Following its internal investigation into former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, the US State Department concluded Friday 38 people were “culpable” of sending classified information to her.
New satellite photos show the shipyard where China’s new Type 002 aircraft carrier is being built is just part of a massive, kilometer-long naval dock where even more large vessels might be constructed.
The 160-mile-long Garlock fault that runs northeast-southwest along the Mojave Desert in Southern California has begun moving for the first time on record, according to a study published Thursday by Caltech scientists and based on new satellite radar images.
Madinah Brown, a Muslim woman who lives in Delaware, has accused her employer of ordering her not to wear her hijab to work.
Mohamad Ramadan is an Egyptian actor and singer who has appeared on numerous TV shows and movies in Egypt as well as becoming an internet sensation in January 2019 following the release of his hit-song Mafia.
Despite the considerable expenses incurred by this incident, no one aboard the plane was injured, and the aircraft itself has since returned to service.
Turkey’s military operation against terrorist and Kurdish militia in northern Syria has had the unexpected side effect of uniting the Kurdish forces with Damascus, with the sides reaching a security agreement to allow Syrian Army forces to enter Kurdish-governed areas to help defend them against Ankara.
Six people died and 14 people have been injured after a dam on the river Seyba in the Kuraginsky district of Russia's Krasnoyarsk Territory collapsed early on Saturday, the press service of the Emergencies Ministry said, adding that the fate of 10 other people was unknown.