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Australian Leader Vows Military Support on Ukraine Tour

On Saturday, Anthony Albanese, the Prime Minister of Australia, vowed military aid to Kyiv, including armored drones and vehicles. Albanese was on his official tour to meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in the Ukrainian capital. At a press conference...

NATO Summit Concluded with Strong Gesture Against China, Russia

Yesterday, NATO leaders ended their three-day summit in Madrid with the Western security alliance bolstering its defense against Moscow's aggression against Ukraine, warning of international challenges posed by China, and encouraging neutral nations Sweden and Finland into the group....

Turkey Backs Sweden and Finland’s NATO Bid

Turkey, a member of NATO, agreed to back Finland’s and Sweden’s membership in the alliance. Initially, it opposed the bids of Nordic nations to join. So, Turkey lifted its veto over their request as the three countries agreed to...

Governor Announces to Withdraw Ukrainian Troops from Sievierodonetsk

According to a Ukrainian military leader, the Ukrainian forces are leaving Sievierodonetsk, which has been under intense Russian attack for months, in either direction. As a result of an overwhelmingly positive vote in the European Parliament on Thursday, embattled...

Macron to Meet Opponents as he Left Majority

Today, Emmanuel Macron, the President of France, will meet his political rival parties after he and his allies lost their majority in the National Assembly. So, the president is under pressure to secure support from opponents to fulfill the...

Putin Criticizes West as Ukraine Close to Join EU

Russian President Vladimir Putin chastised the West for imposing sanctions on Moscow but played down the EU's decision to grant Ukraine candidate status for EU membership. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky applauded the European Commission's recommendation to give Ukraine candidate...

South Carolina Rejected Tom Rice After Defying Trump

Two GOP House representatives in South Carolina who drew the anger of former Republican President Donald Trump now face challenging primary challenges yesterday from candidates he has endorsed. Representative Tom Rice and Nancy Mace slammed then-president Trump after the...

US President Faced Anger and Fire During New Mexico Visit

Joe Biden, the President of the United States, will visit New Mexico today to discuss his government’s efforts to address wildfires as residents smolder with anger over how the federal government allowed planned burns to spread uncontrolled, leading to...

Senate Negotiators Asked for Patience on Gun Violence Deal

On Tuesday, U.S. Senators set to days of further negotiations on a response to a recent wave of country-wide mass shootings, receding from previous demands for quick action even as they expressed optimism that a long-elusive gun-control deal to...

Democrats Ask US Treasury Secretary to Support $2T IMF Funds for COVID Pandemic Abroad

On Tuesday, four groups of powerful Democratic legislators urged Janet Yellen, the United States Secretary of the Treasury, to support the issuance of 2T dollars in extra emergency reserves by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to assist impoverished nations...

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