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As Russia tensions rise, top-secret NATO nuclear exercise over UK.

Air forces from fourteen nations are scheduled to participate in a "highly sensitive" exercise designed to test the ability of partners to undertake nuclear attacks, the cornerstone of NATO's deterrence policy. The NATO alliance has announced that a nuclear drill involving bomb-dropping aircraft will begin next week over the United...

Rugby World Cup thriller: Wallaroos win Scotland despite red cards.

Australia's Women's Rugby World Cup dreams were revived when Ashley Marsters scored a try in the 73rd minute to secure a remarkable comeback victory against Scotland in their second match of the competition in Whangarei, New Zealand. After their tragic collapse against New Zealand's Black Ferns in the opening round,...

Turkey coal mine explosion kills at least 40, with many more trapped within.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan canceled a planned visit to the southeastern city of Diyarbakir and instead stated he would travel to Amasra to personally coordinate the rescue mission. A coal mine explosion in Turkey has killed at least 40 people, with many more still trapped within. The explosion occurred around 6:45...

Putin says he has “no regrets” about the Ukraine war and warns of a “global disaster” if NATO attacks.

Following rumors of Vladimir Putin's willingness to negotiate a temporary peace agreement with Kyiv, the Russian president stated that mediation efforts would be necessary if Ukraine is "ready for discussions." Vladimir Putin has stated that he has "no" regrets regarding the war in Ukraine and has warned that any confrontation...

Luis Figo: “I had it all at Barcelona; transferring to Real Madrid was detrimental.”

"I was a guinea pig," admits the sport's first galáctico with a trace of a smile on his face. Luis Figo was the world's most expensive player during his prime. Over the course of 20 years, he participated in over 900 matches, earned 127 international caps, scored over 150...

Robbie Coltrane: Hagrid and Cracker actor’s death tributes

Coltrane was recognized for his roles as the Hogwarts gamekeeper Hagrid in the Harry Potter film series and the criminal psychologist Dr. Eddie 'Fitz' Fitzgerald in the television crime drama. Robbie Coltrane, the actor in Harry Potter and Cracker, has died at the age of 72. On Friday, the Scottish-born actor...

Cost of living crisis: 1.8 million youngsters face lower-quality school meals as food prices climb.

The government has been urged to expand eligibility for free school meals to all children whose parents get Universal Credit. According to a new poll, the rising cost of food is threatening the quality of school lunches for almost 1.8 million pupils. Since May 2022, according to LACA, food prices have...

Jeremy Hunt: We must make challenging choices.

According to the next chancellor, difficult decisions would be required "across the board" about taxes and expenditures. Jeremy Hunt told that certain taxes will increase, while government spending may have to decrease. According to him, Kwasi Kwarteng made two errors in his mini-budget: reducing the maximum tax rate and announcing it without...

Red Roses defeat France in a brutal Rugby World Cup clash

England has yet to be defeated in 27 Tests, and their World Cup train continues to move on. However, this serves as a timely reminder that competition at the highest level may be fierce and that nothing comes easily on the grandest stage. Even though France was defeated, their...

Cost of living: Resolution Foundation forecasts millions would pay over £5,000 on mortgages in two years.

Additionally, the think tank stated that a period of higher interest rates will create "winners" and "losers," with some individuals able to gain from the rising rates. A renowned think tank has warned that more than five million homeowners could see their annual mortgage payments increase by an average of...

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Urgent regulations needed to prevent space race war

To avert a nuclear war triggered by the 'Wild West' competition for space resources, the international community needs immediate regulations, warned a British expert who contributed to NASA's Mars mission.

Meta forms team against EU election disinformation

Marco Pancini, Head of EU affairs at Meta, stated that the "EU-specific Elections Operations Centre" would bring together experts from across the company to tackle misinformation, influence operations, and threats stemming from the misuse of artificial intelligence.

Arsenal player David Raya trains XL bullies to protect his property

In England and Wales, it became illegal to own an XL bully dog without an exemption certificate at the beginning of this month. Reports indicate that Arsenal goalkeeper David Raya has been protected by an XL Rottweiler dog after several footballers' homes were reportedly targeted by criminals.

At least 15 slain in Burkina Faso Catholic church attack

The violence on Sunday in the village of Essakane was described as a "terrorist attack" by the vicar-general of the Catholic Diocese of Dori, Essakane, Abbot Jean-Pierre Sawadogo. He stated that twelve attendees were killed at the scene, and three more succumbed to their wounds while being treated.

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