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Mexico Sues US Arms ManufacturersEconomy

Mexico Sues US Arms Manufacturers

According to the Mexican Foreign Minister, Mexico has filed lawsuits against the top US arms manufacturing companies in a federal
Indonesia, US to Hold Largest Joint MilitaryPolitics

Indonesia, US to Hold Largest Joint Military

What are the drills for? For the next two weeks, thousands of soldiers from Indonesia and the United States will
Delta Variant Challenges China’s StrategySecurity

Delta Variant Challenges China’s Strategy

Months after hailing China’s strategy to reduce the corona outbreak, since the virus first erupted in the Chinese city of
Oil Prices Rise Due to Middle East TensionsEconomy

Oil Prices Rise Due to Middle East Tensions

The reason behind oil prices increase Oil prices increased on Thursday, against the backdrop of the tensions in the Middle
Tehran Denies Involvement in the Attack Near FujairahPolitics

Tehran Denies Involvement in the Attack Near Fujairah

In a letter to the United Nations, Iran denied the accusations made by the United Kingdom, Liberia, and Romania that
South Korea to be one of world’s largest vaccine manufacturers, says Moon, pledging $1.92 billion investmentEconomy

South Korea to be one of world’s largest vaccine manufacturers, says Moon, pledging $1.92 billion investment

The South Korean president’s office has announced plans to elevate the country to be one of the world’s largest vaccine
Covid restrictions in Japan extended to over 70% of the country as Tokyo hospitals struggle to cope with surging casesSecurity

Covid restrictions in Japan extended to over 70% of the country as Tokyo hospitals struggle to cope with surging cases

Japanese officials have extended Covid restrictions to more than 70% of the country’s population, amid a surge in infections that
New Zealand waived strict border controls for Google co-founder Larry Page after the billionaire’s child fell illTechnology

New Zealand waived strict border controls for Google co-founder Larry Page after the billionaire’s child fell ill

Google co-founder Larry Page was allowed to travel to New Zealand after seeking medical treatment for his child, exempting him