Joe Lawson

Joe Lawson is a science reporter who studied journalism at the University of Southern California with five years of experience in the news. He contributes to Fortune, The Washington Post, and The New Republic. Lawson has written for National Geographic, The Atlantic, Popular Science, and Wired.

Police Stormed Europe’s Most Dangerous Crime Network

Police all across Europe, have arrested more than 44 suspects in multiple raids. The suspects were believed to be part of a huge criminal empire all across Europe.  The network is considered one of the most dangerous crime organizations, running across multiple European countries such as Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Germany, France, and the Slovak Republic.

Evidence Suggests Water On Mars Came From Asteroids

For many decades, the red planet has always baffled our scientists. A research a few weeks back suggested that there used to be water on Mars but changing climate changed everything for the planet. The latest research has dug a bit deeper into the mystery.

China: Schools Closed As Covid Increased In Key Province

The covid virus has once again resurfaced in an important Chinese province. The province of Guangdong is a south-eastern province located at the coasts of China. The surge in the covid cases have caused fear among the citizens and the authorities as the virus may have modified itself and caused more damage.

Report Shows Apple Spying On Users Through App Store

Privacy has come under discussion once again as a latest report shows Apple spying on its users. Apple’s iPhone has always been considered one of the safest phones but the recent report shocked everyone. The report mentions that Apple tracks every more of its users very precisely.

Monkeypox Cases Rises To 1,444 In Canada

Canada has confirmed that the monkeypox cases in the country have risen to 1444 including. Monkeypox is still threatening the majority of the countries in the world, with more than 109 countries reporting the virus. Monkeypox virus has been quite low in Canada in the recent weeks with only 9 reported cases in the past week.

Pakistan: Ex-Prime Minister Imran Khan Shot At A Rally

Pakistan’s most popular leader has been shot in the leg during a political rally. He was addressing a rally in Wazirabad when a gunman opened fire at him injuring him at the spot. Nine others were also injured but no one was critical according to the latest reports. Nine others were also injured but no one was critical according to the latest reports. Imran Khans’ life is out of danger at the moment.

Scientists Discovered 99 Million Years Old Preserved Snail

French scientists from the Museum of Natural History and Ethnography discovered a 99 million years old preserved snail that still grows hair. This little snail was discovered in Myanmar’s Hukawng Valley. The newly discovered species is named “Archaeocyclotus brevivillosus” by the scientists.  The team of researchers were led by malacologist Jean-Michel Bichain.

Iran Vows Revenge After ISIS Kills 15 In Shrine Attack

A terrorist attack on a shrine killed 15 worshippers in Iran. The incident took place in Southern Iran at the Shah Cheragh mausoleum in Shiraz. The attack also wounded at least 19 people including women and children. The attack happened amid peaceful protests that turned violent all over Iran after the death of a 22 year old girl.

COP27: World’s Climate Conference And Why Is It Important?

COP27, is an abbreviation for ‘Conference of the Parities’. It is held every year and the objectives are set for the countries to achieve amid dangerous impacts of Climate change. This year’s conference will be held in Egypt on 6th of November.