The General Debate of the UN General Assembly started on Tuesday, and for the first time in its history, is being conducted virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Last week, Alaskan Senator Dan Sullivan announced that the US Air Force would deploy 150 F-22 and F-35 fighter jets to his state, and said that they, as well as the construction of America's first deepwater port in the Arctic Circle, will send a ‘message’ to Russia and China about US power projection capabilities in the Arctic.
The late Tupac Shakur, an iconic American rapper and songwriter, is considered to be one of the most influential hip-hop artists. In September 1996, the rapper was shot and killed in Las Vegas, but conspiracy theories continue to suggest that he faked his own death.
The Jalisco New Generation Cartel's expansion has reportedly allowed the criminal group to operate in “at least 35 states across Mexico and Puerto Rico”.
26 people, comprising 19 air cadets and seven flight crew, were killed after the Antonov AN-26 military transport plane they were travelling in slammed into the ground outside an air base about 420 km east of Kiev on Friday night. One cadet survived the crash.
The United States placed Sudan on its ‘State Sponsors of Terrorism’ list in 1993, after al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden moved to the country. The list also includes Iran, Syria and North Korea, with Cuba removed in 2015 during a brief period of warming ties with Washington close to the end of President Barack Obama’s second term.
As one research author explained, no matter what a so-called time traveler does in the past, events will always simply 'adjust themselves to any inconsistency'.
According to reports, 2019 was big on UFO sightings across the United States, with New York reportedly registering a 52 per cent surge in reports, triggering heightened media attention focused on the controversial and fascinating phenomenon.