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Iran Rapper Sentenced To Death Over Protests
Iran Rapper Sentenced To Death Over Protests
Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Iranian rapper Toomaj Salehi – who was arrested during the “Woman, Life, Freedom” protests that swept Iran in 2022 – was sentenced to death, Salehi’s lawyer, Amir Raesian, said Wednesday.

Europe, US Seek More Sanctions Against Iran But Warn Israel
Europe, US Seek More Sanctions Against Iran But Warn Israel
Wednesday, April 24, 2024

The United States and European allies are imposing new sanctions on Iranian military leaders and weapon makers to punish Iran for its April 14 missile and drone attack on Israel, but they urge the Jewish nation not to retaliate strongly amid fears of a broader war.

UN Nuclear Official Warns: Iran “Weeks, Not Months” Away from Having Sufficient Uranium for a Bomb
UN Nuclear Official Warns: Iran “Weeks, Not Months” Away from Having Sufficient Uranium for a Bomb
Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Rafael Mariano Grossi, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), told Deutsche Welle that Iran is “weeks rather than months” away from having enough enriched uranium to build a nuclear bomb.

UK Pledges $620 Million in Additional Military Support for Ukraine
UK Pledges $620 Million in Additional Military Support for Ukraine
Wednesday, April 24, 2024

On Tuesday, the U.K. Prime Minister announced that the nation will increase its defense spending to 2.5% of GDP by the end of the decade. Additionally, he pledged $620 million in military aid to Ukraine, including long-range missiles and four million rounds of ammunition.

Five Dead As Migrant Tragedy Hits English Channel
Five Dead As Migrant Tragedy Hits English Channel
Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Five people, including one child, have died in an attempt to cross the English Channel from France, just hours after Britain’s Parliament approved a law to deport migrants to Rwanda.

South China Hit With Deadly Floods After Record Rainfall Levels
South China Hit With Deadly Floods After Record Rainfall Levels
Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Massive floods in south China’s Guangdong province have killed at least four people since the region began to be battered by record levels of rainfall last week, ITV News reports.

Rockets Fired Toward US Military Base In Syria
Rockets Fired Toward US Military Base In Syria
Monday, April 22, 2024

Troops at a U.S. military base in northeastern Syria are reeling from missiles fired from Iraq in the first such attack against American forces in months, security officials said Monday.

Finnish Supreme Court Agrees to Hear “Hate Speech” Case Against Christian Lawmaker Despite Her Two Prior Acquittals
Finnish Supreme Court Agrees to Hear “Hate Speech” Case Against Christian Lawmaker Despite Her Two Prior Acquittals
Monday, April 22, 2024

Finland’s Supreme Court has agreed to hear a years-long case brought by the country’s Prosecutor General against Dr. Päivi Räsänen, a Christian member of parliament who was charged – and acquitted – of hate speech after publicly expressing her opposition to homosexuality, CBN News reports. Asserting her protected rights to freedom of speech and religion, Räsänen has indicated she will appeal to the European Court of Human Rights should the Finnish Supreme Court rule against her.

Ukraine Thanks U.S. For Military Aid After Suffering Setbacks
Ukraine Thanks U.S. For Military Aid After Suffering Setbacks
Sunday, April 21, 2024

Ukrainian and Western leaders have welcomed a desperately needed military aid package for Ukraine passed by the U.S. House of Representatives after mounting concerns the country may lose the war against Russia. In addition to the 61 billion dollars worth of military assistance for Ukraine, the House approved part of a broader foreign aid package that included about $34 billion for Israel and other allies, despite Moscow’s warning the aid package would further escalate the armed conflict.

Millions Brace For More Storms Amid Talk Of ‘Weather Wars’
Millions Brace For More Storms Amid Talk Of ‘Weather Wars’
Saturday, April 20, 2024

As millions of Americans braced for a new round of storms across the United States on Saturday, news emerged of potential “weather wars” between countries if cloud seeding gets out of hand.

United Nations Fears Mounting Children’s Death Toll In Ukraine (Worthy News Radio)
United Nations Fears Mounting Children’s Death Toll In Ukraine (Worthy News Radio)
Saturday, April 20, 2024

The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has expressed concern about the mounting death toll among children in Ukraine after the war against Russia entered its third year. UNICEF announced at least eight people, including children, were killed in the eastern Ukrainian city of Dnipro by a suspected Russian air strike.

At Least 19 Dead As Record Flooding Hits UAE
At Least 19 Dead As Record Flooding Hits UAE
Thursday, April 18, 2024

Dubai was among areas wrestling with the aftermath of deadly torrential rains Thursday that flooded the desert city, with people recalling spending the night in their cars and air passengers enduring chaotic scenes at airports.

Nearly 140 Die In Heavy Rains Hitting Pakistan, Afghanistan Impacting Children
Nearly 140 Die In Heavy Rains Hitting Pakistan, Afghanistan Impacting Children
Thursday, April 18, 2024

The death toll from unseasonable heavy rains in Pakistan and Afghanistan was approaching 140 across both countries amid concerns about many children without adequate shelter in the region.

IMF: China and US Levels of Borrowing May Have “Profound” Effect on Global Economy
IMF: China and US Levels of Borrowing May Have “Profound” Effect on Global Economy
Thursday, April 18, 2024

The International Monetary Fund has warned that the US and China should each ensure they start borrowing less as their respective debt levels may have a “profound” effect on interest rates paid by other countries and on the economy worldwide, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Hungary’s Orbán Accuses Brussels Of Blackmail At Turbulent Gathering
Hungary’s Orbán Accuses Brussels Of Blackmail At Turbulent Gathering
Thursday, April 18, 2024

Hungary’s pro-Russia prime minister says Ukraine has become “a protectorate of the West,” which would not exist without the West’s supply of weapons and financial support.

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