Blog List Layout

Russian Frigates Carry Outs The First Test Of The Kalibr Cruise Missile In The Sea Of Japan

Sputnik: Video: Russia’s Marshal Shaposhnikov Frigate Test-Fires Kalibr Cruise Missile MOSCOW (Sputnik) – A modernized frigate from the Russian Pacific Fleet, the Marshal Shaposhnikov, has carried out the first test of the Kalibr cruise missile in the Sea of Japan, the Russian Defense Ministry announced. "At the designated time, the …

Read More »

US Navy Hospital Corpsman Shot And Critically Wounded Two People In Maryland. Went To Fort Detrick Where He Was Fatally Shot By Personnel There

The U.S. Navy can confirm there was an active shooter incident at Fort Detrick, MD involving U.S. Navy Sailors. The shooter, a Navy Hospital Corpsman, is deceased. We will continue to update with additional details as the situation evolves. — U.S. Navy (@USNavy) April 6, 2021 NBC 4: 2 Shot …

Read More »

Will The Beijing Winter Olympics Be Boycotted In 2022?

CNBC: Calls grow louder to boycott Beijing’s Olympics — and analysts warn of retaliation from China * The 2022 Winter Olympic Games are set to be hosted by Beijing between Feb. 4 to 20. * Relations between major Western powers and China have been tense over allegations of severe human …

Read More »

Will Covid-19 Variants Derail Global Pandemic Control Efforts?

Susan Michie, Chris Bullen, et al, The Conversation: New COVID variants have changed the game, and vaccines will not be enough. We need global ‘maximum suppression’ New variants of concern have changed the game, spreading worldwide and threatening to derail pandemic control efforts At the end of 2020, there was …

Read More »

US Navy Chief Says Drones That Swarmed U.S. Warships Off The California Coast In 2019 Are Still Unidentified

The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Kidd transits the Pacific Ocean on July 30, 2019.Anthony J. Rivera / US Navy NBC: Drones that swarmed U.S. warships are still unidentified, Navy chief says The military is expected to deliver a report later this year to Congress on “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena." Drones …

Read More »

US Imposes Sanctions On Turkey Over Its Purchase Of A Russian S-400 Missile System

The advanced S-400 Russian air defense system. (AA Photo) Daily Sabah: US sanctions on Turkish officials over S-400s come into force The United States' sanctions targeting some Turkish officials and institutions over the country's purchase of the advanced S-400 Russian air defense system will be in force as of Wednesday, …

Read More »

U.S. Soldiers At Fort Bliss Are Banned From Taking Photos Of Migrant Tents Built To House Unaccompanied Migrants

Officials have refused to say how many migrants are currently being held at the army base but White House press secretary Jen Psaki said last month that the Fort Bliss facility could house about 5,000 beds. Photo courtesy of CBS4 Daily Mail: Military builds six enormous tents at Fort Bliss …

Read More »

Americans’ Worry About Catching COVID-19 Drops To A Record Low

Gallup: Americans' Worry About Catching COVID-19 Drops to Record Low * 35% of Americans are worried about catching COVID-19, down from 49% * 77% say the COVID-19 situation in the U.S. is improving, up from 60% * 64% report at least a fair amount of disruption to their lives, down …

Read More »

Tweets Of The Day

The United States said Monday it was ready to review key sanctions on Iran if it comes into compliance with a nuclear deal ahead of European-led indirect talks aimed at salvaging the accord https://t.co/PLRrZT12it — AFP News Agency (@AFP) April 5, 2021 “We set out our road map and we’re …

Read More »

Picture Of The Day

Christian worshippers take part in a Good Friday procession along the Via Dolorosa during Easter Holy Week in Jerusalem's Old City April 2, 2021. REUTERS/Ammar Awad WNU Editor: The above picture came from this photo-gallery …. Christian faithful celebrate Easter in a pandemic (Reuters).Original Article

Read More »