The Guardian looking at the fourth week of June 2022

Did Boris Johnson’s survival of a no-confidence vote cause you to emit a bloodcurdling midsummer night’s scream?

The Week from Thursday 16 June – Wednesday 22 June

From sex assaults to LGBTQ people, abortions, school shootings and war in the East of Europe.

Bloomberg’s view on the world for the fourth week of June 2022

June 27 G-7 Latest: Oil-Price Cap in Focus as Zelenskiy Addresses Summit Dazzling Mountain Views Can’t Hide Darker Mood Among G-7 Leaders US Resuscitates Bid at G-7 to Counter China’s Belt and Road Ban on New Gold Imports From Russia Seen as ‘Largely Symbolic’ Follow our latest coverage of the G-7 summit here. Russia defaultsContinue reading “Bloomberg’s view on the world for the fourth week of June 2022”

Point 92: Terrorist Putin will increase the escalation

Originally posted on Levkiv@Info:
Last week, Kremlin terrorist Putin held talks with Alexander Lukashenko, the illegitimate president of Belarus. The negotiations did not proceed as smoothly and in such a friendly atmosphere as it might seem. There was even a moment when Putin wanted to poop in his portable case (suitcase) and, having interrupted…

The Guardian’s view on the world 4th week of May 2022

Whilst the UK consumer confidence falls to lowest level since 1974 the Guardian looks at the fourth week o May

Ukraine’s week of 2022 March 21-27 in view

Looking at what is going on in Ukraine, day by day, at the end of March, after one month of war.

Lithuania declared a state of emergency over the security threat

In related news, the Baltic countries issued a joint statement condemning the Russian invasion, bne IntelliNews reports. “We, the foreign ministers of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania condemn in the strongest possible way the open large-scale Russian aggression against the independent, peaceful, and democratic Ukraine,” the statement from Lithuania’s Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis said. Lithuania alsoContinue reading “Lithuania declared a state of emergency over the security threat”

Are we shambling into WWIII?

Originally posted on ShamblingApocalypse.com:
World War I started with the assassination of Arch Duke Ferdinand by Serbian extremists. This shows that even in the beginning of the 20th century the world was so interconnected that an assassination in Bosnia could lead to a world war. Of course this happened because there was great tension…

Middle East migrants lured into thinking Belarus would provide a gateway to Europe

The last few days we come to see how people are brought into terrible circumstances. On VTM last night we also saw how the Flemish reporter was halted by the Polish police, brought away from the border and heard how he and his crew got fined. Strange such a silencing of the press happening inContinue reading “Middle East migrants lured into thinking Belarus would provide a gateway to Europe”

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