Another earthquake has followed in the wake of a deadly 7.7 magnitude tremor that left 10 people dead and damaged 55 cultural heritage sites in the Mexican state of Oaxaca.
The SIS has been subject to little oversight and few legal constraints since its establishment in 1956 – in fact, it operated without being subject to any regulations whatsoever for the first 13 years of its existence.
Iran has recently been helping Venezuela, another nation hit by US sanctions, by supplying it with fuel after the country's own refineries lost most of their capacity to work with the ultra-heavy blend of crude extracted from Venezuela’s oilfields, leading to petrol shortages.
For decades, scientists have been trying to find out what happened to the ancient Maya. Overpopulation, extended drought, war, environmental degradation, and climate factors are cited as potential reasons for the downfall of the Maya peoples. A new study may shed light on the collapse of the Mayan civilisation.
Northern Mozambique has been in the grip of a jihadist insurgency since 2017, with the violence having reportedly already killed more than 1,000 people there.
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.
Despite most bars being shuttered due to the ongoing pandemic, the 90s one-hit-wonder said he would perform at the Independence Day Throwback Beach Party with Colour Me Badd.
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.