Ukraine regains more territory as Russia responds

KRAMATorsk (Ukraine) (AFP) - Ukraine said on Monday its forces had retaken more territory in the past 24 hours and recaptured an area seven...

North Korean law allows first nuclear strike and makes program irreversible!

KCNA photo of North Korean Hwasong-15 ballistic missiles during a military parade in Pyongyang Seoul (AFP) - North Korea has passed a law allowing it...

Xi and Putin look to challenge global order at regional summit

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping called for global order change at a summit challenging Western influence. Samarkand (Uzbekistan) (AFP) Russian President...

The UN summit personally returns to a world of divisions

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, speaking ahead of the General Assembly leaders summit, said the divisions in the world are "the widest since at least...

UN accuses Taliban of harassing female employees in Afghanistan

The Taliban have imposed strict rules on the behavior of women in Afghanistan since their return to power in 2021, particularly with regard to...

China doubles down on coal as energy crunch bites

Coal loading onto trains at a coal plant in Huaibei, east China's Anhui Province, on June 23, 2022 - Coal power still makes up...

Imran Khan suggests army chief’s term should be ‘extended until elections’

Former Prime Minister and Chief of PTI Imran Khan on Monday proposed extending the term of Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed...

The Magelang Regency Government encourages creativity and innovation through cultural carnival activities

The Magelang Regency Government will continue to encourage any activities including the cultural carnival as an effort to promote creativity and innovation in the...

Thousands evacuated as typhoon pounds Japan

Typhoon Nanmadol brought torrential rain, high waves and strong winds to southern Japan Minamata (Japan) (AFP) - Thousands took shelter in southwest Japan on Sunday...

Biden pledges solidarity with Iranian women as protests spread

United Nations (United States) (AFP) - US President Joe Biden pledged solidarity with Iranian women Wednesday as eight people were reported killed in growing...

Japan to lift COVID restrictions on foreign tourists from October

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida (2-L) poses with John Tuttle (R), Vice Chairman of the NYSE Group, before the closing bell at the New...

Death toll rises in Iran protests as internet services are cut off

The killing of Mahsa Amini, 22, in the custody of the Iranian morality police, sparked a wave of violent demonstrations. Paris (AFP) - At least...

Russia begins mobilizing forces to fight Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said, or surrendered, urging Russians to resist Vladimir Putin's partial mobilization. Kyiv (Ukraine) (AFP) - Moscow began a mandatory troop recall...

Russian forces “besieged” near the main town of Ukraine in the annexed area

Russian President Vladimir Putin held a grand ceremony in the Kremlin Kyiv (Ukraine) (AFP) - Ukraine announced Saturday that it has cordoned off several thousand...

Iran vows ‘decisive action’ in wave of women-led protests

Iranian female protesters remove their headscarves during a demonstration in the city of Savah, in an image taken from an online video made available...

UN raises death toll from Kabul classroom bombing to 35 as women protest ‘genocide’

The death toll of the United Nations mission in the attack on the Kaj Higher Education Center is much higher than the death toll...

North Korea fires ballistic missiles for the fourth time this week

South Korean and US officials have warned for months that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is preparing to conduct another nuclear test Seoul (AFP)...

Xi Jinping’s visit to Moscow: Will China supply arms to Russia?

Chinese President and Vladimir Putin are due to sign very important diplomatic and economic documents on the second day of Xi Jinping's visit to...

“Marcos Continues the Controversial ‘Anti-Drug War’ in the Philippines”

"Marcos Follows the Script of His Predecessor" Under President Duterte, thousands of people were killed in his self-declared war on drugs in the Philippines. It...

Asian markets sway on recession fears as inflation data looms

Traders look to Tokyo as the yen dips towards the 145.90 level it touched last month, triggering a massive intervention to support the currency. Hong...

UN Condemns Taliban for Suppression of Journalists and Distorted Casualty

UN: Over 1,000 Civilians Killed Since Taliban Takeover Despite the end of the war in Afghanistan, numerous people continue to lose their lives violently...

Dream come true’: Japan reopens to tourists

Japan reopens its doors to tourists after two and a half years of tough Covid restrictions, and travelers flock to it TOKYO (AFP) - Japan...

Tragedy Strikes: 450 People Poisoned at Charity Dinner in Afghanistan

450 People Poisoned at Charity Dinner in Afghanistan In a shocking incident, approximately 450 people were poisoned after attending a charity dinner in the Host...

Hong Kong leader says he “mocks” US sanctions

The arrival of the mega yacht owned by the Russian oligarchs in Hong Kong has sparked controversy over sanctions HONG KONG (AFP) - Hong Kong's...

India Achieves Historic Soft Landing in Moon’s South Pole Region

India Achieves First Soft Landing in Moon's South Pole Region Just days after the failed Russian moon landing mission Luna-25, India has become the fourth...

China: despite the resumption of Covid-19, Beijing regains its marathon after three years of...

Between 15,000 and 20,000 people took the start of the Beijing marathon on Sunday, November 6, in Tiananmen Square. Apart from the parenthesis of...

China’s President Xi Jinping Urges Accelerated BRICS Expansion for Global Equilibrium

China's President Xi Jinping Urges Accelerated Expansion of BRICS Group BEIJING (Reuters) - In a summit held in Johannesburg, China's President Xi Jinping called for...

Out of sight, Mongolia is rocked by anti-corruption protests

This huge territory is landlocked between Russia and China and it is unusual for demonstrations, but suspicions of corruption in the coal industry have...

Thailand: five bodies found and 24 sailors still missing, two days after the sinking...

The sinking of the "HTMS Sukhothai", a Thai Navy corvette, occurred overnight from Sunday to Monday. The search for survivors is still ongoing on...

In India, the “UN Champion of the Earth” fights to save a rare species...

Purnima Devi Barman has been struggling for fifteen years to meet the inhabitants of the villages to defend this unloved bird and hunted to...

A Modern Reflection of Ancient Splendor: The Pool at the Baths...

A Modern Reflection of Ancient Splendor: The Pool at the Baths of Caracalla In the heart of Rome, where history intertwines with contemporary innovation, a...