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US$145,000 seized from vessel off St. Thomas, USVI

The US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency says its Air and Marine Operations agents seized 145,000 US dollars from a vessel operated by three American citizens near St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands. Officials report that during a maritime patrol, a St. Thomas-based marine crew located a vessel with three men traversing around Read More

North Korea’s claim of hydrogen bomb test draws global ire

North Korea announced Wednesday it had a perfect success of its first hydrogen bomb test, which is generally more powerful than a nuclear bomb. Nations across the globe are condemning the act, the United Nations says it will immediately put new sanctions against North Korea. The UN security council called North Korea’s action a clear Read More

Obama rolls out executive orders to combat US gun violence

US President Barack Obama has taken a fierce stance on gun control, in an effort to curb the number of mass shootings, suicides and killings. Despite opposition from Congress, he introduced a series of executive steps to reduce gun violence. Speaking from the East room of the White House, President Obama introduced expanding the background Read More

Saudi allies cut ties with Iran after dispute between both countries

A number of allies of Saudi Arabia have joined diplomatic action against Iran, after an attack on the Saudi embassy in Tehran over the execution of a Shia Muslim cleric. Bahrain and Sudan have both severed ties with Iran, and the UAE has downgraded its diplomatic team. On Sunday, Saudi Arabia cut its diplomatic ties Read More

Volkswagen sued by US Justice Department over emissions scandal

The US Justice Department is suing German car maker Volkswagen over the emissions test scandal. The car giant admitted that they fitted 11 million vehicles, globally, with a so-called cheat device, to pass emission tests. Now, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) filed a lawsuit alleging nearly 600 thousand diesel engine vehicles had illegal defeat Read More

France extends state of emergency to overseas territories after Paris attacks

France’s Minister of Overseas Territories George Pau-Langevin says the state of emergency declared by President François Hollande following the terrorist attacks in Paris has been extended to the Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, Mayotte, Réunion, St. Martin and St. Barthélemy. Hollande declared the state of emergency last weekend after the ISIS terrorist group Read More


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