Chinese plane flying near Taiwan makes US nervous

The Chinese military flew 16 warplanes over the waters of southern Taiwan on Sunday (3/10). The United States government responded to the action by expressing concern and saying that the activity was a “provocative military action” near the island with a sovereign government. China is still claiming that Taiwan is …

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Huge Oil Spill Pollutes California Beaches

One of the largest oil spills off the coast of California polluted the region’s popular beaches and killed wildlife. Officials on Sunday tried to control the oil before it spread further into protected wetlands. A statement from the Huntington Beach city government said at least 477,000 liters of oil spilled …

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Duterte’s daughter may run in 2022 presidential election

A day after shocking the public by announcing his retirement from running for vice president in next year’s election and retiring from politics, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced Sunday the possibility of his daughter running for the 2022 election. Media reports have reported that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s daughter, Sara …

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Benin Enforces Online Business Permit Applications

Setting up a business in Benin, West Africa, is now very easy. Since the beginning of the pandemic, residents have been able to apply for business license registration online or online. The existence of this online service fosters a business climate and makes the number of businesses created in Benin …

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Hurricane Shaheen hits Oman, at least 3 people killed

Tropical Storm Shaheen hit Oman on Sunday (3/10), killing at least three people. Authorities urged residents to evacuate coastal areas and suspended flights to and from the capital, Muscat. A child who was swept away by water was found dead, the country’s official news agency said, and another person was …

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