Ukraine calls for faster weapons supplies as Russia presses eastern offensive
Russian missile strikes killed three people in the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson while fighting raged in the eastern Donetsk region where Russia again shelled the key town of Vuhledar, Ukrainian officials said.
Erdogan says Turkey may accept Finland in NATO, but block Sweden
Turkey and Hungary are the only members of the 30-nation alliance yet to approve the Nordic nations’ application.
Japan Communist Party in turmoil as calls emerge for new leadership
Leader Shii faces fresh challenges as party struggles to gain traction
N. Korea warns of ‘prelude’ to war after Stoltenberg’s visit to S. Korea
North Korean state media warned on Monday that NATO’s relations with South Korea and Japan could provoke a confrontation in the region. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is currently visiting the two countries
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UK braces for biggest day of strikes this winter
Strikes will close schools, cancel university classes, cripple rail services and disrupt much of the public sector this week as unions stage one of the biggest days of co-ordinated action
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Israel Strikes Iran Amid International Push to Contain Tehran
Israel carried out a drone strike targeting a defense compound in Iran, as the U.S. and Israel look for ways to contain Tehran’s nuclear and military ambition
Austrian Ruling Party Loses Ground in Key Regional Election
The senior party in Austria’s ruling coalition lost votes to right-wing nationalists in a key provincial election, signaling that support.