Israel’s legal crisis worries some business leaders

Israel is cooling down after weeks of intense protests. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday he would delay legislation that critics say would weaken the judiciary. Some CEOs are seriously worried about what the turmoil will mean for businesses in Israel. Protesters gather in front of Israel’s parliament in Jerusalem on March 27, 2023, calling … Read more

Ukraine’s Zelensky: Any Russian victory could be dangerous

ON A TRAIN FROM SUMY TO KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned Tuesday that unless his people win a protracted battle in a key eastern city, Russia could begin building international support for a deal that could require Ukraine to make a deal. unacceptable compromises. He also invited the leader of China, … Read more

The President of Ukraine continues his tour of the frontline areas of the war

OKHTYRKA, Ukraine (AP) – Ukraine’s president visited the Sumy region of northern Ukraine on Tuesday, continuing his tour in recent days of areas of the country that have felt the brunt of Russia’s full-scale offensive. and as the stage looks increasingly set for a Ukrainian counteroffensive. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy met with officials and local people … Read more

The Army is quickly planning new ads after the arrest of Jonathan Majors

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Army is scrambling for new recruiting ads to run during the NCAA Final Four basketball games this weekend after it was forced to pull ads featuring actor Jonathan Majors following his arrest. last saturday Army leaders were excited to feature the majors in ads as a key part of their new … Read more

Dollar General in settlement talks over security breaches

The exterior of a Dollar General convenience store is seen on March 16, 2023 in Austin, Texas. Brandon Bell | Getty Images Dollar General is in settlement talks with federal regulators after the discount retailer was labeled a “serious violator” of workplace safety rules, according to a spokeswoman for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. … Read more

Harris in Africa faces the painful past and sees the future

CAPE COAST, Ghana (AP) — Vice President Kamala Harris on Tuesday stepped through the black doors of the colonial seaside fort and down into the dungeons, touring the site where millions of enslaved Africans were held captive before being loaded onto ships bound for America. During his visit to Cape Coast Castle, Harris insisted on … Read more

MI5 raises Northern Ireland terror threat to ‘serious’

Britain’s intelligence agency MI5 has raised the terrorist threat level in Northern Ireland to “severe”. March 28, 2023, 8:30 AM ET • 2 min reading Britain’s MI5 intelligence agency on Tuesday raised the terror threat level in Northern Ireland to “severe” amid increased activity by dissident Irish republican militants. Serious is the second highest rating … Read more

Kim wants North Korea to produce more nuclear material for bombs

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has called on his nuclear scientists to increase production of weapons-grade material to make bombs for his growing arsenal. North Korean photos of the meeting also showed a small new tactical warhead, possibly designed to fit several delivery systems developed in recent years to overwhelm … Read more

Russia says it is testing anti-ship missiles in the Sea of ​​Japan

MOSCOW (AP) – Russia’s Defense Ministry says Moscow has test-fired anti-ship missiles in the Sea of ​​Japan. The ministry said on Tuesday that two boats launched a simulated missile attack on a mock enemy warship about 100 kilometers (60 miles) away. According to the ministry, two Moskit cruise missiles hit the target successfully. The Moskit, … Read more

US-China relations on a dangerous path without mutual trust: Roach, Cohen

William Cohen, a former defense secretary in the Clinton administration, echoed a similar sentiment, saying the dispute between the two sides has reached a “dangerous” level. Beijing views Washington as its “prime enemy” and believes the U.S. intends to block China’s path, said Stephen Roach, a senior fellow at Yale University’s Paul Tsai China Center. … Read more