Russian missiles hit Ukraine as troops withdraw from key eastern city of Sievierodonetsk

Ukrainian troops have “almost abandoned” Sievierodonetsk after weeks of heavy fighting against Russian forces, the eastern city’s mayor said on Saturday, marking the biggest setback for Ukraine since losing the port of Mariupol in May. The withdrawal from Sievierodonetsk, if confirmed, would bring Moscow closer to full control of Lugansk, with Ukrainian troops in the […]

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Horror on Oslo Pride day when gunman goes on deadly rampage at gay bar

Gunman kills two, wounds 21 Revelers hid in the basement of an Oslo bar Official Pride parade canceled after tragedy Terrorist Threat Assessment Raised to Highest Level Rainbow pride ‘in black’, says government minister OSLO, June 25 (Reuters) – Terrified revelers at a gay bar in Oslo hid in a basement and desperately called for […]

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Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk now ‘completely under Russian occupation’ after months of fighting

“The [Russians] named commander. But the city is so destroyed that it will be difficult for people to cope with this situation,” said the head of the military administration, Oleksandr Striuk. Regional military officials said on Friday that the last troops in Severodonetsk had been ordered to withdraw as it was impossible to continue defending […]

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The Stewart Museum closes its doors for good

Open for more than 65 years, the Stewart Museum, located in the heart of Île Sainte-Hélène in Montreal, is permanently closing its doors due to financial difficulties linked to the COVID-19 pandemic. The last year proved to be particularly difficult for the museum, founded in 1955. Forced to close for several months, it recorded a […]

UK wants free movement of artists deal

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson – Amer Ghazzal/Cover Images To allow British artists to move without visas in the European Union, due to Brexit, the government of Boris Johnson wants to find agreements with each of the 27 EU member states separately. Following a transitional period of leaving the European Union on December 31, 2020, […]

Ottawa’s new gun control measures are not unanimous

A non-compulsory assault gun buyback program and permission given to cities to ban handguns, while the provinces and not Ottawa can grant such power to municipalities. The most recent federal bill to tighten gun control does not appear to deliver the goods the Liberals promised during the election campaign. Justin trudeau. The federal government does […]

“Go bathe, I’ll wait for you here.” After complaints from women, Vicente Fernández now assures that he also suffered harassment from his employer

PHOTO: Mezcalent. The singer confesses that he suffered harassment when he was just starting his career By refusing, many job offers were closed He confesses how difficult it was for him to deal with what happened “We’re going to have a good time”. Vicente Fernández confesses that he suffered harassment from one of his former […]

NATO looks at Afghanistan

The situation in Afghanistan will be the main subject on NATO’s agenda on Wednesday and Thursday. Alliance Defense Ministers will meet by videoconference to discuss the timetable for peace negotiations with the Taliban. Former US President Donald Trump had set May 1 as a deadline. But the NATO secretary general suggests postponing the complete departure […]