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The UK Navy's new drone submarine is the length of an iconic London bus and will help to 'dominate the underwater battlespace'
The British-built crewless vessel is the length of a double-decker bus, weighs 17 tonnes, and will be able to cover 1,000 miles in a single mission.
'Yeezy come, Yeezy go': Kanye West tattoos are being removed for free by a studio in London
Naama Studios said three people have started having tattoos removed, with 10 more booked in for consultations in the coming weeks.
Brazilian football legend Pelé moved to end-of-life care in hospital, no longer responding to chemotherapy treatment
The Brazilian football great Pelé is receiving palliative care after he stopped responding to chemotherapy treatment for colon cancer, the Brazilian newspaper Folha de S Paulo has reported.
Twitter Files: Elon Musk releases Hunter Biden censorship documents
Compact magazine founder and editor Sohrab Ahmari reacts to Twitter CEO Elon Musk releasing files detailing Twitter’s censorship of the Hunter Biden story.
Croatia Selling Russian Oligarch super yacht and will give the money to Ukraine
Viktor Medvedchuk’s yacht "Royal Romance" (value: 200 million USD) which is currently moored at the Croatian harbor of Rijeka will be auctioned. The revenue will be given to Ukraine.
PHOTOS: New York City lights the 50,000 bulbs of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree
The 90-year-old tree made its way to Rockefeller Center Saturday morning as New Yorkers and tourists prepare for the start of the Christmas season.
Twitter is now relying more on AI to identify harmful content, says its new trust and safety chief
Ella Irwin, Elon Musk's new head of trust and safety, told Reuters that Twitter now favors restrictions on certain content rather than deleting it.
El Salvador Deploys 10,000 Troops To Gang-Run Suburb In Capital City
The move is the latest escalation in a crusade against gang violence that began in March, which human rights groups say has been marred by unjustified detentions.
Sam Bankman-Fried: This crypto entrepreneur saw his £21bn empire crumble in just three days - what happened at FTX?
No longer a billionaire, Sam Bankman-Fried says his net worth has dwindled to $100,000 (£80,000) following FTX's demise - and he admitted it has been a "bad month".
Supercar-maker McLaren in talks with investors about £250m fundraising
The Formula One team-owner is in talks with the Bahrain and Saudi sovereign wealth funds about a capital injection designed to steer it into the electric vehicle era.
Russian businessman arrested on suspicion of money laundering
The unnamed 58-year-old was among three men arrested on Thursday by officers from the National Crime Agency
51 Relaxing Poolside Sitting Areas To Daydream About
Relaxing poolside sitting areas, featuring luxurious outdoor living spaces, conversation pits, outdoor dining rooms, outdoor lounge furniture & modern gardens.
US Air Force unveils new B-21 Raider nuclear stealth bomber
The US Air Force has unveiled its newest nuclear stealth bomber, the B-21, which will gradually replace aircraft first flown in the Cold War.
A former Amazon exec was reportedly paid more than $800,000 in 2021 to run Jeff Bezos' preschool system, which mostly comprised 1 school with 13 students
Jeff Bezos reportedly paid former Amazon execs a small fortune to run his nonprofit preschool, which only had 13 students for most of last year.
Elon Musk keeps followers waiting after saying he'll release details about 'what really happened with the Hunter Biden story suppression by Twitter'
Musk has said releasing Twitter's internal deliberations regarding the New York Post's story "is necessary to restore public trust."
US To Unveil High-Tech B-21 Stealth Bomber
The B-21 -- which is on track to cost nearly $700 million per plane and is the first new US bomber in decades -- will gradually replace the B-1 and B-2 aircraft, which first flew during the Cold War.
"Silence Is Complicity": Biden Urges Politicians To Denounce Anti-Semitism
The White House had previously condemned Donald Trump for hosting both West and Fuentes at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida last week.
Vladimir Putin Says Strikes On Ukraine's Infrastructure "Inevitable"
Moscow "had long refrained from precision missile strikes against certain targets on the territory of Ukraine", Vladimir Putin told Olaf Scholz, according to a Kremlin readout of the phone talks.
Phil Oh’s Best Street Style Photos From the New York Fashion Week Spring 2023 Shows
This season New York Fashion Week has brought in a worldwide crowd of stars thanks to a packed season that even includes shows from international designers like Fendi and Marni.
Rishi Sunak has Tory rebel trouble all of his own
The once-feared European Research Group is not the force it was — but Rishi Sunak is still struggling to keep his party in line.
Prince William meets with President Biden ahead of Earthshot prize reveal in Boston
The two men met in a picturesque spot outside the library at Columbia Point
Woman didn't like noise of patient's ventilator 'so she turned it off twice'
An elderly woman has been arrested in a German hospital after turning off another patient’s ventilator twice.
China relaxes COVID-19 rules after protests
Cities across China further unwound Covid restrictions on Friday, loosening testing and quarantine rules in the wake of nationwide protests calling for an end to lockdowns and greater political freedoms.
