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US Army Testing Secure Wi-Fi for the Battlefield
The Army recently announced that it field-tested Secure Wi-Fi technology “to help gain an operational edge” against potential adversaries.
Scientists: 'Meteor' That Fell on Indian Village is Frozen Human Waste
An icy mass that fell on a village in northern India Jan. 20 was likely a frozen clump of human waste expelled by a passing airplane.
Human Rights Watch Calls Out Duterte for Human Rights Abuses
Human Rights Watch released its world report on Jan. 18, saying Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has plunged the country into its worst human rights crisis since the dictatorship of Ferdinand...
WATCH: Man Slaps Muslim Woman Without Hijab
A viral video uploaded Jan. 5 shows a man slapping a Muslim woman at a bus stop in Penang, Malaysia, for not wearing a hijab.
Separatist Group Announces Plans to Overthrow Yemeni Government
A separatist group backed by the United Arab Emirates vowed on Jan. 21 to overthrow the internationally recognized government of Yemeni president Abed Rabbou Mansour Hadi.
Scholars Decipher One of Last Encrypted Dead Sea Scrolls
A new study published in the Journal of Biblical Literature describes the decoded writings of one of the final Dead Sea Scrolls to be deciphered.
2 US Soldiers Killed in Helicopter Crash in California
According to a statement from the Army, the AH-64 Apache crashed early Jan. 20 at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, California.
Texas School Shooting: Teenage Girl Hospitalized, Teenage Boy in Custody
Authorities say a 15-year-old girl was flown to the hospital and a 16-year-old boy was taken into custody following a Jan. 22 shooting at Italy High School, south of Dallas, Texas.
Avid Sushi Eater Pulls 5-Foot-6 Tapeworm From Own Body
A man recently went to an emergency room in California after he had bloody diarrhea and pulled a 5-foot 6-inch-long tapeworm from his body.
EU Imposes Sanctions Against 17 North Korean Nationals
On Jan. 22, the European Union announced new sanctions — including asset freezes and travel restrictions — against 17 North Korean nationals.
Alert Level for Mount Mayon Raised to 4
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) raised the alert level for Mount Mayon from 3 to 4 on Jan. 22 after it spewed a tower of ash.
Buckingham Palace Announce Princess Eugenie's Engagement
Buckingham Palace announced the engagement of Princess Eugenie, daughter of Prince Andrew, and Jack Brooksbank, Jan. 22.
Demonstrators Around the World March in Support of Women's Rights
More than a million demonstrators took to the streets Jan.20, to show their support for women's rights. This is the second year in a row people have turned out for the Women's March.
Turkey Captures Kurdish-held Villages in Syria
Turkish troops captured several villages in the Syrian district of Afrin on Jan. 22 in an attempt to clear Kurdish YPG fighters from the region.
George Weah Sworn in as Liberian President
Former football star George Weah was sworn in as Liberia's president on Jan. 22.
British Airways Boots Passenger Wearing All his Clothes
On Jan. 10 British Airways refused to allow passenger Ryan Carney Williams, who was wearing all his clothes to avoid paying an extra bag fee, to board a flight from Iceland to England.
Kabul Hotel Siege Kills at Least 18
Gunmen stormed a hotel in the Afghan capital Kabul, killing at least 18 people, most of them foreigners.
PHL Airport Dismisses Contractor After Luggage Theft Incident
The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) announced Jan. 19 it would no longer renew its contract with MIASCOR Groundhandling Corporation after a luggage theft incident.
Patriots and Eagles Face Off in Super Bowl 52
The NFL's New England Patriots will face the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl 52 on Feb. 4 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
'Jumani' Remains King of the Box Office Jungle
"Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" topped the North American and international box offices over the weekend of Jan. 21 for its third consecutive No. 1 finish.
US Senate Strikes Deal to End Government Shutdown
The U.S. Senate struck a deal that's expected to soon end a federal government shutdown that spilled into a third day on Jan. 22.
India: Firecracker Factory Blaze Kills 17
At least 17 people are dead after a blaze swept through an illegal firecracker factory in Delhi's Bawana industrial area on Jan. 20.
Damaged Navy Destroyer Arrives Back in US for Repairs
On Jan. 19, the Navy announced that the USS Fitzgerald had reached Mississippi, where it will spend the next two years receiving repairs.
1,000 More US Troops Could Be Heading to Afghanistan
On Jan. 21, the Washington Post reported that the Army is preparing a proposal that would send an additional 1000 U.S. troops to Afghanistan to boost its forces in the region and help in the...
Update Lets iPhone Users Disable Slowdowns
During an ABC News interview broadcasted on Jan. 17, Apple CEO Tim Cook said Apple's upcoming iOS update will allow users to disable battery-conserving slowdowns on their iPhones.
Doctors Deliver Baby During Air France Flight
A 27-year-old Cleveland Clinic urology resident and a pediatrician with an international humanitarian organization teamed up to deliver a baby during a Dec. 17 Air France flight from Paris...
NASA Removes Astronaut From Upcoming Space Station Mission
NASA said Jan. 18 that it pulled astronaut Jeanette Epps from an upcoming trip to the International Space Station but didn't explain why.
NASA: 2017 Second-Warmest Year on Record
New data presented Jan. 18 by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration list 2017 as one of the top-three warmest years on record.
Papua New Guinea Island Volcano Could Erupt Soon
Kadovar island, on the north coast of Papua New Guinea, hosts a 365-metre tall volcano and it was thought to be dormant until recently. It is now being evacuated.
Oil Spill in East China Sea Continues to Grow
The Chinese Transport Ministry said Jan. 19 that an oil spill from a sunken Iranian tanker in the East China Sea now stretches 200 square kilometers.
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