Germany’s new LNG terminals to start operating at turn of the year

Germany’s new LNG terminals to start operating at turn of the year

Germany’s first two temporary liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, being prepared as part of a shift away from Russian energy, will go into operation at the end of this year or the start of 2023, said German Economy Minister Robert...

At least 18 reported dead in missile attack on Ukraine’s Odessa

At least 18 reported dead in missile attack on Ukraine’s Odessa

At least 18 people in an apartment building were killed in a Russian missile attack in the Odessa region, according to local Ukrainian officials.

Amnesty: Russian airstrike on Mariupol theatre constituted war crime

Amnesty: Russian airstrike on Mariupol theatre constituted war crime

Amnesty International has concluded that the Russian airstrike on a theatre in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol in March constituted a war crime.

NATO to agree biggest defence policy changes since end of Cold War

NATO to agree biggest defence policy changes since end of Cold War

NATO leaders are expected to sign off on a major reinforcement of the alliance’s Eastern European members on Wednesday when they meet in Madrid to project a united stance amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Financial pledge to combat food crisis expected at end of G7 summit

Financial pledge to combat food crisis expected at end of G7 summit

The G7 group of wealthy nations is expected to conclude its three-day summit in the Bavarian Alps on Tuesday with a major financial pledge towards efforts to ward off a looming hunger crisis triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

G7 and partners vow speedy transition from fossil fuels to renewables

G7 and partners vow speedy transition from fossil fuels to renewables

The leaders of the G7 group of wealthy nations and five partner democracies from South America, Asia and Africa attending a summit in southern Germany have pledged to rapidly reduce their dependence of fossil fuels and expand renewable energy sources.

Kiev: People trapped under apartment rubble after missile strike

Kiev: People trapped under apartment rubble after missile strike

A nine-storey apartment building in Kiev was struck in a missile attack early Sunday, injuring several people and leaving others trapped under the rubble, Ukrainian officials said.

Purge-victim law professor drowns trying to save friend at an Ontario lake

Purge-victim law professor drowns trying to save friend at an Ontario lake

Hakan Acar, a purge-victim lawyer and a law professor from Turkey, died on Saturday after drowning at Lake Simcoe, a lake in southern Ontario, Canada.

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