China Pushes for More Samsung Investment Amid US-China Chip Tension

Chinese Premier Li Qiang welcomed Samsung's investment in China before a historic summit involving South Korea and Japan.


ASML, TSMC's 'Kill Switch' Can Disable Chip Machines if China Invades Taiwan

ASML and TSMC, leading chipmakers, have installed a "kill switch" feature to remotely disable advanced chipmaking machines in the event of a Chinese invasion of Taiwan...

Egypt Greenlights UN Aid Through Israel’s Crossing to Gaza; Rafah Conflict Raises Doubts

Egypt has agreed to send UN humanitarian aid trucks through Israel's main crossing into Gaza, but entry remains uncertain due to ongoing fierce fighting in Rafah, as efforts continue to revive cease-f..

Indian Businessman Hacks to Death Younger Brother, Sister-in-Law, and Baby Nephew Sleeping in Their Home

An Indian businessman is accused of brutally killing his younger brother, sister-in-law, and their three-month-old baby...


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Biden Administration Greenlights $1 Billion Weapons Sale to Israel
The Biden administration has informed key lawmakers of its intention to provide Israel with over $1 billion in extra arms and ammunition.
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