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House Republicans initiated their first impeachment inquiry hearing Thursday allegeding US President Joe Biden was financially benefiting from business dealings with his son, Hunter Biden, even though their expert witnesses conceded that the Republicans do not yet possess the evidence to support their claimed allegations. more
ChatGPT can even browse internet now, Open AI announces several major updates

Open AI's ChatGPT has been an interesting tool ever since it was launched last year and now the company announced it can browse the web and integrate up-to-date information into its r ...

US: Heavy rains, water logging paralyse New York

Heavy overnight rains have disrupted and partially paralysed US financial capital New York.

Australia: One dies, another hurt after whale hits boat off Sydney

One person died and another hospitalised after their boat, which was hit by a whale, capsized in waters off Australia's Sydney city, police said.

Karabakh emergency escalates, thousands still pouring into Armenia: UN agencies

Over 88,000 refugees from the Karabakh region have fled to Armenia in less than a week and humanitarian needs are surging, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Friday.

Netherlands: Three, including a 14-year-old girl, killed in Rotterdam shooting, gunman arrested

Dutch police have arrested a gunman for allegedly killing three people, including a 14-year-old girl and her mother, in twin shooting incidents in Rotterdam city.

Google celebrates its 25th birthday today

Mountain View(California): Search engine Google is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a special doodle.

North Korea to 'expel' detained US soldier Travis King who crossed the border

North Korea has decided to expel US soldier Travis King who was detained after "illegally intruding" into the country by running across the inter-Korean border in July, media re ...

European Buddhist Union asks Chinese govt not to interfere in Tibetan Buddhist Affairs

European Buddhist Union (EBU) has directed the Chinese government not to interfere in Tibetan Buddhist affairs.

General debate concludes, reaffirming primacy of the United Nations

The General Assembly’s annual debate concluded on Tuesday, with global leaders stating that while the United Nations faces institutional challenges, it remains the paramount platfor ...