Preliminary 6.5-magnitude quake strikes Taiwan’s northeastern coast

The EMSC said the quake struck at a depth of some 60 kilometers, about 65 kilometers northeast of Hualien City on Taiwan’s northeastern coast. Tremors from the quake could be felt as far away as Taipei, Taiwan’s capital, according to

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Iranian governor slapped in the face during public speech

Zeinolabedin Khorram, the new governor of East Azerbaijan province, was on stage delivering a speech at the Imam Khomeini Mosque in the northeastern city of Tabriz when the incident took place. A video posted online by Iran’s semi-official Fars News

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Patagonian fossils show Jurassic dinosaur had the herd mentality

Scientists said on Thursday the fossils include more than 100 dinosaur eggs and the bones of about 80 juveniles and adults of a Jurassic Period plant-eating species called Mussaurus patagonicus, including 20 remarkably complete skeletons. The animals experienced a mass-death

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Rural Canadian pastor spends extra night in jail after refusing condition keeping him from church

EXCLUSIVE: A pastor from Manitoba, Canada, who was arrested earlier this week tells Fox News he spent an extra night in prison after refusing a release condition that effectively required him to stop preaching at his church services. Pastor Tobias

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WHO’s Tedros looks like shoo-in for second term despite handling of COVID-19, closeness to China

The Ethiopian head of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, looks set to serve a second term as director-general following reports that no nation will challenge him despite his controversial handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and close relationship to

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Najin, one of the world’s last northern white rhinos, retires from breeding

Najin, a 32-year-old northern white rhino — who, along with her daughter Fatu is one of only two left in the world — will no longer be harvested for eggs for “ethical” reasons, the team of researchers from the BioRescue

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Russia and China hold first joint patrol in the western Pacific, Russian defense ministry says

The patrols involved a total of 10 warships, five from each nation, and lasted a week, from Sunday, October 17 to Saturday, October 23, covering 1,700 nautical miles, according to the Ministry. The objective of the joint patrol was to

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