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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Staring at civil war: How bad is the situation in Afghanistan?

What began as a mission to dismantle Al-Qaeda's training camps in Afghanistan evolved over the years into a full-scale war against their Taliban hosts, triggering an insurgency that the US…

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'I won't be going to his funeral': Richard Branson's wife expresses nervousness about his spaceflight

Even though Branson's wife may be nervous about the launch but he himself is not the least bit afraid for this weekend's mission on Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo Unity

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'Champagne is French': Ministers denounce Russia 'sparkling wine' law

French champagne producers are fiercely jealous of the Appellation of Controlled Origin (AOC) that is supposed to give Russia exclusive use of the word in countries that adhere to the Lisbon…

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Monster in uniform: UK cop admits to killing Sarah Everard who was just walking home in the night

Wayne Couzens, 48, who served in the Metropolitan Police's elite diplomatic protection unit, had already admitted to the charges of rape and kidnap of Sarah Everard

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World UFO Day 2021: All you need to know about extraterrestrial origin

Public fascination with UFOs generally dates to 1947, when pilot Kenneth Arnold, of a small airplane, reported seeing nine 'saucer-like' objects flying at supersonic speed near Mount Rainier in…

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Social Media Day: History, significance and all you need to know

Social media is a worldwide network that serves as a medium to connect and communicate at not only national but global level too

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As Microsoft announces new Windows OS, let us take a look at previous versions of Windows

Microsoft built its empire on software such as Windows and Office, licensed to computer makers or sold in packages for installation on machines in homes or workplaces

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Why are insurance companies not ready to price risk of losing Jeff Bezos in space?

There is a nearly $500 million market to insure satellites, rockets and unmanned space flight, but no legal requirement for an operator such as Blue Origin, which Bezos founded, to insure…

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In focus: Big Tech firms facing antitrust investigations across world

The decisions made by tech giants are largely unaccountable, opaque, and result in sweeping consequences. The dominant platforms effectively serve as private regulators. Here is a look at what…

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Newly released emails show Trump pressured DOJ to overturn election results

The House of Representatives Oversight and Reform Committee, which obtained the records as part of an investigation, outlined a series of overtures made by the Republican former president, then-…

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Why nationalism push in Quebec is posing as election challenge for Canada PM Trudeau?

Quebec, a political battleground that accounts for almost a quarter of the 338 seats in the federal House of Commons, has a history of separatist governments, one of which held a 1995 referendum…

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Here's how you can get Twitter's blue check mark after verification freeze

The social media company paused public submissions for these badges in 2017 amid criticism that its verification program was arbitrary and confusing

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Here is why Elon Musk decried bitcoin's 'insane' energy use after Tesla payment U-turn

Obtaining bitcoin is an energy-intensive endeavour, and the chart showed the evolution of its power usage, rising constantly from 2016 and accelerating sharply in 2020 on an annualized basis to…

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'Talkative' dinosaur? Mexican paleontologists make unique discovery

The tail of the animal, called Tlatolophus galorum, was discovered first, in the General Cepeda area of the northern state of Coahuila in 2013

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Elon Musk's SpaceX signs deal with Google Cloud for satellite broadband

Under the partnership, SpaceX will place its Starlink ground stations within Google data center properties, which can help the service support businesses requiring cloud-based applications

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