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Iranian Revolutionary Guard commandos seized the Israeli-affiliated container ship MSC Aries near the Strait of Hormuz on Saturday, in the latest attack between the two countries. Tensions have been escalating between Iran and Israel, with Iran retaliating over a suspected Israeli strike on an Iranian consular building in Syria earlier this month. The ongoing Israeli war on Hamas in the Gaza Strip, now in its sixth month, is further inflaming tensions across the region. Groups like Hezbollah and Houthi rebels are also becoming increasingly involved in the conflict. The attack on the vessel, which is associated with London-based Zodiac Maritime…

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Amazon’s Latest Geeky Series “Fallout” Receives Rave Reviews Amazon Prime Video’s latest big geeky property, Fallout, is making waves with positive reviews from critics and fans alike. The show has broken Amazon’s streak of disappointing adaptations, such as The Wheel of Time and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. Critics are praising Fallout for its action-packed scenes, comedy, and satire elements that are keeping viewers on the edge of their seats. The action sequences in the show are reported to be thrilling, extreme, and darkly funny, with violence that is over the top and cartoonish, reminiscent of…

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The NFL has announced the list of players who will be attending the upcoming draft in Detroit, with a total of 13 players set to be present. Among the notable names on the list are quarterbacks Caleb Williams, Jayden Daniels, and Drake Maye. However, some key players such as Bo Nix, Michael Penix, and Michigan’s J.J. McCarthy will not be in attendance, with the reasons for their absence remaining unclear. The list of confirmed attendees also includes Terrion Arnold, Marvin Harrison Jr., JC Latham, Laiatu Latu, Quinyon Mitchell, Malik Nabers, Rome Odunze, Darius Robinson, Brian Thomas Jr., and Dallas Turner.…

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At least seven people were killed and 11 others were injured when Russian rockets struck residential buildings in Kharkiv, Ukraine, in what President Zelensky has called “Russian terror” against the city. The attack has raised concerns about the need for stronger air defense in the region, especially as American military support to Ukraine has come to a halt. The halt in military aid has put pressure on Ukraine’s air defenses, with future aid from the US remaining uncertain due to Republican resistance in Congress. Speaker Mike Johnson has hinted at possibly bringing the issue of military aid for Ukraine to…

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk has fired back at news agency Reuters, accusing them of spreading false information about the company’s plans to produce a budget-friendly starter car. This comes after Reuters reported that Tesla had abandoned its initiative to launch an inexpensive car for the masses, known as the Model 2, which was expected to have a price tag of $25,000. The report from Reuters cited three unnamed sources and reviewed internal Tesla documents confirming the project’s demise. Musk took to social media to call out Reuters, labeling their report as a lie. However, he did not specify any inaccuracies…

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Americans are gearing up for a historic celestial event set to take place on April 8, 2024. The total solar eclipse, dubbed “Eclipse Across America,” will bring darkness to parts of North America for a short period, marking a rare occurrence that won’t happen again for decades. While the next total solar eclipse in the U.S. won’t be until August 2044, the one in 2024 is already causing a buzz. The event is expected to be the largest mass travel event in the country that year, with an estimated four million people planning to travel to witness it. To accommodate…

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A new study conducted by researchers at a leading university has revealed a concerning link between excessive social media use and poor mental health. The study, which involved over 1,000 participants, found that individuals who spent more than two hours a day on social media platforms reported higher levels of anxiety, depression, and loneliness. The researchers believe that the constant comparison to others on social media, as well as the pressure to present a perfect image online, may be contributing to these negative mental health outcomes. In contrast, the study also found that those who limited their social media use…

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NASA has announced a groundbreaking initiative to explore the lunar south polar region using self-driving vehicles. The space agency will be renting vehicles from three companies – Intuitive Machines, Lunar Outpost, and Venturi Astrolab – to transport astronauts around the moon’s surface. These vehicles will not only be used to transport astronauts during their mission, but they will also have the ability to operate as robotic explorers once the astronauts return to Earth. This self-driving capability will allow the vehicles to meet the next astronaut mission at a different location on the moon. NASA officials believe that the mobility of…

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a warning about a sharp increase in life-threatening invasive bacterial infections across the country. The outbreak has raised concerns among health officials about the spread of the deadly infection. In Finland, a suspect is in custody after multiple children were shot at a primary school, causing panic and outrage in the community. The incident has sparked a debate about gun control and school safety measures in the country. The founder of a left-wing “propaganda” network has been quietly visiting the White House, raising questions about their influence in political circles.…

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In a bold and devastating move, Israeli warplanes targeted the Iranian consulate in Damascus, resulting in the deaths of at least seven individuals, including senior Iranian commanders. The attack has sparked outrage and promises of retaliation from Iran. Iran has vowed revenge and promised a harsh response to what its leaders are calling a blatant violation of diplomatic norms and international treaties. Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, even went so far as to accuse Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of losing his mental balance due to recent failures in Gaza. The strike specifically targeted key figures in Iran’s military…

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