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China has now the world’s fastest train that can reach speeds of 600 kilometers per hour

China started exploitation of a bullet train that can reach speeds of 600 kilometers per hour (373 miles per hour). It has made its debut in Qingdao. The world's fastest train is named „maglev”, an abbreviation of "magnetic levitation."

NASA’s Perseverance rover will begin collect Martian samples

„We are on the threshold of a new era of planetary science and discovery," said Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for NASA's Science Mission Directorate, in a statement. The history of Mars can be told by the minerals and chemicals trapped within rocks on its surface.

China has a controversial attitude rejecting WHO’s request for a more investigative research over Covid’s origin

The WHO planned to audit laboratories in the Chinese area where the Covid-19 virus was first identified but in answer, Zeng Yixin, deputy health minister, said this showed "disrespect for common sense and arrogance toward science". Speaking at a press conference on Thursday, Mr Zeng said he was extremely surprised by the WHO proposal because it focused on alleged violations of China's laboratory protocols.

Drones and electricity are used in The United Arab Emirates to increase rainfall

A solution provided results: the cloud seeding operation, which uses electrical charges to prompt rainfall. The drones release an electrical charge into clouds, prompting them to coalesce and create rain. No chemicals are used.

A 59 old man from Georgia was exonerated after he wrongly spent two decades in prison

Dennis A. Perry, 59, a man who spent two decades in prison for a 1985 double homicide during church bible study has been exonerated after new discovered DNA evidence.

A new fighter jet with stealth capabilities was presented by Russian aircraft makers

Russian aircraft makers on Tuesday unveiled a prototype of a new fighter jet that features stealth capabilities and other advanced characteristics, at the MAKS-2021 International Aviation and Space Salon, which opened in Zhukovsky, outside Moscow.

Dangerous floods occurred in Henan province of China after heavy rain

Bad weather manifested worldwide this season. Henan province in China, twice the size of Austria with a population of 94 million, has been hit hard by heavy rain in recent days resulting in flooding that has affected more than a dozen cities. But the worst thing happened on Tuesday when Zhengzhou's entire subway system was forced to close.

The Bootleg Fire in Oregon makes its own weather

The Bootleg Fire in Oregon, which has scorched 537 square miles, an area larger than Los Angeles, has become so intense that it is creating its own weather. It began on July 6 in the Fremont-Winema National Forest near the California border.

Billionaire Jeff Bezos ready for his space flight

Tuesday July 20, is the day scheduled for Jeff Bezos trip in space aboard on the New Shepard suborbital capsule and rocket system built by his company – Blue Origin. He's also bringing along a few guests on this inaugural journey — his brother, Mark Bezos; Wally Funk, an 82-year-old pilot and one of the "Mercury 13" women and an 18-year old recent high school graduate named Oliver Daemen, who will be the first paying customer aboard.

Man apologized for his actions but was sentenced in prison for participating in the Capitol riot

Paul Allard Hodgkins, a 38-year-old crane operator from Tampa who pleaded guilty in June to one felony count of entering the Capitol to obstruct Congress on January 6 was jailed for eight months being the first sentenced in this incident. In addition to prison, Hodgkins was ordered to pay $2,000 to repair damage to the Capitol.

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Tornadoes Thursday devastated Bucks County

Two destructive tornadoes passed through Bucks County in just over an hour's time Thursday night, ripping through a mobile home park, destroying buildings at an auto dealership and leaving those who witnessed the fast-moving storms in disbelief.

Pop star Shakira accused for tax evasion in Spain

Colombian pop star Shakira, 44 old, could stand trial for alleged tax evasion of 14.5 million euros ($17 million) in Spain, a judge at a court near Barcelona has ruled considering that there is "sufficient evidence."

Sun Dawu, 67, a Chinese bilionaire, has been sentenced 18 years in prison

Sun Dawu, 67, a Chinese bilionaire who runs one of the country's largest private agricultural businesses in the northern province of Hebei, pig farmer, has been sentenced 18 years in prison after was found guilty of "picking quarrels and provoking trouble" - a charge often used against activists.

International cruises will restart from England in August

International cruises will start again from England from 2 August after a 16-month break. People arriving at UK ports who have been fully vaccinated in the US and the EU will also not have to quarantine or take a test on day eight of their arrival, the UK government said

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