Gabrielle Reyes

Air India Plane from Dubai Crashes in Southern India, Kills at Least 16

An Air India Express plane from Dubai skidded off a runway upon landing at Kozhikode International Airport in southern India’s Kerala state on Friday, breaking into two pieces and killing at least 16 people, including both pilots, multiple local news outlets reported.

The Air India Express flight that skidded off a runway while landing at the airport in Kozhikode, Kerala state, India, Friday, Aug. 7, 2020. The special evacuation flight bringing people home to India who had been trapped abroad because of the coronavirus skidded off the runway and split in two …

Pipeline Explodes, Roads Collapse After Flooding in Yulin, China

A natural gas pipeline exploded in China’s north-central city of Yulin on Wednesday. Authorities blame the blast on recent flooding in the region and have issued a warning to area citizens to expect more heavy rains in the coming days.

Flooded buildings are seen in Nanjing, in China's eastern Jiangsu province on July 19, 2020. - Vast swathes of China have been inundated by the worst flooding in decades along the mighty Yangtze River, with residents piling into boats and makeshift rafts to escape a deluge that has collapsed flood …

Report: Huawei Sends Thousands of Biometric Surveillance Cameras to Serbia

Thousands of biometric surveillance cameras made by Chinese-owned Huawei are “en route” to Serbia, part of Belgrade and Beijing’s joint plan to install the Chinese telecom giant’s signature “Safe City” surveillance system in the capital, Albania’s Exit News reported on Wednesday.

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Syria Claims It Seized U.S. and Israeli-Made Munitions

Syrian authorities on Wednesday said they had found a large number of foreign-made weapons and ammunition, “including U.S.-made shells and Israeli-made mines left behind by terrorists,” in the southern part of the war-ravaged country.

Western leaders now say Syrian president Bashar al-Assad must be involved in peace talks. Photograph: Vahid Salemi/AP Photo

Australia Will Force Facebook, Google to Pay for News

In a world first, the Australian government will require U.S. tech giants Facebook and Google to pay Australian media outlets for news content, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) reported Thursday.

This illustration picture shows social media applications logos from Linkedin, YouTube, Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter displayed on a smartphone in Arlington, Virginia on May 28, 2020. - Trump is expected to sign an executive order on May 28, 2020, after threatening to shutter social media platforms following Twitter's move …