Minister falls victim to ‘moronic’ Covid prank

A positive Covid-19 test was logged under a senior Australian health official’s name Brad Hazzard, the health minister of Australia’s most populous state, New South Wales (NSW), said people are undermining pandemic response efforts...

Russia explains plans for missiles stationed near Poland

Moscow has stressed that it can do as it wishes on its own soil Russia will never consider discussing the withdrawal of missiles from its Kaliningrad region, a western exclave that borders Poland, Kremlin...

Amazon sued over tornado-hit warehouse deaths

The lawsuit accuses Amazon of making its employees work right up until disaster struck, killing six Amazon is being sued by the family of a delivery driver who was killed last month when one...

UK sends ‘defensive weapons’ to Ukraine

The British defence secretary said ‘light anti-armour’ munitions were sent to Kiev amid rising tensions with Moscow The United Kingdom has begun sending light arms to Ukraine, Britain’s top military official said, though he...

WhatsApp helps US govt spy on users, no questions asked

A search warrant from 2021 shows WhatsApp was ordered to track unidentified users for unknown reasons WhatsApp was ordered by a US government agency to spy on several foreign nationals, even though the agency...

Israel finds 4 Pfizer jabs ‘not good enough’ against Omicron

An Israeli study suggests that an additional booster failed to prevent a large number of infections A fourth dose of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine showed dwindling effectiveness against the Omicron variant, according to a trial...

NATO unveils ‘space policy’

US-led alliance explicitly said that space threats ‘could lead to the invocation of Article 5’ NATO considers space increasingly important to its mission and fears potential adversaries might seek to harm its orbital assets,...