With hope of finding survivors fading, stretched rescue teams in Turkey and Syria searched Wednesday for signs of life in the rubble of thousands of buildings toppled by the world\u2019s deadliest earthquake in more than a decade ... Residents there have criticized the government's response, saying rescuers were slow to arrive ... .
Two minor earthquakes struck the occupied West Bank on Wednesday, without casualties or major damage. According to the Palestinian Seismology observatory, the main earthquake was south of Nablus, with a magnitude of 4.4 around midnight. Palestinians across the centre and north West Bank reported feeling a second earthquake about an hour later ... ....
The FBI and the law enforcement agencies of four U.S. allies are sounding the alarm about a dramatic increase in so-called "sextortion" schemes targeting minors on gaming apps and other digital platforms, saying it has become a global crisis ... The problem is happening around the world, they said ... More than a dozen victims committed suicide ... .
Freezing temperatures deepened the misery Thursday for survivors of a massive earthquake in Turkiye and Syria that killed at least 16,000 people, as rescuers raced to save countless people still trapped under rubble ... “My nephew, my sister-in-law and my sister-in-law’s sister are in the ruins ... “We can’t reach them ... It has been 48 hours now,” she said ... .
Summary. Companies. Old notes being swapped to curb cash in circulationNigerians say not enough new notes in banksFriday was deadline for old notes to be exchangedBut court suspends that pending challenge from statesIMF flags disruptions to trade and payments ... Some politicians have criticised the timing ahead of Feb ... Gallery. AfricacategoryFactbox ... 15.
PresidentBiden just delivered the first speech of the 2024 president campaign. His vigor and clarity very likely put to rest doubts about his age and sharpness. His State of the Union speech offered a pointed contrast to Republicans who want to run by rallying voters to fight the culture wars ...Bush in the fight against AIDS ... ... .
PresidentJoe Biden said in a new interview that the recently recovered Chinese spy balloon that traversed the continental US did not damage bilateral relations between the two countries ... “I made it real clear to Xi Jinping that we’re going to compete fully with China, but we’re not looking for conflict ... That date has not yet been set ... .
A high-ranking Chinese diplomat has called on the US to return the debris from the spy balloon shot down over the weekend, saying that failure to give back the parts would be more proof that the Americans have been “dishonest” in the conflict ... The device was shot down by a US fighter jet off the coast of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on Feb ... ....
North Korea held a nighttime military parade on Wednesday, commercial satellite imagery revealed, featuring what appeared to be its newest ballistic missile launchers ... The square also featured a large North Korean flag, the images show ... CNN’s Paul P.
An audit of surveillance equipment, conducted by the shadow cybersecurity minister, James Paterson, has confirmed that more than 900 products built by Chinese companies Hikvision and Dahua are installed at government locations ... “Where those particular cameras are found, they’re going to be removed,” Marles told ABC Radio on Thursday.
GAZIANTEP, Turkey (AP) — Thinly stretched rescue teams worked through the night in Turkey and Syria, pulling more bodies from the rubble of thousands of buildings toppled by a catastrophic earthquake. The death toll rose Wednesday to more than 9,500, making the quake the deadliest in more than a decade ... Our children are in bad shape ... ___ ... .