Dev Gutta

Dev Gutta is an experienced journalist, with 10+ years in the news and media industry. He’s passionate about storytelling and has a knack for finding the most interesting stories in the world and telling them in captivating ways. He went to the University of the Philippines and graduated with a degree in Broadcast Communication.
Burkina Faso, Niger Force Says It Has Killed 100 Extremists

Burkina Faso, Niger Force Says It Has Killed 100 Extremists

The joint military operation by Burkina Faso and Niger has killed at least 100 extremists, according to officials. The armed forces of Burkina Faso and Niger have arrested 20 rebel suspects in the last two weeks, according to a joint statement released on Friday. The announcement came after investigators seized significant equipment from these criminals

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Italy, France Deepen Economic, Defense Cooperation

The leaders of Italy and France have signed a historic agreement to strengthen cooperation on defence. The goal is for this partnership to create one big European Union that can stand up against Russia or other outside forces, but it won’t be easy with so much at stake there already seems no stopping them! The

Accidental Gunfire Panic Halted Flights At Atlanta Airport

Panic erupted at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport considered to be one of the busiest in the world when gunfire was shot resulting in three people getting minor injuries in chaos and a pack of flights halted during thanksgiving gateway weekend. The primary report said it was an active shooting, however, officials later cleared that

Iraq’s PM Closely Escapes From Militia Drone Attacks

Mustafa al-Kadhimi, the Prime Minister of Iraq got a close save from three explosive drone attacks on his residence in Baghdad on Sunday. Attack explosions left several bodyguards injured. According to Iraqi security officials and militia sources, the attacks, assumed to be made by Iran-backed militia as a result of pro-Iran groups were rigged out

Biden Commits In COP26 That US Will Lead Climate Control Till Net-Zero

President Biden appealed to the delegates of the UN Climate Summit COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland to restrain arguments and do something positive as “there’s no more time to hang back or sit on the fence or argue among ourselves.” Biden also mentioned that the U.S. will reduce carbon emissions by 50%-52% with respect to 2005

Biden Administration Compensates To Illegal Immigrants Suffered Zero Tolerance

The White House is making a suitable plan to pay millions of dollars compensation to illegal immigrant families separated at the US-Mexico border in 2018 during the “Zero Tolerance” policy of the Trump era. The Justice Department, Homeland Security & Health & Human Services are considering the amount to be paid to each family. American

Navy Finds Officers & Crew Responsible For USS Bonhomme Fire Case

A Navy investigation for the destruction of the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard in a five-day fire in July 2020 concluded with blaming inability to extinguish the fire where the sailors, captains, and admirals involved were accused with the responsibility. 36 Navy staff including the ship’s captain and five admirals were made responsible for

ITC Ruled Philip Morris Not To Sale IQOS In US To Avoid Patent Conflict

The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled on Wednesday that Altria and Philip Morris will not be allowed to import and sell IQOS heated tobacco devices in a patent case brought by rival R.J. Reynolds. Marlboro cigarettes maker Philip Morris developed IQOS as an alternative to cigarettes and they sell it in the U.S. by Altria,

White Neighborhood Has Cleaner Water Than A Black Neighborhood

For many years now, in Flint, Michigan, the town has been battling with terrible water to the point where they do not have running drinkable water.  This issue has not just affected Flint but also the towns, cities,  and neighborhoods surrounding it.  But not all towns, cities, or neighborhoods have been affected.  Bobbie Clay in

Minneapolis Ex-Cops Facing Federal Trial For George Floyd Death-In-Custody Case

Four former Minneapolis police officers including Derek Chauvin appealed to Federal court to be not guilty in George Floyd’s murder-in-custody case in 2020 that they have not violated any civil rights to Mr. Floyd. Tuesday, there was the first motion hearing since these former officers were charged in May with a three-count indictment by the

US Crop Price Hikes Due to Field Burn In Scorching Heat Conditions

US’s vital cash crops are getting blistered away due to the prevailing drought situation, parallelly the prices of common staples including corn and wheat prices are rapidly increasing. The after-effects of the torrid summer were quite clear this month during the Pro Farmer Crop Tour.  It’s an annual event, where the farmers tour along the