EU Agrees On Using Profits From Russian Assets For Ukraine

Last Updated: May 08, 2024, 20:26 IST A representative from the prosecutor’s office shows parts of an unidentified missile, which Ukrainian authorities believe to be made in North Korea and was used in a strike in Kharkiv earlier this week. (Reuters) “The money will serve to support Ukraine’s recovery and military defence in the context … Read more

Another ‘Slap’ For Israel; After Spain, Norway ‘Ready To Recognise Palestine As State’ | Watch

Published on Apr 12, 2024 10:42 PM IST Amidst Israel’s war on Gaza, Spain is spearheading a pro-Palestinian movement in Europe. Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez held a meeting with Norway’s Jonas Gahr Store in Oslo. Sanchez, who has been championing the Palestinian cause, discussed the issue with Store. After the meeting, the Norwegian PM made … Read more

Ukraine updates: Macron seeks to revitalise European aid

French President Emmanuel Macron is set to host a conference in Paris to discuss Europe’s role in supporting Ukraine as it defends itself against the Russian invasion. At the meeting, which will be attended by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz among others, participants will have the opportunity to “reaffirm their unity as well as their determination … Read more

NATO Chief Warns Against Dividing the US and Europe or Undermining Their Joint Nuclear Deterrent

rance and the United Kingdom – a staunch U.S. ally that sees NATO as the world’s key security organization – are Europe’s only nuclear powers. (Image: News18 file) “I welcome that the European allies are investing more in defense, and NATO has called for that for many, many years,” NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg told reporters … Read more

Children Among 61 Migrants Feared Drowned Off Libya While Crossing Mediterranean Sea Un Agency Iom

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has said that 61 migrants, including children, are believed to have drowned in a shipwreck off the coast of Libya while they were trying to cross the Mediterranean seat to enter Europe, reported BBC. IOM, a United Nations agency, quoted survivors and stated the ship left the city of … Read more

Amazon Europe protests target warehouses and lockers on busy Black Friday

Workers and activists across Europe plan demonstrations against US e-commerce giant Amazon on Friday, aiming to disrupt its warehouses and prevent merchandise from reaching Amazon parcel lockers on one of the busiest shopping days of the year. On Black Friday, the day after the US Thanksgiving holiday, many retailers slash prices to boost sales. Originally … Read more

China’s Spending on Green Energy Is Causing a Global Glut

Listen to article (1 minute) China’s newest solar-energy manufacturers include a dairy farmer and a toy maker. The new entrants are examples of a green-energy spending binge in China that is fueling the country’s rapid build-out of renewable energy while also creating a glut of solar components that is rippling through the industry and stymying … Read more

Ordinary Russians Feel Wrath of Putin’s Repression

In a city in southern Siberia, security forces detained a man in October for reading antiwar poetry at a literary event. Authorities in Novosibirsk fined a woman 15,000 rubles around the same time for tearing down a poster exalting Russian soldiers fighting in Ukraine. In St. Petersburg, a man was briefly detained in September for holding a … Read more

Pope Francis Fires Conservative U.S. Bishop

Updated Nov. 11, 2023 1:26 pm ET ROME—Pope Francis removed Bishop Joseph Strickland, one of the pope’s most vocal critics in the U.S. hierarchy, the Vatican said Saturday. The Vatican said that the pope had “relieved [the bishop] of the pastoral governance of the Diocese of Tyler,” Texas, and appointed Bishop Joe Vázquez of Austin … Read more

Davide Renne, New Moschino Creative Director, Is Dead at 46

Davide Renne, the newly appointed creative director of Italian fashion house Moschino and longtime womenswear designer for Gucci, died on Friday. He was 46.  His death was announced by Moschino parent Aeffe in a statement. Copyright ©2023 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 87990cbe856818d5eddac44c7b1cdeb8