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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 ...

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 ...

European Commission demands Ireland stop using peat to heat homes

DUBLIN, Ireland: The European Commission has given Ireland two months to respond to another 'reasoned opinion' on the cutting of ...

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 ...

After Roger Waters urges end to support for Ukraine, concert canceled

KRAKOW, Poland: Organizers said an April Roger Waters concert planned in Krakow, Poland, has been canceled due to Waters' support ...

New Ireland budget includes pre-Christmas 400 euro fuel payments

DUBLIN, Ireland: As the government revealed details of the new budget, it was disclosed that many more people will be ...

World Team TT C'ships: Indian men's team unbeaten run comes to end following loss to France, round of 16 chances take hit

Chengdu [China], October 4 (ANI): Indian men's table tennis team's three-match unbeaten run came to end after a defeat to ...

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 ...

Pakistan's textile factories shut down due to shortage of cotton

Islamabad [Pakistan], October 4 (ANI): The already fragile Pakistan economy, hit hard by the devastating floods, now faces the shutdown ...

Foreign Influence Campaigns Ramp Up to Target US Voters

Washington - U.S. voting systems appear to be safe and secure ahead of next month's midterm elections, according to senior ...

Tigers edge Mariners for third straight win

Javier Baez hit a two-run homer and Bryan Garcia, recalled from the minor leagues earlier in the day, put together ...

Russian rapper commits suicide after being drafted to Ukraine War

New Delhi [India], October 4 (ANI): A 27-year-old Russian rapper has died by suicide in order to avoid being conscripted ...

U.S. Fed's aggressive rate hikes add pressure on European economy

© Provided by Xinhua "Basically we are back to the famous quote by U.S. Treasury Secretary John Connally from the ...

MAD Lions, DFM stay alive, reach Worlds Play-In finals

MAD Lions and DetonatioN FocusMe survived the elimination round Monday and advanced to the Round 2 finals of the League ...

Elon Musk slammed by Ukrainian officials over tweets on Russia

Washington [US], October 4 (ANI): Tesla CEO Elon Musk drew backlash from Ukrainian officials, including Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for ...

WTA roundup: Victoria Azarenka bows out early in Ostrava

Russia's Ekaterina Alexandrova outlasted Victoria Azarenka of Belarus 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 on Monday in the first round of the AGEL ...

China's neighbor claims aircraft intrusions media

South Korean military officials have reported that Chinese planes violated Seoul's air defense zone dozens of times last yearChinese aircraft ...

Albania Denies Police System Was Attacked by Iranian Hackers

Tirana, Albania - Albanian authorities Monday denied the country's police system was hacked after local media reported that data on ...

Turks brace for more hardships as inflation soars

© Provided by Xinhua With the annual inflation in Türkiye reaching 83.45 percent in September, and consumer prices rising by ...

Iran's Supreme Leader Breaks Silence on Protests, Blames US

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei responded publicly on Monday to the biggest protests in ...

Russia faces Fourth European NATO Reich Zyuganov

The Communist Party leader has compared the US-led alliance to Nazi GermanyRussia is currently involved in a confrontation with the ...

Nvidia to completely leave Russia Forbes

The company is also reportedly offering to relocate its Russian employees to other countriesUS-based multinational tech giant Nvidia is set ...

Zelensky reacts to Musk's proposal

The Ukrainian president rallied his followers against ?the Elon Musk who supports Russia.?Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky responded on Monday to ...

US professor offers Nord Stream theory

Bloomberg hosts scrambled to stop Jeffrey Sachs as he laid blame for the pipeline explosionEconomist Jeffrey Sachs speculated on Monday ...

Russian Court Sets Brittney Griner Appeal Date for October 25

MOSCOW - A Russian court on Monday set October 25 as the date for American basketball star Brittney Griner's appeal ...

Indian envoy to France Jawed Ashraf attends Paris InfraWeek

Paris [France], October 4 (ANI): Indian Ambassador to France Jawed Ashraf attended the Paris InfraWeek inaugural, where he highlighted New ...

Former Pentagon advisor points to Nord Stream suspects

The US or UK likely sabotaged the pipelines to block Germany from quitting the Ukraine crisis, an ex-colonel has claimedWashington ...

Mini-budget: lessons from the UK's long history of economic crises

It was a mini-budget with a major impact. Shortly after the UK chancellor announced his plans for a "new era" ...

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 ...

Russia has clear policy on use of nuclear weapons Kremlin

Spokesman was responding to a weekend call from the head of ChechnyaEmotions should play no role when discussing the use ...

EU asylum system has failed Austria

The country has seen a near 200% increase in applications this yearAustrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer declared on Monday that the ...

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 ...

Time for EU to sanction Türkiye top German MP

The bloc should ?very seriously consider? penalizing Ankara as it ?regularly undermines? EU and NATO interests, Jurgen Trittin saysThe EU ...

Women's number one fires volley at tennis chiefs

Iga Swiatek will not play for Poland in the prestigious Billie Jean King Cup as she criticized the world tennis ...

Ukrainian counter attacks on Kherson have failed top official

The situation in the region is ?under control,? according to deputy head Kirill StremousovAttempts by Ukrainian forces to break through ...

EU split on Russian oil price cap escalates Politico

Despite opposition from multiple members, the bloc wants to press ahead with the controversial stepThe European Union will reportedly not ...

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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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