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Peru extends state of emergency in the face of violent protests as violence in Peru enters its worst in decades. It started last month when former President Pedro Castillo was removed from office. Protesters who don't like the current government are calling for a change in government.
Countries have been interested in the deposits of the earth for a long time. Fortunately, Sweden discovers the largest rare earth deposit. This biggest discovery leads to the thought-provoking question: Is Sweden cutting its dependence on China?
Putin favorite actor says he’d now fight for Ukraine after starring in one of Putin's favorite movies. The Russian actor Artur Smolyaninov was in a movie about a Soviet unit making a last stand against Afghan insurgents. Now he is considered a "foreign agent" and could be charged with a crime.
Wisconsin Republicans block ban on conversion therapy. They voted to allow therapists, social workers, and counselors to attempt to change the gender identities and sexual orientations of LGBTQ clients, a discredited practice known as conversion therapy.
Is there any chance of life anywhere else in the universe besides on Earth? This question drives scientists to try to find an answer and keep looking into the vast universe. But today, scientists discover earth-like exoplanets beyond our solar system.
More Russia missiles hit Ukraine damaging energy infrastructure on Saturday. At least 20 people were killed in an attack on an apartment building in the city of Dnipro in the east. Kyiv, Kharkiv, and Odesa were among the other cities that were hit.
Chelsea hailed the EFA's decision that homophobic chant is punishable offense as a "step in the right direction" on Friday. On Wednesday, the FA announced that "Rent Boy" chants aimed towards Chelsea fans by opposing fans would be deemed a violation of its regulations.
Putin gets rid of another top commander in Ukraine, and the head of the armed forces is given a "poisoned chalice." On Wednesday, the Russian Ministry of Defense responded to mounting criticism of its leadership of the stalled military operation in Ukraine by announcing yet another reorganization of the commanders leading the conflict there.
The James Webb Space telescope spotted exoplanet for the first time! The discovered planet, known as LHS 475 b, lies outside our solar system and is nearly the same size as Earth. The Octans constellation is home to the rocky world, which is 41 light-years away.
In the midst of critically important emphasis on abuse were a number of gay people and situations that spoke to the occasion, with honesty despite considerable danger becoming a recurrent motif of the evening. Here are 9 queerest moments at the Golden Globes.
Marin Alsop, the most prominent female conductor in the world, has come out to say that she is "offended" by Lydia Tár, the character often cited as her literary equivalent. Cate Blanchett's "Tár" offends a lesbian conductor, Marin Alsop, as a woman ... as a conductor... as a lesbian.
Everyone should hear this good news: The UN watches ozone recovery as ozone-depleting chemicals decline. This is based on a new UN-backed assessment published last year.
U.S. officials say Ukrainian troops will be trained on Patriot air defense systems. According to three officials in the defense department, the United States is planning to start training Ukrainian troops on the Patriot air defense system at Fort Sill, which is located in Oklahoma, later this month.
When we were kids, we often went outside at night to look for shooting stars. Here is the good news: NASA expects first green comet on Jan 12. Scientists believed that this rare comet appeared 50,000 years ago.
There is now a conflicting claims over besieged town of Soledar in Ukraine. The Russian mercenary organization known as the Wagner Group has asserted control over the town of Soledar, which is located in eastern Ukraine; however, Kiev claims that its troops continue to hold out.
The South Korean drag queen advocating for LGBT rights. Heezy Yang brings attention to the LGBT community in South Korea with his drag show Hurricane Kimchi.
Kyiv denies Russian claim of hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers killed in Kramatorsk attack. Moscow's claim that a significant number of Ukraine's soldiers were killed in an attack launched by Russia the previous week in Kramatorsk, in eastern Ukraine, was refuted by Ukrainian officials on Sunday.
No one will miss to see LGBTQ people at Golden Globes, including both performers and characters, who were formerly ostracized for their sexual orientation.