Top 10 World News: EU Leaders Visit Ukraine, UK Ethics Counselor Resigns, And More

Kremlin hopes that the leaders of France, Germany and Italy will discuss other issues than the supply of arms to Ukraine. Downing Street published a letter from Johnson’s former ethics adviser, Lord Geidt, who suddenly resigned. Beyonceteased fans with details of his new album after raising speculation for a few days.

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Russian-Ukrainian war: Kremlin hopes European leaders will discuss more than weapons when visiting Kyiv
In response to a crucial visit by European leaders to the war-damaged Ukrainian town of Irpin, the Kremlin said on Thursday (June 16) it hoped French, German and Italian leaders would discuss issues other than the supply of arms to Ukraine.


Lord Geidt: UK ethics adviser resigns after being placed in ‘impossible and abhorrent position’
Downing Street has published a letter from Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s former ethics adviser, Lord Geidt, who resigned suddenly on Wednesday June 15.

Lord Geidt

Dutch secret service blocks Russian spy from entering ICC investigating war crimes in Ukraine
The Dutch intelligence service said on Thursday it had blocked a Russian spy claiming to be a 33-year-old Brazilian citizen named Viktor Muller Ferreira, who posed as an intern, from accessing the Hague-based International Criminal Court, which war crimes investigation. in Ukraine.

dutch intelligence

Amid the crisis, Sydneysiders have been urged to reduce their electricity use to avoid blackouts
Australia’s energy minister has urged millions of New South Wales residents to turn off their lights and save energy to avoid blackouts.


Mariupol. Horrors inflicted on civilian population will leave ‘indelible mark’, says UN rights chief
The United Nations rights chief said on Thursday that the scale of death and destruction in the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol suggests grave breaches of international law, warning the horrors would mark future generations.


‘Freedom at last’: The man who shot Ronald Reagan was granted complete freedom
John Hinckley, the man who shot former US President Ronald Reagan in 1981, was fully released on Wednesday June 15. This milestone was reached six years after his discharge from a psychiatric hospital.

John Hinkley

Chilean swimmer breaks Guinness World Record; becomes the first person to swim three nautical miles
Chilean swimmer Barbara Hernandez announced on Tuesday that she had been awarded a Guinness World Record after swimming between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans at Cabo de Hornos in southern Chile.

Barbara Hernández

Google, Twitter and Meta pledge to fight fake news
Google, Meta, Twitter and Microsoft agreed on Thursday to take a tough stance against misinformation as part of a European Union conduct change, which could result in hefty fines if they don’t.


Beyonce announces her 16-track album ‘Renaissance’, which will be released on this date
Beyonce’s social media accounts, as well as official music streamer Tidal accounts, have teased fans with details of her new album after raising speculation for a few days.


‘He’s my next captain in line after Rohit Sharma in white ball formats’: Wasim Jaffer on India’s star player
On Wednesday June 15, Hardik Pandya was named India’s captain for their upcoming two-game T20I series against Ireland, in Dublin.

Hardik Pandya

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