[Editorial] Do not be impatient (2)
Easing NK sanctions should be last resort as Yoon pushes Audacious Initiative By Korea Herald Published : Aug 18, 2022 - 05:30 Regarding President Yoon Suk-yeol's "Audacious Initiative," the presidential office said that the administration would seek to give economic aid even in the early stages of negotiations if North Korea engages in nuclear talks with sincerity. The office also said that if needed, the administration would consult the
Russian embassy warns EU state it might end up in debt (1) 18 Aug 2022, 05:17 GMT+10 Talk of "reparations" over Soviet rule could see Latvia owing Moscow money rather than the other way around, the diplomats said The Russian embassy in Riga has poked fun at Latvian media reports that a state commission is working on establishing "damages" from the Soviet "occupation" of the Baltic state, which is now a member of the EU and NATO. If Latvians really wanted reparations from occupiers, they shouldn't give a
'Nowhere to hide' if war comes to Taiwan's front-line islands (2)
Illustration shows Chinese and Taiwanese flags Oops! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Ann Wang and Aleksander Solum August 18, 2022, 4:02 AM In this article: Oops! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Nancy Pelosi Speaker of the United States House of Representatives By Ann Wang and Aleksander Solum NANGAN/DONGYIN, Taiwan (Reuters) - On Taiwan's windswept Matsu islands,
WHO Chief Calls Tigray Worst Humanitarian, Man-made Disaster on Earth (1)
August 17, 2022 3:40 PM Lisa Schlein GENEVA - The director-general of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said Wednesday that Ethiopia's conflict-ridden province of Tigray is the worst humanitarian and man-made disaster on Earth. The WHO chief said more than 6 million people in Tigray have been under siege by Ethiopia and Eritrea for nearly two years.
Chinese cars conquer Kazakhstan as Russian imports end (1)
Within months of entering the Kazakh market last year, Chery became a top seller. / Chery. By Almaz Kumenov for Eurasianet August 17, 2022 Chinese carmakers are seizing market share in Kazakhstan amid shortages of cars and parts from Russia due to sanctions. Astana Motors, a dealer with outlets across the country, announced last week it would soon begin importing units from Chongqing-based manufacturer
Man, 77, visiting Milwaukee with his wife falls to his death after drawbridge opens (1)
Syndication: Journal Sentinel (Mike De Sisti / USA Today Network) (Mike De Sisti) Minyvonne Burke August 17, 2022, 5:12 PM A 77-year-old man visiting Milwaukee with his wife was killed this week when the drawbridge he was walking across began to open, causing him to plunge to his death. Richard Charles Dujardin, of Providence, Rhode Island, was about halfway across a bridge near Kilbourn Avenue and Riverwalk Walk on Monday when it
Only absolute transparency and controlled situation at and around ZNPP can guarantee return to normal nuclear safety - address of President of Ukraine (1)
17 August 2022 - 21:41 Dear Ukrainians! Diplomacy in the interests of our country is very active these days. First of all, today a ceremony of presenting credentials to the new ambassadors of foreign countries who arrived to work in our capital was held in the Sophia of Kyiv.
OpenText CEO sees opportunity as economic 'poly-crisis' weighs on tech sector (1)
OpenText is planning to grow its workforce as other tech companies cut back amid fears of an economic downturn Author of the article: The Logic Murad Hemmadi Aug 17, 2022 o Mark Barrenechea, CEO of OpenText, at the company's office in Ottawa in 2016.
Drug scandal shakes elite Norwegian unit (1) 18 Aug 2022, 03:11 GMT+10 Dozens of troopers were sacked over cocaine and ecstasy use, the their chief has revealed Thirty members of Norway's royal guard unit have been dismissed after using illegal drugs while on leave, royal guard commanding officer Trond Robert Forbregd told Norwegian broadcaster NRK on Wednesday. Forbregd said that the military was tipped off about illegal drugs being consumed at a private party over the summer.
17.08.22 22:54 Russia is not interested in negotiations, it is interested in full domination in Ukraine, - Zelensky (1)
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky believes that Russia speaks the language of ultimatums. "They were capturing and torturing our people and then issuing an ultimatum - what else do we need to do, after which they won't go back," he said Wednesday, speaking to students at Chilean educational institutions, reports Censor.NЕТ with reference to рress service of Head of State. "They are not interested in any intermediaries.