China support for Russia crucial to course of Ukraine war, Says NATO
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Stoltenberg mentioned a sharp increase in sales of various kinds of components, such as machine parts and microelectronics, to Moscow. These technologies are applied by Russia to produce military equipment, like missiles, tanks, and aircraft, which are used in the war against Ukraine.
Pakistan: Muslim mob sets Christian man's house on fire over alleged blasphemy
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Local reports described how violence escalated when an infuriated mob barged into Mujahid Colony, a settlement inhabited mostly by Christian families. The mob assaulted a Christian family, ransacked his house, and set his belongings on fire, including a shoe factory running in the house.
Zelensky Urges Biden and Xi to Join Peace Summit in Switzerland
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Zelensky appealed in English to Biden and Xi in a video posted on the social media platform Telegram, saying that global unity was needed to ensure commitments were honored. "The efforts of the global majority are the best guarantee that all commitments will be fulfilled. Please, support the peace summit with your personal leadership and participation," he added.
Deadly Tornado Outbreak Claims 11 Lives Across Three US States
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The hardest-hit areas were Cooke County and Denton County in the state of Texas, where seven lives were lost. Cooke County Sheriff Ray Sappington warned that the number of dead could rise even higher, as the authorities were still surveying the damage. Rescue and search operations were still underway, though, in hopes of finding survivors in the rubble.
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev Issues Warning to Poland: Nuclear Retaliation Looms
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According to Sikorski, "The Americans have told the Russians that if you explode a nuke, even if it doesn't kill anybody, we will hit all your targets (positions) in Ukraine with conventional weapons, we'll destroy all of them."
Beloved Dog Kabosu, Icon of Dogecoin and Shiba Inu, dies
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According to reports, Kabosu had been fighting leukemia and liver problems.
Ready to continue talks with Ukraine, but on previous agreements: Russian President Vladimir Putin
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In a press conference after talks with Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko in Minsk, Putin said “Well, let them (negotiations) return, but not from what one side wants, but based on those agreements reached during negotiations in Belarus and Turkey and based on the current situation on the ground."
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