“Moldova is entering a new phase, one in which security is our priority,” Moldovan PM Natalia Gavrilița said in her resignation speech.
“2023 is the end of access to pornographic sites for our children,” said Jean-Noël Barrot, French Minister for Digital Affairs.
“I have seen all those reports on the internet about fit and healthy people just dropping down with health issues,” said Today host Karl Stefanovic, as Canberra recommends a fifth COVID shot.
As Europe grapples with ammunition shortage, it becomes clear that soft power can not substitute for military might, NATO Commander Cavoli believes.
“The powerful players in the world are increasingly collaborating to impose a top-down vision of the future on everyone,” Peterson says. His initiative aims to put humanity in the center once again.
Without the EU’s help in achieving energy independence from Russia, a total embargo on Russian fossil fuels is simply untenable in Central Europe.
The EU’s Civil Protection mechanism has been activated and European rescue teams are on their way to the affected areas.
“A thorough and responsible review of this open-source information should convince governments to end funding to these organizations,” Itai Reuveni, Director of Communications at NGO Monitor said.
The European Parliament is not convinced by the Commission’s reasoning and wants further scrutiny of the agreement.
The White House denies allegations from the Swiss-German newspaper claiming that Biden would rather concede Ukrainian territory than maintain a long war of attrition. The CIA calls the report “completely false.”
Congo is “not a mine to be exploited nor a land to be plundered,” the pontiff said in Kinshasa, before calling for free elections and de-escalation of the DRC’s civil conflicts.
Circumventing neutrality embedded in the Swiss Constitution is a tough challenge for lawmakers in Bern, as Ukraine calls for immediate change in legislation.