On 26 February, Joe Biden visited Texas, vowing to help the state recover after a blizzard disaster. The Lone Star State was severely hit by winter storms sweeping across the country between 10 and 17 February 2021, which led to power outages, food shortages, and problems with the water supply.
On Friday, the maritime security risk management firm Dryad Global identified the vessel as the MV Helios Ray, which is reportedly owned by an Israeli businessman, but sails under a Bahamian flag.
Waves and creases along the banks of Siberia's Markha River appear to look more like stripes in recently published images, yet it remains unknown if the geological build-up is solely responsible for the weird pattern.
Eight embassy staffers used a rail vehicle to safely ferry their children and luggage across the Tumen River that separates North Korea from Russia, while air travel is still frozen between the two due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In his six-hour testimony to a parliamentary inquiry on Friday, former Scottish first minister and SNP leader Alex Salmond meticulously set out his case that his successor Nicola Sturgeon broke the Ministerial Code during the two-year campaign to accuse and convict him of sexual misconduct.
In 79 AD, the city along with several thousands of its inhabitants were buried in ash and pumice following an eruption of Mount Vesuvius, which historians say lasted for two days. Despite its tragic history, the city was largely preserved under the ash and offers a unique look into what life looked like in Ancient Rome.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - USS John Warner, a Virginia-class submarine of the United States navy, was prepared to sink Russian warships should they respond to the US airstrike in Syria in April 2018, Fox News reported on Friday.
The global death toll from the coronavirus pandemic is now over 2.5 million, while the number of COVID-19 cases has surpassed 113 million worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University.