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PIA runs first chartered commercial flight to Afghanistan             Afghan Education Ministry to Modify Curriculum             6 in 10 Americans say US ígone off on wrong trackí: Poll             US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman: America would work with Taliban on Daesh-K             US lawlessness, Europe inaction responsible for status quo surrounding JCPOA: Iran FM             After Ida, small recovery signs amid daunting destruction             McConnell: Biden not going to be removed from office             Fighting Continues Between Taliban, Resistance Forces             Taliban Expected to Announce New Govt Soon             Biden Defends Decision to Withdraw From Afghanistan             Taliban accuse US of destroying equipment including helicopters             Qatar warns isolating Taliban could further destabilize Afghanistan             India announces first formal meeting with Taliban             Pentagon: China will soon surpass Russia as top nuclear threat             US warns citizens to Ďimmediatelyí leave Kabul airport            


Oceans were hottest in recorded history in 2019: Study

The worldís oceans were the hottest in recorded history in 2019, scientists said on Tuesday, as man-made emissions warmed seas at an ever-increasing rate with potentially disastrous impacts on Earthís climate. image1 Oceans...



US lawmakers introduce bill to rein in Apple, Google app stores

A new Senate bill targeting US app stores seeks to rein in the power of tech giants such as Apple and Google by banning restrictions on app developers. (File photo) A bipartisan trio of senators has introduced a bill that would seek to rein in the power of tech giants such as Apple and Google. The...




US whistleblower Snowden, privacy advocates blast Appleís photo scanning plan

US whistle-blower Edward Snowden and other privacy advocates speak out against Appleís plan to scan user photos for child abuse imagery. (File photo) Former US National Security Agency member and whistle-blower Edward Snowden, along with other security experts and privacy advocates, has censured a controversial...




Massive EA Games hack began with cyber thieves posing as employee on Slack

The Slack Technologies Inc. logo is seen on a banner outside the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) during thew companyís IPO in New York, US June 20, 2019. © REUTERS/Brendan McDermid The group of hackers who swiped source code from game company Electronic Arts pulled off the stunt by tricking EAís...




Australiaís largest dinosaur identified as new species

Australian scientists have confirmed the discovery of one of the largest dinosaur species ever in Eromanga, outback Queensland. Formally named Australotitan cooperensis meaning "the southern titan" the plant-eating sauropod lived between 92 million and 96 million years ago, when Australia was attached...




Microsoft to unplug Explorer as it seeks edge in browser war

Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) is pulling the plug on its once omnipresent browser, Internet Explorer, next year as it prepares to battle market leader Chrome with its slicker Edge browser. Launched in 1995, Internet Explorer became the dominant browser for over a decade as it was bundled with Microsoftís...




Parler returns to Appleís App Store with ĎPGí version as platform begins hate speech crackdown on iOS only

Conservative-friendly social media site Parler has made a comeback on the Apple App Store, reappearing on the platform with beefed up ‘hate speechí filters after it was pulled in the wake of the January 6 riot at the US Capitol. The social network was reinstated on the App Store on Monday, with...




New species of crested dinosaur identified in Mexico

A team of palaeontologists in Mexico have identified a new species of dinosaur after finding its 72 million-year-old fossilized remains almost a decade ago, Mexicoís National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) said on Thursday. Reuters reported the new species, named Tlatolophus galorum,...




China completes historic Mars spacecraft landing

An uncrewed Chinese spacecraft successfully landed on the surface of Mars on Saturday, state news agency Xinhua reported, making China the second space-faring nation after the United States to land on the Red Planet. The Tianwen-1 spacecraft landed on a site on a vast plain known as Utopia Planitia,...




WhatsApp postpones data-sharing change after backlash

The WhatsApp logo and binary cyber codes are seen in this illustration taken November 26, 2019. (Reuters) WhatsApp on Friday postponed a data-sharing change as users concerned about privacy fled the Facebook-owned messaging service and flocked to rivals Telegram and Signal. The smartphone app, a huge...




Millions of WhatsApp users migrate to Signal and Telegram

WhatsApp users this week flocked in their millions to other more privacy-based apps like Signal and Telegram after WhatsApp announced they will soon start sharing data with Facebook. According to Telegram, they recorded an increase of 25 million users in the past 72 hours. Signalís Brian Acton said...




