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World Daily News In Brief – Thursday 13/10/2022



Putin to meet Erdogan in Kazakhstan, likely to look at Ukraine peace options

Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for talks in Kazakhstan on Thursday (13 October), a meeting at which the Turks are likely to raise ideas for peace in Ukraine, Kremlin aide Yuri Ushakov told reporters


Russian missiles target more than 40 Ukraine cities, towns

Russian missiles pounded more than 40 Ukrainian cities and towns, officials said on Thursday, after a U.N. General Assembly resolution called Moscow’s annexation of Ukrainian territory “illegal” and Ukraine’s allies committed more military aid.


Admission of Ukraine to NATO could lead to third world war, says Russian official

Admitting Ukraine to NATO could result in a third world war, the deputy secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Alexander Venediktov, told the state TASS news agency in an interview.


Mexico files a second lawsuit in the US against arms manufacturers

The Mexican government filed a second lawsuit in US courts against US arms manufacturers for alleged arms trafficking, according to Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard.


North Korea says it tested two nuclear-capable cruise missiles

North Korea has test-fired a pair of long-range strategic cruise missiles, with leader Kim Jong Un lauding another successful display of the country’s tactical nuclear strike capabilit