Macron gathers leaders of all parliamentary parties to discuss Ukraine war
French President Emmanuel Macron gathered leaders of all parliamentary parties on March 7 to discuss the war in Ukraine and France's response.
Switzerland supports the 13th package of EU sanctions against russia
Switzerland has joined the 13th package of EU sanctions against russia, expanding its sanctions lists to 106 individuals and 88 organizations involved in the supply of weapons to North Korea and the occupation of Ukrainian territories.
Slovenia faces unprecedented strike by doctors who canceled overtime
Doctors in Slovenia have withdrawn their consent to work overtime, which could lead to significant problems for medical institutions.
NATO showed how russian fighter jets are intercepted over the Baltic Sea
French fighter jets intercepted two russian Su-30M and An-72 aircraft over the Baltic Sea and north of Poland, the NATO press service reports.
Bulgaria imposes a ban on oil imports from Russia
Bulgaria banned oil imports from Russia on March 1 to avoid indirect financing of Russia amid geopolitical tensions.
Hungary refuses to allocate $18 million intended for arming Ukraine - Foreign Minister
Hungary has refused to provide Ukraine with $18 million for weapons. According to Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó, his country supports peace talks to resolve the conflict in Ukraine.
Energy-related CO2 emissions still high, but significant clean energy deployment has limited growth - IEA
Global energy-related CO2 emissions grew by 1. 1% in 2023, down from the previous year, thanks to the widespread use of solar, wind, and electric vehicles.
Alexei Navalny buried in Moscow: all the details
Alexei Navalny was buried in Moscow, surrounded by heavy security and a large crowd of people wishing to say goodbye to the politician.
Europe’s Unusually Mild Winter Is Set to Extend Into March - Bloomberg
The mild weather in early March will help curb the rise in energy prices in Europe, serving as a reminder of the effects of climate change.
Canada is open to sending troops to Ukraine, but for non-combat missions - Defense Minister
Canada is open to sending a limited number of military personnel to train Ukrainian troops in Ukraine.
Vladimir Zelensky's planned visit to South Caucasus postponed - Armenian Media
According to Armenian media reports, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's planned visits to Armenia and Azerbaijan have been postponed.
Stoltenberg's deputy on Putin's nuclear threats: it's part of psychological pressure, NATO sees no immediate threat of Russia using these weapons
NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană said that Russia uses nuclear threats to intimidate, NATO sees no immediate threat of Russia using these weapons, although such statements undermine trust.
G20 finance ministers failed to agree on a joint statement due to differences in wording on the assessment of Russia's war in Ukraine
The meeting of G20 finance ministers in Brazil ended without a joint statement due to disagreements between the countries over the assessment of the war in Ukraine and its impact on the global economy.
"Nuclear war cannot be won or fought": China responds to Putin's nuclear threats
China calls on nuclear powers to maintain strategic stability and resolve issues through dialogue in response to Putin's nuclear threats.
Shopping center burns in Bangladesh: at least 43 people killed
A fire in a six-story shopping center in the Bangladeshi capital killed at least 45 people and injured dozens.
Pentagon orders 17 planes from Boeing for $3.4 billion for two allies
The Pentagon has signed a $3. 4 billion contract with Boeing for the purchase and delivery of 17 P-8A maritime aircraft to Canada and Germany by March 2028.
The US joins 44 countries in initiating an OSCE investigation into the detention of Ukrainians by Russian forces
The United States joined 44 countries that initiated an OSCE investigation into Russia's arbitrary detention of Ukrainian civilians and other abuses.
The threat from Russia and China: The United States wants to speed up nuclear weapons modernization
The United States wants to accelerate the modernization of its nuclear triad in order to effectively deter threats from Russia and China, whose nuclear arsenals and space capabilities are growing.
Bloomberg: UK pushes Germany to send Taurus missiles to Ukraine
The British government has privately called on Germany to provide Ukraine with Taurus long-range missiles and expressed irritation at comments made by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who questioned possible British intervention in Ukraine.
Australia has imposed sanctions on three Russian prison officials linked to Navalny's death
The Australian government has imposed financial sanctions and travel bans on three Russian prison officials associated with the facility where Alexei Navalny died.
House of Representatives to consider aid to Ukraine after US budget issue is resolved - Johnson
The U. S. House of Representatives will consider additional aid to Ukraine after passing a budget to finance the U.S. government.
More than a hundred people killed in Gaza during humanitarian aid distribution - CNN
The Palestinian Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip announced the deaths of more than 100 Palestinians who had gathered near humanitarian aid vehicles.
US Congress approves fourth short-term budget to avoid partial shutdown
The U. S. Congress approved a fourth short-term funding extension for federal agencies through March 8 and March 22 to avoid a government shutdown.
"Pantsir-S1" damaged, two Russian servicemen injured due to drone explosion in Belgorod region - russmedia
Two Russian servicemen were wounded and the Pantsir-S1 air defense system was damaged by drones near the village of Golovchino, Belgorod Region, Russia.
Cyberattack in Taiwan: Major data breach threatens national security
Hackers in Taiwan have gained unauthorized access to the databases of a major telecommunications company, stealing sensitive military and government data.
Ukraine and the UK discussed preparations for the first Global Peace Summit
Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak discussed preparations for the Global Peace Summit with British National Security Adviser to the Prime Minister Timothy Barrow.
Norway: Israel transferred 114 million dollars to the Palestinian Authority
Norway announces that Israel has transferred $114 million in frozen tax funds to the Palestinian Authority as part of the agreement.
Cristiano Ronaldo suspended for one match for provocative gesture after victory over Al-Shabab
Cristiano Ronaldo has been suspended for one match in the Saudi Arabian professional league for a provocative gesture toward opposing fans.
Bulgaria will become the main route for russian gas to the EU and Ukraine in 2025
In 2025, the Balkan Stream gas pipeline through Bulgaria will become the main route for russian gas supplies to the European Union and Ukraine after transit through Ukraine is terminated.
Former US Ambassador to Bolivia admits in court that he spied for Cuba for decades
Former US Ambassador to Bolivia Victor Manuel Rocha pleaded guilty to spying for Cuba for decades. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, this is one of the largest and longest-running infiltrations of a foreign agent into the government.