Explosive Device Thrown at Mesa Resident’s Front Door Caught on Camera

Mesa, Arizona – A shocking incident unfolded in Mesa, Arizona, when surveillance footage captured a man approaching a residence, lighting an object on fire, and throwing it at the front door. The video shows the explosive device detonating upon impact, causing a significant explosion. The incident, which occurred in broad daylight, has left residents in … Read more

Explosive Device Kills Iraqi Sunni Fighter and Injures Six Others in Khan Beni Saad

Khan Beni Saad, located approximately 50 kilometers north of Baghdad, was rocked by a tragic incident involving an explosive device. The blast occurred at a checkpoint, resulting in the death of an Iraqi Sunni fighter and leaving six others injured, as reported by security officials on Sunday. The Iraqi Security Media Cell confirmed that two … Read more

Iraqi Soldier Killed in Explosive Device Attack in Diyala-Salahuddin Border Area

Baghdad, Iraq: Tragedy struck on Wednesday when an explosive device detonated on a military vehicle, resulting in the death of one Iraqi soldier and leaving two others wounded. The incident occurred in an area between the Diyala and Salahuddin governorates in eastern Iraq, according to reports from two security sources. The attack highlights the ongoing … Read more

Device Deemed Non-Explosive After Connecticut State Police Bomb Squad Investigation

MERIDEN, Conn. – Authorities in Meriden, Connecticut responded to reports of a “storm drain explosion” on Tuesday night. The town’s police department conducted an investigation and determined that the area was safe, as a suspicious item found was not deemed to be explosive. Police were alerted to the incident just after 6 p.m. and promptly … Read more

HeartMate Device Recall Raises Concerns Over Patient Safety and Transparency in Medical Device Industry

LAKE CHARLES, Louisiana – After the FDA’s announcement of a recall on heart devices linked to injuries and deaths, concerns are rising about the safety of mechanical heart pumps like the HeartMate 2 and HeartMate 3. The HeartMate 3, touted as the safest of its kind, has been associated with over 4,500 reports potentially linking … Read more

Explosive Fun: 18-Year-Olds Charged After Detonating Device in Henderson Church

Las Vegas, Nevada – An 18-year-old suspect faces multiple felony charges after detonating an explosive inside a Henderson church. The suspect, along with his twin brother, is accused of possessing and using explosives to damage property. Police investigation revealed a previous unreported incident on February 24 where the suspects allegedly disabled power in the church … Read more

Explosive Device Discovered and Detonated on Meriden Sidewalk, Police Investigating

Meriden, Connecticut – Police in Central Connecticut are currently investigating a potential explosive device discovered and subsequently detonated on a bustling Meriden sidewalk on Friday morning. The incident prompted authorities to issue a warning, urging locals to steer clear of the area near Hanover Street and Randolph Avenue around 9:30 a.m. The Meriden Police Department … Read more

Medical Device Recall: Potential Death Risk for Patients with OmniLab Advanced and Other Devices recalled by Health Canada

Toronto, Canada – Health Canada has issued recalls for several medical devices, raising concerns about potential risks to patients. One of the devices in question is the OmniLab Advanced, primarily used for individuals with sleep apnea, a condition characterized by interrupted breathing during sleep. The agency warns that the device’s ventilator may experience internal errors, … Read more

Explosive Device Kills Seven Soldiers in Chad, Blamed on Boko Haram Extremists

N’DJAMENA, Chad – Chad’s government confirmed the deaths of seven soldiers after an explosive device detonated during a patrol in the country’s western region near Lake Chad. Interim President Mahamat Deby Itno announced the tragic incident on social media, attributing the attack to suspected Boko Haram extremists from neighboring Nigeria. Boko Haram, an extremist group … Read more

FDA Sends Warning Letter to iRhythm over Zio AT Telemetry Device Violations

San Francisco, California – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently issued a warning letter to iRhythm Technologies over violations related to its Zio AT mobile cardiac telemetry device. The letter, published on the FDA’s website, outlined various concerns, including the company’s failure to report patient deaths and other violations within the required timeframe. … Read more