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  • Gunfire Heard Inside A Besieged Hotel In Somalia Capital

    Gunfire Heard Inside A Besieged Hotel In Somalia Capital

    Gunfire heard inside a besieged hotel in Somalia capital. According to authorities, Al Shabaab terrorists besieged the facility near the president's mansion in the capital for nearly a day before Somali security forces stormed the building, ending the siege and killing nine people.

  • Global Health Experts Give Monkeypox A New Name

    Global Health Experts Give Monkeypox A New Name

    Global health experts give monkeypox a new name "mpox". The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared that monkeypox would henceforth be referred to this name after receiving several complaints over the racial and stigmatizing connotations of the previous term.

  • Nicole Kidman Surprises Hugh Jackman With $100,000 Donation

    Nicole Kidman Surprises Hugh Jackman With $100,000 Donation

    This holiday season, Nicole Kidman is in a giving mood. After a show of "The Music Man" on Saturday at New York's Winter Garden Theatre, the actress, Nicole Kidman surprises Hugh Jackman and the crowd by buying Hugh Jackman's hat for $100,000 to raise money for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

  • Foreign Minister Of Belarus Vladimir Makei Dies Suddenly

    Foreign Minister Of Belarus Vladimir Makei Dies Suddenly

    The foreign minister of Belarus Vladimir Makei dies suddenly. Vladimir Makei, who was Belarus's foreign minister, died suddenly on Saturday (November 26) at the age of 64, according to the country's foreign ministry. On its official Facebook page, the Foreign Ministry of Belarus said, "Vladimir Makei, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus, passed away suddenly today." It didn't say anything else about how the foreign minister of Belarus Vladimir Makei dies suddenly.

  • Fame And Flashdance Singer And Actress Irene Cara Dies At 63

    Fame And Flashdance Singer And Actress Irene Cara Dies At 63

    Irene Cara, an actress and singer who won an Oscar and sang the theme songs for the hit 1980s movies "Fame" and "Flashdance," dies at the age of 63, her publicist said Saturday.

  • NASA's Orion Spacecraft Enters Moon Orbit As Test Flight Gets Close To Halfway Mark

    NASA's Orion Spacecraft Enters Moon Orbit As Test Flight Gets Close To Halfway Mark

    On Friday, as its test mission approached its halfway point, NASA's Orion spacecraft enters Moon orbit stretching tens of thousands of kilometers around the moon. More than a week after launching on the $4 billion demonstration that is designed to pave the path for humans, the spacecraft and its three test dummies reached lunar orbit.

  • Death Toll Rises To 12 In India's Mumbai Measles Outbreak

    Death Toll Rises To 12 In India's Mumbai Measles Outbreak

    Twelve youngsters in Mumbai and the surrounding regions have reportedly died from measles. Death toll rises to 12 in India's Mumbai measles outbreak. Three children died in a span of 48 hours beginning around October 26-27.

  • 2022 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: Inside The Star-Studded Celebration

    2022 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: Inside The Star-Studded Celebration

    It's time once again for the 2022 Macy's thanksgiving day parade: inside the star-studded celebration! Those who braved the crowds in New York City to attend the celebrations will not be disappointed, as it appears that a large number of celebrities will be in attendance at the event.

  • The Majority Of Kyiv Is Still Without Power After Russian Missile Strikes

    The Majority Of Kyiv Is Still Without Power After Russian Missile Strikes

    The majority of Kyiv is still without power after Russian missile strikes as around 70% of the Ukrainian capital woke up without power, as work continued to fix the city's water supply.

  • New Study Finds That Consuming More Flavonol Rich Foods May Slow Down memory Decline

    New Study Finds That Consuming More Flavonol Rich Foods May Slow Down memory Decline

    A study published in the online issue of $ Neurology®$ , the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, on November 22, 2022, found that consuming more flavonol rich foods may slow down memory decline.

  • Cate Blanchett Sprawled Across The Desk Answering Colbert Questionert

    Cate Blanchett Sprawled Across The Desk Answering Colbert Questionert

    When answering The Colbert Questionert on Tuesday's broadcast of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Cate Blanchett sprawled across the desk. To learn more about the Oscar winner's character, Stephen presented Cate with a questionnaire consisting of 15 questions that were "ergonomically created."

  • Walmart Manager Kills 6 Workers And Himself In Chesapeake Shooting

    Walmart Manager Kills 6 Workers And Himself In Chesapeake Shooting

    Walmart manager kills 6 workers and himself in Chesapeake shooting according to an eyewitness. The shooting occurred on Wednesday at a Walmart Inc. store in Virginia as the manager went into a break room and opened fire on other employees before turning the gun on himself. Seven people died in the latest mass shooting in the United States.

  • She Said Stars Praise Women For Speaking Up Against Harvey Weinstein

    She Said Stars Praise Women For Speaking Up Against Harvey Weinstein

    She Said stars praise women who spoke out against Harvey Weinstein. The movie had its world premiere at the London Film Festival on Friday, Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan play the award-winning journalists who broke the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment story.

  • NASA's Orion Spacecraft Fly 81 Miles From The Moon, Breaking A Record

    NASA's Orion Spacecraft Fly 81 Miles From The Moon, Breaking A Record

    On Monday morning, during Artemis 1's fifth day, NASA's Orion spacecraft fly 81 miles from the Moon. The Orion spacecraft came closer to the moon than it ever has before. On Wednesday, NASA's most powerful rocket to date, the Orbit Launch System (SLS), successfully launched Artemis I from Florida, bringing Orion into space.

  • Two Estonians Arrested For Allegedly Orchestrating A Crypto Scam Worth $575 Million

    Two Estonians Arrested For Allegedly Orchestrating A Crypto Scam Worth $575 Million

    Two Estonians arrested for allegedly orchestrating a crypto scam worth $575 million. They were arrested in the capital city of Tallinn by the Estonian for their roles in a "enormous" Ponzi scheme that scammed cryptocurrency investors.

  • Kelly Rowland Told The AMA Crowd To "Chill Out" On Chris Brown Win

    Kelly Rowland Told The AMA Crowd To "Chill Out" On Chris Brown Win

    Kelly Rowland supported Chris Brown at the American Music Awards on Sunday, when the crowd cheered and booed his win. That's when Kelly Rowland Told The AMA Crowd To Chill Out.

  • Humans May Live On Moon By 2030 According To NASA

    Humans May Live On Moon By 2030 According To NASA

    Nasa officials have talked about their hopes for the agency's lunar program after the launch of the first Artemis mission, which might land humans on the Moon by the end of the decade. According to Nasa's chief of the Orion lunar spacecraft mission, humans may live on Moon by 2030.

  • 162 Confirmed Dead In Indonesia After A Magnitude 5.6 Earthquake

    162 Confirmed Dead In Indonesia After A Magnitude 5.6 Earthquake

    According to recent news 162 confirmed dead in Indonesia after a magnitude 5.6 earthquake. The governor of Indonesia's West Java province confirmed the number of the people that died.

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