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Aussies could be blocked from sharing local news on Facebook and Insta. Here's why - We The World Magazine

Social media giant Facebook has warned the Australian government that Aussies could be blocked from sharing local news on its platform and Instagram if a landmark law that regulated media is passed.

PUBG Banned in India along with other 118 Chinese apps

India's Ministry of Electronics and Information and Technology has banned the uber-popular battle royale game PUBG along with 118 other Chinese apps.

COVID-19 might mean we’ve entered the ‘age of pandemics’

Is humanity standing at the cusp of a new age, where face masks, hand gloves, and an ongoing pandemics in the air will be normal? At least warnings from US public health experts paint a similarly grim picture.

Lebanon army discovers 4.35 tons of explosive ammonium near Beirut port

Nearly thirty days after the deadly Beirut blast, that sent shockwaves more than a hundred miles away, the Lebanon army just found another 4.35 tons of highly explosive material ammonium nitrate near the accident spot.

Did Taiwan shoot down Chinese PLA jet intrusion allegations? No, it turns out

The Taiwan army has shot down a People's Liberation Army fighter jet that allegedly intruded in the Taiwanese airspace, multiple social media footage are claiming. But the Island-nation has debunked the claims.

PUBG's Chinese owner Tencent lost $34B in just 2-days following ban in India

PUBG's parent company - one of China's biggest tech giants - Tencent has lost $34 billion in just two days, following the ban in India.

Russian coronavirus vaccine results have been published – here’s what they reveal

The Russian coronavirus vaccine results are out. But what does it mean for the people?

Osama bin Laden's niece is head-over-heels Trump in her first-ever interview

9/11 mastermind late Osama Bin Laden's niece believes the traumas of the World Trade Center attack could replay if Joe Biden is elected US President.

Novak Djokovic 'sad and empty' after sensational disqualification from US Open

The world's no. 1 tennis champ Novak Djokovic has apologized after being disqualified from the US Open tennis tournament on Sunday for breaking Grand Slam rules.

Moderna vaccine 'stunningly impressive' says Anthony Fauci

The United States' top infectious disease expert hailed results of Moderna's recent COVID-19 vaccine as 'stunningly impressive, saying that he would have been satisfied with 70 or 75 percent efficacy, AFP reported.

Public health degrees record surge in enrollment as pandemic rages on

Public health programs in the United States have seen a surge in enrollment as the coronavirus has swept through the country, killing more than 246,000 people.

United States FDA approves first home COVID-19 testing kit - We The World News

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the country's first home-based COVID-19 testing kit, under emergency use authorization (EUA).

Promising COVID vaccine trials haven't included pregnant people

Experts are still debating when vaccines should, in general, be tested on those who are pregnant because of concerns that both the pregnant person and fetus would be at risk.

India’s Modi and US President-elect Biden addresses Indo-US solidarity on 1st phone call

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke over the phone with the US President-elect Joe Biden, late on Tuesday, in their first conversation following the 2020 US Presidential election.

$6.6 million worth of Apple products stolen in UK truck heist - WeTheWorld News

A gang of thieves made off with huge plunder of Apple products, including iPhones and Apple Watches worth 5 million pounds ($6.6 million/ Rs 49,30,00,000) in a major heist at a UK motorway.

Biden receives briefing from retired national security experts in absence of federal support

President-elect Joe Biden on Wednesday received security briefing from national security experts for the first time since his victory was projected on November 8th, in absence of federal support.

Outrage after North Dakota Gov. asks Covid positive health staff to report

She was shocked when North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum said last week that health care workers who test positive for the coronavirus but do not display symptoms could still report to work.

Fear of Flying during COVID-Era? What experts say

Is the fear of flying during covid-19 a legitimate conundrum? As the pandemic grips more than ever, experts weigh in.

Oxford says its Covid-19 vaccine is up to 90% effective

The novel coronavirus vaccine developed by the University of Oxford jointly with British pharma giant AstraZeneca has been found to be 70% effective in protecting people from the novel coronavirus.

Five children killed in Afghanistan every day for 14-years, terrifying data says

Real-life cost of perpetual war in Afghanistan is on children. For the past 14-years, five children have been killed in the tumultuous nation, every day, until 2019, a terrifying new data reveals.

Federal judge tosses Trump's appeal for lawsuit in Pennsylvania on voter's fraud

A federal judge tossed a lawsuit Saturday night that sought to have millions of ballots from the Nov. 3 presidential election thrown out, dealing another blow to President Donald Trump’s efforts to stay in office.

IBM apologizes to transgender woman, 52-years after firing her from the company

Technology giant IBM issued a heartfelt apology to a transgender woman, 52-years after she was fired from the company for being who she was.

China knocked COVID-19 with science, not authoritarianism: study

People in China are able to move around freely right now. Many Americans may believe that the Chinese are able to enjoy this freedom because of China’s authoritarian regime.

Lisa Montgomery: Execution delayed for only woman on US federal death row

The execution of Lisa Montgomery, the only woman on federal death row, has been delayed to give her attorneys more time to prepare a clemency application after two of them contracted COVID-19.

OPINION: China's heavy hand on Hong Kong threatens to quash 'business hub' status in future

The decision of Hong Kong’s opposition legislators to resign en masse after the government disqualified four of their colleagues on allegations of threatening national security has caused dismay around the world.