Women lead the fight against drug cartel in Mexico

In the Mexican state of Michoacan, women have led the fight against the drug cartel. Most of them claim that

Taliban terrorists decided to marry fewer Wives and save on weddings

The leaders of the terrorist movement “Taliban” decided to oblige group members to take fewer wives to save on weddings.

Relatives kept a Filipina with depression in a cage for five years

In the Philippines, relatives kept a girl with psychotic depression in a cage for five years because they did not

Father abandoned the child because of his name

The father refused to sign the child’s birth certificate because of the name that his mother entered there, The Sun

FBI examines possible foreign intervention in the assault on the Capitol

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation investigates possible financial support for participants in the storming of the Capitol from foreign

Swiss insurer to stop working with “Nord stream-2”

The Swiss insurance company Zurich Insurance Group will stop providing its services related to the “Nord stream-2” project due to

Singapore to tighten entry restrictions due to COVID-19

According to the Ministry of Health of the country, Singapore authorities have decided to tighten restrictions on entry into the

Iran has threatened to bring the US to the International Court of Justice

Tehran has warned Washington against “actions against Iranian diplomats,” threatening otherwise international legal proceedings, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh

In Iran, the new US sanctions were called a show-off

The head of the Iranian presidential Administration, Mahmoud Vaezi, called the latest US anti-Iranian sanctions ostentatious. “The latest US sanctions

Xiaomi after Huawei hit the US blacklist

As we wrote earlier, the Donald Trump administration, on the eve of the inauguration of the new president, published a