Derek Chauvin found guilty of George Floyd murder

Derek Chauvin found guilty of George Floyd murder

A jury found that former Police officer Derek Chauvin was guilty of the murder of a 46-year-old African-American man named George Floyd, who died on a Minneapolis street last year. Bystanders filmed Mr Floyd showing 45-year-old Derek Chauvin kneeling on his neck for over nine minutes during an arrest in...

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Yoghurt COVID-19 Vaccine trials trigger immune response in animals

Yoghurt COVID-19 Vaccine trials trigger immune response in animals

Yoghurt COVID-19 Vaccines are being developed. Yes, we just said that. A team of scientists from St Petersburg in Russia are reportedly trying out an alternative to Vaccine jabs. Production would speed up immunising millions of people and leave them with a somewhat pleasant taste in their mouths for those...

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Russia will be going to the Moon very soon with a series of Lunar missions

Russia will be going to the Moon very soon with a series of Lunar missions

Soviet space travel is coming back in the near future with many missions surrounding going to the moon. Lander Luna 25 will launch in October of this year to finally end a 45-year timeframe of silence following Russian moon landings. The first arrival will land on the south pole of...

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Axe-wielding Man near Buckingham Palace gets arrested

Axe-wielding Man near Buckingham Palace gets arrested

A man was arrested outside Buckingham Palace after he was seen allegedly walking while wielding an axe. At least six armed Metropolitan Police officers arrested the man after he was spotted wielding the axe while they were on patrol. He was walking on The Mall Road toward the Queen's Royal...

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Prince Phillip dies at age 99

Prince Phillip dies at age 99

Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh, has died. He passed away at the age of 99, serving as a companion to his wife Queen Elizabeth II for over 60 years. Due to failing health in recent years, he had kept along until March 16 where he was released from London's...

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President Putin warns ‘the end of Ukraine’ is coming following conflict

President Putin warns ‘the end of Ukraine’ is coming following conflict

An increase in Russian troops near Ukraine's eastern border is ramping up vicious threats, where tensions are rising, that outcomes of conflict could make the end of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. Recently separatist rebels and Ukrainian troops have been clashing together, causing violence. Troops have been building up by...

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Multiple injured and one killed after mass shooting in Texas, suspect in custody

Multiple injured and one killed after mass shooting in Texas, suspect in custody

A gunman reportedly opened fire at an industrial park at 350 Stone City Drive, Kent Moore Cabinets in Bryan, Texas. Six ambulances were on the scene treating at least five people who were injured from wounds. One person sadly died as a result. Police launched a manhunt as the suspect...

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America facing Ketchup shortage due to COVID-19 Pandemic

America facing Ketchup shortage due to COVID-19 Pandemic

Reportedly, the COVID-19 Pandemic is causing a nationwide ketchup shortage. Restaurants around America are ‘scambling' to get ahold of tomato sauce. Due to the demand for ditching shared bottles due to health measures, the ramping up of packets and other single-use containers have become more popular. Since January last year,...

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Russian President Vladimir Putin signs law allowing two more terms

Russian President Vladimir Putin signs law allowing two more terms

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on Monday that will allow for him to probably hold two more years of power to 2036. It ends a year-long process to reset presidential terms, rewriting the constitution with a constitutional vote that includes a provision to reset prior term limits. The...

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Quarantine-free travel to start between New Zealand and Australia on April 19

Quarantine-free travel to start between New Zealand and Australia on April 19

New Zealand and Australia's borders will open without quarantine measures over the COVID-19 Pandemic from Monday, April 19. Cabinet finalised a meeting on Tuesday afternoon discussing that the Trans-Tasman bubble will be reopened after being closed for at least a year. Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield had brought up...

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