Sanna Marin, “very honest” assessment in the context of the war in Ukraine: Europe is not strong enough against Moscow

Sanna Marin, “very honest” assessment in the context of the war in Ukraine: Europe is not strong enough against Moscow

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin appreciated Friday, during a visit to Australia, that Europe “is not strong enough” to face Moscow alone, reports France Presse, quoted by Agerpres. Marin made the statement during a review he called “very honest” about Europe’s capabilities in the context of the war in Ukraine, saying “we would have problems … Read more

What Sanna Marin says about Europe’s military capabilities against Russia: “I have to be very honest”

What Sanna Marin says about Europe’s military capabilities against Russia: “I have to be very honest”

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin on Friday gave a “very honest” assessment of Europe’s capabilities in the face of Russia’s war against Ukraine, saying Europe is “not strong enough” to face it alone. against Moscow, reports France Presse. Sanna MarinPhoto: Heikki Saukkomaa / Shutterstock Editorial / Profimedia On a visit to Australia, the leader of … Read more

The “Japanese cannibal” died at the age of 73. The incredible story of Issei Sagawa, who killed and ate a Dutch student, but was only imprisoned for a few years

The “Japanese cannibal” died at the age of 73.  The incredible story of Issei Sagawa, who killed and ate a Dutch student, but was only imprisoned for a few years

Issei Sagawa, nicknamed the “Japanese cannibal” for killing and eating a Dutch student in Paris in 1981, has died aged 73. His crime inspired horror and fascination around the world, notes AFP. The cannibal Issei SagawaPhoto: Everett/ Profimedia Images Sagawa died Nov. 24 of pneumonia and the funeral has already taken place with only his … Read more

Ukraine contradicts von der Leyen on the number of soldiers killed: “We have official estimates from the general staff”

Ukraine contradicts von der Leyen on the number of soldiers killed: “We have official estimates from the general staff”

At most 13,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed since Russia invaded their country in February, an adviser to President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Thursday, quoted by AFP. Ukrainian soldiers use drones against the Russian army in UkraineFoto: EyePress News / Shutterstock Editorial / Profimedia Images “We have official estimates from the general staff (…) They … Read more

Politico: Viktor Orban used Hungarians’ COVID data to boost election campaign

Politico: Viktor Orban used Hungarians’ COVID data to boost election campaign

A Human Rights Watch report shows that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s party used data from citizens who registered for the COVID-19 vaccine to deliver campaign messages ahead of Hungary’s April 2022 elections. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s ruling Fidesz party used data from citizens who registered for the COVID-19 vaccine to spread Fidesz campaign … Read more

Anger in China shatters ‘myth’ of harmony, says former Tiananmen student leader

Anger in China shatters ‘myth’ of harmony, says former Tiananmen student leader

China’s protests against the country’s tough “Covid zero” policy shatter the “myth” of a “harmonious society” and reveal deep discontent with the government, a former student leader told AFP on Thursday. who participated in the Tiananmen Square protests. . COVID in ChinaPhoto: Andy Wong/AP/Profimedia “For the past 30 years, there has been a myth that … Read more

European fighter planes: Dassault finally confirms its agreement with Airbus

European fighter planes: Dassault finally confirms its agreement with Airbus

Dassault Aviation finally confirmed on Thursday that it had taken a step towards the future European fighter plane, after intense Franco-German political pressure to save this ambitious and costly project, writes AFP. Dassault Falcon 7X aircraftPhoto: Christopher Petersen / SplashNews / Profimedia Images “Yes, today it’s done. We have an agreement with Airbus. All the … Read more

Romania’s unknown sea a week before the decisive moment of Schengen accession. All scenarios for JAI Board

​There is still a week to go before the JHA Council where it will have to be decided whether Romania will receive the green light for Schengen, and the authorities in Bucharest have no guarantee, for the moment, that our country’s wait will end. . Schengen areaPhoto: Karaboux / Dreamstime.com While in the case of … Read more

The Times: Olaf Scholz wants Europe to return to the ‘peace order’ that existed with Russia before the war in Ukraine

At a conference on security issues, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Europe must return to the “peace order” that existed with Russia before the war in Ukraine. Scholz also said that Europe must “resolve all common security issues” if Russian President Vladimir Putin renounces aggression against its neighbours, reports the British newspaper The Times, quoted … Read more

VIDEO. The moment 5 lei escaped from a zoo in Sydney

Taronga Zoo in Sydney has released footage of the moment five lions managed to escape. The animals did not venture far and were brought back safe and sound, reports the BBC. An investigation into the November 2 incident is ongoing. The animals – an adult and four cubs – were seen roaming outside their enclosure. … Read more