Nicosia [Cyprus], August 2 (ANI). Diplomatic pressure is increasing on the state of Israel to give convincing explanations on the nature of its relationship with the NSOPegasus spyware system, following the revelations of an international investigative report by a team of 80 journalists working for 17 media organizations in ten countries ... Ziv adds ... .
Rescue ships picked up more than 700 people trying to cross the Mediterranean in makeshift vessels this weekend, mainly off the coasts of Libya and Malta, a migrant aid group said Sunday ...SOSMediterranee said that its vessel, the OceanViking, had carried out six separate operations in international waters since Saturday ... .
Tsimanouskaya released a video via social media on Sunday claiming that Belarusian authorities were "forcibly" trying to make her return to her home country ... The Belarusian opposition sports Solidarity Fund said that Tsimanouskaya wanted to seek asylum in Europe as she was allegedly being forced to leave Tokyo without her consent ... ....
A massive fire broke out on the Greek island of Rhodes on Sunday, leaving large parts of the island without power and water. The fire threatens the famed Valley of the Butterflies, the military base of Kalamona, and the village of Psinthos, all of which have been evacuated ... Additional firefighters are expected from Samos and Athens ... to evacuate ... Tags ... .
A Belarusian sprinter refused to get on a flight from Tokyo last night after being taken to the airport against her wishes by her team following her complaints about national coaching staff at the Olympic Games. Krystsina Tsimanouskaya (24) was still at Tokyo’s Haneda airport in the early hours of today ... “I will not return to Belarus.”.
Without a doubt, water is the most abundant resource on Earth. After all, it covers over 70% of the planet - yet despite this we are facing a looming crisis as a species. Climate change, global conflict and overpopulation are just some of the factors that are devastating the water supply in many areas around the world ... 'Basic human right' ... .
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK. Greenland's ice sheet has experienced a "massive melting event" during a heat wave that has seen temperatures more than 10 degrees above seasonal norms, according to Danish researchers ... And Nerlerit Inaat Airport in the northeast of the territory recorded 23.4 degrees on Thursday, the highest recorded there since records began ... .
America has launched emergency airlifts for Afghans who worked with its armed forces and diplomats, evacuating hundreds who are still waiting for their visas to the United States on military flights ... Some have been in limbo for years. There is increasing concern about the fate of Afghan allies in the UK too ... Reuse this content. .
KANDAHAR. Afghan forces fought fierce street battles and bombed Taliban positions on Sunday while insurgents swarmed major cities as they stepped up their nationwide offensive ...Fighting has surged across Afghanistan since early May when US-led foreign forces began a final withdrawal that is now almost complete ... “You can see dead bodies on the streets.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Iran's outgoing president on Sunday acknowledged his nation at times “did not tell part of the truth” to its people during his eight-year tenure, as he prepares to leave office with his signature nuclear deal with world powers in tatters and tensions high with the West... .