Group of engineers and architects present new evidence contradicting a 2008 NIST report, which stated that Building 7 collapsed due to fire
Nonprofit organization Thinking Huts wants to build the world’s first 3D-printed teaching institution in Madagascar, collaborating with established organizations and local workers. The school building
This human-made canal is a crucial transportation link between Asia and Europe, and this short halt in movement caused billions of dollars of damage
Corporations fall through the cracks when it comes to paying taxes, the Congress needs to create a third-party verification system for their income
The military has issued 11 arrest warrants against staff members of the Open Society Foundation and has arrested the organization’s financial officer over allegations of financial misconduct
The European Union’s medicines regulator declared the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 jab, which is still undergoing clinical trials, as safe to use following its suspension in several
President of Tanzania who revealed goat and fruit tested positive for COVID-19 virus died from ‘heart attack’
According to rumours, John Magufuli died from COVID-19, while the new president of Tanzania says it was a “heart attack” from a decade long battle with a heart ailment
Imports and exports of arms are said to be close to their highest level since the end of the cold war
Are freedom and human rights just an illusion in developed countries? People are beaten, arrested, silenced, fined, and oppressed for protesting questionable COVID restrictions. Why
India’s Koo App — Twitter’s doppelgänger — gains rapid, unprecedented traction amid the country’s techno-nationalism
Home to the world’s second largest internet population, India is on the precipice of a whole new online ecosystem.
The report found that overweight and obese people are more likely to experience severe symptoms of the virus and are at a greater risk for hospitalization and death
After reports of blood clot formations in vaccinated individuals, health authorities in Denmark, Norway, and Iceland have halted the use of Oxford-AstraZeneca’s experimental COVID-19 vaccine
Prince William denies racism, Queen issues statement, Piers Morgan quits: the fallout of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s tell-all interview with Oprah
Critics called out the Royal Family’s failure to protect Markle from the UK Press, while insulating Prince Andrew from tabloids in the past
Police officers, who resigned their jobs in Myanmar and fled to India, give first-hand accounts of the orders they were given by military to shoot peaceful protesters
The Health Minister said people should try natural remedies instead.
An independent report published on March 9 found that the Chinese government’s alleged genocide against the Uyghur population in Xinjian violated every provision in the
The earthquakes sparked tsunami fears, resulting in mass evacuations
A new report found that at least 29 countries intentionally stopped or slowed down internet communications in 2020
Mayor Michael Victorino of Maui County, Hawaii, has issued an evacuation for some residents due to heavy rainfall and flooding, amid fears of dam failure.
On March 3, Mississippi rolled back its COVID-19 restrictions, including its mandatory masking policy. Two days later, on March 5, citizens flooded the streets, restaurants,