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The FDA is ready to order Juul e-cigarette off the U.S. market

It’s expected that the FDA could announce decision forcing popular e-cigarette manufacturer Juul Labs Inc. to take its e-cigarettes off the U.S. market.

Maldives Floating City – the begining of a new era in architecture

A project - joint venture between property developer Dutch Docklands and the Government of the Maldives is developing right now to build a floating city, in the waters of the Indian Ocean, big enough to house 20,000 people.

Microsoft declared Internet Explorer „dead”

Microsoft halted support for Internet Explorer on June 15, 2022.

Major upgrade to make people happy on WhatsApp

A major upgrade was made to WhatsApp: the change affects the number of people who can be added to a Group Chat, now up to 512.

The European Union requires the use of the USB-C port in electronic devices by 2024

The European Union announced Tuesday a news law requiring the use of a single charging standard for electronic devices based on USB-C port by 2024.

Recall of several cheese products in the U.S.

Eight different cheese products sold in nine U.S. states by Paris Brothers, Inc. were recalled for having "the potential to be contaminated" with the bacteria that causes listeria, with the advice of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Entertainement News

The pop star Justin Bieber postponed shows, he has Ramsay Hunt syndrome

The 28-year-old pop star Justin Bieber announced he was diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome that can lead to temporary facial paralysis and hearing loss.

Winners of the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards

The winners of the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards were revealed Sunday.

ABBA VOYAGE virtual concert is a total success !

Abba Voyage concerts feature ABBA as virtual avatars.The first release was in London on 27 May 2022.

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Maldives Floating City – the begining of a new era in architecture

A project - joint venture between property developer Dutch Docklands and the Government of the Maldives is developing right now to build a floating city, in the waters of the Indian Ocean, big enough to house 20,000 people.

Microsoft declared Internet Explorer „dead”

Microsoft halted support for Internet Explorer on June 15, 2022.

The sixth package of sanctions against Russia adopted by the EU includes partial ban on Russian oil imports

The European Union has agreed on a partial ban on Russian oil imports, the European’s Council chief Charles Michel declared after last consultation at an extraordinary European Council summit attended by EU leaders in Brussels on Monday.

Boeing’s Starliner capsule landing was a success, Wednesday

Boeing’s Starliner capsule landed intact in the New Mexico desert on Wednesday. Starliner landed at the U.S. Army’s White Sands Missile Range, after hitting our planet's air at about 17 times the speed of sound. Starliner ended up landing exactly where and when it was supposed to.

Life

The world’s longest glass-bottomed bridge is ready to receive tourists in Vietnam

The Bach Long pedestrian bridge - meaning ‘white dragon’ in Vietnamese - situated in the northwest’s Son La province is a glass-bottomed overpass suspended 150 meters above the rainforest, a 630-meter walkway conveying visitors across the Mộc Châu Island Mountain Park and Resort, is now the world's longest glass-bottomed bridge expected to be confirmed by Guinness World Records.

Dozens injured in a tourist boat accident at Horizontal Falls in Australia

Twenty-eight tourists and two crew were on board the tour boat Falls Express when it ran into trouble during an early-morning tour at Horizontal Falls, a popular attraction in Western Australia around 100 km north of Derby. Tourists were thrown overboard.

A Mercedes-Benz car was maybe sold for record price at an auction, but did it ?

A historic Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrow 300 SLR "Uhlenhaut Coupe" reportedly sold for 142 million.

Science

Scientists discovered a giant bacterium in Guadeloupe

Scientists have discovered the world’s largest known bacterium, a vermicelli-shaped organism ,which comes in the form of white filaments the size of human eyelashe.

A very active Sun area is monitored by scientists but we don’t have to worry about

Between Sunday and Monday, Sunspot AR3038 , obseved from Earth, more than doubled in size, making it several times wider than Earth's diameter, and it's continued to expand in the past 48 hours.

NASA’s Artemis 1 moon rocket tested with success before to be allowed to launch

NASA's Artemis 1 moon rocket passed crucial fueling test. That means the team managed to fully fuel the Space Launch System rocket, test known as a wet dress rehearsal, that simulate a rocket launch without the rocket actually lifting off.

Canada is joining coutries imposing plastic bans

The government in Canada will ban companies from importing or making plastic bags and Styrofoam takeout containers by the end of this year, their sale by the end of next year and their export by the end of 2025.

Maldives Floating City – the begining of a new era in architecture

A project - joint venture between property developer Dutch Docklands and the Government of the Maldives is developing right now to build a floating city, in the waters of the Indian Ocean, big enough to house 20,000 people.

Health

Public health officials have declared a national incident and informed the World Health Organization of the situation after routine surveillance of wastewater in north and east London found evidence of community transmission of poliovirus.
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A national incident was declared in England after evidence of transmission of poliovirus was detected

Public health officials have declared a national incident and informed the World Health Organization of the situation after routine surveillance of wastewater in north and east London found evidence of community transmission of poliovirus.

UK Home Secretary approved extradition of Julian Assange to the U.S.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s extradition to the US has been approved by UK Home Secretary Priti Patel who said the courts found extradition would not be "incompatible with his human rights" and that while in the US "he will be treated appropriately".

Ukraine received acceptance from the European Commission to have candidate status

On Friday, the European Union granted Ukraine recommendation for the candidate status.

