Israel hits Gaza as conflict erupts after West Bank clashes

Israel hits Gaza as conflict erupts after West Bank clashes

Rockets from Gaza have raised alarm in Israeli communities Cross-border gunfire followed an Israeli raid in the West Bank Israeli raid kills at least nine Palestinians Violence has increased in the West Bank over the past year JERUSALEM/GAZA, Jan 27 (Reuters) – Israeli fighter jets struck Gaza on Friday night in retaliation for two rockets … Read more

Thousands gather for ‘Invasion Day’ protests on Australia’s public holiday

Thousands gather for ‘Invasion Day’ protests on Australia’s public holiday

SYDNEY, Jan 26 (Reuters) – Thousands of Australians marked the country’s National Day celebrations on Thursday with rallies in support of Indigenous people, many of which mark the anniversary of the day a British fleet sailed into port of Sydney as “the day of the invasion”. In Sydney, the capital of New South Wales – … Read more

At least one dead and several injured in machete attack on churches in southern Spain

At least one dead and several injured in machete attack on churches in southern Spain

Machete-wielding man attacks two churches in Spain Leaves at least one dead, several injured The High Court is investigating a case labeled as ‘terrorism’ MADRID, Jan 25 (Reuters) – Spanish authorities said they were investigating what they called a “terrorist” incident after a machete-wielding man attacked several people at two churches in the city port … Read more

Ex-kickboxer Andrew Tate says Romanian prosecutors have no evidence against him

Ex-kickboxer Andrew Tate says Romanian prosecutors have no evidence against him

BUCHAREST, Jan 25 (Reuters) – Controversial internet personality Andrew Tate said on Wednesday there was no justice in Romania and the case against him in a criminal investigation for human trafficking and rape was empty. Tate, her brother Tristan and two Romanian suspects have been in police custody since December 29 pending an ongoing criminal … Read more

New Zealand’s Ardern bids emotional farewell on final day as Prime Minister

New Zealand’s Ardern bids emotional farewell on final day as Prime Minister

WELLINGTON, Jan 24 (Reuters) – Jacinda Ardern said a moving farewell on Tuesday on her last day as prime minister, speaking of the kindness and empathy shown to her by New Zealanders, but said she was ready to be a sister and a mother. Days after stunning the world when she announced she had ‘nothing … Read more

Ukraine pledges to radically change personnel as allies jostle for tanks

Ukraine pledges to radically change personnel as allies jostle for tanks

Zelenskiy promises changes in corruption scandal Poland announces its intention to send Leopard tanks to Ukraine Germany hints at tank export approval as allies push KYIV, Jan 24 (Reuters) – Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said personnel changes were underway at top and bottom levels, following the most high-profile corruption allegations since Russia’s invasion that threaten … Read more

Erdogan in Sweden: Don’t expect Turkish backing for NATO bid after Stockholm protest

Erdogan in Sweden: Don’t expect Turkish backing for NATO bid after Stockholm protest

ANKARA, Jan 23 (Reuters) – Sweden is unlikely to expect Turkey to back its NATO membership after a protest near the Turkish embassy in Stockholm at the weekend, including the burning of a copy of the Koran, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday. Protests in Stockholm on Saturday against Turkey and Sweden’s membership of the … Read more

EU agrees to new Iran sanctions, won’t call guards ‘terrorists’ just yet

EU agrees to new Iran sanctions, won’t call guards ‘terrorists’ just yet

BRUSSELS, Jan 23 (Reuters) – The European Union on Monday introduced new sanctions against Iran for a “brutal” crackdown on protests, but the bloc’s diplomacy chief said the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) of the country could not be listed as a terrorist group without a court ruling. Relations between the 27 EU countries and Tehran soured … Read more

South Africa defends planned military exercises with Russia and China

South Africa defends planned military exercises with Russia and China

Russian Lavrov visits for talks with key African ally Then we will head to Eswatini, Botswana and Angola South Africa’s Pandora says navy drills are ‘natural’ President Ramaphosa considers South Africa a neutral party PRETORIA, Jan 23 (Reuters) – South Africa’s foreign minister on Monday deflected criticism of planned joint military drills with Russia and … Read more

Germany signals change of veto on Leopard tanks for Ukraine

Germany signals change of veto on Leopard tanks for Ukraine

PARIS/LVIV, Ukraine, Jan 23 (Reuters) – Germany would not object to Poland sending its Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, the German foreign minister said, signaling a possible breakthrough for the Ukraine as it tries to strengthen its forces. of a new expected Russian offensive. Eleven months after Russia invaded its southern neighbor, the fighting is … Read more