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Europe · Bulgaria

Bulgaria expels 70 Russian diplomatic staff over espionage concerns

56% Center coverage: 9 sources
The move is an unprecedentedly decisive step against the Kremlin in a country where ties to Moscow run deep. Outgoing Prime Minister Kiril Petkov has complained that the Russians along with Bulgaria's own sometimes Moscow-linked mafia helped topple him in a vote of no confidence last week.See the Story
Europe · Brussels

NATO aims to cut emissions by 45% by 2030, be carbon neutral by 2050

43% Left coverage: 7 sources
NATO aims to cut its civilian and military greenhouse gas emissions by at least 45% by 2020. Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg announced the first emissions targets for the organisation. "It will not be easy, but it can be done," he said in a speech on the sidelines of the NATO summit in Madrid.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

U.S. to provide nearly $55 mln more humanitarian aid for Afghanistan

38% Right coverage: 8 sources
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the United States would provide nearly $55 million in additional immediate humanitarian assistance in response to last week's Afghanistan earthquake. The new funding brings total U.s. humanitarian assistance to over $774 million in the last year.See the Story
NATO · Ukraine

Germany and Netherlands to supply six more howitzers to Kyiv

Coverage: 5 sources
Each country will provide three of the artillery weapons. On top of 12 howitzers the countries have already sent to Ukraine. "We show our resolve and our commitment to Ukraine, and not to give in to this Russian aggression," Dutch defence minister says. Germany will provide one division, some 15,000 troops, for these forces, including around 65 planes and 20 ships.See the Story
UN Security Council · Ukraine

Zelensky urged the UN to deprive Russia of powers in the General Assembly for violation of the Charter

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky: Russia has no right to stay in the UN Security Council. UN Charter provides for possibility of establishing a special international tribunal to investigate the crimes committed by Russian occupiers on the Ukrainian land. Zelenski: Russia violates the fundamental principles of the UN and the international legal order, it has not yet been held accountable precisely at the global level.See the Story
UN Security Council · Kremenchuk

UN Security Council countries strongly condemned Russian missile strikes on peaceful cities of Ukraine

Six countries of the UN Security Council, as well as Ukraine, issued a joint statement strongly condemning Russian missile attacks on Ukrainian cities, including in the shopping center of Kremenchuk, and expressed full support for the Ukrainian people. — Ukrinform.See the Story
Saanich · Saanich

Armed bank robbery in Canada - dead and wounded

Two armed intruders were killed and six law enforcement officers were injured during an attempt to rob a bank in Saanich in western Canada.See the Story

Recordings from cameras refute the statements of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation regarding the strike on Kremenchug

Records from CCTV cameras in Kremenchuk refute the statement of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation that the Amstor shopping center, where more than 20 people died, broke out allegedly not from a Russian missile, but from detonation in a warehouse of western ammunition. — Ukrinform.See the Story

In the south of the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed more than 20 invaders, “Hurricane” and three units of enemy armored vehicles

The enemy in the operating zone “South” continues to conduct hostilities at the same positions and in the usual tactics of insidious long-range or aviation shelling not only of Ukrainian units, but also peaceful or liberated settlements. — Ukrinform.See the Story
Kherson · Kherson

In Novotroitske in Kherson region Russians hung out tricolor

In Novotroitske, Kherson region, Russian invaders hung a tricolor on the building of the village council. - Ukrinform.See the Story
Ukraine · Ukraine

Canada will provide Ukraine with a loan for $150 million

Canada will provide Ukraine with a soft loan of 200 million Canadian dollars (about $150 million) to support immediate government spending needs. — UkrinformSee the Story
Ukraine · Ukraine

In times of war, the Constitution is a guarantee of independence and integrity of Ukraine

In times of war, the Basic Law becomes a pillar and a guarantee that Ukraine is an independent, untouchable and integral country. — Ukrinform.See the Story

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