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28  mai     10h13
Zelenskiy: Biden missing Ukraine talks would be ’applause’ for Putin
   Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Tuesday that if U.S. President Joe Biden missed a peace summit organised by Kyiv in Switzerland next month, it would be like a standing ovation for Russian President Vladimir Putin.Ukraine hopes to host as many countries as possible in an attempt to unite...
    10h22
Vessel tilts off of Yemen’s coast after attack by missiles, Ambrey says
   A merchant vessel off the Yemeni coast took on water and tilted to one side after being targeted with three missiles, British security firm Ambrey said on Tuesday.The vessel issued a distress call stating it had sustained damage to the cargo hold and was taking on water approximately nautical...
    10h08
Ukrainian publisher mourns human toll of Russian attack
   Sergii Polituchyi arrived at his burning printing house before the firefighters, and the agony and destruction caused by the mid morning Russian missile attack is seared into his mind. That smell, that sight it is still in my head, in my heart, said the year old founder of the Faktor company,...
25  janvier     14h01
What is the two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict?
   The Gaza war has put renewed focus on a two state solution to the Israeli Palestinian conflict, still seen by many countries as the path to peace even though the negotiating process has been moribund for a decade.More than seven months into the deadliest Israeli Palestinian war yet, the U.S. has...
23  mai     13h29
Palestinian state: What does Spain, Norway and Ireland’s recognition mean?
   Spain, Ireland and Norway will officially recognise a Palestinian state on Tuesday, despite an angry reaction from Israel, which has found itself increasingly isolated after seven months of conflict in Gaza.The three countries have said they hope their decision will accelerate efforts towards...
28  mai     09h52
Papua New Guinea bridge collapses on landslide aid route
   A bridge has collapsed on the main route for getting aid and equipment to the site of a Papua New Guinea landslide that buried at least, people, a U.N. agency said on Tuesday, descibing unstable land conditions in areas of the rescue. So what has happened is that it the bridge collapse has...
27  mai     09h37
U.S. soldier held in Russia charged with threatening to kill girlfriend, media report says
   A U.S. military serviceman detained in Russia on suspicion of theft has also been charged with threatening to kill his girlfriend, Russian independent outlet Mediazona reported on Monday, citing the local prosecutor’s office.Prosecutors in Vladivostok in Russia’s Far East said they had approved an...
28  mai     09h39
Hong Kong police arrest six people under new national security law
   Hong Kong’s national security police arrested six people across the city on Tuesday under a newly enacted National Security Law known as Article for alleged incitement with intent , according to a statement.A woman in prison was one of the people arrested, the police said. Local media...
27  mai     07h31
Myanmar’s Rohingya in the crosshairs as fighting escalates in Rakhine
   This May story has been corrected to reflect the amended UN press note to say that, Rohingya, not , , have fled to an area along the Naf river, in paragraphs and Myanmar’s Muslim minority Rohingya community is once again under threat of attacks and displacement as fighting between...
28  mai     03h28
Papua New Guinea orders evacuations after landslide, thousands feared buried
   The Papua New Guinea government ordered thousands of residents to evacuate from the path of a still active landslide on Tuesday, after parts of a mountain collapsed, burying at least, people according to the government’s estimates.Officials said the odds of finding survivors were slim, even as...
    08h16
Tanks reach Rafah’s centre as Israel presses assault
   Israeli tanks reached the centre of Rafah for the first time on Tuesday, witnesses said, three weeks into a ground operation in the southern Gaza city that has sparked global condemnation.The tanks were spotted near Al Awda mosque, a central Rafah landmark, the witnesses told Reuters. The Israeli...
    00h10
North Korea says it tried new fuel in satellite launch that ended in fiery explosion
   North Korea’s latest satellite launch exploded in a fireball before dropping into the Yellow Sea just minutes after lifting off, but analysts say the attempt showcased new strides in the nuclear armed country’s race for space.North Korea said its latest attempt to launch a military reconnaissance...
    09h09
UAE president visits South Korea with defence and energy on agenda
   United Arab Emirates President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan arrived in South Korea on Tuesday, where his plane was met by an honorary escort of four fighter jets before he landed for his first state visit to Asia’s fourth biggest economy.Defence industry cooperation, business and investment,...
    09h03
Greek authority fines interior ministry over voters’ emails leak
   Greece’s data protection authority has fined the interior ministry , euros , for leaking the email addresses of thousands of expatriate voters in June .The authority said late on Monday it had launched the investigation in March following dozens of complaints by voters who had...
    08h25
Iran’s parliament re-elects ex-Guards commander Qalibaf as speaker ahead of presidential vote
   Iranian lawmakers re elected former Revolutionary Guards commander Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf on Tuesday as the speaker of parliament, state television reported, ending speculation that he might stand as a candidate for president next month.State TV said lawmakers, out of , voted for Qalibaf,...
