Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that he pulled a key provision from his controversial judicial overhaul plan—and said he would not insist on a clause that would give the Knesset the ability to override the country’s supreme court.
Category: 5 July 2023
The U.S. State Department released its review of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2021 that has been panned by observers as an unmitigated failure that Afghans are paying for to this day.
The Ukrainian government continues to buy time for the long-anticipated counteroffensive to take hold and is insisting that the sporadic reports of small gains is just a “preview” of what’s to come on the battlefield.
Despite Russia posing no threat to Australia, Canberra announced last week that it will provide Ukraine with another $110 million in aid.
Neutral means isolation these days in Europe.
Switzerland decided last week that it will not provide Ukraine with...
A German economic research center released a recent study that tried to put a number on how much total aid Ukraine has pulled in since the start of the war and identified $170 billion in humanitarian, financial, and military aid.
Viktor Orban, the Hungarian prime minister, bristled at the idea of the European Commission preparing another round of financial aid for Ukraine until there is some clarity on how the previous €70 billion was spent.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is a dictator.
As the U.S. money flow to keep bloodying the Ukraine killing fields continues, the Russian embassy in Washington criticized Washington’s latest injection of $500 million in weapons for Ukraine, and said the move shows just how committed the Biden administration is to the strategic defeat of Russia.
Using only a patient’s medical records, artificial intelligence predicted a person’s likelihood of developing pancreatic cancer at least as well as doctors using family histories and genetic screenings, according to a study by Harvard University, Boston-area hospitals, and the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.