Chilean lawmakers have agreed to redraft the country’s constitution following weeks of mass protests. However, the agreement ignores protesters’ material concerns, so posturing by the government and mass media as having addressed the protests’ raison d’etre could introduce a dangerous impatience to the police and make the violence worse.
Just hours after Hong Kong’s High Court ruled the city’s face mask ban unconstitutional, a spokesperson for the National People’s Congress (NPC) of China slammed the decision and voiced the disagreements of committee members belonging to the country’s top legislative affairs body.
Former Daesh* leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was killed on 26 October in a US military raid in Syria’s Idlib province soon after US President Donald Trump agreed to withdraw American troops from northeastern Syria.
NASA’s Inspector General (IG) predicts that the US will have to spend $90 million per seat for flights on the CST-100 Starliner, a spacecraft currently being constructed by Boeing to transport people to the International Space Station (ISS).
A 44-year-old man with a family history of glaucoma visited an ophthalmology clinic to reestablish care after relocating. American doctors found that the man suffered from a very rare Pigment Dispersion Syndrome (PDS) that turns a person's cornea into an incarnation of the Tolkien-created Middle Earth 'Eye of Sauron'.
The last game for the Russian national team in the qualification of Euro 2020 ended with a solid victory over the San Marino squad on Tuesday with a 5-0 score in Group I.
The ice in the Chukchi Sea, a marginal sea of the Arctic Ocean, was at its lowest level ever recorded at the beginning of this month, according to climate experts.
Recalling what she experienced while performing naked during the making of the HBO series, Emilia Clarke also mentioned the name of the man who helped her feel comfortable on set.