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  • Turkey’s President calls Netanyahu ‘butcher of Gaza, war criminal’

    Ankara: Amid Israel’s ongoing offensive in the Gaza Strip, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wrote his name in history as ‘butcher of Gaza’ and will be tried as a war criminal. He made these remarks during a speech, on Monday, December 4, while he was addressing an Organisation […] More

  • US considering ‘appropriate action’ in response to Houthi missile attacks in Red Sea

    The national security adviser said Iran is the “ultimate party responsible.” December 4, 2023, 4:13 PM ET • 6 min read White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan on Monday said the U.S. is consulting with allies on “appropriate action” in response to the latest Houthi drone and missile attacks in the Red Sea. “We […] More

  • Putin to visit Saudi Arabia, UAE in rare trip outside Russia

    Russian President Vladimir Putin will travel to the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, according to people familiar with the plans, a rare trip abroad for the leader since his invasion of Ukraine. Putin plans to visit Abu Dhabi, UAE, this week, according to one person, who asked not to be identified due to the […] More

  • Ex-US ambassador Victor Manuel Rocha charged over spying for Cuba

    By Madeline Halpert BBC News, New York 4 December 2023, 19:41 GMT Updated 20 minutes ago Image source, AFP via Getty Images Image caption, Victor Manuel Rocha, a former US ambassador to Bolivia, is accused of acting as a Cuban agent for more than 40 years A former US diplomat who served as ambassador to […] More

  • Britain announces stricter visa norms to reduce migration

    Rishi Sunak’s government raised the salary requirement for people applying to live in the UK, one of a series of measures designed to show voters his ruling Conservative Party has a plan to deliver on its pledge to reduce net migration ahead of a general election expected next year. Would-be migrants will need to earn […] More

  • Al Jaber Says Fossil Fuel Phase Out is ‘Inevitable’

    Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, whose appointment as president of the UN’s COP28 climate summit has caused controversy, defended his commitment “to keep 1.5 within reach.” “We fully understand the urgency behind the matter, we very much believe and respect the science,” he said while speaking to reporters on Monday, during the fourth day of the […] More

  • Britain announces stricter visa measures to reduce net migration

    [1/2]A sign is seen at the arrivals passport control area of Terminal 5, at Heathrow Airport, London, Britain, March 23, 2023. REUTERS/Toby Melville/files Acquire Licensing Rights PM Sunak says Britain taking ‘radical’ action on migration Government aims for 300,000 fewer migrants than last year Higher minimum salary for skilled workers announced Unions raise concern over […] More

  • Gal Gadot On Hamas’ October 7 Attack On Israel

  • NATO Nation's Big 'Pro-Putin' Move; Bulgarian President Vetoes Armoured Vehicles Delivery To Ukraine – Hindustan Times

    NATO Nation’s Big ‘Pro-Putin’ Move; Bulgarian President Vetoes Armoured Vehicles Delivery To Ukraine  Hindustan Times Bulgarian president vetoes supply of armored vehicles to Ukraine  Anadolu Agency Bulgarian President Vetoes Donation Of Armored Personnel Carriers To Ukraine  Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty NATO Nation’s Big ‘Pro-Putin’ Move; Bulgaria Vetoes Arms Supply To Ukraine  Hindustan Times Bulgarian president’s veto on […] More

  • Wintry blast in Europe has brought record snow and bitter cold

    Comment on this storyComment Add to your saved stories Save Large parts of Europe are starting the 2023-2024 winter season with an abundance of snow and cold, a stark contrast from last year, which was abnormally warm and snowless. In Munich, Germany’s third-largest city, a storm over the weekend dropped nearly a foot and a […] More

  • UK’s New Plan For Overseas Students, Skilled Workers To Cut Migration

    Rishi Sunak has long described regular immigration levels as “too high”. (Representational) New Delhi: In a major step, the UK government today announced “radical action” to bring immigration down, including hiking the minimum salary that skilled foreign workers will need to earn if they want a visa to work in the UK. The move comes […] More

  • Mount Marapi: 11 out of 26 climbers killed as Indonesia’s Marapi volcano erupts, several feared missing | International

    Dec 04, 2023, 10:22PM ISTSource: Tragedy struck as at least 11 hikers were found dead following the eruption of Mount Marapi in western Indonesia’s Sumatra. The volcano spewed a towering 3,000-meter ash column into the sky. Indonesia, situated on the Pacific Ring of Fire with nearly 130 active volcanoes, faces ongoing rescue efforts through […] More

  • New strikes hit Gaza as Israel-Hamas fighting resumes. Live updates

    12:54 p.m. ET, December 4, 2023 Israel is now operating in southern Gaza as the Palestinian death toll rises. Here’s the latest news From CNN staff An Israeli soldier gestures toward a tank crew traveling as part of a convoy near Israel’s border with southern Gaza on Monday. Amir Cohen/Reuters More Israeli strikes have been […] More

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