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Axios: The US has suspended ammunition shipments to Israel

According to Israeli officials cited by Axios portal, U.S. President Joe Biden's administration halted the transfer of ammunition developed in the United States to Israel. This is the first suspension of this kind since Hamas attacked Israeli territory in October 2023, writes Axios. The Israeli...

The Sun: The UK sends the first deported migrant to Rwanda

The first migrant to be denied asylum has been expelled by the UK government and sent to Rwanda, according to sources cited by The Sun. The article said that the refugee had fled the nation of his own free will. The government gave him 3,000 pounds sterling to cover his relocating costs. He had...

G7 countries to increase electricity storage sixfold by 2030

The Financial Times writes that the G7 nations will decide this weekend to set a global goal to double the amount of electricity stored globally by six times by 2030 as opposed to 2022. The move is required to make up for potential disruptions in the supply of electricity as countries transition to...

SIPRI reports record global military spending in 2023

According to a survey by SIPRI, global defense spending hit another high in 2023. The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) reports that total military spending worldwide grew to $2.443 trillion in 2023, an increase of 6.8% in real terms from 2022.  According to SIPRI's...

Dubai Airport to fully restore operation within 24 hours

Majed al-Joker, the airport's chief operational officer, was quoted in the Emirates 24/7 daily as saying that Dubai International Airport will resume regular operations in a day. "Within the next 24 hours, Dubai International Airport (DXB) will reopen for regular business. This denotes a return to...

Summer Paris Olympics flame lit in Greek Olympia

The ceremony to light the flame of the Summer Olympics in Paris was held on Tuesday at Ancient Olympia in Greece. Over 600 luminaries attended the event, including Thomas Bach, the president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), and Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou. The Greek...

UN and World Bank estimate damage to Gaza Strip infrastructure at $18.5 billion

A joint report from the World Bank and the UN detailed the harm done to vital infrastructure in the Gaza Strip during the war. The organizations valued it at $18.5 billion. According to the document, this corresponds to 97% of the West Bank's and Gaza Strip's GDP in 2022. "The results show that...

The Best-Case Situation In The Conflict In Ukraine Might Now Be A Standoff, An Analyst Claims

Defence analysts generally projected that the battle would end in a stalemate in 2024, with neither side gaining or losing a sizable amount of territory, prior to the two-year anniversary of Russia's war against Ukraine.   However, in just a few months of the year, Moscow has been able to...

U.S. Department of Transportation: Daily loss from collapsed Baltimore bridge amounts to $200 mln

According to U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, the Port of Baltimore processed cargo valued up to $200 million every day before the bridge collapsed, disrupting its operations. Every day, cargo valued between $100 million to $200 million passed through the port, said Buttigieg when...

EC chief urges to admit candidate countries to EU as soon as possible

Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission, demanded on Tuesday that plans for EU enlargement be carried out as quickly as feasible, according to the EFE news agency. "It is imperative that our Union be fully united," said von der Leyen in a video address to the European Union's...
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