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Greek S-300 air defense locking on Turkish jets is a "hostile act," says Erdogan
New Zealand’s PM Jacinda Ardern calls internet freedom a “weapon of war” in most recent UN speech
New Zealand’s PM Jacinda Ardern calls internet freedom a “weapon of war” in her most recent UN speech. She calls for a new type of internet with “rules and transparency”.
Mexico: reporters and activists hacked with NSO spyware despite assurances
Country’s current government had sworn it would no longer use the hacking software
King Charles of the UK has pulled out of the cop 27 conference on climate change
The move is surprising given that Charles was always a passionate climate change activist as Prince of Wales and one of the first voices in the World to raise awareness of the ...
Australian court begins trial in high-profile sexual assault case
A highly anticipated sexual assault trial began in Australia Tuesday in a case that has raised questions about the culture in the nation’s Parliament and the actions of minister...
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla got COVID again
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla Twitted: “I have tested positive for COVID. I’m feeling well & symptom free. I’ve not had the new bivalent booster yet, as I was following CDC guideline...
Phil Oh’s Best Street Style Photos From the New York Fashion Week Spring 2023 Shows
This season New York Fashion Week has brought in a worldwide crowd of stars thanks to a packed season that even includes shows from international designers like Fendi and Marni.
Danish queen 'sorry' after stripping grandchildren's titles
The Queen of Denmark has apologized after stripping four of her grandchildren of their royal titles — but has not reversed the decision.
Italian woman among foreigners held in Iran: Report
A young Italian woman traveling in Iran was arrested, and jailed in Tehran, a newspaper reported on Monday, days after authorities there said nine foreigners had been held over ...
IMF says up to 20 countries could require emergency assistance to ease food crisis
The International Monetary Fund said on Monday that up to 20 countries, many in Africa, could need emergency assistance to cope with the global food crisis.
What looks like a bribe, sounds like a bribe, and is hidden by the beneficiaries like a bribe, is probably, if not obviously, a bribe.
The CEO of Pfizer has refused to testify before the European Parliament Special Committee on Covid-19. Albert Bourla was expected to face serious questions on October 10 on how ...
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