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Biden To Strike Deal With NATO.

The US President , Joe Biden is seeking to strike the right balance in dealing with NATO ally Turkey, as it threatens a ground offensive against U.S. partners in Syria while simultaneously playing a key diplomatic role in the middle of Russia’s war in Ukraine. After authorizing four cross-border ground offensives into …

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US Senate Votes To Protect Same-Sex Marriage

The US Senate passed a landmark bill Tuesday protecting same-sex marriage, as lawmakers from both parties moved to forestall the possibility of the conservative-led Supreme Court taking away this right as it did with abortion. “With today’s bipartisan Senate passage of the Respect for Marriage Act, the United States is …

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Former China President Dies

Former President of the Peoples’ Republic of China Jiang Zemin is dead. Reliable sources announced via letters that Jiang died in Shanghai on Wednesday, at the age of 96. The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress of the People’s …

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Ukraine Seeks More NATO Aid Amid Difficult Situation

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says Ukrainian forces are facing a “difficult” situation as they defend against attempted Russian advances in several regions, while NATO members promised more weapons to the war-hit country and equipment to help restore electricity infrastructure damaged by Russian attacks. Ukraine’s General Staff said its forces had repelled …

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Hunter Shot Dead By His Pet Dog

A hunter was shot dead by his own dog after the pet stepped on the trigger of his gun, it has been claimed. Ozgur Gevrekoglu, 32, was on a hunting trip with friends over the weekend, and the incident reportedly occurred as he packed up his gear. The new dad …

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NATO Promises More Help For Ukraine

NATO allies of Ukraine have promised more arms and equipment to help restore power supplies to the country as President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said his forces were defending against attempted Russian advances in multiple regions. Ukraine’s General Staff said on Wednesday November 30, its forces had repelled six Russian attacks in …

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Juventus Entire Board Resigns Amid Allegations

The entire board of directors at Juventus have unanimously resigned following an announcement by president Andrea Agnelli on Monday night, stating that the decision is in the “best interest of the club.” The announcement was made after the Italian giants held an emergency board meeting after which the decision was …

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Ukraine On The Look Out For More Weapons

The Pentagon is considering a proposal to supply Ukraine with cheap, small precision bombs fitted onto abundantly available rockets, allowing Kyiv to strike far behind Russian lines as the West struggles to meet the demand for more weapons. US and allied military inventories are shrinking, and Ukraine faces an increasing …

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UK Condemns China For Journalist’s Arrest

Britain’s government on Monday condemned Chinese police after the BBC said one of its journalists was arrested and beaten while covering Covid protests in Shanghai, the latest incident to test relations between the countries. Ed Lawrence, working in China as an accredited journalist, was detained for several hours, during which …

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South Korea To Hold First Talks With Striking Truckers

South Korea’s government will meet a striking truckers’ union for the first talks of a five-day nationwide walkout, as supply chain glitches worsen and concrete runs out at building sites. The government, which estimates daily losses at about 300 billion won ($224m) as supplies of cement and fuel for filling …

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