Several victims after a driver plowed the car into pedestrians in Berlin

A driver plowed a vehicle into a crowd of pedestrians and into a shop front in central Berlin near Breitscheid Square and Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on Wednesday. At least one person was killed and at least eight others had serious , life threatening injuries.

News in USA

The Supreme Court in the U.S. decided to ban abortion and the country is divided

The Supreme Court overturned a 50-year-old ruling that legalised abortion in the U.S. The decision passed with a 6-3 vote. Individual states are now able to ban the procedure. Millions of women will be affected.

At least 11 people were rescued from Camelback Mountain Thursday due to heat issues

A women's church group consisted of women from Alabama, Tennessee, and California had reportedly started hiking Echo Canyon Trail on Camelback Mountain in Arizona on Thursday, were filming for a documentary religious reality show called "Bad Girls Gone God."

Six people died in a helicopter crash in West Virginia

Six people were killed after a Vietnam-era Bell UH-1B helicopter crashed in Logan County in southwest West Virginia, near the border with Kentucky, on Wednesday evening.

The FDA is ready to order Juul e-cigarette off the U.S. market

It’s expected that the FDA could announce decision forcing popular e-cigarette manufacturer Juul Labs Inc. to take its e-cigarettes off the U.S. market.

International News

A Dominican plane experienced a landing gear collapse at Miami International Airport

A Red Air flight departed from the Dominican Republic with 126 passengers and 11 crew members on board which was arriving into Miami International Airport on Tuesday around 5:30pm had the landing gear collapsing when it touched down at the airport and a fire ignited

The International Day of Yoga

The first International Day of Yoga was observed around the world on 21 June 2015.

Canada is joining coutries imposing plastic bans

The government in Canada will ban companies from importing or making plastic bags and Styrofoam takeout containers by the end of this year, their sale by the end of next year and their export by the end of 2025.
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The Supreme Court in the U.S. decided to ban abortion and the country is divided

The Supreme Court overturned a 50-year-old ruling that legalised abortion in the U.S. The decision passed with a 6-3 vote. Individual states are now able to ban the procedure. Millions of women will be affected.

At least 11 people were rescued from Camelback Mountain Thursday due to heat issues

A women's church group consisted of women from Alabama, Tennessee, and California had reportedly started hiking Echo Canyon Trail on Camelback Mountain in Arizona on Thursday, were filming for a documentary religious reality show called "Bad Girls Gone God."

Scientists discovered a giant bacterium in Guadeloupe

Scientists have discovered the world’s largest known bacterium, a vermicelli-shaped organism ,which comes in the form of white filaments the size of human eyelashe.

A national incident was declared in England after evidence of transmission of poliovirus was detected

Public health officials have declared a national incident and informed the World Health Organization of the situation after routine surveillance of wastewater in north and east London found evidence of community transmission of poliovirus.

A very active Sun area is monitored by scientists but we don’t have to worry about

Between Sunday and Monday, Sunspot AR3038 , obseved from Earth, more than doubled in size, making it several times wider than Earth's diameter, and it's continued to expand in the past 48 hours.

Six people died in a helicopter crash in West Virginia

Six people were killed after a Vietnam-era Bell UH-1B helicopter crashed in Logan County in southwest West Virginia, near the border with Kentucky, on Wednesday evening.

The FDA is ready to order Juul e-cigarette off the U.S. market

It’s expected that the FDA could announce decision forcing popular e-cigarette manufacturer Juul Labs Inc. to take its e-cigarettes off the U.S. market.

At least one thousand people killed in Afghanistan after a magnitude 5.9 earthquake

Afghanistan was rocked by its deadliest earthquake in decades on Wednesday: at 1:24 a.m. local time on Wednesday (4:54 p.m. ET on Tuesday) a magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck the country's east, killing more than 1,000 people. More than 1,500 were wounded.

A Dominican plane experienced a landing gear collapse at Miami International Airport

A Red Air flight departed from the Dominican Republic with 126 passengers and 11 crew members on board which was arriving into Miami International Airport on Tuesday around 5:30pm had the landing gear collapsing when it touched down at the airport and a fire ignited

NASA’s Artemis 1 moon rocket tested with success before to be allowed to launch

NASA's Artemis 1 moon rocket passed crucial fueling test. That means the team managed to fully fuel the Space Launch System rocket, test known as a wet dress rehearsal, that simulate a rocket launch without the rocket actually lifting off.

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The Supreme Court in the U.S. decided to ban abortion and the country is divided

The Supreme Court overturned a 50-year-old ruling that legalised abortion in the U.S. The decision passed with a 6-3 vote. Individual states are now able to ban the procedure. Millions of women will be affected.

At least 11 people were rescued from Camelback Mountain Thursday due to heat issues

A women's church group consisted of women from Alabama, Tennessee, and California had reportedly started hiking Echo Canyon Trail on Camelback Mountain in Arizona on Thursday, were filming for a documentary religious reality show called "Bad Girls Gone God."

Scientists discovered a giant bacterium in Guadeloupe

Scientists have discovered the world’s largest known bacterium, a vermicelli-shaped organism ,which comes in the form of white filaments the size of human eyelashe.

A national incident was declared in England after evidence of transmission of poliovirus was detected

Public health officials have declared a national incident and informed the World Health Organization of the situation after routine surveillance of wastewater in north and east London found evidence of community transmission of poliovirus.

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