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Image: AVSE Global's 13th Anniversary Commemoration Ceremony

AVSE Global's 13th Anniversary Commemoration Ceremony

The commemorative ceremony was attended by representatives from domestic agencies, ministries and branches, university presidents, representatives from corporations, experts, influential Vietnamese, media and press agencies, and members and associates of AVSE Global worldwide.

Image: Baba Vanga Predictions for 2024 Come Under Scrutiny as Events Unfold

Baba Vanga Predictions for 2024 Come Under Scrutiny as Events Unfold

The late Bulgarian mystic and alleged clairvoyant Baba Vanga, known for her predictions that have come true decades after being made, reportedly foresaw five significant events for the year 2024. As the new year gets underway, experts and observers are taking a closer look at Vanga's prophecies to

Image: British-Vietnamese cave expedition discovers 22 new caves in Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park, Vietnam

British-Vietnamese cave expedition discovers 22 new caves in Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park, Vietnam

A British-Vietnamese cave expedition team has discovered 22 new caves in Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park and surrounding forests in Quang Binh province, Vietnam.

Image: Hundreds of Millions Vanish from Bank Accounts in Hanoi

Hundreds of Millions Vanish from Bank Accounts in Hanoi

Customers of the Vietnam Maritime Bank's Thanh Xuan branch in Hanoi were shocked earlier this year to discover that over 338 billion dong (approximately 15 million USD) had disappeared from their savings accounts overnight. The incident has attracted significant public attention and raised

Image: New Strategies to Manage Waste and Reduce Rats in New York City

New Strategies to Manage Waste and Reduce Rats in New York City

Large container bins are becoming a common sight for residents in many parts of New York City as the city implements new strategies for waste collection and management. The approach aims to address longstanding issues around litter and rat infestation problems in the most populous US city.

Image: Total Solar Eclipse Began in Texas, Traversed the US Midwest and New England

Total Solar Eclipse Began in Texas, Traversed the US Midwest and New England

A once-in-a-lifetime astronomical event occurred on August 21st as a total solar eclipse swept across the contiguous United States. Millions of Americans gazed at the sky as the Moon passed between the Earth and the Sun, casting its shadow across fourteen states from Oregon to South Carolina.

Image: Education Secretary Miguel Cardona Touts New Student Debt Relief Plan

Education Secretary Miguel Cardona Touts New Student Debt Relief Plan

U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona touted the Biden administration's new student debt relief plan today, saying it will provide relief to millions of Americans struggling with student loan debt.

Image: Medieval Massacre at Visby in 1361

Medieval Massacre at Visby in 1361

I visited the National History Museum in Stockholm where they had an exhibition on the Battle of Gotland in 1361. This confused me at first because I wasn't familiar with the Battle of Gotland, but then realized it was referring to the famous Battle of Visby.

Image: Largest earthquake in 20 years shakes New York City

Largest earthquake in 20 years shakes New York City

A magnitude 4.8 earthquake shook the New York City metropolitan area, startling residents who expressed confusion over this rare event.

Image: Alleged victims of Michael Jackson launch new legal battle to try and unseal nude photos of late singer

Alleged victims of Michael Jackson launch new legal battle to try and unseal nude photos of late singer

Wade Robson, 41, and James Safechuck, 46, who claim they were repeatedly raped by the pop superstar as children in the 1980s and 90s both at his Neverland ranch and other locations, have previously sued Jackson's production companies, beginning a new effort last year.

Image: Lauren Boebert Asked to Stop Photographing Trump After Getting Drunk at NYC Event

Lauren Boebert Asked to Stop Photographing Trump After Getting Drunk at NYC Event

Representative Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., was cut off from drinking at a December fundraising event led by former President Donald Trump, according to CNN.

Image: First Human Recipient of Neuralink Brain Implant Speaks Out About Safety Concerns

First Human Recipient of Neuralink Brain Implant Speaks Out About Safety Concerns

The first human recipient of Elon Musk's Neuralink brain chip implant has spoken out about his decision to undergo the procedure and initial positive results, while acknowledging lingering concerns over the company's animal testing practices during development. Noland Arbaugh, who has been