Russia-Ukraine war at a glance: what we know on day 278 of the invasion | Ukraine

Russia-Ukraine war at a glance: what we know on day 278 of the invasion |  Ukraine

There are signs that Russian forces might be preparing to leave the occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, the head of Ukraine’s state-run nuclear energy firm has said. “In recent weeks we are effectively receiving information that signs have appeared that they are possibly preparing to leave the (plant),” Petro Kotin, head of Energoatom, said on … Read more

Protests against Covid controls erupt across China

Protests against Covid controls erupt across China

Demonstrators against Covid restrictions hold blank sheets of paper during a protest in Beijing in the early hours of Monday, Nov. 28. Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images BEIJING — Rare protests broke out across China over the weekend as groups of people vented their frustration over the zero-Covid policy. The unrest came as infections … Read more

Cuba wins China debt relief, new funds

Cuba wins China debt relief, new funds

HAVANA, Nov 27 (Reuters) – China has agreed to restructure Cuban debt and provide new trade and investment credits to the beleaguered Caribbean Island nation after a meeting in Peking between the two Communist countries’ leaders. Cuba Economy Minister Alejandro Gil said the latter had also donated $100 million to help the country cope with … Read more

BBC says Chinese police assaulted and detained its reporter at Shanghai protest | China

BBC says Chinese police assaulted and detained its reporter at Shanghai protest |  China

Chinese police assaulted and detained a BBC journalist covering a protest in Shanghai on Sunday, releasing him after several hours, the broadcaster has said. “The BBC is extremely concerned about the treatment of our journalist Ed Lawrence, who was arrested and handcuffed while covering the protests in Shanghai,” a spokesperson for the British public service … Read more

BBC says Chinese police assaulted one of its journalists at Shanghai protest

BBC says Chinese police assaulted one of its journalists at Shanghai protest

LONDON, Nov 27 (Reuters) – The BBC said on Sunday that Chinese police assaulted and detained one of its journalists covering a protest in Shanghai, before later releasing him after several hours. “The BBC is extremely concerned about the treatment of our journalist Ed Lawrence, who was arrested and handcuffed while covering the protests in … Read more

Biden’s Dirty Oil Deal With Venezuela – WSJ – The Wall Street Journal

Biden’s Dirty Oil Deal With Venezuela – WSJ – The Wall Street Journal

Biden’s Dirty Oil Deal With Venezuela – WSJThe Wall Street Journal US grants Chevron license to pump oil in VenezuelaThe Washington Post Biden eases Venezuela sanctions to aid talks between Maduro, oppositionCAT US gives Chevron go ahead to pump oil in Venezuela againAxios Biden allowing Chevron to drill in Venezuela ‘makes absolutely no sense’: Stephen … Read more

White House’s former ‘disinformation czar’ Nina Jankowicz registers as a foreign agent

The White House’s former “disinformation czar” has recently registered as a foreign agent for a non-profit that is based in the United Kingdom. Registration documents viewed by Fox News Digital show that Nina Jankowicz is now working for “Centre for Information Resilience.” According to its website, CIR is an “independent, non-profit social enterprise dedicated to … Read more

Teodoro Obiang wins sixth term in Equatorial Guinea, becomes world’s longest-serving ruler

Issued on: 27/11/2022 – 12:14 Confirmed for a sixth term as president, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has ruled oil-rich Equatorial Guinea since August 1979, overseeing a regime notorious for crushing dissent and fearing coups. The 80-year-old’s 43 years in power are the longest of any leader alive in the world today, with the exception of … Read more