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US Senator warns of possible 'cyber attack' amid cellular outage

US Senator Marco Rubio has reacted to the massive cellular outage across the country and warned the situation can be even more precarious in case China launches a cyberattack while 'invading' Taiwan.

US imposes over 500 new sanctions against Russia over Ukraine war, Alexei Navalny's death

The United States on Friday imposed over 500 new sanctions against Russia as its invasion of Ukraine completed two years.

US school teacher arrested for asking students to write ways to kill a classmate in their assignment

A US school teacher was arrested for allegedly giving students an assignment where he asked them to come up with different “ways to kill” one of his students, media reports said.

Senior commander of an Iran-backed militia killed in US drone strike in Baghdad

A drone strike conducted by the US in Baghdad has killed a senior commander of an Iran-backed militia, the Central Command said on Tuesday.

US intelligence believes Chinese missiles fueled with water

Washington: US intelligence claims that Chinese missiles are filled with water instead of fuel due to corruption in Chinese military circles, Bloomberg reported on Saturday, citing sources.

Imam shot dead outside Newark mosque in US

Unknown attackers shot dead an imam outside a mosque in Newark city of the US on Wednesday.

US: Shooting at University of Nevada campus in Las Vegas leaves three people dead, one critically hurt

At least three people died in a shooting incident at the Las Vegas campus of the University of Nevada (UNLV) in the US on Wednesday (November 7, 2023).

Co-working firm WeWork Inc files for bankruptcy in USA

After years of struggle, co-working startup WeWork Inc has filed for bankruptcy in the USA.

US-China Relationship: Antony Blinken to host FM Wang Yi in Washington Oct 26-28

UN Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken will host PRC Director of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Central Foreign Affairs Commission and Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Washington on October 26-28.

Tension with China: US, Philippines partner with allies during Exercise Sama Sama 2023

The U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, Armed Forces of the Philippines joined allies to commence the seventh iteration of exercise Sama Sama in the city of Manila, Philippines on Monday over territorial disputes in the South China Sea.

USD 1.5 million ancient Buddha statue stolen from American art gallery

A daring heist was caught on camera recently where an old Japanese Buddha statue, which is worth $1.5 million, was stolen from a Los Angeles art gallery, media reports said.

Canada issues advisory for LGBTQ residents who are planning US visit

The Canadian government has issued a warning to its LGBTQ citizens who are planning to visit the USA, citing new laws in several states.

Pentagon confirms Chinese surveillance balloon did not collect intelligence while flying over US

A top Pentagon official on Thursday said the Chinese surveillance balloon, which had traversed the United States earlier this year before it was shot down, did not collect intelligence while flying over the nation.

USA: Four dead, three wounded in shootings in Maine

Washington, Apr 19 (UNI) Four people died and three others were wounded in two shootings on Tuesday in the northeasternmost US state of Maine.

US House passes bill to hold China 'accountable' for balloon incident

Washington, Apr 18 (UNI) The US House of Representatives passed a bill to hold China accountable for the transit of an alleged surveillance balloon over the United States earlier this year, calling for export controls and sanctions on Beijing in response to the incident.