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In a significant development, North Korea to allow citizens abroad to return home amid easing pandemic restrictions, aligning with the global trend.
Welcome to the exciting journey of college life! The academic challenges, new friendships, and the ever-thriving campus atmosphere make these years unforgettable.
In a setback to it's space ambitions, North Korea's second attempt to launch spy satellite ends in failure.
Under construction bridge collapse claims 17 lives in northeast India state of Mizoram on Wednesday. This catastrophe marks the latest in a series of infrastructure failures that have plagued the nation and raised concerns about the safety of construction projects.
The once-powerful and polarizing Thailand's ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra returns after 15 years in exile.
In the midst of a closely watched and emotionally charged presidential election for historic Amazon oil referendum in Ecuador, left-wing candidate Luisa Gonzalez has emerged as the frontrunner, even as the country grapples with the assassination of one of the contenders.
Canada deploys armed forces to combat wildfires in British Columbia, as more than 35,000 people face evacuation orders due to hazardous conditions and fierce winds.
Singapore police arrest 10 foreigners in $737 million money laundering and forgery case in a significant action against an alleged money laundering and forgery scheme.
Former President Donald Trump claims exonerating mystery report amid Georgia election charges. Trump has announced his intention to release a report that he claims will provide undeniable evidence supporting his baseless allegations of election fraud in Georgia.
Building a thriving business is no small feat, particularly for budding managing directors grappling with inexperience, limited networks, or evolving market intuition. Veteran directors are not immune, often stumbling due to antiquated management approaches and reluctance towards innovation.
Hawaiian electric under scruitny amid search for Maui wildfire origins. Hawaiian Electric is the state's largest power utility, and its actions may have contributed to the catastrophe is under question.
When heavy rains strike Himachal Pradesh, almost 50 people dead in 24 hours in the picturesque hill state located in northern India.
Emergency ECOWAS meeting on Niger coup postponed amid health concerns of detained President Mohammed Bazoum.
In a move that has sparked international concern, Iraqi Media Commission issues directive restricting LGBTQ terminology. Iraq's Media and Communications Commission prohibited the use of the terms "homosexual" or "homosexuality" in media and social media platforms within the country.
Ousted Niger president struggles for food amid 2-week house arrest after coup. The U.S. State Department has expressed deep concern about the deteriorating conditions of his detention.
A chaotic brawl erupts in Montgomery, Alabama on Saturday at a popular riverfront dock, leading to the issuance of arrest warrants as authorities scramble to bring the culprits to justice.
South Korea to evacuate tens of thousands of scouts as Tropical Storm Khanun approaches for the World Scout Jamboree.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan arrested at his home in Lahore after a court found him guilty of corruption and sentenced him to three years in jail.
NATO's border braces as Wagner forces inch closer to Belarus. Tensions between Poland and its neighboring countries are escalating following a series of events that have raised concerns about regional security and stability.
Heterogeneity is a naturally chosen aspect of ecological interactions.
In a temperature-dependent way, phyB connects with the promoters of important target genes.
In a possible breakthrough, a group of scientists were able to get the blood flowing again in pigs that had been dead for an hour. This could change the new definition of death. They were also able to get some organs' cells to work again. Researchers at Yale University say they were able to restore blood flow and other cellular functions in dead pigs an hour after they died.
In order to provide a risk-free alternative to corded charging for mobile devices and to power the Internet of Things (IoT) devices spread throughout an area, researchers at Sejong University in South Korea have developed a new laser charging system that can transmit power using infrared light technology for up to 30 meters (98.4 feet).
Some people like to drink their coffee black, but there's no shame in adding a little cream, sugar, or both to alleviate the bitterness. There's more variety than ever regarding creamer selections, including mainstays like milk and Coffee Mate and non-dairy alternatives like oat and almond milk.