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‘State problem’: Spain’s then-king ‘injected with FEMALE HORMONES’ by secret service to tame his rampant libido, ex-cop claims

The sex drive of Spain’s former king, Juan Carlos, was so high it was considered a state problem, a police chief has revealed, claiming the Spanish secret service had to inject the monarch with female hormones to try and tame it.

Alibaba's Jack Ma Spotted In Spain In Rare Trip Abroad After China Scrutiny: Report

The Chinese billionaire has largely been out of public view since he publicly criticised China's regulatory system in a speech last year.

Apple Launches Powerful New Macbook Pros And New AirPods

The new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips give a ton of power to new 14- and 16-inch laptops.

What California’s Recall Election Says About America

Gavin Newsom’s struggles could spell trouble for Democrats everywhere.

"Can't Afford To Fail": EU Diplomacy Chief "Ready" To Meet Iran On Nuclear Deal

On Iran nuclear deal talks, European Union's diplomatic chief Josep Borrell said, "I'm ready, I'm ready to do that."

Estonia’s New Anti-Money Laundering Chief Wants to Revoke All Crypto Licenses

The head of the Estonian Financial Intelligence Unit wants to start crypto regulation in the country anew.

Bill Clinton's Health "On The Mend" After Hospitalisation With Non-Covid Infection

Former US President Bill Clinton was responding well at the UCI Medical Center in Irvine, south of Los Angeles, according to doctors.

Canada's Justin Trudeau To Visit Community Where Children's Graves Were Found

It will be Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's first on-site visit to the British Columbia community.

Vatican enjoys diplomatic immunity, European human rights court says, dismissing alleged child-abuse victims

The Vatican enjoys sovereign immunity that protects it from sexual-abuse lawsuits in local courts, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled, after a case was put forward by 24 people who claim to be victims.

Environmental activists take Brazilian president Bolsonaro to ICC over ‘crimes against humanity’ for destruction of Amazon

Environmental campaigners have launched an official complaint at the International Criminal Court (ICC), accusing Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro, of “crimes against humanity” for his alleged role in Amazon deforestation.

At Least 2 Dead After Small Plane Crashes Into Residential Area In US: Report

Fox 5 San Diego reported the plane was a twin-engine Cessna 340, a six-seat aircraft that had departed from Yuma, Arizona an hour earlier.

Russia, France, Germany May Meet On Ukraine: Kremlin

According to the Kremlin, it would take place within the framework of the "Normandy Four" -- which usually brings together officials from Moscow and Kiev under the mediation of Paris and Berlin.

Nobel Economics Prize: What Are "Natural Experiments?"

Nobel Economics Prize: The work of David Card, Joshua Angrist and Guido Imbens, who were awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics on Monday, is based on "natural experiments", an innovative method of empirical research developed in the 1990s.

New Superman Comes Out As Bisexual In DC's Latest Comic

The new Superman comic, titled "Son of Kal-El", will hit the shelves on November 9.

China tells Australia to ‘drop Cold War mentality and ideological prejudice’ after ex-PM Abbott visits Taiwan, pledging support

Beijing has registered “solemn representations” with Canberra after former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott visited Taiwan, implying that Australia would support the island against Beijing, which considers it part of China.

Chinese army practices beach landing amid mounting tensions with Taiwan (VIDEO)

Amid the escalating war of words between Beijing and Taipei, the Chinese military posted a video of its troops practicing beach landings and building beachheads, in “recent” drills conducted right across the straits from Taiwan.

The 2021 Nobels: An Almost 100 Percent Male Affair

While four women won Nobel prizes in 2020 -- close to the 2009 record of five -- the awards remain male-dominated as much of the prizewinning work dates back 20, 30 or even 40 years when fewer women reached the top levels of academic research.

In A Rocky Israeli Crater, Scientists Simulate Life On Mars

Here, in the Ramon Crater in the desert of southern Israel, a team of six - five men and one woman - have begun simulating what it will be like to live for about a month on the red planet.

Nobel Economics Prize Goes To "Natural Experiments" Pioneers

Unlike in medicine or other sciences, economists cannot conduct rigidly controlled clinical trials. Instead, natural experiments use real-life situations to study impacts on the world, an approach that has spread to other social sciences.

"They Just Talk": Prince Charles Echoes Greta Thunberg On Climate

Prince Charles says he understands young people's despair and why groups such as Extinction Rebellion took to the streets to carry out disruptive protests.