Switzerland Expands Sanctions Against Russia, Aligns with EU Measures

The Swiss Ministry of Economy announced that the new sanctions will target prominent businessmen, propagandists, armed forces and judiciary members, individuals responsible for deporting Ukrainian children, and Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) members

Europe’s Air Defense Gap: NATO’s Stark Warning and the Push for a Unified Response

Currently, Europe possesses merely five percent of the air defense resources required to protect its eastern flank, a vulnerability that Russia's ongoing aggression against Ukraine has dramatically highlighted

European Union Population Trends: Growth, Decline, and Shifting Densities

While some countries have witnessed substantial population growth, such as France and Spain, which each recorded a remarkable increase of 6.3 million people, others have faced declines

Greece Asserts Stance, Declines to Supply Ukraine with Air Defense Systems

The decision not to supply Ukraine with air defense systems reflects Greece's careful calibration of its foreign policy objectives, weighing the imperative to support allies against the need to protect its own security interests

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.

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French Military Intelligence Reports Spike in Foreign Interference

The French military intelligence agency, DRSD, has released a report highlighting a significant surge in foreign interference targeting the defense sector in 2023, with increased incidents of cyber thefts, blackmail, and fake job interviews primarily from Chinese and Russian actors

Greece Battles Record-Breaking Heatwave: Train Services Disrupted and Public Advised to Stay Vigilant

"Repairs are planned for when temperatures decrease," stated a spokesperson for the railway management. "The condition of the entire rail network is currently under review to ensure safety and prevent further disruptions"

France’s Basketball Teams Face Mixed Results in Pre-Olympic Warm-Up Against Serbia

Despite early contributions from rising star Victor Wembanyama, who scored seven of France's first nine points, the team ultimately succumbed to Serbia with a final score of 67-79

Carla Bruni-Sarkozy Charged in Witness Tampering Case Linked to Nicolas Sarkozy’s Libyan Financing Investigation

Bruni-Sarkozy is accused of acting as an intermediary between her husband and Michèle Marchand, a well-known figure in the celebrity press and alleged orchestrator of an operation aimed at securing the withdrawal of Takieddine's allegations

PSG Makes €200 Million Bid for Napoli Stars Kvaratskhelia and Osimhen Following Mbappé’s Exit

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) has submitted a staggering €200 million bid for Napoli's standout players Khvicha Kvaratskhelia and Victor Osimhen