Russia Warns World War III If Ukraine Joins US NATO
Issuing a stern warning to the US and other NATO military alliances, Russia said that the admission of Ukraine to NATO could result in a 'third world war'. On October 12, Security Council of the Russian Federation, Alexander Venediktov said, "If Ukraine is admitted into the US-led NATO military alliance, then the conflict in Ukraine would be guaranteed to escalate into World War Three."
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US’ Nuclear-Powered Aircraft Carrier, South Korean Warships Engage In New Drills Amid Rising Tensions With North Korea
US’ nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan along with South Korean warships launched a new round of naval drills on October 7. The drills are being carried out in Korean Peninsula. This has come a day after North Korea fired more ballistic missiles and flew warplanes in an escalation of tensions. We will continue to be ready to “respond to any provocations by North Korea,” said a South Korean statement.
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Surprising Facts About Florence Griffith-Joyner; ‘Fastest Woman’ To Have Ever Lived
The American runner sets two unattainable records and became a style icon. In the photo, Florence Griffith-Joyner prepares to start the 200-metre dash at the 1988 Seoul Olympics. Soon she would set a world record that remains unsurpassed to this day and become a two-time Olympic champion. You would certainly bet on her, even if you do not like betting. But if you like it, it would be very convenient to… read-more
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North Korea Aims To Boost Nuclear Arsenal, Launches 2 Missiles
North Korea launched two short-range ballistic missiles toward its eastern waters after the United States redeployed an aircraft carrier near the Korean Peninsula. The missiles launched on October 5, is in response to Pyongyang's previous launch of a nuclear-capable missile over Japan. The latest missile launches suggest North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is determined to continue with weapons tests, boosting his nuclear arsenal in defiance of… read-more
Tags: US, North Korea, Missile launched, Nuclear Arsenal Boost, International Politics
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Indian Family Including 8-Month-Old Infant Gets Abducted In California: United States
In United States’ California, an Indian family consisting of an eight-month-old infant, the parents and one other were abducted, informed authorities on October 3. The authorities have stated that the suspect is believed to be armed and dangerous. The officials have not named the suspect or the motives yet, and have also asked the public “not to approach the victim or the suspect”. Further details are awaited.
Tags: US, California, Indians Abducted, World news, Indian Americans
US, Australia & Japan Join Forces To Work Against China; Condemn China’s ‘Bullying Behaviour’
The defence ministers of US, Australia and Japan have formed a military cooperation to counter China’s “bullying behaviour” amid the ongoing China-Taiwan conflict. Officials from Australia and Japan flew to US’ military headquarters for the pacific region, where the leaders met. This has come after US announced $810 million aid for pacific island nations where US is planning to intensify its diplomatic presence, reported Hindustan Times… read-more
US Frees Venezuelan ‘Narco Nephews’ In Prisoner Swap Deal
The United States of America freed two Venezuelan prisoners arrested for drug trafficking in a “prisoner swap”. The releases prisoners are reportedly the nephews of Venezuelan First Lady. The release of the “narco nephews” are reportedly “essential” in securing the release of seven Americans. A Us official stated that president Joe Biden made a “painful decision”, to release the narco nephews.
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United States Issues Fresh Sanction For Companies Providing Iranian Petrochemicals
The United States of America Government announced a fresh sanction for Iranian companies, providing petrochemicals. On September 29, the US Treasury Department issued a notice in this regard and said, this sanction allows Iranian brokers and companies from Hong Kong, UAE and India, which facilitated financial transfers and shipping of Iranian petroleum and petrochemical products. The sanctions were imposed to restrict illicit export of… read-more
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Float Plane Crashes In Washington State; 1 Killed, 9 Missing
In Washington State’s Mutiny Bay, a float plane carrying 10 persons crashed, leaving one dead and nine others missing, on September 4. Reportedly, the plane was en route from Friday Harbor and crashes southwest of Whidbey island. The crash occurred at around 3-4 pm. “Air and boat crews and searching for any signs of survivors,” said a Coast Guard spokesperson. Further details are awaited.
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Over 30 Children Test Positive For Monkeypox In US: Report
At least 30 children in the United States of America have contracted the Monkeypox virus, according to local media reports. The Texas Department for State Health Services showed that there are at least nine pediatric cases in the state. Also notably, first death related to Monkeypox in the US was reported in Texas. The victim was reportedly an adult, living in Harris county.
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