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NATO wants to arm itself against the threat of authoritarian China and Russia

NATO faces “systemic rivalry” from assertive and authoritarian powers like China and Russia. That also affects the alliance’s security, NATO…

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Putin responded to allegations of unleashing cyberwar against the US

President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with NBC, the accusations that Russia is allegedly waging a cyber war against…

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Pope Francis calls Mediterranean Sea ‘largest graveyard’ in Europe

The Mediterranean Sea is the largest cemetery in Europe. Pope Francis said this during his Sunday Mass in St. Peter’s…

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First Chinese fly to Heavenly Palace space station

China is building a Heavenly Palace, its space station orbiting the Earth, and the first residents will leave there next…

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“Main strength” of Russian army was called the weakness of US

Electronic warfare (EW) has not received the attention it deserves in the US Army since the Cold War

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Child labour has increased worldwide for the first time in 20 years

Today, June 12, is International Day Against Child Labor, and the UN warns that the coronavirus crisis threatens to push…

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5 days after vote, still no winner in Peru: observers contradict alleged fraud

Five days after Peru’s presidential election, there is still no winner. So Peru’s interim president called for calm while observers…

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Why Spanish teachers stand in front of the class in skirts or dress

In some country, the dress style of girls in the classroom is under discussion. In Spain, the male teachers themselves…

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A woman walks 8,046 km(!) from Ukraine to Wales

A woman from Wales has walked a whopping 8,046 kilometres. Ursula Martin departed from the Ukrainian capital Kyiv three years…

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Biden will point out to Putin consequences of Russia’s “aggressive actions”

US President Joe Biden will tell his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on June 16 in Geneva what awaits Moscow in…

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Japanese Olympic Committee member commits suicide

The head of the accounting department of the Japanese Olympic Committee committed suicide. The tragedy took place on June 7th.

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Mexico’s bloody Election Day: Severed head thrown into polling station, 5 poll workers killed

A remarkable amount of bloodshed marked the elections in Mexico on Sunday. In Terrazas del Valle, near the northwestern city…

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