Naftali Bennett has accused Iran of stealing classified documents from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Ukrainian authorities said the front line in the city of Severodonetsk had been split in two amid fierce fighting between Russian and Ukrainian troops. The jury continued their deliberations in Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s six-week libel trial.
‘Plan of deception’: Iran stole classified documents from IAEA, says Israeli PM
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has accused Iran of stealing classified documents from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
‘Do public relations or take concrete action’, Russia warns West of food crisis amid struggle in eastern Ukraine
As Russia continued its operations in the east, Ukrainian authorities said the front line in the city of Severodonetsk had been split in two amid fierce fighting between Russian and Ukrainian troops.
Ratings plunge as Boris Johnson is now the least popular member of his Cabinet: Poll
Boris Johnson’s ratings in the country have plummeted. As British media reported, his ratings dropped significantly. According to the ConservativeHome survey, Johnson is at the bottom of the “Cabinet League Table” of party members.
“GoodWill” ransomware: how it tricks victims with an unusual request
According to researchers, a new ransomware has emerged that allegedly tricked victims into donating to social causes.
Wang Yi’s visit: Journalists prevented from covering events in the Pacific?
As Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi visits Pacific countries, reports claim journalists have been blocked from covering the events.
Timeline of Champions League final chaos: UEFA launch investigation, UK PM slams French officials
The recently concluded Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool was marred by controversy after massive chaos broke out outside the Stad de France ahead of the blockbuster clash.
China unveils stimulus package to revive economy after Covid downturn
The Chinese government has unveiled a sweeping fiscal, financial and investment plan to revive the economy after the pandemic ravaged key sectors over the past two years.
Two dead, 20 injured as two colliding cars ram into crowds in Nebraska
Two people have been killed and 20 others injured in an accident in Nebraska in the United States organized by the Midwest Association of Car Enthusiasts (MACE) which sent two cars rushing into a crowd of passers-by on a ‘cruise’ annual Memorial Day weekend night in Lincoln, Nebraska’s capital, Monday.
Florida police arrest 10-year-old boy on mass shooting threat after Texas massacre
Florida police have arrested a 10-year-old boy for allegedly threatening a mass shooting at his elementary school.
Jury resumes deliberations in Johnny Depp, Amber Heard’s defamation case
A Fairfax County jury continued deliberations Tuesday morning in the six-week libel trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard.
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