An Amazon river dolphin washed up in front of residents’ homes in Brazil after flooding

An Amazonian river dolphin appeared in front of a resident’s house after a village in Ilanduba, Brazil, was recently hit by severe flooding, the British newspaper The Independent reported on May 30. The video was reportedly taken in a village... Read more

WHO says monkeypox poses ‘moderate risk’ to global public health

According to a report by the Russian Satellite News Agency on the 30th, the World Health Organization recently released news that between May 13 and 26, a total of 257 confirmed cases and 120 suspected cases of monkeypox were reported... Read more

Columbia University develops new algorithm to stop rogue microphone listening

Ever notice how the ads Facebook pushes and Tiktok recommends to watch are now very close to what you’ve been talking about with friends and family lately? Today, microphones are embedded in almost everything, from our phones, watches and TVs... Read more

U.S. Ends Russian Debt Service Exemption Policy

Russia may default on foreign debt for the first time in more than 100 years The U.S. Treasury Department announced on Wednesday 24 that it has finally decided to end a waiver policy that allowed Moscow to make payments to... Read more

Oklahoma Governor Signs Nation’s Toughest Abortion Ban

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signed the country’s strictest abortion ban on May 25, making the state the first in the U.S. to effectively end abortion procedures. Oklahoma lawmakers passed a ban similar to last year’s Texas “Pro-Life Act,” which will... Read more

U.S. President and Foreign Minister respond to U.S. shootings: We share the pain of our American friends

“We stand with you,” Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba tweeted about Tuesday’s school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. In the tweet, Culeba wrote: “Terrible news from Uvalde, Texas. Our deepest sympathies to the victims and their families,... Read more

Two teachers killed in Texas elementary school shooting: had used their bodies to block bullets, both were mothers

Local time May 24, the United States Texas Uvalde, an elementary school shooting incident, the shooting has caused at least 21 people dead. South reporter learned that the local time on May 25, the Texas Department of Public Safety confirmed... Read more

Airbnb Suspends “China Tour”

Airbnb’s announcement that it will suspend support for domestic tour listings, experiences and related bookings in mainland China has written a new footnote to the difficult survival status of the B&B and travel industry under the new crown epidemic. As... Read more

Awaiting Musk takeover Twitter announces cost-cutting hiring freeze

Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal announced a hiring freeze and other cost-cutting measures Thursday, reflecting the state of uncertainty the company is in while it awaits a $44 billion takeover by Elon Musk. Internal memos indicate that Twitter will not hire... Read more

The world’s 50 richest people’s wealth evaporated $0.55 trillion Who is the worst which one?

This year, the books of the world’s top 50 richest people evaporated more than $500 billion, a staggering loss of wealth that exceeds Sweden’s gross domestic product and is more than the market value of any but six companies in... Read more