Apple Presents Its 5G-Enabled iPhone 12+Video

According to Verizon Communications Incís chief executive, Hans Vestberg, the new model has faster 5G connectivity thanks to its network which is set to overcome bottlenecks in big cities and crowded areas. Apple Inc unveiled its 5G-enabled iPhone 12 on Tuesday. The new smartphone has a 6.1-inch...




Possible sign of life discovered on inhospitable Venus

This artistic impression depicts the planet Venus, where scientists have confirmed the detection of phosphine molecules. (Photo by Reuters) Scientists said on Monday they have detected in the harshly acidic clouds of Venus a gas called phosphine that indicates microbes may inhabit Earthís inhospitable...




Apple plans to make at least 75 million 5G iPhones for this year

Apple Inc has asked suppliers to make at least 75 million 5G iPhones for later this year, along with new Apple Watch models, a new iPad Air and a smaller HomePod, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday. According to Reuters, Apple expects shipments of these next-generation iPhones to reach as high as...




Scientists Have Reportedly Discovered Remains of Giant Pigeon

Scientists from the University of New Mexico have found the remains of a giant pigeon, Tongoenas burleyi, on the islands of the Kingdom of Tonga in Oceania, according to the portal "Eurekalert!" The pigeon may be among the most common animals city-dwellers encounter on a daily basis, especially if...




Donít expect first COVID-19 vaccinations until early 2021: WHO

A woman holds a small bottle labeled with a "Vaccine COVID-19" sticker and a medical syringe in this illustration taken April 10, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) Researchers are making "good progress" in developing vaccines against COVID-19, with a handful in late-stage trials, but their first use cannot be...




Iran successfully tests 5G in lab in Tehran

Photo published on July 22, 2020 shows a view to a site where Iranís second largest mobile operator MTN Irancell launched a first lab testing site for 5G high-speed mobile internet in the Iranian capital Tehran. An Iranian deputy telecoms minister says a first trial in the country for the high-speed...




Coronavirus: Oxford University vaccine found to produce COVID-19 antibodies

Scientists at the University of Oxford say their experimental coronavirus vaccine has been shown in an early trial to prompt a protective immune response in hundreds of people who got the shot. British researchers first began testing the vaccine in April in about 1,000 people, half of whom got the experimental...




Chinese researchers start phase-2 human test for possible coronavirus vaccine

In this file photo a worker packs rabies vaccines at a lab at the Yisheng Biopharma Company, where researchers are trying to develop a vaccine for the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Shenyang in Chinaís northeast Liaoning province, on June 9, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Chinese researchers have started a second...




Medical experts fear rich nations may get privileged access to potential COVID-19 vaccine

In this picture taken on April 29, 2020, an engineer looks at monkey kidney cells as he make a test on an experimental vaccine for the COVID-19 inside the Cells Culture Room laboratory at the Sinovac Biotech facilities in Beijing. COVID-19 has killed hundreds of thousands across the globe and forced...




Researchers concerned mutations in some strains may help coronavirus spread

Scientists are keeping a close eye on genome mutations to prevent a coronavirus vaccine that only works against some strains. 10 May 2020. (Photo via The Guardian) Scientists have found evidence for mutations in some strains of the coronavirus that suggest the pathogen may be adapting to humans after...




Malaria breakthrough as scientists find microbe íthat can stopí mosquitoes spreading deadly disease

Scientists have discovered a microbe they say can prevent mosquitoes from transmitting malaria. Jeremy Herren, a researcher at the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology, told Euronews it was a critical first step towards "a new way of controlling malaria". Infected mosquitoes spread...




China says its new space station will be completed by 2022

FILE: In this file photo taken Saturday, June 16, 2012, a Shenzhou 9 spacecraft Long March rocket with 3 astronauts including China’s first female astronaut launches - Copyright AP Photo/Ng Han Guan, File China is aiming to complete work on its space station within about two years, officials...




Twitter opens up data for researchers to study COVID-19 spread

In this file photo, taken in Lille, France, on October 01, 2019, the logos of mobile apps Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook, Google, and Messenger are seen on a tablet. (By AFP) Twitter Inc. will grant researchers and software developers access to a real-time data stream of tens of millions of...




Coronavirus: Minks test positive for COVID-19 at two Dutch farms

Two Dutch mink farms have reported cases of COVID-19 among their animals, the countryís Ministry of Agriculture confirmed on Sunday. Minks at the two farms located within 15km of each other in southern Netherlands "showed various symptoms including respiratory problems," the ministry said in a statement. Mink...