    08h51
Britain’s Cameron says IDF must launch swift probe into Rafah air strikes
   British foreign minister David Cameron said on Tuesday an investigation by the Israeli Defence Forces IDF into the Rafah air strikes must be swift, comprehensive and transparent , again calling for a pause in fighting. Deeply distressing scenes following the air strikes in Rafah this weekend....
    08h47
Swiss lawmakers back tougher action against spies, Russia targeted
   Switzerland’s upper house of parliament has backed a motion to toughen measures to expel spies, taking particular aim at Russian intelligence agents as Bern prepares to host a major summit aimed at paving the way for peace in Ukraine.Voting in favour and nine against late on Monday, upper house...
    05h10
Spain, Ireland, Norway set to recognise Palestinian statehood
   Spain, Ireland and Norway will officially recognise a Palestinian state on Tuesday, despite an angry reaction from Israel, which has found itself increasingly isolated after seven months of conflict in Gaza.By joining more than of the member states of the United Nations that recognise a...
    08h34
Influx of Syrians pushes German naturalisations to record level
   Germany granted citizenship to a record number of people last year, due largely to a jump in the number of Syrians who qualified for a passport after fleeing their country around a decade ago, the Federal Statistics Office said on Tuesday.Overall, some , foreigners were naturalised last year,...
    08h28
UNRWA says around 1 million people have fled Rafah in past 3 weeks
   Around one million people have fled the Gazan city of Rafah in the past three weeks, the United Nations Palestinian refugee agency UNRWA said on Tuesday.The small city on the southern edge of the Gaza Strip had been sheltering more than a million Palestinians who fled Israeli assaults on other...
    08h07
Ukraine PM to meet some EU leaders in Prague for military aid talks
   Ukraine’s Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal will meet a group of European Union leaders in Prague on Tuesday to discuss military aid to Kyiv for its fight against Russia’s invasion, Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala said.Speaking ahead of the meeting later in the day, Fiala reiterated that the first...
27  mai     21h23
Russia captures two settlements in Ukraine, defence ministry says
   Russian forces captured two villages in Ukraine, the defence ministry said on Monday.The settlements were Ivanivka in the Kharkiv region and Netailove in Donetsk.The Ukrainian military’s General Staff said in a report late on Sunday its forces had repelled an attack near Ivanivka, east of the town...
28  mai     07h07
Thailand targets tourism boost with longer stays for visitors, students, ’digital nomads’
   Thailand’s government said on Tuesday it had approved longer visa stay periods for tourists, postgraduate students and remote workers, and better visa conditions for retirees, in a move to boost its crucial tourism sector as its economy stutters.Starting in June, Thailand will allow travelers from...
    07h49
Ukraine’s Zelenskiy and Belgium PM sign security pact
   Ukraine and Belgium on Tuesday struck a bilateral security agreement including the delivery of F fighter jets, signed during a Brussels meeting between Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo. The document includes at least million euros in...
27  mai     12h22
Mexico’s Sheinbaum may be no puppet but her mentor looms large
   At the height of the COVID pandemic, Mexico City’s then Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum made a point of always donning a face mask and firmly recommending others also do so as the virus devastated Mexico.By contrast, her political patron President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador refused to wear a mask, even...
    15h00
Israeli-Turkish trade on life support as relations hit bottom
   Israeli Turkish trade has weathered many bilateral diplomatic storms over the decades and stayed on course, reaching billions of dollars a year, but Israelis fear it may not survive the latest rift over the war in Gaza.Turkey this month halted all bilateral trade with Israel until the war ends and...
22  novembre     02h53
North Korea’s space launch program and long-range missile projects
   North Korea said its attempt to launch a new military reconnaissance satellite ended in failure on Monday when a newly developed rocket engine exploded in flight.Pyongyang successfully placed its first spy satellite in orbit in November, after two failed attempts last year. The U.S. and its allies...
28  mai     06h25
Poland should not rule out sending troops to Ukraine, says foreign minister
   Poland should not rule out sending troops to Ukraine, Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski said in comments published on Tuesday, as Kyiv struggles to repel Russian advances, but Sikorski did not specify what role Polish troops would play.While Ukraine’s NATO allies have vowed to supply the war torn...
27  mai     19h24
Pope used vulgar Italian word to refer to LGBT people, Italian newspapers report
   Pope Francis used a highly derogatory term towards the LGBT community as he reiterated in a closed door meeting with Italian bishops that gay people should not be allowed to become priests, Italian media reported on Monday.La Repubblica and Corriere della Sera, Italy’s largest circulation dailies,...
28  mai     01h59
No-confidence vote looms for Papua New Guinea leader Marape
   Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape is likely to face a no confidence motion in parliament after the opposition party nominated Rainbo Paita, who defected from Marape’s cabinet days earlier, as alternate prime minister.Paita, the finance minister, was among several ministers to defect in a...