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Balloon recovery begins as US investigates what China’s leaders knew
WASHINGTON— The United States has started to recover some parts from the Chinese balloon that an American F-22 fighter jet shot down off the coast of South Carolina, as Biden administration officials said the U.S. was still trying to figure out how much senior leaders in Beijing knew about the
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One killed in shooting at Azerbaijan’s embassy in Iran
A man armed with a Kalashnikov-style rifle stormed the Azerbaijan Embassy in Iran’s capital Friday, killing the head of security at the diplomatic post and wounding two guards, authorities said. Tehran’s police chief, Gen. Hossein Rahimi, blamed the attack on “personal and family problems,” according to Iranian state television. However,
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Vucic: Serbia has received an Ultimatum from the West to Normalize Relations with Kosovo
Serbia has received an ultimatum from leading Western countries to normalize relations with Kosovo, said Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic. In an address broadcast on national television, Serbia‘s president, Aleksandar Vucic, said he had been presented with a proposal to resolve tensions with Kosovo. At a meeting last week, representatives of the European Union, the
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Zelenskyy thanks ‘ordinary Americans’ during defiant wartime visit to US
oject a “united defence” as Russia wages a “brutal assault on Ukraine’s right to exist as a nation”. Mr Zelenskyy, on his first known trip outside his country since Russia invaded in February, said he wanted to visit earlier and his visit now showed the “situation is under control, because
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Zelensky, in Washington, seeks major U.S. aid against Russia’s invasion
In first overseas trip since outbreak of war, Ukrainian president meets with Biden at White House for ‘series of negotiations to strengthen the resilience and defense capabilities of Ukraine’. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said after arriving in Washington on Wednesday he would hold talks with President Joe Biden to strengthen
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China bristles as UK minister arrives in Taiwan for trade talks
The two-day visit bears political significance as it’s the first trip by high-level British official since Prime Minister Rishi Sunak took office. China on Monday hit back at British Trade Policy Minister Greg Hands over his visit to Taiwan for talks with senior officials defying Beijing’s warnings not to have
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Israel, Lebanon sign US-brokered maritime border deal
The two neighbours have no official relations, but a maritime agreement opens up the possibility for exploitation of reserves in the gas-rich Mediterranean Sea. Israel and Lebanon have officially approved a historic United States-brokered agreement laying out their maritime boundary for the first time, which opens up the possibility for both countries
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War in Ukraine was ‘chosen by one man’, accuses Biden
The US president accused Russia of “shamelessly” violating the UN charter, considering that the conflict in Ukraine was “chosen by one man”. Before the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN), US President Joe Biden began by highlighting the “great revolutions” of the last year, including the “growing food crisis”,
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NATO criticizes ‘dangerous’ nuclear rhetoric and speaks of miscalculation
NATO Secretary General indicates that Putin’s mobilization announcement shows that the war is not going “in accordance” with the Russian leader’s plans. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg criticized, this Wednesday, the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, for using “dangerous and reckless” nuclear rhetoric and considered that the military mobilization announced
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Pope warns of ‘domino effect’ of conflicts
Pope Francis warned on Thursday of the “domino effect” of military conflicts on international relations as he closed an interfaith congress in Kazakhstan, at which spiritual leaders called for “dialogue” with world leaders. “Peace is urgent because any military conflict or focus of tension and confrontation today can only have
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Blinken marks 100 days of war in Ukraine by asking Putin to end the conflict
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken marked Russia’s 100-day war in Ukraine by asking Vladimir Putin to “immediately end the conflict”. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday marked Russia’s 100-day war in Ukraine by asking Russian President Vladimir Putin to “immediately cease the conflict, suffering and global unrest
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Biden and Bolsonaro to discuss risk of military coup in Brazil
US and Brazilian presidents meet at the Summit of the Americas (to be held from June 6 to 10) after the White House told Planalto that it will not accept a challenge to the results of the polls, in the October presidential elections in Brazil. The risk of Jair Bolsonaro
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