Thousands of American troops arrive in Australia as Western tensions rise with China over its growing military activities in the region, military sources said.
U.S. President Joe Biden and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin were to speak Saturday to prevent a war that Washington fears could ignite any moment.
Tongan Christians have publicly given thanks to God for saving their South Pacific island kingdom when a massive volcanic eruption, which NASA experts say was hundreds of times more powerful than the Hiroshima atomic bomb, poured over the tiny nation on January 15, Christianity Today (CT) reports. Given the intensity of the eruption and the potential for destruction, many say it is a miracle that the number of casualties was not exceedingly higher than three.
U.S. President Joe Biden warned Tuesday that the ongoing build-up of Russian forces near Ukraine could lead to “the largest invasion since World War II” and “change the world.”
A high-ranking U.S. security official tells Worthy News there are American forces in Ukraine and that the United States will send 10,000 additional troops to Eastern Europe “in the next days.”
WikiLeaks website founder Julian Assange received permission Monday to appeal a decision to extradite him from Britain to the United States where he could be jailed for life on espionage charges.
An underwater volcano eruption in the Pacific Ocean nation of Tonga sent ash 100,000 feet (30 kilometers) high, rattling the region and coastal areas worldwide, with tsunamis and earthquakes injuring or killing people globally.
Australia’s Federal Court has ruled against Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic’s appeal of a deportation order in a setback for those demanding fewer coronavirus restrictions.
Serbia’s president expressed outrage Sunday as Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic left Australia after being deported for not being vaccinated against COVID-19.
Fresh questions have been raised about jumping castles after a four-year-old girl became the second child to die of injuries in last week’s incident with the inflatable structure near Valencia in Spain.
Novak Djokovic returned to the tennis court Monday after winning a legal battle to stay in Australiadespite opposing COVID-19 vaccines amid a broader fight against the country’s harsh coronavirus restrictions and alleged torture.
A troubled world began ringing in its New Year anxious about the coronavirus pandemic, disasters, and wars, including possible one in the heart of Europe.
In a Christmas setback for the United States, China moved to cement its position as the world’s dominant supplier of “rare earth,” 17 minerals for consumer electronics and military equipment.
Christians in India’s southern state of Karnataka anticipated a sad Christmas as details emerged of a perceived “draconian” law proposal against religious conversions.
Australia was confronted Sunday with the aftermath of two deadly accidents involving children, including a jumping castle accident and a small plane crash.
Five children have died, and three others are in a critical condition after strong winds picked up the inflatable jumping castle they were playing on in Australia’s island state of Tasmania, authorities say.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has pledged to attend the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing as he seeks closer ties with China at a time tensions with the West.
South Korea and Australia have signed a nearly $700 million defense deal on Monday during South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s visit to the country. Under the agreement, South Korean defense company Hanwha will provide the Australian army with equipment like artillery weapons, supply vehicles and radar.
A British appellate court has approved the extradition of WikiLeaks website founder Julian Assange to the United States, where he is wanted in espionage charges.
The U.S. Senate on Wednesday voted to block President Joe Biden’s COVID vaccine and testing mandate for large employers in a warning to the White House ahead of turbulent mid-term elections next year.