US Department of Justice Marshals rescue 27 missing Children in Virginia

US Department of Justice Marshals rescue 27 missing Children in Virginia

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) Marshals announced on Friday (local UST, Saturday NZT) that they have rescued 27 missing children in Virginia. The U.S. Marshals in the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia undertook a five-day law enforcement effort named ‘Operation Find Our Children’ throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia...

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Greece and Turkey Earthquake: death toll reaches 39

Greece and Turkey Earthquake: death toll reaches 39

On Friday (local time) a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck in the Aegean Sea that left many without power or a safe building to shelter in overnight (local time) in Turkey and Greece. The earthquake flattened 20 buildings in coastal Turkey. The large shake sent a surge of seawater flooding streets...

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Greece and Turkey Earthquake: search for survivors continue

Greece and Turkey Earthquake: search for survivors continue

On Friday (local time) a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck in the Aegean Sea that left many without power or a safe building to shelter in overnight (local time) in Turkey and Greece. The earthquake flattened 20 buildings in coastal Turkey. The large shake sent a surge of seawater flooding streets...

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Earthquake hits Greece and Turkey, causing deaths and floods

Earthquake hits Greece and Turkey, causing deaths and floods

A strong magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck in the Aegean Sea that left at least 19 people dead Friday (local time) in Turkey and Greece and flattened around 20 buildings in coastal Turkey. The large shake sent a surge of seawater flooding streets of Izmir and Samos. Turkey put the magnitude...

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Twitter experiences large worldwide outage

Twitter experiences large worldwide outage

Twitter went down on Friday, appearing to be a global outage according to user reports. The problem began at 10:35 am on Friday, New Zealand time. Users were unable to send any new tweets. The website initially remained accessible to accounts that were verified and some un-verified, but an error...

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Donald J. Trump and First lady Melania Trump test positive for Coronavirus

Donald J. Trump and First lady Melania Trump test positive for Coronavirus

The United States President Donald J. Trump and the First Lady Melania Trump have both tested positive for Coronavirus. The announcement was made following Mr Trump’s closest aides, 31-year-old adviser Hope Hicks, that had tested positive for Coronavirus. Ms Hicks’s travelled with Mr Trump on Air Force One to go...

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324,000 used Condoms cleaned and resold in southern Vietnam

324,000 used Condoms cleaned and resold in southern Vietnam

Market authorities in Binh Duong Province have caught people distributing over 324,000 used condoms that were about to be cleaned and resold in the market. The Binh Duong market management station busted the plant in the province’s Tan Vinh Hiep Ward in Tan Uyen Town on Saturday. The illegal plant...

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NZ Livestock ship carrying 5,800 cows goes missing in East China Sea

NZ Livestock ship carrying 5,800 cows goes missing in East China Sea

A livestock ship carrying 5,800 cows sent a distress signal at 4:45 am NZT yesterday in the East China Sea. The area that the ship has been in was affected by Typhoon Maysak. At 4 pm a patrol plane spotted a lifeboat, but no one was in it. The patrol...

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First COVID-19 Reinfection confirmed in Hong Kong

First COVID-19 Reinfection confirmed in Hong Kong

A man in Hong Kong has been confirmed as the first case to become re-infected with COVID-19. The man previously had COVID-19. Hong Kong researchers have sequenced the virus genomes from both of the man’s infections and found significant differences, implying the patient had been infected with two different types...

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Explosion destroys windows and buildings in Lebanons capital city Beirut

Explosion destroys windows and buildings in Lebanons capital city Beirut

On Tuesday evening two massive explosions crippled Lebanon’s capital city, Beirut. The explosion has killed more than 78 people, and over 4,000 are injured. Footage taken and posted to social media shows buildings and windows taken out as the explosion ignites, streets were littered with debris and, the massive blasts...

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