US military contractor jailed for stealing government assets worth over $150,000 in Afghanistan

WASHINGTON: An American military contractor has been imprisoned for stealing assets worth over $150,000 on a military installation in Afghanistan. According to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Varita V. Quincy, 35, who hailed from Georgia, confessed to stealing property including generators, a truck, and other items worth over $150,000 from a military installation with the help of

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India’s ‘oxygen man’ sold his car, gold to save lives amid Covid-19 crisis

NEW DELHI – As India’s second wave of coronavirus is pushing its healthcare system to the brink where many died on streets amid the dire shortage of oxygen, a man from the Indian state of Maharashtra sold his car and personal gold to provide live-saving gas amid the crippling situation. Not all heroes wear capes, and Shaikh is among those

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Two Pakistani Diplomats caught Stealing on Camera in South Korea

SEOUL: Two members of the Pakistan’s embassy staff in South Korean capital have caused embarrassment to the country after they were reportedly caught shoplifting in the Yongsan district. In its report on Monday, The Korea Times suggested that the Pakistani diplomats allegedly stole chocolates and a hat worth 11,000 won (USD 10) and 1,900 won (USD 1.70) respectively. The matter

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Suez Canal turns 162: Know the History of one of the world’s most important waterways

CAIRO: On April 25, 1859, the ground was broken for the Egypt’s Suez Canal which later became one of the world’s most strategically and commercially important waterways. April 25 2021 marks the 162nd anniversary of the endeavor – which was sparked by a need to create a short route that would allow ships to avoid having to navigate all the

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