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    Earthquake in Morocco Felt in Portugal, Spain, and Algeria

    An earthquake in Morocco was also felt in neighboring countries Portugal, Spain, and Algeria. Reports indicate that the tremors were felt in various regions, but no significant damages or casualties have been reported so far.

    Devastating Flooding Takes Lives and Causes Destruction in Central Greece

    The flood-stricken regions of central Greece continue to face the aftermath of the storm system “Daniel,” with the death toll rising to ten and several people still missing.

    EU Politicians Call for Swift Aid in the Wake of Severe Storms

    European Union politicians have urged for prompt aid to be provided to the countries affected by the recent severe storms in Southeast Europe.

    The African Union Joins the G20: A Step Towards Inclusive Global Governance

    The inclusion of the African Union as a permanent member of the G20 is a significant achievement that recognizes Africa’s growing importance in the global economy.

    Kremlin Calls Seizure of Russian Citizens’ Assets in the US Illegal

    The Russian government has labeled the recent asset seizures targeting Russian citizens in the United States as illegal.

    Armenia’s Joint Military Exercise with the United States Signals Shift in Foreign Policy Amid Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

    Armenia’s decision to hold a joint military exercise with the United States against the backdrop of the ongoing Nagorno-Karabakh conflict marks a significant shift in the country’s foreign policy.

    Blinken in Kyiv: A Strong Commitment to Ukraine’s Future

    US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s visit to Kyiv underscores the United States’ unwavering support for Ukraine and its determination to help the country overcome current security challenges.

    Jill Biden Tests Positive for Covid-19 with Mild Symptoms, President Biden Tests Negative

    In a recent development, it has been confirmed that Jill Biden, the First Lady of the United States, has tested positive for Covid-19.

    Putin Insists on Demands from the West: Talks on Grain Agreement Remain Unsuccessful

    During a meeting in Sochi, Russian President Putin and Turkish President Erdogan discussed the revival of the grain agreement. However, Putin stood firm on his demands, emphasizing that the agreement would only be reinstated if all Russian requirements were met.

    “Russia’s Disinterest Casts Doubt on Revival of Russian-Ukrainian Grain Agreement”

    Security expert Claudia Major expresses skepticism about the likelihood of reviving the Ukrainian grain agreement with Russia, citing Russia’s lack of willingness.

    United States: Elizabeth Holmes, founder of Theranos and fallen star of...

    The 38-year-old entrepreneur claimed to have developed a revolutionary machine for performing blood tests. The scam was exposed in 2015. Elizabeth Holmes, on November 18,...