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North Korean Soldiers Briefly Cross DMZ and Retreat After South Korean Warning Shots
Jun, 12 2024 / World News

North Korean Soldiers Briefly Cross DMZ and Retreat After South Korean Warning Shots

On June 11, 2024, North Korean soldiers crossed the border into South Korea near the town of Goseong. They retreated after South Korean troops fired warning shots. Though no one was harmed, this incident underscores the ongoing tensions and security concerns along one of the world's most militarized borders, the DMZ.

Concerns Rise for Missing TV Personality Michael Mosley in Greece
Jun, 7 2024 / World News

Concerns Rise for Missing TV Personality Michael Mosley in Greece

Concerns are growing as TV personality Dr. Michael Mosley, 67, goes missing on the Greek island of Symi. Despite an extensive search by Greek authorities using police, drones, and search dogs, Mosley remains unlocated. Authorities fear he may have slipped and fallen or been swept away at sea.

France Deploys Troops and Bans TikTok Amidst New Caledonia Unrest Over Nickel Mine Controversy
May, 16 2024 / World News

France Deploys Troops and Bans TikTok Amidst New Caledonia Unrest Over Nickel Mine Controversy

France has responded to escalating unrest in New Caledonia by deploying troops and banning TikTok. The protests erupted following the arrest of an indigenous leader opposing a nickel mine, leading to violence and property damage. The French government aims to restore order, amid growing calls for independence from the Kanak community.

Humanitarian Organizations Appeal to Elon Musk to Continue Starlink Support in Conflict-Hit Sudan
May, 13 2024 / World News

Humanitarian Organizations Appeal to Elon Musk to Continue Starlink Support in Conflict-Hit Sudan

As violence intensifies in Sudan, humanitarian groups including the International Rescue Committee and Oxfam urge Elon Musk to continue providing Starlink internet services. These services are vital for aid coordination and ensuring the safety of humanitarian personnel amid the crisis.