Turkish Erdogan renews threat to block Swedish and Finnish NATO offers

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned on Saturday that Turkey will not ratify Sweden and Finland’s NATO membership offers until the two Nordic countries “keep” their promises in Ankara. “As long as the promises made to our country are not kept, we will keep our principled position,” Erdogan said in a speech to parliament in Ankara. … Read more

Bolsonaro and Lula hold the last demonstrations before the Brazilian vote

Far-right incumbent Jair Bolsonaro and left-wing leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva held their latest electoral demonstrations on Saturday, gathering their supporters a few miles away as tension cracked on the eve of Brazil’s polarizing presidential election. . Bolsonaro, the 67-year-old president known for his glove-free style, rode one of his signature motorcycle rallies from … Read more

‘Say what now?’: Kamala Harris’ gaffe made Monica Crowley ask if it was a ‘deep fake’

Sky News host Rita Panahi says US Vice President Kamala Harris’ recent gaffe was “so profound” that “former Treasury Department official Monica Crowley wondered if it was a profound fake.” Ms. Panahi referred to Ms. Harris’ speech in which she detailed “the important relationship” between the United States and North Korea. ‚ÄúTell me what now … Read more

Russia is accused of arresting the head of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant

Russian forces blindfolded and arrested the head of Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, Ihor Murashov, according to Ukraine’s nuclear power supplier, reigniting long-simmering fears about the plant’s safety. The alleged kidnapping would have occurred shortly after Russian President Vladimir Putin escalated his war in Ukraine and pushed it into a dangerous new phase by annexing … Read more

Here are the main cases before the Supreme Court this case

WASHINGTON – Let’s take a look at some of the main cases that will be heard by the Supreme Court starting October 10. 3. Admissions to competitions and colleges Are Harvard and the University of North Carolina violating the Constitution and federal civil rights law by giving qualified Black and Latino candidates an advantage and … Read more

Cuba seeks US help after Hurricane Ian cut the electricity, the Wall Street Journal reports

The Cuban government filed a rare request for emergency assistance to the administration of US President Joe Biden after Hurricane Ian knocked out electricity to the entire island of 11 million people, the Wall reported Friday. Street Journal. CUBA AFFECTED BY HURRICANE IAN, LEAVES 1 MILLION RESIDENTS WITHOUT ENERGY AND THE STREETS FLOODED Hurricane Ian … Read more