Southern Europe hit by deadly floods (VIDEOS)

Intense flash floods have devastated parts of Bulgaria, Greece, and Türkiye on Tuesday, killing at least seven people. The disaster disrupted traffic on multiple roads and prompted evacuations.  Two victims perished in Istanbul, Türkiye’s largest city, the governor’s office said late on Tuesday. According to officials, the torrents caused by …

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US judge hands down longest Capitol riot sentence yet

Former Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio has been slapped with a 22-year prison term for seditious conspiracy Enrique Tarrio, former leader of the Proud Boys right-wing activist group, has been sentenced to 22 years in federal prison for his role in organizing the January 2021 US Capitol riot to disrupt …

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Running for president would be racist, Biden allies tell Democrats

Party leaders have warned that seeking the presidency if US incumbent drops his re-election bid would “disrespect” Kamala Harris Potential contenders to replace US President Joe Biden as the Democratic Party’s 2024 candidate if the elderly incumbent decides not to seek re-election have been warned by political insiders that competing …

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Spanish coach sacked amid Rubiales kiss fallout

Jorge Vilda was reportedly a close ally of the under-fire federation president Luis Rubiales Jorge Vilda, the Spanish coach who led his country’s female team to victory in last month’s World Cup in Australia, has been fired as the fallout continues from football federation president Luis Rubiales’ apparently non-consensual kiss …

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Corruption undermining Ukraine’s defense – EU country president

Lithuania’s Gitanas Nauseda has said scandals are affecting the West’s willingness to supply Kiev with weapons Corruption scandals in Ukraine are severely damaging its international reputation and its defense capabilities, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda has warned, claiming that Western leaders are having a harder time justifying further weapons shipments to …

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Riots erupt in EU country after Quran-burning protest

Swedish police said they were pelted with rocks and dozens of cars were set alight as violent clashes continued in the coastal city of Malmo on Monday, a day after the latest Quran-burning incident sparked angry protests in the country. “I understand that a public gathering like this arouses strong …

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No alternative to Russian gas for now – EU country leader

Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer said the pipeline system layout in Europe means that Vienna can’t switch to other sources yet Austria is bound to continue receiving the bulk of its gas from Russia in the coming years, Chancellor Karl Nehammer has acknowledged. He added that his government has been taking …

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Olympic chief rebuffs Ukraine’s demand

Thomas Bach says Russian and Belarusian athletes should be allowed to compete at the Paris 2024 games under a neutral flag A total ban on Russian athletes at the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, as called for by Ukraine, is “not possible,” the International Olympic Committee (IOC) president said on …

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Kim Jong-un to meet Putin in Russia – media

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un plans to travel to Russia and meet with President Vladimir Putin this month, the New York Times and Associated Press reported on Monday, citing US and “allied” officials.  According to the NYT, Kim would travel to Vladivostok, a city on Russia’s Pacific Coast, “probably by …

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