Top 10 news: Russian TV shows videos of two American veterans captured in Ukraine, and more

A video of the first Americans captured by Russian forces since the start of the Ukrainian invasion has been shown by Russian state television. In other news, criticizing the intervention of a European court to stop a deportation flight to Rwanda, British Home Secretary Priti Patel said the decision was politically motivated and the executive of the European Union has recommended that Ukraine and Moldova become candidates for membership, an important step in their potential journey from ex-Soviet republics to developed economies in the world’s largest trading bloc.

Watch | Russian television shows videos of two American veterans captured in Ukraine


Alex Drueke and Andy Huynh, two American military veterans who disappeared last week while fighting in Ukraine, are from Alabama. The two soldiers are being held by Russian-backed separatist forces in the Donbass region of eastern Ukraine, according to RT.

UK slams EU tribunal ruling on Rwanda as ‘politically motivated’


Following a series of legal challenges on human rights grounds, the British plan to send 130 asylum seekers one-way for resettlement in Rwanda has been reduced to zero.

GALLERY | In pictures-Which are the candidate countries to the EU and what is their status today?


If the European Commission’s decision is ratified as expected next week at a summit, it will be a morale boost for Kyiv and another Western snub for Russian President Vladimir Putin after he invaded Ukraine in February.

Gurdwara Karte Parwan in Kabul victim of a terrorist attack; at least two dead


A Sikh Gurdwara in Kabul, the Afghan capital, was the target of numerous bombs and gunshots on Saturday. After the explosions, the media published a video of the explosions in the Karta Parwan neighborhood of Kabul and in the neighborhood is the Karte Parwan Gurdwara.

GALLERY | Why does China deny that Hong Kong was a British colony?

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Hong Kong is preparing to introduce new middle school textbooks that will deny the Chinese territory was ever a British colony. Chinese communist leaders say the semi-autonomous city and neighboring former Portuguese colony of Macau were simply occupied by foreign powers and China never relinquished sovereignty over them.

Dinesh Karthik: The finisher who is far from done


DK is the finisher, on and off the pitch. He won’t finish until he’s part of India’s flight en route to Australia for the T20 World Cup (or maybe even dreams of being part of the 2023 ODI World Cup).

French film legend Jean-Louis Trintignant dies aged 91


French actor Jean-Louis Trintignant, whose career was launched at the same time as Brigitte Bardot with the 1956 film “And God Created Woman”, died Friday at the age of 91, his ex announced. wife Nadine Trintignant.

GALLERY | In pictures – Double-decker seats that may change air travel forever


Alejandro Núñez Vicente’s Chaise Longue airplane seat concept may be a game-changer for the aviation industry as it can accommodate more people thanks to the double-decker design.

Vladimir Putin forced to delay his opening speech after hackers crash the internet

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Putin’s speech did not start on time due to a connectivity issue at the venue and the Kremlin confirmed it was delayed by just over 100 minutes.

Indian government changes Agneepath program after protests escalate


The Indian government has changed the Agneepath program following massive protests across the country. After the end of the four-year term, there will be 10% reservations for ‘Agniveers’ in central government jobs.

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