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TikTok plans to sue Trump Administration as soon as Tuesday

TikTok has announced plans to sue the Trump Administration as early as Tuesday of next week according to an exclusive NPR report citing sources...

Interpol issues warning about cybersecurity risk during pandemic

The International Police Agency (Interpol) released an assessment about cybercrime on August 4. According to the report, the pandemic has shifted the operations of hackers....

Canada rebukes Trump’s aluminum tariffs with tariffs of their own

On Friday, Canada announced plans to impose tariffs on $2.7 billion in American goods following 10% aluminum tariffs re-imposed by the Trump Administration. Trump signed...

Trump increases pressure on TikTok deal, bans app transactions

Microsoft’s ongoing TikTok deal is facing increasing pressure after President Trump signed an executive order banning transactions of TikTok late on Thursday, which is...

Tikhanovskaya brings hope to Belarus election, thousands flood Minsk

On Thursday, roughly 5,000 Belarusian citizens flooded the capital city of Minsk with large scale demonstrations ahead of the August 9 presidential election. Belarusians...

Officials slammed for negligence by residents following Beirut explosion

On Tuesday, the Lebanese capital city of Beirut was rocked by a massive explosion that killed 137 people and injured over 5,000. Initial speculation on...

Chinese state media: US a ‘rogue country,’ TikTok acquisition is theft

On Monday, Chinese state media launched multiple salvoes claiming the U.S. is a “rogue country” and Microsoft’s possible TikTok deal is a theft of...

Beirut blast kills dozens and leaves thousands injured

On Tuesday, the Lebanese capital Beirut was rocked by a massive explosion leaving over 50 dead and thousands injured. Lebanon’s health minister claims approximately 3,000...

Elections loom in Belarus, Europe’s last dictatorship

In the Belarusian capital of Minsk, an atmosphere rife with anxiety and hope has taken hold of the capital city with elections planned for...

Former monarch Juan Carlos to leave Spain, facing corruption charges

Spain’s former monarch, Juan Carlos, has announced his intentions to leave Spain following an investigation under charges of corruption. Newspaper reports have claimed that Carlos...

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