March 5 (Reuters) – A strain of bird flu has been detected
in a chicken breeder flock on a Tennessee farm contracted to
U.S. food giant Tyson Foods Inc, and the 73,500 birds
will be culled to stop the virus from entering the food system,
government and company officials said on Sunday.
Seoul: North Korea fires ballistic missiles into ocean
A man watches a TV news program showing photos published in North Korea's Rodong Sinmun newspaper of North Korea's "Pukguksong-2" missile launch and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at Seoul Railway Station in … more. Photo: Ahn Young-joon, …
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President Donald Trump’s allegation on Twitter that former President Barack Obama ordered wiretaps of his phones during the election caught senior federal law enforcement officials completely off-guard, sources close to the matter have told Fox News. Those sources said that the officials in question had no idea what Trump was talking about when the president made […]
Each year, environmental pollutants cost an estimated 1.7 million lives among children under 5, according to World Health Organization reports released Monday.
PM Modi said like people suffered from ‘motiabind’ (cataract), the SP and Congress suffered from ‘votebind’ as “they can’t see anything unless they see them in the context of votes.”
BERLIN, March 6 (Reuters) – Demand for travel to the United
States over the coming months has flattened out following a
positive start to the year, with uncertainty over a possible new
travel order likely deterring visitors, travel analysis company
ForwardKeys said on Monday.