Iran began feeding gas to cascades of new, advanced centrifuges and unveiled dozens of "achievements" to mark its national nuclear technology day in an effort to show its nuclear programme is peaceful. read more
In a major victory for online retailing behemoth Amazon, workers in an Amazon fulfillment centre in Bessemer, Alabama have voted against forming a union. According to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), 1,798 votes were cast opposing unionising, and 738 ballots were cast in favour.
Tiger Woods was driving at nearly twice the posted speed limit of 45 mph when he hit a sharp curve and crashed on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in February, the Los Angeles County sheriff said Wednesday in a long-awaited report on the accident that left the golf legend seriously injured. read more
A Chinese carrier group is exercising near Taiwan and such drills will become regular, China's navy said late on Monday in a further escalation of tensions near the island that Beijing claims as its sovereign territory. read more
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday everyone in England will be able to take a COVID-19 test twice a week in a new drive to track the pandemic as society reopens and the vaccine rollout continues at its rapid rate. read more