In an unprecedented legal first in the UK, a court order has been issued on a London-based drill group, banning the musicians from releasing songs or performing their music without first getting police permission, and placing ‘stringent’ limitations on their lyrical content.
A new California law - innocuously titled Assembly Bill 807 - was approved by the state Senate Wednesday and seeks to eliminate the use of Daylight Saving Time (DST) in the Golden State.
The biggest airlines in the US are ignoring Chinese demands made in May to refer to Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau as Chinese territories rather than sovereign nations or autonomous regions, although many foreign-based carriers abide by the Beijing decree.
NASA suggests earthlings will just have to peer up into the sky to enjoy the sight of Mars in a matter of weeks.
FC Barcelona players talked about the Russian national team's Thursday's blowout against Saudi Arabia at the opening of the World Cup, with some coming to the conclusion that CSKA Moscow midfielder Aleksandr Golovin may just become a perfect substitute for midfielder Sergio Busquets.
The 35th Brigade of the Iraqi Army's 9th Armored Division has replaced its M1A1M Abrams main battle tanks with Russian T-90s. The US media have claimed that the decision was the result of Pentagon concerns about the Abrams falling into the hands of Iranian-backed militias. However, Russian observers say the T-90 is simply a better tank for Iraq.
Rumors of a close Tether/Bitcoin relationship first flagged months ago in the nascent cryptocurrency market seem to have now been justified. Last year’s tremendous spike in bitcoin’s value might have been purposefully engineered, suggests a newly released paper by academics from the University of Texas.
Secret military installations housing terrible secrets and powerful superweapons have long been the staple of action movies, spy thrillers and videogames. And while such “secrets” and “superweapons” usually reside in the realm of fiction, there are a number of mysterious military installations around the world.
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