Tension simmered between Israeli police and Palestinians ahead of Israel’s “flag march” on Sunday. The procession in Jerusalem celebrates Israel’s capture of the Old City in the 1967 war as Palestinians threatened the parade could lead to violence. Separately, reports claim that Russian forces carried out assault operations in the city of Severodonetsk.
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Violence at the Al Aqsa Mosque; Jerusalem on high alert ahead of Israeli flag march
Israeli authorities deployed thousands of troops as Israeli nationalists marched to Al-Aqsa amid reports that Palestinians were throwing stones at Israeli police forces.
Ukrainian War: Russia targets key eastern city; trapped civilians
The development comes as Russian forces continue their push into eastern Ukraine for three months after President Vladimir Putin launched the “special military operation” against Ukraine on February 24.
Chinese university mocked for telling students to take swim test online
In China, students at some of the most prestigious universities must learn swimming before graduating, as it is considered a survival skill and improves physical fitness. The move was made to “ensure the graduation process goes smoothly”, the now-deleted reading which was captured on screen and shared widely on social media.
GT vs RR, IPL 2022 final live updates: Dayal drops Jaiswal on the 22nd
The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 is about to conclude with a blockbuster top-flight clash between Rajasthan Royals (RR) and Gujarat Titans (GT). Hardik Pandya-led GT will face Sanju Samson’s RR in the IPL 2022 Finals at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad on Sunday, May 29.
Nepalese army launches search operation for missing flight with 22 people on board
The Nepalese military on Sunday launched a search operation for a Tara Air plane carrying 22 passengers, including three crew members and four Indians, from Pokhara in Nepal to Jomsom in Tibet’s neighboring Mustang district which went missing more early in the day.
Russian ambassador to Britain says Moscow will not use ‘tactical nuclear weapons’ in Ukraine: report
Andrei Kelin, Russia’s ambassador to the UK, told the BBC that Moscow will not use “tactical nuclear” weapons in its invasion of Ukraine. On the orders of President Vladimir Putin, the Russian armed forces launched the invasion of Ukraine on February 24 this year.
India to import coal for first time in years as power shortages loom
State-owned Coal India, the world’s largest coal mine, will import fuel for utilities, a letter from the Department of Energy seen by Reuters showed on Saturday, as shortages raise concerns over many further power outages.
Iranian Foreign Ministry says crews of seized Greek tankers have not been arrested
Saeed Khatibzadeh, spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, the crews of the two Greek tankers he seized in the Gulf are not under arrest and are in “good health”. According to him, the ties between Iran and Greece have ties between the two countries as having “always been based on mutual respect”.
3,000 employees in Britain take part in the world’s largest pilot project for the four-day working week
3,000 employees from 60 UK companies will take part in a six-month trial of a four-day working week. Aimed at helping businesses cut working hours without cutting wages or sacrificing revenue, the pilot project is billed as the largest in the world to date.
Sidhu Moose Wala is no more, the Punjabi rapper shot dead in Mansa
After Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala was shot dead by unidentified assailants, Congress leaders on Sunday demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann due to the current law and order situation in the state. . Opposition leader in Punjab Assembly, Partap Singh Bajwa said the killing of Moose Wala exposed the law and order situation in Punjab.