The Latest: Bombs Kill at Least 3 in Eastern Afghanistan

Witnesses say a series of three explosions that targeted Taliban vehicles in the capital of Afghanistan’s eastern Nangarhar province has left at least three dead and 20 wounded, No one immediately took responsibility for the attack Saturday in Jalalabad, but the increasingly violent Islamic State group affiliate is headquartered in eastern Afghanistan and are enemies… Continue reading The Latest: Bombs Kill at Least 3 in Eastern Afghanistan

Cryptocurrency Prices Today: Bitcoin, Ethereum prices fall in the last 24 hours

In cryptographic forms of money, Bitcoin costs today slipped imperceptibly to exchange beneath $48,000 level. The world’s biggest crypto by market capitalization was drifting around $47,950. In August, Bitcoin rose more than 18%, though it is up more than 65% this year, while ether saw a bigger month to month increment of 35.7% in the… Continue reading Cryptocurrency Prices Today: Bitcoin, Ethereum prices fall in the last 24 hours

Biden and UK to help Australia acquire nuclear-powered submarines in new pushback on China

President Joe Biden on Wednesday disclosed another work to assist Australia with gaining atomic fueled submarines, a significant stage toward countering China as he attempts to construct worldwide sponsorship for his way to deal with Beijing. The declaration came as a feature of another three-dimensional organization among the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom… Continue reading Biden and UK to help Australia acquire nuclear-powered submarines in new pushback on China

Fantasy Waiver Wire: FAAB Report for Week 2 pickups, free agents

The opening week of the NFL season is always a firm reminder that we know nothing. Per a tweet Sunday night from Adam Schefter, eight underdogs won outright, with five of them coming on the road. We saw some underwhelming performances such as Brandon Aiyuk putting up as many fantasy football points as my wiener… Continue reading Fantasy Waiver Wire: FAAB Report for Week 2 pickups, free agents

First Pakistan International Airlines trip since unfamiliar troop withdrawal lands in Kabul.

A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) traveler plane from Islamabad landed in Kabul on Monday morning, as per a carrier representative. This denotes the main trip to land in Afghanistan from adjoining Pakistan since the tumultuous last withdrawal of US troops last month. PIA representative Abdullah Khan said in an explanation that the assistance was a… Continue reading First Pakistan International Airlines trip since unfamiliar troop withdrawal lands in Kabul.

Bitcoin Price Today Drops Below $45,000, Cardano, Binance Tank; Top Cryptocurrency Rates

Bitcoin prices experienced a flash crash last week as El Salvador’s rollout of the digital asset as legal tender appeared to be hit by technical difficulties In cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin prices today were trading with minor gains as the most popular digital token surged over 1% to $45,381. The world’s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization has… Continue reading Bitcoin Price Today Drops Below $45,000, Cardano, Binance Tank; Top Cryptocurrency Rates

The Latest: Elders Leader Tells UN Council to Protect Rights

Former Irish president Mary Robinson, who heads the group of prominent former leaders founded by Nelson Mandela, called on China and Russia especially to tell the Taliban that participation of women in Afghan society and the education of girls are “non-negotiable and must be respected.”. By The Associated Press UNITED NATIONS — Former Irish president… Continue reading The Latest: Elders Leader Tells UN Council to Protect Rights

Ex-FBI official says law enforcement needs to take upcoming right-wing rally in DC ‘very seriously’

Previous FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe said Monday evening that law authorization needs to take the forthcoming traditional meeting on the side of imprisoned January 6 agitators “truly” as concerns mount about more expected savagery on Capitol Hill. “I figure they should approach it exceptionally in a serious way. Indeed, they should treat it more… Continue reading Ex-FBI official says law enforcement needs to take upcoming right-wing rally in DC ‘very seriously’

Panjshir Valley, last resistance holdout in Afghanistan, falls to the Taliban

The Taliban on Monday seized Panjshir province, a restive mountain region that was the final holdout of resistance forces in the country, cementing its total control over Afghanistan a week after U.S. forces departed the country. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said in a statement that the Islamist group had “completely conquered” the Panjshir Valley. “Our… Continue reading Panjshir Valley, last resistance holdout in Afghanistan, falls to the Taliban

New Zealand terrorist was released from prison two months before supermarket stabbing

The ISIS ally shot dead by New Zealand police in the wake of wounding seven individuals in a store Friday had been delivered from jail in July, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Saturday. The 32-year-elderly person got a blade inside the store in the Auckland suburb of New Lynn and utilized it to wound customers… Continue reading New Zealand terrorist was released from prison two months before supermarket stabbing