UKRAINE WAR NEWS- Florida's Ron DeSantis invited a visit after comments about a "territorial dispute."
Ukraine invited Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to visit after Republicans dismissed Russian aggression as a "territorial dispute." DeSantis, widely expected to run for his 2024 presidential election, made comments in response to questions about the Republican nominee. The former congressman said continued U.S. support for Ukraine does not count among the country's "vital national interests". This comment indicates that he is likely to scale back his aid if he becomes president. DeSantis also line
ISRAEL PROTEST- US Defense Secretary is in Israel amidst ongoing protests targeting Prime Minister Netanyahu
The US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin arrives in Israel amid protests against the government's judicial reform plans, with thousands calling for a “day of resistance to dictatorship” Austin, who is on a regional tour, landed at Ben Gurion Airport on Thursday where hundreds of protesters gathered. He was greeted on the tarmac by Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant and was scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. But the Pentagon secretary's visit came as Israeli protesters ste
UKRAINE WAR- Antony Blinken, the United States Secretary of State says China could supply weapons to Russia
China is considering giving Russia arms and ammunition for the Ukraine war, US Secretary of State Antony Brinken said.
UKRAINE WAR- Russian student arrested for publishing an Instagram story
College student Olesya Krivtsova missed many lessons. Because she is 20 years old Olesya is under house arrest. She has an electronic tag on her leg in which Police can monitor their every move. Olesya was arrested for her anti-war posts on social media that involved an explosion on a bridge connecting Crimea, which was annexed by Russia last October. "I posted an Instagram story about the bridge, reflecting on how Ukrainians were happy with what had happened," Olesya said (According to BBC)
Turkey Earthquake: A Girl was rescued from rubble after 178 hours in the block of flats
Miray was trapped in the block of flats for 178 hours or seven and a half days. The video showed her employees cheering and shouting "God is great" as she was lifted out of the darkness. Several people were rescued on Monday, including a 13-year-old boy who had been trapped for 182 hours, but rescues are becoming increasingly rare as the death toll surpasses 36,000 (According to CNN news). This is due to the time limit that the human body can survive without water. Other factors include breat
UKRAINE WAR- Moldova's Pro-EU President Accuses Russia of Using Foreign "Saboteurs" to Overthrow her pro-EU government
On Friday, Maia Sandu nominated Dorin Lethian, who is pro-EU like her predecessor, as the new prime minister. President Sandu said the "plot" included "protests by the so-called opposition" aimed at "overthrow the constitutional order". Russia's war in neighboring Ukraine has taken its toll on Moldova, one of Europe's poorest countries. Last week, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Kyiv intelligence had revealed a Russian plan to destroy Moldova. Sandwiched between Romania and Ukrai
TRAGIC- AKA, The South African Rapper Reported Shot Dead
One of South Africa's main rappers, popularly called AKA, has been shot outside a restaurant in the coastal metropolis of Durban. Keenan Forbes was murdered along with his best friend, chef, and entrepreneur Tebero "Tibz" Motsoan. The pair are believed to have been shot on their way to a nightclub to perform at Forbes' birthday party. The motive for the murder is under investigation. Police spokesman Colonel Robert Netziunda told the BBC that the rapper and his friend were approached at close r
TURKEY AND SYRIA EARTHQUAKE: Turkey and Syria Continue to Work to Find Survivors with reports of at least 21,719 people
Turkey's death toll rose to 18,342 as of Friday morning, when more than 21,000 people were killed and thousands injured in Turkey and Syria.
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 towns: Hulyaipole, which is located farther east, and Orikhiv, which is roughly 50 kilometers (30 miles) south of the Zaporizhzhia, the regional center under Ukrainian admini
Staff at Google are in a panic after long-tenured and newly promoted employees were let go
As the firm undertakes a huge round of layoffs, Google workers are searching for clarification from management and their peers. Google, which is owned by Alphabet, revealed on Friday that it was laying off 12,000 workers, or about 6% of its full-time staff. While staff members were prepared for a possible layoff, they are now challenging management about the layoff criteria that stunned several staff members, who woke up to discover their access to corporate properties barred. Some of the laid
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. "This is a risky government," said Yaara Ben Geraluf, a teacher from the western seaside district of Jaffa. According to her, "This government will not be any good for women,
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 "surrounding paperwork" and private handwritten notes, according to lawyer Bob Bauer. Both Mr. Biden and his wife were not present. The president had given "