Russian forces make no progress in Bakhmut, Avdiivka, Ukraine

The claims of Russian officials are advancing in the eastern cities The UN nuclear chief will visit the Zaporizhzhia plant on Wednesday Russia’s participation in the Olympics controversial March 29 (Reuters) – Russian forces are relentless in their efforts to recapture the bombed eastern Ukrainian towns of Bakhmut and Avdiivka but have made no progress, … Read more

China threatens retaliation if the speaker of the US House of Representatives meets with the president of Taiwan

BEIJING/TAIPEI, March 29 (Reuters) – China on Wednesday threatened retaliation if U.S. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy meets with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen during her planned transit to the United States next month, saying any such move would be a “provocation.” . China, which claims democratically-ruled Taiwan as its own territory, has repeatedly warned US officials … Read more

Clashes as French protesters demonstrate against Macron’s pension law

The government rejected the trade unions’ demand to suspend the bill Protesters are angry about the bill and Macron Traffic hubs, the energy sector are affected by strikes PARIS/NANTES, France, March 28 (Reuters) – Groups dressed in black set trash cans on fire and threw bullets at police in Paris who responded with tear gas … Read more

Two killed in knife attack in central Lisbon’s Ismaili

LISBON, March 28 (Reuters) – At least two people were killed and one wounded in a knife attack at an Ismaili center in Lisbon on Tuesday, Portuguese police and a Muslim community leader said. Police shot the assailant when he refused to put down his weapon and approached them with a large knife. He was … Read more

“We are all Chinese,” Taiwan’s former president says during a visit to China

NANJING, China, March 28 (Reuters) – People on both sides of the Taiwan Strait are ethnically Chinese and share a common ancestor, Taiwan’s former president Ma Ying-jeou said on Tuesday at the start of a historic visit to China that has drawn criticism from Taiwan’s ruling party. Ma, who served from 2008 to 2016, is … Read more

Angry young people challenge Macron and his pension law

PARIS, March 27 (Reuters) – Teenager Charles Chauliac is angry that French President Emmanuel Macron plans to delay retirement for hard-working people like his parents and that he bypassed parliament to do so. Most nights in recent weeks, the 18-year-old has taken to the streets of Paris to try to force a U-turn. He marches … Read more

Russians are angry after a Ukrainian drone was dropped on their homes

KIREYEVSK, Russia, March 27 (Reuters) – Residents of the small Russian town of Kireyevsk expressed shock and anger on Monday after an alleged Ukrainian drone had fallen on their houses, bringing down roofs and roofs and putting their lives at risk. “It’s absolutely outrageous to shoot it down over a residential area. The field is … Read more

Israel’s government is in chaos as legal reform plans spark mass protests

The expected Netanyahu statement was postponed According to a source in the ruling party, the prime minister expects to abolish the legislation The dismissal of the ministers gathered tens of thousands of protesters JERUSALEM, March 27 (Reuters) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition plunged into chaos on Monday after mass protests over the firing … Read more

In inflation-stricken Germany, a massive wage strike is paralyzing traffic

BERLIN/FRANKFURT, March 27 (Reuters) – A widespread strike in Germany was due to begin early on Monday, crippling public transport and airports in one of the biggest walkouts in decades as Europe’s biggest economy grapples with rising inflation. In the hours before the strike, both sides dug in their heels as union chiefs warned the … Read more

Spain urges ‘fire tourists’ to stay away from wildfires

BARRACAS, Spain, March 26 (Reuters) – Authorities urged “fire tourists” to stay away from fires raging in eastern Spain on Sunday, saying spectators were putting themselves at risk and disrupting efforts to put out the flames. More than 500 firefighters, supported by 20 planes and helicopters, battled the blaze four days after it broke out … Read more