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Latvia suspends railway transit of military cargo of BelarusPolitics

Latvia suspends railway transit of military cargo of Belarus

The intergovernmental agreement was signed in January 1994 Latvia has decided to suspend rail transit of Belarusian military cargo through
Over A Dozen Israeli Missiles Shot Down by Syrian Air Defenses in Latest Raid on Hama: RussiaMiddle East

Over A Dozen Israeli Missiles Shot Down by Syrian Air Defenses in Latest Raid on Hama: Russia

 Most of Israeli missiles fired over the Mediterranean during a recent raid on Syria’s western-central province of Hama have been
Ukraine’s spending on war and difficult situation on front linesPolitics

Ukraine’s spending on war and difficult situation on front lines

On May 12, Ukrainian Finance Minister Serhiy Marchenko said in an interview with Reuters that Ukraine had already spent 245.1
Bomb blast leaves 14 people killed, injured in Pakistan’s KarachiPolitics

Bomb blast leaves 14 people killed, injured in Pakistan’s Karachi

A bomb blast near the southern Pakistani city of Karachi has killed at least one person and injured 13 others.
Thousands in Tunisia Protest against President, Demand Democratic ReturnPolitics

Thousands in Tunisia Protest against President, Demand Democratic Return

 Thousands of Tunisians protested on Sunday against President Kais Saied, demanding a return to the normal democratic order and rejecting
Italy’s Matteo Salvini Speaks Out Against Finland, Sweden Joining NATO, Arms Deliveries to UkrainePolitics

Italy’s Matteo Salvini Speaks Out Against Finland, Sweden Joining NATO, Arms Deliveries to Ukraine

Moscow repeatedly warned the Western countries against delivering weapons for Ukraine, arguing that it only perpetuates the conflict and prevents
Luhansk People’s Republic: Ukrainian forces booby-trap Zarya chemical factoryPolitics

Luhansk People’s Republic: Ukrainian forces booby-trap Zarya chemical factory

 Security units of Luhansk People’s Republic revealed that the Ukrainian army booby-trapped the Zarya chemical factory with 49 tons of
Finland Officially Decides to Apply for NATO MembershipPolitics

Finland Officially Decides to Apply for NATO Membership

Previously, the country’s president and prime minister backed the idea to join the military bloc, noting, at the same time,