A North Korean missile barrage fires in waters near the border, Seoul says

The South Korean military said that North Korean artillery fired missile fire on Monday in the maritime “buffer zone” near the border with South Korea. • Also read: Moscow and…

More than 500 cities are still without electricity in Ukraine

More than 500 Ukrainian cities remained without power on Sunday after Russian strikes in recent weeks, which severely damaged the national power grid, an Interior Ministry official said. • Also…

Iran: disbanding the morality police is a gesture towards the demonstrators

Iran has announced the abolition of the morality police responsible for the arrest of the young woman, Mohseh Amini, whose death in custody sparked a wave of protest in Iran…

An Israeli plane hits Gaza after a missile attack

(Gaza) Israeli warplanes bombed several military sites in the Gaza Strip at dawn on Sunday, hours after Palestinian militants fired a missile at southern Israel amid escalating tensions in the…

A war against gangs in El Salvador | Nearly 10,000 soldiers and policemen surrounded the city

(San Salvador) Nearly 10,000 soldiers and police deployed at dawn on Saturday around Soyapango, on the outskirts of San Salvador, as part of the war against guerrillas waged by Salvadoran…

Iran | The judiciary considers it obligatory to wear the hijab

(Tehran) The Public Prosecutor announced that the Iranian parliament and the judiciary are working on the issue of forcing women to wear the hijab, promising quick results, without specifying in…

Sentenced to 24 years in prison thanks to ‘true crime’ podcast

A former Australian professor, who was convicted of killing his wife after a successful audiotape revealed new evidence, was sentenced to 24 years in prison on Friday. • Also read:…

Ukraine: The Kremlin rejects Biden’s conditions for talks with Putin

The Kremlin on Friday rejected the terms mentioned the day before by US President Joe Biden, who said he was ready to discuss with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin if…

Documents confiscated from Trump: The appeals court inflicts a setback on him

A US appeals court inflicted yet another defeat on Donald Trump on Thursday by overturning a previous court ruling that appointed an independent expert to review documents seized by the…

He loses over $28,000 in the street and they give it back to him

For this silent old man, the story is like a Swiss Christmas miracle. Two Good Samaritans returned him 20,000 francs in cash (more than $28,600) that he had lost in…