Save the Children Deutschland shares story of Vanuatu-based 11 years old Noa

The Germany-based non-profit organisation Save the Children Deutschland addressed the sufferings and causes of the people in Vanuatu due to the Cyclone outbreak due to sudden Climate change and shared the story of Noah, an 11-year-old boy living with his family.

Another Ukrainian soldier perished on Bakhmut front

Another Ukrainian soldier was killed in Bakhmut while engaged in combat with Russian forces, according to @INTobservers, a Ukrainian and Russian social media information source

Russo-Ukraine war marks one year; Russia doubled its military budget since 2021

During 2019-2021, Russia increased its military spending, and in 2021 its military budget doubled compared to the previous 2020, reaching almost $ 66 billion, which is 4.1% of the Russian GDP

“Neither we Nor All humanity will always live never”, says Isaev

"Neither we Nor All humanity will always live never", stated Andrey Isaev, Member of the committee of the state of the FA of the Russian Federation on Labour, social policy and veterans affairs, during a television programme while sharing their views over the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war

Croatia: Rijeka Archdiocese provides humanitarian help to migrants at transit points

Every day, around two hundred migrants reportedly arrive in Rijeka by train. Many spend some time near the railway station on their way to other EU countries. NGOs, the city administration and the Rijeka Archdiocese, have reportedly set up a transit point to help migrants and provide them with humanitarian aid

Chancellor Scholz slams Iranian Regime for executing two Iranian protestors

German chancellor Olaf Scholz criticised the Iranian Regime for executing two Iranian protestors, Mohammad Hosseini and Mohammad Mehdi Karami

China: Lack of Covid measures may result in situation like 2020

The Hong Kong Post reported that China is no longer taking preventive steps to prevent the Covid-19 virus spread, and they are their citizens to move and travel as they wish. This could result in a situation similar to 2020 when the infection spread worldwide from a Wuhan lab

Zelenska discussed her actions on television programme

During the interview with Vadim karpâkom for a television programme, Olena Zelenska, the first lady of Ukraine, mentioned what she did in 2022 with the cooperation of several European administrations

Video shows individuals quietly shopping in Ukrainian supermarket despite lacking electricity

Despite the lack of lighting or electricity, people continue to shop peacefully in the supermarket Without panic, screams, hysterics, fights, thefts, and people quietly shop in the supermarket in the absence of electricity

France: President Emannuel announces €76.5 million aid for Ukraine to regain energy fields

French President Emmanuel Macron declared that France would help Ukraine by giving an additional €76.5 million in humanitarian aid to Ukraine in the domains of electricity and energy. He also underlined that the nation has already received €200 million in 2022 to rebuild the energy infrastructure that Russian airstrikes had obliterated.

“I have a wife, I’m having a baby soon, and I won’t die because I love them too much”, says wounded Ukrainian soldier

On his social media accounts, Anton Gerashchenko, a former deputy minister of internal affairs for Ukraine, posted a video showing Ukrainian soldiers transporting a wounded soldier in a car after he was shot during a battle with Russian forces

Ukrainian advisor share video showing Putin saying Ukraine made first move of aggression

Anton Gerashchenko, a former deputy minister of internal affairs for Ukraine, posted a video in which President Vladimir Putin explains why Russia attacked multiple Ukrainian energy infrastructures with missiles and left the targets in the dark

Photo shows a child plugged in inhaler at Petrol station due to Russian strikes destroying power grids

A photo of a baby girl with breathing difficulties being escorted by her parents to a neighbouring gas station in Kyiv to plug in the necessary inhaler for the child quickly became popular on social media

World bank to provide additional $4.5 billion aid to support in Winter

Kira Rudik, a spokesperson for the Ukrainian people, stated in a statement that the World Bank will provide Ukraine with winter support in the amount of $4.5 billion. It is becoming ever more challenging for the Ukrainian people to tolerate the chilly temperatures as Russian missile attacks sabotage the water and power supplies

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Notre-Dame Restoration Nears Completion: A Testament to Resilience and Renewal

According to Philippe Jost, president of the overseeing public establishment, Notre-Dame's grand reopening is set for December 8, 2024. President Macron's vision to rebuild it "even more beautiful" nears fulfillment

Macron Assures Paris Olympics Will Proceed Amid Security Concerns: Plans for Plan B and Plan C Unveiled

Macron disclosed backup plans, including relocating the event to Trocadero Square, opposite the Eiffel Tower. This alternative aims to ensure the ceremony's iconic backdrop while addressing security concerns

Ageing Paris Metro Braces for Olympic Onslaught: 7 Million Visitors Expected

"It's really difficult, and we're not even at the Olympics yet when there are millions of people on it," she remarked, echoing the sentiments of commuters grappling with reduced services since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020

Dr Terrance Drew appreciates wife Diani Jimesha’s philanthropic initiatives

Diani visited several schools and daycares, including KeBabies Child Development and Lousia Grant Pre School in Conaree, Vera’s Day Care and Cayon Day Care in Cayon, Nana’s house and St. Peter’s Day Care in St Peter’s

France Bolsters Olympic Security with 2,000 Foreign Officers Amid Heightened Threats

The decision to bolster security comes in the wake of the tragic incident in Moscow on March 22, where an attack claimed by the Islamic State (IS) group resulted in the loss of at least 144 lives