Meteorite explodes, crashes into Brazil+video

An observatory in Brazil captured the moment a meteorite speeds across the night sky before exploding and crashing . According to reports, the meteorite exploded in Brazilís Hortensias Region in Rio Grande do Sul state. Professor Carlos Fernando Jung from the Heller & Jung Space Observatory reported...




Earth-sized, habitable-zone exoplanet found hiding in Kepler data

An illustration of Kepler-1649c orbiting around its host red dwarf star. This newly discovered exoplanet is in its starís habitable zone and is the closest to Earth in size and temperature found yet in Keplerís data. (Photo by NASA) Buried in data from the now-defunct Kepler space telescope, astronomers...




Three COVID-19 vaccines approved for clinical trials: China

Small bottles labeled with a "Vaccine COVID-19" sticker and a medical syringe are seen in this illustration taken taken April 10, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) China has so far approved three vaccines of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) for clinical trials, said an official on Tuesday in Beijing. Wu...




Afghan All-Female Robotic Team Builds Ventilator

The all-girls robotics team, which has won international honors for their robots, has made a ventilator, which they are trying to convince health officials to use for COVID-19 patients. Ventilators are the main lifesaving devices for coronavirus patients, and some countries are faced with a lack of...




Iranís Defense Ministry unveils rapid test kits for novel coronavirus

This photo published Iranian Defense Ministry news service shows test kits put on display for an unveiling ceremony in Tehran on March 30, 2020. A biomedicine company affiliated with the Iranian Defense Ministry has unveiled homemade rapid tests kits for new coronavirus as the country moves to contain...




Iranian firm supplying much needed test kits amid coronavirus surge

An Iranian company starts supplying 10,000 coronavirus test kits to the labs across the country. An Iranian pharmaceutical company has started supplying coronavirus test kits amid a reported shortage for the much-needed diagnostics for a pathogen that has set off a global pandemic. Vahid Yunessi, the...




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UN seeks $600 million to avert Afghanistan humanitarian crisis

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6 in 10 Americans say US ígone off on wrong trackí: Poll

US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman: America would work with Taliban on Daesh-K

US lawlessness, Europe inaction responsible for status quo surrounding JCPOA: Iran FM

After Ida, small recovery signs amid daunting destruction

McConnell: Biden not going to be removed from office

Fighting Continues Between Taliban, Resistance Forces

Taliban Expected to Announce New Govt Soon

Biden Defends Decision to Withdraw From Afghanistan

Taliban accuse US of destroying equipment including helicopters

Qatar warns isolating Taliban could further destabilize Afghanistan

India announces first formal meeting with Taliban

Pentagon: China will soon surpass Russia as top nuclear threat

US warns citizens to Ďimmediatelyí leave Kabul airport

US strikes Daesh after deadly Kabul attack

Panjshir: Massoud Wants to Talk But Ready to Fight

UK says has evacuated over 7,000 people from Afghanistan

OIC holds emergency meeting on Afghanistan

RSF presses Biden to evacuate journalists

Taliban to unveil new Afghan govt framework within weeks, official says

Greece completes wall extension on border as Afghan migrant fears grow

Biden Vows to íMobilize Every Resourceí for Evacuations

Afghan Women to Taliban: íInclude Us In Your Govtí

Taliban seeks intíl assistance for rebuilding Afghanistan

EUís Borrell says Taliban takeover of Afghanistan biggest event since Crimea

Pentagon DOES NOT KNOW how many Americans are still in Afghanistan, or how many were among the 7,000 evacuated so far

Terrorist blast kills at least two people in Somali capital

Taliban call on the world to recognize their movement

Turkey Still Aims to Maintain Kabul Airport Security: Erdogan

IMF Blocks Afghanistanís Access to Emergency Reserves

Taliban Says Governing Structure May Include Council

Biden seeks ways to speed up evacuations from Afghanistan

Afghan Female Journalists Ask Taliban for Right to Work

Biden should take peopleís money seriously and question Afghan military top brass (including Ghani) who gave them orders not to fight Taliban

Ghaniís remarks spark widespread reaction

Afghan delegation meets with Pakistanís prime minister

Ross Wilson says reports of US embassy closing are not true

Taliban spokesman Mujahid holds first press conference in Kabul


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