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Midterms 2022: Wagner Group boss brags to Russian media about ‘interference’ in US elections

Vladimir Putin’s ally Yevgeny Prigozhin has claimed ongoing interference in US politics in a 'surgical attempt… to remove both kidneys and liver at once' → Read More

Crimea Kerch Bridge attack: Criticism of Putin erupts over Russia military ‘incompetence’ in Ukraine war

The attack on the Kerch Bridge has triggered a flood of criticism of the Russian leader on social media and prompted a shake-up of leadership in the armed forces → Read More

Ordinary people hailed as heroes in Lebanon after robbing banks to claim their own cash

Banks in Lebanon have imposed informal capital controls since an economic downward spiral in 2019, allowing withdrawals of only limited amounts of US dollars or Lebanese pounds → Read More

Russia’s elite units staffed with untrained recruits in sign of Putin’s desperation, experts say

Russia's defence ministry has confirmed new recruits will defend 'liberated territories in Ukraine', but experts say deploying untrained citizens is a sign of desperation → Read More

Putin’s chef’ oligarch admits founding role in secretive Wagner military group

In this photo taken on September 20, 2010, Yevgeny Prigozhin shows Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin his school lunch factory outside Saint Petersburg (Photo: Alexey Druzhinin/Sputnik/AFP) → Read More

Joe Biden and his wife Jill visit the Queen’s coffin lying in state ahead of funeral

US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden view the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II, lying in state on the catafalque in Westminster Hall, at the Palace of Westminster (PHOTO: Jacob King/PA Wire) → Read More

Prince Harry and Meghan’s ‘seismic moment’ with Prince William and Kate at Windsor Castle hailed by US media

Prince Harry and Meghan's appearance alongside Prince William and Kate has made waves around the world, fuelling hopes of a reconciliation between the brothers → Read More

Russia says it’s ‘hard to imagine anything worse’ than Liz Truss in charge of UK as she’s confirmed as new PM

Liz Truss has been ridiculed by Russia for her geography and political style, now the Kremlin said relations with the UK could sink further in what she might take as a compliment → Read More

FILE PHOTO: The last president of the now former Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev gestures during a news conference in Athens

Mikhail Gorbachev's commitment to openness revealed the failings of the state to the people. It was the beginning of the end, the former Soviet leader believed → Read More

How Boris Johnson's Covid scare led to one of the weirdest weeks in Australian politics

The British PM suffering Covid inspired a move in Australia that has left politicians and the public wondering what on earth their former leader was thinking → Read More

Salman Rushdie: How Iran’s media and people have reacted to the New York attack on Satanic Verses author

Iranian newspapers react to the news of the attack, with Vatan-e Emrooz reporting "Knife in the neck of Salman Rushdie" (Photo: Atta Kenare/AFP via Getty) → Read More

What is the 5th amendment? Meaning of the right explained and what Donald Trump has said about it before

Mr Trump once declared only the 'mob' pleads the Fifth Amendment, but this week he did just that. Here's what it means → Read More

White House and Kremlin forced to clarify leaders' health following Biden ‘cancer’ gaffe and Putin coughing

Officials scramble to dismiss rumours as America's leader mis-speaks and Russian President splutters through meeting → Read More

Joe Biden tests positive for Covid, displaying 'very mild symptoms'

The US president is displaying 'mild symptoms' and is taking a course of Paxlovid. → Read More

China’s residents seek heatwave shelter underground as hot weather scorches parts of Europe, US and Asia

Wifi-equipped air raid shelters have been opened in China for those seeking shade, as much of Europe, the US and China swelter under a heatwave → Read More

Texas shooting: Police admit it was the wrong decision for officers not to enter the school earlier

Steven McCraw, director of the Texas Department of Public Safety said before the gunman was killed, 19 officers waited in a hallway for an hour → Read More

US gun laws explained: Who can buy a gun in Texas and how many US mass shootings in 2022

Anyone over 21 can carry a handgun in Texas, provided they don't have prior convictions after a recent loosening of gun laws → Read More

Russian soldier given life sentence for killing civilian in Ukraine's first war crimes trial since invasion

Vadim Shishimarin, a 21-year-old tank commander, had pleaded guilty to killing the 62-year-old man by shooting him from a car → Read More

Russian ship ‘limping’ to port on fire and military convoy damaged after stealth attacks, Ukraine says

Satellite images appear to show a missile strike near critical Snake Island, as Russia’s army is forced to raid household appliances for parts → Read More

Controversial 'Kill the Boer' song causes hate speech row in South Africa

A song linked to the apartheid-era in South Africa has become the central issue in a court battle → Read More