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NYT: Two-thirds of NATO countries ran out of weapons for Ukraine

Small NATO members are no longer able to provide Ukraine with weaponry, a source told The New York Times. He claimed that while the stockpiles of 20 of the alliance's 30 member countries are "nearly at zero," the remaining 10 can still produce further weapons. France, Germany, Italy, and the...

New York State restricts cryptocurrency mining

The first US state to impose restrictions on cryptocurrency (mining) was New York. A bill that would put a two-year embargo on the issuing of new permits, as well as renewal and expansion of current licenses for mining companies to utilize the premises of nearby fossil-energy power plants was...

Critics Of Qatar Accused Of Hypocrisy By FIFA Chief Prior To Launch Of Football World Cup

Gianni Infantino, the president of FIFA, stated on Saturday that engagement was the only means of advancing human rights and called hypocrites who criticized the treatment of migrant workers by World Cup host Qatar.   On the eve of the tournament, Infantino took aim at European critics of...

FT finds out terms of the grain deal extension

The FT has discovered that Russia will be permitted to utilize a pipeline to pump ammonia across Ukraine in exchange for agreeing to extend the grain agreement. According to sources cited by the Financial Times, Russia and Ukraine are close to reaching an agreement to renew the grain deal involving...

France and UK push up cooperation to fight against illegal migration

On November 14, the British interior minister Suella Braverman met with the French interior minister Gérald Darmanin in Paris. An agreement will be signed at the conference to increase collaboration between the two nations in the fight against illegal immigration across the English Channel,...

EC to allocate Germany €225.6 million to take over Russian Gazprom's subsidiary

The European Commission (EC) has authorized Germany to receive financial assistance of €225.6 million to support Russian Gazprom's former German subsidiary SEFE GmbH. According to the EC, this sum will enable the German government to fully nationalize SEFE by purchasing all of its shares. The EC...

India Is Not Subject To A Price Cap And Can Purchase As Much Russian Oil As It Desires, Says US Treasury Secretary

According to U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, India is welcome to continue purchasing as much Russian oil as it likes, even at prices above a G7-imposed price cap mechanism, as long as it stays away from Western insurance, finance, and maritime services that are subject to the cap.   In...

Island Countries Demand Payment From China And India For Climate Damage

The prime minister of the island nation of Antigua and Barbuda said on Tuesday that highly polluting emerging economies like China and India should contribute to a climate compensation fund to aid nations in rebuilding after disasters brought on by climate change.   The remarks marked the...

Russian Businessman Prigozhin Admits Meddling In American Elections

Yevgeny Prigozhin, a Russian businessman who Washington accuses of trying to sway American politics, admitted on Monday that he had meddled in American elections and would do so in the future.   Prigozhin stated the following in remarks published on VKontakte, Russia's version of Facebook,...

Spanish transport workers to start a strike

The RTVE news agency reported on Monday that transport workers in Spain will begin an indefinite strike on November 14. The National Platform in Defense of the Transport Sector, whose members are upset over increasing fuel costs, organized this event. They state that a provision requiring carriers...
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