First Line News Articles for Thursday, October 21 2021
A bus explosion in Syria’s capital city of Damascus left 14 people dead and many others wounded.
President Joe Biden’s nominee for ambassador to China appeared to change his tone about the war of words between China and the United States on the coronavirus after he repeatedly criticized both sides for a “blame game” last year.
A subvariant of the delta mutation previously seen in the United Kingdom has been found in the U.S. and Israel, health officials said.
Eight Nigerians have been charged with conspiring to engage in internet scams and money laundering from Cape Town, South Africa, the U.S. Department of Justice Said on Wednesday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday approved a government proposal for a week-long workplace shutdown at the start of November to combat a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases and deaths.
The Taliban have promised relatives of suicide bombers who attacked U.S. and Afghan soldiers land and cash reward, The Associated Press reports.