GLOBAL EVENTS HEADLINES of MAY 15, 2024
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By The Smartencyclopedia Staff & Agencies
  • Day of blockades in French prisons as inmate called ‘The Fly’ escapes in armed ambush
  • French president convenes top ministers to discuss spiraling violence in the territory of New Caledonia
  • Indonesia flood death toll rises to 67: disaster agency chief
  • US to send $1 billion more in weapons to Israel despite its voiced qualms about war in Gaza
  • Putin reiterates Russia’s readiness for peace negotiations with Ukraine
  • Russia makes key gains around Ukraine’s second city as Kyiv’s stretched army nears breaking point
  • Kim Jong Un inspects new missile system amid growing Russia military ties
  • Tusk’s opposition to the EU migration pact ‘is a setup,’ warns Polish MEP Dominik Tarczyński
  • Indian missions assisting in the repatriation of mortal remains of killed retired Col in Gaza
  • 45 Chinese aircraft detected around Taiwan
  • Poor Zayn Malik kept getting removed from Tinder because nobody believed it was him
  • Egypt’s duplicity, the world’s silence
  • Swiss police clear anti-Israel encampment at the University of Bern
  • Far-right coalition MK: ‘Not sure’ it is possible to bring back all Gaza hostages
  • Biden, Trump sweep Tuesday’s presidential primaries in Maryland, Nebraska, West Virginia
  • Sierra Leone: Solar Power Installations Are Saving Lives at Six Hospitals In Sierra Leone
  • Taliban flight to Russia reportedly delayed by Ukrainian drone attack in Tatarstan
  • Kazakh Embassy in Kyrgyzstan takes part in international charity event
  • Emirates begins operating with sustainable aviation fuel at London Heathrow Airport
  • Shohei Ohtani’s ex-interpreter goes to court ahead of plea deal
  • US and Chinese officials meet in Geneva to discuss the risks of artificial intelligence
  • Intense fighting in Jabalia camp and across the Gaza Strip kills scores
  • Gazprom’s Declining Fortunes Spell Trouble for Moscow
  • MENA in 2023: internet shutdowns soar amid unprecedented violence and war
  • Human trafficker ‘The Scorpion’ arrested in Iraqi Kurdistan
  • South Africa braces for what may be a milestone election
  • China’s sovereignty over Huangyan is indisputable: Foreign Ministry
  • Israeli settlers barbecue as Gaza burns
  • Romania: EPPO conducts searches in probe into €8 million fraud involving COVID-19 medical equipment
  • EU urges Georgia to withdraw ‘foreign agent’ bill
  • Russia calls media reports it is planning sabotage attacks in Europe ‘anti-Russian insinuations’
  • PM Orbán: We have enough warmongers in the EU parliament, don’t send more
  • 1 killed, 12 injured in Afghan Air Force helicopter crash
  • 20 more Palestinians arrested by Israeli forces in West Bank bringing arrests since Oct. 7 to 8,745
  • Global financial stability at risk due to cyber threats, IMF warns. Here’s what to know
  • Leidos to Deliver Sensor Management Services for US Army
  • N. Korea’s Kim Calls for ‘Epochal Change’ in War Preparations
  • Biden official: Report that US withheld intelligence on Hamas from Israel is ‘not true’
  • Russia says Blinken’s Kyiv visit sign of U.S. alarm over the frontline situation
  • Israel kills 15 terrorists in Hamas command center inside UNRWA school
  • The pluses and minuses of China’s agenda in Europe
  • South Lebanon War Leaves 11,000 Students Out of School
  • How Israel’s military investigates itself in cases of possible wrongdoing
  • Putin reiterates Russia’s readiness for peace negotiations with Ukraine
  • Here’s how to reduce Islamist terrorism worldwide and weaken the Iranian regime
  • New Taiwan president to set tone for ties with China at inauguration
  • Hunt for escaped French inmate ‘The Fly’ enters second day
  • Mohamed Amra: manhunt underway for escaped French prisoner ‘The Fly’
  • Over a fifth of excess deaths linked to heatwaves over past 30 years occurred in India: Study
  • Iran and IAEA not debating the possibility of sanctions relief – Iranian VP
  • Mom who hanged her two children while in emotional despair jailed
  • EU urges Israel to ‘end military operation in Rafah immediately’
  • Four Russian Journalists Recognized As Political Prisoners
  • A fire at a marina in Croatia destroys 22 boats, causing huge damage but no injuries
  • Stormy Daniels Wore Bulletproof Vest Due To Fear At Donald Trump’s Hush Money Trial
  • Polish PM Tusk pledges to strengthen Belarus border fortifications
  • Young South Koreans are increasingly drawn to Buddhism via social media-savvy influencers
  • Al Salam Bank acquires Kuwait Finance House Bahrain
  • US to send $1 billion more in weapons to Israel despite its voiced qualms about war in Gaza
  • Rust weapons supervisor appeals against fatal film set shooting conviction
  • Detained US museum curator exploited research permit in Turkey, official document reveals
  • One killed, 12 injured in Afghan Air Force helicopter crash
  • ‘Block Out’ movement spreads to Malaysia; Michelle Yeoh among celebs targeted for Gaza stance
  • Providing tents to refugees ‘not a good idea’, Tanaiste says
  • AIPAC-backed candidate wins Maryland Democratic primary
  • Laid-off H-1B workers can stay beyond 60 days in US, says USCIS
  • Pro-Palestine and pro-Israel demonstrators come face to face. Here’s why
  • Summer 2023 is the hottest in 2,000 years, the study of tree rings finds
  • Ukraine Withdraws Forces Amidst Russian Offensive in Kharkiv Region
  • A fire at a marina in Croatia destroys 22 boats, causing huge damage but no injuries
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