Tragic Collision Claims 20 Lives in South African Diamond Mine Accident
Victims En Route to Venetia Mine in Limpopo Province
Concerns Raised About Vehicle Safety and Driver Licensing in Wake of Accident
The collision between a bus and a vehicle occurred in the northern Limpopo province, near the Zimbabwean border.
Twenty diamond mine...
Record Influx of Migrants Lands on Italy's Lampedusa
European Union Proposes a Ten-Point Plan to Address the Crisis
Overcrowded Lampedusa Migrant Center Struggles to Cope
A record number of migrants disembarked on Italy's Lampedusa island in the past week, prompting the European Union to present a contingency plan to assist the country...
Convicted Pedophile Barry Bennell Reported Dead in Prison
Bennell's Convictions and Lengthy Sentence
Investigation to Follow Bennell's Death in Prison
The ex-Crewe Alexandra coach and Manchester City recruit, who reportedly had cancer, had been in HMP Littlehey, near Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, where he was serving a 34-year sentence.
Former football coach and pedophile Barry...
Identification and Recording of Disaster Victims
Uncertainty Surrounding the Missing and Death Toll
International Aid Arrives Amidst Challenges in Coordination
A doctor wearing a mask leans into a black plastic body bag and manipulates the legs of the individual inside with care. "First, we determine age, sex, and length," he says.
Escalating Clashes and Attacks in Khartoum
Destruction of Key Structures and Landmarks in Central Khartoum
Ongoing Humanitarian Crisis and Displacement in Sudan
Witnesses reported that the Sudanese capital was engulfed in flames on Sunday and that paramilitary forces attacked the army headquarters for the second consecutive day as the conflict entered its...
Amnesty for American Bully XL Owners
Prohibition of American Bully XLs Announced
Debates and Concerns Surrounding Breed-Specific Ban
Following Rishi Sunak's announcement that American bully XLs will be prohibited, the UK's chief veterinary officer has stated that the dogs will not be culled.
Instead, Christine Middlemiss proposes a "amnesty" in which dog owners...
Arrival of Medical Supplies in Flood-Ravaged Libya
Urgent Appeal to Stop Mass Burials
Prosecution Over Dam Dereliction and Growing Crisis
It follows the eastern Libyan top prosecutor's announcement to punish those who dereliction two Derna dams.
A large shipment of medical supplies, including body bags, has arrived in flood-ravaged Libya, where aid workers...
Detention of NGO Staff by Taliban Authorities
Accusations of Christian Missionary Work
International Assistance Mission's Response
At least 18 staff members of an international NGO, including an American woman, have been detained by Taliban authorities in Afghanistan, who accuse them of carrying out Christian missionary work, the country's leaders announced on Saturday.
Ashton Kutcher Resigns from Child Sexual Abuse Combat Organization
Controversy Over Support Letter for Danny Masterson
Kutcher's Apology and the Impact on Thorn's Mission
Ashton Kutcher has resigned from the organization he founded to combat child sexual abuse, following an uproar over a letter of support sent to a judge following Danny...
Luxury Cruise Ship Stranded in Greenland's Alpefjord Freed by Fishing Vessel
Passengers to Be Flown Home as Ship Towed to Port for Damage Assessment
No Injuries, Environmental Contamination, or Hull Breach Reported; Passengers Remain in Good Spirits
The ship, carrying passengers from all over the globe, was freed from mud and silt...
NASA to Release Study Findings on Unexplained Flying Objects (UFOs)
Past Scientific Skepticism Surrounding UAPs (Unexplained Aerial Phenomena)
Recent Developments in UAP Investigations and Testimonies
Nasa will disclose the results of a long-awaited study on unexplained flying objects in Earth's atmosphere on Thursday (today).
Last year, the US Space Agency announced that it...
Emma Coronel, Wife of El Chapo, Released from US Prison
El Chapo's Criminal Empire and Coronel's Involvement
Coronel's Release and Possible Reunion with El Chapo
Emma Coronel, the wife of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán, has been released from prison in the United States.
Coronel pled guilty to drug trafficking charges and was sentenced...
Ofgem raises energy price limit.
Energy costs to fluctuate in 2024.
Transition to sustainable energy needed.
In January, the energy regulator Ofgem will increase its price limit for the average annual household energy bills to £1,898, marking a £64 rise, as per research firm Cornwall Insight.
A commonly accepted forecast predicted that energy...
UAW strike affects US economy.
Demands for higher pay.
Automakers face challenges.
The United Auto Workers (UAW) union is expanding its strike against some of America's largest automobile manufacturers, extending the dispute over pay and benefits into its third week.
Ford and General Motors union leader Shawn Fain said 7,000 more workers will...
Millions encouraged to book online flu jabs.
Accelerated vaccination due to new Covid variant.
Eligibility and booking options available.
Starting Monday, millions will be urged to book flu vaccinations online, aiming to ease the strain on the NHS this winter.
In response to the new Covid variant, NHS officials sped up the vaccination...
Texan couple arrested for selling endangered animals.
Illegal sale of jaguar and margay.
Face federal prison and fines.
Rafael Gutierrez-Galvan, 29, and Deyanira Garza, 28, may face up to five years in federal prison and a possible $20,000 fine if convicted of attempting to sell the endangered jaguar and margay.