Navy spokesman Enrique Balbi has dashed hopes that they could have found the country's missing submarine, saying that the sounds which they have detected in the South Atlantic were not from the lost vessel. Meanwhile, time is running out as there are concerns that the sub, if submerged, only has oxygen for two more days.
On Friday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced his decision to withdraw 40 Turkish servicemen from the Trident Javelin NATO drills in Norway after he and founder of the Turkish Republic Mustafa Kemal Ataturk had been listed as enemies during the exercise.
It is possible that the first explosion that happened deep inside the Chernobyl Nuclear Plant in 1986, setting off an ecological disaster, was, in fact, nuclear, a group of scientists from Sweden says.
Talk show host Charlie Rose has been accused by eight women of sexual misconduct, the Washington Post reported Monday. Within hours, CBS, PBS and Bloomberg TV announced that the prominent journalist had been suspended and that the distribution of his programs had been halted as the allegations are investigated.
The venerated US television program “60 Minutes” reported on the crisis in Yemen on Sunday, pointing out if “you keep going like you’re going, there’s not going to be anybody left, all the children are going to be dead.”
As early as the first half of 2018, China’s People’s Liberation Army is slated to commission a new multi-warhead intercontinental ballistic missile, the Dongfeng-41, that can target “anywhere in the world,” the Global Times reports.
The Kepler telescope, which has already helped discover some 2,300 exoplanets during its K2 planet-hunting mission, has been instrumental in identifying arguably the fastest-orbiting planet ever discovered.
The Trump Administration has announced that it would not renew the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for more than 50,000 Haitians with provisional legal residency in the US due to noticeable progress made since the 2010 quake in Haiti.
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