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UK Government Investigates BoJo-Dyson Text Messages Leak

The UK parliament’s Liaisons Committee has been asked by Labour to grill PM Johnson on the use of his personal phone.

NATO on End of Military Drills in Southern Russia: Steps Towards De-Escalation Important

BRUSSELS (Sputnik) - NATO believes that "any steps" towards de-escalation are important, a NATO official said on Thursday, when commenting on the Russian Defence Ministry’s announcement on the conclusion of military drills in the country’s south.

Daunte Wright Funeral and Memorial Service

The 20-year-old Black man was fatally shot on 11 April in Brooklyn Centre, Minnesota. The police later confirmed it was an accident as the officer had intended to use a taser.

Hi, Let's Be Friends: Little Hippos Enjoy Swimming in a Pool

The hippopotamus, also called the hippo, is a large semiaquatic mammal native to sub-Saharan Africa. Hippos are considered one of the most dangerous animals on the planet.

NASA's Perseverance Rover Performs First Oxygen Extraction From Martian Atmosphere in History

The new technology may eventually help not only produce breathable air for a manned mission to Mars, but also help make rocket fuel on site for a return trip to Earth.

US House Passes Measure to Grant Statehood to Washington, DC, Sends Bill to Senate

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US House of Representatives on Thursday adopted legislation that would grant statehood to the capital of the United States - Washington, DC.

IDF Investigating Why Its Cutting Edge Air Defences Failed to Shoot Down Rogue Syrian Missile

Israel’s Defence Forces announced on Thursday that they had attacked missile batteries in Syria in response to the launch of a Syrian surface-to-air missile that landed near the Shimon Peres Negev Nuclear Research Centre – suspected birthplace of Israel’s first nuclear bomb. The launch took place right after a separate Israeli attack on Syria.

Major Car Manufacturers Scaling Back Production Due to Global Chip Shortage

Unstable supply of silicon chips has hit most major car makers, which are heavily-dependent on electronic components.

Excessive Force: Chauvin Found Guilty But Cop Who Killed Ashli Babbitt Cleared of Wrongdoing

While some heaved a sigh of relief when Derek Chauvin was found guilty, legal observers are expressing concerns over the conduct of the US judicial branch in two cases related to the excessive use of force by the US police: the George Floyd case and that of Ashli Babbitt.

Jeffrey Epstein's Palm Beach Estate 'Finally' Meets Wrecking Ball

The Florida-based home of the late financier Jeffrey Epstein has been sold to local developer Todd Michael Glaser, who promised to raze to the ground the notorious estate where dozens of underage victims are believed to have been abused during the millionaire’s life time.

WHO Says Plans Agreed for Joint Manufacturing Inspection of Sputnik V Facilities in May

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The World Health Organisation (WHO) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) will be visiting together the laboratories where Russia's Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine is made between 10 May and some time in June, a WHO representative told Sputnik on Thursday.

Slovakia Expels Three Employees of Russian Embassy in Solidarity With Czech Republic

PRAGUE (Sputnik) - Three employees of the Russian embassy in Bratislava need to leave Slovakia within one week in light of the situation in the Czech Republic, Slovak Prime Minister Eduard Heger said on Thursday.

Turkey to Start Using Russian Vaccine Sputnik V Soon, Health Minister Says

ANKARA (Sputnik) - Turkey will soon start using the Russian coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V, the country's health minister, Fahrettin Koca, said on Thursday.

Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Reveals Only Factor Deterring Western Politicians

In a speech to lawmakers on Wednesday, President Putin compared those who seek to bully or intimidate Russia to the tiger Shere Khan and the jackal Tabaqui from Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, and warned nations not to cross Moscow’s “red lines.” On Thursday, the Kremlin specified that these “red lines” are tied to Russia’s national interests.

'Viral Porn' Video's Origins Traced to Sacred Mountain in Bali, Media Says

The culprits may potentially face up to two years and eight months in Indonesian prison on charges of public indecency.
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