Police break up pro-Palestine protests at Berlin, Amsterdam campuses | Protests News

[ad_1] Police have broken up a protest by several hundred pro-Palestinian activists who occupied a courtyard at Berlin’s Free University, the latest such action by authorities as protests that have roiled campuses in the United States spread across Europe. The move on Tuesday came after activists had put up about 20 tents and formed a … Read more

Germany recalls ambassador to Russia citing cyberattacks | Cybersecurity News

[ad_1] Berlin’s recall of envoy extends diplomatic tension on eve of Putin’s inauguration. Germany has recalled its ambassador to Russia in protest against a series of cyberattacks. Berlin recalled Alexander Graf Lambsdorff on Monday, three days after accusing Moscow of cyberattacks on the governing Social Democratic Party (SDP) and the country’s defence, aerospace, and IT … Read more

Who is left behind from Vietnamese migration to the UK? | Migration

[ad_1] Over the past 10 years, a growing number of Vietnamese people have been migrating to Europe with hopes of a better life. This has taken place largely under the radar, but in 2019 the horrific Essex 39 tragedy in the United Kingdom, where 39 Vietnamese bodies were found in the back of a lorry, … Read more

Ukraine marks its third Easter at war | Religion News

[ad_1] Ukraine has been hit by yet another barrage as it marked its third Easter at war with Russia’s invading forces. As Ukraine celebrated Orthodox Easter on Sunday, Russia launched a barrage of drones concentrated on the east. The attack wounded more than a dozen people, while Moscow claimed its troops took control of a … Read more

Russia announces nuclear weapon drills after ‘provocative’ Western threats | Russia-Ukraine war News

[ad_1] Military exercises involving tactical nuclear weapons to be held after top European leaders indicated deepening backing for Ukraine. Russia has said it will hold drills that will include practice for the use of tactical nuclear weapons, days after top European leaders voiced stronger military support for Ukraine. The Kremlin said on Monday the military … Read more

‘Don’t want to fight’: Ukrainians abroad slam plan to deny embassy services | Russia-Ukraine war News

[ad_1] Names marked with an asterisk have been changed to protect identities. Warsaw, Poland – When Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine began in February 2022, Kyrylo, an IT specialist in Poland, rushed to evacuate his parents from Kyiv. Since then, he has been the family’s main breadwinner. To support Ukraine from across the border, he makes … Read more

A Eurovision like no other: Israel’s war on Gaza takes centre stage | Israel War on Gaza News

[ad_1] Stockholm, Sweden – Malmo is rarely the centre of attention, but this week, the spotlight is on as the Eurovision Song Contest dominates Sweden’s third-largest city. More than 150 million people tune into the annual competition that organisers say is apolitical. This year’s event is likely to be far from it, however. Israel is … Read more

Xi Jinping begins first European tour in five years in France | Politics News

[ad_1] Chinese President Xi Jinping is on his first trip to Europe in five years, which is likely to be dominated by Russia’s war in Ukraine as well as economic strains between Beijing and Brussels. The first stop will be France, with Xi due to hold talks in Paris on May 6 with French President … Read more

Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 802 | Russia-Ukraine war News

[ad_1] As the war enters its 802nd day, these are the main developments. Here is the situation on Monday, May 6, 2024. Fighting At least one person was killed and 24 injured in Russian drone and bomb attacks on Ukraine’s northeastern city of Kharkiv and the surrounding region. Power cuts were also reported. Ukraine’s Air … Read more