Migrant dead toll rises to 18 after attempted massive jump on Melilla fence

Migrant dead toll rises to 18 after attempted massive jump on Melilla fence

At least 18 migrants would have died this Friday after the massive attempt to cross the Melilla fence, according to an updated report shared by local Moroccan authorities late at night. “Thirteen irregular migrants injured in the attack on the city of Melilla died at night from their serious injuries,” authorities in northern Morocco’s Nador…

EU calls for autumn summits with rest of continent for strategic alliance ‘from Iceland to Ukraine’

EU calls for autumn summits with rest of continent for strategic alliance ‘from Iceland to Ukraine’

Next autumn, the heads of state and government of the European Union will invite the other heads of state and government of the European continent to a summit in the Czech Republic to create a new political community “from Iceland to Ukraine”, both a forum for discussions as well as a platform for geostrategic alliances…

Putin denounces wheat exports from Ukraine as an “artificially” fueled controversy

Putin denounces wheat exports from Ukraine as an “artificially” fueled controversy

Russian President Vladimir Putin denounced this Friday that the “hysteria” surrounding wheat exports from Ukrainian ports is an “artificially” fueled controversy. “The hysteria is artificially inflated as far as transport through the Black Sea ports is concerned,” criticized Putin in his telematic intervention during a meeting of the BRICS bloc from Brazil, Russia, India, China…

The US Supreme Court scraps the constitutional right to abortion

The US Supreme Court scraps the constitutional right to abortion

The US Supreme Court abolished the country’s constitutional right to abortion after declaring the leaked Roe v. Wade, which for the first time recognized women’s full right to an abortion during the first trimester of pregnancy, a precedent used in the country since 1973. The decision was passed with the approval of the six conservative…

Pro-Russian authorities in Kherson denounce the death of a high-ranking official in a car bomb attack

Pro-Russian authorities in Kherson denounce the death of a high-ranking official in a car bomb attack

File – Ukrainian soldier in a bombed school in the town of Luch near the border with Kherson province, occupied by Russian forces – Vincenzo Circosta / Zuma Press / ContactPhoto Follow live the latest news about the war in Ukraine The Kremlin claims it was an ‘act of terrorism’ The head of the department…

Zelensky emphasizes that once Ukraine has been granted candidate status, it will no longer be a “border between orcs and elves”.

Zelensky emphasizes that once Ukraine has been granted candidate status, it will no longer be a “border between orcs and elves”.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy stressed on Friday that Ukraine will no longer be “a border between orcs and elves” after the Twenty-Seven granted the country candidate status for joining the European Union. “Now it is recognized: Ukraine is not a bridge, not a buffer zone between Europe and Asia, not a sphere of influence, not…

Five people die in another earthquake in eastern Afghanistan

Five people die in another earthquake in eastern Afghanistan

At least five people have died this Friday in a fresh earthquake in Afghanistan’s Paktika (east) province, one of the aftershocks of Tuesday’s devastating earthquake that killed more than 1,100 people and injured 1,600, authorities confirmed. Paktika Governor’s Spokesman Sanaulá Masum has stated that at least five people were killed and 11 injured in this…

The leader of the British Conservative Party resigns after recent election setbacks

The leader of the British Conservative Party resigns after recent election setbacks

The President of the British Conservative Party, Oliver Dowden, handed in his resignation this Friday after the formation’s infamous defeats in this Thursday’s partial elections, which British Prime Minister and Conservative Party leader Boris Johnson took as a sharp touch and drew attention, although he has also indicated his willingness to continue in office after…

Johnson warns that Ukrainians entering Britain illegally could be deported to Rwanda

Johnson warns that Ukrainians entering Britain illegally could be deported to Rwanda

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned that Ukrainians entering the country illegally may be deported and sent to Rwanda, amid full controversy over the deal between the two countries, which has also met with the rejection of the European Court of Justice Human Rights (ECtHR). Johnson had clarified on previous occasions that Ukrainian citizens…

Borrell travels to Iran today to address reactivation of nuclear deal and defends ‘diplomacy as the only way’

Borrell travels to Iran today to address reactivation of nuclear deal and defends ‘diplomacy as the only way’

The European Union’s High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, announced this Friday that he would travel to Iran later today to discuss the possible reactivation of the 2015 nuclear deal and said ” Diplomacy as the only option”. “I am traveling to Iran as the nuclear deal coordinator to meet…

Ukraine brings the number of children killed since the start of the war with Russia to about 340

Ukraine brings the number of children killed since the start of the war with Russia to about 340

FILE – A Ukrainian soldier evacuates a child in Irpin, Ukraine, on March 7, 2022 – Diego Herrera – Europa Press – Archive Follow live the latest news about the war in Ukraine Ukrainian authorities this Friday brought the number of children killed since the start of the Russian invasion, unleashed on February 24 by…