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Oil slips on US growth worries, ample crude supply

Oil Prices Fall as Fed Delays Interest Rate Cut Investors Digest Impact of Fed Decision Oil prices dropped in early trade on Thursday as investors reacted to the US Federal Reserve‘s decision to likely delay a possible interest rate cut to December. Brent and WTI Crude Futures Decline Brent crude futures fell by 23 cents […]Read More

Venomous Flying Spiders now spreading across East Coast

Giant Venomous Flying Spiders Invade the Northeast US Joro Spiders: A New Threat The Northeast United States is bracing for an invasion of giant venomous spiders, known as flying spiders or Joro Spiders, with 4-inch-long legs that can parachute through the air. New Jersey Pest Control has warned that these large and vividly colored spiders, […]Read More

US Returns Stolen Antiquities Worth $13 Million to Pakistan

In a ceremony held at the Manhattan District Attorney’s office in New York, the United States (US) returned 133 stolen antiquities to Pakistan, valued at over $13 million. These artifacts, dating back to the Gandhara period, were handed over in the fifth such transfer to Pakistan. Aamer Ahmed Atozai, the Consul General in New York, […]Read More

Marc Lore’s $400B Telosa City to Pioneer Car-Free, Sustainable Living

A new futuristic megacity, Telosa City, is set to emerge in the United States, designed to operate without traditional cars and relying solely on public transportation. Entrepreneur Marc Lore is spearheading this $400 billion project, which aims to house five million residents in the desert region spanning Nevada, Arizona, and Utah. Named Telosa City, this […]Read More

US Warns Israel Against Full-Scale Offensive in Rafah

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned against an all-out Israeli offensive on the Gaza city of Rafah, stating it would lead to “anarchy” without eliminating Hamas. As Washington intensified its pressure campaign against such action, Blinken emphasized the potential consequences during an appearance on CBS’s “Face the Nation.” In a separate conversation, US National […]Read More

Israel May Have Violated International Law US

On Friday, the Biden administration delivered its strongest criticism yet of Israel, suggesting that its use of U.S.-supplied weapons during the military operation in Gaza may have breached international humanitarian law. However, the administration refrained from making a definitive assessment, citing the chaotic nature of the conflict, which made it challenging to verify specific instances […]Read More

US Soldier Detained in Russia on Criminal Charges

The US Army confirmed on Monday that a US soldier has been detained in Russia on charges of criminal misconduct, marking the latest high-profile detention of an American in the country. The soldier, reportedly based in South Korea, is accused of stealing from a woman, according to anonymous US officials. While the Army did not […]Read More

Rare Total Solar Eclipse to Grace North America

Rare Total Solar Eclipse Offers Spectacular Viewing Opportunity Across North America Earthlings across the United States, Canada, and Mexico are in for a celestial treat as they gear up to witness a total solar eclipse on Monday. While the eclipse promises to dazzle viewers in these regions, other countries may also catch a glimpse of […]Read More

Microsoft claims hackers attempting to breach its systems

Microsoft announced on Friday that the Russian state-sponsored hacker group Midnight Blizzard was attempting to breach its networks using data that it had taken from the tech giant’s business emails in January. The goal was to get new access to the tech giants servers, whose products are frequently used by the US national security establishment, […]Read More

US records a 16% rise in Pakistani student admissions

A United States Department of State report recorded a 16% increase in the admissions of Pakistani student to universities across the country. The annual Open Doors Report for 2022-23 report, prepared in collaboration with the Institute of International Education (IIE), highlighted a substantial increase in the number of students from Pakistan studying in higher education […]Read More