law, that many experts fear may use to override current lawful processes and further erode...

Trump Administration asks Supreme Court to cancel Obamacare

On Thursday, the Justice Department of the United States asked the Supreme Court to invalidate Obamacare, the revolutionary health care law that enabled millions...

Justin Bieber sued for $20 million against two Twitter users

According to the latest report, Justin Bieber, 26, a Canadian singer, is taking legal action against two Twitter users as they accused him of...

WikiLeaks founder suspected in U.S. accusation of conspiracy

According to the new indictment of the Justice Department announced on Wednesday, Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, sought to hire hackers at conferences...

TikTok Users trolled Trump’s campaign in Tulsa

Donald Trump, the President of the United States, did not fill his campaign rally arena to over nineteen-thousand people capacity on Saturday night, regardless...

Facebook removes Trump ads for breaching its hate policy

On Thursday, Facebook said that it took action against the re-election campaign ads of President Donald Trump for violating its policy against organized hate....

Entertainment & Sports

Conor McGregor announces retirement for third time

Conor McGregor, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), announced his retirement for the third time in four years from fighting. The 31-year-old former two-weight UFC...

Sancho and Thuram join Protests against Racism

Jadon Sancho, the English forward player, also joined the global protests against racism on Sunday, like other sports stars. These protests held after the...

Biden wants women soccer players equal wages to men

Joe Biden, the former U.S. Vice President and Democratic 2020 presidential candidate, threaten to cut funding to the United States Soccer Federation if women...

France’s Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 will not resume this season

According to the officials, the Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 seasons will not resume this year after the France government announced to ban all...

Business

Boeing restarted production of 737 Max without fly approval

Boeing is again building the 737 Max on Wednesday without the approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to fly again, as well as the...

Uber laid off 3000 workers as coronavirus slashes ride demand

Uber, an American ride-hailing company, cut three thousand jobs from its employees, its second big wave of dismissals in the last fourteen days as...

Tesla restarts California Factory by challenging county orders

The dispute between Tesla, the electric vehicle company, and the California local officials about the restarting of the manufacturing facility worsened on Monday when...

States try to woo Tesla as California official threatens to drop Musk threat

Georgia and Utah are the latest U.S. states looking to take advantage of the threat of Elon Musk, the Chief Executive of Tesla, to...

News Around The World

Trump Admin sues Bolton over book publication dispute

On Tuesday, the Administration of Trump asked a federal judge to order John Bolton, the former national adviser to stop the publication of his...

Warren backs Biden in raising record $6 million

The former vice president and the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden, hauled in a record $6 million at a virtual fundraiser on Monday...

NASA appoints a new head of human spaceflight

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), appoints new head of human spaceflight – a tremendously significant role to fill as the agency returns...

Officer Derek Chauvin still eligible for $1M pension

Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer, could still eligible to receive over $1 million in pension benefits during his retirement years even if...

House Speaker may hide Confederate statues of leaders

Congress, the House of Representatives, might hide some of the statues of Confederate dotting the Capitol into some dark corner outside of the public...

Amazon banned the police from using its facial recognition tech

Amazon, the tech giant, banned the police from using its controversial facial recognition technology for a year. The American company took the move after...

Trump’s campaign demands CNN to apologize for a recent poll

The campaign of Donald Trump, the President of the United States, demands CNN to withdraw and apologize for a recent poll that showed the...

U.S. Air Force initiates spy drones over the South China Sea

The United States Air Force is now flying Global Hawk spy and B-1B bombers over the South China Sea and other regions within the...