Sam Bankman-Fried Interviewed Live About the Collapse of FTX
Sam Bankman-Fried, co-founder of the cryptocurrency firm FTX, gave his first live interview since his company filed for bankruptcy.
Indonesia set to punish sex before marriage with jail time
Indonesia's parliament is expected to pass a new criminal law this month that will punish sex outside marriage with imprisonment of up to a year.
Edward Snowden receives Russian passport
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, who revealed to the American public serious offenses of the US government against the American citizens and against the American Constitution, and the man who is considered in USA as a wanted-“criminal”...
Confirmed: The New Zealand Government -as part of the 5 eyes alliance- has backdoor access to censor content on social media.
Finland's Sanna Marin says Europe would be in trouble without US
Finnish PM Sanna Marin has said Europe is "not strong enough" to stand up to Russia's invasion of Ukraine on its own, and has had to rely on US support. "I must be brutally honest with you," Sanna Marin says. "We would be in trouble with...
This man has had enough with the Chinese “health experts”
Jack Ma, the billionaire founder of Alibaba, disappeared from public view in 2020. He's been living in Tokyo for the past 6 months, a new report says.
Ma has been lying low since October 2020, when he gave a speech criticizing China's financial regulatory system that angered Chinese authorities.
Elon Musk Hopes To Test Brain Chip In Humans Soon, Will Get One Himself
The interface, produced by Musk's start-up Neuralink, would allow the user to communicate directly with computers through their thoughts, he said.
Twitter Offers Incentives To Win Back Advertisers: Report
Many companies from General Mills Inc to luxury automaker Audi of America stopped or paused advertising on Twitter since the acquisition.
Elon Musk Unveils Tesla's First Heavy-Duty Semi-Trucks
Musk said that the Semi has three times the power of any diesel-powered truck and it is aimed at reducing the outsized emissions of the trucking sector relative to size of the fleet.
Biden Says Ready To Speak To Putin "If He's Looking For Way To End War"
US President Joe Biden said that he is prepared to speak with Putin if in fact there is an interest in him deciding he's looking for a way to end the war.
Kanye West Praises Hitler, Defends Nazis In Hours-Long Livestream
In an interview with US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, Kanye West said that he "loves Hitler" who invented highways and invented the very microphone that I used as a musician.
Russia Refuses To Provide Pakistan 30-40% Discount On Crude Oil: Report
The talks ended with Russia saying that it could not offer anything right now as all volumes were committed.
Zelensky tells Elon Musk to 'come to Ukraine' after peace deal furor
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has again criticized Twitter CEO Elon Musk for proposing a peace deal with Russia.
Foxconn: iPhone maker offers payments for finding new workers
Apple supplier Foxconn is ramping up efforts to recruit workers after unrest at the world's biggest iPhone factory.
The hidden ocean pollution killing marine mammals
Noise and chemical pollution in our oceans are affecting marine mammals' ability to navigate, communicate and detect danger.
Prince William and Kate continue US trip ahead of climate prize
The Prince and Princess of Wales have visited a charity that works with young people at risk of urban violence, as their US trip continues.
Switzerland's economy ministry said it froze $8 billion of Russian assets out of $50 billion stored in Swiss deposits
The Swiss economy ministry announced on Thursday that it had frozen $7.94 billion (7.5 billion Swiss francs) worth of Russian assets as of November 25, 2022. This is apart from 15 properties belonging to Russia's sanctioned legal entitie...
The value of banknotes in Venezuela ...
This is a good reminder for all of us, that banknotes, every country’s banknote, is just a paper, backed by a central bank that has no assets, only the ability to print more of the same. Just the same as FTX, as well as every other self ...
Starlink: Elon Musk's satellites to beam high-speed broadband to remote areas of UK in government trial
Three locations will have the equipment installed to begin with, allowing them to link up to the satellites and access broadband 10 times faster than previously available.
What is it like to be repeatedly asked where you are from?
When a senior royal aide repeatedly asked a prominent black charity boss where she was "really from", during a Buckingham Palace reception, it sparked an outcry. Being intrusively probed about your cultural and ethnic heritage is an unwe...
Ngozi Fulani: Lady Susan Hussey's race comments were abuse, says charity boss
A black British charity boss who was repeatedly asked where she was "really" from at a royal reception has told the BBC the encounter was "abuse".
HSBC head dismisses idea China is trying to get hold of the bank's Asian operations
Cuts are being made across HSBC's business as pressure mounts from the bank's largest shareholder.
UK to trial Elon Musk's satellite broadband equipment in remote locations
Britain is to trial using low Earth orbit satellites to provide high-speed internet connections to remote homes and businesses, with the initial sites supported by equipment supplied by Elon Musk's Starlink system.
Royal aide steps down after racist comments -Buckingham Palace
A member of the British royal family's household has left her role after making "unacceptable and deeply regrettable" comments about race and nationality to a woman at a grand reception at Buckingham Palace, a spokesperson said on Wednes...
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