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Taiwan accuses China of simulating invasion
On Saturday, Taiwan accused the Chinese army of simulating an attack on its main island. Beijing doubled down on its retaliation for US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taipei after announcing a suspension of cooperation with Washington on key issues.
President Biden feels well, tests negative for Covid-19
President Joe Biden continues to feel fit. Biden's physician Kevin O'Connor reported, "Given his rebound positivity which we reported last Saturday, we have continued daily monitoring. This morning, his SARS-CoV-2 antigen testing was negative."
Alex Jones to pay $49.3M in damages over Sandy Hook Elementary lies
A US conspiracy theorist, Alex Jones, had claimed the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting, in which 20 children died, was a hoax. A court in the United States has ordered right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to pay $45.2 million in punitive damages to the parents of a six-year-old boy killed in the 2012 shootings at Sandy Hook.
Hiroshima marks anniversary of first atomic bombing
The city of Hiroshima on Saturday marked the 77th anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres joined the people packed into the Peace Park.
Bomb blast in Kabul injures at least 22
A bomb went off in a crowded shopping street in Kabul on Saturday. At least 22 people were reported injured in the blast.
Israeli airstrikes hit targets in the Gaza Strip
Israel struck several targets in the Gaza Strip on Friday through air strikes. Israel Defence Forces (IDF) stated, " IDF special forces and artillery forces targeted six military posts belonging to the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist organization in the Gaza Strip. A number of PIJ operatives were neutralized during the strikes."
West Virginia man sentenced to 3 years for death threats against Fauci
A West Virginia man was sentenced to three years in prison for sending intimidating emails to Anthony Fauci. On Thursday, US District Judge Paula Xinis in Greenbelt, Maryland, sentenced Thomas Connally Jr. (56) of Snowshoe, West Virginia, to 37 months in federal prison and another three years of supervised release after he pleaded guilty in May to a federal charge of making threats against a federal official.
South Korea’s first spacecraft to the moon launched
On Thursday, South Korea joined the race to the moon with the launch of a lunar orbiter that will scout out future landing spots. The satellite was launched by SpaceX and is taking a long, roundabout path to conserve fuel and will arrive in December.
Amnesty reports Ukrainian forces endangering civilians
A report from Amnesty International says Ukrainian forces have endangered civilians during the conflict with Russia by establishing bases in residential areas. Ukrainian forces have been occupying schools and hospitals since the Russian invasion.
Three ships with corn leave Ukrainian ports
A convoy of three ships loaded with 58,000 tons of corn has left Ukrainian ports. The ships are headed to Turkey for inspection.