‘We don’t want confrontation’ US tells Syria after carpet-bombing Damascus

Washington D.C: US Pentagon chief, James Mattis, told reporters at the White House today that the US “does not seek confrontation” with Syria, despite launching multiple unprovoked attacks across the country. The assurance also follows reports of more than 24 US cruise missile strikes against Syrian forces in east of the country who are fighting … More ‘We don’t want confrontation’ US tells Syria after carpet-bombing Damascus

FBI warns of ‘end times for whole human race’ if Nunes memo released

  WASHINGTON D.C:  The FBI has delivered an extraordinary warning to the White House, claiming that the release of the declassified memo from Rep. Devin Nunes will cause “the end times for the whole human race”. The memo alleges FBI abuses in the agency’s surveillance during an investigation into US President Donald Trump’s election campaign. … More FBI warns of ‘end times for whole human race’ if Nunes memo released

Magic planes and free-falling towers remembered, 17 years on

  On 11 September this year, the world will remember the day when: *Three buildings… were knocked down by two planes, with the third (WTC 7) collapsing into its footprint at free-fall speed, despite sustaining only a few small office fires. The North and South towers collapsed in exactly the same way, symmetrically and neatly – … More Magic planes and free-falling towers remembered, 17 years on

Markets plunge after Trump’s “We’ll see” remark

  New York: Global markets are in freefall tonight after US President Donald Trump made remarks that spooked Wall St into panic selling. During an address to the White House press club, President Trump was asked by one reporter about rumours that he had been diagnosed with a “serious mental illness” that may endanger the … More Markets plunge after Trump’s “We’ll see” remark

iThought app ‘does all the thinking’ for users

  California: Apple’s groundbreaking application iThought, which aims to guide consumers’ ethical, political, philosophical and spiritual beliefs, has come under fire from the United Nations, which has accused Apple of “trying to convert people”. A Human Rights panel slammed Apple after the application was presented by the tech giant’s CEO Tim Cook in Sweden yesterday. … More iThought app ‘does all the thinking’ for users

Uproar as Google vows to delete ‘wrong opinion’ columns and websites

  California: Google is defending its controversial decision to remove what it calls “wrong opinion columns” online, including certain news websites. The announcement, which has angered journalists and bloggers, follows a raft of measures being taken by the tech giant to stamp out so-called ‘fake news’ and ‘questionable content’ online. “From 1 July, Google will … More Uproar as Google vows to delete ‘wrong opinion’ columns and websites

ISIS leader killed in airstrike: ISIS claims responsibility

  Damascus: ISIS have claimed responsibility for an airstrike that killed its so-called ‘caliph’ in the terrorist group’s stronghold of Raqqa last month. The bizarre claim followed reports from the Russian Ministry of Defence today that on May 28, an airstrike by Russian warplanes eliminated 30 mid-level ISIS leaders and 300 others, including ISIS’ leader, … More ISIS leader killed in airstrike: ISIS claims responsibility

58 Hollywood stars arrested after ‘SNL insurrection’ against Trump

New York: More than 58 Hollywood stars, including Robert De Niro, Samuel L. Jackson and Mark Ruffalo, are behind bars tonight after acting on calls by comedian and actress, Amy Schumer, for a “national insurrection” against US President, Donald Trump. In a special airing of Saturday Night Live, Schumer, flanked by 57 other actors, said the … More 58 Hollywood stars arrested after ‘SNL insurrection’ against Trump