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  • Queen's 'Beloved' Pony Watched On As Her Coffin Was Brought To Windsor Castle

    Queen's 'Beloved' Pony Watched On As Her Coffin Was Brought To Windsor Castle

    Queen's 'beloved' pony watched on as her coffin was brought to Windsor Castle. According to The Independent, the miniature horse known as Emma traveled 25 miles (40.2 km) from Westminster Abbey to Windsor Castle. When did this happen? This happened on September 19, 2022.

  • 4 Million People Urge To Evacuate As One Of The Strongest Typhoons Ever Recorded Hits Japan

    4 Million People Urge To Evacuate As One Of The Strongest Typhoons Ever Recorded Hits Japan

    Typhoon Nanmadol has brought winds of at least 180 km/h (112 mph), and throughout the course of Sunday and Monday, certain places may get 500 mm (20 inches) of precipitation. 4 million people urged to evacuate as one of the strongest typhoons ever recorded in Japan. When did this happen?

  • Thai Red Cross Recommends People To Not Sell Their Kidneys For Iphone 14s

    Thai Red Cross Recommends People To Not Sell Their Kidneys For Iphone 14s

    A Thai doctor has spoken out against a meme that says three men with bloody bandages on their stomachs sold their kidneys to buy the new Apple iPhone 14. That doctor from the Thai Red Cross recommends people to not sell their kidneys for iPhone 14s. When did this happen? This happened on September 15, 2022.

  • Why Should You Be Concerned About Graham's Abortion Bill?

    Why Should You Be Concerned About Graham's Abortion Bill?

    Senate Republican leaders don't want voters to think about the abortion bill introduced by Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Tuesday. The bill would make it illegal to have an abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy everywhere in the United States, with a few exceptions for rape, incest, and situations where the mother's life is in danger. But, why should you be concerned about Graham's abortion bill?

  • Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Arrives At Buckingham Palace

    Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Arrives At Buckingham Palace

    The 96-year-old monarch passed away last week in her home country, Scotland, and Queen Elizabeth's coffin arrives at Buckingham Palace in London. The military C-17 Globemaster carrying the monarch's coffin left Edinburgh on Tuesday and landed at RAF Northolt, an air force base west of the city, about an hour later. When did this happen? This happened on September 13, 2022.

  • Ireland Fines Instagram 405 Million Euro For Not Able To Protect Children’s Data

    Ireland Fines Instagram 405 Million Euro For Not Able To Protect Children’s Data

    Ireland fines Instagram 405 million Euro for not being able to protect children’s data and breaking the EU's General Data Protection Regulation. The Data Protection Commission's sanction came after a two-year inquiry into the social media site owned by Meta. When did this happen? This happened on September 6, 2022.

  • Royal Couple Earned $1.3 Billion In Just One Day

    Royal Couple Earned $1.3 Billion In Just One Day

    The royal couple earned $1.3 billion in just one day. Before the news broke on Thursday, William had been receiving money from the Crown Estate, Sovereign Grants, and the inheritance that he had received from his late mother, Princess Diana. It was estimated that he had a net worth of approximately $40 million (or £34 million), which is not insignificant at all.

  • British Queen Elizabeth II Has Died

    British Queen Elizabeth II Has Died

    British Queen Elizabeth II has died peacefully at her residence in Scotland at the age of 96. She was the longest-ruling monarch in British history. For seven decades, she was the leader of the country and a towering figure on the world stage.

  • Apple Company To Appeal Brazil Sales Ban Of IPhone Without Charger

    Apple Company To Appeal Brazil Sales Ban Of IPhone Without Charger

    According to the Brazilian authorities, the sale of the iPhone without a charger does not guarantee environmental precautions. So, Apple company to appeal Brazil sales ban of iPhone without charger. This was in response to claims that the company sells people broken products.

  • Ukrainian Hackers Created Fake Women Profiles To Trick Russian Soldiers

    Ukrainian Hackers Created Fake Women Profiles To Trick Russian Soldiers

    The Financial Times says that Ukrainian hackers created fake women profiles to trick Russian soldiers into sending them pictures, which they then found and sent to the Ukrainian military. Nikita Knysh, a 30-year-old IT expert from Kharkiv, told the Financial Times that he intended to utilize his hacking abilities to support his country when Russia's invasion started in February of this year. He enlisted additional hackers and started an organization known as Hackyourmom, which currently has 30 hackers from all over the nation, he told the Financial Times.

  • Liz Truss Set To Become UK’s Next Prime Minister Amid Increasing Energy Prices

    Liz Truss Set To Become UK’s Next Prime Minister Amid Increasing Energy Prices

    The country's foreign secretary, Liz Truss set to become UK’s next prime minister, putting her in line to succeed David Cameron as prime minister. Only the 180,000 people who pay dues to the Conservative Party were allowed to vote in the leadership race. This led to the nomination of Truss, which was made public in London on Monday.

  • Islamic State Spreads Terror Through NFTs

    Islamic State Spreads Terror Through NFTs

    A former senior U.S. intelligence official has revealed that the Islamic State spreads terror through nfts, or non-fungible tokens. They reported that the first nonfungible token was a digital card praising Islamist militants for an attack on a Taliban position in Afghanistan. A non-fungible token is a blockchain record that is linked to a specific digital or physical asset.

  • 'Extraordinary Attorney Woo' Leads Protest At Japanese Embassy Against Dolphin Kill

    'Extraordinary Attorney Woo' Leads Protest At Japanese Embassy Against Dolphin Kill

    Popular Korean drama, 'Extraordinary Attorney Woo' leads protest at Japanese embassy against dolphin kill. When did this happen? This happened on September 1, 2022.

  • Toddler Dies After Being Struck By Huge Hailstone In Spain

    Toddler Dies After Being Struck By Huge Hailstone In Spain

    On Wednesday, authorities said that a 20-month-old toddler dies after being struck by huge hailstone in Spain that caused a lot of damage in Catalonia, which is in northeastern Spain. When did this happen? This happened on August 31, 2022.

  • Some Of The Super-Awkward Moments From The VMAs 2022

    Some Of The Super-Awkward Moments From The VMAs 2022

    The VMAs this year was unquestionably memorable, but not without a few embarrassing situations. Some of the super-awkward moments from the VMAs 2022 are as follows. When did this happen? This happened in August 2022.

  • Olympic Swimmer Slams Vulgar Comments On Racy Medal Photo

    Olympic Swimmer Slams Vulgar Comments On Racy Medal Photo

    A synchronized Olympic swimmer slams vulgar comments on racy medal photo of her well-deserved accomplishments. When did this happen? This happened in August 2022. This month, Italian Olympian Linda Cerruti, 28, won six silver medals and two bronze medals at the European Aquatics Championships in Rome.

  • Netflix’s John McAfee Documentary Looks Like A Mixed Bag

    Netflix’s John McAfee Documentary Looks Like A Mixed Bag

    According to some critics, Netflix’s John McAfee documentary looks like a mixed bag as it was released last week. When did this happen? This happened on August 28, 2022. And even though people anticipated some rather weird revelations, it appears that viewers are still processing what they saw.

  • Ichiro Suzuki Inducted Into Mariners Hall Of Fame

    Ichiro Suzuki Inducted Into Mariners Hall Of Fame

    A former MLB star from Japan named Ichiro Suzuki inducted into Mariners Hall of Fame. When did this happen? It happened on August 27, 2022. On Saturday, an induction ceremony was performed at the team's Seattle home stadiu and Ichiro Suzuki inducted into Mariners Hall of Fame.