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EU celebrates opening of Greece-Bulgaria pipeline

SOFIA, Bulgaria: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Union's executive arm, was present in Sofia, ...


Mobile networks could go out this winter in Europe, says experts

LONDON, England: This winter, energy shortages could mean that mobile phones could lose signals in Europe due to power cuts ...


Italy ramps up surveillance of underwater cables media

The move comes in response to sabotage on the Nord Stream pipelines, an official told ReutersThe Italian government has strengthened ...


U.S. scholar says Nord Stream leaks "need honest investigation"

© Provided by Xinhua "It makes Europe more dependent on the United States. It deprives Russia of a bargaining tool ...


Activist Shuib Lone at UNHRC highlights issue of cross-border terrorism in Kashmir

Geneva [Switzerland], October 4 (ANI): Activist Shuib Lone has highlighted the issue of cross-border terrorism in Kashmir, at a United ...


Top US security official makes surprise trip to Türkiye

The trip came just one day after the country's president had promised to uphold a ?principled position? on NATO expansionUS ...


Nations to boycott congress over Russian participation media

Poland and Estonia will withdraw from the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Congress, according to reportsPoland and Estonia will not attend ...


UN Fiscal Policies of Advanced Economies Risk Global Recession

geneva - U.N. economists warn the monetary and fiscal policies of advanced economies risk plunging the world into a recession ...


Top US security official makes surprise trip to Turkey

The trip came just one day after the country's president had promised to uphold a 'principled position' on NATO expansionUS ...


Pro-Putin grandmaster outlines stance on mobilization

Sergey Karjakin says he is prepared to serve if called uponRussian grandmaster Sergey Karjakin has vowed not to "hide behind ...


Organizer claims nobody will let Russians compete at Euro showpiece

Marcin Nowak said it is 'not possible' to host athletes from Russia and Belarus at the event next yearThe president ...


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US charges Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska for violating sanctions

WASHINGTON D.C.: U.S. prosecutors have announced the filing of criminal charges against Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska for violating sanctions imposed ...

US to purchase $1.1 billion in arms for Ukraine

WASHINGTON D.C.: Pentagon officials have announced that an arms package has been approved for Ukraine worth $1.1 billion, which includes ...

Lego closes stores in Russia, being reopened under name World of Cubes

MOSCOW, Russia: After Danish toy maker Lego exited Russia due to Moscow's February invasion of Ukraine, 65 of its stores ...

Switzerland loosens water regulations to increase hydropower capacity

GENEVA, Switzerland: In an effort to ease power shortages this winter, the Swiss government said it will temporarily loosen water ...

Czech begins detaining migrants at 27 Slovak border crossings

PRAGUE, Czech Republic: Czech police detained a van carrying 15 illegal migrants on October 1, after renewing border checks following ...

German politicians agree on need for $194 billion energy shield

BERLIN, Germany: As Germany grapples with surging gas and electricity costs caused largely by a collapse in Russian gas supplies ...

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Australian stocks surge after RBA hikes rates less than expected

SYDNEY, NSW, Australia - Stocks in Asia moved sharply higher on Tuesday despite markets in Hong Kong and Shanghai being ...

US charges Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska for violating sanctions

WASHINGTON D.C.: U.S. prosecutors have announced the filing of criminal charges against Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska for violating sanctions imposed ...

Inflation causes steep fall in new orders at Ireland factories

DUBLIN, Ireland: As inflation caused prices for factory materials to rise, Ireland's factory output fell in September, causing an easing ...

U.S. stocks kick October off with major rally

NEW YORK, New York - A correction in bond yields saw a surge in stocks Monday. The 10-year U.S. treasury ...

Lego closes stores in Russia, being reopened under name World of Cubes

MOSCOW, Russia: After Danish toy maker Lego exited Russia due to Moscow's February invasion of Ukraine, 65 of its stores ...

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US to purchase $1.1 billion in arms for Ukraine

WASHINGTON D.C.: Pentagon officials have announced that an arms package has been approved for Ukraine worth $1.1 billion, which includes ...


Czech begins detaining migrants at 27 Slovak border crossings

PRAGUE, Czech Republic: Czech police detained a van carrying 15 illegal migrants on October 1, after renewing border checks following ...


US acts to reduce risks from space debris

WASHINGTON D.C.: The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted 4-0 last week to enforce new rules to address the issue of ...


Prosecutors to decide on charging actor Alec Baldwin in fatal shooting

ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico: New Mexico district attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies has said that actor Alec Baldwin and up to four others ...


US again returning money to victims of Bernie Madoff, 88% recovered

WASHINGTON D.C.: The U.S. Department of Justice has announced that after nearly 14 years, the victims of Bernard Madoff's Ponzi ...


After sanctions, Russia says will build own aircraft, not rely on west

MOSCOW, Russia: Russia's state-owned engineering firm Rostec has said that the country's aviation industry will continue operating without the West, ...


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