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Swiss Baker’s Largest Wearable Cake Dress Creation Sets New Guinness World Record

Swiss Baker Natasha Fokas has set a new Guinness World Record for her largest wearable cake dress creation that weighed an extraordinary 131.15 kilogram.

Are Bats To Blame For The Coronavirus?

A study conducted by the Chinese Academy of Sciences showed that 96% of the coronavirus genome spreading around the world today was identical to another coronavirus found in bats.

France Heads For 2nd Virus Lockdown As Infections Soar

France is scheduled to enter a second coronavirus lockdown from Friday midnight until December 1.

NASA Confirms Water’s Presence On Moon’s Sunlit Surface

NASA confirms the presence of water on the sunlit surface of the moon, marking a historic discovery with potential implications for US plans to send a manned crew to Mars.

India: Doctors On Strike As Virus Cases Soar Past 7.9M

Senior doctors at government-run hospitals in India’s capital Delhi wore black ribbons on their arms on Monday to support their colleagues for non-payment of salaries since June.

Air Pollution Adds Over 6.67M Deaths To Toll In 2019

Is the world really healing? According to the report, the positive effects you noticed this quarantine are only temporary as, with restrictions lifted, emissions have risen quickly, erasing any gain in air quality.

Pope Francis Endorses Same-Sex Unions

The Pope voices out his views towards same sex marriage. Do you agree on his statements?

Singapore Reports Infection-Free Day

Singapore on Tuesday reports no new local infections of the novel coronavirus for the first time since March.

Trump Tests Negative For Coronavirus

US President Donald Trump has tested negative for the novel coronavirus on "consecutive days," White House physician Sean Conley announced.

COVID-19 Infects 28 Partying Soldiers In Japan

At least 28 out of 44 people were infected by the COVID-19 during a barbecue party held on September 26 in Saitama, Japan.