UN chartered ship in Ukraine ready for trip to Africa

YUZHNE, Ukraine, Aug. 14 (Reuters) – The United Nations-chartered ship Brave Commander will depart from Ukraine for Africa in the coming days after it finishes loading more than 23,000 tons of wheat at the Ukrainian port of Pivdennyi, said a UN official. The ship, which has arrived in port near Odessa, will sail to Ethiopia … Read more

Scottish police investigate threat to JK Rowling after Rushdie tweet

Rugby Union – Six Nations Championship – Scotland vs England – BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, UK – February 24, 2018 Author JK Rowling in the stands before the match REUTERS/Russell Cheyne Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON, Aug. 14 (Reuters) – Scottish police said Sunday they were investigating a report of … Read more

Armenian capital Yerevan hit by deadly explosion | News

DEVELOPING STORYDEVELOPING STORY, The mayor’s office says an unknown number of people were trapped under the rubble after an explosion at the market in Yerevan. At least one person has been killed, officials say and an unknown number are feared trapped in the rubble after a strong explosion ripped through a retail market in the … Read more

New Zealand tourist gets $200,000 hospital bill for life-saving treatment while on vacation in the US

A New Zealand tourist who had to fight for her life while on holiday in the United States has been dealt another bitter blow when she returned to her home in Auckland. Amanda Sesio, who was in Los Angeles on behalf of her family for a cousin’s wedding, was rushed to the emergency department on … Read more

Ukraine targets Russian soldiers threatening Europe’s largest nuclear power plant

Russians Threatening Zaporizhzhya Are “Special Targets” G7 countries call on Moscow to withdraw troops from factory Fear of Nuclear Disasters Unless the Fighting Stops Russia warns it could sever bilateral ties with the United States More grain ships depart from Ukraine KYIV, Aug. 14 (Reuters) – Ukraine targets Russian soldiers shooting at Europe’s largest nuclear … Read more

The Queen: Summer Balmoral trip aborted, new frost health concerns arise

Somewhere in Aberdeenshire is a sad Shetland pony. Called Lance Corporal Cruachan IV, the little horse is usually in the spotlight once a year, an all-too-short chance to bask in the glow of global media attention, occasionally trying to smother the Queen. or eat her bouquet. As the mascot of the Royal Regiment of Scotland, … Read more

David Popovici breaks 100m freestyle world record, age, who is he, European Championships, latest updates

As David Popovici has raced past his older rivals in the pool this summer, it seemed inevitable that the skinny 17-year-old would threaten world records. The only surprise when he broke the 100m freestyle in Rome on Saturday was that he was so fast so fast. On Friday, the Romanian was only the fourth man … Read more

Gary Neville clashes with Jamie Redknapp, full transcript, Manchester United, result, latest, updates

Manchester United legend Gary Neville was involved in a heated and impassioned exchange with Jamie Redknapp in the wake of the Red Devils’ humiliating 4-0 defeat to Brentford. Erik ten Hag’s side delivered four goals in the first half to take United to the bottom of the Premier League, an embarrassing new low for the … Read more

Toddler kills snake with teeth after biting her in family’s backyard in Turkey

A toddler unleashed a deadly hissing attack on a snake by killing it with her teeth in revenge for biting her. The two-year-old was playing in the backyard of her childhood home in Bingol, eastern Turkey, when she screamed loudly as the slippery beast sank its teeth into her, The sun reports. Neighbors rushed to … Read more

WHO renames monkey pox to avoid discrimination and stigma

The World Health Organization says it is holding an open forum to rename Monkeypox after some critics expressed concerns that the name could be seen as discriminatory and stigmatizing. The WHO said the decision was made after a meeting with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), which is helping to identify … Read more