The family of a Belgian aid worker says their son, who is jailed in Iran, has gone on a hunger strike to protest the "inhumane" conditions of his incarceration, which they say "amount to the equivalent of torture."
Biden says he is confident that industrial action can be averted
Delivery of weapons, and launching new production lines have to be made faster since the war goes on — Ukraine’s MFA.
Ukraine’s Minister of Foreign Affairs stated this in the press brief during the meeting of the NATO ministers in Bucharest on 29 November 2022. He also said that this issue was discussed during the meeting. “The last time I was invited...
Germany has provided EUR 56 million to Ukraine for the repair of its energy infrastructure.
The lava spewing from the Mauna Loa volcano is flying as high as 60 metres into the sky.
Three more vessels carrying 61,000 tonnes of agricultural products for countries in Asia and Europe have departed from Ukraine's Black Sea ports.
According to Opta, Canada is the third team to lose its first five World Cup matches, joining Mexico (which lost its first nine) and El Salvador (lost six).
Justice Minister David Lametti issued the Berlin Declaration alongside other G7 justice ministers, which pledged 'no impunity for war crimes and other atrocities.'
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba calls on NATO countries to make decisions on the launch of production lines and arms supplies to Ukraine more quickly
Iran has blamed foreign foes and their agents for the unrest. Its judiciary chief last month ordered judges to issue tough sentences for the "main elements of riots.”
Conservative Sen. Salma Ataullahjan has persuaded her colleagues on the upper chamber's human rights committee to hold hearings next month on the rules.
On November 30, at 11:00 a.m., a briefing will be held on the topic: "Operational situation in Donetsk region."
NATO will provide Ukraine with additional non-lethal support, including fuel and generators, as Putin is trying to weaponise winter.
G7 ministers agree to closer co-operation on investigations
Maryya Kalesnikava, a leading opposition activist in Belarus who was sentenced to 11 years in prison in September 2021, has been transferred to a hospital and is currently being treated for unspecified illness in an intensive care unit.
The world’s largest security organisation is meeting in Romania to drum up more aid for Ukraine
During the day, the aviation of the Defense Forces of Ukraine launched nine strikes on the enemy personnel, weapons and military equipment clusters and the anti-aircraft missile system positions.
As winter approaches, Ukraine has 14 billion cubic meters of gas in its storage facilities and 1.3 million tonnes of coal reserves.
Russia creates defensive lines to repel Ukrainian counteroffensive in southern Ukraine, Crimea included.
Russia is creating a full-fledged fortified area in southern Ukraine, all the way down to Crimea, the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) reports. This indicates that Russia is taking the threat of Ukraine recapturing the occupied peninsula...
On November 29, representatives of the Lviv Regional Council voted to ban the activities of religious organizations (associations) of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate) on the territory of the Lviv Region. The regional council als...