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Russia moves closer to two towns in the Zaporizhia region of Ukraine

According to Russian official media, Moscow's soldiers are moving closer to two towns in the southern Zaporizhia area of Ukraine, where combat has reportedly worsened this week after being static for many months. According to Vladimir Rogov, a Russian officer stationed in the area, offensive operations were centered on two

Israelis hold a massive protest against the Netanyahu court reform

An estimated 110,000 people crowded Tel Aviv's streets in one of the biggest anti-government protests the country has witnessed in the previous ten years. Protests broke out throughout the city center with banners calling for an end to the government coalition, which is the most religious-nationalist in Israel's history.

US files: The Biden home's seizure of six additional secret papers

According to Mr. Biden's lawyer, US Department of Justice (DoJ) investigators allegedly found six additional classified documents during a 13-hour search of the president's Delaware home. Papers from his tenure as a senator and as Barack Obama's president were discovered at the Wilmington residence on Friday. Additionally taken out were

Macron has proposed a significant increase in France's defense budget

To counteract contemporary dangers such as Russia's involvement in the conflict in Ukraine, French President Emmanuel Macron has outlined extensive plans to significantly strengthen the country's armed forces. According to what he claimed, the budget for the subsequent seven years, which would begin in 2024 and end in 2030, would

Germany refuses to give Ukraine tanks despite growing pressure

On Friday, Western troops agreed to extend their military assistance to Ukraine, although Germany resisted delivering more EU tanks despite repeated requests from Kyiv and other allies. After a meeting with several defense officials from around the world, including U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, at Germany's Ramstein Air Base,

What is going on in Peru after weeks of violent protests?

Thousands of protesters have gathered in Lima, the country's capital, to show their support for ousted president Pedro Castillo and demand the resignation of current president Dina Boluarte. The massive rallies on Thursday are meant to keep pressure on the government in addition to calling for the dissolution of parliament

A US court fines Donald Trump about $1 million for the Clinton lawsuit

Donald Trump and one of his attorneys have been sentenced by a US court to pay over $1 million (£809,190) in penalties for a lawsuit they filed against Hillary Clinton and others. The 2016 US presidential election was allegedly rigged by Mrs. Clinton and others by associating Mr. Trump's

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