No survivors in Robinson helicopter crash in Kamchatka VIDEO
No one survived the Robinson helicopter crash in Kamchatka, the Emergencies Ministry of Russia told TASS on Sunday. Earlier, emergencies officials said the bodies of a pilot and two passengers had been found at the scene of the ...
Turkish, French presidents discuss Istanbul talks on Ukraine grain exports
The presidents of Türkiye and France discussed the decisions taken to facilitate Ukrainian grain exports at four-way talks held in Istanbul, the Turkish Communications Directorate said on Saturday, according to Anadolu Agency. In a phone call, Recep Tayyip Erdogan told his French counterpart ...
G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors attend 3rd FMCBG meeting in finance track
The G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (FMC BG) Meeting has officially begun as a hybrid event in Nusa Dua, Bali. This is the 3rd FMCBG meeting of Indonesia’s G20 Presidency in the Finance Track after previous meetings held in February 2022 (Jakarta) and ...
Record rainfall in Miyagi, northeastern Japan
Atmospheric conditions remain unstable from western to northern Japan as warm and moist air continues to flow into a front stretching across the archipelago, according to NHK World-Japan. The conditions are expected to continue until ...
Barcelona, Bayern Munich agree on Robert Lewandowski transfer fee - sources
Barcelona and Bayern Munich have reached an agreement for the transfer of Robert Lewandowski, sources have confirmed to ESPN. The final agreement for the Poland striker is for a €45 million fee, with €5m in potential add-ons. Lewandowski will be announced as a new Barca player over the weekend, according to sources ...
Biden arrives in Saudi Arabia for 1st visit to kingdom
US President Joe Biden arrived in Saudi Arabia on Friday from Israel, for his first visit to the kingdom since taking office last year, according to Anadolu Agency. Biden was welcomed at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah by Emir of Mecca region, Khalid Al-Faisal ...
ICESCO stresses necessity of investing in new generations to build prosperous future on World Youth Skills Day
The world celebrates 15th July every year as World Youth Skills Day, and the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) seizes this occasion to celebrate the importance of youth capacity-building and the necessary skills they need to ...
US' Biden offers additional $100M to East Jerusalem hospitals
US President Joe Biden on Friday announced an additional $100 million in support for East Jerusalem hospitals during his visit to Augusta Victoria Hospital in occupied East Jerusalem, according to Anadolu Agency. "Today, I am pleased to announce the United States is committing an additional ...
'2016 defeated coup showed a landmark resistance in Turkish history'
The defeated July 15, 2016 coup attempt marked an unprecedented resistance in Turkish history, said the country's president on Friday, marking the sixth anniversary of the defeated putsch, according to Anadfolu Agency. Saying that in the years since Türkiye took necessary measures to ward off similar threats ...
Canada imposes new sanctions on Russia’s oil and gas sector, chemical industry
The government of Canada imposed another round of sanctions against Russia’s oil and gas sector and chemical industry, according to the Canadian foreign ministry’s website, TASS reports."On July 14, 2022, Canada further amended the Special Economic Measures (Russia) Regulations ...
China's proposed Venus mission would investigate the planet's atmosphere and geology
More details are emerging about China's potential mission to Venus as part of the country's expanding space exploration program, according to Space.com. The proposed mission, called the Venus Volcano Imaging and Climate Explorer (VOICE), would launch in 2026 and arrive in orbit around the hottest and ...
Saudi Arabia reports first case of Monkeypox
The Saudi Ministry of Health announced Thursday the detection of a case of monkeypox for a person returning from outside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, specifically in the city of Riyadh, according to WAM News Agency ...
David Beckham’s Netflix documentary series is coming soon
David Beckham's life will be featured in the television screens around the world thanks to Netflix, according to Marca. The streaming platform confirmed that the English footballer is their newest addition and have a great team in line to produce and direct the series ...
G20 finance leaders to discuss accelerating inflation
Finance chiefs and central bank governors from the Group of 20 economies will open their two-day meeting on the Indonesian island of Bali on Friday, according to NHK World-Japan. The meeting's agenda will include inflation, which Western nations say has been accelerating recently worldwide ...
Italy's president rejects premier Draghi's resignation
Italy's president on Thursday rejected the resignation of Prime Minister Mario Draghi, asking him to address parliament next week after a party in the ruling coalition withdrew its support for his government, according to Anadolu Agency. In a meeting with Draghi following a Senate walkout by lawmakers ...
Kishida announces Japan will hold state funeral for Abe in the fall
The Japanese government will hold a state funeral for country’s former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe this fall, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said Thursday, noting Abe's "great achievements" in various fields as the nation's longest-serving leader, according to the Japan Times ...
Ancient hoard of gold Roman coins discovered in plowed UK field
A cache of gold coins found buried on farmland in the United Kingdom has caught the attention of coin experts, who have linked the treasure trove to the Roman Empire, according to Live Science. So far, metal detectorists have discovered ...
Estonian PM resigns to form new government
Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas resigned on Thursday in order to form a new government coalition in the Baltic country, according to Euronews. She will convene an extraordinary sitting of the parliament tomorrow to ask for a "mandate ...
Japan, U.S. conduct joint drills involving 52 aircraft
Japan conducted large-scale joint exercises with the United States over nearby waters earlier this month involving a total of 52 aircraft, the Air Self-Defense Force said Thursday, amid intensifying maritime activities by China and Russia in the region, according ...