Ukraine

Ankara following a balanced policy towards the Ukrainian war: Turkish researcher (3)
July 6, 2022 - 12:0 TEHRAN - Gloria Shkurti Ozdemir, a Turkish researcher at SETA Foundation, tells the Tehran Times that Ankara "is trying to follow a balanced policy towards the Ukrainian war." She says in several cases Turkey has tried to mediate between Russia and Ukraine. On June 29, Turkey agreed to support Sweden and Finland's membership of NATO.
Nadhim Zahawi appointed UK finance minister (1)
Zahawi was previously education secretary. He was replaced as education secretary by Michelle Donelan, previously a junior education minister. Reuters London July 6, 2022 UPDATED: July 6, 2022 07:22 IST British new Finance Minister Nadhim Zahawi (Photo: Reuters) British Prime Minister Boris Johnson appointed Nadhim Zahawi as finance minister on Tuesday, replacing Rishi Sunak who earlier quit in protest at Johnson's leadership.
Joe Biden talks with Brittney Griner's wife, calls her detention 'intolerable' (2)
ReutersPublished 2 hours agoUpdated 1 hour ago U.S. basketball player Brittney Griner, who was detained in March at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport and later charged with illegal possession of cannabis, is escorted before a court hearing in Khimki outside Moscow, Russia on July 1.EVGENIA NOVOZHENINA/Reuters Share Bookmark Please log in to bookmark this story.Log InCreate Free Account U.S.
UK in spiral as Boris Johnson faces crumbling support: 'The noose is tightening' (4)
Thirty-eight Conservative ministers have resigned over the past day, with more leaving every hour By Peter Aitken | Fox News NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces an increasingly desperate struggle to hold onto his job as his Conservative Party turned against him following yet another scandal.
Georgia grand jury investigating Trump wants testimony from Giuliani, Graham and others (1)
By Kathryn Watson, Graham Kates, Aaron Navarro Updated on: July 6, 2022 / 4:47 AM / CBS News Georgia prosecutor seeks testimony from Trump allies 00:24 Washington - The Georgia prosecutor examining former President Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the state's 2020 election results is seeking to compel several Trump allies, including Rudy Giuliani and Sen.
US, UK Leaders Raise Fresh Alarms About Chinese Espionage (7)
By Associated Press on July 06, 2022 The head of the FBI and the leader of Britain's domestic intelligence agency raised alarms Wednesday about the Chinese government, warning business leaders that Beijing is determined to steal their technology for competitive gain. FBI Director Christopher Wray reaffirmed previous concerns in denouncing economic espionage and hacking operations by China as well as the Chinese
British PM Boris Johnson resists calls for resignation amid Cabinet departures (7)
Danielle Haynes July 6 (UPI) -- British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday rejected calls for his resignation despite growing pressure within his own Cabinet and an avalanche of one-time allies resigning from the government. Johnson vowed to "keep going" during a heated session of the House of Commons on Wednesday.
Top Kremlin official warns U.S. against pressing for tribunal to probe alleged Russian war crimes in Ukraine (2)
Moscow The Associated PressPublished 42 minutes agoUpdated 12 minutes ago Rescuers clear rubble after a Russian missile strike hit the Amstor mall in Kremenchuk, Ukraine, on June 28.GENYA SAVILOV/AFP/Getty Images Share Bookmark Please log in to bookmark this story.Log InCreate Free Account A top Kremlin official warned the U.S.
European Parliament backs gas, nuclear energy as sustainable (2)
Associated Press Wednesday, 6 July 2022, 13:23 Last update: about 32 minutes ago European Union lawmakers voted Wednesday to include natural gas and nuclear in the bloc's list of sustainable activities, backing a controversial proposal from the bloc's executive arm that has been drawing fierce criticism from environment groups. The European Commission earlier this year made the proposal as part of its
MI5, FBI chiefs warn over China in rare joint address (9)
Author: AFP Update: 06.07.2022 23:10 Ken McCallum, director general of MI5, Britain's domestic intelligence agency. / © AFP The heads of MI5 and the Federal Bureau of Investigation warned Wednesday about China's commercial espionage thrust in the West, in a rare joint address at the British intelligence service's London headquarters. Speaking to an audience of officials and business executives in Thames