North Korea tests underwater drone it claims can create a radioactive tsunami

Reuters reports during the drill, the new North Korean drone cruised underwater at a depth of 80 to 150 metres for over 59 hours and detonated in waters off its east coast on Thursday, North Korean state news agency KCNA said.

Dubbed 'Haeil', or tsunami, the drone system is intended to make sneak attacks in enemy waters and destroy naval striker groups and major operational ports by making a super-scale radioactive wave through an underwater explosion, the KCNA said.

First evidence jab can train immune system to fight against COVID-19

Moderna said neutralising antibodies were found in the first eight people who took part in their safety trials.

It also said the immune response was similar to that in people infected with the actual virus.

Larger trials to see whether the jab protects against infection are expected to start in July.

Work on a coronavirus vaccine has been taking place at unprecedented speed, with around 80 groups around the world working on them.

Moderna was the first to test an experimental vaccine, called mRNA-1273, in people.

Zika specimen tests to be duplicated and sent to medical labs

The Chief Executive Officer of the Ministry of Health Leausa Dr. Take Naseri says most of the reports surfaced since January this year are from New Zealand.