Ukrainian Donbass ‘destroyed’ as Russian artillery and planes step up strikes

Russia intensifies its offensive in Donbass Zelensky says the area is completely destroyed The G7 will send billions more to Ukraine Civil infrastructure damage Senate approves $40 billion in additional aid Kyiv, Ukraine (May 20) (Reuters) – The Ukrainian military said on Friday that Russian forces had bombed areas in eastern Donbass by land and … Read more

Document: Malaysia’s largest exclusive telecom operator seeks majority stake in 5G agency

People use their mobile phones at a university in Semenya, outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, November 3, 2017. REUTERS/Lai Sing Sen/file photo Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Four carriers seek at least 51% of 5G DNB agency – letter to government Telecom operators say majority of ‘most viable’ stocks for deal … Read more

The United States warns that North Korea may receive Biden with nuclear and missile tests

WASHINGTON/SEOUL, May 18 (Reuters) – U.S. intelligence has shown that there may be a North Korean nuclear test, a long-range missile test, or both, before, during, or after President Joe Biden’s trip to South Korea and Japan that begins this week. . US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said on Wednesday. The White House said … Read more

Russia uses new laser weapons in Ukraine and Zelensky mocks ‘wonderful weapon’

Russia indulges in its own secret laser arsenal Zelensky sarcastically compares the use of lasers to the Nazis’ wondrous weapons Satellites 1,500 km away can go blind LONDON (Reuters) – Russia said on Wednesday it was using a new generation of powerful lasers in Ukraine to incinerate drones and deploying some of Moscow’s secret weapons … Read more

Yellen: It is not legal for the United States to seize official Russian assets

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Wednesday that the United States had no legal authority to seize Russian Central Bank assets frozen over its invasion of Ukraine, but was in talks with U.S. partners about ways to make Russia. Pay the bill for post-war reconstruction in Ukraine began. Yellen also said that a special license … Read more

Rescue workers in Burkina Faso found no survivors in the rescue room of the flooded mine

The zinc mine was flooded on April 16 after heavy rain I found the underground rescue room intact but empty Eight miners are still missing The government and the company are investigating the causes of the disaster OUGADOGO (Reuters) – Rescue workers have found no survivors in a deep rescue room inside a flooded zinc … Read more

Finland and Sweden have applied to join NATO and are facing Turkish objections

The request was submitted to NATO headquarters A move was seen redrawing the geopolitical map of Europe The Ukraine war, due to decades of non-alignment, has caused turmoil in politics Countries seeking to resolve Turkish objections to NATO bids BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Finland and Sweden formally applied to join NATO on Wednesday at the allies’ … Read more

Stocks rebound and Treasury yields rise on stronger data

Stocks gain from retail sales, China optimism Dollar falls as risk appetite returns Crude oil dips amid fears of Fed tightening Powell keeps a hawkish message from the Fed NEW YORK (Reuters) – Global stock markets rebounded and Treasury yields rose on Tuesday, as strong retail sales in April signaled economic growth could strengthen, as … Read more

Johnny Depp’s lawyers challenge Amber Heard over abuse allegations

(Reuters) – Lawyers for actor Johnny Depp began questioning Amber Heard in a couple’s defamation trial on Monday, challenging the “Aquaman” star’s allegations that she was physically assaulted before and during their short marriage. Depp’s lawyers provided photos of Heard appearing in public on red carpets and the “James Corden Show” shortly after the times … Read more

Stock markets struggle as worries grow about the economy

LONDON (Reuters) – European shares fell on Monday and Wall Street headed for a lower open, as investor sentiment struggled to recover from last week’s heavy selling amid fears of slowing economic growth. Global stocks hit an 18-month low last week, as investors worried that higher interest rates to counter high inflation would hurt the … Read more