Quadriga Fintech Solutions was Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, but filed for bankruptcy in 2019 after the CEO and founder died. Up to C$250 million (US$190 million) in cryptocurrency owed to 115,000 customers was missing or could not be accessed because … Continue reading Quadriga: Gerry And The Missing Blockchains
Both Parties meet to talk about solutions to political differences In order to discuss the ongoing political crisis in Iraq, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al-Saud met with Iraqi Shia cleric Ammar Al-Hakim on Friday, according to Anadolu News … Continue reading Prince Mohammed bin Salman meets With Iraqi Cleric Anmar Al-Hakim
For the world’s top museums, nothing matters more than reputation and exclusivity. These venerable institutions rely on rare collections of precious objects to draw in the crowds and maintain their social relevance. But a simple question often goes unasked and … Continue reading ICIJ – How do Ancient Treasures Get to Museums?
US actors Ben Stiller and Sean Penn are no longer permitted to travel Russia after being added to the “stop list” by Kremlin officials. They join celebrities including former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, US President Joe Biden, and fellow … Continue reading Russia Bans Penn and Stiller over Ukrainian Support
Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union died following illness in his 91st Year on 30 August 2022. His death was announced to TASS, the state news agency, by The Central Clinical Hospital on the outskirts of … Continue reading Mikhail Gorbachev: The Man Who Changed the World
In a historic report on alleged mistreatment in the province of Xinjiang, the UN charged China with “serious human rights abuses.” According to the report by outgoing UN human rights commissioner Michelle Bachelet, researchers looking into allegations of abuse against … Continue reading UN Passes Long Awaited Report on Uyghur “Serious Human Rights Abuse”