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Iran rejects EU offer to negotiate nuclear deal with US

Tehran rejected the EU’s proposal to hold an informal meeting with the United States on a return to compliance with the terms of the nuclear deal. On Monday night, March 1, the Iranian Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying that Washington's lifting of sanctions was a prerequisite for starting...

Bloomberg: Draghi is the new heavyweight of the EU

Bloomberg called the former head of the European Central Bank (ECB) and current Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, who gained a reputation as the saviour of the European economy for organising emergency relief programmes during debt crises, the new 'heavyweight' of the European Union. The agency...

IISS: World ramps up military spending in 2020 despite pandemic

Total global defence and arms spending in 2020 is more than $1.83 trillion, an increase of 3.9 per cent on the previous year. This data is contained in the report "Military Balance 2021", presented on 25 February by the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS). The...

Australia To Not Amend Its Law For Online Tech Giants

Online platforms have shown consent in adopting “an industry-wide code of practice” which would reduce the “spread of misinformation online”. Canberra is inching towards turning a “bill into law” and it remains firm as not to “alter legislation” whereby making Google and Facebook pay “news outlets...

Major environmental disaster occurs in Israel

Israeli authorities have closed all Mediterranean beaches along 170 kilometres. The reason, says the weekly magazine Spiegel, was that the coastal waters were found to be polluted with oil products. The local authorities say it is one of the biggest disasters at sea in recent decades, killing many...

WHO Team Exploring Covid-19 Origin In China Says Signs Of Larger 2019 Original Outbreak

The signs of the covid-19 pandemic were much wider in Wuhan in China in December of 2019 than was thought previously, found the investigating team from the World Health Organization (WHO) that is in China to explore the origins of coronavirus in the country. The team is also urgently trying to get...

WHO approves AstraZeneca vaccine for emergency use

The World Health Organization (WHO) has approved the COVID-19 vaccine from the British company AstraZeneca and Oxford University for emergency use. WHO data showed that the vaccine meets the necessary safety criteria and that its effectiveness outweighs the risks. "We now have everything we need to...

New Italian government led by Mario Draghi is sworn in

Italy's new government led by Mario Draghi has been sworn in. The ceremony, featuring the President of the Republic, Sergio Mattarella, was broadcast on the YouTube channel of the presidential Palace. The new cabinet included 23 ministers. Of these, nine are without portfolio. A number of ministers...

BBC World News Banned From Broadcasting In China

The television and radio regulator of China has banned the broadcasting of the British television news network BBC World News in the country this week. The television channel has been barred from telecasting any reports on coronavirus pandemic and the persecution of ethnic minority Uighurs in...

WHO: new COVID-19 strains won't cause another pandemic

Mutations of the coronavirus will not trigger a new pandemic, but vigilance must be maintained. This opinion was expressed by Hans Kluge, director of the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for Europe, in an interview with the Spanish newspaper El Pais. According to Kluge, the emergence...
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