Friday, October 7, 2022


Drinking tea can reduce risk to develop type 2 diabetes, Chinese scientists found

Dr. Xiaying Li from the Wuhan University of Science and Technology and colleagues conducted a decade large study and a dose-response meta-analysis to better define the relationship between tea consumption and future type 2 diabetes risk.

Nord Stream underwater pipelines were damaged by explosions and a sabotage is believed

After two explosions damaged Nord Stream underwater pipelines on Monday gas leaks in the Baltic Sea and pipelines underwent dramatic falls in pressure. from 105 to 7 bar. On the area, bubbling gas covers a kilometer wide on the sea’s surface.

Entire Cuba without power after Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian knocked out power to the entire Cuba. At least two people died in the cyclone, which crossed western Cuba as a Category 3 hurricane Tuesday en route to Florida.

State funeral for assassinated former leader Shinzo Abe in Japan

Japan honored former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday at the country's first state funeral for a former premier in 55 years, into Japan’s national arena. Thousands of mourners flooded to the funeral venue from early morning.

NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test achieved Monday the last step in space

NASA’s DART mission, or the Double Asteroid Redirection Test, launched 10 months ago, achieved the last step: the spacecraft was intentionally slammed into asteroid Dimorphos at 7:14 p.m. ET time on Monday, at 6.8 million miles (11 million kilometers) from Earth.

Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden received Russian citizenship

Russian President Vladimir Putin has granted former NSA contractor Edward Snowden Russian citizenship. The decree signed by Putin covered 72 foreigners.

The Artemis mega moon rocket is rolling back into its hangar due the Hurricane Ian

NASA announced Monday that the space agency is rolling the massive $4 billion Artemis mega moon rocket back into its hangar at Kennedy Space Center in Florida to protect it from Hurricane Ian.

Mass deadly shooting with many victims at a school in Izhevsk, Russia

At least 13 people are dead and 21 others are injured after a gunman opened fire at a school in Izhevsk, the Udmurtia region’s capital in central Russia on Monday morning.

Incredible accident at a roller coaster in Australia

A 26-year-old woman is fighting for life after she was hit by a roller coaster at the Melbourne Royal Show. The Rebel Coaster is described online as “more than 350 metres of exhilarating track”. It is believed the woman was retrieving her phone from the tracks of the Rebel Coaster ride. The roller coaster carried her nine metres up into the air before she fell back to the ground. A Victoria Police statement on Sunday night said the woman was found injured on the ground.The roller coaster is believed to reach speeds of 70km/h. However some eyewitnesses to the tragedy claim she had been on the ride. People who were on the ride at the time of the incident had to stay on the roller-coaster for hours as police investigated.The woman is still in a critical condition at the Royal Melbourne Hospital on Monday. She suffered critical facial injuries. “The injuries are horrific. Horrific. She’s brain damaged. It’s pelvic, her arms, legs, back, neck - there’s hardly a thing that’s not broken,” Ms Rodden’s father Alan Rodden said. The operator of the ride was “devastated”. Shylah's sister Caisha Rodden told Daily Mail Australia her sister had been working at the show.

The powerful storm Fiona produced big destruction into Canada’s eastern seaboard

The storm named Fiona slammed into Canada’s eastern seaboard with hurricane-force winds and torrential rainfall. The powerful storm left an "unprecedented" trail of destruction like a complete war zone.

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The U.S. killed important top ISIS leaders in Syria

US forces killed two top ISIS leaders in an airstrike in northern Syria on Thursday Abu ‘Ala was one of the top five ISIS leaders and the deputy leader of ISIS in Syria, as well as Abu Mu’Ad al-Qahtani, an ISIS official responsible for prisoner affair.

At least 25 people were killed in India after a wedding bus fell hundreds meters

At least 25 people have died after a bus carrying wedding guests fell into a deep gorge in northern India. The vehicle was traveling along a treacherous mountain highway in Uttarakhand state when it careened over an edge and plunged. It fell at least 500 meters with around 45 people onboard on Tuesday evening.

Musk changed the mind and will buy Twitter at the original negotiated price

Elon Musk announced he will buy Twitter Inc. at the original negotiated price of $54.20 a share, so he will acquire the company for $44 billion.

USB-C to be the single charger standard in Europe for all electronic devices

The EU Parliament on Tuesday passed with a vote 602 in favor, 13 against a new law requiring USB-C to be the single charger standard for all new smartphones, tablets and cameras from late 2024

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