Anthony Albanese visits Ukraine as first Australian Prime Minister to land in war-torn country

Anthony Albanese has become the first Australian Prime Minister to visit Ukraine, witnessing the sites of Russian atrocities in three war-torn cities in the country’s capital. The trip kept under lock and key by the Prime Minister’s office for security reasons was confirmed on Sunday night when international media revealed that Albanese had visited the … Read more

Sloviansk mayor reveals details of Russian attack

Vadim Lyakh, mayor of the eastern Ukrainian city of Slovyansk, said the city was heavily shelled by multiple rocket launchers on Sunday and many people were killed or injured. Liach wrote on the Telegram app, saying: “There were 15 fires. Many people were killed and injured.” He explained that this is the strongest bombardment of … Read more

Eastern China tightens Corona restrictions after detecting new cases

July 3, 2022 3:29 PM Eastern Chinese cities on Sunday tightened restrictions imposed to prevent the spread of COVID-19, with the emergence of new clusters of infections posing a new threat to China’s economic recovery under the government’s strict eradication policy. Wuxi, a manufacturing hub in the Yangtze River Delta on the central coast, suspended … Read more

Australian Prime Minister visits Kyiv

3 July 2022 14:59 Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has visited three war-torn cities in the region, Olsky Kuleba, governor of Ukraine’s Kyiv region, said on Sunday. Kuleba wrote on Telegram that Albanese had visited the cities of Bucha, Irbin and Hostomil, where Ukraine says Russia has committed atrocities against civilians. Russia denies the accusations. … Read more

Ukraine unveils a grand reconstruction plan

July 3, 2022 1:04 PM Ukraine plans to unveil a plan this week to rebuild the country, which may need to save hundreds of billions of euros, even as it faces a Russian attack that has devastated cities, hit the economy and displaced millions. According to Bloomberg News, citing people involved in the matter, the … Read more

20 killed in bus accident in southern Pakistan

July 3, 2022 1:11 PM At least 20 people were killed in southwestern Pakistan on Sunday when a passenger bus fell into a valley, authorities said. The accident occurred in the Sherani district of Baluchistan when the driver of the bus carrying more than 30 passengers lost control of the bus. Local official Mehtab Shah … Read more

Australia: Heavy rains cause severe flooding in Sydney

3 July 2022 08:44 Large areas of the Australian city of Sydney were flooded on Sunday, while heavy rains in Australia’s largest city caused severe flooding in low-lying areas, with flooding reaching a height of 1.5 meters in some suburbs. The NSW Emergency Service issued a recommendation to residents in several areas to evacuate their … Read more

Hamdan bin Zayed: Abu Dhabi University continues to develop its academic strategy

Abu Dhabi (WAM) His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler’s Representative in Al Dhafra Region and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi University Board of Trustees, issued a decision to restructure the University’s Board of Trustees headed by His Highness. Council members include: His Excellency Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance … Read more

Interfaith meeting in London discusses common visions

London (loan) Allama Abdullah bin Bayh, Chairman of the Emirates Council for Sharia Fatwas and Founder and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Peace Forum, met in the British capital, London, with Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, Chief Rabbi of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, in historical conversations. in the House of Lords, which included Islamic-Jewish relations … Read more