The Labour Department's latest report, published today, showed a 4.8 million job increase for the American economy over the course of June, along with a fall in the country's unemployment from around 13% to 11.1%.
New Delhi (Sputnik): News updates about the intense India-China face-off in the Ladakh region, which has been ongoing for over a month, made international headlines throughout June. What hasn’t been spoken of as much is the serious war between the Asian giants heating up by the minute on Twitter.
The National Crime Agency and several European partners say they have smashed a secret communication system used by gangsters across the continent. It is said to be the biggest breakthrough since the Silk Road network on the Darkweb was taken down in 2013.
The work-parent balance is sometimes disturbed in the most public way imaginable. The pandemic has made this balance all the more fragile and given humanity some viral interview intrusions.
July 4th marks the 44th anniversary of Operation Entebbe conducted by Israeli commandos to release those on board an Air France flight from Tel Aviv to Paris that was hijacked by a group of Arab and German terrorists.
New Delhi (Sputnik): What would you do if you come to find out that the cold beer you have been chugging down for years has something as gross as urine in it? A similar report by a satirical website is leaving Twitter users in disgust, with drinkers and non-drinkers poking fun at each other.
Multiple research centres in numerous countries are trying to develop a vaccine against the coronavirus, as the number of those infected has already surpassed 10.6 million worldwide, while the death toll stands at around 515,000, according to Johns Hopkins University.