Vyomica Berry

Vyomica Berry

Vyomica Berry

Vyomica Berry is a sub-editor at WION Digital. She is an avid reader and covers world news.

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Roscosmos unveils model of new space station after announcing departure from International Space Station

Rushing to reduce its dependency on Western nations, Russia is forging ahead on its own or cooperating with countries like China and Iran

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Iran nuclear deal: What are major issues bedevilling talks on its revival?

Calling on the United States to show flexibility to resolve three remaining issues, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian responded to the European Union's 'final' draft text to save…

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Triplets and twins among 15 children killed in electrical fire that swept through Egyptian church

Following an electrical short-circuit, a fire broke out on the first storey of Giza's Abu Sefein Church where children were attending classes

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Phone numbers of 1,900 users of encrypted messaging service Signal may have been revealed in phishing attack

Signal said in a blog post that the attacker could also have accessed the SMS verification code used to register with the company

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Australian PM Anthony Albanese accuses Morrison of 'tin-pot activity' for secretly holding ministry roles

By duplicating some portfolios Morrison made himself a co-minister without telling the cabinet members he had already appointed to those positions

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Scientists alter blood type of donor kidneys to increase supply of organs for transplant

Highlighting the implications of the breakthrough, researchers said it will especially be beneficial for minority groups as they find it harder to find a match

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UK's medicine regulator approves first bivalent COVID-19 booster vaccine

The 'bivalent' vaccine, made by Moderna, targets two coronavirus variants and targets the original virus strain from 2020 and the Omicron variant.

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Watch | Chaotic scene at Ikea in Shanghai, shoppers attempt to flee due to fear of Covid quarantine

After a customer had been in close contact with a positive Covid case, health officials were attempting to lock the Ikea store in the Xuhui district down

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Saudi Aramco unveils record profits amid soaring crude prices

Following the $39.5 billion profit for Q1, net income leapt 90 per cent year-on-year for the world's biggest oil producer

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Bolivians celebrate Saint Roch day, church honours patron saint of canines

Marching to protest against animal abuse, leashed dogs were dressed in costumes such as police officers or astronauts with jet packs

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Parents who tried to enter locked-down school tasered by Arizona police

According to authorities, the parents tried to get to their children to protect them and officers in the Phoenix suburb of El Mirage used a Taser stun gun to stop two of them

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PM Modi's 'Har Ghar Tiranga' campaign gets rousing reception from public, videos flood Twitter

Hailing the central government's decision to allow companies to spend their CSR (corporate social responsibility) funds for the campaign, flag manufacturers said PM Modi's 'Har Ghar Tiranga'…

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Hadi Matar's father refuses to speak after his son tried to murder Salman Rushdie

Hadi Matar, a 24-year-old who was born and raised in New Jersey is originally from Yaroun and has been identified as the prime suspect in the attack in New York state

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Watch | French freediver Arnaud Jerald breaks world record by using bi-fins

During the annual Vertical Blue competition in the Bahamas, Jerald took 3 minutes and 34 seconds to complete the dive

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China is publishing more scientific research papers annually than United States: Report

According to data compiled by the analytics firm Clarivate between 2018 and 2020, China now publishes the highest number of scientific research papers yearly

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