Although sabotage attacks targeting Iranian scientists and nuclear sites definitely inflicted some damage, they haven't changed the bigger strategic picture, says Iranian journalist and security analyst Mahan Abedin, adding that the Islamic Republic will continue to enrich uranium until the US sanctions are verifiably lifted.
Bitcoin's value has skyrocketed in recent years, shaking off its “underground” image and attracting the attention of big investors, including the likes of Tesla.
Following Tokyo’s decision to release around 1.25 million tonnes of treated wastewater contaminated by the wrecked Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the Pacific Ocean, numerous countries, including China, strongly opposed the move.
The scientists are now reportedly trying to establish why exactly they have yet to detect a big tremor on the Red Planet.
The site of a new housing development under construction in the Eastfield area of Scarborough, Yorkshire, UK, turned out to be hiding a remarkable and enigmatic secret, prompting the developer to alter plans.
A Liberal lawmaker from Quebec found himself in an embarrassing situation this week after a nude photo of him found its way online – it was taken during a virtual meeting with fellow parliamentarians. It’s easy to feel sorry for him – in COVID times many have been literally caught with their pants down during Zoom calls.
India has been witnessing record numbers of Covid cases on a daily basis over the past 10 days, following which several states have been forced to reintroduce lockdown-like curbs on social movement. The Delhi government also announced a weekend curfew on Thursday.
The global death toll from the coronavirus infection has topped 2.97 million; over 138 million cases of infection have been detected, according to Baltimore, Maryland's Johns Hopkins University, which tracks and compiles data from national and local authorities, the media and other sources.