Now that Taliban has taken over Afghanistan after the US military has withdrawn from the area, the future for women and girls in Afghanistan is uncertain.
The world was shocked by horrifying scenes of desperate Afghans swarming at Kabul’s international airport, grasping at their last chance to escape a country now completely overrun by the Taliban.Read More
How many did you scan today?
QR codes have popped up everywhere in the pandemic in restaurants or shops. All of a sudden, your offline activities are now leaving traces online wherever you go…Read More
Haiti president, Jovenel Moïse, was killed in an attack on his own residence on the 7th of July according to the country’s acting Prime Minister, who has declared a state of seige in the country.Read More
WHO says, Delta the ‘most transmissible’ of variants, is spreading rapidly among unvaccinated populations.Read More
To hold or not to hold doesn’t seem to be the question now, but rather how it’s going to turn out…Read More
What touched off the COVID-19 pandemic remains a mystery. Several dominant hypotheses exist, but each lacks sufficient evidence to explain the cause of the crisis.Read More
I saw the news today that white house is teaming up with dating apps to get shots in arms. Vaccinated users could get free perks. And according to the research, they have higher match rate. So instead of seductive lipsticks or lingerie, maybe getting vaccinated could help you find love (or at least get laid).Read More
The second coronavirus wave is devastating India now. The county’s healthcare system is crumbling amid the surge in cases, doctors say it’s hard for them to see the light at the end of the tunnel this time.Read More
Derek Chauvin was found guilty of two counts of murder on Tuesday in the death of George Floyd, whose final breaths last May under the knee of Mr. Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer, were captured on video, setting off months of protests against the police abuse of Black people.Read More