>> 2020 Beirut explosions
> Several explosions in the port of Beirut, Lebanon, kill more than 70 people, injure more than 2,500 others and send shock waves that damage homes as far as 10 kilometers (6 miles) away. Prime Minister Hassan Diab, whose wife and daughter are among the injured, declares Wednesday a national day of mourning. The explosion was felt in a few nearby countries.

  • > Israel hits Beirut with nuclear missile, Trump and Lebanese Govt. confirm (New infrared images from 2 cameras)

  • :(

  • >>67
    Are you sad because of the deaths?

  • 2020 really has some heavy shit happening. Riots, giant explosions, pandemic, natural disasters and more. Feels like the world has building up tension over the years and it's about to be released all at once.

  • >>69
    That's exactly how I feel, which makes me think there is more to come.

  • ># 750 Million Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes To Be Released In Florida Keys Despite Objections Over 'Jurassic Park Experiment'
    > Named OX5034, the mosquito has been genetically altered to produce only female offspring which die in the larval stage, before they can hatch and start biting things. Only female mosquitoes suck blood, which they require to mature their eggs. Males feed on nectar and are not carriers for disease.

  • >Mikhail Gorbachev has died (

  • >>1366
    And I'm the Queen of Scotland.

  • Russian Reserves are being called up by Putin. Russian males aged 18-50 are leaving in droves...

  • How the US is trying to maintain dominance of the advanced semiconductor industry and limit China's ability to develop its own

    The US has long dominated the advanced semiconductor industry and is going to great lengths, and expense, to stop China from catching up.

    The tiny computing components are essential for almost anything that runs on power these days — from home appliances to consumer technology like smart phones, computers and cars, through to defence systems, satellites, AI systems and weapons of war.

    On top of pumping billions of dollars in subsidies and other incentives into its industry, the US has sought to build alliances with South Korea, Japan, the Netherlands and Taiwan to boost production.

    It has also taken steps to drastically restrict China's ability to access the critical technology, also known as microchips.

    But experts warn the latest suite of US moves in the so-called "chip wars" could also backfire, and push China's industry to develop its own advanced semiconductors.


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