BBC issues apology after FA football live coverage was sabotaged by ‘sex noises’

The BBC has issued an apology after pornographic noises were played during the live coverage of an FA cup pre-match build-up between Wolverhampton and Liverpool at Molineux Stadium in the United Kingdom, on Tuesday (January 17). The noises were transmitted via cell phone by a YouTube prankster which interrupted the Match of the Day presenter […]

Continue Reading

Morning news brief: Golden Globe Awards 2023 live, Meta bans targeted ads at teenagers based on gender, & more

Tightening the advertising policy for young users, especially teens, Meta on Tuesday announced it was removing gender as an option for advertisers to target the said demography. In other news, Allen Weisselberg, a former chief financial officer of the Trump Organization was sentenced Tuesday to five months in prison by a Manhattan court after pleading […]

Continue Reading

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev dies; ‘rare leader’, says Biden

Mikhail Gorbachev, who ended the Cold War without bloodshed but failed to prevent the collapse of the Soviet Union, died on Tuesday at the age of 91, hospital officials in Moscow said. Gorbachev, the last Soviet president, forged arms reduction deals with the United States and partnerships with Western powers to remove the Iron Curtain […]

Continue Reading

‘If my mother and sisters can’t study’: Afghan professor tears down diplomas on live TV

A professor of Kabul University tore up his diplomas on live television, saying that if his mother and sister cannot study, he cannot accept the education either. The professor said that he did not need the diplomas since Afghanistan was “no place for an education”.  The visual of the professor tearing up his diplomas one by […]

Continue Reading

start, initiate in April 2023, New Zealand to ban export of live animals via sea

Two years after storms sunk a livestock ship, killing 41 crew members and 6,000 cattle, New Zealand will outlaw the export of live animals beginning in April of next year. The loss of two New Zealanders from the Gulf Livestock 1 crew in a storm in September 2020 sparked a drive to outlaw the shipping […]

Continue Reading

little plane crashes into live power lines in Maryland causing mass power outages

Mass power outages were reported in Washington, DC, Sunday night after a small plane crashed into high-voltage power lines. Rescue services were working into the night to rescue two people on board the aircraft that was still entangled in the cables. The crash happened at about 5:30 pm local time in Montgomery Village, Maryland, according […]

Continue Reading

Economics professor censured live on TV for suggesting US role in Nord Stream leaks

A Columbia university Economics professor was censured during a live TV interview when he suggested that US and Poland might be responsible for the mysterious leaks on the Nord Stream gas pipeline. He further claimed that several journalists have reported insinuating Washington for the sabotage of pipelines   Jeffrey Sachs, Columbia University’s professor, was on […]

Continue Reading