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Assange appeals against the UK decision to extradite him to the U.S.

Julian Assange's legal team submitted a second appeal to the High Court in London in opposition to the judge's decision to order his extradition to the United States. The court decision was appealed the day before, on August 25, according to WikiLeaks. There is "significant new evidence" in the...

UN Secretary General: Nuclear weapons must go down in history

According to Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, nuclear weapons must be completely banned. He claims that the sole objective of these weapons is devastation. The International Day Against Nuclear Tests is observed on August 29. "Nuclear weapons have enslaved our planet for too long. These lethal...

New Zealand to simplify rules for immigrants amid labor shortage

Due to a labor shortage, New Zealand will temporarily adjust its immigration policies in order to attract workers. The nation's job situation has gotten worse as a result of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak and the deteriorating economic climate. As local firms struggle with a labor shortage, New...

South Korea to cut budget for first time since 2010

The South Korean government will reduce the nation's budget in 2023 in response to the rise in global interest rates. This is the first move of this kind for the previous 13 years. "We're making cuts to our spending. The previous administration incurred substantial debt, which we are unable to...

U.S. delays imposition of duties on Chinese goods

According to sources cited by Reuters, the White House has decided to delay imposition of customs taxes on Chinese imports. They claim that this occurred as a result of the worsening of ties between the United States and China during the visit of Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the US House, to...

China restricts flights around Taiwan until the end of the week

According to Bloomberg, China has banned planes from six airspaces surrounding Taiwan. Restrictions will be in place from August 4 until August 7 on Sunday. The People's Republic of China will hold military drills this week. Air carriers received notices late on August 2nd, in the evening. The...

Myanmar military extends state of emergency for six months

The state of emergency was prolonged by Myanmar for a further six months. Myin Swe, the nation's acting president, took the initiative. According to the state edition Global New Light of Myanmar, the Military Council of National Defense and Security unanimously decided to extend the state of...

Egypt terminates contracts for 240 thousand tons of Ukrainian wheat

According to Reuters, Egypt has cancelled contracts for the purchase of 240,000 tons of wheat from Ukraine that were to have been delivered in December 2021. According to the organization, Nibulon and Inerco companies were "freed" from their contractual responsibilities by Egypt's General Authority...

EU to allocate €1.59 billion to Ukraine through European Investment Bank

The European Investment Bank (EIB) will provide $1.59 billion to help Ukraine's citizens and reconstruct its infrastructure. According to a statement from the European Commission, €1.05 billion will be given right away and €590 million will follow later. The European Commission adds that work on...

India elects woman as new president for the second time in history

Draupadi Murmu, the victor of the Indian presidential elections, will be sworn in on July 25, the day before Ram Nath Kovind's time as president comes to an end. She will also become the nation's first head of the Santal people, an ethnic group that previously belonged to the lowest social classes...
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