17 US-Canadian Missionaries Including 5 Minors Kidnapped In Haiti

Christian Aid Ministries reported that sixteen missionaries including five children from the United States and one from Canada were kidnapped in Haiti as they were traveling in a mission in the country. This is counted as another case with highly increasing kidnapping in Haiti in recent years, 300% increased from last July. Haiti’s foreign minister,

Beirut Sectarial Violence Gunfight Killed Six With Dozens Injured

Six people were shot down and more than 30 people got injured in sectarian violence as the streets of Beirut, the capital city of Lebanon, turned into a free-fire zone with heavy gun fire between Iran-backed Hezbollah group and its Shiite allies with Christian Lebanese Forces. The four-hour prolonged gunfight recalled the memories of 1975-90

Port Agent Rafaraci Arrested For Scamming $50 Million With US Navy

The federal government is taking action on a defense contractor in Malta with an allegation of scamming the US Navy for overcharging port fees estimated at around $50 million. US authorities arrested the accused Frank Rafaraci, 68, chief executive of Multinational Logistics Services in the US with charges for overcharging for various naval services to

The Senate Committee Called Facebook To Scrutiny Their Activities Affecting Teens

The Senate Commerce Committee wants to scrutiny how social media giant Facebook is trying to attract young people more with the research of their products affect children and whatever correction measures they have planned. The members of the Senate committee are eager to find the response in Facebook executives’ research as to how they are

Pfizer Trying Kids’ Covid-19 Vaccines In November With FDA Approval

According to the sources, Pfizer Inc. & BioNTech SE are not going to bring covid vaccines for children of 5-11 years until November, however, many parents and doctors were expecting to have them around early October. On Tuesday, the companies said they have submitted their data to the health regulating authorities and going to submit

Hurricane Sam Approaching East Coast Within Early Next Week

According to the National Hurricane Centre, the tropical storm Sam strengthened into a hurricane over open Atlantic waters early Friday morning may hit the eastern coast by Tuesday next week.  It will be converted to a major storm by Friday night or Saturday morning. On Friday morning at 5 AM Eastern Time, Sam has located about 2,673

COVID Killing More Cops Than Anything Else

Last year, the coronavirus killed 145 police officers in the United States, outnumbering the 135 cops who died on the job in 2019 due to gunshot, heart attacks, automobile accidents, and all other causes combined. COVID-19 is expected to be the leading cause of death for cops again this year, though the still-rising death toll

Biden To Send Back Ilegal Haitian Migrants From Texas Using Title 42

White House has decided to send more border agents to Del Rio in south Texas to send back thousands of Haitian migrants assembled under the Texas bridge there under the public-health policy. Department of Homeland Security said 400 additional agents are about to be sent by U.S. Customs and Border Protection department. The DHS is

US Intelligence Agencies Find Al Qaeda Return Movement To Afghanistan

On Tuesday, US intelligence agency CIA deputy director David Cohen said Al Qaeda militants have started their movement to return back to Afghanistan in Taliban reign as they all escaped during US counterterrorism activities there against them. Mr. Cohen said in a conference, “We are already beginning to see some of the indications of some

Amazon Pays Graduation Fees For US Employees To Attract Hiring Market

Amazon.com Inc unleashes its new strategy to encourage recruitment from a tight US market by offering tuition fees for around 750,000 US employees. On Thursday, the eCommerce giant commented that they would cover all tuition and books costs for all staff who are pursuing their bachelor’s degree from varied universities around all nations. The schools

Afghan women banned from playing sports, Taliban say

Afghan women will be banned from playing any kind of sports under the new Taliban government. In an interview with the Australian broadcaster SBS, the deputy head of the Taliban’s cultural commission, Ahmadullah Wasiq, said women’s sport was considered neither appropriate nor necessary. “I don’t think women will be allowed to play cricket because it

Major Earthquake With 7.1 Magnitudes Killed 1 In Mexico Yesterday

Mexico shook down on late Tuesday as an earthquake measured 7.1 magnitudes collapsed many buildings with at least 1 death till the last report received. According to the report by Mexico’s National Earthquake Service, the epicenter of the quake was pointed near 7 miles southeast of the resort city Acapulco with a population of around