Top 10 world news: Iran nuclear deal latest, Putin on Gorbachev, more news

Last Updated on 3 months by Mukesh The revival of the contentious Iran Nuclear deal has been months in the making, now EU has expressed hope that the deal should happen in the next few days. However, in the face of EU optimism Iran has demanded ‘stronger guarantees’. In other news, the Russia-Ukraine war and US […]

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‘We don’t have to live with monkeypox’: WHO says the outbreak can be stopped

Last Updated on 3 months by Mukesh As per a World Health Organization (WHO) update, more than 50,000 cases of monkeypox have been recorded in the global outbreak that the world is battling.  WHO figures on Wednesday show that transmission is slowing in the virus hotspots of Europe and the United States, reported AFP.  Speaking […]

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US approves Moderna and Pfizer shots targeting omicron variant of Covid

Last Updated on 3 months by Mukesh In an effort to stop a new wave of dreaded illnesses this winter, US officials on Wednesday approved enhanced Covid-19 immunizations made by Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech that specifically target the most recent strains of the Omicron form.  The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced in a statement that […]

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Australia: Anti-vaxxers forced to pay $214,023 in legal costs 

Last Updated on 3 months by Mukesh A group of anti-vaxxers in Australia has been ordered to pay up USD 214,023 after the case in which they sued state and federal governments. The case was thrown out of the court, as per reports in Australian media. The anti-vaxxers had opposed the vaccine and mask mandates […]

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Biden assures Lapid, US will never allow Iran to acquire nuclear weapons

Last Updated on 3 months by Mukesh As per the White House, President Joe Biden assured Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid on Wednesday that the United States would never permit Iran to develop nuclear weapons. Washington is being sought after by Tehran for stronger guarantees in order to revive a nuclear agreement with major powers.  […]

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Imam to be expelled from France for ‘hate speech’

Last Updated on 3 months by Mukesh France top administrative court has given a go-ahead for an imam to be expelled to Morocco. The iman is accused of hate speech, according to interior minister Gerald Darmanin. Hassan Iquioussen “will be expelled from the national territory” in “a great victory for the republic,” said Darmanin on […]

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Gazprom makes $41.75 billion in profits in first six months, announces dividend for shareholders

Last Updated on 3 months by Mukesh A day before Gazprom shut the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline, the Russian-state-owned company announced it had made a staggering profit of $41.75 billion, in the first six months of 2022.  Reportedly, the energy major has also proposed a dividend of $0.85 per share for its shareholders, taking the […]

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Queen to receive new UK prime minister at Scottish retreat

Last Updated on 3 months by Mukesh Queen Elizabeth II will receive the new UK prime minister at her Scottish Balmoral retreat instead of Buckingham Palace next Tuesday due to ongoing “mobility issues”, the palace said Wednesday. It will be the first so-called “kissing of the hands” ceremony to take place away from central London […]

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HMS Prince of Wales: Britain’s warship halted as propeller shaft wasn’t greased properly, says report

Last Updated on 3 months by Mukesh HMS Prince of Wales, Britain’s biggest warship, recently suffered a mechanical issue shortly after leaving southern England. The Royal Navy described the trip as a “landmark mission” off the coast of North America and in the Caribbean.  However, it is learned that the warship, which cost £3 billion, […]

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EU talks of nuclear deal in ‘days’, Iran wants ‘stronger guarantees’

Last Updated on 3 months by Mukesh European Union’s policy chief Josep Borell has expressed hope that the Iran nuclear deal could be revived “in the coming days,” however Tehran has asked for “stronger guarantees”. After receiving “reasonable” responses to his proposed text from Iran and the United States, Borell said, “I am hoping that […]

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